Did you mayhaps mean purge?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of purge.
“Now, the moderates are all gone, "RINOS" who have been purged from the party by those who put ideological purity above all (including compromise, which is a necessary part of democratic governance).”
“Hey Steel hoping you are enjoying all them noe-con conservitives, you know the religuse nut cases the dems purged from the party because they was to left for even for their own tastes.”
“Anyway, for some reason at one point all my old comments got purged from the archives, so in that linked thread you can see people responding to me, but not my actual posts.”
“Messages are kept on the Exchange system for 45 days (with exceptions) and then purged from the system.”
“The heretics will be purged from the land, and the true faith will remain pure.”
“I thought about Akh in 2007 when the Federal Bureau of Prisons, pointing to a supposed rise in prison religious fundamentalism, issued a list of permitted religious books for prison libraries -- all other books were to be purged from the bookshelves.”
“It should be purged from the face of the earth. obamarroids”
“But the Court is blind to the fact that ideas are purged from the political agenda in ways other than government censorship.”
“Van Jones, who was purged from the White House through a Fox News-orchestrated smear campaign, told a gathering of activists in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, that the day after Obama's election, "you gave away your power" by receding to the sidelines or turning their attention to individual issues while neglecting the over-arching narrative.”
“– - Yo, Aetna Joe, moderates are being purged from the GOP.”
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