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John Lewis, the Fool on the hill.

One too many hits to the head? Dementia? Living in the past? Time for him to retire.

Beatles - Fool on the Hill
and round and round and round and round.....


"Lewis' speech echoed Vice-President Joe Biden's August warning to African-Americans "they're gonna put y'all back in chains." Rep. John Lewis used his Thursday convention speech to argue that a
GOP victory in November will send African-Americans back to the early
1960s, when he and other Africans-Americans were forcibly denied access
to restaurants, public transportation and the ballot box.
"I've seen this before, I lived this before," "


This is the same idiot who claimed people spit on him as the Black Caucus (there is no Mexican, Asian, or White Caucus) was walking across a street in DC to the capitol to vote on a bill. Of course cameras showed just how delusional he really was. I say delusional to give him the benefit he actually believed it, instead of lying outright. Of course after being shown it never happened, he still insisted it did, LOL. Is there nothing against diminished capacity for serving in Congress?!
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