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I am sorry that you are having to deal with this frustrating set of circumstances. What I would do at this point if I were in your shoes is to file what is known as a "congressional inquiry" and/or send a letter to Secretary John Kerry at the U.S. Department of State explaining to them what you are going through.
Here is the address for the State Department:
U.S. Department of State***** NWWashington, DC 20520(###) ###-####/p>
A congressional inquiry is where you contact you senators and file a complaint against a governmental agency like the Department of State. Here is a link to help you look up your senator's contact information. Usually a call from a senator will get the ball rolling again quickly.
Maybe you can call the senator's office on Monday morning instead of writing a letter. A staff member there may be able to contact someone he/she knows at the State Department to get your passport processed and back to you within 72 hours. This is the fastest remedy I know of to tell you.