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Thursday, April 01, 2021

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Jeff Sovern

An earlier version of this post included the line quoted by Ed Boltz, in the comment above, and also referred to the line in the headline. I am embarrassed to report that I did not notice the connection Mr Boltz made. I have revised the post to eliminate the references to Gandhi. I apologize for the earlier post.

Ed Boltz

The overt racism in saying that "It could have been Gandhi and they would have voted 'no.' " when voting against Rohit Chopra needs to be called out.

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