Maybe the seditious Mr. Pillow and Senator from Texas could unite for a buddy film.
The buddy film might begin with the seditious Mr. Pillow and Senator climbing into white Bronco with passports and cash, headed for Mexico.
Thanks to @JolieSibert, who proposes an NPR show for the notorious duo, called “Morning Sedition."
Title of the buddy film could be “! Love the Smell of Insurrection in the Morning."
Did those drivers in Texas doublecheck on what their Senator (with his personal photographer) put in their cars?

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Silver figurines on Oval Office mantel in “Seven Days in May” (1964), which told of military coup d’etat and insurrection against United States, and more recently:
The great John Frankenheimer directed both “The Manchurian Candidate” (1962) and “Seven Days in May” (1964).
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While waiting to return to power in Argentina, the ousted dictator Juan Peron kept remains of his venerated wife Eva, dead for two decades, in open casket on his Madrid dining table, where Peron’s third wife, Isabel, combed Eva’s hair every day.
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“Clod Squad."
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