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Submitted by Michael S, Jul 28, 2017 at 04:40

This is a confusing article. I see that Paul Weston was arrested "after reading from [Churchill's] book." Did he say something after reading the book? Did he publicly defecate after reading the book? There is no telling how much "after" there was, after reading, nor what was do0ne then.

Also, did he approve of what he read, or disapprove? What was the context? Was he urging people to march, based on what he had just read? Underneath it all, "Who in the world is Paul Weston", other than a former "Right Wing Candidate"? (In Europe, Bernie Sanders would be considered a "right wing candidate").

Oh well.

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