Blue Continues to Crush Red in 2023
Episode 285: Rumble with Michael Moore
In last month's news cycle, dominated by yet another school massacre, a toxic train derailment, and the military's obliteration of threatening balloons — you may have missed some good news! The anti-MAGA Democrats continued their winning streak in February in one special election victory after another, and on this episode of Rumble, I spread the good word.
Ep. 285: Blue Continues to Crush Red in 2023
Ep. 284: February Ends
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