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MFP accurately reax to Trump Phoenix KKK rally   August 22, 2017

KKK Grand Wizard Donald Trump delivered a raucous speech to racists in Phoenix, AZ on Tuesday. Here are the top takeaways from his speech.

1) This rally probably guarantees John Kasich launches a losing 2020 primary challenge

Even prior to Tuesday’s rally, OH Gov. John Kasich leaked that he felt a “moral obligation” to primary Trump in 2020.

Unfortunately, Kasich is:

Alas, he will almost certainly lose to Trump in humiliating fashion (again).

2) Trump threatens gov’t shutdown unless border wall funded

The upcoming budget fight(s) this fall represent Trump’s last chance to secure funding for his promised ~$35 billion, 1,500-mile, 55-ft. impenetrable wall.

If wall funding– or, at the very least, a $500 million-ish down payment– is not included in the September or December budget resolutions, it’s never going to happen.

For now, congressional Republicans remain steadfastly opposed. Instead, they hope to pacify low-information Trump voters w/ a few million dollars for “increased border security” (buy off border police unions) and slick videos…

If Trump stands by his vow to shut down the gov’t, Republicans in Congress will be forced to override their own president’s veto– an abject, total humiliation for the party heading into 2018.

3) Protester w/ shit on her face looks so fucking hot

4) Confirmed: Tim Scott and Nikki Haley are Uncle Toms

Following Charlottesville, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) and UN Amb. Nikki Haley refused to repudiate Trump…

In continuing to support Trump after Phoenix, Scott and Haley are confirmed Judenrat.

Even Jason Whitlock– a House N, the likes of which the world has never seen– recently criticized Trump…

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