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Maxine is, a cock blocker! Maxine is, a cock blocker! Maxine is, a cock blocker now!

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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.)

World: The Washingtonian’s March article about Republican men in D.C. who are searching for love in a time of presidential choler is the dumbest article about Republicans ever written.

Fox News: Hold my drink. That I purchased at the fabulous Benjamin Bar & Lounge at the Trump International Hotel du Grift!

Ted Dooley, executive director of the college Republican National Committee, says he’s heard numerous horror stories of conservatives being berated for their beliefs.

“It reflects the larger tone of our environment that extremists like (Rep.) Maxine Waters, (D-Calif.), are encouraging fringe extremists on the political left to verbally and physically berate those with differing opinions,” he told Fox News. “It’s no surprise that her encouragement has seeped into the personal interactions young people have in all aspects of their lives.”

Wow! I didn’t think I could admire Waters any more than I already do, but now it seems she has the power to stop Republicans from getting any.

To avoid violent fringe libs who’ve been goaded into a frenzy by the lady who beat up Michael Tracey, lonely cons should seek out other lonely cons, Dooley advises.

Dooley, who met his wife while campaigning for Charlie Baker in 2014 in Cape Cod, Mass., suggests Republicans look to the party for love.

“The number of friends I have who have met their significant others through their involvement in campaigns of CRs is significant,” he said. “Get out there, elect Republicans, and enjoy the people you meet doing it. Who knows who they might become!”

I approve of those people sticking to their own kind.

As an side, the picture for the article is a wide shot of the Benjamin Bar & Lounge with the following caption:

Safe space: Part of the problem is there aren’t as many Trump-friendly bars in D.C. compared to past administrations; the Benjamin Bar & Lounge (pictured) is an option but generally expensive (Trump Hotel)

And just in case the reader hasn’t gotten the hint, towards the end of the article:

While the Benjamin Bar & Lounge at the Trump International Hotel in D.C. is widely considered a “safe space” for Republicans, basic Bellinis start at $15 with other signature cocktails going as high as $100 a pop. Such prices are not financially feasible for the average Washington worker.

Wait, I thought we were all elitist welfare leeches of some sort or other? Oh well. Republicans and Russians who can afford to run a tab will now know they’re unlikely to be pestered by tuft hunters, toad eaters and other assorted favor curriers.

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