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For days, we’ve been expecting Stephen Colbert to pile on to the mockery that met Sarah Palin’s announcement of her new online TV channel — and he certainly delivered the goods last night. Click above to see Colbert go to town on Palin’s new venture “where like-minded folks can hear things they already agree with from someone whose opinion they already know,” all for only $9.95 a month. And be sure to stick around for his masterful ending to this epic piece of trolling.

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Related: Sarah Palin Launches Online Channel To Beat Liberal Media, Steal From The Gullible

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