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Donald Trump, As Was Inevitable, Brings Up Vince Foster, Gets Paul Ryan's Endorsement

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | May 25, 2016 |

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | May 25, 2016 |

On the same week that the orange cumstain with the IQ of a silverfish suggested that the circumstances surrounding the suicide of Vince Foster are “fishy” (reminder: there is nothing fishy about it), Paul Ryan has decided to endorse Trump, holding out a whopping two weeks before going into self-preservation mode.

This Vince Foster business is probably going to stick with a certain segment of the electorate, along with Trump’s scumbag insistence on linking Hillary Clinton to her husband’s affairs:

Is Hillary really protecting women?

A video posted by Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on

In other words, if you thought things were bad before, it’s only going to get uglier and more toxic as November approaches and Trump begins spinning more conspiracy theories. With Paul Ryan backing Trump, he’ll basically have the validating Republican seal of approval to continue this line of attack, as polls — legitimate and otherwise — show a shrinking lead for Clinton in the general. With Bernie taking a cudgel to Hillary, as well, the prospects of a Trump victory in November — and the toppling of the U.S. economy, the further destruction of the environment, and the erosion of our republic — are looking more and more likely. People like Paul Ryan — who know better, but are more interested in protecting their political asses — will be partially to blame. Trump, meanwhile, seems as interested in destroying our already broken political system as he is in winning the election. The Swift-boating of John Kerry is going to seem like child’s play by July.

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