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October 11, 2020
    Harris is a lying fool.  Kamala Harris argued at her debate that President Trump shouldn’t have nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, citing Abraham Lincoln’s example, notes Tyler O’Neil at PJ Media. Yet Harris was “less than honest”: She claimed Lincoln refrained from naming someone 27 days before the 1864 election, saying Americans “deserve to make the decision about who will be the next president” and that person can pick the next justice. “Yet Lincoln said no such thing,” corrects O’Neil. And he only delayed because the Senate was not in session; when it convened on Dec. 5, Lincoln tapped Salmon P. Chase, and the Senate confirmed him that day. “Harris twisted history” — to dodge a “more pertinent question”: whether she and Joe Biden support court-packing
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