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Keenan Thompson spoke to a room full of Virginia government officials, who all unanimously agreed that Virginia Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax should resign due to multiple accusations of sexual assault raised against him. But when it came to blackface, the authorities were a little (read a lot) confused about when it was OK to do so.
Spoiler alert: It's never OK
Following Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark Herring's blackface scandal, Thompson wanted to make sure no other state officials had done the same in the past. They asked the room if anyone ever wore blackface.
One hand that named Glen (Pete Davidson) sheepishly went up at first. He admitted to dressing up as Mr. T.
"Does it count if you did it in the 80s?" asked one attendee.
According to Thompson, and most likely in the world, yes.
"What if you wore the blackface as a tribute? Like an homage?"
"What if the costume won a (blackest face) contest?"
"What if the costume won a (blackest face) contest?" person? "
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