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Wednesday, March 14, 2018 

Ron Marz continues his attacks on Steve Bannon, and Betsy DeVos

Marz has posted a few more sigh-inducing tweets in the past few days, including this reply to news about Steve Bannon's guest speech at a gathering of the former Front National in France, which is now being renamed Rassemblement Nationale as they seek to sever ties with the obnoxious Jean-Marie Le Pen, who once sided with Saddam Hussein in the 1990s and early 2000s:

Apparently, Marz believes the sins of the father should be visited upon the child (including Marion Marechal, Marine Le Pen's niece), who is not allowed to prove she can learn from his grave mistakes and do better than him. Very poor thinking he's got going there. I'm guessing that the father's alliance with France's Muslim community in 2006, by contrast, is no concern to him.

Marz also attacked education secretary Betsy DeVos:


It's not stunning Marz detests a woman in a position of power, simply because she's not a liberal-leaner. But, there's good enough reasons why DeVos makes a good choice for secretary of education, and Marz will just have to get used to that. USA Today already gave some ideas why leftists like Marz can't bear the thought of DeVos succeeding at the job, and that's why, IMO, it's lucky Donald Trump thought to appoint her to the role.

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