This Video of Republicans Saying "Yass Queen" Is the Best Thing to Come Out of the RNC

This Video of Republicans Saying "Yass Queen" Is the Best Thing to Come Out of the RNC
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While Melania Trump was borrowing a few lines of her speech at the Republican National Convention from First Lady Michelle Obama, a few of her conservative constituents were busy borrowing a different line from the LGBTQ community: "Yass, queen."

Dylan Marron, a correspondent for Seriously.TV, took to the convention floor in Cleveland to get Republicans to deliver the iconic phrase with a flourish, and they more than delivered.

"Coal energy?"

Yas queen!

"Mike Pence?"

Yas queen!

Watch the full series of interviews, which Marron says were conducted, "in the spirit of cultural appropriation," below:

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