Feb 14, 2017

Trump Supporters Gets Liberal Crowd Cheering on Obamacare, then Drop Reality on their Heads ⋆ The Constitution

Across the nation, Republican lawmakers have been holding raucous town hall meetings where their liberal constituents have been gathering to complain. From California, to Michigan, to Florida liberals have been filling up venues and yelling at recently elected Republicans (in usually heavily Republican districts) about President Trump, Obamacare, and other hot-button topics.

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