Negin Farsad: Might As Well Set Your Ballot On Fire | KCET
Negin Farsad: Might As Well Set Your Ballot On Fire
Ballot Brief is asking Southern California personalities and pundits how they would characterize the 2016 election cycle. Comedian Negin Farsad gave us this commentary on what makes this presidential race especially crazy, and possibly apocalyptic.
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