Lindsey Graham needs to take a good dump

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“Speaker (Nancy) Pelosi’s refusal to negotiate on funding for a border wall/barrier — even if the government were to be reopened — virtually ends the congressional path to funding for a border wall/barrier. It is time for President Trump to use emergency powers to fund the construction of a border wall/barrier.”- Senator Lindsey Graham

When my kids were little and told me they had a “tummy ache” I always asked them the same question, “Do you need to take a poop?” I don’t know about you but a “good poop” always solves a lot of the issues I am dealing with. Yea, I hear ya, TMI so I will just leave it at that.

So what does taking a good dump have to do with Lindsey Graham? Bible thumping, Southern Baptist Lindsey Graham is plugged-up, constipated, obstructed not with shit, though he is full of that, but blocked-up by what he is but won’t admit or embrace. Lindsey Graham is a gay man living a lie.

Folks in South Carolina, of which I am one of, have known, suspected, or assumed for years that Lindsey Graham is gay. We have all heard the stories, rumors and whispers. Even the white trash, Evangelicals have looked the other way because, well Lindsey can pretend to love Jesus with the best of them. But I think all these years of keeping this deep, dark secret hidden behind a conservative facade have slowly eaten away his brain and his spine for that matter.

Me? I don’t or at least didn’t care which way Lindsey swung. Yes he is conservative asshole but BT (before Trump) at least he was a somewhat level-headed, cared about South Carolina, had John McCain to keep him in check conservative asshole. But something bad has happened to Lindsey. Something has changed, something has changed dramatically with him and in him and the only thing I can think of, other than the Russians having a page or ten on him in their Trump dossier is that keeping his sexuality under wraps for all of these years has, well, fucked-up his mind.

A good friend of mine married, had kids, and lived the lie for almost 20 years. As he tells the story, living that lie made him a depressed, mean drunk for too many years. Today, he is happy and partnered to a caring man I adore as well. His relationship with his ex-wife and children is healthy and happy now and better yet, so is his relationship with the world despite the hate, and prejudice that still exist by those so-called “Jesus lovers.”

I doubt Lindsey will ever find that kind of happiness. He is dug in to deep, paid too great of a price and I am sorry to say tied to deeply to the big orange moron. Lindsey needs to take a big dump and come to terms with who he is, instead of continually allowing Trump to take a big dump on us.

 

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Raise your hand if you are “many” people

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Reporter- “Mr. President, can you relate to the pain of federal workers who can’t pay their bills?”

Trump- “I can relate. And I’m sure that the people that are toward the receiving end will make adjustments, they always do. And they’ll make adjustments. People understand exactly what’s going on. Many of those people that won’t be receiving a paycheck, many of those people agree 100 percent with what I’m doing.”

Have you ever noticed how often our Dumbass-in-Chief talks about “many people”? Have you ever wondered in Trumps pea size brain how many, “many people” really is? The answer is simple, one, and its the fat, orange guy with the dead blond squirrel wrapped around his head. The same moron that stares back at him in the mirror. “Many people” for Trump is just one person, just one unintelligent, lonely, idiot, Trump himself.

In the history of Presidential administrations no single administration has had more cabinet members (many people) leave after two years than Trumps. Had more criminal investigations (many people) than Trumps or had more guilty pleas (many people) than Trumps.

But back to Trump relating to “many people”. Think about these everyday task that “many people” do and think to yourself how many Trumpty Dumpty has ever accomplished;

  1. Shopped for groceries
  2. Filled a gas tank
  3. Had a job
  4. Cooked a meal
  5. Paid a bill
  6. Taken out the trash
  7. Cleaned anything
  8. Driven in bad weather
  9. Planned anything
  10. Read a book

The honest truth is Trump doesn’t know shit about “many people” and better yet doesn’t give a shit about “many people” which includes you Doris and Joe Deplorable and you Mary and Paul Evangelical. But you don’t care, an old, white, piece of shit with an imaginary R next to his name is better than a black man, with a D next to his foreign sounding name.

So if you are one of Trumps “many people” enjoy your short time in the sunshine because there are dark clouds on the horizon and “many people”, me, can’t wait for shower of shit to soak each and every one of you.

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How the story ends: A Deplorable Fantasy

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“How do you impeach a president who has won perhaps the greatest election of all time, done nothing wrong (no Collusion with Russia, it was the Dems that Colluded), had the most successful first two years of any president, and is the most popular Republican in party history 93%?” – Trump tweet 1-4-19

“People love you and you win. And when your son looks at you and says, ‘Momma, look you won. Bullies don’t win.’ And I said, ‘Baby, they don’t, because we’re gonna go in there and we’re gonna impeach the mother***er.’” – Freshman U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib

Do you want to read about a real American success story? Let me introduce you to freshman U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib.

Ms. Tlaib is the oldest of fourteen children. She was born to working-class Palestinian immigrant parents in Detroit. Her mother was born in the West Bank city of Ramallah and her father was born in Beit Hanina, a neighborhood in Jerusalem. Mr. Hanina moved first to Nicaragua, then to Detroit, where he worked on the assembly line at Ford Motor Company. As the oldest child, Ms. Tlaib helped raise her siblings while her parents worked. She graduated from Wayne State University with a B.A. in political science and earned a law degree from Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School and now she is a member of Congress.

There is no comparison between Ms. Tlaib’s path to success and mother***er’s, I mean Trump’s. One worked for everything she has achieved, the other one, the orange one, was simply a member of the lucky sperm club.

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As you can imagine Trump and Fox News are using Ms. Tlaib’s comments as red meat for the Deplorable base but let me remind them of what their “Savior”, the Pope of the Evangelicals was recorded saying himself:

Donald Trump: Yeah, that’s her. With the gold. I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know, I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.

Billy Bush: Whatever you want.

Donald Trump: Grab ’em by the pussy. You can do anything.

Look at I don’t want to impeach the mother***er unless of course we also impeach that other scary mother***er Mike Pence too. I would much rather Trump sit in his bedroom watching Fox News for the next to years, like he has done for the last two years, waiting for Mueller to drop indictments that will bankrupt and shame his sorry fat ass and his families too. And maybe, if we are lucky, he will get to spend some quality time in an orange jumpsuit as well. He loves being first. Wouldn’t that be a fun first for us to enjoy?

This country has survived this lazy piece of shit for two years we can survive two more.

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The Evangelical Cancer

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This interview would be funny if it weren’t so damn scary and sad. It certainly confirms my theory that life is simply to short to argue with any flavor of a Trump supporter.

Jerry Falwell Jr. can’t imagine Trump ‘doing anything that’s not good for the country’-  Joe Heim, The Washington Post

Jerry Falwell Jr., 56, took over as president of Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, in 2007, following the death of his father, the Rev. Jerry Falwell, who founded the school. He lives with his wife, Becki, in Bedford County, Virginia.

Q: You said recently that conservatives and Christians should stop electing nice guys. Aren’t Christians supposed to be nice guys?

A: Of course, of course. But that’s where people get confused. I almost laugh out loud when I hear Democrats saying things like, “Jesus said suffer the little children to come unto me” and try to use that as the reason we should open up our borders.

It’s such a distortion of the teachings of Jesus to say that what he taught us to do personally – to love our neighbors as ourselves, help the poor – can somehow be imputed on a nation. Jesus never told Caesar how to run Rome. He went out of his way to say that’s the earthly kingdom, I’m about the heavenly kingdom and I’m here to teach you how to treat others, how to help others, but when it comes to serving your country, you render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s. It’s a distortion of the teaching of Christ to say Jesus taught love and forgiveness and therefore the United States as a nation should be loving and forgiving, and just hand over everything we have to every other part of the world. That’s not what Jesus taught. You almost have to believe that this is a theocracy to think that way, to think that public policy should be dictated by the teachings of Jesus.

Q: So, the government you want is one free of religious association?

A: Yes. The government should be led by somebody who is going to do what’s in the best interest of the government and its people. And I believe that’s what Jesus thought, too.

Q: In 2016 you wrote in a Washington Post editorial that voters in the 2010 and 2014 midterms sent a message they were “tired of the leftist agenda.” What message did voters in the 2018 midterms send?

A: This midterm, the president did better than the average president does in his first midterms. So I think the message is that the American people are happy with the direction the country is headed and happy with the economy, happy with our newfound respect in the world. It’s a better result than you normally see in the first midterms.

Q: You pushed for national leaders to use the term “radical Islamic terrorism” when describing Muslims who are terrorists. Should leaders call it “white supremacist terrorism” when we have violent acts by white supremacists in this country?

A: Sure, if a terrorist is someone who is trying to overthrow a political regime. I guess it depends on what your definition of terrorism is. Anybody who kills anybody else or commits violence against anybody else because of their race is horrible. It’s just as bad as the 9/11 attack.

Q: You and other white evangelical leaders have strongly supported President Donald Trump. What about him exemplifies Christianity and earns him your support?

A: What earns him my support is his business acumen. Our country was so deep in debt and so mismanaged by career politicians that we needed someone who was not a career politician, but someone who’d been successful in business to run the country like a business. That’s the reason I supported him.

Q: The deficit and debt have increased during his first two years.

A: Yeah, Congress, the spending bill that they forced on him in order to get the military spending up to where it needed to be – he said that would be the last time he signed one of those. But he had no choice because (President Barack) Obama had decimated the military, and it had to be rebuilt.

Q: Is there anything President Trump could do that would endanger that support from you or other evangelical leaders?

A: No.

Q: That’s the shortest answer we’ve had so far.

A: Only because I know that he only wants what’s best for this country, and I know anything he does, it may not be ideologically “conservative,” but it’s going to be what’s best for this country, and I can’t imagine him doing anything that’s not good for the country.

Q: Is it hypocritical for evangelical leaders to support a leader who has advocated violence and who has committed adultery and lies often? I understand that a person can be forgiven their sins, but should that person be leading the country?

A: When Jesus said we’re all sinners, he really meant all of us, everybody. I don’t think you can choose a president based on their personal behavior because even if you choose the one that you think is the most decent – let’s say you decide Mitt Romney. Nobody could be a more decent human being, better family man. But there might be things that he’s done that we just don’t know about. So you don’t choose a president based on how good they are; you choose a president based on what their policies are. That’s why I don’t think it’s hypocritical.

There’s two kingdoms. There’s the earthly kingdom and the heavenly kingdom. In the heavenly kingdom the responsibility is to treat others as you’d like to be treated. In the earthly kingdom, the responsibility is to choose leaders who will do what’s best for your country. Think about it. Why have Americans been able to do more to help people in need around the world than any other country in history? It’s because of free enterprise, freedom, ingenuity, entrepreneurism and wealth. A poor person never gave anyone a job. A poor person never gave anybody charity, not of any real volume. It’s just common sense to me.

Q: You’ve been criticized by some other evangelical leaders about your support for the president. They say you need to demand higher moral and ethical standards. You disagree with them on that?

A: It may be immoral for them not to support him, because he’s got African-American employment to record highs, Hispanic employment to record highs. They need to look at what the president did for the poor. A lot of the people who criticized me, because they had a hard time stomaching supporting someone who owned casinos and strip clubs or whatever, a lot them have come around and said, “Yeah, you were right.” Some of the most prominent evangelicals in the country have said, “Jerry, we thought you were crazy, but now we understand.”

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Crystal Ball

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We will begin a new year in a couple of days and our Dumbass-in-Chief will have two years under his sizable belt. All though his fat, wide ass, belly and hair have grown exponentially, his mental capacities as a world leader haven’t grown one inch in those two years. Trump was unprepared to be President and continues, and refuses to be prepared even today.

To prove it, he has spent the entire holiday tweeting like a 15-year-old mean girl who didn’t make head cheerleader or get enough votes to be the most popular girl in the yearbook. In short, he is acting like a fat, old, BITCH. That, Deplorable Nation, is your President, and your Pope, Evangelical Nation.

When I look into my Crystal Ball here is what I expect in 2019 from our orange fat boy, more lies, more bitching, more hysteria, more redneck, ego rally’s and a hell of a lot more golf. And sadly, we should all be prepared for one more thing, Deplorable violence. Violence that Trump will not only encourage but instigate. Violence that he won’t condone, wink, wink, but violence that he will embolden his knuckle dragging redneck base to perform on his behalf.

With Democrat control of the House starting January 3rd I believe Robert Mueller will begin dropping one bomb after another on top of Trump, his crime family and associates. And even if Trump had him fired tomorrow, Mueller has enough cases, open and sealed, farmed out among other jurisdictions (namely the Southern District of New York and Eastern District of Virginia) to prevent his investigation and work from concluding. Also, the FBI isn’t going to stop. They know crimes have been committed and they will continue their investigations and prosecutions even if Mueller is removed. But if one of those Mueller “bombs” drop on Jr., Eric, Jared, or Ivanka expect him to be fired immediately, though it will be too late to save their sorry asses, and the Deplorable violence and anarchy will begin which Trump will fan and fuel because that is all he has left.

My friends, 2019 looks to be a very tumultuous and maybe even a scary year but we will survive. Keep in mind that this nation has endured other horrible Presidents, and overcome worst situations. What will make this one “different” is that it will play out in front of us, in real-time. But it will be okay, I promise and we, as a nation, will be stronger for it.

Happy New Year. God Bless each of you and fuck Donald Trump and his Deplorable base of white, angry, morons. Peace.

 

 

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What did you do today while Trump watched television?

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What did I do today?

  1. Woke-up at 7 am.
  2. Ate breakfast.
  3. Took a shower.
  4. Went to church.
  5. Ate lunch.
  6. Blew leaves for two hours.
  7. Split wood for three hours.
  8. Cooked dinner.
  9. Ate dinner.
  10. Started typing.

What did Trump do today?

  1. Woke-up early, scared, angry and delusion.
  2. Started watching Fox News.
  3. Tweeted until his tiny orange thumbs were sore.

#1 @ 5:58 am: “A REAL scandal is the one sided coverage, hour by hour, of networks like NBC & Democrat spin machines like Saturday Night Live. It is all nothing less than unfair news coverage and Dem commercials. Should be tested in courts, can’t be legal? Only defame & belittle! Collusion?”

#2 @ 6:11 am: “So where are all the missing Text messages between fired FBI agents Peter S and the lovely Lisa Page, his lover. Just reported that they have been erased and wiped clean. What an outrage as the totally compromised and conflicted Witch Hunt moves ever so slowly forward. Want them!”

#3 @ 6:39 am: “Remember, Michael Cohen only became a “Rat” after the FBI did something which was absolutely unthinkable & unheard of until the Witch Hunt was illegally started. They BROKE INTO AN ATTORNEY’S OFFICE! Why didn’t they break into the DNC to get the Server, or Crooked’s office?”

#4 @ 7:03 am : “At the request of many, I will be reviewing the case of a “U.S. Military hero,” Major Matt Golsteyn, who is charged with murder. He could face the death penalty from our own government after he admitted to killing a Terrorist bomb maker while overseas. @PeteHegseth @FoxNews”

#5 @ 7:20 am: “Judge Ken Starr, former Solicitor Generel & Independent Counsel, just stated that, after two years, “there is no evidence or proof of collusion” & further that “there is no evidence that there was a campaign financing violation involving the President.” Thank you Judge. @FoxNews”

#6 @ 8:25 am: “The Democrats policy of Child Seperation on the Border during the Obama Administration was far worse than the way we handle it now. Remember the 2014 picture of children in cages – the Obama years. However, if you don’t separate, FAR more people will come. Smugglers use the kids!”

#7 @ 12:29 pm: “Required television watching is last weeks @marthamaccallum interview with the wonderful wife of Rod Blagojevich and the @trish_regan interview with a Jerome Corsi. If that doesn’t tell you something about what has been going on in our Country, nothing will. Very sad!”

#8 @ 12:29 pm: “It looks here as though General Flynn’s defenses are incidental to something larger which is for the prosecution to figure out if it can find a path to Donald Trump without quite knowing what that crime might be. It stops looking like prosecution and more looking like a persecution of the President.” Daniel Henninger, The Wall Street Journal. Thank you, people are starting to see and understand what this Witch Hunt is all about. Jeff Sessions should be ashamed of himself for allowing this total HOAX to get started in the first place! The Russian Witch Hunt Hoax, started as the “insurance policy” long before I even got elected, is very bad for our Country. They are Entrapping people for misstatements, lies or unrelated things that took place many years ago. Nothing to do with Collusion. A Democrat Scam!”

Yes, this piece of shit is running scared and his supporters, well they are still morons for believing all his shit. It’s going to be fun watching this fat, orange, blob meltdown. I got my popcorn ready. Do you?

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Individual 1 -aka “Fat Nixon”

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A great article from AP about how much shit Trump has created and how deep that shit is: Investigations look at Trump’s life from all angles

WASHINGTON (AP) — Investigations now entangle Donald Trump’s White House, campaign, transition, inauguration, charity and business. For Trump, the political, the personal and the deeply personal are all under examination.

Less than two years into Trump’s presidency, his business associates, political advisers and family members are being probed, along with the practices of his late father. On Saturday, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke became the fourth Cabinet member to leave under an ethical cloud, having sparked 17 investigations into his actions on the job, by one watchdog’s count.

All of this with the first special counsel investigation against a president in 20 years hanging over Trump’s head, spinning out charges and strong-arming guilty pleas from underlings while keeping in suspense whether the president — “Individual 1” in prosecutor Robert Mueller’s coded legalese — will end up accused of criminal behavior himself.

The scope of the scrutiny has shaped Trump’s presidency, proving a steady distraction from his governing agenda. So far, much of it has been launched by federal prosecutors and government watchdogs that eschew partisanship. The intensity is certain to increase next year when Democrats assume control of the House and the subpoena power that comes with it.

Although Trump dismisses the investigations as politically motivated “witch hunts,” his high-octane Twitter account frequently betrays just how consumed he is by the scrutiny. He’s also said to watch hours of television coverage on milestone days in the investigations.

“It saps your energy, diverts your attention and you simply can’t lead because your opponents are up in arms against you,” Cal Jillson, a Southern Methodist University political scientist and historian, said of the scrutiny. “It weakens your friends and emboldens your enemies.”

Almost midway through his term, Trump is struggling to deliver on his central campaign promises. He may end the year without a Republican-led Congress giving him the $5 billion he wants for a border wall. And he’s previewed few legislative priorities for 2019.

Even if he had, it’s unlikely the new Democratic House majority would have much incentive to help a president weakened by investigations rack up wins as his own re-election campaign approaches.

Perhaps not since Bill Clinton felt hounded by a “vast right wing conspiracy,” as Hillary Clinton put it, has a president been under such duress from investigation.

This jeopardy has come with Trump’s party in control of Congress and the Justice Department driving at least three separate criminal investigations. They are the Mueller probe looking into possible collusion, obstruction of justice or other wrongdoing in contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia; the New York campaign-finance case involving hush money paid to Trump’s alleged lovers; and now a case from New York, first reported by The Wall Street Journal this past week, examining the finances and operations of Trump’s inaugural committee and whether foreign interests made illegal payments to it.

Behind those matters is a battery of lawsuits or inquiries from state attorneys general and other parties tied mainly to Trump businesses.

At best, the investigations are overshadowing what has been positive economic news. At worst, the probes are a threat to the presidency, Trump’s family and his business interests.

The deep diving will only grow in the new year when Democrats take over the House. They are expected to launch their own investigations and could pursue impeachment, though party leaders caution they could face a political backlash by taking that step.

Even if Trump avoids impeachment, the Democratic investigations will create headaches. Administration officials will be called to testify before Congress and lawmakers will seek a trove of documents, probably including Trump’s tax returns, which he has refused to make public.

A bare-bones White House staff may struggle to keep up. A tally by the Brookings Institution finds more than 60 percent of Trump’s top aides have left in the first two years, a turnover rate exceeding the previous five presidents. In addition, 10 Cabinet secretaries have departed, more than Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Clinton lost in two years. The shake-ups now have left Mick Mulvaney, Trump’s budget chief, doing double duty indefinitely as the president’s chief of staff.

That combination makes it hard to imagine a president effectively engaged in policy, even if — as in the case of Clinton — the drawn-out investigations lead to an impeachment that fails to remove the president.

“The modern presidency is extraordinarily complex and demanding so you need the president’s full attention,” Jillson says. “Where your attention should be, you’re also thinking about meeting with your lawyers.”

As the investigations mount, few Republicans have dissociated themselves publicly from Trump. But privately, some lawmakers do worry that the investigations will damage his re-election prospects and their own chances in 2020 House and Senate races.

The federal campaign finance probe has put GOP lawmakers in a particularly awkward position. Prosecutors — as well as Trump’s longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen and a tabloid company that has long been an ally — assert that Trump directed hush payments to keep women quiet about alleged affairs in the closing weeks of the 2016 campaign. Such a payment would violate campaign finance laws. Cohen was sentenced this past week to three years in prison.

Underscoring the balancing act for Republicans, outgoing Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah initially stated that he didn’t much care about Trump being implicated in Cohen’s crime, then thought better of his words.

“I made comments about allegations against the president that were irresponsible and a poor reflection on my lengthy record of dedication to the rule of law,” Hatch said in a statement Friday.

Five people in Trump’s orbit have pleaded guilty to charges in the continuing Mueller probe. Among them, Paul Manafort and Rick Gates were Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, for a time in Trump’s presidential campaign. George Papadopoulos, a lower-level campaign adviser, was sentenced to 14 days in prison and is out. The others are Michael Flynn, who was Trump’s first national security adviser in office and is to be sentenced Tuesday, and Cohen, who is expected to begin his sentence in March.

In addition, the special counsel’s office says Flynn, in giving 19 interviews and turning over a mountain of documents, has assisted in a criminal investigation that has yet to be revealed.

In other words, there’s no end in sight.

Trump is also exposed to legal peril beyond that from federal prosecutors. Among the lawsuits or investigations:

—Democratic attorneys general in Maryland and the District of Columbia and congressional Democrats are challenging the Trump Organization’s business transactions with foreign and state government interests, such as those at his Washington hotel, citing the constitutional ban on presidents taking payments from such sources without congressional consent.

—Summer Zervos, once a contestant on Trump’s TV show, has sued Trump for defamation for accusing her of lying. She alleged in 2016 that he made unwelcome physical contact with her. He’s failed several times to derail the case.

—New York tax officials are looking into whether Trump or his charitable foundation misrepresented tax liability. In addition, the New York tax department said it is “vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation” after a New York Times report found Trump and his family, going back to transactions by his father, Fred Trump, cheated on taxes for decades. The report said Trump received the equivalent today of at least $413 million from his father, much of it through dubious tax maneuvers. Trump called the report “a very old, boring and often told hit piece on me.”

—New York authorities allege in a lawsuit that Trump illegally tapped his charitable Trump Foundation to settle legal disputes, help his campaign for president and cover personal and business expenses, including the purchase of a life-size portrait of himself for $10,000.

Stanley Renshon, political scientist at the City University of New York and a psychoanalyst, says all of that adds up to a lot of people, not just the left, “trying to make his presidency untenable.”

It is, perhaps, vaster than the right-wing “conspiracy” the Clintons endured, Renshon says. “I call it the everybody conspiracy.”

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