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Pompeo: Several US Citizens Killed In Sri Lanka Attacks

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement Sunday that several U.S. citizens were killed in the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka. Terrorists killed over 200 people and wounded 450 others in Sri Lanka using coordinated explosive attacks on churches and hotels. Bombs erupted in churches in Negombo, Colombo, Batticaloa. “The United States condemns in the strongest ...

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Otero County Declares State of Emergency, Demands National Guard Man Border Checkpoints

New Mexico’s Otero County declared a state of emergency Wednesday, demanding that the governor deploy the National Guard to man currently unstaffed Customs and Border Patrol checkpoints. The resolution was passed unanimously and emphasized the need for checkpoints, which were closed in March, to stop the passage of drugs and to halt illegal crossings at the border according to the ...

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Reporter Lashes Out After White House Plays ‘Edelweiss’


Reporters set Twitter abuzz when New York Times White House Correspondent Maggie Haberman noted that the White House  was playing the song “Edelweiss,” suggesting there was significance to the song that the White House did not understand. “Does…anyone at that White House understand the significance of that song?” Haberman tweeted Thursday morning. Does…anyone at that White House understand the significance ...

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Trump Thought The Investigation Was Going To Paralyze Him Domestically And Abroad

Information from the Mueller Report reveals President Donald Trump worried the Mueller investigation would paralyze him domestically and abroad. Evidence reveals that Trump worried the investigation would end his presidency because he thought the investigation would paralyze him worldwide. When told by Sessions that a Special Counsel had been appointed, Trump reportedly “slumped back in his char.” “Oh my God. ...

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Comey’s Source On ‘The Tapes’ Was Told They Were False But Didn’t Tell Comey

Thursday’s release of the Mueller report reveals that former FBI Director James Comey’s source was told that compromising tapes of President Trump were fake – but the source chose not to tell Comey. Russian businessman Giorgi Rtskhiladze texted former personal attorney to the president Michael Cohen on October 30, 2016, saying “Stopped flow of tapes from Russia but not sure ...

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HRC Honors Buttigieg For Pushing Legislation Restricting Religious Freedom

Though South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg advocates for freedom as part of his 2020 presidential campaign bid, he apparently does not believe small business owners have the right to religious freedom. Buttigieg’s strong support of the Democratic Equality Act, an act pushing non-discriminatory policies against LGBTQ peoples, earned him the honor of speaking at a Human Rights Campaign event in ...

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Poll: 70 Percent Of Russians Approve of Mass Murderer Joseph Stalin

A Russian poll released by the Levada Center pollster revealed Tuesday that 70 percent of Russians approve of mass murderer Joseph Stalin – a record high for Russian approval of Stalin. The survey was conducted by the independent Levada Center pollster using 1,600 respondents between March 21-27, revealing not only that 70 percent of Russians approve of Stalin, but that ...

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2020 Dem Candidate Andrew Yang Casts Himself As The Opposite Of Trump Because … Math?

Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang drew a crowd in Washington, D.C., Monday as he held a rally at the Lincoln Memorial. The rally attracted about five hundred people, according to the Washington Examiner. Students from George Washington University, American University, and Georgetown University attended the rally wearing Yang 2020 attire and hats that said “MATH,” according to Business Insider, ...

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Lawmaker Calls for Investigation Into Anti-Semitic UNC-Duke Conference

Republican Rep. George Holding is calling for an investigation into a conference hosted by Duke and UNC where video footage reportedly showed anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias. The conference was held despite worries from organizations and alumni that the conference would be anti-Semitic. Political filmmaker Ami Horowitz captured videos of Palestinian rapper Tamer Nafar singing explicitly anti-Semitic content. YouTube twice censored ...

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YouTube Accidentally Links Notre Dame Fires To 9/11

YouTube accidentally linked the fires at Notre Dame Cathedral Monday to the September 11 terrorist attacks with a feature designed to stop the spread of misinformation. When viewers clicked on the YouTube live stream of the fires at Notre Dame, a link popped up offering information from Encyclopedia Brittanica on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, according to CNN. YouTube’s mistake comes ...

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AOC Gives Up Facebook Because Social Media Is Bad. Fortunately, Her Instagram Has 3 Million Followers

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez said in an interview Sunday that she will no longer be using Facebook because social media poses a “public health risk,” but the Democratic representative still retains use of her gigantic followings on Twitter and Instagram. Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez has used social media significantly to her political advantage thus far, but she announced Sunday in ...

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Democrats Have Convinced A Majority Of American’s That Trump Didn’t Cut Their Taxes. They’re Wrong

Not even one in ten American taxpayers got a tax increase this year, but a New York Times survey reveals that many Americans believed they did not get tax cuts because of Democratic misrepresentation. The New York Times conducted a survey through Survey Monkey in early April that found that 40 percent of Americans believed they had received a tax ...

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UK Seeks To Protect Children On Social Media By Banning Likes

The United Kingdom is taking steps to protect children’s privacy on social media by banning ‘nudge tactics’ which encourage users to spend more time online. The Information Commissioner’s Office provided the document “Age appropriate design: a code of practice for online services” which explains that the U.K. wants to protect children within the internet rather than to ban children from ...

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Adult Children Could Be Charged In College Scandals: Report

The adult children of the parents charged in the college admissions scandals could be charged as well, according to reports from CBS News. Prosecutors sent target letters from the U.S. attorney’s office in Boston to children who were aged 18 or over at the time of admission and who prosecutors believe were aware of the crime at the time, an ...

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Top Ex-Hillary Aide Backs Movement To Fire Kavanaugh From Teaching At George Mason

The former press secretary for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign is backing a movement to fire Brett Kavanaugh from teaching at George Mason University. Former Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon is the executive director of the liberal advocacy group Demand Justice, according to Fox News. After the George Mason undergraduate group “Mason For Survivors” started a petition to remove Kavanaugh, ...

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