Comedian Tina Fey tore into "jackass" President Trump and "pussy" Paul Ryan on Thursday, adding it made her feel sick that Trump blamed "many sides" for the violence in Charlottesville last weekend.

Fey, a University of Virginia graduate, said it "broke [her] heart to see these evil forces descend on Charlottesville."

"[Trump] comes out and he says that he condemns violence on 'many sides', on many sides, Colin," Fey told Colin Jost of NBC's summer edition of "Weekend Update." "And I'm feeling sick because, you know, I've seen 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' and I wasn't confused by it. No Colin, Nazis are always bad."

Fey acknowledged that people were feeling anxious because about more rallies, like the Unite the Right event that turned deadly in Charlottesville, are planned to be held this Saturday around the country. Instead of taking part in counter-protests, she urged people to find a local bakery.

"Order a cake with an American flag on it, like this one," Fey said, holding up an ice-frosted cake for the live studio audience to see. "And just eat it, Colin."

When asked what she meant, Fey joked "sheet caking is a grassroots movement."

"Most of the women I know have been doing it once a week since the election," she quipped.

The "Saturday Night Live" alumna also had a message for House Speaker Paul Ryan.

"Aren't you supposed to be like the cool young congressman, but you don't know how to '@' somebody on Twitter?" Fey asked, referring to the statement Ryan released on Twitter after Trump defended his comments that 'many sides' were to blame for the violence. "Racism is bad '@' real Donald Trump, you pussy."

But Fey ended the segment on a more serious note.

"I really want to say, to encourage all good, sane Americans to treat these rallies this weekend like the opening of a thoughtful movie with two female leads," she concluded. "Don't show up. Let these morons scream into the empty air."