One Year Ago Today Trump was Sworn In: Happy anniversary snowflakes, your tears grow more delicious every day.

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danybhoy
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This is 1 of my favorite clips, EVER!

KimmyQueen
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I hope this uh… person(?) got help

RedRightBlonde
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I never tire of the lefts childish antics. Wear your pussy hats and march, scream your ugly heads off and keep up your “resistance”. We are all laughing at your stupidity.

sifi
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My children would have been spanked for acting like that in public, or anywhere for that matter.

whiskeyriver
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Our mother, now 82, would slap the crap out of us today if we did something like that in public!

MGAP
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45-50 years ago this woman was the kid in the grocery cart we all see from time to time. Screaming and holding her breath until her mommy gave in and bought the Frost Sugar Bomb Chocopuffs cereal for her. It’s how she learned to get what she wanted.

Didn’t work this time. So, in her mind, anything with a white c*** is to blame.

whiskeyriver
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Kind of hard to attract any kind of c*** when you are fat, stupid and loud.

Anonymous White Male
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That’s a woman? You’re sure its not a non-cisgendered grocery cart identifying transitional non-patriarch?

whiskeyriver
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LMOAO…I am loving it! Thanks to a few economic policy changes my retirement account is looking good. The feral gooberment is shut down, which does not mean shit but sounds good anyway! All the screaming cowpatties have a reason to whine, all the liberal loons have a reason to cry, and we Americans just laugh our way into a better future with a real leader in the White House for the next seven years.

Joe Redfield
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Among fellow Progressives she’s considered very articulate.

MGAP
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So, she didn’t vote for the Donald then? Nice of her to show up at the inauguration. What , according to the media there were 47 people in attendance, this cowflake certainly brought up the decibel level of the ‘crowd.’