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Diane Rufino Discusses these Terrible Times and the Constitution

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    Constitutional expert and Conservative political activist Diane Rufino takes a seat with BCN Publisher Stan Deatherage on "What's Happening NOW" as they both try to gain some reasonable perspective of these terrible times in a Democratic Socialist world.

Constitutional expert and Conservative political activist Diane Rufino discusses the events of these crazy days in these trying times: Below.



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