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SNL's 'Leslie Dracarys Jones' Tears Into Alabama Republicans For Their Latest Draconian Abortion Law

SNL's Leslie Jones didn't hold back when it comes to how she feels about these Alabama Republicans who want to control what women do with their bodies.
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SNL's Leslie Jones gave Alabama Republicans and the other states following their lead a piece of her mind during their Weekend Update segment last night:

Appearing alongside co-host Colin Jost, Jones was wearing a The Handmaid’s Tale.-style outfit which has become a symbol of women’s resistance against the slew of state abortion bans.

Asked by Jost about her Handmaid’s Tale clothes, Jones said, “We are all handmaids. My name actually is OfJost,”

Jones proceeded to remove the red robe to reveal a black shirt that said “Mine”, with an arrow pointing south. She made a passionate speech in defense of women’s right to choose.

“The next thing you know, I’m at Starbucks and they won’t take my credit card because I’m a woman instead of the regular reason, which is I don’t have no money on me.”

Jones showed photos of the 25 white Alabama State Senators who had voted for the abortion ban.

“This looks like the cast of Lipitor commercial,” Jones said. “These look like mugshots of everyone arrested at a massage parlor.”

She then continued. “You can’t control women because, I don’t know if y’all heard, but women are the same as humans. And I’m Leslie Dracarys Jones. “Why do all of these weird ass men care what women choose to do with their bodies? I don’t care what you do with your 65-year-old droopy ass balls.”

“When women have a choice, women have freedom,” Jones exclaimed to huge applause.

“The fact that nine states are doing this means this really is a war on women,” Jones said in conclusion. “You can’t tell me what to do with my body.”


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