Here’s the Super Tuesday Recap That You Didn’t Realize You Needed

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Every cable news channel and every internet pundit and every podcaster is performing post-mortem interpretations of the Super Tuesday results this week. By now, most of these programs are just blah-blah-blah, same-old, same-old. You’ve heard it all, right?

What you probably haven’t heard, however, is Mark Dice’s hilarious interpretation of everything that happened on Tuesday. He pulls clips from all the different cable news channels and watches them, so we don’t have to, and then puts them back together in truly funny ways.

Some of the worst coverage of the night, not surprisingly, came from Fox News. Ever since they unjustly fired Tucker Carlson, Fox has gone increasingly downhill in their “news” coverage, even though certain hosts (Greg Gutfeld and Jesse Watters) are still doing an okay job.

 

Will Cain, for example, interviewed a female voter and her answer about Nikki Haley was so shocking to Cain that he turned around and completely reinterpreted what she had just said. It was funny, sad, and cringeworthy, all at the same time. Nikki Haley has menopause, so she shouldn’t be president. Get over it, Fox News snowflakes.

For a recap of some of the “best” Super Tuesday highlights, you can’t go wrong with this video…


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