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Would President Pence be a bad thing?

As long as he keeps Stephen Miller and Jeff Sessions as AG and continues the Trump administration’s policies towards immigration and appointing conservative federal judges (and I’m sure that it’s someone on Trump’s staff who is finding the conservative judges and not Trump himself), then President Pence wouldn’t be a bad thing.

Although, I am sure that Pence would be more actively anti-abortion, which is a direction that’s bad for uniting people behind a populist conservative agenda, because it paints Republicans as just a special-interest Christian party and not a general party for regular people who aren’t SJWs or favored minorities.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

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  1. The immediate policy consequences probably wouldn’t be very big, but you never know.

    The true hope of a Trump administration is that Trump can somehow miraculously be re-elected, and after 8 years of Trump, the Republican Party has changed such that someone more eloquent than Trump can run for President by actually communicating Trumpist ideas in a coherent, intelligent way that uses facts instead of obvious falsehoods.

    If Trump is ousted or loses in 2020, then the conclusion will be that Trumpism was always a backward, doomed philosophy and maybe Jeb was right all along.

    Wency

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  2. For the Republican Party, he’d be a disaster. Pence doesn’t understand populism, nationalism, or the issues the GOP needs to focus on in order to build a successful coalition. Trump is the training wheels the GOP needs to transition in to a viable electoral majority. With Pence, you have a one term President who would lead his party (and Western Civilization itself) in to suicide.

    PerezHBD

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  3. President Pence…. don’t even go there Lion.

    Roli

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • He might get your pretty boy Trudope to shut up for once, with his tight lip grimace — I hate guys with full of fluff.

      JS

      December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Agreed. DO NOT GO THERE, Lion, or ANYbody.

      kurt123456789

      December 2, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Why would we “not go there”?

        Clearly “Clinton Fatigue ” was a real thing, but that took 6 years to set in.

        Trump fatigue will be palpable in another year. People dont want a constant stream of chaos from the government. Its very draining.

        The only thing that could unit the country is the west coast getting nuked by North Korea. But even at that some people will blame Trump, and Trump will find a way to make a gaff.

        Lion of the Turambar

        December 2, 2017 at EDT pm

  4. He might keep Sessions, but you’d think the White House would be totally cleaned out.

    IHTG

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Only because they would be toxic by association with Trump. The vast vast majority were just GOP establishment hacks that a president Pence or Ryan would have had no problem with to begin with.

      Magnavox

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

  5. Yes it would be a bad thing. Only Trump is capable of leading this movement at this time.

    Trump isn’t going to be removed though. It would cause a literal civil war.

    Otis the Sweaty

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  6. He would be pro-immigration, pro international trade and socially retrograde. All the populist agenda would fade away. A Bush III. Trump is not dead though. Everyone understand Mueller could have Flynn confess being a former queer transexual now considering he risks 5 years in jail. And besides, talking to russian in itself is not a crime. That’s not a conspiracy against the USA in itself.

    Bruno

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • He would be pro-immigration, pro international trade and socially retrograde. All the populist agenda would fade away. A Bush III.

      Yep. Pence is nothing like Trump . He is a Christians fundamentalist, nerdy tru-con.

      Open borders, globalist trade, “muh conservative values”, goofball.

      Plus he seems somewhat retarded.

      Don’t minimize Trump’s intelligence, unbelievable energy level or his commitment to populist nationalism.

      Pence is in that Bush family/Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, John Kasich wing of Republicans.

      Trump was smart to bring him on the team as a help with evangelicals and the people he knows in Congress.

      That’s it.

      Rifleman

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

  7. Why do you ask? Do you think there’s some way Trump could be removed from office? Or impeached?

    GondwanaMan

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • A lot of Republicans in both the House and the Senate would have to turn against him.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

      • I think most of the Congressional GOP would be relieved if Trump died of a heart attack one night and then Pence became president. Trump is still quite hearty and hale, however.

        While I think they would be tempted to do it, the GOPe would ultimately conclude that impeaching Trump would be too politically disastrous for them. Granted, the calculus could change, but unless Trump sold American uranium to Putin (aha!) then the Republicans will probably stick with Trump, even if begrudgingly.

        I personally am not so worried about the Russia investigation. It’s 95% baloney. Let’s just look at US-Russian ties over the last year: not much improvement at all. There is less friction over Syria, but otherwise there has been virtually no improvement, and if anything mutual suspicions only hardened. Clearly Trump is not a Putinist stooge the way the left claims. Granted, I think Flynn and Manafort are shady characters and they’ll be punished for it, but that’s about it.

        I think the last year has shown that Trump isn’t well suited for political administration, but the ideas he adopted make for a better governing philosophy than what we’ve had since Reagan. As such, I’m not willing to revoke my support for Trump until other politicians run on and implement Trumpism.

        Sid

        December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • A lot of Republicans in both the House and the Senate would have to turn against him.

      They won’t turn against him because Republican voters strongly approve of his job performance.

      Nixon was forced to stand down only because Republican voters turned against him in opinion polls at a time when partisan differences were much narrower.

      That won’t happen with today’s average Republican voter even if Trump did coordinate the email releases with Putin himself, much less if all Mueller has are some inconsistent statements about foreign policy advisors reaching out to Russian officials about sanctions and a UN vote.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  8. It doesn’t matter. The people who want Trump removed because they hold to the Russian Fairy Tale would demand Pence step aside as well, as they would claim he, too benefitted from the “interference”.

    The Man From K Street

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • The Republicans in Congress would NEVER remove Pence. Pence is the Republican they wish was President, which is why we have to worry about this in the first place.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Paul Ryan is the guy they wish was President too, and he is next in line. And you are crazy if you think the Establishment would let Miller stay on (he’d be their very first target for removal) or that Pence would lift a finger to save him.

        AJ Delgado has gotten in to a public flame war on Twitter past few days with the chubby guy that shares Stephen Miller’s name and was tapped to serve as Trump’s communications director before it came out he impregnated Delgado during the campaign (he’s married and he apparently knocked his wife up at the same time). Interesting read: https://twitter.com/AJDelgado13

        PerezHBD

        December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  9. Has Kushner already spoken to the FBI? Is Kushner already entrapped?

    Dan

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • To answer my own question, looks like it:

      https://www.cnbc.com/2017/11/30/jared-kushner-questioned-about-michael-flynn-in-muellers-russia-probe-reports-say.html

      “President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has been questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller’s team of investigators about former national security adviser Michael Flynn.”

      So they have the statements being made by Flynn and then separate statements being made by Kushner. And then after Kushner’s testimony they give Flynn immunity. It looks like they are hitting Kushner. Apparently Kushner doesn’t know not to talk to investigators.

      Geez.

      Dan

      December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Kushner is supposed to have more ongoing questioning with the FBI. That is really dumb. It is very clear that Mueller’s team knows exactly what they are doing and they aren’t interested in getting to the bottom of Russian interference in the election. Rather they are trying to get Trump.

        In the same way that Flynn was caught making contradictory statements, that seems to be the plan against Kushner. In a 90 minute testimony (so far) its easy to say something that isn’t correct.

        This a witch hunt. Mueller is playing 4D chess and team Trump is playing checkers. Why are the Trump people cooperating and participating in questioning? They are only giving lots of opportunity for contradictions.

        Dan

        December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Mueller is not even as smart as that little guy who spent a few million dollars of government money against “Scooter” Libby, and got, what – nobody remembers, except little Scooter, and he doesn’t even give it much thought anymore, because nobody cares what these crooked people do to each other. Seriously, if you think Mueller and “4D chess” belong in the same sentence – well, even Mueller would be embarrassed that you would think that. He is just an apparatchik, he knows that.

        howitzer daniel

        December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

      • You’d think Kushner would be wary of the FBI, or any police, since his father went to jail over corruption. Once again, this suggests luck has a lot to do with why successful people are where they are.

        Lowe

        December 2, 2017 at EDT am

      • I thought everyone who had reached a certain degree of success has a personal lawyer that they run everything even remotely relevant through.

        Magnavox

        December 2, 2017 at EDT am

    • Kushner is the one that advocated firing Comey and created this whole mess.

      Magnavox

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

  10. Come on, get real. Pence would be less bad than President Mitt Romney would be, because of inertia. He would immediately start braking national~populist~sub-HDB momentum and ramping up true-con momentum instead.

    Greg Pandatshang

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Pence was historically very shitty on foreign policy. If you are like me and think Obama’s Iran deal was a rather reasonable thing, then Pence is bad news. Pence is a neo-con agent, who in contrast to Trump or Obama would have done something egregiously stupid with Syria.

      bobbybobbob

      December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  11. Pence has proven to be a loyal wing man, and for that he has earned my respect. However, let’s not kid ourselves. He is a neocon evangelicuck and would submit to the old guard in short order.

    B.T.D.T.

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  12. If Trump goes, Pence goes. Pence might even go first, based on what’s leaking so far.

    D

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  13. Trump will not be removed from office. Mueller might end up in Gitmo, though.

    The mere attempt to remove Trump, even by Constitutional means, would result in a violent upheaval. Many, many polititians of both parties and many, many media types would die.

    Bob Sykes

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • I doubt it. People might angrily blog about it or get into arguments between World of Warcraft avatars. The country is full of fat slobs. Pence would make 80% of Trump supporters happy. Around 50% would even be happier.

      99.9% Fine

      December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Reply to 99.9 percent fine: Bob Sykes, in spite of his ridiculous name, is right. We let Kennedy stay in office despite the fact that he was feloniously bonking the sort of women the nasty people of those days called whores, night in and night out, at least as much as he could on the drugs he was on. We let Johnson, a completely weird scumbag, stay in office. We let both Bushes, with their obvious criminal faults, stay in office, we let the anti-Semite puppet Obama stay in office, we let the all but convicted rapist Clinton stay in office. And you think that if “we” decide that the comparatively honorable and likable “Trump” has to go, that it will not be a problem? Not going to happen. Your anti-Trump vision of the future where he is “forced out of office” is a treasonous fantasy.

        howitzer daniel

        December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Predictions:
      Mueller calls a press conference soon and announces an end to his investigation and a complete and utter exoneration of President Trump.
      President Trump calls a press conference and does the nyah, nyah, toldja thing.
      The Democrats take a knee and bow their heads to President Trump, one by one, on the White House lawn, while simultaneously pledging him their fealty forevermore.
      The MSM begs Presidents Trumps forgiveness and forswears fake news forthwith
      Kim Jung retires from NK Supreme God/Leader to play basketball with the Harlem Globetrotters
      President Trump is awarded a double Nobel Peace Prize (much bigger than Obama’s)

      Some of the above may not happen exactly in sequence or immediately.

      gda

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

  14. pence is dumb.

    he wouldn’t follow through with the immigration and trade policies.

    yahoo serious burgundy

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  15. Pence is clearly better than Hillary, and he’s not terrible on immigration (at least compared to most other Republicans). When he was in Congress he was an advocate for a “touch back” amnesty, similar to what Trump favored in the campaign. The miscreants would actually have to return to their home country to apply for returning residency. In fact, I’ve suspected that was one of the reasons Trump picked him as VP, his immigration record was the least offensive of the major Republicans.

    However immigration isn’t a priority for Pence and I doubt he cares at all for Trump’s trade positions, I’m sure a President Pence would gladly trade amnesty for more tax cuts. He’s not really a Trumpist.

    Mike Street Station

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  16. The very idea of Pence would be terrible, because it will have happened as a result of an engineered regicide/coup.

    gothamette

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Otis reads the lefty websites, I read the gossip sites so you don’t have to. On the gossip sites they are CROWING about Flynn, and think that this will surely destroy Trump.

      It’s such bullshit. First, when did lying to the FBI become a sin? The FBI should be lied to. They are evil. They are the NKVD. I grew up when people hated & feared that closeted MF Hoover. The FBI sucks. It’s uncool.

      But moreoever, as McCarthy points out, this is very weak tea, just procedural. Flynn spoke with the Russians about a UN resolution about Israel, which was his right to do, and lied about it, which was probably stupid but no big deal.

      He should get a medal.

      gothamette

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

      • Can’t Trump pardon Flynn, if he wants to? Then give him a medal, haha.

        Lowe

        December 3, 2017 at EDT pm

  17. the ideal is immigration restriction + trade re-negotiation + soak the rich (not all the rich, but those rich who have benefited from globalization).

    globalization has losers.

    in the rich world the losers are the 99%.

    but can’t raise taxes on those who have benefited from globalization…

    because stalin.

    libertarians have pencil moustaches. sad!

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • (not all the rich, but those rich who have benefited from globalization). globalization has losers.

      Even the non globalism ones benefitted from luck, which also has losers.

      Magnavox

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

  18. SJWs say: because discrimination.

    libertarians say: because stalin.

    cucks say: because discrimination AND stalin.

    libertarians have pencil moustaches. sad!

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  19. trump should fire mueller. and he will.

    meuller = butt boy

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  20. can somebody please explain to me why the shitlibs are so upset about this tax bill?

    Otis the Sweaty

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • It gives Trump a victory.

      Richard

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

    • They’re in a constant hysterical meltdown, with their spirits sometimes buoyed by the Russia investigation and the odd victory.

      One of my friends on FB who leans more Bernie Bro but sided decisively with Hillary is upset that the left has expended so much emotional energy on everything, so now they don’t have any saved up for the tax bill in particular.

      Sid

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

    • I am a lib but I love this tax bill. Finally Trump has redeemed himself in my eyes.

      mpt

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

    • It’s certainly smart politics to harp on since it’s a complete betrayal of his supporters and violates explicit promises given repeatedly at rallies. They also need to make people notice how enthusiastic republicans are to raise deficits now, so that when they start talking out of the other side of their mouth and go into fiscal hawk mode about how we need to cut social spending (and violate another repeated Trump pledge), people know just what pieces of shit these people are.

      Magnavox

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

  21. trump is the first woman president.

    if he didin’t have a vagina he would invite moeller to the oval office, and kill him with a ricochet. accidentally.

    sad!

    ron burgundy

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • ron burgundy

      December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Your shiposting kung-fu is strong, young burgundy-san.

      driveallnight

      December 2, 2017 at EDT pm

  22. 2 people banned from ResetEra for saying they wished that the softball game shooter had been more successful.

    Otis the Sweaty

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  23. meme of the year

    December 1, 2017 at EDT pm

  24. What Mueller is doing is out of control and totally opposite of justice. You can get anybody for breaking some law or other if you investigate them long enough and question them long enough. That is exactly what Mueller is doing.

    This is Obama’s justice department, exactly. Weak Jeff Sessions recused himself and lets it all happen, and the rest is Obama’s justice department being 100% political. DC went 4% for Trump so the Grand Jury is almost certainly totally against him.

    Dan

    December 2, 2017 at EDT am

    • Sessions would have had to interfere with the investigation with an extraordinary degree of intelligence and finesse. The establishment (republicans, democrats and the media) would (rightly) have not just let Sessions outright end the investigation or even interfere in an obviously overbearing way.

      Magnavox

      December 2, 2017 at EDT am

  25. The tax cut is also a tax reform for business. I don’t understand why Republican don’t explain it. It is big :

    – The rate goes in the low OECD average, 20% instead of 35%
    – The profit tax for firm goes from being worldwide to be only territorial. That means that firm corporate HQ will come back to the USA with plenty of white collar corportate high paying jobs back to USA
    – For the past, the profits piled up everywhere in the world that were taxable if repatriate to the USA – they would never have been – will be taxed 14.5% (or less depending on Senate/Congress deal). That’s a mountain of money coming back to the USA
    – The investment that have to be capitalized (sometimes on a 20 years period, wich means you deduce each year only 5% of the money you paid for the investment from your profit) will all go the 5 years (you deduce 20% each year) except if it’s an investment that can be capitalized under a shorter period in current law. That means it is a huge boost for business
    – it’s rather a good thing it doesn’t help too much small and mid size business who needs competition to be efficient in driving cost low. Generally they are not able to innovate (or they become big). And they can’t go foreign

    — > Bill is wonderful for big business who will be much richer and – hopefully – will be much more enthousiast in letting all their money in the USA. And it won’t create to much jobs wich is a good thing, because you have very low unemployment, and you don’t want more migration pression. But it will create good white collar jobs for JD/MBA/Master people.

    –> Bad thing. The estate tax of 40% wich was only paid by very rich people (0.2%) because there is a 0 tax rate for inheritance of 5.5 million for each kid, will have the amount go to 11 million per kid. It means a family with 3 kids can transmit at leat 33 millions free of federal tax. Then 35 states don’t even have a state tax. So that means only 1 person out of 2000 will contribute anything to the community when the money come from the sky (their parents, relatives without kids etc). The big lie against this tax is that it is a tax on the dead when in fact it is a tax on the living ones. So the bill is horrible for estate tax.

    For the rest, it’s really a spaghetti law. Some wins. Some loses. It’s not clear. They could have introduce a VAT like in most other countries and reduce income tax to almost 0. When you have VAT, it’s so productive, you don’t need income tax except if you want to redistribute (the better way to redistribute is the estate tax).

    So globally, you have cuts for big firms and the top 0.1% . It means the republican partie is really working hard for the rich and is the true party of the rich. But at the same time, I think that for all people with at least a bachelor degree – around 60 million people, it’s really good. And for nationalist, it is also very good, because being in a mighty rich country is the best thing someone can have : then you have arts, creativity, medicine, etc. All what make a civilization powerful.

    So I would rate the bill a A- (A+ for corporation, B- for individuals ) . I don’t think is such a bad thing that all people say.

    Bruno

    December 2, 2017 at EDT am

    • I’ve just looked into the bill, for the capitalized investment, it’s not what I thought. It’s even better. They can be 100% capitalized in one year. That holds during 5 years. It means if Google bring back 200 billion to the USA. It will pay 30 billion in taxes. For the remaining 170 billion, it can invest them with 34 billion each year, and all the money will diminish their USA profit. And the money they make elsewhere, it can come back to the USA with no tax at all. That’s wonderfull for Google. But that’s very good for graduates. Because I doubt they would have neither paid the 30 billion taxes nor invest 34 billion a year without that incentive.

      A+ for Business.

      Then they are lots of thing for Partner and trust holder like the limitation of technical termination. Basically, if you transfer shares of a business and the receiver or you go through the thresold of 50%, you had to pay taxes like you had closed the business (on all latent profit, like the increased value of your share or your property). This is drastically diminished. Many coporate people were there to get what they wanted. This thing doesn’t help the economy. It’s only good for the rich. All the individual aspects of the Bill is heping rich people.

      When you see the trashy guys who vote for Trump and you see the Bill, you understand that democracy is a kind of a joke

      Bruno

      December 2, 2017 at EDT pm

      • What about the little guy?

        Yakov

        December 2, 2017 at EDT pm

    • The bill is total shit. Tax cuts for the extremely rich and huge multinationals paid for by deficit spending and tax hikes on the middle class and small-medium sized businesses. Then to add on top of this Jeff Flake has claimed that there is a quid pro quo deal in place to pass amnesty in exchange for this bill.

      This isn’t GOPe bad. This is a caricature of GOPe level bad. It’s a complete fucking disaster.

      ASDFAD

      December 2, 2017 at EDT pm

      • And just wait until in six months they start talking out the other side of their mouth about how the deficits mean the country can no longer afford social security, medicare, and medicaid.

        Magnavox

        December 2, 2017 at EDT pm

      • $1T in deficit over 10 years is chicken feed next to Obama’s $10T in 8 years. Consider what we got in terms of growth for that $10T – 1.8% average over 8 years. The $1T in projected deficit assumes just a 1.9% GDP growth rate over those 10 years. But that’s ludicrous – it’ll be more like 3 to 4% growth, which will mean we generate a SURPLUS, not a deficit. And that certainly will MAGA.

        ASDFAD clearly has no idea of how business or the economy works else he wouldn’t be saying such foolish negative things about the bill. Of course, he/she could just be a left wing ideologue spouting the party line, while secretly knowing the truth. (Are we sure his last name isn’t Krugman?)

        We report, you decide.

        gda

        December 2, 2017 at EDT pm

      • I am hoping by running up the deficit they can force entitlement reform now. Long overdue.

        mpt

        December 3, 2017 at EDT am

      • Hey dummy, this is 1 trillion extra on top of everything else. Not 1 trillion total.

        Magnavox

        December 3, 2017 at EDT am

    • For the little guy with a good craft , maybe having the 10% earn 250k instead of 150k can be positive , meaning more business . I m not sure because as lion say the rich make all the prices where they live go up, so you would have to serve them without leaving in the same place to make a profit from their being better off .
      But it’s good for the intelligent kid of someone with a craft if they want te be professionals . For small business , it is also good to pay 20% instead of 35% , but you need a society .
      Bill is big business, professionals and the USA might .

      Bruno

      December 3, 2017 at EDT am

      • More rich people is good for me, that’s true. I live among my own, so that ain’t gonna change anything. But a guy with a good craft is a crafty guy, not exactly the prole that is squeezed on all sides. What’s there for these truly little guys?

        Yakov

        December 3, 2017 at EDT am

  26. Lion, next time there is a shooting in DD it’s gonna be me. I asked for small coffee, cream no sugar and I got with tons of sugar! One day I’m gonna mow down these low IQ morons. All if them!

    Yakov

    December 3, 2017 at EDT am

    • When you live in prole neighborhoods, they tend to load the coffee with sugar.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      December 3, 2017 at EDT am

      • DD isn’t a SWPL certified business. It’s where proles get their fix of donuts and sweetened coffee.

        JS

        December 3, 2017 at EDT am

    • I remember when Dunkin Donuts used to make the donuts on-site. There weren’t nearly as many back in the day because there were many independent donut shops.

      How many NAMs drink coffee without sugar or drink decaf? The answer to both questions is less than 1%.

      Lewis Medlock

      December 3, 2017 at EDT am

  27. So a crafty little guy did a little job today and made $485 profit for a total of 8 hours put into this job over 3 visits. Now a little guy needs to buy a pair of normal looking spectacles with progressive lenses to be able to ply his craft. Will $485 suffice? The little guy is thinking that it may not. Who’s gonna help the little guy?

    Yakov

    December 3, 2017 at EDT pm

  28. https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/12/03/after-public-recognition-beloved-umass-janitor-losing-his-job/5djosX2i1isdEz7BkSLIiI/story.html?p1=Article_Trending_Most_Viewed

    What about the little guy? Who’s gonna help the little guy?

    The moral of the story you had better take care if yourself and this just doesn’t seem right. The far cats are throwing the little guy under the bus. He had 2 more years to full pension and the canned him!

    Yakov

    December 3, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Especially when you know that the same university surely has some “diversity coordinator” who is paid a good deal more than this janitor and contributes far less.

      fortaleza84

      December 4, 2017 at EDT am

  29. Pence is a stalking horse for the Koch brothers. If you’re not a member of the one percent (or if you engage in imaginary fellatio of the rich and powerful like so many alt-right “gentlemen”), he ain’t on your side.

    Mister Triple 800

    December 4, 2017 at EDT am


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