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Ben Shapiro’s Bernie Sanders Impression is Hilarious

Here at Liberty Video News, we complain about liberals a lot. Well, what do you expect? They’re freaking crazy. But once in a while it’s a good idea to not just talk about how horrible and ill-conceived their ideas are, but also to have a bit of fun at their expense. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

It would be easy to go overboard. There is so much material to go on. There’s Bernie Sanders’ crazy hair and hand gestures. There’s Elizabeth Warren’s “high cheekbones.” There’s Maxine Waters’ leather saddle bag face that looks like it’s melting somehow in the noonday sun.

Of course, there’s the whole slew of goofed up crazies over at CNN. Brian Stelter all by himself is like a barrel full of short, fat rodeo clowns. That boyish voice and the long winded complaints about reasons why Trump might be crazy after all are hilarious. One of our favorite things is when Mark Dice dubs over Stelter’s voice with his own girly high falsetto. It is an absolute riot. Oh, and you can’t leave out Steven Crowder’s Bernie Sender’s impression where he does Gilbert Godfrey’s voice. It’s nuts.

Now, check out Ben Shapiro. No one expected Shapiro to have a comedic streak. But, as it turns out, he actually does some pretty funny impressions.

Here’s Ben.

~ Liberty Video News


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