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Comments about the soundtrack for Finding Dory (Thomas Newman)

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Make the Ocean Great again!
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• Posted by: Ken Kirchner
• Date: Sunday, June 19, 2016, at 4:36 p.m.
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Finding Dory is not only an anti-SeaWorld movie. It is that, but more important is the message about accepting people with mental disabilities, like Dory.

In America, fascists like DONALD TRUMP secretly want to execute mentally handicapped people to improve the gene pool. TRUMP mocks the disabled on stage while still claiming he loves their support by pointing at one handicapped person in his crowds and saying, "Look at my retarded friend over there! I'll win the retard vote, I guarantee you. The retards love me!" Dory would vote TRUMP to MAKE THE OCEAN GREAT AGAIN.

And will Thomas Newman vote for TRUMP? His soundtracks for Finding Dory and Spectre are so boring, he should be forced to spend a day with TRUMP to wake himself up!

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       Ken Kirchner - Sunday, June 19, 2016, at 4:36 p.m.

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