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We’re living in the Upside Down

I’ve heard the Stranger Things reference to the Upside Down several times in the last 24 hours. For the current upside down zeitgeist let’s go to the tweets:

Well, it’s the end of the Olympics after all. Trump’s got a war to start.

Then there is identity confusion as liberals and neocons start agreeing with each other that Trump is f%#{ing dangerous:

Then there was apparently a Trump meltdown over the Schiff memo while some of us were sleeping. Susan Simpson says:

Hope there is instant replay.

Then there is this tribute to CPAC hypocrisy:

About the only thing that seems like it’s going well right now is the incredibly successful war that those pesky kids from MSD HS in Parkland, Florida are waging against the NRA. The NRA says it doesn’t need the rental cars and airlines and other companies that have run screaming from any association with it. There are plenty more companies that want to be its BFF. It doesn’t need all those other ones.

I think we’ve seen that movie:

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