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"[W]hatever is going to happen is really here now — if only one could see it.” — H.G. Wells, 1916Americans are living through the dangerous effort to normalize the abnormal candidate who won the presidency with a record popular vote deficit of nearly 3 million ballots. Donald Trump has about the same popular support as losing candidates Michael Dukakis (1988) and John Kerry (2004). But that won’t slow him down.

"Jeff Davis Show" Hillary & Trump bloodlines Many Royalty families are attached by blood lines.... 2004 - George W Bush & John Kerry - Distant cousins and "Skull & Bones" Barack Obama & Dick Cheney - Distant cousins Trump & Hillary - Distant cousins "The World population is confused and Manipulated" -- Jeff Davis

Retired Sen. John Glenn, D-OH, listens as candidate Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass, speaks at a campaign rally at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio Saturday, Oct. 9, 2004.

As they should. John Kerry is a loathesome man. He has been since Winter Soldier Hearings of the early 1970s, when he publicly accused his fellow Vietnam veterans of horrific atrocities. He was loathesome when he ran for president in 2004 against George W. Bush, and claimed that a U.S. president must pass a “global test” that requires the approval of foreign leaders. (Blessedly, Kerry failed to pass the American test and was rejected by voters.) And he was at his most loathesome yesterday…

Silvertone John Kerry 2004 Election Cufflinks (Blue), Men's, White

Silvertone John Kerry 2004 Election Cufflinks

John Kerry...saw him in Sturbridge at the Host Hotel ..smiled and said hi to me... wow he was handsome!

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The Dangerous Normalization of Donald Trump There's a way to keep our short attention spans and Trump's norm-shattering behavior from damaging the republic: "Expose and Oppose."

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"[W]hatever is going to happen is really here now — if only one could see it.” — H.G. Wells, 1916Americans are living through the dangerous effort to normalize the abnormal candidate who won the presidency with a record popular vote deficit of nearly 3 million ballots. Donald Trump has about the same popular support as losing candidates Michael Dukakis (1988) and John Kerry (2004). But that won’t slow him down.