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What the Heck Happened This Week (WTH Weekly) – 6-19-15

Brian Williams to MSNBCLying former anchorman of NBC Nightly News, Brian Williams, found a home at MSNBC. In other news: MSNBC’s credibility as a news source remains unchanged.

Dylann Storm RoofYoung man on a prescription drug known to cause violent behavior murders 9 people in South Carolina. News focuses on race, the weapon and the confederate flag. No one seems to think there’s an issue with the prescription drug known to cause violent behavior. Next up: baseball bats and how they kill.

Texas decided that it should probably keep its gold a little closer. Following the lead of states like Utah, the Lone Star State has decided that gold might be better than U.S. dollars. Texas could soon issue currency backed by gold. No way the federal government will ever copy that success story.

Obamatrade took another step towards reality as the House of Representatives passed Trade Promotion Authority (TPA.) If you enjoy working in manufacturing, hopefully you speak Chinese, Filipino, Spanish or Vietnamese – or are sleeping with a Senator.

She's either a giant Q-Tip or preparing to become a human cannonball.

She’s either a giant Q-Tip or preparing to become a human cannonball.

Rachel Dolezal made national headlines after it was discovered that she had dishonestly claimed to be black. The left stood behind her saying things like “she’s black because she says she is.” Everyone else thinks another liberal just went off the reservation. Rachel has resigned her NAACP post and she’s been voted off Spokane’s Police Oversight Commission (we aren’t currently sure if tiki torches and a council were involved.) Hey, is MSNBC looking for a new host?

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720Donald Trump threw his hat into the ring as a candidate for President in the 2016 election  citing his wealth and fame as qualifications. It shouldn’t be long until Gordon Ramsay, Kim Kardashian and Camille Grammer all join the crowded GOP candidate field. In other news, the Republican National Committee is considering a debate format similar to “The Bachelor” to help narrow the field. Group date anyone?


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