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We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

We’ve been tracking the antics of would-be white nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach since he was a student at Townson State running a self-styled “White Student Union” and disrupting a 2013 CPAC breakout group “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

The weird thing here is that “Trump” almost certainly isn’t a reference to the now-President since this was back in 2013. Trump obviously had some profile as a birther at that point. But it was long before he announced he was running for President and not someone so prominent that anyone would use his name as a pun in this way.

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