Victoria Jackson is Crazy (About America), And Here is Video Proof

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Before we spent way too much time with Victoria Jackson-- the Miami-residing former Saturday Night Live castmember who has become a raving Tea Party luminary-- we got to know her new she-can't-be-serious persona the way the rest of America did: by gawking at online videos of her being bizarrely riveting.

Now that we are connoisseurs of her Youtube collection, we thought we'd present you with a few of her finer vintages. Here are the moments that made us marvel at Victoria Jackson's brain. Only in America.

And if you haven't already, read our feature story on the lady.

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