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Blocked on Twitter!
The following are among those who have blocked Johnny Dollar on twitter:
- David Shuster
- Chuck Todd
- Sen Scott Brown
- Jonathan Capehart
- Dave Weigel
- Greg Gutfeld
- Fox Nation
- Joy Ann Reid
- Joe Scarborough
- Laura Ingraham
- Keith Olbermann
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