Watch: Sarah Palin Just Got Mocked By Tina Fey Again… Then Palin Turned The Tables In A BIG Way

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On Saturday night, comedian Tina Fey once again mocked former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, reprising her 2008 series of jabs at the former Republican vice presidential candidate.

On Monday, Palin showed she can dish it out as well as take it, spoofing Fey in a video for 31 Rock, a parody of Fey’s 30 Rock.

The video, which was produced by the Independent Journal, features Palin as Lynn Melon, a play on Fey’s Liz Lemon character. Palin portrays a small-town native struggling with life and political correctness in New York City.

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“The only PC I need is right here,” Palin says in the parody video, pointing to her computer.

In another scene Palin is visibly upset at this year’s Starbucks holiday cup and demands her staff procure her a Big Gulp. Palin also bemoans “safe spaces.”

The video also stars her former 2008 running mate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.

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As the video made America chuckle, Palin also reminded the nation she takes her politics seriously, as she chastised Congress for the federal budget passed last week, comparing Republican lawmakers who supported the budget to spousal abusers who promise one thing and do another.

“Together, we grassroots conservatives gave the GOP historic electoral victories because they promised us they would stop Obama’s “fundamental transformation of America,” she wrote on Breitbart. “Instead, they abetted it. They are Obama’s accomplices. With this omnibus bill, they broke every promise they made to us. Every single one. They’ve reached a level of brazen duplicity previously known only to Democrats.

“This is why people hate politics and politicians. This is why they tune out and stay home. … But you know what, my fellow conservatives  that’s what the GOP establishment wants us to do! They want us to leave the Party or just sit out elections. Without us around, their handpicked puppets can be elected in gerrymandered districts without any pesky conservative primary challengers,” she wrote.

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She closed with a call to action at the ballot box.

“So, no, it’s not time to leave the GOP. We’re going to make our abusers leave.

“We’re not going to let them hit us again. It’s time to kick our abusers out of the House, change the locks, and keep a loaded shotgun next to the bed.”

h/t: TheBlaze

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