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'Boycotting' Kyrsten Sinema, Joe Manchin's Funders Could Help Voter Rights: MLK III

Newsweek
Newsweek
 2022-01-21
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D Brooks
01-22

there is NOT anything they can do to Manchin he is being supported by over 60 percent of West Virginia voters and he is going to represent the people who voted for him he's not there to do what people from states like California or Oregon wants him to do neither is senima they relize that Republicans are way ahead in the national polls that is one of the reasons over 20 democrats are stepping down and not running for reelection they feel like they have a great chance in losing after losing so much democratic support in just one year.

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Gee Meadows
01-21

Dimcrat politicians care nothing about the citizens, they only want to retain power to further their own interests. Illegal immigrants have ruined their own countries and do not have the right to vote or destroy the US!

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Bird Thomas
01-22

It is much bigger then these two. Big business own all of the politicians even the ones screaming the most. Once again after Citizen United the United States of America is no longer country but a business.

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