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    • monster69
      Mystery as IDENTICAL letters appear in 21 newspapers across 12 states slamming Trump's Supreme Court pick – and they're all signed by different people At least 21 U.S. newspapers ran identical letters to the editor opposing President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh this week Each letter was published with the name of a different 'signer,' claiming Kavanaugh threatens 'everything that we hold dear as a nation' Technique is known as 'astroturfing'; it's unclear who's behind it  One editor says the woman who appeared to have emailed him the letter now denies ever sending it Three prominent liberal advocacy groups that oppose Kavanaugh's nomination have all denied involvement in the campaign.  The White House is shrugging off the technique, whose history includes similar campaigns from the Republican Party and the liberal MoveOn.org   http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5955289/Newspapers-run-IDENTICAL-letters-slamming-Trumps-Supreme-Court-pick.html
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    • ratdog
      That should of said "power" kush,  I think I should go back to bed
    • Jack010
      BBC and Met office version of heavy rain   This is why I still done a water run last night and the night before,   they can't get the weather right , supposed to be pissing down from 8am .     Just put washing on the line now, that's how much I think it's going to rain.