Simon Cowell Cannot Believe The Caliber Of Jokes Coming From This Teenage Latina
Lori Mae Hernandez hit the “America’s Got Talent” stage in full force during the preliminary auditions and was a hit with the crowd and judges when she dragged Donald Trump. The teenage comedian then entered her quarterfinals performance with the same kind of oomph and gusto as you’d expect. This little Latina is more woke politically than most people twice her age.
People are totally digging this 13-year-old political comedian on “America’s Got Talent.”
#AGT Lori Mae Hernandez: She's really good with the political humor. Her tween jokes are just okay, though. 7/10, good for 4 votes.
— Tyler Sandersfeld (@Tejayes) July 27, 2016
Her name is Lori Mae Hernandez, and she is successfully trolling and dragging Donald Trump all over that “AGT” stage.
Who knew a teenager could encourage so many people.
Lori Mae Hernandez is one of my biggest inspirations in comedy. Much love
— audj (@pokeyrnon) July 28, 2016
Her first time on stage in front of the judges took the Internet by storm, and she’s still at it.
During the quarter finals of AGT, Hernandez took to the stage with more of that political humor. Like, how she referred to Donald Trump as a small orange dude with…
But she really go her dig in when she referenced Melania Trump’s now-infamous Republican National Convention speech.
“Still, he is rich enough to hire our First Lady to write a speech for his… third lady,” Hernandez joked as the crowd laughed and applauded.
She is woke af!
Don’t worry, she went after Hillary Clinton, too. Do you know how she knows Clinton will do a good job?
Sadly, her performance in the quarterfinals was not enough to get her straight to the semifinals, so it was up to the at-home audience to vote and decide.
In the end, after all the votes were counted, Hernandez was given the spot in the semifinals.
And she is so grateful!
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