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President-elect Donald Trump has so thoroughly turned the political world upside down and inside out that he has entirely defanged Bill Clinton. The most potent and effective operative dominating the American political scene for nearly 30 years is now an out-of-touch elitist snob.

A scene from the 1985 Chevy Chase film, "Fletch."

All the fake news that's fit to print!

- The Washington Times

Long after the rest of America gave up on the mainstream media, the Old Gray Lady has finally discovered the fake news we have complained about for decades. And as with most things, the New York Times takes it to a level and sophistication that is the envy of the establishment media firmament.

Jeff Sessions was nominated by President Reagan in 1986 for a judgeship, but senators blocked him over what they said were racist tendencies. (Associated Press/File)

Democrats honed the dog whistle of racism on Sessions

In 1986, President Reagan nominated Jefferson Beauregard Sessions to the federal bench. The son of a general store keeper, Mr. Sessions was highly regarded for his intellect and devotion to the Constitution. The American Bar Association deemed him "qualified" for the post. But then he came to Washington and met the United States Senate for confirmation hearings.

Hillary Clinton (Associated Press/File)

'Psychotic' Hillary and her lyin' team would make Machiavelli blush

Hillary Clinton is a liar. She has terrible instincts. She doesn't believe in anything. Her head is broken. She doesn't know why she should be president. She is pathological. And she is psychotic. Just ask everybody who works for her. Just ask campaign chairman John Podesta. Just ask the people working the hardest to get her elected president.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally at the Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo, Colo., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, to attend a rally. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Bush vs. Clinton redux in 2016

It was always going to be this way: Bush vs. Clinton 2016. From the very start, the media tried to rig this election to be a showdown between the Republican Party's polite and uptight Bush clan and the Democratic Party's shameless and self-serving Clinton mafia.

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