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Friday, 19 May 2017

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BILLINGSGATE POST: First she claimed that Vladimir Putin used her own false teeth to bite her on the neck in a tony Moscow Karaoke bar. Seems he didn't like her rendition of "Georgia on My Mind." Then she said that he grabbed her James Brown wig because it started to levitate when she hit the high notes of the song made famous by the Godfather of Soul whose wig she was wearing.

Worse than that, now she claims that Putin bugged her Golden Imperial Russian Ossetra caviar that goes for a paltry $2953 a tin; this all happening while she was on a goodwill trip to Russia paid for by American taxpayers.

The sometimes incoherent Congresswoman lives in a 4 million dollar home in the Beverly Hills area, while her constituents live in gangsta ridden hovels on the other side of Los Angeles.

Claims that the Russians hacked the computers of the Democratic National Committee and turned over embarrassing information published by Wikileaks have gone on unabated. Russian ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, who recently met with President Trump, was not pleased to hear about the accusations levied by Congresswoman Waters.

However, he did volunteer to replace her James Brown wig with a Donald Trump special made up of one hair 600 feet long, specially wound and woven to appear natural.

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