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Matusow Not Right?!?!

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Sep/28/2018

Diehard U.S. President Trump supporter Mike "The Mouth" Matusow came out swinging late Friday following Thursday's contentious Brett Kavanaugh hearing.


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Kavanaugh, Trump's Supreme Court pick, was accused of attacking a 15-year-old girl when he was 17 at a house party over 30 years ago.  He denies the charges.  Both the accuser, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, and Kavanaugh appeared separately before a Senate Judiciary Committee.

Matusow tweeted:

"I'm open minded I'm not right or left I say get rid of everyone in house and Senate and replace everyone with new people. It's so sad what these people have done to this country! Retweet if you all agree!"

Of course his followers were quick to point out the irony.

William Einhorn tweeted:

"Not left or right? Have you paid attention to your tweets during the past few years?"

But overall, folks tended to agree with "The Mouth".

Wodes tweeted:

"I’ll ignore the “not too far left or far right” nonsense because you otherwise make a good point. Thing is, most (not all, but most) of the people in Congress originally ran for the right reasons. It’s amazing how corrupting that place is. Again, not all succumb, but too many."

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