Let's Take the 'SNL' "Hunt for Hil" Sketch as a Reminder That Hillary Clinton Deserves Some Privacy

Because, you know, she's a person, not Big Foot.

Since the election, Hillary Clinton has (understandably) strived to regain some of the privacy that you lose during years and years of life spent as a dedicated public servant. Lately, updates about the former presidential candidate have come from social media, when regular people run into her doing regular things and ask for a picture.

Last night, Saturday Night Live poked fun at the "white people with Facebook" who have managed to get pictures of Clinton "in the wild." While the sketch admittedly plays a little weird (it is comparing Hillary Clinton to mythical monsters like Big Foot, after all), the heart of it seems to be parodying not Clinton, but anyone with the urge to "hunt her" for photos during a period when wanting a little alone time is literally the most understandable thing.

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