Leave it to MSNBC to ask a Muppet a serious political question.
Miss Piggy, the fictional character made famous in Jim Henson’s “The Muppet Show,” received the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art’s First Award on Wednesday. To mark the monumental occasion, MSNBC, which has become little more than a comedy version of a news organization, got the scoop on the pig.
MSNBC reporter Irin Carmon interviewed Miss Piggy on Friday, asking, “Are you pro-choice?”
“I am pro-everything,” the Muppet responded.
Carmon and Miss Piggy were joined by perhaps the world’s most famous feminist, Gloria Steinem, who said of the Muppet, “She totally understands that you can bat your eyelashes and also do karate.”
Carmon gushed about being the one fortunate enough to be granted an interview with the inanimate, fictional character.
“All I can say is it was a great honor to be flanked by two of my heroes growing up: Gloria Steinem and Miss Piggy,” she said.
- Britney Spears shows off her rockin’ new bod, but had to spoil it with a liberal message about ‘Dreamers’ - December 24, 2017
- Border patrol forget they’re supposed to be heartless, deliver beautiful baby at the border - December 24, 2017
- After scoring tax cut victory, Trump sees ‘tremendous Democrat support’ for his next big initiative - December 24, 2017