House Leadership React to the End of “Nation Building” as a Business Model…

“Nation Building” is a very lucrative enterprise in/around Washington DC.   Here’s what happens when that business opportunity is removed from the UniParty financial portfolio:

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242 Responses to House Leadership React to the End of “Nation Building” as a Business Model…

  1. lurker2 says:

    Was she the only female Senator or Representative in the room? If so, it’s all the worse. Women in high positions need to not behave like toddlers because it ends up making all women look bad by supporting stereotypes that women are too emotional or women can’t handle tough situations. She’s a complete embarrassment/

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    • LeslieKay says:

      ^^^THIS^^^

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      I’ll take Margaret Thatcher any day. The standards must not waver.

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    • Sunshine says:

      I absolutely agree, and I’m a woman. She brings great shame to intelligent women.

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    • mugzey302 says:

      Schumer doing his best vulture imitation. What a putz.

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      • jeff montanye says:

        six ways from sunday. he should know. sayan.

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      • Jedi9 says:

        I wonder what is going Hoyers mind in the moment?

        “ Oh please make mine a double, no on second thought make that a triple! It’s been a Long day!”

        He at least has some semblance of reason out of all the Democrats and he looks like he is in agony!

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        • Aiee! Don’t be misled for a moment by Hoyer’s “semblance of reason”. He is a cult leader, as they all are. He is pretending to be that Hyno-Toad (from the animated series “Futurama”), who hypnotizes everyone — EVERYONE — into obedience, just by squatting there and sending out hypnotic waves. What he’s actually thinking is, “No-no-no-no…la-la-la-la-la”

          It is toads and semblance all the way down, with all of them now.

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        • Chris says:

          The bags under his eyes; make me think it was a triple!

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    • kayray444 says:

      Like Hillary letting John Podesta address the her crowd on election night because she was too emotional to do it herself. Bad example!

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    • TreeClimber says:

      As a female, I posit that in general, women are too emotional. Not to say there aren’t some exceptional women who can successfully separate emotion and business, but it’s not a common trait.

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      • Rynn69 says:

        TreeClimber: I agree with that 100% and that is not to say it is a bad quality.

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      • bruzedorange says:

        ALL of our individual strengths, regardless of gender distribution, can become weaknesses under differing circumstances.

        Maturity is defining and living by a set of beliefs and principles, and managing ones own anxiety and reactivity in relationships and changing circumstances. Possibly Nancy’s reactivity was not genuine, but managed for political show.

        Margaret Thatcher did not lead by playing male roles. She brought the best of mature womanhood into the realm of world leadership, and in doing so turned around an entire nation, and was one of the triumverate who ended and won the Cold War.

        Of herself she said, “I’ve got a woman’s ability to stick to a job and get on with it when everyone else walks off and leaves it.”

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      • Mrs. E says:

        I agree, TC. We are what God made us. We are not meant for the world of men. What is an asset in one arena is a detriment in another arena.

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    • not2worryluv says:

      Why doesn’t Nancy introduce a Declaration of War against Syria, Russia and Turkey on the House Floor for a vote? And please, don’t include a Pink Line escape caption.
      Of course she will need to immediately reinstate the Draft and include a proviso that every Congress person voting yeah needs to willingly have one of their sons, daughters, or grandchildren enlist immediately.

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    • askandgettruth says:

      well this is how far we as a country has rotted. pig-losi the senile witched witch of the west needs to be hit by a tornado and sent back to her filthy corrupt and miserable state. were not in KANSAS anymore TOTO. hay miss piggy why don’t you retire and enjoy what years you might have left before you take that fast trip to HELL. you got no life at all

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    • Mrs. E says:

      I agree!

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  2. Pew-Anon says:

    Yay! Mine voted NO. Thanks for posting the list.

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    • Ordinaryman says:

      RINO McHenry from NC House district 10 voted against the President. I Just sent him a piece of my mind and will call his office tomorrow. He has a consistent record of voting UNIPARTY line. He needs to be replaced! We always get 5 people running each time he is in the republican primary level. The only way I will ever vote for him again is if President Trump endorses him. Not voting Democratic but I may just sit his vote as no show.

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    • sharon goodson says:

      I just emailed Steve Scalise. you have to give address in his district
      i gave 2944 Metairie Heights Ave
      Metairie, LA 70002-5044

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  3. Mike in a Truck says:

    I expect the Lunatic Communist Democrats to behave as they do. But Republicans? Oh well theres a thing called the 2020 Elections coming up.

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    • Linda K. says:

      I thought dems were against war?

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      • lftpm says:

        Sort of. Look, if Trump had ordered continued deployment of troops in Syria, the Dims would have bashed him as a war monger. He ordered force reduction, and they accuse him of abandoning our allies. If Trump does A, the Dims criticize him. If he does the opposite, not-A, they vilify him. See how that works? More and more Americans are seeing through Dims’ duplicity.

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        • cwf60 says:

          Would someone please define our allies? Not a word about our soldiers training the Kurds and others in the ME who turn around and kill the instructor after being trained. They want our money and soldiers. We have no real allies, but we have a lot of fake allies. According to those opposing President Trump, there is not a good time for our troops to come home. Send the children of those who want to stay in the ME and bring everyone else home.

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  4. Reserved55 says:

    Any doubt who butters his bread?

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    • GB Bari says:

      Make no mistake about it, Brit.
      The President is in NO political trouble because he kept his campaign promise to the 63 million citizens who voted for him.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        And POTUS is the COC so he decides! Besides a Military Commander suggested he move the small group of troops out of harms way—-which he did.) It wasn’t strictly a campaign promise.

        He believes you fight with economic weapons before military where possible because fewer lives are lost. But so many in Congress would fight any war they could.

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        • litlbit2 says:

          Because they or family will never look at death in a foreign place for someone else’s agenda or weekly/monthly subsidy payment. A corrupt group of evil people exposed.

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        • lftpm says:

          The destruction of the Caliphate necessarily created opportunities for realignments. If we stayed in Syria, we would have perpetual skirmishing and sniper attacks against our troops, as happened in Afghanistan. No decent American would want our men and women put in harm’s way to achieve no beneficial outcome for America.

          Trump’s pullout created a void. Turkey decided to fill it. Unfortunately, instead of policing and keeping Isis from resurging, Erdogan chose to attack Kurds, whose Turkish insurgents have long been a thorn in Ankara’s backside.

          The Kurds, who are longtime free rangers living in Turkey, Syria and Iran, but without loyalty to any established government, were forced to seek an alliance with Assad, which he acceded to. This brings them protection from the Turks through the Syrian government, and its partners Russia and Iran. Then Trump added sanctions. Turkey will likely be out of Syria before Thanksgiving.

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        • cwf60 says:

          There is a lot of money to be made by the traitors in Congress.

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        • Alfred Brown says:

          But Dimms and RINOs can’t make oodles of Money that way!
          ECCL. 10:19
          Youse can Wine me and Youse can Dine me
          But da Money Talks!

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        Love that, GB. Brit Hume is the one in trouble, and he knows it. How did he even escape that affair with Megan-with-a-Y unscathed? He’s a used rag.

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        • GB Bari says:

          I once used to really like Brit. He seemed to keep his head glued on when others were frothing at the republicans. I always thought he seemed to use better logic. But then PDJT came along and Brit showed his true colors.

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          • bruzedorange says:

            I haven’t changed my mind about Brit Hume, but I do reaize that his expertise is based on the Washington rules of leadership best displayed by Ronald Reagan in a past era.

            Donald Trump is no Ronald Reagan–but neither is today’s opposition like the opposition party of Tip O’Neil. Reagan was fighting Communism around the world. I don’t think Brit has accepted that today’s Washington and Deep State ARE the enemies of freedom.

            Brit remembers a Washington that–however imperfect–still served the interests of the people and their Constitution. For him, Trump is like the bull in a china shop (oh yes, pun-intended!) rather than like Jesus cleansing the temple of money-changers and corrupt sellers.

      • chipin8511 says:

        Money paid from MIC and corporations is why they voted this way…No more Wars no more $$$$$$ to get rich and campaign funds..Trump is defunding their campaign…Most every one of these rotten bast**rds are in for the $$$$ and owned by Corporations biggest deal when they get there is what committees do I get to set on? $$$$$$$$$$$$.. That is why the hate Trump they are all club members of the uni-party..

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      • Blue Wildflower says:

        We have to hold strong and demand a reason why the Republican House members voted with Nancy when President Trump was saying he could handle it. This can not be forgotten, they must give us a reason or they can never be trusted again.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      This is like voting “against” climate change. Politicians love to be on the side of the angels. But if you take your colleagues seriously, like Macron in France taxing gasoline to “change” the climate, you’ll suddenly be in that “political trouble” Hume prognosticates.

      Some day soon, a President, probably our Trump, when an incipient crisis appears, will simply turn to the Congress and say “You’re my co-equal, Nancy? Perfect; I’m not doing a damn thing until you direct me, specifically, what to do. Absolutely no military action without your order.”

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      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        Exactly. Which is why this resolution is just laughable. War was never declared in the first place. Trump is the CIC and he has the first and last say in what happens to the military.

        Trump should tell them that’s a lovely resolution and say I’m still pulling them out. If you don’t want that then declare war. Oh, and even after you declare war, I’m still the CIC and won’t take any action but to pull out. Thanks.

        These Reps and Senators really think we are morons. They think we don’t know how things are supposed to work per the Constitution. They make things up and use the MSM to guide the morons along.

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    • Those R’s didn’t just vote against POTUS, they voted against the 95% of the Republicans who support the President and the 63 million who voted for him. I am wondering who they think they represent.

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    • Disruptor says:

      Brit the never-Trumper.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      Brit – that just proves when the pigs when to the trough and found it was empty they got very, very angry.

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  5. railer says:

    Lindsey Graham better watch out. There is a MASSIVE threat contained in Trump’s statements below. Graham has been posturing like he can buddy up with Trump and then knife him if the time ever comes. Guess what, there was another guy playing that game at the same time, and he can speak directly to Graham’s voters. All he has to do is suddenly TURN, and state the reasons why he did so, and let the voters decide. That’s the downside of clumsily playing the insider game with Trump. He did the same thing with Theresa May, endorsing her sorta, then in the end shivving her when she departed from what he thought was best. It definitely was part of why she had to get out. Trump changing his mind about somebody when he doesn’t get what he wants is a pretty potent weapon, if they previously sought his alliance in any way. He’s a very seductive guy. These poor Swamp creatures are a befuddled bunch if they think they can outwit him.

    “I think Lindsey should focus on Judiciary. He ought to find out about what happened with Comey, what happened with McCabe, Lisa, what happened with Peter Strzok, what happened with President Obama, what happened with Brennan,” he said, referring to a cast of his favorite political punching bags who played a role in the Russia investigation.
    “That’s what Lindsey ought to focus on,” he continued. “That’s what the people of South Carolina want him to focus on. The people of South Carolina don’t want us to get into a war with Turkey, a NATO member, or with Syria.”
    Trump brandished his political bona fides as proof, arguing that he knew South Carolinians wanted to see troops return to the U.S. because “I won an election based on that. Whether it’s good or bad, that’s the way it is. If you look at this country, I’d be willing to bet anything — political instinct — that’s what the country wants.”

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  6. Loren says:

    We have all seen this before, right! Its all show no go. Pure show piece. President Trump is destroying the ‘SWAMP’, doubt it not.

    Great job President Trump and Thank You.

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  7. Lottacats says:

    Bi-tch Be Gone! She’s always got a bad attitude, she hates him and it shows. Her snarky looks and handshakes are cringeworthy. She always been the name caller.

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  8. woohoowee says:

    Thank you, Mr. President!

    I ain’t gonna study war no more, Hallelujah

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  9. spoogels says:

    Gerry and the Atrics

    The Muppet Show: Geri & The Atrics “Ramalamadingdong”

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  10. Blind no Longer says:

    War as a business that pads the pocketbooks of politicians and their families and friends…has been exposed! Some of these asshats in D.C. better wake up and smell the leftover truth bombs that President Trump WON on.
    We see the false flags and CIA/intelligence conspirators for what they are now. No more precious American blood shed for people who have been fighting each other for thousands of years, and will be fighting each other for another thousand years regardless of whether we help them or not.

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  11. Dar Adal says:

    Me thinks the Botox has entered Nancy’s brain which now moves as little as her face.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      She’s a terrible human and a terrible American but she’s a fabulous politician. The same could be said for Schumer, Feinstein, Lindsay Graham, McConnell, and a very few others.

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  12. HB says:

    Zoom in on the President’s face in the middle picture. That’s an incredulous look.

    “What the f!&# are you talkin about Nancy?”

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  13. clodfobble says:

    POTUS Trump truly knows how to skin the dems and their “repub” uni-party clones to reveal the war mongering monsters they really are. The war profiteers pay the war mongers in congress millions to do their bidding and a token troop reduction brings out the TDS hate in abundance. President Trump is a man of the people. The swamp… well it is just disgusting.

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  14. Sigh2016 says:

    Awww…nan and chuckles gots the sadz. Seriously, that first picture, though.

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  15. mylabs5 says:

    She’s like a dating site skank who is trying to get revenge on a guy who snubbed her, like Glenn Close in “Fatal Attraction”. Any day now I expect her send Trump a dead bunny. If she keeps it up Trump should report her to the FBI for stalking.

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  16. meadowlarkspring says:

    She makes it her twitter cover photo. Scary. Her advisors need help too.

    https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/16/politics/nancy-pelosi-trump-twitter-cover-photo/index.html

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  17. bessie2003 says:

    Really like the lighting in the cabinet room, the eagle shaped sconces holding the large globes, sets a wonderfully commanding tone. All that new lighting, I think it’s new, very pretty.

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  18. annieoakley says:

    Did Nan make that finger pointed at the President of the United States into a gun? A 12 year old has been charged with a FELONY for doing just that to HER tormentors.

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  19. Caius Lowell says:

    All you need to know about nation building can be learned in Afghanistan, a huge waste of American time, resources, and lives…

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  20. Pokey says:

    Things were way different in 2001 and even in 2004. I agree with PDJT on the Syrian withdrawal, but not because it is always better to avoid war. We don’t fight wars to win them and destroy our enemies when that should be the only object of any war. You don’t have to get stuck in these third world sh#tholes for long if they are defeated and destroyed. They will sue for peace if they are destroyed by war and that is all you will get for winning. Of course, that approach does not allow for the usual profiteering by the industrial side of the military-industrial complex after the war part is over.

    We should have learned that we cannot build new Republics out of war torn medieval fiefdoms. They won’t understand the basic concepts. Next subject for thought provoking discussion, I hope.

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  21. MsDollie says:

    Nancy can’t stand the heat POTUS brings … if only she would actually get out of the kitchen, permanently.

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  22. Disruptor says:

    I’m not sure Nancy Pelosi is a third rate politician, but she’s definitely a third rate human being.

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  23. Rynn69 says:

    Oh my, oh my, oh my. Only Sundance could summarize a complex issue with three pics. Bravo!

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  24. maxisbest says:

    Lindsey Graham is really turning back into a DC scumbag. After going off on President Trump in his best “Do you know I’m a senator and I know foreign policy” act, now he’s trying to twist his way out of it by, get this…. partnering with Nancy Pelosi on a new resolution….here’s Pelosi’s take on it:
    “Pleased to have a conversation with Senator @LindseyGrahamSC this morning.” .. “Our first order of business was to agree that we must have a bipartisan, bicameral joint resolution to overturn the President’s dangerous decision in Syria immediately.”

    And here’s the weasel, lying through his teeth:
    Graham explained the joint resolution that he and Pelosi are putting together is meant to strengthen sanctions the Trump administration imposes, not overturn the president’s decision to remove U.S. troops from the Syrian border…. “There’s going to be crippling sanctions imposed by the Congress to supplement what President Trump’s administration has done,” Graham said. “We’re going to break [Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s] economy until he stops the bloodshed.”

    This guy really is the embodiment of the DC sewer rat. He sold President Trump out twice in 24 hours! He knew all along that Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and President Trump were not giving the green light for Turkey’s incursion into Syria and look where he ends up…partnering on a resolution with Pelosi with the sole purpose to cut the knees out from President Trump.

    How do these people live with themselves?

    https://www.westernjournal.com/nancy-pelosi-claims-plan-overturn-presidents-dangerous-decision-syria/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=conservative-brief-WJ&utm_campaign=dailypm&utm_content=western-journal

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  25. Phil McCoxwell says:

    It must really eat at their souls that they have to stand before the American people and pretend that we are too stupid to see just how owned and paid for they all are. Somewhere in their dark hearts they have to love this country, but yet they have all made deals with the devil and he has called in his marker on every last one of them. The greed they claim we patriotic Americans pray to the alter of is truly their burden. They are the only ones who think we haven’t noticed. This exactly why the democrat party is dead. Only a rabid cornered dog would dare bite the hand that feeds it and dare expose to its master its ability to betray him. The democrats find themselves in a corner and they have bit the American people. Now they are about to be without a home and the comfort they have become accustomed to is about to be gone. They have nothing to lose. This can be the only reason they are lashing out at every day Americans and our history and our culture. They have been duped by worthless riches that cannot be enjoyed when you don’t have a soul and your character has a lien against it by the devil. Just look at how angry and sad they all are…..and how happy our president is…what a contrast.

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  26. John-Y128 says:

    A lot of praying going on in DC, “I pray to Joe Pesci because he gets things done”.

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  27. phieudawg says:

    Pelosi is pathetic. She needs to retire.

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  28. phieudawg says:

    Pelosi is pathetic. She needs to retire.

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  29. phieudawg says:

    Pelosi is pathetic. She needs to retire.

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  30. 8675310 says:

    There is a very fine film that illustrates the core of this issue. The Russia House, with Sean Connery.

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  31. Bigtex52 says:

    Pelosi will never, EVER, wear the moniker of “Iron Lady”. Mob princess is more befitting her style.

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  32. Hila says:

    We the majority call pelosi a swamp rat, a traitor to Americans, a crooked rep and a useless political figure. We say her crimes exceed any number of plots she and the cabal may have dreamed, and each one of those plots fall on their own heads. Corrupt, psychotic liars, thieves like her have no place in America, no place to hide, someplace to be. Justice be upon all her words that self obliterated her. AMERICA ALWAYS FREE FROM SUCH! She will be standing soon, standing in frint6of her JUDGE.

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