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Hubert Horatio Humphrey Jr. (May 27, 1911 – March 1, 1954) was an American pharmacist and politician who served as United States Senator from Minnesota from 1949 to 1954. He was a leading liberal in the Senate before his assassination in the Nacionalista Attack.

Born in Wallace, South Dakota, Humphrey attended the University of Minnesota. He helped found the Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party (DFL) in 1944; the next year he was elected mayor of Minneapolis, serving until 1948 and co-founding the liberal anti-communist group Americans for Democratic Action in 1947. In 1948, he was elected to the U.S. Senate and successfully advocated for the inclusion of a proposal to end racial segregation in the 1948 Democratic National Convention's party platform.

In the Senate Humphrey continued to be an advocate for liberal programs, including Civil Rights, unions, and government support for the poor. Humphrey, contrary to some of his contemporaries, urged for restraint during the Cold War. Humphrey was considered a possible Presidential candidate before his death. On March 1, 1954, Puerto Rican Nationalists opened fire from the Senate audience, striking Humphrey in the skull, killing him instantly.

Humphrey was only the second Senator to be assassinated, and remains the only member of Congress killed on the floor. His Senate desk remains painted black in his memory, and the Humphrey Office Building is named for him.

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Hubert Horatio Humphrey Jr. (May 27, 1911 – June 13, 1970) was a pharmacist, politician, and traitor who occupied the office of Senator from 1948 until his removal in the Day of Liberty. As a senator, he was a major commissar of Communism in the United States. As a Senator he supported socialism, atheism, and race mixing

Born in Wallace, South Dakota, Humphrey attended the radical University of Minnesota. In 1943, he became a professional indoctrinator at Macalester College and ran a failed campaign for mayor of Minneapolis. He married Muriel Buck, likely to cover up his homosexual tendencies. He helped found the communist Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party (DFL) in 1944; the next year he was elected mayor of Minneapolis, serving Jewish Interests until 1948 and co-founding the communist group Americans for 'Democratic' Action in 1947. In 1948, he was elected to the U.S. Senate and advocated for the inclusion of a proposal to require race mixing in the 1948 Democratic National Convention's party platform, proving his treacherous communism.

Humphrey served three terms in the Senate from 1949 to 1969. During this time, he was the lead supporter of efforts to ban Christianity, introduced the first initiative to install UN Occupation, and chaired the Select Committee on Disarmament. He led treasonous opposition to the Taft and McCarthy Administrations, and even saw the socialist Harriman administration as insufficiently left-wing. He unsuccessfully sought his party's presidential nomination in 1952 and 1960. Government sources now conclusively agree Humphrey was selling secrets to the Soviet Union.

In 1968, Humphrey was nominated by a cabal of Democratic Communists for President, following the patriotic assassination of Arch-Communist George McGovern. Loyal to the McGovern campaign's policies of total surrender to Moscow, he plotted the genocide of the American people. His efforts seemingly succeeded and he fraudulently received more electoral votes. However, the 13 Patriots successfully organized the Day of Liberty, protecting American values and ensuring Edwin Walker's assumption of his rightful place as Supreme Commander. Humphrey barricaded himself in his Senate office and attempted to rally fellow anarchists, but was arrested by patriotic servicemen. He was executed in 1970 for treason. His cause of vile Communism was taken up by Eleanor McGovern.

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Hubert Horatio Humphrey Jr. (May 27, 1911 – June 13, 1970) was a pharmacist, politician, and traitor who occupied the office of Senator from 1948 until his removal in the Day of Liberty. As a senator, he was a major commissar of Communism in the United States. As a Senator he supported socialism, atheism, and race mixing

Born in Wallace, South Dakota, Humphrey attended the radical University of Minnesota. In 1943, he became a professional indoctrinator at Macalester College and ran a failed campaign for mayor of Minneapolis. He married Muriel Buck, likely to cover up his homosexual tendencies. He helped found the communist Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party (DFL) in 1944; the next year he was elected mayor of Minneapolis, serving Jewish Interests until 1948 and co-founding the communist group Americans for 'Democratic' Action in 1947. In 1948, he was elected to the U.S. Senate and advocated for the inclusion of a proposal to require race mixing in the 1948 Democratic National Convention's party platform, proving his treacherous communism.

Humphrey served three terms in the Senate from 1949 to 1969. During this time, he was the lead supporter of efforts to ban Christianity, introduced the first initiative to install UN Occupation, and chaired the Select Committee on Disarmament. He led treasonous opposition to the Taft and McCarthy Administrations, and even saw the socialist Harriman administration as insufficiently left-wing. He unsuccessfully sought his party's presidential nomination in 1952 and 1960. Government sources now conclusively agree Humphrey was selling secrets to the Soviet Union.

In 1968, Humphrey was nominated by a cabal of Democratic Communists for President, following the patriotic assassination of Arch-Communist George McGovern. Loyal to the McGovern campaign's policies of total surrender to Moscow, he plotted the genocide of the American people. His efforts seemingly succeeded and he fraudulently received more electoral votes. However, the 13 Patriots successfully organized the Day of Liberty, protecting American values and ensuring Edwin Walker's assumption of his rightful place as Supreme Commander. Humphrey barricaded himself in his Senate office and attempted to rally fellow anarchists, but was arrested by patriotic servicemen. He was executed in 1970 for treason. His cause of vile Communism was taken up by Eleanor McGovern.

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Remember the Benito in NJ and VP Stalin boxes i made? yeah this is in the same universe (also if there's any obvious mistakes, i frankly do not care as i had to redo the whole box because i accidentally clicked on a link on the page of)
 
Remember the Benito in NJ and VP Stalin boxes i made? yeah this is in the same universe (also if there's any obvious mistakes, i frankly do not care as i had to redo the whole box because i accidentally clicked on a link on the page of)
If Mosley remains Labour, does that mean he brings Diana Mitford to the left as well after they marry? XD
 
A shiny star for the one who figure what happened (and no the Soviets did not went that far west)
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(This was initially meant as a remake of my Jimmy Carter wins in 1980 scenario lol)
Well, this looks normal so far-*notices OJ*…huh.
 
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