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January 25, 2024

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You will be secure under a government that is just and fair. Your enemies will stay far away. You will live in peace and terror will not come near.

Isaiah 54:14 NLT

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I warned that by siding 5-4 against Texas and with a lawless President who refuses to do his constitutional duty to secure the border, the Supreme Court might be foolishly laying the groundwork for a soft (best case scenario) civil war. The SCOTUS ruled that Biden had the power to order Texas to remove the razor wire barrier the state National Guard put up to hold back the massive invasion of illegal aliens that Biden caused (As one satirical site put it, “SCOTUS rules that the National Guard has no right to guard nation.” Another said, “SCOTUS rules Biden has sovereign power to destroy America’s sovereignty.”)

I also reported that Texas responded to the SCOTUS by putting up more razor wire. Since then, the crisis has rapidly escalated.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said, “The federal government has broken the compact between the United States and the States” by refusing to do its constitutional duty to protect the states and enforce immigration laws. For the benefit of any SCOTUS Justices who aren’t that familiar with the Constitution (hey, one of them doesn't even know what a "woman" is), Abbott cited Article IV Section 4 which says the federal government “shall protect each [State] against invasion” and Article I, Section 10, Clause 3 which says the states have a “sovereign interest in protecting their borders.”

Abbott went on: “The failure of the Biden Administration to fulfill the duties imposed by Article IV, § 4 has triggered Article I, § 10, Clause 3, which reserves to this State the right of self-defense. For these reasons, I have already declared an invasion under Article I, § 10, Clause 3 to invoke Texas’s constitutional authority to defend and protect itself. That authority is the supreme law of the land and supersedes any federal statutes to the contrary. The Texas National Guard, the Texas Department of Public Safety, and other Texas personnel are acting on that authority, as well as state law, to secure the Texas border.”

So what happens next? Will Biden try to enforce his open border by threatening Texas with F-16s? (FYI: The Texas Air National Guard has those, too.)

Matt Vespa at nominated as the “most insane” response that of Texas Democrat Rep. Joaquin Castro, who urged Biden to federalize the Texas National Guard and order them to do his bidding (in doing so, he also repeated the lie that Texas was responsible for the recent drownings of three illegal migrants, which we thoroughly debunked here.)

Several Congressional Democrats are echoing his call, which would only escalate things further. Besides, it’s no certainty that Texans would side with Biden against their own state. And officials from other states who are sick of Biden’s willful dereliction of duty are voicing solidarity with Texas.

I asked one of my staffers who is a born/raised/dyed-in-the-wool Texan what he thinks of Castro’s suggestion. His response: “I never could stand this arrogant leftist jerk, and the idea that he ‘represents’ the great Lone Star State sickens me. If he’d been at the Alamo, he not only would’ve leapt at the offer to run away, he would’ve run straight to Santa Anna to rat on the Texicans. He should be kicked out of office and the state of Texas with a pointy-toed boot, along with anyone who’d vote to reelect his traitorous rear end.”

Okay, I think that sums up the attitude in Texas pretty well. Just as I predicted, some are already creating history-inspired flags with a razor wire fence and the taunt, “Come and Take It!” And peaceful rallies supporting Texas’ right to defend itself from invasion are already gearing up.

I suspect that if anyone is going to climb down and cool off this rapidly-rising confrontation, it will have to be the Biden White House. Unless they really want to risk dividing the nation, starting a second civil war or even attacking American citizens, all in the name of defending Biden’s right not to do his sworn duty of securing America's border during an election year in which illegal immigration is the #1 concern of voters.

Two more reasons why I’m so proud of my daughter, Sarah:

She really knows how to handle hostile liberal reporters and she knows a dead-end job when she sees one.

Complaint filed

The watchdog group The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust has filed an ethics complaint against 10 far-left Democrat Congress members.

They are accused of misusing taxpayer-paid resources for partisan political gain, such as using official House photos and videos, or websites and social media accounts created by government employees, for campaign purposes, in violation of House rules. The complaint includes 91 pages of examples. The members named include such leading lights of the left as Nancy Pelosi, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Cori Bush, Ted Lieu, Ilhan Omar and Jamaal Bowman. Ayanna Presley isn’t named, but examples of transgressions by her are included in the list.

I can already imagine the excuses the media will make for them. Like, “It’s okay for them to do this because it’s so important to reelect them so that they can keep doing good, and how can they do good for others if they don’t do good for themselves first?...”

Yet another higher cost that we can thank the Biden Administration for:

Due to the Houthi militant attacks on ships in the Red Sea, global shipping rates are skyrocketing.

This wouldn’t be happening if they had any fear of our President doing anything about it. But on the bright side, maybe prices will moderate if the Houthis will just “decide to stop their attacks.”

Think again

If you think the government trying to force everyone into electric vehicles was a monumentally stupid overreach of power…well, you’re right. But it was hardly the first time. Democrats have been trying to forcibly impose their half-baked ideas on us for years (some might say, “like dictators”), with similarly disastrous results. Check out the story of how New Jersey’s ban on plastic grocery bags “to save the Earth” has backfired spectacularly and only made the problem worse.

By the way, this doesn’t even mention the fact that it’s probably a good thing nobody’s reusing those “reusable” grocery bags because that would give them two options: repeatedly carry food in a bag that might have salmonella and other dangerous bacteria on it from leaking meat packages, or regularly wash the bags, using hot water, electricity, gas and detergents, harming the environment far more than just using a throw-away plastic bag.

It's almost like the left never thinks any of their grand ideas through…

CVS closes DC store

I could run stories like this every day (a major store shutting down because constant theft is emptying its shelves), but this is especially worth mentioning because it’s in Washington, DC, one of the most toxic laboratories for cooking up terrible leftist ideas like defunding the police and legalizing crime. I hope it greatly inconveniences Congressional and DC Metro Democrats.

Sadly, I think the commenters on the story probably nailed it when they said this is just part of a never-ending cycle: Democrats let thieves run wild, stores shut down, locals complain about being in a food or pharmacy desert, then vote to reelect Democrats, decade after decade. It will never change until they make the intellectual connection between the way they vote and the way their lives stink.

The real contender

While in Virginia to pander to pro-abortion voters, President Biden said, “Hello, Virginia, and the real Governor, Terry McAuliffe.”

This prompted the actual real Governor, Republican Glenn Youngkin, to tweet back, “Mr. President, I’m right here.” Youngkin defeated McAuliffe in 2021 by 50.6 to 48.7%. He also has an approval rating in Virginia of 54% while Biden’s is at 37%.

I think the best comment came from Chris Barron of Right Turn Strategies, who tweeted, “Sounds like Biden should be removed from the Virginia ballot. Subverting democracy, denying elections, basically insurrection.”

The Top Contender

It would be hard to name the most incompetent do-nothing in the Biden Administration (you’d have to start with Biden and work down), but “Secretary of Transportation” Pete Buttigieg has to be at the top of the contender list. While he’s occupied his time with battling “racist roads,” pushing DEI policies, taking unannounced paternity leaves and celebrating his birthday, the supply chain crisis worsened, trains were derailing, thousands of flights were being canceled, and now, passenger jets are literally falling apart in mid-air due to issues like missing screws. Jazz Shaw at has more on this alarming trend.

This is part of a larger discussion that’s brewing about how society may be getting more dangerous because of DEI, and the awarding of important jobs to people who are not the most competent.

In a discussion with Ben Shapiro, Elon Musk zeroed in on the problem of bowing to people just because they claim to be part of some oppressed group. He warned that we need to return to the concept of merit, where it “doesn’t matter whether you’re a man or a woman, what race you are, what beliefs you have; what matters is how good are you at your job." He added, “That's the least racist [or] sexist you can be.”

It’s also what America once stood for, before the proponents of the new racism started claiming that not judging people by their skin color was racist.

Hard-Wired for Disaster

By Kenneth Allard

On January 22nd, the Supreme Court of the United States, by a 5-4 vote and while acting on an emergency petition by the Biden administration, decided that the State of Texas may no longer use razor wire to deter immigrants from crossing the banks of the Rio Grande along their well-traveled northern routes. Although this ruling from the Supremes was unaccompanied by any explanation, it was consistent with a recent finding by Federal District Judge David Ezra. Back in September, with the immigrant flood at its height, Judge Ezra criticized Texas Governor Greg Abbott for installing a thousand-foot, floating river-barrier opposite the border town of Eagle Pass; even worse, Governor Abbott acted without obtaining Federal permission! “Unfortunately for Texas, permission is exactly what federal law requires before installing obstructions in the nation’s navigable waters." the judge added in his final harrumph.

Having spent a professional lifetime defending the very Constitution honored these days mostly in the breach, may I offer a word of advice to those black-robed military illiterates temporarily occupying the benches of the nation’s highest courts? Since Judge Davis’ court is located in Austin, he is closest to the ongoing scourge known as our southern border. Although estimates vary greatly, our Border Patrol believes something like 6.3 million people illegally crossed into Texas over the last three years, not including got-aways, human traffickers and potential terrorists who wish to remain anonymous. 

It is doubtful that Judge Davis has ever escaped Austin’s tony environs long enough to confer with the ranchers, farmers and sheriffs doggedly trying to cope with these human waves of misery. You rarely see this grim news covered by the major networks but practically anyone from The Valley could have told the judge about those 28,000 Chinese immigrants – mostly male and of military age – who suddenly appeared on our doorsteps. Do you think those extraordinary numbers might somehow be related to our current tensions with the PRC? None of your law books likely even mentioned the Chinese way of war, their mastery of striking ruthlessly at lucrative targets inexplicably left unguarded. You have probably never heard of Mao or Sun Tzu but instead obsessed over obtaining Federal permission slips before bolstering our defenses?

Apart from such local lunacies, the idiocy that today passes for American jurisprudence is best displayed inside the lawless environs of the nation’s capital, currently obsessed by the Anti-Trump Lawfare Campaign. But have you noticed that every indictment, each new media-manipulated specification, seems only to achieve a strange harmonic that somehow spawns new sympathy for Mr. Trump? In a weird way, the border debacle and the lawfare campaign seem to be merging, the scourge of fentanyl punctuating the desperation ordinary Americans feel for political and legal systems that no longer reflect their needs. Did the Biden White House ever imagine that their well-orchestrated campaign to saddle Donald Trump with 91 Federal indictments would only underline his point about the Swamp striking back at him and every ordinary American?

Upon hearing about the Supreme Court’s decision on razor-wire, my first reaction was to deplore the widening distance between our military and the society it defends. To the uninitiated, razor-wire seems too much a weapon of war to have any conceivable role in border control: If, however, you are not dealing with docile waves of immigrants but with an invasion, your perspective changes instantly. Wonder of wonders, our Constitution also recognizes this critical distinction, Article 4, Section 4 declaring, “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion…” By any reasonable calculus, the United States does not face an immigration problem but a foreign invasion that means to occupy our country and fundamentally transform our society.  

To close that border and to reverse the priorities of the last three years means recognizing that half-measures and bureaucratic gamesmanship will no longer suffice, even if we can somehow avoid a terrorist attack to penalize our negligence. As a separate and co-equal branch of government, the Supreme Court ironically finds itself able to do the right thing. By reversing its recent ruling while declaring that the nation faces an invasion under the classic definition of Article 4, the Court can send a historic signal that reinforcing our borders has now become a matter of national survival.

Colonel (Ret.) Ken Allard is a former West Point faculty member, Dean of the National War College and NBC News military analyst.

Huck PAC makes a new round of endorsements

Today, Huck PAC is pleased to announce the financial support of these pro-life Republicans. To date we have given over $600,000 to 100+ candidates:

Nathaniel Moran for U.S. House (TX-1) $5,000

Keith Self for U.S. House (TX-3) $5,000

Pat Fallon for U.S. House (TX-4) $5,000

Lance Gooden for U.S. House (TX-5) $5,000

Jake Ellzey for U.S. House (TX-6) $5,000

Greg Murphy for U.S. House (NC-3) $5,000

Virginia Foxx for U.S. House (NC-5) $5,000

David Rouzer for U.S. House (NC-7) $5,000

Richard Hudson for U.S. House (NC-9) $5,000

Chuck Edwards for U.S. House (NC-11) $5,000

Dean Phillips challenges Joe Biden

Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips, the one Democrat who dared to challenge Biden for the Presidency (and pulled over 20% of the vote in the New Hampshire primary), is running against him from the left on some issues and the right on others. And in one case, he’s just challenging Biden from the standpoint of common sense and basic human decency.

Having zero positive accomplishments to run on, Biden has made his entire reelection campaign about demonizing Trump and his supporters, painting about 72 million Trump voters as racist, extremist, terrorist, fascist enemies of “democracy.” But Phillips, I’m sure, shocked Biden’s sycophants on CNN by telling them, “My party is completely delusional right now.”

Phillips did something that none of Trump’s critics will do: he actually attended a Trump rally and met some MAGA voters.

Phillips said, “I saw the line of people waiting in the cold for hours. And I thought, ‘What the heck?'” He watched Trump greet about 50 people in line, “every single one of them thoughtful, hospitable, friendly — all of them so frustrated that they feel nobody’s listening to them but Donald Trump.” As for the “white nationalist” smear, he said it was a diverse crowd, including people who’d never been to a Trump event before.

Phillips believes his party would do a lot better if it listened to the concerns of working Americans and showed them some respect instead of demonizing them. But good luck with that. They not only won’t attend a Trump rally, their housepet media outlets won’t even air his speeches. They really think that if they cover their eyes and ears (sadly, they never cover their mouths), they can make reality go away. It’s a basic tenet of leftism. They’ve now reached the “hermetically sealed echo chamber” stage. 

I hope that in November, Trump’s victory will leave them as shocked and traumatized as it did in 2016, when they also never saw it coming because they absolutely refused to look.

Feel Good Story of the Day!

The New York Post reports that the Democratic Socialists of America (i.e., “socialists”) are so deep in the red (you’d think they’d like that) that they have to slash $500,000 from their staff-related expenses. They’ll first ask for volunteers to take a severance package (Wait, I thought they worked for free? Aren’t fat salaries and severance packages for filthy capitalists?!) And “If necessary, we will then explore initiating lay-offs according to the DSA union’s contract.” Wait, they plan to lay off union workers like capitalist running dog oppressors of the people?!

What makes this even more schadenfreude-ilicious is that their revenue has tumbled because Jewish “progressive” donors who had long overlooked the DSA’s attacks on Israel drew the line at their support of clearly anti-Semitic, pro-Hamas mobs threatening Jews as they block streets. I would call this “The Great Awakening.”

As for the socialists having to lay off the workers to boost cash flow, to quote humorist A. Whitney Brown on the fall of the Soviet Union: “Who would’ve guessed that the fatal flaw of communism would be that there’s just no money in it?”

Oscar Postscript And Razzie Nominations

By “Huckabee” pop culture guru, Pat Reeder (

Yesterday, I complained that what I thought was the best movie of 2024, “Godzilla Minus One,” was snubbed by the Oscars (and I mean that sincerely: the script, characters and actors are so compelling that I would have loved it even if Godzilla weren’t in it. He’s just the big, fire-breathing icing on the cake.) Turns out I was wrong: it did get one nomination for Best Visual Effects. While it deserved much more, at least it got a nod for its superlative effects on a reported budget of $15 million, which was probably less than the catering bill on such Hollywood CGI dung heaps as “The Marvels,” “Antman & The Wasp: Quadrophenia” and “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Dysentery” (Hat tip to Doomcock for that one), none of which got SFX nominations.

But you will see those movies (except, bafflingly, “The Marvels”) on the nominations list for the Razzies, or the Golden Raspberry Awards for the worst in cinema for 2024. I don’t envy them having to winnow down that list.

Bongino:  Fake J6 pipe bomb is “biggest political scandal in politics”

The January 6 pipe bomb story continues to develop, like a photo in the darkroom that is slowly coming into full view.  Reporters at REVOLVER NEWS continue to sniff out problems with the narrative like bloodhounds, Julie Kelly contributes her own considerable January 6 knowledge, and Dan Bongino, with his background in the Secret Service and current law enforcement contacts, fills in some of the gaps.  We’ve been among the handful of media outlets that have (so far) been talking about it.  And today, there’s more.

By way of someone he describes as “my buddy...a law enforcement contact,”  someone who “operated at the highest levels of law enforcement” and an expert in video security, Bongino has gained an understanding of how particular types of security cameras are used.  Recall that the wide shot of the “man with the backpack” informing the Capitol Police and Secret Service of the pipe bomb in front of the DNC headquarters suddenly pans and zooms in on the park bench where the pipe bomb is.  Bongino’s camera expert verifies that this means someone in the Secret Service or DC Metro has called the Joint Operations Center and alerted them to the location of the newly-discovered “device.”  The camera starts looking for it; this tells Bongino’s friend that this camera is a PTZ, short for “Pan-Tilt-Zoom.”  The significance:  Those cameras are installed only when they’re going to be manned 24 hours.

In other words, there always would’ve been someone training a camera on the area where the bomb was.  Someone would’ve seen the bomber walk into the area and place the bomb the night before the rally, if that’s what really happened.  And it would’ve been recorded for posterity on high-quality video.  Where IS that?

An additional guarantee would’ve been the fixed cameras that are always used in combination with the PTZ, to ensure they still get a wide shot even when the PTZ operator is panning and zooming.  The placement of that bomb would’ve been lovingly captured on video.  So why did the FBI show us a grainy, glitchy, old-fashioned (and apparently doctored) security camera tape that showed neither the act of placing the bomb nor the identity of the so-called bomber?

It seems likely that the two bombs weren’t placed when the FBI says they were.  The one in front of the DNC, especially, was in a spot where it could hardly avoid being noticed, if not by a passer-by then certainly by Secret Service agents who swept the area prior to Kamala’s arrival.  Agents would be fired if they missed a bomb during a sweep, so Bongino would “bet anything” that the bomb, which appears to have been a dummy, was placed after the sweep.  (As we’ve asked, if it was so obviously a dummy that agents let children walk right by it, why did police bring in the bomb-defusing robot?  Was that just for show?)

The other thing we can’t get past is the fact that Kamala Harris was at the DNC building that day instead of at the Capitol building, right at the time when she was scheduled to be certified as the first woman --- the first black woman, in fact --- to be Vice President of the United States.  One would think she’d have been surrounded with fawning media attention and glory that day, that cameras would’ve been following her the entire day, documenting the historic event.  But no, she suddenly just left at 11:25, before the riot started, to go to the DNC for some nonspecific meeting.  It makes no sense.

And the way this was ignored in the weeks and months afterwards makes no sense, either.  To recap, the new administration, even Kamala herself, hid the fact that the Vice President-elect had been at the DNC when the pipe bomb was found and had thus experienced a brush with death concocted by mysterious domestic terrorists.  Bongino played an interview clip of Kamala speaking of her whereabouts vaguely:  “I was at the Capitol that morning, and then I was, um, in a meeting, and I was told that I should leave, and then I was taken to a secure location.”

So, there was NO PARTICULAR REASON why she should leave?  Kamala completely left out the part about the pipe bomb and how close she happened to be to it at the time.  By omission, she implied that she was at the Capitol during the riot.

This is bizarre, too:  Even in a Tweet sent out by Kamala on January 6, just a few hours after this experience, she said nothing about it.  She mentioned only “the assault on the Capitol.”

Can you think of a legitimate explanation for the Democrats passing up an opportunity to tell the story of Kamala almost getting blown to smithereens by a pipe bomb no doubt left by a Trump-supporting domestic terrorist on January 6, perhaps in an assassination attempt?  We can’t, either.  Normally, they would go wild with that story.

Bongino discussed the outstanding Julie Kelly piece we linked to a couple of days ago about Kamala being MIA at the Capitol at the very time her election as Vice President was to be certified.  In case you didn’t see that, here it is…

Anyway, the pipe bomb story is just not holding up.  Here’s how this looks to Bongino:  “I think this was a plot.  Whose plot, I don’t know --- obviously someone who hates Donald Trump.  I think they were so afraid that some of the malfeasance in the election was going to be exposed by the January 6 certification process, in front of the entire country, that they needed a distraction, even if they had to create the distraction themselves.”

Knowing the Secret Service as he does, he sees no chance that they were in on this.  “Someone was trying to frame MAGA people to make it look like they were assassinating the Vice President,” he said.  “That has to be the reason she was there.  Nothing else makes sense.”

He believes what we’ve also suggested, that this was a back-up plan to interrupt the certification process in case the riot didn’t materialize (and they had ways of helping that along).  Once they had the riot they wanted --- again, we call ‘em as we see ‘em --- this other story could go away.  But the certification process had to be derailed somehow because concerns about the security of mass mail-in voting --- concerns that everyone knew were legitimate --- were going to be brought up to challenge the 2020 outcome.

He asks media people who are skeptical of this to “go debunk it” by asking Kamala what she was doing at the DNC that day.  (No one ever has!)  And ask the DC Metro Police about the PTZ camera that was obviously used and would have captured the bomber.

Bongino has “exactly zero doubts” that the pipe bomber deception is the biggest scandal in politics.  “I’ll bet you my career on it,” he said.  “I’ll bet you my entire livelihood on it...that they were trying to set someone up, and it broke bad.  It broke really bad.  And now they’re covering it up.”

Worse, he thinks they’re already working on a similar “Plan A-Plan B” strategy to mess with this year’s election, probably something violent they can blame “MAGA” for.  As we always say, don’t take the bait!

Here’s the full podcast, very powerful stuff.  His shredding of the pipe bomb story starts 16 minutes in.

And if you’re inclined to dismiss this because it’s not from an “official” source, Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie, who deserves thanks for getting the “pan-and-scan” pipe bomb video released, is all over this, too.

Hunter investigation still perking along as part of impeachment inquiry

We’ll have a detailed update on the investigation into the Biden financial scandal soon, but here are few new developments:

It’s been so long since former Hunter business partner Devon Archer was convicted of defrauding a Native American tribe of $60 million in a bond insurance scheme that it’s easy to forget he’s supposed to go to prison, eventually.  Appeal followed appeal, but now, finally, the Supreme Court has, for a second time, rejected it.  That’s all he gets.  Archer is going to prison for a year and a day.

Hunter himself is scheduled to be deposed in a closed-door setting --- clearly not what his attorneys had wanted --- on February 28.  Before then, a number of his business associates are scheduled to testify.  All of this is part of Congress’s impeachment inquiry into the President.

The DAILY CALLER has a recap on Archer’s association with Hunter during those heady Burisma days and his subsequent testimony before congressional committees.  Plus, for when you have time, there’s an hour-long video interview of him with Tucker Carlson.  Archer seems very happy and jocular in it; perhaps at the time he made it, he was still thinking then he might avoid prison time.

One of the other Hunter associates scheduled to testify before Congress is Rob Walker, who was deeply involved in the Bidens’ business with Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC, as well as with a Romanian oligarch who sent payments totaling about $3 million.  Walker goes before the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees this Friday.

We love to make up questions for Congress to ask witnesses, but the DAILY CALLER has already put together five great ones to ask Walker, with some background on each.  A couple of them deal directly with Joe Biden’s involvement.

Finally, legal expert Margot Cleveland offers an analysis of Hunter’s lucrative career as a fine artist.  As you know, the gallery owner representing him, George Berges, has testified he was never told of any “ethics” safeguards to keep Hunter in the dark about who bought his “art.”  The two people who spent the most on his “art” were, coincidentally, both big Democrat donors.  The biggest spender, of course, was big donor and Hunter “sugar brother” Kevin Morris.

Morris testified before the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees last Wednesday.

“...When studied in its entirety,” Cleveland writes, “the gallery owner’s testimony paints a picture of an attempt to launch a new enterprise to provide cover for a continuation of the Biden family’s pay-to-play scheme.”  Morris’ testimony adds “further definition,” she adds.

Cleveland asks an interesting question:  Why would Biden’s friend and benefactor Morris go through the gallerist at all to buy Hunter’s work?  (We know that in an unusual arrangement, Morris was also paying Berges’ 40 percent commission.)  Morris had previously bought two pieces directly from Hunter; why didn’t he just keep doing that?  Cleveland has some ideas…

Law professor Jonathan Turley also has an insightful column on Morris, whom he calls “the man of many faces.”  Is Morris a donor, a friend, a lawyer?  A documentary filmmaker?  A shaper of public opinion?  The way he’s handed out “loans” to Hunter, he seems to be largely a bank.

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