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March 2, 2017  

he Conspiracy Guy #14: Donald Trumps first speech to Congress hit it out of the park. Even CNN had to acknowledge its tremendous positive reception by the public, with 57% reacting "very positive" and another 21% "somewhat positive", with only 21% "negative". His introduction of a program to assist victims of crime committed by immigrants was characterized as a recipe for "genocide", which is simply absurd. The news stories that his Chief of Staff had asked the FBI to shoot down stories about RussiaGate ignored that the Deputy Director of the FBI told Reince Priebus that reports in The New York Times were "complete bullshit". Attempts to portray Trump as "out of touch with reality" are refuted by case after case where he was right and the press was wrong, including terrorists mingling with refugees, the Obama "birther" issue, Rafael Cruz in Ne Orleans with Lee Harvey Oswald, fraudulent votes cast in the 2016 election, that Obamacare is costing twice as much for half as much, and the dramatic increase of rapes in Sweden caused by the influx of immigrants. More recent revelations confirm that PizzaGate has been a mechanism for controlling politicians through blackmail conducted by the CIA and the Mossad, whose power over Congress will be dramatically lessened as Trump moves forward to "drain the swamp". 

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