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Sarah Silverman Solves World Hunger – Sell The Vatican, Feed The World

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Sarah Silverman is on a mission. The sometimes inappropriate, always hysterical funny lady wants to end world hunger for good!

In a new video, Silverman unveils her plan to sell the Vatican and raise cash for the poor. She says:

“What is the Vatican worth? Like 500 billion dollars? This is great! Sell the Vatican, take a big chunk of that money, build a gorgeous condominium for you and all of your friends to live in — all the amenities: swimming pool, tennis court, water slide. And with the money leftover, feed the whole fu^&%@ world. You preach to live humbly and I totally agree, so now maybe it’s time for you to move out of your house that is a city. On an ego level alone you will be the biggest hero in the history of ever. ”

Sell Vatican City? We’re not so sure the Pope is going to be excited about this idea. Check out the video below and hear what else Sarah has to say about solving world hunger.

Note to readers: This video contains graphic language – definitely not safe for work.

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