Read Bob Mueller's List of Questions for President Trump: Reason Roundup

Plus: Tariffs delayed, and even the words "free speech" are triggering for Harvard students.

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Special Counsel Bob Mueller has a long list of questions for President Trump regarding alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. The New York Times obtained a list of more than forty questions that would feature in any official interview between Mueller and Trump:

The open-ended queries appear to be an attempt to penetrate the president's thinking, to get at the motivation behind some of his most combative Twitter posts and to examine his relationships with his family and his closest advisers. They deal chiefly with the president's high-profile firings of the F.B.I. director and his first national security adviser, his treatment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and a 2016 Trump Tower meeting between campaign officials and Russians offering dirt on Hillary Clinton.

But they also touch on the president's businesses; any discussions with his longtime personal lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, about a Moscow real estate deal; whether the president knew of any attempt by Mr. Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to set up a back channel to Russia during the transition; any contacts he had with Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime adviser who claimed to have inside information about Democratic email hackings; and what happened during Mr. Trump's 2013 trip to Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant.

Unsurprisingly, Trump is furious the questions were leaked to the media. On Twitter, he accused his enemies of making up a "phony crime, collusion, that never existed."

One of Mueller's prospective questions may suggest he already possesses some evidence that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was involved in collusion. Mueller intends to ask Trump, "What knowledge did you have of any outreach by your campaign, including by Paul Manafort, to Russia about potential assistance to the campaign?" The Washington Post's Aaron Blake thinks this signals a special interest in Manafort.

As Reason contributing editor Ken White has explained previously, Trump shouldn't agree to speak with the authorities (and neither should you).

FREE MINDS

Student government officials at Harvard University warned a libertarian student group not to use the words "free speech" in an event title. The Harvard Libertarian Club is hosting Flemming Rose—a senior fellow at the Cato Institute best known for publishing cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad—and several other speakers for an event about minorities and free speech rights.

But the term "free speech," is now presumed by leftist students to be a far-right dog whistle, The College Fix reported. The event will be called "Dissent from Minorities Within Minorities," instead of "Why Minorities Need Free Speech."

The administration previously tried to place restrictions on another event, "Unsafe Space: Is Political Correctness Why Trump Won?" That event featured Harvard Psychology Professor Steven Pinker, the author Wendy Kamniner, Spiked magazine's Brendan O'Neill, and me.

FREE MARKETS

Trump delayed implementation of steel and aluminum tariffs for another 30 days. The tariffs are supposed to impact imports from Canada, Mexico, and the European Union. According to The Washington Post:

The White House said it has reached agreements to permanently carve out three of the countries that got exemptions — including Argentina, Australia, and Brazil — and will finalize details soon. South Korea likewise has nailed down terms waving off the steel tariffs as part of a retooled bilateral trade pact. But leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the European Union need to sweat through another month of heat from Washington, as the Trump administration presses them for more concessions.

Top Trump officials are headed to China later this week for trade negotiations.

QUICK HITS

  • Stormy Daniels has filed a dubious defamation lawsuit against Trump for expressing skepticism about the alleged threats made to her in a parking lot in Las Vegas in 2011.
  • Some people think it's already time to give Trump a Nobel Peace Prize for bringing North Korea to the negotiating table.
  • The New York Times begs Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy not to retire.
  • FOSTA and SESTA may be driving prostitutes back into the arms of abusive pimps.
  • Roxane Gay was incredibly dismissive and disdainful toward Laura Kipnis during a debate between the two at Pomona College.

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  1. Well look who took the day off.

    1. To be sure, I don’t see any links about sex work.

      1. To be sure, Rhywun is an honest and usually reliable commenter, but there is a link about sex work.

  2. Some people think it’s already time to give Trump a Nobel Peace Prize for bringing North Korea to the negotiating table.

    To be fair, the bar has already been set.

    1. But Obama brought about world brown people peace!

    2. And last year at this time, people were hyperventilation about Trump triggering a nuclear war with North Korea. His spproach may have been unconventional, but perhaps there may have been a straegy behind his antics.

    3. Dennis Rodman should share the prize with Trump, Kim III, and Moon Jae-in.

  3. The New York Times begs Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy not to retire.

    Could statism stand another Gorsuch?

    1. They’re also urging RBG not to die.

      1. If RBG dies will the world go back to monochrome?

        1. Only if her longtime lover Roy G. Biv also dies.

      2. Are we sure we are not dealing with a Weekend at Bernie’s situation there?

        1. You’ll know if she ever shows up in sunglasses, and her voice sounds like a muffled Elena Kagan.

        2. Would they try it again?
          Didn’t work in the 2016 election…

      3. Get Ginsburg on the World Court, that would be a great way to kick her upstairs (it’s a very weak court), and her pride wouldn’t let her refuse.

    2. Haha. The left sees their years of hard work, pushing the USA into statism, falling apart.

      Trump has completely fucked the left’s world up.

      1. It’s really the threat of the next SCOTUS justice that has them mostly worried. Gorsuch vs Scalia is pretty similar for the left.

        The Republicans had better hope to keep the Senate, because the fight over the next SCOTUS nomination will be epic!

      2. If Trump gets a solid majority of limited government types on SCOTUS, and the Dems regain power, you can bet that they’ll either co-opt SCOTUS or pack the court a la FDR.

        In the immortal words of Saul Alinsky, “If the ends don’t justify the means, what does?”

    3. Do you want to give your seat to a president whose campaign and administration are under criminal investigation, whose closest aides have been indicted or have pleaded guilty to federal crimes? A president with so little regard for or understanding of the role of the judiciary, the separation of powers and the rule of law?

      So basically this would disqualify nearly every President of the 21st and 20th centuries?

      1. A president with so little regard for or understanding of the role of the judiciary, the separation of powers and the rule of law?

        Sounds like the TIme’s preferred justice.

    4. “The New York Times begs Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy not to retire.”

      Isn’t it the NYT who claims corporations do not have free speech?

      1. Even more ironic that they’re propping up the justice that wrote the majority opinion in Citizens United.

  4. FOSTA and SESTA may be driving prostitutes back into the arms of abusive pimps.

    You can’t harsh Capitol Hill’s feelgood moment of triumph over trafficking.

  5. Parents ‘abusing’ rights over children’s religious education
    Parents who do not want their children learning about Islam or Judaism are abusing their right to remove them from religious education lessons, teachers have warned.

    Selective withdrawal driven by prejudice is leaving pupils unprepared for life in modern Britain, a conference of the National Education Union heard. Delegates urged ministers to take steps to ensure children are not shielded from learning about individual religions….

    1. But you can skip sex education. Nobody needs to learn that stuff.

    2. I suspect the teachers’ idea of “learning about Islam or Judaism” involves showing how *true* Muslims and Jews are basically left-wing progressives.

      1. Every now and then a story comes out about some “religious education” class in a public school basically leading the kids in prayers in whichever religion is at the top of the progressive concern stack.

        1. “Now put the spaghetti strainer on your head and repeat after me: I f___ing love science!”

  6. I am now the official Reason Roundup alternate. Look upon my works, ye mighty, and despair.

      1. (That would be the “Nothing beside remains” for you illiterate troglodytes.)

        1. I got it, Jerry. [sips breakfast martini]

          1. Day drinking explains a lot.

    1. Not enough sex. Too much skinny jeans.

      1. Bee tee dubs, this was all predicted. I haven’t yet formed my prediction for Soave’s tenure, but I predict it will be very similar.

        1. There is a flaw in your argument, Fist. Robby takes even longer to get ready in the morning than ENB. Moulding The Coif into perfection takes an inordinate amount of time.

          1. actually he rolls out of bed like that
            (and by “bed” I mean state-of-the-art hairdo preserving cryogenic sleep pod)

        2. I can’t wait until Robby bails and they have to try to make Britches do the Roundup.

          1. You’re really into hate-links, aren’t you?

            1. I never knew i was, but it turns out i totally am.

    2. ye mighty

      I think you’ve got the wrong chatroom.

    3. Holy sushi and sashimi!

    4. [despairs]

    5. I rejoice at the inevitable faux-despair and gnashing of dentures.

  7. Special Counsel Bob Mueller has a long list of questions for President Trump…

    First being what’s it like to be with Melania.

    1. “Nice!”

    2. Is she a goer? Eh? Does she go? You know what I mean?

    3. 1) What is it like being with Melania?
      2) What is it like being with Stormy?
      3) Do you think they’d ever… you know… together?

      1. Ok, Leo, if you had to choose…..Melania or Stormy?

        1. Normally I’d want to say Stormy but given her profession I think I’d probably prefer Melania.

          But option trois up there… that’s where it’s at!

      2. Follow up to #1: Do you get off on watching her urinate like you did with the Russian hookers?

  8. Trump delayed implementation of steel and aluminum tariffs for another 30 days.

    He wants to be able to afford the can he’s kicking down the road?

  9. “Special Counsel Bob Mueller has a long list of questions for President Trump regarding alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.”‘

    I’m sure these are hard-hitting and laser-focused: ‘How ’bout this weather, huh?’

  10. So disgraceful that the questions concerning the Russian Witch Hunt were “leaked” to the media. No questions on Collusion. Oh, I see…you have a made up, phony crime, Collusion, that never existed, and an investigation begun with illegally leaked classified information. Nice!

    ? Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 1, 2018

    How about a hearing on the presidential abuse of commas in the wake of the Twitter character limit increase.

    1. GUILTY, GUILTY, GUILTY!

    2. Not to mention the abuse of quote marks and random capitalization. Draining the swamp starts with throwing out basic grammar……

  11. Sneakers. Skinny jeans. A blazer? Someone hide Gilmore, this will be devastating.

    1. Someone hide Gilmore

      Yet another one of those universal comments.

    2. GILMORE is gonna totally lay into Robby as soon as he finishes getting dressed (he started at 6am so it’ll be pretty soon).

  12. Ironic that Harvard puts out a statement that hateful and triggering speech is not protected free speech, and I find that statement both hateful and triggering.

  13. I have no idea if the guy beat on his GF (as of now, there’s certainly room for doubt), but the prosecutors got a bitch-slap on one charge:

    “The D.A.’s office announced it had been advised that a judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California in San Diego has issued an injunction preventing enforcement of the misdemeanor weapons charge, pending review. As a result, the D.A. plans to dismiss the charge at Foster’s next court date, a plea hearing April 30.”
    https://www.sfchronicle.com/sports/
    article/Misdemeanor-charge-dropped
    -against-49ers-12839232.php
    (just for you, OBL!)

    The paper version is much more detailed. He has a (legal) SIG and but the cops found an 11-round magazine, one more than the supposed CA limit.
    Except that the limit had been declared unconstitutional a year ago, and the cops ‘didn’t know it’.

    1. The GF recanted on the claim that Foster hit her. Prosecutors refused to drop charges in response. Apparently she has now shown prosecutors a video that she claims demonstrates Foster’s innocence. She says that the video shows how she sustained her injuries. The video has not yet been released. It sounds like the moral of this story will be: don’t date crazy!

  14. I see the picture, but no mention of Jabba the Hutt as a panelist?
    Rolls eyes, sighs in exasperation.

    1. She’s the muse of everyone who ever told a “yo momma so fat” joke.

  15. I have some questions for Mueller:

    1. When you and Comey supported unconstitutional domestic spying without warrants based upon probable cause, why didn’t you resign for violating your oath and being a traitor to the constitution?

    2. After you supposedly prohibited FBI agents from torturing people under “enhanced interrogation schemes”, why didn’t you have FBI agents arrest any Americans torturing people?

    3. After over a year and zero evidence that anyone or any country actually changed the election of 2016, why have you not publicly announced that you are now seriously wasting taxpayer money?

    1. Likely response: FYTW.

  16. But the term “free speech,” is now presumed by leftist students to be a far-right dog whistle

    It took a minute getting here, but Peak College has arrived.

    1. Peak College was my nickname in high school

        1. Did you major in Food Service Worker?

        2. Ironically, Peak High School was my nickname in college.

          1. That’s what happens when you refuse to quit wearing Jnco Jeans.

    2. Somebody should tell those students that, if you can hear the dog whistle, you’re the dog.

  17. “A lot of us [in the audience] were here for Roxane and her perspective,” Allie Pitchon PO ’20 said. “We were frustrated that she had to debate things we found to be fundamental.”

    Yeah, it’s shitty when people don’t just agree with your point of view. But hey, she was just expressing her truth so how dare you question it.

    1. It’s not like that logical fallacy was established a few millennia ago.

      1. Logic is phallogocentric, and post-modern feminism appropriately dismisses it as such. Only a male chauvinist pig would attempt to apply logic to the fundamentals of post-modern feminism.

  18. “They deal chiefly with the president’s high-profile firings of the F.B.I. director and his first national security adviser, his treatment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and a 2016 Trump Tower meeting between campaign officials and Russians offering dirt on Hillary Clinton.

    Three charges:

    1) Obstruction of justice for firing Comey

    The president exercising his constitutional power to fire those who answer to him cannot be obstruction of justice.

    It can be wrong, awful, stupid, unethical, etc., but the president exercising his constitutional powers cannot be obstruction of justice.

    2) Obstruction of justice for various actions against Sessions because Sessions recused himself.

    Again, how can it be obstruction of justice for the president to criticize his own attorney general?

    3) Collusion with the Russians to throw the election for Trump

    Does anyone else remember when Donald Trump was supposedly insane for saying that the FBI was doing surveillance on his campaign–specifically in regards to Trump Tower?

    Has Mueller gotten to the bottom of why the FBI used opposition research funded by the Clinton campaign to obtain the warrant that allowed the surveillance at Trump Tower to happen and why the FBI withheld the fact that the evidence used to obtain the warrant originated from the Clinton campaign?

    1. Ken, it’s nice to see you back to writing things that make sense instead of boring sports crap.

      1. Let’s go Caps!

        1. Ironically, you didn’t put that in ALL CAPS. Are you really dedicated to capitalization or not?

          1. It’s not that kind of Caps.

            1. Time for the annual elimination by the Penguins, no? ;-P

  19. By the way, you guys at Reason are doing an absolutely outstanding job of covering I.G. Horowitz’s internal investigation of F.B.I. and Justice Department corruption during the campaign involving guys like Andrew McCabe.

    Oh wait a minute, that’s right, you haven’t written a single word about any of that. Gee, I wonder why?

    1. Gee, I wonder why?

      Oh nimrod, there’s no wonder left in you.

      1. You can’t factually dispute a word I say. Your intellect is lower than that of a fruit fly.

        1. Time flies like an arrow

          Fruit flies like a banana

  20. “Some people think it’s already time to give Trump a Nobel Peace Prize for bringing North Korea to the negotiating table.”

    To be fair, it is already more valid of a reason than anything Obama did. But no, Trump should never get the Nobel Prize, not like it actually means anything anymore anyway.

    1. Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize for making campaign promises. Trump, at least, has actually DONE something, even though I think it’s premature-let’s wait a few years and see if there’s any hope of North Korea honoring any agreement.

  21. Seems to me that Mueller is dragging this out until either a) the Democrats retake the House or b) his revelations can have an impact in the upcoming midterms. Someone should definitely investigate Mueller when this is over. Mueller investigating Comey is the FBI investigating itself.

    If, by some miracle, the Republicans hold onto the House, they should put a time limit on Mueller’s investigation. I’m sure Mueller’s investigation is interfering with the president’s ability to conduct foreign policy. How could the president discuss working with Putin in Syria and elsewhere without worrying that everything he says to his staff about Putin may be used against them in a court of law?

    1. Ken circa 2015: There is no such thing as too many Benghazi hearings!

      1. You’re a fucking retard.

        Everything we needed to know about Benghazi was apparent within a few days after it happened.

        Barack Obama blamed it on a local reaction to a stupid YouTube video–which was a lie. Seeing Barack Obama use prejudice against Islam to try and deflect criticism away from himself was disgusting–and I never called for any hearings to make that point. In fact, I just linked to stories showing that the people of Benghazi did not rise up against our ambassador because of a stupid YouTube video. What they did do is rise up against the militia that murdered our ambassador.

        Not only did the people of Benghazi chase the militia out of town, they burned that militia’s headquarters to the ground in retaliation for what that militia did to our ambassador.

        That’s all I ever said. So, not only are you a fucking retard, you’re also a lying sack of shit.

      2. It should also be noted that President Obama’s public reactions after the attack amount to anti-Muslim hate speech.

        You know those crazy Muslims? They’re so crazy, they killed our ambassador because they can’t handle a stupid YouTube video?

        Barack Obama used fear mongering and anti-Muslim bigotry to demagogue and get himself reelected. Don’t blame me! Blame the crazy Muslims! They’re MUSLIMS!!!

        Anti-bigotry progressives should be ashamed of their bigoted, fear-mongering President (Obama), who used disgusting stereotypes about Muslims to try to deflect blame away from himself–just to stay in power. Progressives should either denounce Obama for his disgusting anti-Muslim bigotry or admit they don’t care about racism, sexism, or any other kind of bigotry. All they care about is power.

        —-Ken Shultz|10.22.15 @ 9:24PM|#

        https://reason.com/blog/2015/10…..nt_5667754

        1. I really didn’t expect you to confirm my point so thoroughly.

          1. “I really didn’t expect you to confirm my point so thoroughly”

            So your point is that you’ve been busted for bullshiting one more time?

          2. I don’t think “confirm” means what you think it means.

  22. The president of the United States is a fucking idiot. –Me, and his chief of staff, former secretary of state, anyone who reads.

    1. Every single person to warm the chair in the Oval Office has been a fucking idiot.
      Every. Single. One.

      1. It’d be more respectable to defend Trump on his merits rather than set up the world’s biggest false equivalence.

        1. “It’d be more respectable to defend Trump on his merits”

          OK, then:
          1) DeVos
          2) Gorsuch
          3) Ajit Pai, end net price fixing
          4) Major reduction in the growth of
          5) Dow +30%
          6) Unemployment at 4.1%
          7) The US Manufacturing Index soared to a 33 year high
          8) Got repeal of the national medical insurance mandate.
          9) Withdrawal from Paris climate agreement.
          10) Not sure about the tax reform; any “reform” that leaves me subisdizing Musk’s customers is not what I hoped for. Let Musk run a company for once.
          11) In the waning days of 2017, the Trump administration pulled its support for the $13 billion Hudson Tunnel project.
          12) More than 16,000 jobs have been cut from the federal leviathan
          13) MIGHT have a deal to de-nuke NK.
          And finally:
          14) Still making lefties steppin and fetchin like their pants is on fire and their asses arecatchin’

          1. Ooops:
            4) Major reduction in the growth of regulations.

          2. I have a lovely little vial that is used for salad dressing, but I wonder if I may use it to collect some of your tears when Trump is ousted?

            1. “I have a lovely little vial that is used for salad dressing, but I wonder if I may use it to collect some of your tears when Trump is ousted?”

              Not only have you shed more tears than I ever would in the unlikely event he is “ousted”, you have a very active fantasy life.
              Wipe the drool off your chin.

        2. I lumped him in with the rest of them . Hardly a defense.

          1. Saying that Democrats and Republicans both suck means you’re defending Republicans, according to Tony for reasons that don’t actually make any sense if you think about them for more than a second.

          2. So Trump and Lincoln, pretty much the same?

      2. John Adams wasn’t so hot either.

    2. That fucking idiot beat you and yours, so what does that make you?

      1. The victim of idiots.

        1. Yes, you are and she is.

  23. Perhaps Robby can contact the Harvard official whose attitude allegedly intimidated the libertarians into changing their event name.

    He wouldn’t talk to The College Fix, but he might talk to The Hair.

    1. (Average out him and Robby and you have a guy with normal hair)

  24. FOSTA and SESTA may be driving prostitutes back into the arms of abusive pimps.

    Gee, who could have predicted that? Oh yeah, anyone with half a brain.

    1. back into the arms of abusive pimps

      Nice album name.

      1. Artist name Abusive Pimp Arms?

  25. What was your reaction to news reports on Jan. 12, 2017, and Feb. 8-9, 2017?

    1) “I have no recollection.”

    2) “let me answer that question by posing another: ‘What was *your* reaction to news reports on Jan. 8-9, 2016, and Feb. 12, 2018?’.”

  26. Trump shouldn’t agree to speak with the authorities (and neither should you).

    Never talk to the cops. It can never help you.

  27. But the term “free speech,” is now presumed by leftist students to be a far-right dog whistle

    “Free speech” is incorrect anyway. “Freedom of speech” is the correct term.

    1. Took hoooowl hoooowl land, yip yip!

  28. Some people think it’s already time to give Trump a Nobel Peace Prize for bringing North Korea to the negotiating table.

    If events in Korea play out as they appear to be and actually do result in a meaningful peace, he will deserve it. I doubt he will be given one though. But if he is I hope he rejects it with the demand that they revoke Barry’s (for being every bit the warmonger that Bush was) before he is willing to accept it on the grounds that it is otherwise meaningless.

    1. Remember, Trump was going to start a nuclear war!! God is he making fools of a lot of people.

      1. “Who is Tom Steyer and why does he want to impeach President Trump?”
        […]
        “Trump, he says, has “brought us to the brink of nuclear war; […]”
        http://www.pennlive.com/opinion/2017/11/
        who_is_tom_steyer_and_why_does.html

        Odds on, Steyer never admits a mistake.

    2. “…But if he is I hope he rejects it with the demand that they revoke Barry’s (for being every bit the warmonger that Bush was) before he is willing to accept it on the grounds that it is otherwise meaningless.”

      That was a typo. It wasn’t the “Peace Prize”. It was the “You’re Not Bush” prize, but unfortunately, that isn’t true either.

    3. I mean, Henry Kissinger, Anwar Sadat, Yassar Arafat, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Juan Miguel Santos all won Nobel Peace Prizes for brokering peace deals after decades of warmongering behavior. The Nobel Peace Price has a lot of blood on its hands.

  29. http://www.washingtonexaminer……ut-of-iran

    Isreal managed to steal a half a ton of documents from a warehouse in Tehran. That is some bad ass shit there.

    1. To save money, the reused the pallet that the cash was on.

  30. Trump won because of Robby’s skinny-jeans

    1. They do look painted on, don’t they.

      1. he shaves his legs to ensure proper fit

  31. I happened to jump to the part in the video where Steven Pinker is arguing that the PC left made it a toss-up for which is the “stupid party” in the minds of voters. This is a good argument, and I would put it another way: the left can’t seem to figure out that simply demanding something isn’t the same as getting it. They have abandoned strategy in favor of self-righteousness, damn the perception. And they need to be reminded that most of the time their causes fail, and it’s not because they didn’t demand change hard enough.

    Part of their struggle is that it’s possible that no amount of strategy will counter the vast rightwing bullshit machine that can turn the most innocuous thing into a scandal if that serves its purpose. Feeding children healthier food in schools was turned into the end of the republic as we know it. So it’s not just the ridiculous one-off PC overreactions that show up on Youtube, it’s actual good policy that gets the treatment.

    And it remains the case that the only way the Democratic “tribe” wins is for the Republican one to be so utterly terrible that you’d have to live under a rock and actually be the sort of lifeform that lives under rocks not to see the contrast. It’s unfair but I don’t think anyone’s figured out how to appeal to the masses in times of stress in a way that makes them want more nuance rather than less.

    1. “Part of their struggle is that it’s possible that no amount of strategy will counter the vast rightwing bullshit machine that can turn the most innocuous thing into a scandal if that serves its purpose.”

      Oh, yes, the ‘VAST RIGHTWING CONSPIRACY!!!!’ bullshit again.
      No, Tony, you and she lost because you’ve been caught bullshitting so often that even the promise of free shit won’t hack it any more. Too many people now know that you can’t seem to tell the truth even when it would serve better than your constant lying.
      Just once, you (and the left in general) might try being honest. I know it’ll be a struggle; you’ve been shoveling shit so long, you probably need a primer to recognize what honesty is.
      But, hey, don’t bother. I love to see you wallowing in your pain.

      1. So we elected Trump because we hate liars.

        1. “So we elected Trump because we hate liars.”

          How bad was she?
          She was so bad that Trump was seen to be better.
          Yep, we did that, and you keep right on lying, liar.

  32. As much as I opposed FOSTA/SESTA…

    FOSTA and SESTA may or may not be driving prostitutes back into the arms of abusive pimps.

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