Shared August 2, 2017
HOLY MELTDOWN, BATMAN! Watch Rachel Maddow get that SMIRK wiped off her face Election Night 2016
Election Night Meldown Compilation! Watch Rachel Maddow get that SMIRK wiped off her face Election Night 2016 (Batman Parody)
Batman and Robin give advice to Rachel Maddow and MSNBC hosts on election night 2016, who look totally ridiculous over their flawed polls and predictions for the 2016 Presidential Election Night. Holy miscalculation, Batman!
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