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Wed Sep 16, 2020, 09:34 AM

29. Paging John Stewart


Fuck you Jim "Bear Stearns is fine" Cramer!

Cramer is claiming that he was trying to mock Trump. Like he was saying "Here is how Trump will respond." But because he is socially deficient numbskull he doesn't understand that when you watch the video the way he says it just sounds like he's just mocking her too. It's because he's about as much of an orator as Michelle Bachman and doesn't seem to grasp how important tone is. What he should have said is speaker Pelosi you know Donald President Trump is going to say something along the lines of "crazy Nancy...." how would you respond to that?

And let's just face it the real issue is for Jim Cramer is. As one of the leaders of the Democratic Party Nancy Pelosi is his target because she is A.) A women and B.) She wants to make him pay more in taxes each year and God forbid that.

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