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There have been a lot of great reactions to Sarah Palin’s rambling, 20-minute speech last week in which she endorsed Donald Trump — and also boasted of herself and her fans as “right-wingin’, bitter-clingin’, proud clingers of our guns, our God, and our religions, and our Constitution.”

But this take on the speech might just be the best, from a true genius out there on YouTube: Taking sections of Palin’s speech — and dubbing them over a video clip of that classic bitter gun-clinger himself, Yosemite Sam.

The spookiest part of all is just how well Sam’s animated mouth movements, taken from a scene in the 1959 short “Wild and Woolly Hare,” match up with all the word salad that came from Palin’s own lips.

Video via DigiFilmPro/Youtube.

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