Newsweek just published the most ridiculous story about Mike Pence

Further proving President Donald Trump’s point that the mainstream media is fake news, Newsweek published the most ridiculous story about Vice President Mike Pence. On Thursday, Newsweek’s John Haltiwanger wrote a piece titled, “Mike Pence’s Pets Won’t Stop Dying,” which is about as pathetic as one might imagine.

The WEIRD resignation of Trent Franks in AZ

Republican Rep. Trent Franks of Arizona announced Thursday that he would be resigning from Congress amid a probe from the House Ethics Committee into allegations of sexual harassment from two former staffers. Franks resignation is odd, and there’s much more to the story than the mainstream media is reporting.

Crazed nutjob Sam Seder rehired by MSNBC

After firing a contributor for joking that he would allow his daughter to be raped, MSNBC is trying to walk back its decision.

On Thursday, MSNBC announced it had rehired Sam Seder as a contributor, just days after an old tweet from Seder went viral across the internet.

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Is the GOP playing it both ways with Roy Moore?

The chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner, said Thursday that they will not stand behind Roy Moore.

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What’s next in the aftermath of Franken resignation? GOP sees huge opportunity

The chair of the Minnesota Republican Party,  Jennifer Carnahan, said that disgraced Sen. Al Franken’s resignation on Thursday is a “huge” opportunity for the party to flip Franken’s Democrat seat to Republican. That vote, though, will have to wait until the 2018 midterms and a special election.

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‘Racist’ flyer may cost Doug Jones big in AL

The Doug Jones for Senate Committee thought that circulating a racially charged flyer was a good way to win the black vote in Alabama in the upcoming special election against Judge Roy Moore.

The move backfired.

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With Al Franken resigning, here’s what might happen next

Not long after Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., announced Thursday that he would be resigning from his post in the coming weeks amid several women accusing him of sexual misconduct, Democrats are now scattering to figure out what might happen next.

To answer that question, we have to understand how Franken went from being a comedian on Saturday Night Live to an United States Senator.

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Roseanne slams Franken, while ex-husband Tom Arnold defends

If you needed more evidence of today’s bizarre political and media environment, look no further than the reaction to Al Franken’s resignation announcement earlier today. Read all »

Watch: Rep. Jordan grills FBI Director over Mueller’s team of anti-Trump investigators

Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio believes that if everyone from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team was fired for anti-Trump bias, there wouldn’t be anyone left.

During his testimony Thursday before the House Judiciary Committee, FBI Director Director Christopher Wray faced a barrage of questions from Jordan about the Russia investigation.

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Top DOJ official demoted amid probe of connection to Trump-Russia dossier firm

Many Americans are questioning the impartiality of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election election.

In the past few weeks, several bombshell reports have exposed top members of Mueller’s team as having a clear bias against President Donald Trump, and now a top official at the Department of Justice is on the chopping block.

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BREAKING: Democrat Sen. Al Franken will resign

In light of several women accusing Democrat Sen. Al Fraken of Minnesota of sexual misconduct, the embattled senator is throwing in the towel.

During a brief announcement Thursday from the Senate floor, Franken said he will be resigning from his post.

“Today I am announcing that in the coming weeks, I will be resigning as a member of the United States Senate,” Franken said.

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The last domino: How the Left engineered a fake moral high ground

Improper sexual behavior has recently caused a cascade of prominent figures to fall. In Hollywood, Weinstein, Spacey, and CK Louis were fired. In the media, Halperin and Thrush were fired for improper sexual behavior. Even titans of television, Charlie Rose and Matt Lauer, have been terminated because of improper sexual acts. On the political front, Congressman John Conyers and Senator Al Franken were accused of improper sexual behavior.

Conyers retired, and the word on the street is that Al Franken will resign tomorrow. Read all »

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