Blake Masters


Republican extremist who ran for election to the U.S. Senate to represent Arizona. He lost in the general election on November 8, 2022. In April 2021, Masters appeared as a potential candidate for United States Senate in 2022, having received $10 million from Peter Thiel in the run-up to a potential bid to challenge incumbent Democrat Mark Kelly. Masters officially entered the race on July 12, 2021. Promoting himself as "an America first conservative", Masters announced a platform of opposition to H-1B visas and criticism of Big Tech monopolies. Masters supported the audit of the vote in Maricopa County. He called election integrity the "top issue" of his campaign, adding that while President Joe Biden was the congressionally certified president, "it's really hard to know" the winner of the 2020 U.S. presidential election. A few months later, Masters stated he personally thought "Trump won in 2020" in a campaign ad and appeared at a fundraiser with the former president at Mar-a-Lago shortly afterward. Masters' campaign attracted attention from a campaign advertisement that he released stating that "You should be able to raise a family on one single income" Blake Masters lost badly to incumbent Mark Kelly in the 2022 General Election. Masters is running for election to the U.S. House to represent Arizona's 8th Congressional District. He is on the ballot in the Republican primary on July 30, 2024.
Who's The Trump-Endorsed Candidate? 'Misleading' Ads By Masters Prompt Request For Change
"Trump has endorsed Masters’ rival, former Arizona attorney general candidate Abe Hamadeh, in the race to represent Arizona’s West Valley-area 8th Congressional District. That didn’t stop Masters, who Trump endorsed in his 2022 U.S. Senate campaign, from airing a television ad that suggested he has the former president’s support. “Trump endorsed Masters,” the ad read in capital letters. It added, in a smaller type font, moments later: “In Senate campaign.”"
Jul. 6, 2024
The Nastiest GOP Primary In America Keeps Getting Nastier

Attribution: American Principles Project ad.

"A super PAC affiliated with venture capitalist Blake Masters' longtime allies in the crypto industry are spending almost $600,000 to boost him in the July 30 Republican primary for Arizona's 8th District, a constituency in the Phoenix's western suburbs that's home to what is now the ugliest House primary in the nation." [ . . . ] "Masters has repeatedly made use of part of an online comment his rival wrote as a teenager in 2009 that included the words "America Was Founded on Islamic Principles." He's also done everything he can to make sure viewers see a photo of his opponent in Mecca, which was taken while Hamadeh was deployed with the Army. Hamadeh himself recently told Business Insider's Bryan Metzger he is "non-denominational" and doesn't affiliate with a specific religion."
Jul. 1, 2024
But, Aren't MAGA's Experts On The Constitution???

Source" X

Birthright citizenship is guaranteed to most people born on U.S. territory by the first part of the Citizenship Clause introduced by the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution (adopted July 9, 1868), which states:

"All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside."

The Amendment overrode the Supreme Court decision in Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) that denied U.S. citizenship to African Americans, whether born in the United States or not, and whether a slave or a free person.

Blake Masters' Campaign Shared Misleading Fundraising Numbers, Failed To Disclose Candidate Loaned $1 Million
"Masters' campaign told Fox News Digital on Jan. 24 that the venture capitalist and conservative firebrand had raised $1.3 million in just the first two months after announcing his candidacy for Arizona's 8th Congressional District, but that amount was too high by nearly $200,000. Additionally, the campaign did not disclose that the vast majority of that sum — $1 million — was a personal loan from the candidate."
Feb. 5, 2024
GOP Candidates For Congress Continue To Argue Elections Were Stolen, Government Corrupt
"Some Republican candidates running for Congress in Arizona's 8th district continue to argue that the 2020 and 2022 elections in Arizona were stolen from their party and made those complaints a central theme of a Wednesday forum." [ . . . ] "The 8th Congressional District forum was hosted by conservative activist Merissa Hamilton, who lost a bid for Phoenix mayor in 2020 and now runs a political group called Jenna Rayne, an Arizona State University student and chair of the West Valley Young Republicans, moderated the forum with Hamilton. Abe Hamadeh, who lost a bid for Arizona attorney general last year and continues to file lawsuits challenging that outcome, Masters, and state Sen. Anthony Kern participated. Jacob Chansley, often known as the QAnon Shaman for his protest persona, attended the event but was not allowed to speak because he plans to run as a Libertarian and the event was for Republican candidates only, according to the hosts."
Nov. 16, 2023
Best Racist Dogwhistles - Blake Masters
"There are Republicans, and then there are Republicans who know better. Blake Masters, who ran for U.S. Senate in 2022 against incumbent Democrat Mark Kelly and lost, should know better. The Stanford graduate, venture capitalist and protégé of tech billionaire Peter Thiel sure ain't dumb, so when he embraced the far-right "great replacement theory," which posits that Democrats are trying to "replace" white folk with nonwhite immigrants to the U.S., he knows exactly what he's doing and the kind of racism and hatred that he's stirring up. During the GOP primary, Masters accused "the left" of wanting to "change the demographics of this country," adding, "They want to do that so they can consolidate power and so they can never lose another election." In other words, if you're a bigot, vote for Masters because he's pro-white, right? This is the kind of racist crap Southern politicians used to spew during segregation. We'd advise Masters, who remains politically ambitious, to do better, if we thought it'd do any good. Hopefully, his words will stick to him like Scotch tape for the rest of his career in politics."
Sep. 28, 2023
GOP Turns To MAGA Flop Blake Masters For Election Strategy Advice
"The Republican Party is inviting its mistakes to a midterm postmortem in the hopes of learning from them, apparently."
Nov. 2, 2022
Blake Masters joins Kari Lake's Hit Song, 'I Lost So You Cheated'
"Blake Masters has now joined the chorus in the latest Kari Lake smash hit to top the MAGA billboard: “I lost, so the election was stolen.” Masters went on a tear on Thursday evening, charging thousands of Arizona voters were disenfranchised and calling on every member of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to “resign in disgrace”. “They all deserve to be recalled by the voters, and investigated by the AG (pray that @AbrahamHamadeh makes it in),” he tweeted. According to Masters-think, the Republican-run Board of Supervisors was either “grossly negligent” or outright rigged the Nov. 8 election by making sure that Election Day lines were long and tabulation machines didn’t work. “We may never know how many thousands of voters were disenfranchised,” he tweeted. “And yes this would have made a difference in Abe and Kari’s races.” He also complains that that not enough Republicans voted by mail. Oh, the irony."
Nov. 1, 2022
Blake Masters Is The Most Dangerous Candidate In America
"Masters is just as far outside the ideological mainstream as he let on during the primary. He thinks that America is in a period of extreme societal decline—a “dystopian hell world,” in his words—and “evil and incompetent” Democrats are mostly to blame. To rescue our country from the left, Masters believes that America needs a more combative Republican Party willing to weaponize state power to pursue a hard-right nationalistic agenda, enforce socially conservative values, and punish anybody who gets in the way. Of course, far-right nationalism itself isn’t all that unique within the post-Trump GOP. But Masters’ worldview is both more thoughtful and more extreme than those of his Republican counterparts. He hasn’t arrived at this perspective merely out of political expediency: he’s a true believer in hard-right nationalism and a harsh critic of small-L liberalism."
Oct. 5, 2022
GOP Senate Hopeful Blake Masters Repeatedly Has Criticized US Military
"Republican Senate hopeful Blake Masters repeatedly has said there’s “rot” in the military and that its leadership is inadequate, incompetent and should be fired." [...] ""Our top generals have turned into woke corporate bozos, and our troops deserve better,” he wrote on in November, accompanied by a campaign video of him lambasting the military. “I hate to say it, but our military leadership is totally incompetent,” Masters said, standing in what appears to be an agricultural field. “No active duty American general has ever won a war."
Sep. 23, 2022
Blake Masters Wants To Fire All Generals And Replace Them With Conservatives
"Blake Masters, the Republican nominee for Senate in Arizona, has repeatedly said the U.S. should clean house on the senior ranks of the military, pushing the claim that all the generals and admirals are “woke” and “left-wing” losers who’ve never won a war. His solution? Fire them all, and promote “the most conservative colonels.” “Your entire general class, they're left-wing politicians at this point. It's very hard to become a general without being some kind of left-of-center politician,” he said at an Apache Junction Ladies for President Trump event in August 2021, according to audio obtained by VICE News. “I would love to see all the generals get fired. You take the most conservative colonels, you promote them to general."
Sep 15, 2022
Blake Masters' Campaign Took Down Website Posts On D.C. Riot, Immigration, 2020 Election
"Controversial comments about the U.S. Capitol riot, an immigration conspiracy theory, and the false claims of a stolen election have disappeared from Republican Senate hopeful Blake Masters' campaign website. Masters is demonstrating that his campaign reboot involved more than removing his views on abortion. During the Arizona GOP Senate primary, Masters' website urged a stop to "the Biden crime wave" that seemed to cast the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection as trespassing. Today, there is no apparent reference to the violent clash between a pro-Trump mob and police at the Capitol. That change, along with others first reported by CNN, reflects an evolving shift in tone from Masters, as he looks to broaden his appeal beyond Republican voters in his bid to oust Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz."
Aug. 30, 2022

Arizona Senate Candidate Blake Masters Erased False Stolen Election Claims From His Campaign Website. It Now Says, 'We Need To Get Serious About Election Integrity.'

Aug. 30, 2022

"The campaign website for Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters appears to have removed a popular far-right claim that the 2020 election was stolen.
Masters' website previously stated that the "2020 election was a rotten mess" and that "if we had a free and fair election, President Trump would be sitting in the Oval Office."
The claims were on Masters' campaign website as late as August 23, based on available archived screenshots from WaybackMachine, before it disappears around August 25.

The website now just states, "We need to get serious about election integrity," before going into several points to reform US elections, including banning drop boxes and "ending indiscriminate mass mailing of ballots."
CNN first reported the updates to the website.
His campaign site has toned down some of its language around other go-to Republican talking points.
NBC News previously reported that Masters' website removed more extreme anti-abortion stances, calling for a "federal personhood law" that could make abortion illegal even at the state level. The website also previously said that Masters was "100% pro-life."
Now, it says Masters supports a "law or a Constitutional amendment that bans late-term (third trimester) abortion and partial-birth abortion at the federal level," while also affirming that the candidate disagrees with Roe v. Wade.
In his section on immigration, CNN reported that the website was scrubbed of language that references the great replacement conspiracy theory — a claim that non-white voters are being brought into the US to outnumber white voters for a certain political agenda.
A source close to Masters told CNN that the website is updated and managed by the candidate himself. "
“It’s A Religious Sacrifice To These People, I Think It’s Demonic,” Responds AZ. Senate Candidate, Blake Masters, After A Media Question On Abortion
"A widely reported radical response from Blake Masters—according to at least one Valley health care worker—”offend every single woman and individual that supports abortion rights and women’s personal health decisions.”"
Aug. 27, 2022
Scrubbed From Blake Masters Website Aug. 25, 2022
And What It Was Replaced With:
More Republican projection, less reality
This WOULD have been saved to the Internet Archive but for Masters having it excluded so there would be no record of these changes. Only a website owner can request that a site be excluded.
In Arizona, Blake Masters Backtracks On Abortion, Scrubs Campaign Website
"Arizona Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters softened his tone and scrubbed his website's policy page of tough abortion restrictions Thursday, as his party reels from the U.S. Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade." [...] "Look, I support a ban on very late-term and partial-birth abortion," he said. "And most Americans agree with that. That would just put us on par with other civilized nations." (Late-term abortions are extremely rare, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tracker.) Just after releasing the ad, Masters' campaign published an overhaul of his website and softened his rhetoric, re-writing or erasing five of his six positions. NBC News took screenshots of the website before and after it was changed. Masters' website appeared to be refreshed after NBC News reached out for clarification on his abortion stances. "I am 100% pro-life," Masters' website read as of Thursday morning. That language is now gone."
Aug. 25, 2022
Blake Masters Says He’s Avoided Chinese Investments. Untrue.
"California tech financier turned Arizona GOP senate candidate Blake Masters often cites his own business record as a model for his hardline anti-China policies, claiming that as an investor he had not raised money for “a single startup” in China, and wanting to “literally ban” Chinese nationals from working for U.S. companies out of national security concerns. One problem. It turns out, Masters has participated in multiple funding rounds for a Chinese biomedical startup—including alongside Chinese Communist Party investors. He also had business ties to a second, U.S.-based medical company when it was honored by a CCP-backed organization."
Aug. 23, 2022
Blake Masters Caught Lying About Anti-Semitic Backer
"The Arizona Senate candidate said he’d “never heard of” his Christian nationalist superfan Andrew Torba. New audio reveals he talked to the Gab CEO at length"
Aug. 10, 2022
Who's The California Billionaire Trying To Buy A U.S. Senate Seat In Arizona?
"Peter Thiel's $15 million helped Blake Masters win the Republican primary. Thiel's biographer explains what Thiel wants and how he's connected to Masters."
Aug. 8, 2022

Blake Masters - Wrong Side

What do you call a Nazi-loving, anti-American, tax-hiking Arizonan? Blake Masters.



Aug. 3, 2022

Blake Masters Is Peter Thiel’s Dream Candidate—And A Total Nightmare For Democracy
"The right-wing tech giant, who has said he believes freedom and democracy are incompatible, has poured millions into his protégé’s Senate campaign."
Jul. 18, 2022

These Arizona Candidates Still Say Donald Trump Won In 2020, Or They're Not Sure What Happened

Oct. 27, 2022

"Elected officials and candidates for office in 2022 continue to challenge and question the results of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona.
The results have been examined and re-examined, challenged in court and in a monthslong ballot review. No evidence has been found of widespread fraud or error in the results.
Yet candidates deny the outcome. Others don't quite go as far. But they raise questions about potential irregularities they say could have influenced the vote and should be examined.
The Arizona Republic is listing candidates by category by the race that they are entered in. This list is not complete and will be updated throughout the 2022 election season.

 Election deniers

These candidates in Arizona races deny that Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election, either in Arizona or nationwide."
US Senate
  • Jim Lamon, Republican
  • Blake Masters, Republican

US House of Representatives


Secretary of State

Attorney General


  • Bob Lettieri, Republican

Arizona Corporation Commission

State Senate

State House of Representatives

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

 Election questioners
These candidates in Arizona continue to raise issues about the 2020 election process but do not deny or affirm that Joe Biden won.
US House of Representatives

Arizona Corporation Commission

State Senate

State House of Representatives

 No Clear Answer
These candidates have failed to answer or not provided a clear answer on whether Joe Biden won the election.

State House of Representatives

The Strident Writings Of A Young Blake Masters Dog His Senate Run

The New York Times by Jonathan Weisman, July 6, 2022

"Blake Masters, a Republican candidate for the Senate in Arizona who won the endorsement of former President Donald J. Trump, has been dogged by a trail of youthful writings in which he lamented the entry of the United States into the First and Second World Wars, approvingly quoted a Nazi war criminal and pushed an isolationism that extended beyond even Mr. Trump’s.
In the most recent examples, unearthed and provided to The New York Times by opponents of Mr. Masters, he took to the chat room of CrossFit, his workout of choice, as a Stanford undergraduate in 2007 to espouse views that might not sit well with the Republican electorate of 2022.
As he had in other forums, Mr. Masters wrote on the CrossFit chat room that he opposed American involvement in both world wars — although World War II, he conceded, “is harder to argue because of the hot button issue of the Holocaust (nevermind that our friend Stalin murdered over twice as many as Hitler … why do we gloss over that in schools?).”"

[ . . . ]

"Also on the CrossFit chat room, Mr. Masters, then 20, argued that Iraq and Al Qaeda did not “constitute substantial threats to Americans.”" ...
Trump-Loving Arizona Senate Candidate Receives 'Forceful Endorsement' From Nazi Daily Stormer Founder
"Andrew Anglin, who publishes the hate site Daily Stormer, announced his endorsement of Masters in a blog post that also expressed support for Trump-endorsed Ohio Senate candidate J.D. Vance, another GOP candidate bankrolled by billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel, reported Jewish Insider. “I cannot give a more forceful endorsement, and I demand that anyone in Arizona (who is not some kind of known neo-Nazi or whatever) get in contact with his campaign and see what kind of help he needs,” Anglin wrote in the June 9 entry. “This is exactly the kind of man this country needs." The 37-year-old Anglin, an outspoken admirer of Adolf Hitler and an early Trump supporter, has gone into hiding since helping to orchestrate the 2017 "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia."
Jul. 1, 2022

Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Getty/Alamy

Blake Masters’ Views On Gay Marriage May Surprise His Political Master Peter Thiel

"Republican senatorial candidate Blake Masters enjoys the financial and political support of his longtime friend, mentor, and billionaire business partner Peter Thiel, who is gay. But Masters, who attended Thiel’s wedding, also apparently believes Thiel’s marriage should be illegal."

Jun. 27, 2022

A Trump-Backed Arizona Senate Candidate Suggests He Wants To Privatize Social Security
"We got to cut the knot at some point though because I'll tell you what, I'm not going to receive Social Security," GOP Senate primary candidate Blake Masters said at a primary debate hosted by the conservative group FreedomWorks"
Jun. 24, 2022
John Oliver Exposes ‘Racist’ Arizona Senate Candidate Blake Masters
"The “Last Week Tonight” host aimed his ire at the Peter Thiel-backed GOP candidate for Senate in Arizona who’s blamed gun violence on “Black people” and admires the Unabomber."
Jun. 13, 2022
Video Shows GOP AZ Senate Candidate Blake Masters Shoving Man To Ground
"there is clear evidence that Jackson was cold-cocked by a woman who was shooting cell phone video of him from a few feet away. The video shows the woman lashed out with a balled fist at Jackson's left jaw. Jackson's head snapped back; the smack on Jackson's face appeared to be audible. In the video, Jackson's arms appear to be flailing. "I defended myself against her because she'd already punched me," he said. "I pushed her left shoulder away so we could get some distance because she was right up against me." "When I pushed her away, that's when the male mob descended upon me," he said. The candidate event hadn't started yet. Masters was circulating behind the small group near Jackson. The video shows that Masters, who is 35, rushed in, put his hands around Jackson's neck and pushed him to the ground outside the meeting room. Two attendees harassed Jackson as he lay on the ground. Jackson suffered a bruised neck - the result of someone tugging on a gold chain around his neck, he said - and bloodied knees when he hit the ground."
Jun. 9, 2022
Audio Shows Trump-Endorsed Arizona Senate Candidate Questioned Whether January 6 Attack Was Set Up By FBI
"Blake Masters, the Republican Senate candidate from Arizona, met with conservative activists at a Phoenix IHOP this spring and was asked whether he would support investigating US intelligence operations to uncover the federal government's "nefarious activities." Masters replied, "Absolutely," and then floated the conspiracy theory that the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol actually may have been a false-flag operation set up by the FBI,"
Jun. 7, 2022
GOP Senate Candidate Blake Masters Roughs Up 73-Year-Old Dem. Protester In Green Valley
"out of nowhere comes Blake Masters, a U.S. Senate candidate who'd been glad-handing in the background. Masters lunged at Jackson, put both hands around his neck and pushed him backward."
Jun.7, 2022

Twitter, accessed Jun. 7, 2023

Trump-Endorsed Senate Candidate Blames Gun Violence On ‘Black People, Frankly’

Rolling Stone, Jun. 6, 2022

"Blake Masters, whom former President Donald Trump recently endorsed for Senate in Arizona, said during a podcast appearance earlier this year that “Black people, frankly” are responsible for America’s gun violence problem.
“We do have a gun violence problem in this country, and it’s gang violence,” Masters said on the “Jeff Oravits Show” on April 11, the Daily Beast reported on Sunday. “It’s people in Chicago, St. Louis shooting each other. Very often, you know, Black people, frankly. And the Democrats don’t want to do anything about that.”
Masters — who has peddled the great replacement theory and falsely insisted that Trump won the 2020 election — went on to say that Democrats “don’t like the Second Amendment” because “it frankly blocks a lot of their plans for us.”
Masters has leaned on racism, conspiracy theories, and guns throughout this campaign." . . .
Peter Thiel Puts Another $3.5 Million Behind Blake Masters In Arizona
"The previously unreported donation is Thiel’s first new investment in the super PAC, Saving Arizona, since he seeded it with $10 million more than a year ago. It brings his investment in Masters — a friend and former employee who recently resigned his leadership positions at Thiel’s foundation and hedge fund — to $13.5 million."
May 24, 2022
Republican Senate Candidates, Including Masters In Arizona, Promote ‘Replacement’ Theory
"A half-dozen mainstream Republican Senate candidates are drawing on the “great replacement” conspiracy theory once confined to the far-right fringes of U.S. politics to court voters this campaign season, promoting the baseless notion that there is a plot to diminish the influence of white people in America."
May 17, 2022

Gender Pay Gap Is Just A ‘Left-Wing Narrative,’ Ariz. Senate Candidate Said

"Newly obtained video shows Blake Masters arguing men make more because they do the "most dangerous jobs.""

May 11, 2022



Recorded Feb. 2022, Video via MSNBC

GOP Senate Candidate Blake Masters Embraces National Abortion Ban
"He said that “at a minimum,” abortion should be left up to the states. But, he added, “I actually think we should go further than that though.” “I think the 14th Amendment says you have the right to life, liberty and property,” he said at an event in Carefree, Arizona. “You can’t deprive someone with that without due process. Hard to imagine a bigger deprivation of due process than killing a small child before they have a chance to take their first breath. So I think you do need a federal personhood law.”"
May 9, 2022
GOP Senate Candidate Blake Masters Wants To Allow States To Ban Contraception Use
"Blake Masters, a Tucson-based venture capitalist, boasts on his website that he will only vote to confirm federal judges “who understand that Roe and Griswold and Casey were wrongly decided, and that there is no constitutional right to abortion.” Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, decided in 1973 and 1992, respectively, both upheld a constitutional right to abortion access. But the ruling in Griswold v. Connecticut in 1965 protected a married couple’s right to buy and use contraceptives without government restrictions."
May 7, 2022
Trump Muscles Into Arizona Senate Primary
"Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to attend a fundraiser next week for Arizona Republican Blake Masters, marking his first foray into the state’s contentious GOP Senate primary. [...] The fundraiser, according to an invitation obtained by POLITICO, is being held Wednesday night at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach"
Nov. 6, 2021
You Can Have Dinner With Peter Thiel If You Donate $5,800 To His Employee’s US Senate Campaign
"Want to have an intimate dinner with Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel? Just donate $5,800 to one of his employees’ campaigns for US Senate. Donors who give the maximum legal amount to support Blake Masters’ bid to unseat Democratic Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly in 2022 will be invited to have dinner with the candidate and Thiel, according to the campaign."
Aug. 6, 2021
Blake Masters Launches GOP Run Against Arizona Senator Mark Kelly
"Masters said he supports the ongoing review of ballots in Maricopa County being conducted on behalf of legislative Republicans, led by a Trump supporter who promoted the former president’s unfounded election conspiracy theories. Asked whether he believes Democratic President Joe Biden was the legitimate winner of the 2020 election, Masters deflected. Masters considered challenging Republican Sen. Martha McSally last year, spooking some in the GOP who feared he would weaken the incumbent ahead of the general election, but opted against running. McSally lost to Kelly, who is now finishing the term of the late Sen. John McCain and seeking his own six-year term in office."
Jul. 13, 2021
Peter Thiel Is Spending $10 Million To Back A Business Partner’s Senate Bid
"Formed on April 19th, the Saving Arizona PAC is taking aim at the state’s 2022 Senate race, which will see former astronaut Mark Kelly defending his seat for the Democrats. According to Politico, the PAC will support Thiel Capital executive Blake Masters"
Apr. 26, 2021
Peter Thiel’s Latest Venture Is The American Government
"2016, he gave $4 million across various campaigns, including $1 million to a super-PAC supporting Trump, on whose behalf Thiel spoke at the Republican National Convention. He’s known to have funded right-wing hoaxer James O’Keefe"
One Of Peter Thiel’s Closest Aides Might Run For The US Senate
"Blake Masters could become the latest Thiel protégé in Washington"
Oct. 2, 1019

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