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Self-described 'journalist' Aaron Rupar claims that Satan would receive 'at least 45 percent of the vote' if he ran as a GOP candidate in a red state

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Self-described "journalist" Aaron Rupar tweeted on Tuesday that the devil could seek office as a GOP candidate in a red state and secure 45% of the vote at a minimum.

Rupar wrote, "the sad reality is that Satan himself could run as a Republican in a red state and be guaranteed to get at least 45 percent of the vote."

Chris Tomlinson of Breibart fired back in response to Rupar's post, tweeting, "If Satan ran he'd get all the Democrat votes."

Five Times August, which is the name of singer/songwriter Brad Skistimas' solo act, responded to Rupar by writing, "The sad reality is that Satan himself is already running the country and people like you are too blind to see it."

Rupar replied, "get a grip."

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Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said in a tweet on Monday that she "will fight like hell to defend access to abortion in Michigan."

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