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Repeat it to believe it

The Democrats and their news media (propaganda machine) have been conducting a massive negative smear campaign against President Trump for three years, as part of their election strategy.

The Democrats believe, if you keep repeating a story, true or not, the people will believe it. The Democrats convened their “kangaroo court” with Robert Mueller, their handpicked deputy in charge and packed the “court” with Democratic supporters and donors. After two years, all the court found was a possible obstruction of justice charge against President Trump, but no evidence.

The Democrats have a “whistleblower” with secondhand information about a Ukrainian phone call last July and opened another impeachment inquiry. The Democrats haven’t named their “whistleblower” and the information is gossip.

What upsets the Democrats most is a request to investigate Joe Biden and his son’s Ukrainian activities. Why are the Democrats so upset by this request? The continuing harassment of President Trump is probably part of the Democrats’ political strategy to elect their candidate in the next presidential election.

Because of the record of the political parties they must be abolished immediately.

Arlie Kellogg



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