Jan 20, 2017

How the “Queen of the Deplorables” quietly made a social media revolution on facebook | Prntly

With 500,000 fans, a Trump delegate transformed a political environment led by the mainstream media elites into a social media group that defied expectations and started a political revolution. Her name? Lori Saxon, and her group "The Deplorables" is the number one political group on face

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