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Ignore That Raging Dumpster Fire.

Just try not to focus on that, ok?

Just try not to focus on that, ok?
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4 comments on “Ignore That Raging Dumpster Fire.

  1. Reporter: “Did the President’s son, Donald Trump Jr., commit treason?”
    Sanders: “I think that is a ridiculous accusation”

    Interesting. A question is not an accusation – unless of course the accused from their previous behavior expects that is because they are aware of those actions. An accusatory question that would have been a true accusation would have been: “Is the President’s son, Donald Trump Jr., still committing treasonous acts.”

    Like the old saw of “Do you still beat your wife?” there is no answer that is not an admission of the accusation. This is because if the answer was “No.” we are left with an assumption that he did commit treason in the past, but not presently. If the answer was, yes – then it save tax payers a lot of money and it would be an extremely surprisingly candid moment of record for Sanders and or Trump.

  2. Speaking of raging dumpster fires, it seems the clintons had one

  3. “… the leader of another country” sounds so innocuous in describing the brutal dictator Kim Jong Un.” Why would you use this language? It’s not as if the “leader of another country” referenced was France’s Macron, or Canada’s Trudeau …

    I suppose maybe you’re just saying that you “condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides. It’s been going on for a long time in our [world] ….”

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