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WATCH: “South Park” Delivers Devastatingly Hilarious Take On the First Presidential Debate

I’ve really got to give kudos to Matt Stone and Trey Parker. They’re the dynamic duo behind the Comedy Central animated series, “South Park.” Absolutely one of my favorite shows. It has been a hit from its debut in August of 1997, up to this day, and with good reason. The show itself runs the gamut from ridiculous to profane, but it is always best | Read More » The post WATCH: “South Park” Delivers Devastatingly Hilarious Take On the First Presidential Debate appeared first on RedState.
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