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Republicans nearly swept Tuesday’s elections, with more than a little help from conservative dark money. So on Wednesday, David Bossie – the president of Citizens United, the group whose lawsuit opened the floodgates to a wave of outside spending – had a message for the GOP: You’re welcome.

Click above to see Bossie’s victory lap – then share this video!

Video via Right Wing Watch/YouTube

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