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Nebraska Senator Uses ACB Hearing To Crap All Over Astros, 'Miserable Cheaters'

TMZ.com Wednesday, 14 October 2020 ()
"I'd like to talk about the Houston Astros, who are miserable cheaters." Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse used time during the Amy Coney Barrett hearing Wednesday to dump ALL OVER the Astros ... and we gotta say, it was funny as hell!! The…
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