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Greatness

Closed businesses. Miles-long lines for food banks. Forty million unemployed. Swamped hospitals without enough supplies. People don’t know if it is safe to gather. Riots in the streets. Armed masked men occupying state capitols. Major cities on fire.

Now we know what greatness looks like. Thanks Don!

Bill Todd

Spokane


 

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