Last week, we took a look at some outrageous comedians who are feeling the Bern. This week, we're taking a look at Hillary Clinton's comic supporters, which include a number of recognizable Saturday Night Live alumni. Here they are along with their hilarious contributions to U.S. politics.

1. Amy Poehler

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The "Parks and Rec" star, who impersonated Clinton on Saturday Night Live during the 2008 primaries, was one of the first celebrities to endorse Clinton when she sent out this tweet last spring:

Here's Poehler reprising her role as Clinton to offer the 2016 incarnation of Hillary some advice (and to take a swipe at Bernie Sanders a.k.a. the "human Birkenstock"):

2. Kate McKinnon

Clinton has promised to help Americans keep their jobs if she wins the 2016 election. One person who would probably gain the most job security from a second President Clinton is Kate McKinnon, who currently plays Hillary on SNL. She has also endorsed the former secretary of state last spring (for more reasons than job retention).

Here's McKinnon playing Clinton in a faux commercial in which Hillary slowly morphs into Bernie Sanders:

3. Tim Meadows

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The long-tenured SNL star and Ben Carson impersonator hasn't vocally supported Clinton. But he has let his money talk for him by donating to her campaign. Here's Meadows taking on one of the election's hot issues by spoofing anti-marijuana propaganda in "Walk Hard" (2007):

4. Chris Rock?

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Some have pegged Chris Rock as a Hillary supporter because he retweeted this snippet from The Onion:

If that's the case, he's come a long way since blaming Hillary for the Monica Lewinsky scandal in a stand-up routine. But one presidential candidate who might be a huge Chris Rock fan is Donald Trump, who has been accused of stealing Chris Rock's material to slam former Republican nominee John McCain:

5. Will Ferrell

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The "Zoolander 2" star caused confusion in February 2016 when the Clinton campaign shared a clip of him helping her staff encourage Nevadans to caucus. Earlier, Ferrell had supported Bernie Sanders, so there was speculation that he was switching sides. But Ferrell released a statement clarifying that he supported both candidates and - more than either - the democratic process itself.

Check out this clip in which Ferrell, Fred Armisen, Darrell Hammond, Dana Carvey, Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase reprise their presidential impersonations:

h/t CNN, The Guardian, Newsbusters, The Huffington Post