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Karl Rove's “political drive-by shooting” brings his Ohio math to a propaganda fight

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A reminder that Rove is advising IMPOTUS*’ or his campaign of death. More “flooding the zone” so we ignore the cray-cray at the White House.

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Darn all those slander suits

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— The Hill (@thehill) May 18, 2020

Former White House strategist Karl Rove on Monday accused former President Obama of a “political drive-by shooting” after Obama criticized the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic in a virtual commencement speech Saturday.

“It is so unseemly for a former president to take the virtual commencement ceremony for a series of historically black colleges and universities and turn it into a political drive-by shooting,” Rove said Monday on “Fox & Friends.”

“This is a moment where these young graduates could be inspired to a life of service, to recognize that life is going to bring challenges and how we handle the challenges is going to demonstrate our character. There are lots of positive messages that the former president could have delivered,” Rove added, accusing him of “slandering” President Trump and Vice President Pence.

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— Andrew Wortman (@AmoneyResists) May 18, 2020

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— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) May 18, 2020

speaking of prophylactic:

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— Stan Gennihan (@_jimh) December 3, 2019

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— Businessweek (@BW) May 18, 2020

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