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"A Spoonful of Clorox" might seem almost too easy a song parody of Donald Trump's latest stunning gaffe – but Randy Rainbow rose to this moment of unbelievable madness with his usual creative genius. (Yes, he's the true stable genius, not that idiot in the White House.)

That's why this video is nearing four million views within days of its release. The only worry here, aside from laughing yourself to death, is that the Trump cultists will take this seriously, like the nimrods who have been calling New York's Poison Control Center to find out whether they should follow the president's suggestion.

Please don't drink the bleach. Just click.

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Driving has gotten much less dangerous over time, thanks to new safety features in cars, better highway design and a decline in drunk driving. But that's no solace to motorists who face dangers of a different kind — not when they are driving, but when they are stopped on the side of the road.

Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old African American, was fatally shot by a police officer in Minnesota after being pulled over for an expired license tag. In Virginia, Caron Nazario, a Black and Latino Army officer, was pepper-sprayed after being stopped for lacking a rear license plate — though a temporary plate was affixed to his rear window.

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