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Monday, November 18, 2019

Just the Facts: one might think that with Nancy Pelosi’s ongoing mental meltdown on national TV that Steny Hoyer and James Clyburn would send out the hook and drag her away before she and Schiff drag the entire party down

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“Just the Facts: one might think that with Nancy Pelosi’s ongoing mental meltdown on national TV that Steny Hoyer and James Clyburn would send out the hook and drag her away before she and Schiff drag the entire party down” by Chef Olaf Bologolo




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Why is Nancy Pelosi still House speaker?
Century City, CA 90067, 11-18-2019 Monday:   Good morning, folks, I am back for my second and final week of the year and boy, oh, boy, have we seen some strange events last week.  Impeachment inquiry?  Not looking good for the Democrats and one can only wonder what is wrong with them?  Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns going to town on one another with eight seconds left on the clock- eight flipping seconds, folks- wow.  We witnessed criminal actions on Thursday Night Football[i] and NO one is going to jail.









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[i] This violent football game took place on November 14, 2019 on Thursday Night Football.  The Browns beat the Steelers for the first time in nine tries and in the final eight seconds, violence broke out as Steelers QB Mason Rudolph was sacked yet again in what should have been the final play of the game.  It is clear that he must have been upset because the Steelers were playing like an expansion team rather than a storied franchise.  Yes, they were missing key players but they gave up early on and failed to protect their quarterback.  The Browns were playing like the Cincinnati Bengals, acting like thugs when there was no call to play that way. 













































































































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