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The 2016 Election Cycle Is Still Dumb

(Insert emoji for weeping Thomas Jefferson)

Every time we think that this tire fire of a Presidential election couldn't get any Trumpier or Bernie-licious, it manages to fall down yet another staircase of respectability.

Apparently, Hillary Clinton felt left out of all the fun:

Now show us how bad your crushing mortgage situation is, but please communicate that feeling through an interpretive game of "Candy Crush."

Feel better?

Now vote.


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