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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.

Share this video! Oh, and remember to always buy all the similar URLs to your new media venture.

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

Video courtesy of Crooks & Liars.

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