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Momentarily Standing Back From The Constitutional Precipice

Apparently our elected officials, even Republicans, do not have the spine to protect our country, but they certainly have the will to destroy it., This post Momentarily Standing Back From The Constitutional Precipice appeared first on Shooting Sports News.
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