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Democrat Who Gave Husband Fish Tank Cleaner and Blamed Trump Had History of Domestic Abuse

Her husband made many stunning allegations about her.

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Big League Politics reported on a woman referred to only as Wanda earlier this week after she reportedly took fish tank cleaner with her husband to treat coronavirus. She ultimately survived the poisoning while he was not so fortunate.

Wanda went on a press junket after the fact blaming Trump for taking fish tank cleaner with chloroquine as an ingredient before she was outed as a donor for prominent Democrats and left-wing causes:

The Washington Free Beacon has discovered that the 61-year-old woman, referred to only as Wanda, is an activist liberal who regularly funds far-left causes. She most recently donated to the 314 Action Fund, a “pro-science” group that has hammered President Trump’s response to coronavirus hysteria.

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Wanda has also donated thousands of dollars to Democrat campaigns in the past several years. She has given money to Hillary Clinton, the feminist organizing group EMILY’s List, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

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She told the Free Beacon that her decision to drink the fish tank cleaner containing chloroquine had nothing to do with President Trump’s remarks about the medicine’s potential to treat coronavirus. Her husband ultimately died because of their “horrible, tragic” decision to self-medicate.

“We weren’t big supporters of [Trump], but we did see that they were using it in China and stuff,” Wanda said to the Free Beacon. “And we just made a horrible, tragic mistake. It was stupid, and it was horrible, and we should have never done it. But it’s done and now I’ve lost my husband. And my whole life was my husband.”

“We didn’t think it would kill us,” she added. “We thought if anything it would help us ‘cus that’s what we’ve been hearing on the news.”

She had previously claimed that President Trump’s advice caused she and her husband to drink the fish tank cleaner in an attempt to treat coronavirus.

“We saw Trump on TV—every channel—and all of his buddies and that this was safe,” Wanda said last Monday during an NBC News interview. “Trump kept saying it was basically pretty much a cure.”

While Wanda has already been exposed as a charlatan and a partisan hack, accusations of domestic violence in her past raise further questions about the actual motives behind the fish tank poisoning.

Twitter user Techno Fog posted court documents that allege that Wanda assaulted her late husband back in 2001, as she reportedly tossed a bird house toward his head in a fit of blind rage:

Additional information compiled by Techno Fog shows that Wanda’s deceased husband had accused her of alcoholism, mental illness and anger issues.

In her deposition, Wanda owned up to her history of mixing different prescription pills and having mental breakdowns in public.

She also considered divorcing her husband due to her insatiable temper, and she mentioned that her medical problems had destroyed the finances of her family.

While the fake news media has blamed this tragedy on Trump while others may consider this a case of fatal stupidity, there may be more sinister motives afoot behind this poisoning considering Wanda’s history of mental instability.

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Supreme Court Overturns NY Cuomo’s Coronavirus Restrictions on Houses of Worship

Religious freedom restored.

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The US Supreme Court has overturned New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s coronavirus restrictions on houses of worship, preventing the state from enforcing limits on attendance at religious services.

The decision was reached by a 5-4 ruling on Wednesday night, with recently-confirmed Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett proving to be a decisive vote on overruling the restrictions. Bush administration appointee John Roberts joined progressive judges in voting to allow Cuomo to restrict attendance at religious services.

The ruling justices issued a majority opinion which identified the religious restrictions as a violation of the First Amendment not otherwise applied to “essential” businesses.

Cuomo’s 10 and 25-person occupancy restrictions were decided to “single out houses of worship for especially harsh treatment,” with justices pointing to a lack of restrictions on other institutions. Catholics of the Diocese of Brooklyn and Orthodox Jews had united in a lawsuit challenging the restrictions, which New York has recently sought to walk back of its own accord. Andrew Cuomo had applied no such restrictions to arbitrary businesses allowed to open, such as acupuncture and nail salons. Meanwhile, religious organizations have been required to turn away worshipers at their doors.

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It’s not up to governors to dictate to American citizens whether or not they can attend religious services. Some things are simply best determined by personal conscience, as opposed to governmental mandates.

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