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I cannot stand this woman. She is somewhat insane in several instances. If only you knew.....  

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When I heard that lady saying that in Venezuela there is not a human rights crisis and that nobody should care about it, I thought  that something must be wrong with her mind or she is following the communist protocol 🤷‍♀️

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