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GOP lawmaker loses real estate job, apologizes for ‘All Lives Splatter’ meme


South Dakota state Rep. Lynne DiSanto is out of a real estate job after she posted a meme on social media that declared, “All Lives Splatter,” prompting backlash. Ms. DiSanto, who is the GOP’s majority whip in the state House, has apologized for a ...


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