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Something smells in D.C.

More alternative facts: I was surprised today when I found out that the African people who were kidnapped from their homeland and forced into indentured servitude were complacent in these actions for their own benefit. I guess the chains and shackles were just bling, the whipping just some S&M, and the lynchings a form of autoerotica. So far, our new Washington administration has given us one lie after another, dirtier air and water, more money for the elite and less of everything for the rest of us along with daily confusion in lieu of direction.

They may be draining the swamp, but in its place they’re installing a nonfunctioning septic system.

John P. Ostwald


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