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Greg Dworkin’s Abbreviated Pundit Roundup was not closed in observance of today’s National Day of Mourning, in case you were wondering. DC’s other big news: Mueller’s sentencing memo on notorious spy Mike Flynn dropped last night, and it’s full of goodies, though you can’t read any of them.

Rudy Giuliani: cybersecurity supergenius! Looks like the ИЯA may be on the ropes. Speaking of, Maria Butina’s boyfriend may be on the hook for “espionage light.” House Dems beat polling expectations in their share of the popular national vote. Like Wisconsin and Michigan, North Carolina wants back in on the post-election democracy rigging, on top of the shenanigans in NC-09. Steny Hoyer says the House won’t be seating Mark Harris until this mess is sorted out. And by the way, did the name ring a bell for you? We last heard about Harris when we learned he was one of those pastors who think the bible says the little ladies belong in the home.

Former Perv-a-Lago member Jeffrey Epstein managed to avoid giving his accusers a day in court. And the three current Perv-a-Lago members who “secretly” run the VA are back in the news, trying to pocket some cash, to no one’s surprise.

It was also time for the exciting “conclusion” of the story of the Saud family feud that somehow led to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. The problem is, all we learned is that at least one of the factions in the feud is demonstrably insane. And we don’t know if it’s only one. Which makes the idea of leaving the door open to their getting their hands on nuclear weapons a little ticklish. Great idea there, Comrade Flynn!

Finally, we take a moment to share some “mainstream media” acknowledgment of the stakeholder vs. shareholder conflation that drove our economy off a cliff, but in a solid gold limousine.

 

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