"Saturday Night Live" took aim at a series of headlines from last week during its opening sketch, including unfounded claims from some Republicans that voter fraud aided Democrats in this year's midterm elections.

The show opened with Kate McKinnon playing Fox News host Laura Ingraham on the "Ingraham Angle," and telling viewers that she wanted to discuss how voter fraud "allowed Democrats to steal the election."

"Some have claimed that suburban women revolted against the Republican Party. But doesn’t it feel more true that all Hispanics voted twice?" McKinnon’s Ingraham asked. "You can’t dismiss that idea simply because it isn’t true and sounds insane."


She added the claim to her list of "feel facts," which the faux host said "aren't technically facts, but they just feel true." Others on the faux list included "Santa is Jesus's dad" and "If the Earth is so warm, then why are my feet cold."

SNL's Cecily Strong also appeared as Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, claiming that voter fraud took place when children stacked onto each other's shoulders under a trench coat to be able to vote.

The sketch comedy show's "Ingraham Angle" also mocked Facebook CEO Mark ZuckerbergMark Elliot ZuckerbergFacebook says it may have 'unintentionally uploaded' up to 1.5M users' email contacts Tech companies must act to stop horrific exploitation of their platforms The Hill's Morning Report — Combative Trump aims at Pelosi before Russia report MORE over a bombshell New York Times report that said the social media giant was slow to react to Russian influence campaigns.

Cast member Leslie Jones later appeared as Rep. Marcia FudgeMarcia Louise FudgeDems rally behind Omar as Trump escalates attacks Congressional Black Caucus faces tough decision on Harris, Booker Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee to step down as CBC Foundation chair amid lawsuit MORE (D-Ohio) when the opening sketch spoofed the battle for Speaker.

You can watch the sketch in the video player above.