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Friday, November 11, 2016

Black Jack Ketchum

"Donald Trump’s campaign manager took to Twitter Thursday to call on President Obama Hillary Clinton Putin and the Kremlin to speak out against calls for political violence, as unruly post-election protests broke out for the second night in a row in cities across the country.

At the same time Trump was asking for Vladimir's help from abroad, as this is no way for a president-elect to begin a transition, Putin confidant confirms the Russian Federation president cast a vote for Trump with an anonymous "hack" foreign absentee ballot and trusted his comrades would do the same, while passing along the "Victory" Vodka. How the Kremlin stole the election? When it broke into the network, it realized the vulnerability of lazy voters, bent on early and absentee voting by "paper" instead of waiting in lines out in the cold on the election night to be confronted with "chads". See, when absentee ballots are received, if an eligible voter has already cast thy vote and the computer senses a redundant entry, like if a mistake was made by the counting machine's operator, the 2nd vote is discarded. So, by getting the Kremlins vote in front of the real vote, we have before us the Kremlin calling this nation's bluff on who is best with the new age war, cyber-bullying at its best. Like Trump campaigned with gusto, "This Election is Rigged"!

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