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Check out one of the funniest and most appreciative political parodies in recent memory: Elizabeth Warren’s very unofficial announcement of her campaign for senate.

(Warning: this video contains strong language)

The video, which was written and produced by comedian and political activist Eddie Geller, perfectly captures the exasperation and polished folksiness of Warren’s actual campaign announcement:

The spot-on parody is just the latest in a long list of signs that the race for Scott Brown’s senate seat promises to be one of the most entertaining elections in recent memory.

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