“‘And no power on earth could tell whether their blankly indifferent eyes were shutters protecting hidden treasures at the bottom of shafts no longer to be mined, or were merely gaping holes of the parasite's emptiness never to be filled,’” Heidi Cruz read from a worn copy of Atlas Shrugged. “All right, I think that’s a good stopping place for tonight, honey.” She closed the book and set it down on the nightstand, then leaned over her husband and gave him a quick peck on the nose.
Two musclebound bodyguards marched a blindfolded man into the room where Trump waited. Hearing the guards depart, Carson removed his blindfold and took stock of his surroundings. A Persian rug. An ornamental fireplace. A heavy-looking old wardrobe in the corner. A minibar, and Donald Trump sitting comfortably in a leather armchair, slurping down a gimlet.
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“I am incredibly angry about this,” said internet message board poster MaximumHeretic. “This is censorship. This is like how the Nazis would set fire to books that challenged their authority. Or it was the Communists, I don’t remember."
“But I think I can do Bernie one better, and Mr. Trump too. So without further ado, here’s a list of everything new on Netflix this month.” Kasich delivered the rest of his speech to a rapt audience.