‘South Park’ mocks overly-scripted, robotic Hillary Clinton in hilarious debate spoof

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The adult animated sit-com “South Park” took on the first presidential debate Wednesday and it was hilarious.

It parodied former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as over-prepared to the point where she can only repeat the instructions her staff has given her.

clip via Comedy Central South Park Studios

Prior to her debate with “Mr. Garrison,” she was told to respond to anything he says with “my opponent is a liar and he can’t be trusted.”

Little did she or her staff know that Garrison was going to throw in the towel and declare Clinton the only person with the knowledge to run the country.

“Please, if you care at all about the future of our country, vote for her, okay?” Garrison said. “She’s the one who at least has some experience. She’s — She’s not as bad as you think. I promise. And unlike me, she’s actually capable of running this country.”

And right on cue and according to instructions, Clinton replied that he’s “a liar and he cannot be trusted.”

“Oh my God, she’s such a turd sandwich,” one of her aides replied.

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