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On LA County’s ballot next week, one candidate to become a judge reportedly advocated deporting all non-white people from the United States.  He was writing under the name James O.

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On LA County’s ballot next week, one candidate to become a judge reportedly advocated deporting all non-white people from the United States. He was writing under the name James O.

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