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Saturday, January 23, 2021

Liberals suffer Trump withdrawal

 

After obsessing over him in their every woken moment for the past 5 years, liberals face the terror of withdrawal as Donald John Trump has gone home to Florida.

He has lived rent-free in their heads for so long that they feel an emptiness.

Melanie McFarland wrote about her ordeal for Salon.

She wrote, "Post-Trump, what are you going to do with all of that freed-up space in your brain?"

Her subheadline read, "For five years an Orange Menace camped out in our brains. Now he's gone, what is possible? TV might have answers."

She pretended she was freed.

McFarland wrote, "Whether we wanted it or not, this person was squatting inside our brains. Now that he's gone, hallelujah, there's room up there. Glorious open square footage.

"What are you – what are we – going to do with that empty mind hole?

"Take time to think about that. Scratch that, take the weekend off from thinking about anything, since the guy who was living rent free inside your skull did a number on it, stomping on the upstairs floorboards morning, noon and night for five years, stealing your bandwidth."

He did nothing like that, of course.

He wouldn't know Melanie McFarland from Seth McFarland. She and millions of other liberals decided to devote their lives to thinking about him. There was a little bit of a stalker in them. Indeed, the president blocked McFarland from his Twitter feed because of her behavior.

But she wrote, "Even if you weren't on social media since he governed by tweet, he sneaked in to your thoughts by way of words tattooed on dead trees, radio waves, a friend's seething complaint. Predictably, he got worse, doing the equivalent of clogging up the plumbing and stripping the copper from the fixtures and wiring. He's gone now, but the place is a wreck."

Words tattooed on dead trees?

She is describing her brain and admitting that it is a wreck.

And she is calling for a brainwashing.

She wrote, "We all need a break.

"Once we've straightened out the place and taken scrub brushes and scouring powder to the corners, seriously, do come back to that question. What do we put in there? It is absolutely imperative that we come up with individual and collective answers. Recognize this is a multipronged question demanding creative responses on multiple fronts – sociopolitical, spiritual and cultural, for starters."

Ah, "individual and collective answers," comrade.

I had forgotten that communism is the opioid of the weak-minded.

She wrote, "Television has a way of touching all of these and impacting what we believe and the way we think, and sadly the fact that the previous administration happened at all proves this."

Ah, TV. The meth for the weak-minded.

Then she turned her column briefly into a unpaid ad for TV shows.

But she has decided to replace the Orange Menace with Trump supporters. She will obsess over them.

McFarland wrote, "However, to honestly answer the question of what to do with our mental penthouse requires thinking bravely and creatively not just about where we are, but how to positively stoke the possibility of where we can and should go from here.

"Lots of folks are suggesting what not to do again, advising well-meaning thinkers not to waste time digging for concrete data to explain why 74 million people voted for the hooligan who spent four years steadily beating reason and science to death and killing 400,000 Americans in the process. They don't want to acknowledge that the answer is obvious and ugly, and therefore very hard to solve and defeat in one or two swipes."

She wants to re-educate us with TV shows.

That's only been tried for 50 years when "All in the Family" debuted. Odd show. The only one who grew was Archie Bunker. Meathead and the rest kept their prejudices and biases.

And here we Archie Bunkers still are. We live and love and keep happy. We lost an election, which was stolen. None of us spend much time thinking about Chairman Xiden.

The Meatheads feel lonely. There is an emptiness inside them. They need something new to obsess about.

She ended her column by quoting Stephen Colbert who said, "How do you repair the past? Have we tried unplugging it and plugging it back in? Because that works with almost everything else.

"Rebooting is impossible. Repairing and redesigning, that we can do. For now, though, it's fine to know our mind space is ours again and blissfully sit with that. The keys to our attention have been returned. Please, let's not lose them again."

You know what would really work for Colbert?

If he tried telling jokes and stopped taking politics so seriously.

And you know what would work for McFarland and all the rest of her liberals?

Me neither.

75 comments:

  1. "You know what would really work for Colbert?

    If he tried telling jokes and stopped taking politics so seriously."

    This is pervasive as comedy and politics are one in the same.

    As for the upcoming impeachment, the Senate vote will split 50 - 50, and the vice president will be the deciding vote.

    Donald Trump is a true patriot, and us supporters will follow him in 2024.

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    1. The Vice President won't cast the deciding vote since a 2/3 affirmative vote is required to convict.

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    2. It's not an upcoming impeachment. He's already impeached. It now moves to a Senate trial which is effectively an illegal Bill of Attainder since he's again a private citizen.

      As mentioned above, 2/3 vote required to convict. That won't happen. Thus a subsequent vote on disqualification from holding future office becomes moot. Not that they wouldn't try.

      Trump ain't done yet.

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    3. Nope. Quite legal. This is just as idiotic as when the Left claimed it was illegal to invoke a rarely used procedure to question the Electoral College results.

      Judges have been both impeached and convicted after they have resigned. Leaving office isn't enough to excuse high crimes. The same rules apply to the presidency.

      Trump is definitely done. This is just the beginning. The prosecutions are just starting from inciting insurrection to tax evasion.

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    4. Maybe read the constitution- instead of gum flapping. You're why there will be no peace.

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    5. It will take a 2/3 majority to convict. 50/50? Hardly, there will be several republicans joining the dims to convict. Should be an interesting tell to see where the republican loyalties are.

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    6. The Dems need 17 Republicans to vote for impeachment in order to "win".

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  2. Today I reached my lowest point. So depressed and angry how this election went down and what we lost. I feel like we had a death and we are all in mourning. There is no news source to turn to for comfort. FOX news sucks. Disgusting for how they acted and reported the election and how they have behaved since. They use to play the National Anthem on their morning weekend show at 6am. No longer do they play it. I am summarily done with them.
    Moving forward will be tough. The EOs biden is signing are sickening, dangerous and anti-American. Where we go from here is unknown. The damage has been done. Today, I will play only Charlie Daniels music, a true American Patriot who's music speaks the essence of what made this country so great.

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    1. Watch Greg Kelley on NewsMax. He’s the Rush Limbaugh of TV. And keep reading Don Surber and Citizen Free Press.

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    2. Greg Kelly, like every other talking head, followed in lockstep to condemn the "violence" on 1/6.

      Get your news from reading a variety of sources and yes even including The NYT and far left sites like commondreams.

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    3. Steve Turley. He's on Rumble now.

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    4. Steve Turley is fun to watch, and he is a blooming optimist who cheers me up.

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    5. Unknown: News is NOT supposed to be a source of comfort. It's supposed to be a source of truth. You need to accept that which you don't want to hear. Losing elections is part of the democratic process. Sometimes your party wins. Sometimes it loses. That's life. You can't always get what you want.

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    6. @Robin. it was not lost. It was stolen. I know you don't care about evidence and facts, but just like physics laws they are there like it or not.

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  3. You can't be a good Lefty unless you're a good hater.

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    1. That explains your attitude, gaslighter.

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    2. No gaslighting Jake - leftists are intolerant haters.

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    3. The obsession with transgenderism is lefty misogyny aka. hate too. It sits nicely on Cheato Joe's lap.

      Check out: https://www.the11thhourblog.com/

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    4. More projection. When you hate people, you accuse them of being haters. It's a child's trick. Too bad so many never grew up.

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    5. And here is the hater herself:

      https://www.knkx.org/post/melanie-mcfarland-shares-story-friends-lost-and-found

      Famous cartoon: A fighter's manager tells the referee in the ring, while pointing to the other fighter (85% ape) in the other corner, "My man doesn't fight unless we hear it talk."

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  4. Ms. McFarland, fill that glorious open square footage in your brains with God you idiots.

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    1. That would solve many liberal’s problems. But they reject God as easily as they breathe.

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    2. Whose god? Yours? Anyone who claims to speak for God is lying. Such a joke when you abandoned Jesus to worship Donald Trump. More projection. If you followed Jesus, you would welcome immigrants: "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in." Matthew 25:35

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    3. Robin: How many immigrants? A million? A billion? Should they all be from Mexico ... uneducated, unable to support themselves? May we have some from other countries who ARE ABLE to support themselves? Or do we just owe it to the world to take all the ignorant masses looking for a handout from the golden goose (which is now dead by the way). "Immigrants" don't have the right to come to this country and break all our laws (starting with the immigration laws). Please provide another country that allows this. All you bleeding hearts are just so predictable. Virtue signaling... but no real solutions.

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    4. Robin, I think you are applying a scripture to meet your needs. Christ is much more complicated than your quote says. If you were logical you will explain how did Christ welcome immigrants? He focused on his own people. The people his Father sent him to deal with and only in rare circumstances did he bother with non-jews let alone immigrants. Your quote has meaning, but you try to turn Christ into your own image by falsely portraying his life to fit your politics. If you believed the quote you used, you would give all "you" yourself have for the immigrants. Instead you force others to give their life and money to satisfy a belief you don't really have. I think the left describes what you did here as 'appropriating' Christian Culture. Christ deals with the non-jews(gentiles) on an individual basis, so you certainly need to take what you read in scriptures as a personal lesson rather than a political group lecture series.

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    5. Robin: So tell us, how many illegal immigrants are you going to sponsor, and by 'sponsor', I mean how many are you going to take into your household? They'll need to live with you for at least a year or two, including food & drink, clothing, medical insurance, and don't forget smartphones & connectivity. How many rooms do you have, I believe the rule is 2 people for every 200 sq ft.

      So put your virtue-signalling where your mouth is...

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  5. I was on a golf outing. It was post election the 7 of us were lamenting election result or so we thought. I suggested the whole mask/covid issue was designed to get Trump. We discovered that of us there was a true Trump hater and proceeded make an ass of himself by first berating me and then Mr. Trump. This guy's tone was nasty and vicious. His language was as vulger as I've ever heard. (I'm a former submarine sailor I've heard it all) The rest of us in group were quite startled by his rant. We all left, went home the next day and didn't mention the incident. The unbridled hate the Estabiment and media have instilld in people is a huge problem. They hate him so much they cannot or will not acknowledge all the good he was doing. So now we have Chairman Xiden. I'll continue to work at the local level to try to overcome the Xiden regime. Don't tell me its hopeless. Giving up is hopeless.

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    1. ps The guy is now crying that he isn't invited to the next outing.

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    2. Try inviting him and nobody else shows up. ;')

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    3. Money talks and bullshite walks, man...

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    4. Leftists are simply intolerant haters and must be called out as such.

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    5. I am so relieved you got rid of the political bully.

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    6. Nasty and vicious--sounds like a Trump supporter. No wonder you mistakenly included him in your group. Cancel culture has definitely spread to the Right, as well. God forbid you should have to listen to the opinions of someone you disagree with.

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    7. There is Robin- getting its 2 cents in

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  6. They are gonna suffer a lot more than withdrawal. After Bidet* and his puppet masters are through they might very well be missing having a job along with peace and a thriving economy.

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    1. I agree they are too stupid to see the mass layoffs coming. If they don't dream up a new clickbait strategy they will soon be unemployed. They can learn to code lol.

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    2. They don’t care about the mass layoffs coming. THEY won’t be laid off, at least not many of them—WE will. They hate us. And if they can drive the price of gas back up to $4 a gallon, that’ll be even better. Really grind us into the dirt.

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  7. I have had a couple of days to feel a certain 'release'. As awful as all of this is, it occurred to me that there is a silver lining in this cloud. And that is that I won't have to listen to all the bitching, moaning, wailing, high-pitched screaming, finger jabbing, and straight up lying hate speech directed at our President any longer. Ahhhhh.

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    1. that is a good way to handle it. Hadn't thought of it like that before. also, I am relieved that the Trumps are home, it is up to us now, to carry on. he showed us everything, almost, probably more than a person would like to see. It is up to us.

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  8. Leftists (ie Democrats) have gone from being solely intolerant haters to being losers and intolerant haters.....

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  9. The ONLY bright spot in the near future is that Trump successfully unmasked our true enemies.

    The GOP is dead to me. The few good men in the GOP should rapidly migrate to a new "Patriot" party, and Trump should lead the way. A requirement of the membership of the new "Patriot" party should be signing an ironclad contract of serving only ONE term to get us back to a citizen led government.

    Of course, the success would depend on election reforms that insure free and fair elections, based on paper ballots, ironclad chain-of-custody rules for those ballots, voter ids, and citizenship requirements.

    If we can't get election reforms like those above, we are at a 1776 moment to restore our republic.

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    1. We have to take away their chances to become rich from public office.
      Term limits.
      It's time for citizen politicians.
      Then deal with the administrative state.

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    2. The history of 3rd parties is that the vote is split and people like Wilson and Clinton win. Take over the GOP unlike the TEA Party managed to do. We need the GOP infrastructure. 5 of us tried to start the American Conservative Party and the two major parties have rigged the requirements to make it extremely improbable to succeed.

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    3. How, pray tell, do we take over the Republican Party? We've been trying since before the Tea Party came on the scene. The RNC SUPOORTED the incumbent with massive infusion of political ads and money, as well as slandering their Primary Opponents in each and every case. Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.

      Give me a new party where I can be sure of my allies. The GOP is a swamp of special interest money supporting incumbents that work against average Americans. It's a big club, and you ain't in it.

      If we fail with 70+million supporters of a new Patriot Party, it's 1776 time.

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    4. Marketing, people. Marketing. Short, snappy party name. Completely defines who we are and what we want. Patriot evokes the football team and an implied “...and you’re not.” Tea Party sounded effeminate to those under the age of 40 who simply weren’t taught it in our pathetic fooking schools. Conservative has already been demonized by the LibCommies. There’s only one name for the Reepub Reeplacement Party: MAGA.

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    5. I liked Ross Perot’s Reform Party.

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    6. Doubt that Trump will be able to lead a 3rd Party. He is going to go through Lawfare Purgatory, starting with impeachment.

      Doubt there will be another election. Great Reset is coming. Probably we'll have a new Constitution and a Chinese-modeled One-Party system.

      Radical? Yes, but so is stealing an election so brazenly and the false flag Capitol attack etc. They know that half the population doesn't buy their BS any more, and they know that by so blatantly stealing the election they have broken the Republic irreparably. And they don't care.

      Why don't they care? Because they know they are about to introduce a whole new reality/political system.

      Unless a way is found to undo the last election forcing the current office-holders out due to clearly proven fraud, 2020 was probably the last election of the First American Republic.

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  10. you know who makes me sick? All the "we the people" types and the "patriot" types who criticize Trump..."why didn't he do this" and "why didn't he do that?" and "he should do this" and "should have done that" Trump gave his blood sweat and tears for this country and expected nothing in return. What we should be asking is "what can WE do?"

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    1. Exactly.

      My only criticism of the Best President in my lifetime is that Trump turned his enemies into sociopaths.

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    2. Um.. They were already sociopaths. He just made them show us who they were.

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    3. I empathize with what you say but it doesn't change the situational truth that he served as a fantastic controlled opposition leader right up to Jan 6th after which he recommended all his supporters stand down and do nothing to hinder the ongoing theft after the Congress used a staged insurrection to avoid having to debate the election fraud in any depth or detail.

      After that vote, there should have been large protests every day.

      But there was not a single one.

      If that ain't perfect controlled opposition, I don't know what is.

      Am not saying this is true. But it sure could be.

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    4. So you think murdering Capitol police, and attempts to assassinate members of Congress is "patriotic"? Obviously, you don't know the difference between patriotism and terrorism. You even hate the Republicans, because they had to follow the Constitution instead of delivering you a Trump dictatorship. So monstrously mentally ill.

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    5. Robin- rename yourself to parrot, that is all you do.... and Donald never moved out of your head- he will be there until you die...torturing you.... screaming at you..... making you miserable.....go Donald go!!!!!!

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  11. Melanie's head just can't let go of all those HORRIBLE THOUGHTS she has about TRUMP!!!!!1111!!!!!
    Poor BABYEEEEEEEE. I am soooooo not bummmmmmed for her.

    And let us not forget that the House can't impeach a citizen not in office, which, lemme have a look-see, Trump IS a citizen and NOT in office.

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    1. Very low democrats' last hope to get rid of him forever...

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  12. Trump killed 400,000 Americans? Delusional.
    And recall that Biden* had a plan for Covid in October but now? Nothing.
    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/427660/
    "Suckers"

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    1. the left are fine with lies....and will use every evil against us. My only wish , is that it would be proved that the vote was stolen.

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    2. Biden already announced his plans to stop Covid. Didn't they tell you on Fox News or whatever Far Right network you watch? Obviously not. No wonder you are so outrageously misinformed.

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    3. Biden already announced his plans to stop Covid. Didn't they tell you on Fox News or whatever Far Right network you watch? Obviously not. No wonder you are so outrageously misinformed.

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    4. don't waste your energy replying to robin. it's a smelly troll

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  13. Don't worry about about the l ibbies, they were miserable before DJT , they were miserable during DJT s admin and they will be miserable after DJT . Which tells me one thing they are miserable human beans

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    1. It's "beings" and NOT "beans". BTW I am definitely NOT miserable. I'm relieved.

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    2. No- you tards are beans... are you really that stupid and does it hurt?

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    3. robin just finally relieved itself. you should've done it earlier sweetheart to spare us the smell

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  14. I LOVE "Trump withdrawal". I absolutely adore it. I just wish it could have happened sooner. It's that feeling of wonderful relief you get after some horrible pain suddenly disappears.

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    1. And yet, here you are. Donald Trump will continue to live in your pathetic brain dead head for YEARS TO COME. While the rest of us go on with our lives. Poor Robin! Here's laughing AT you Robin!����������

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  15. "And here we Archie Bunkers still are. We live and love and keep happy. We lost an election, which was stolen. None of us spend much time thinking about Chairman Xiden."
    Pure.Freaking.Gold.

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  16. Without Trump liberal nervous systems must shift back from peripheral autonomic processing to at least a diencephalic level (e.g. from a worm to a decorticate cat). Cerebrum is not involved at all. It might be hard and may constitute a new form of withdrawal.

    On the other hand I don't want to insult worms, as their processing can involve polysynaptic processing and at least the presence of a head ganglion.

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  17. only a moronic libtard would proudly proclaim to all that their brain consists of an open space

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  18. Washington D.C. – Speaker Nancy Pelosi sent a letter late that to Acting Department of Defense Secretary Christopher C. Miller demanding an immediate halt to the improper process of installing unqualified Trump-loyalist Michael Ellis as the new National Security Agency General Counsel 72 hours prior to the beginning of the new Administration.FOR MORE INFO

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