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The Bad Lip Reading of the first Republican debate is amazing

Libby Nelson is Vox's policy editor, leading coverage of how government action and inaction shape American life. Libby has more than a decade of policy journalism experience, including at Inside Higher Ed and Politico. She joined Vox in 2014.

The YouTube channel Bad Lip Reading, which dubs video clips with hilariously nonsensical new dialogue, is out with its version of the first Republican debate. It's hard to pick the best part, but everything Ben Carson "says" is gold:

Bad Lip Reading is bipartisan when it comes to its dubbing. The folks behind it have previously published videos featuring Vice President Joe Biden as well as George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. But the all-time best might be their interpretation of the first 2012 presidential debate:

Think of what great bad lip reading 2016 must hold in store.

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