48 Years Later

I’ve thought more than once that the current Loser of the Popular Vote was essentially Nixon all over again, with worse hair. The anti-Semitism, the lying, the willingness to break the law, the amorality—this quote from Nixon’s chief of staff describes in a few sentences the beginning of the War on Drugs, which was never a war on drugs: it was a smokescreen used to punish Nixon’s enemies as he perceived them.

And it continues 48 years later.

So…what new horrors will be foisted on the American public by this 21st century version of Tricky Dick? Stay tuned.

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