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The 2020 United States presidential election is early next month, and the world watches to see if President Donald Trump will win a second term or if his opponent Joe Biden will take over the presidency. But does it matter to Russian President Vladimir Putin who wins?
If Putin is behind Russian hacking and interference in the 2020 election, certainly, that means he would prefer one U.S. presidential candidate over another — perhaps not.
In The Putin Interviews (2017) conducted by Rodger Stone, Putin explains why he thinks the American bureaucracy is stronger than any person who would win the presidency. …
“I don’t believe in justice no more. Just us and God.” — Singleton in Rhyme and Punishment (2011)
Antron Singleton, aka Big Lurch, was originally from Dallas, Texas, but had moved to Los Angeles, California, where he was an aspiring rapper.
In April 2002, after suffering from amnesia from smoking PCP, Singleton found himself in jail. He had been arrested for murdering his roommate and eating her body parts.
On April 10, 2002, 26-year-old Singleton and a group of friends were partying at his apartment, which Singleton referred to as a dope house. …