'The Daily Show' Attempts to Understand the Language of "Malfunctioning Robot" Sarah Palin

Is this real life?

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Like practically everyone else on the planet, Trevor Noah and The Daily Show crew had some trouble making sense of what exactly Sarah Palin (an actual person) was saying during her recent Donald Trump (another actual person) endorsement talks. For a sampling of this mysterious language, peep the observation below:

Are those words? Was that a sentence? What exactly is going on here?

Though no one really has the answer, The Daily Show at least attempted to give Palin's recent batch of words some serious thought. "The only thing Sarah Palin hates more than Obama is punctuation," Noah noted on Wednesday's show. "Nobody talks like that. It’s almost like she’s a malfunctioning robot. It’s like a bag of Scrabble tiles that grew a body and came to life."

To better help their host truly understand Palin's path to politics, the rest of the The Daily Show team even recounted that harrowing tale in explicit detail:

2016 is pretty scary so far.

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