Jan 10, 2018

TRAITORS! Proofs Of Trump And The GOP Being Traitors! (A Walk-through The Russia Lies & Coverups)

1. #CorkerKickback: A Perfect Example Of The GOP Openly Using Bribes To Get Votes On Their Sham Tax Bill
2. Proofs That Trump Is Nothing But A Dictator, And Tyrant, At Heart
3. Explaining Trump Asking Comey For A Loyalty Oath As Trump's Inner African Dictator (GOP's "Loyalty Oaths" & Treasonous Tendencies Are Preventing Them From Impeaching Trump)

A - rather long - walkthrough some of the proofs that clearly show Trump and the GOP have been lying about Russia and have been covering up thier investigation - and spreading false narratives - to try and coverup the truth. They are all traitors to teh Constitution and thus America.

Notice a former Watergate prosecutor CAN make the case for obstruction of justice...

Fmr. Watergate prosecutor: I can make Trump obstruction case Former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks says she now knows she can make an obstruction of justice case against President Trump. Duration: 0:48

And here are the Republicans Obstructing Justice in thier own right! (Apparently the only difference between Nixon and Trump is that the GOP weren't are bought traitors in the past);

History offers Trump lesson in attacking investigations Leon Neyfakh, host of the "Slow Burn" Watergate podcast, talks with Rachel Maddow about how Nixon's effort to push back on the Watergate investigation compares to the Trump Republican effort to discredit the FBI and Robert Mueller's Trump Russia investigation. Duration: 7:12

Now begins the proof of treason by Trump and the GOP by covering up truth and lying to everyone (including their constituents who listen to their Nazi propaganda channel, Fox News).

Dossier didn't trigger Trump Russia probe; GOP pretends otherwise Mark Mazzetti, Washington investigations editor for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about his reporting that the Trump Russia investigation was triggered by a tip from U.S. allies, not the Christopher Steele dossier. Duration: 17:22


Congress is hiding testimony showing they think they are above the people and thus not working for the propel...

Republicans actually released snippets to help their propaganda campaign to discredit the probe!...

The people who testified for hours asked the transcripts be released (a reasonable request for a non-dictator based democracy)...

An avenue of research was indicated to determine whether Trump is innocent... Congress went the other way indicating Trump isn't innocent and they are in league with him (as if the WHOLE GOP was suddenly copies of Nixon)...

In the dossier funders own words...

Note: the question asked was, " Why did Mr. trump repeatedly seek to do deals in a notoriously corrupt police state that most serious investors shun?"

Turns out the main trigger for the FBI wasn't the dossier (which, if telling the truth about Trump, is valid anyways in a democracy where Rule of Law is cherished) but from a Trump campaign staffer who bragged about it while drunk to an Australian diplomat (that means everyone at the top of Trumps campaign - including Trump - must have known about the 'Clinton dirt by Russia'. its just too big of a deal.)

I think this connection makes the case for treason pretty clear. Trump and his campaign staffers were colluding with Russia to release her emails, which triggered an FBI investigation which, with the media hysterical outcry (including Russian troll activists helping with right wing propaganda) won the election for Trump. Russia seems to have indirectly won Trump the Presidency! Working with a traditional enemy Government to win an election to give yourself tax breaks and do money laundering and break the emoluments clause of the constitution (cause their is no specific LAW stopping Trump from violating the Constitution so he basically said F*** YOU to the Constitution). You might think that this constitutional violations would matter but Fox News is a Nazi style propaganda outlet and Alex Jones just came out and basically said 'we don't care if Trump is like Hitler. Hitler fulfilled his promises and so does Trump' (ending the debate of whether the right wing media does anything for moral reasons. Now we are dealing with an internal struggle against a Nazi party that could easily produce the next Hitler)

More proofs...

Clearly there is nothing the GOP won't do to protect Trump...

Republicans protecting Trump at all costs Despite reports the president is manifestly unqualified for the job, Congressional Republicans are working to protect him at all costs. Duration: 1:49

Clearly Representatives need to do more to get the truth out to the public (where it should be in the first place!)...

Odd move could make Fusion GPS transcript public over GOP wishes Rachel Maddow looks back at the unusual Congressional trick used by then-Senator Mike Gravel to get the Pentagon Papers into the public record, and notes that Democrats may need to be even craftier to get on Republican resistance to publishing the transcript of Fusion GPS testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Duration: 15:10

Fortunately, Feinstien did what Democrats should be doing for ALL Republicans, i.e. exposing ANY documents they want to keep hidden (its about time the Democrats had some real leadership)...

Feinstein defies Republicans, publishes Fusion GPS transcript Rachel Maddow reports on the release by Senator Diane Feinstein of the transcript of the House Judiciary Committee testimony of Glenn Simpson, co-founder of Fusion GPS, the company that commissioned the Trump Russia dossier. Duration: 8:49

It is a brave thing that Feinstein did and we need more of it...

Lawrence: The 'most important act' since Trump's inauguration Senate Judiciary ranking member Dianne Feinstein broke with Senate traditions and norms by releasing a transcript Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson's testimony about the dossier over the objections of Republican Chairman Chuck Grassley. Duration: 8:03

From Feinstein we can now CONFIRM that the GOP have been lying and covering up this investigation for evil ulterior motives...

Opacity of Trump's Russia dealings drew Fusion GPS attention Rachel Maddow reads highlights from the Fusion GPS Senate Judiciary transcript in which co-founder Glenn Simpson describes the broad scope of their project and how the opacity of Donald Trump's Russia dealings caused them to seek out a Russia specialist. Duration: 5:55

The firm did an overall examination into Trump's business (something we should be doing before ALLOWING a candidate to run, such as an examination of his taxes to see if he fulfills the emoluments clause fo the Constitution which Trump has failed gloriously and the GOP are co-conspirators at this point in defying the Constitution)...

Trump has links to organized crime (he is part criminal already!)...

This is a typical research project that should have been done by the GOP (if it wasn't basically a pro=dictator party)...

Trump was basically hiding what he was up to in Russia (a pattern of behavior that continues to this day). And the GOP was (and probably still is, given their history of treason) helping Trump hide is unholy connections to Russia and its crime lords.

We now have proof positive the GOP have been lying this entire time like tyrants themselves (traitors would be the more appropriate word)...

Sen. Whitehouse: Dossier has held up well despite GOP attacks Senator Sheldon Whitehouse talks with Rachel Maddow about Republican efforts to derail the Trump Russia investigation and how the release of the Fusion GPS transcript puts an end to the misleading narrative they were trying to construct. Duration: 11:13

Not having an open investigation is the very opposite of what America stands for...

Fusion GPS: Dossier sources risked death, someone already killed Rep. Adam Schiff talks with Rachel Maddow about why Republican attacks on Christopher Steele do a disservice to someone who acted appropriately, and explains the life-and-death importance of keeping Steele's sources confidential. Duration: 5:13

What started out as an investigation into Trump's businesses has unveiled corrupt connections that led to a persons death! Trump is most certainly hanging out with the wrong crowd. Clearly, he needs to be grounded...

Fusion GPS dossier author 'feared Trump was blackmail target'
The ex-British spy who compiled a dossier on Donald Trump feared he was being blackmailed by the Kremlin, US Congress has heard.
Former intelligence agent Christopher Steele took his concerns to the FBI in July 2016, the Senate was told.
It was also claimed during the hearing that someone has been killed because of the dossier.
The opposition research was reportedly funded by Trump-rival Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic party.
What was the testimony about?

Tuesday's allegations emerged in a 312-page transcript of a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing from last August.
It featured testimony by Glenn Simpson, head of Fusion GPS, the Washington firm that commissioned the Steele dossier.
Mr Simpson defended the research file, which purported to show financial and personal links between Mr Trump, his advisers and Moscow.
The Senate committee is one of three congressional panels investigating Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 US presidential election and claims of collusion with the Trump campaign.
The White House and many Republicans have argued the Fusion GPS dossier and claims of collusion are a political smear, devoid of credibility.

Messing with the justice system...
New Trump US attorney appointments raise questions Matt Alexod, former senior Justice Department official, talks with Rachel Maddow about the peculiarities in the way the Trump administration has appointed some replacement U.S. attorneys. Duration: 5:52

Innocent people don't constantly repeat sentences (as Trump does with his 'I did not collude' statements)...

Trump: I have 'absolute right' to do what I want with DOJ Trump gave an extensive, impromptu interview with the New York Times in which he denied collusion with Russia 16 times and claimed he has the "absolute right" to do what he wants with the Justice Dept. David Frum, Wendy Sherman, & Natasha Bertrand join Ari Melber. Duration: 15:02

Wanting to change long standing Justice Department laws to help his own situation is also a positive indication of a crime being committed ...

Comey notes claims about Trump confirmed by Priebus notes: NYT Michael Schmidt, reporter for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about his reporting about Donald Trump's pressure on Jeff Sessions not to recuse himself from the Russia probe, and Reince Priebus notes confirming James Comey's notes about encounters with Trump. Duration: 18:25

Another indication that Trump is a liar, knows he's lying, and expects others to know he's lying and help him anyways cause he's President, can be seen from this example;

This is a great (and, apparently, common) illustration of the ridiculouness of Trump's lies (indicating an Obstruction Of Justice, at the very least, for petty "bow to me" type reasons). One guy on Fox news lies (probably to help out Trump)...

Fox reporter lies about time frame of Manafort indictment to claim it was "well before Paul Manafort became associated with the Trump campaign" Rosen claimed indictment charges were "all focused on the period 2006 to 2015," but the indictment states "2006 through at least 2016"

JAMES ROSEN: The charges unsealed this morning illustrate the near limitless scope of the Mueller investigation and, possibly, the special counsel's intention to use his ability to probe various matters as a way of developing more information on the Russia collusion angle that was supposed to be his main focus. Paul Manafort, for a time the president's campaign manager last year, and his associate Rick Gates surrendered to federal authorities this morning and are due to appear in court later today to enter pleas to a dozen charges filed by the special counsel's team. The charges Mr. Mueller has brought are all focused on the period 2006 to 2015, well before Paul Manafort became associated with the Trump campaign. Sources close to the case believe the Mueller team, which is known to employ some hardball operators as prosecutors, is using the specter of prison time for alleged financial crimes committed as long as 11 years ago to compel testimony from Manafort and Gates that could implicate the president or other individuals connected to the Trump campaign in alleged collusion with the Kremlin last year. 

Trump sees this on Fox News - knows its meant to cover him and thinks its a great lie to tell - and then repeats this lie on twitter (probably expecting Fox to back him up, obviously)...

Trump's lie about Manafort's illegal activity predating his campaign came from Fox News

In response to the news that President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was indicted for, among other things, money laundering and acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign principal, Trump tweeted a Fox News talking point that Manafort’s alleged criminal activity occurred before he joined the campaign. But the first page of the indictment states that in an attempt to hide payments he received from Ukraine, Manafort was laundering money at least through the election year;  Manafort served as Trump’s campaign manager between March and August 2016.
The first page of the indictment reads (emphasis added):
MANAFORT and GATES generated tens of millions of dollars in income as a result of their Ukraine work. In order to hide Ukraine payments from United States authorities, from approximately 2006 through at least 2016, MANAFORT and GATES laundered the money through scores of United States and foreign corporations, partnerships, and bank accounts.
Trump falsely claimed on Twitter that Manafort’s alleged criminal actions didn’t occur during his time with the campaign:
Sorry, but this is years ago, before Paul Manafort was part of the Trump campaign. But why aren't Crooked Hillary & the Dems the focus?????
Fox News had repeated this false talking point several times prior to Trump’s tweet. On Fox & Friends earlier this morning, co-host Steve Doocy commented that Manafort had “some suspicious wire transfers back in 2012, 2013, many years before he joined Trump.” Doocy later seemed to suggest the White House adopt the talking point that Trump eventually tweeted: “But ultimately, I would imagine the people in the White House are going to start talking later today about, ‘Well, if that's all they've got, something -- the guy who ran the campaign last year, something he did 5, 10 years earlier, we're OK.’”
It’s been well documented that Trump regularly watches Fox’s morning programming. Even this morning, before details of Manafort’s indictment were reported, Trump tweeted his thanks to a guest on Fox & Friendsfor his performance on the show.
The same talking point was repeated later on Fox News, before Trump’s tweet. On America’s NewsroomFox contributor Byron York said, “These are all alleged crimes that, if they took place, took place years before he joined the Trump campaign.” A few minutes later, Fox guest David Hoppe said the indictment “is for things that happened well before Paul Manafort was ever involved with the Trump campaign.

For some reason, maybe beause the National Spotlight suddenly came upon him and he went from "backing up Trump" to 'giving Trump lies to sell", he suddenly had to hold to his lie (like Hannity does) or back down. He chose to back down...

Fox reporter corrects his false claim about scope of Manafort indictment ending before he worked for the Trump campaign Rosen used previously botched time frame to falsely assert indictment covered only time “well before Paul Manafort became associated with the Trump campaign”

JAMES ROSEN: I also want to correct, if I may, Harris, one inaccuracy from my reporting on air earlier today. I stated apparently, according to my detractors on Twitter, that the scope of the [Paul] Manafort-[Rick] Gates indictment extends from 2005 to 2015. That is when Misters Manafort and Gates represented the Ukrainian interests that are at the heart of the indictment. But the indictment also does state that the alleged financial crimes by Misters Manafort and Gates extended possibly into 2017.

Proofs that Trump is reaching for lies to spread;

Six far-right conspiracy theories that reached Congress and the White House in 2017

During the past year, there were two major developments on the political and media landscape. The first, which started before 2017 but picked up steam during the past year, was that traditional conservative media, alreadyconduit for conspiracy theoriesbecame increasingly open to amplifying misinformation from the far-right. The second was that Donald Trump was inaugurated as president -- a man who would embrace conspiracy theories to an extent that no high-ranking public official, much less the president, had ever done. When combined, these developments led to some conspiracy theories, which started off in far corners of the internet, reaching members of the House of Representatives and the White House -- sometimes within a matter of days. Here are a few examples.

Obama is operating a “shadow government” in Washington, D.C.

Far-right rally in Charlottesville was a liberal set-up

Roy Moore’s accusers were bribed and one of them forged Moore’s signature

A former Obama official confirmed that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower

Truck drivers in Puerto Rico were on a strike during relief efforts after Hurricane Maria

Read details.

This is a conspiracy theory pushed by Alex Jones and Hannity (mainstream for right wing media)...

The White House’s 'deep state' obsession Donald Trump once again attacked his own Justice Department, calling it 'Deep State Justice Department' in a tweet on Tuesday. Duration: 7:44

Clearly Trump has gone way over the edge on this proving he is guilty...

Trump DoJ assertion more than Nixon would have dared: Beschloss Michael Beschloss, NBC News presidential historian, talks with Joy Reid about the historical context for Donald Trump's assertions about his power over the Justice Department and its investigations. Duration: 4:21

Moment of Zen

TRUMP VS. BANNON: WHO DO YOU EVEN ROOT FOR? 1/3/2018 Steve Bannon accuses members of the Trump campaign of colluding with Russia during the 2016 election, prompting President Trump to lash out at his former chief strategist.

After Bannon’s ‘treason’ comment, Trump unloads on former aide

As much of the political world knows, in June 2016, top members of Donald Trump’s inner circle – Donald Trump Jr, Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort – met with a group of Russians in the hopes of obtaining dirt on Hillary Clinton. The meeting is but one piece of compelling evidence that the Republican campaign sought and received assistance from Vladimir Putin’s government during the American presidential race.

And while it’s common for the president’s critics to raise the alarm about the meeting, it’s something else when Trump’s former chief strategist uses words like “treasonous.” NBC News reports today on Michael Wolff’s new book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” which includes some striking quotes from Steve Bannon.
In a new book, Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, calls a meeting of Trump campaign officials with a Russian lawyer in Trump Tower during the presidential campaign “treasonous” and “unpatriotic.” […]
“The three senior guys in the campaign thought it was a good idea to meet with a foreign government inside Trump Tower in the conference room on the 25th floor with no lawyers,” Bannon said, according to a copy of the book obtained by NBC News.
“Even if you thought that this was not treasonous, or unpatriotic, or bad shit, and I happen to think it’s all of that, you should have called the FBI immediately,” he added.
We now know, of course, that no one from Team Trump called the FBI. On the contrary, Trump and his aides instead lied repeatedly about their campaign’s communications with Russians.

Not surprisingly, Bannon’s provocative rhetoric did not go unnoticed among his former colleagues at the White House.

Trump issued a written statement, which he obviously didn’t write himself, but which pushed back against Bannon with considerable vigor:
“Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency. When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind. Steve was a staffer who worked for me after I had already won the nomination by defeating seventeen candidates, often described as the most talented field ever assembled in the Republican party.
“Now that he is on his own, Steve is learning that winning isn’t as easy as I make it look. Steve had very little to do with our historic victory, which was delivered by the forgotten men and women of this country. Yet Steve had everything to do with the loss of a Senate seat in Alabama held for more than thirty years by Republicans. Steve doesn’t represent my base—he’s only in it for himself.
“Steve pretends to be at war with the media, which he calls the opposition party, yet he spent his time at the White House leaking false information to the media to make himself seem far more important than he was. It is the only thing he does well. Steve was rarely in a one-on-one meeting with me and only pretends to have had influence to fool a few people with no access and no clue, whom he helped write phony books.”
Well then.

GOP's Treasonous Role 

Senator Grassley has turned out to be one of the biggest obstructs of all (actually hiding information from the people he is supposed to represent!)...

Blumenthal: Make Trump Jr, Fusion GPS testimony transcript public Senator Richard Blumenthal talks with Rachel Maddow about the growing pressure on Senate Judiciary chair Chuck Grassley to release the Fusion GPS testimony transcript to the public, as well as that of Donald Trump Jr. Duration: 9:22


Notice, Congress is harassing the people researching the President to keep him straight - EXACTLY what we would expect in a dictatorship! (It's like Trump trying to silence a book about him)...

This is the most bullsh*t excuse one could come up with. This information NOW has to be protected to avoid tainting the memory of witnesses but if he had talked for 10 hours in public six months ago, that OK...

As Maddow puts it, that TWO arguments (a sure sign Grassley is lying)...

Another walk-through how Grassley and Lindsey Graham are acting like tyrants...

Republicans, compliant FBI make progress undermining Russia probe Rachel Maddow looks at how Republican interest in investigating Russia's intrusion in the 2016 election has turned over the course of the past year to an interest in undermining that investigation, and how the FBI has become more compliant as Trump and Republicans have stepped up attacks. Duration: 22:42

Step by step:

Rather than investigate the claims about Trump the GOP wants to go after a person FOR investigating Trump in the first place (the very opposite of transparency and rule of law)...

Biggest indication that this is the GOP being compliant to thier 'dear leader' is that Trump himself asked GOP to stop the inquiry ...

Then Fox News, who Trump keeps stealing lies from for himself, jumps in with ideas to obstruct justice some more...

Investigating an investigator rather than the charges (its like going after a journalist for reporting the truth). The ultimate proof of treason...

Everyone in the GOP is involved in the obstruction...

Is the GOP's public pressure, instigated by Trump, to squash an independent investigation into Trump, working? 

Moment Of Zen: Fox News is at the heart of the GOP's obstruction strategies and arguments...

AN EVEN "SPECIALER" PROSECUTOR TO STOP ROBERT MUELLER Jordan delves into Robert Mueller's shadowy background before the special counsel's attempted coup has a chance to become a reality.

Why the anti-Mueller sentiment on Fox keeps getting worse

Fox News’ coverage of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is growing ever-darker, as my colleague Simon Maloy noted last week, with the network’s Trump-loving commentators offering up increasingly hysterical warnings that Mueller needs to be fired before he destroys the rule of law and the republic.
Eight nights ago, for example, Sean Hannity declared Mueller a “direct threat to you, the American people and our American republic.” Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett chimed in, claiming that “Mueller has been using the FBI as a political weapon,” turning the bureau into “America's secret police” just like “the old KGB.”
This discussion was irresponsible and dangerous. But it also set a new bar for fearmongering about the Mueller investigation. And so the president’s lackeys, who are eager to kill Mueller’s probe before its completion, have spent the last week going on Fox and trying to clear it.
They are on an invective escalator. Every new development in the Russia probe requires ever-more-inflammatory rhetoric -- for Jarrett and Hannity, the false KGB comparison was just the logical next step from comparing the Mueller team to the Mob. The tenor of the criticism only becomes more hysterical. A new, baseless “conflict of interest” for a member of Mueller’s team raises the bar. But so does a former Trump aide copping a plea in exchange for working with the special counsel’s office -- it gets presented not as evidence Mueller’s probe is on the level, but evidence that it is not.
Meanwhile, their audience -- which at times includes the president -- receives increasingly dire warnings that a professional probe run by a Republican who was appointed FBI director by a president of each party is actually a corrupt effort at a deep state coup.
But how do you top comparing the FBI to the KGB?
Jeanine Pirro calls for a “cleansing” of the FBI and DOJ
Here’s how Fox News host Jeanine Pirro opened her show on Saturday night:

.@JudgeJeanine: "There is a cleansing needed in our FBI and Department of Justice. It needs to be cleansed of individuals who should not just be fired but need to be taken out in handcuffs."
Over a seven-plus-minute monologue, she specifically called for “handcuffs” for FBI agent Peter Strzok and Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe, and piled on criticism for Mueller, James Comey, senior DOJ official Bruce Ohr, and current FBI Director Christopher Wray. “The stench coming out of the Justice Department and the FBI is like that of a Third World country, where money and bullies and clubs decide elections. It all started when ‘Cardinal’ Comey destroyed our FBI with political hacks to set events in motion to destroy the republic because they didn’t like the man we chose to be our president. Well, it’s time to take them out, in cuffs,” she concluded.
Pirro is a friend and sometime adviser to the president, who regularly tunes in to her program. She reportedly took her conspiracy theories to the White House last month, denouncing Comey and Mueller in an Oval Officemeeting with the president and his top aides. Pirro may be angling to join the administration so she can carry out this purge of the law enforcement apparatus; she reportedly interviewed to be deputy attorney general during the transition
Tom Fitton asks if the FBI needs to be shut down because it is now a “KGB-type operation”
For Tom Fitton, head of the conservative advocacy group Judicial Watch, those who are simply calling for Mueller’s firing haven’t gone far enough:

.@TomFitton: "I think the FBI's been compromised. Forget about shutting down Mr. Mueller. Do we need to shut down the @FBIbecause it was turned into a KGB-type operation by the Obama administration?"
Fitton’s comments last night are an obvious one-up on last week’s KGB comparison -- the situation may now be so dire that it requires destroying the entire bureau in order to save it.
Lou Dobbs: Trump should be exonerated because he won the election 
On December 11, Lou Dobbs said on his Fox Business show that Sessions’ recusal from the Russia investigation may be because he’s been blackmailed by the “deep state.” After Fox contributor Jason Chaffetz criticized Sessions, calling for congressional action but clarifying that he’s “not saying it has to go the Republicans' way,” Dobbs replied, “Why the hell shouldn't it go the Republicans' way? We elected a Republican president.” Dobbs added that the congressional Republican leadership should be “standing shoulder to shoulder with Trump” and “bring this thing to a conclusion.”
And there it is, a direct call for ending the Mueller investigation purely because it targets the Republican administration. It’s hard to top that. But they’ll find a way.

There it is. the Republicans are total hypocrites on democracy and not liking dictators cause they clearly do and are unconstitutional and un-American scum themselves.


On Fox News, The Daily Beast's Michael Tomasky calls out Fox's hypocrisy in downplaying Trump-Russia storiesTomasky: "If President Hillary Clinton had fired an FBI director who was conducting a probe into her campaign, I think that on this network and other some conservative media outlets there'd be a big hue and cry about it"

Fox News host upset that reporters asked the White House about indictments of former Trump campaign officials Neil Cavuto: "Not one question about what could be the most momentous move on taxes in a generation"

More info:

I've been keeping track of GOP's treasonous activities from time to time...

Treasonous Activities

The following set of links is about the time the GOP pushed a narrative that was anti-peace and pro war to fight Obama's policy of dealing with Iran (its the sort of thing you would expect from citizens trying to stop war, not start one!)

Iran Debate Highlights

Donald Trump

Overview Of The GOP/Republicans

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