You know the feeling when you casually come across a news article that unexpectedly, yet utterly, blows your mind? When you find yourself looking around with your jaw agape, yet nobody else seems to be paying attention? That happened to me last week — not once but twice.
On this week’s episode of Rumble, I share with you the articles that left me feeling so shocked, so riled up, I found myself wondering: Is it possible that every Republican president since Eisenhower has had treason in their heart?
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…additional past episode transcripts can be found here.
Read the articles referenced in this episode:
NYTimes: “A Four-Decade Secret: One Man’s Story of Sabotaging Carter’s Re-election” by Peter Baker
The Hartmann Report: “America has Ignored GOP Crimes to Seize the White House Long Enough - It’s Time to Put this One in Prison” by Thom Hartmann
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