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This 'Bad Lip Reading' video makes the DNC seem quite strange

Watch Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders give speeches about their favorite superheroes, "Game of Thrones," manservants, wildlife and more.


If the US presidential race hasn't felt bizarre enough for you, the latest installment of the YouTube series "Bad Lip Reading" offers up unreal yet hilarious moments from the Democratic National Convention.

In the video, published Friday, faux voice-overs of Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton and more rev up the crowd with statements that were never actually made (we don't think).

As with all the clips in the series, the video dubs the words as closely as possible to the speaker's mouth movements.

Highlights include Chelsea Clinton giving gal-pal shout-outs, Hillary talking about manservants and Sanders ranting about Batman and Robin.

The best quote, however, goes to Michelle Obama, who says, "There's only one person who I believe can drink koala venom and pass the Neverland test, and that's our friend, Hickory Nick!"