After Saturday Night Live's lackluster sketch about the Benghazi trials, portraying Republicans as grasping at anything to keep the story in the news, TheBlaze's comedy show "The B.S. of A." tackled the same subject.
On Saturday night's episode, a "Benghazi whistle-blower" played by Matt Fisher details where he's been since September to TheBlaze's Brian Sack.
"Well...as luck would have it, right after the attack, Secretary of State Clinton called me and informed me that I'd won a luxury cruise! She said that there had been some sort of contest at the State Department -- and I don't remember even entering it -- but sure enough, I won!" he said.
Sack skeptically asked: "And how long was this cruise?"
"It went from that day, Sept. 12, until the day after the presidential election so it was a typical, 61-day cruise," Fisher confidently responded.
From there, Sack asked the "whistle-blower" to detail what he saw the night of the attack.
"A group of individuals was attacking the compound," he said. "They were saying things like, 'We are Al-Qaeda staff members!'..."
"So you didn't think it was a demonstration that turned violent about some kind of YouTube video?" Sack confirmed.
"Not after I snapped this picture that I emailed to the Secretary of State," Fisher responded, showing an image of a mob holding a sign reading," This has nothing to do with the YouTube video."
As luck would have it though, Clinton "couldn't open the email attachment" because it didn't properly go through.
Watch the entire clip to see how Fisher's attempt to contact "Former U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice" went:
“The B.S. of A.” airs Saturdays at 10:30 p.m. on TheBlaze TV and Dish channel 212.