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Friday, July 28, 2017

You can actually pinpoint the exact second Marco Rubio's heart is ripped in half

Posted By on Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 2:22 PM

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Last night, Sens. John McCain, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins split from party lines and did The Dougie on the GOP's "Skinny Repeal" of Obamacare.

While the clip of McCain giving his big thumbs-down is extremely satisfying, be sure to look just to the left to witness the exact second Rubio's little heart is ripped in half.




In the clip, we see Rubio standing with his hands on his hips, seemingly chewing a piece of gum, and staring down McCain like he just sipped on a can of diet whoop-ass.


But then McCain, like Commodus in the film Gladiator, shockingly turns his pale thumb downward, signaling a brutal finishing move to Rubio and his fellow GOP members.

Also, don't miss Mitch McConnell standing motionless as he stares into the vast nothingness of time and space.

Put it on repeat.
Update:
Someone dubbed over Stone Cold Steve Austin audio over this clip and it's amazing. 

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