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Almost Everyone Who's Ever Worked on Star Trek Is Begging You Not to Vote for Trump

In one of the least surprising turn of events in history, the people who worked on Star Trek—a show which envisions a future Earth without sexism, racism, religion, and even money—find the thought of a Trump presidency abhorrent. More surprisingly, they all want to be clear that a vote for a third party is a vote for Trump. Read more...
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