Who knew nonsense the presidential candidates didn’t actually say could be so entertaining?
“”Your overconfidence is your weakness.” “Your face and your hair is yours.” Princess Leia needs a lozenge, Yoda is a stoner and Darth Sidious unleashes a Force Burn in sequentialpictures’ hilarious bad lip reading of the original Star Wars trilogy.
Rachel Maddow shares highlights from the latest Bad Lip Reading video spoofing the first Democratic debate.
(Steven Hayward) We’ve been spending our time on the latest Republican debate, but let’s not forget the Democrats! Fortunately, the good people at Bad Lip Reading haven’t, and they’ve produced this “revised” version of the recent Democratic debate, and it is a definite improvement on the real thing:
This is a bad lip reading of highlights from the first Democratic debate of 2015 (with the republican from a couple months ago too in case you haven't seen that one). Amazingly, some of the bad lip readings made more sense than what the candidates actually said. Show More Summary
They make more sense in this version than they did in the real one.
I probably should have saved this for an open thread but you know what? We all need a laugh tonight and this is totally hilarious. Be sure to watch through to the end. It made me (almost) miss Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee.
Bad Lip Reading tends to skewer sports and pop culture, transforming the ghastly moments of The Walking Dead, for example, into a hip-hop anthem-infused story of a man’s love for his turtle. But Bad Lip Reading has since turned its sights to a far more horrifying venue: the political arena. Show More Summary
Democratic hopefuls discuss the important issues of our day.
It’s here. A “Bad Lip Reading” of the first Democratic debate: And, in case you missed it: “I will drink a sorority’s goldfish” — or, a bad lip reading of the first GOP debate.
YouTube Link Once again, Bad Lip Reading presents us with a hilarious interpretation of a political forum, this time taking aim at the first Democratic party debate. How do babies exit mothers' bodies? Who is about to get the beatdown for staring? Who's going to do what to Chewbacca? Press play and find out. Via Esquire
“The white boy thinks it’s scooter time.” Lincoln Chaffee likes to start with a vacant face, contests make debates fun and everyone’s still ignoring Jim Webb in Bad Lip Reading’s parody of the dem’s presidential debate.
The first Democratic presidential debate of the 2016 election will be remembered for several things: The man Jim Webb killed in Vietnam, Bernie Sanders' selfless condemnation of the hubbub about Hillary Clinton's e-mails and, now thanks to Bad Lip Reading, selfless commendation of her "dynamite pinto beans." After masterfully turning the horrifying...
In the Bad Lip Reading Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton makes great pinto beans, Martin O’Malley talks childbirth and Hillary’s super-creepy stares, Bernie Sanders takes on a noun challenge, Lincoln Chafee explains his dead eyes, and no… Read The post The Bad Lip Reading Democratic Debate You’ve Been Waiting For: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
We'd love to see the candidates actually respond to these questions
Bad Lip Reading provides alternate dialogue to the first Democratic presidential debate held in Las Vegas on October 13, 2015. In the video, candidates give nonsensical answers, play games, and share crayon drawings they made with moderator Anderson Cooper. They also recently gave the same treatment to the August 6, 2015 Republican debate.
Presidential debates are generally a cacophony of politicians and moderators making nonsensical statements that usually have nothing with America and everything to do with Hillary Clinton's email preferences So the folks over at BadShow More Summary
The first Democratic Party debate on CNN was okay. Sure, it had Bernie Sanders' outburst about Hillary Clinton's emails and Jim Webb's non-joke about killing a guy in Vietnam, but it never really got good until Saturday Night Live lampooned it. In fact, satire is probably the only thing that would make such a fiasco watchable in the first place.