Jun 30, 2014; Washington, DC, USA; The Washington Nationals presidents play soccer on the warning track during the game against the Colorado Rockies at Nationals Park. Washington Nationals defeated Colorado Rockies 7-3. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Sharknado takes Teddy Roosevelt out of Nationals presidents race (Video)

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Teddy Roosevelt had a commanding lead in Thursday night’s presidents race when out of nowhere he was attacked and taken down by a Sharknado.

Replay shows that the Sharknado was waiting for Teddy on top of a chair. That’s always the last place you look for a Sharknado.

If this bit seems familiar, it’s because the Nationals did the same thing last year. But it was worth a re-visit. Combining Sharknado and racing mascot presidents…comedy gold.

Would’ve been even more awesome if one-armed Tara Reid had come out and beaten down the Sharknado but I guess they couldn’t get hold of Tara at the last minute. Or maybe they were worried about what would happen if they let Tara Reid loose in a stadium full of baseball players.

And now that the Nats have done their annual Sharknado bit, we can let the Sharknado phenomenon fade off into the sunset yet again. We’ve reached Sharknado saturation point now, I think.

Soon the whole charming Sharknado thing will become a massive pain in the ass like Justin Bieber or bat flipping. Okay, it already is. F–k Sharknado.

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