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Fox News Accidentally Said “NAACP” Instead of “NCAA”…Three Days After “SNL” Made the Same Joke in a Fox News Parody

A Fox News anchor named Heather Childers was talking about the NCAA championship yesterday morning. And accidentally said “N-Double-A-C-P” instead…which is the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Which is AMAZING. Because “Saturday Night Live” did the SAME thing in a Fox News parody this weekend.

On Fox, the anchor said the Huskies are “the 2014 NAACP national champs.”  And the “SNL” line was, quote, “I’ve tried for years to sign up for the NAACP…[Because] I just love college basketball.”

“Fox News NAACP Champs”:

 “SNL Fox & Friends Obamacare and Climate Change.” (the line is at :23.)

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