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Howie Carr: Al Franken's Resignation May Be Fake News

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Friday, 08 December 2017 11:07 AM

Howie Carr says he doesn't believe Sen. Al Franken's announcement that he's quitting Capitol Hill.

"Al Franken-slime still doesn't think he did anything wrong," the Newsmax personality wrote Friday in his column for The Boston Herald.

"Which is why I won't believe the vile Democrat pervert is really gone until he actually resigns, rather than just vaguely claiming he's going to do the right thing, sometime in 'the coming weeks.'''

Carr says Franken, a former comedian and "Saturday Night Live" star "can't accept the fact that he's all washed up" and called his announcement on Thursday a "whining, cringe-worthy speech."

"Despite his show-biz background, he apparently never got the memo: Self-pity is not good box office. He did everything but say, 'You won't have Stuart Smalley to kick around anymore,"' Carr writes.

"Consider his low-rent background — Harvard, show biz, Congress, NBC. All of which is why I don't think he's really going to quit. His pledge to resign isn't the first time Franken has lied, and it surely won't be the last."

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