@Jaxonpool • The XX, Passenger, Dua Lipa • Sunday 01/08/17, 658 • Disclaimer •
#putinista #putin #hackedelection #newconfederates #treason #makejaxweird #theXX #dualipa
Putinista patriots. Now that we have turned to a hostile foreign power to aid us in taking over America, we of the Vince Foster Society (Who was Vince Foster?) are wrestling with the issue of what should be our official flag. For a while we debated whether it should be this one:
However, we finally decided that the Confederate flag is dated. Its days are over. It belongs to the past.
We provisionally had adopted this one, the Gadsden Flag. It spoke to our belief in liberty (notice that the DONT lacks an apostrophe—freedom from punctuation speaks volumes about who we are):
But now that the C.I.A., the F.B.I. and the National Security Agency have come out with their findings that President Vladimir Putin of Russia directed a vast cyberattack aimed at denying Hillary Clinton the presidency and installing Donald Trump in the Oval Office, we can come out into the open and reveal our true identity. No longer are we going to have to hide behind Confederate or TEA Party flags! No! Unashamedly we march out of the closet!
Free at last! Free at last! Thank God almighty! WE ARE FREE AT LAST to let our true colors fly:
August’s List: New songs — The XX, Passenger, Dua Lipa, N¥TCLUB, The Shins, Ice Choir, Jens Lekman, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, The Courtneys, Tom Odell ⇓
August’s List • Fundraising thru ♬ for the DLC in Jax FL • Catfish & the Bottlemen, Operators, Band of Skulls, Sturgill Simpson, Augustines, On an On, The Lumineers, Silversun Pickups, Band of Horses, Miike Snow, Chvrches, etc. •
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