News You Can Use for December 13, 2017

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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, December 13, 2017.

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Trending: Get Ready: 2019 Will Be the Year of Gun Confiscation with Democrats in Power

Even liberals are starting to recognize that President Trump is doing nothing but WINNING.

Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “an author and co-host of the Al Sharpton Show, observes that according to numerous indicators the Trump presidency is a success, beginning with his delivery of a long list of campaign promises.

Among Mr. Trump’s many victories, Hutchinson enumerates Mick Mulvaney’s appointment to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Neil Gorsuch’s contribution to the Supreme Court, Scott Pruitt’s work at the EPA, Trump’s support of fossil fuels to make America energy independent, the RNC backing of judge Roy Moore in Alabama, the fizzling out of Russiagate, the passage of the tax reform bill, and the record-level stock market.”

Unlike Democrat proposals on terrorism or gun violence, the President’s reforms would have actually stopped the last two terror attacks!

Protests and Violence against Israel aren’t Trump’s fault… it’s just anti-Semitism at work.

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) recently called for President Trump to resign. The President responded by mocking the “lightweight” Senator who he called a “total flunky” for Chuck Schumer.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders embarrassed CNN’s Jim Acosta when the reporter attempted to pretend that the media’s recent spate of misreporting were just “mistakes.”

FBI Deputy Director and suspected Democrat flunky Andrew McCabe’s House Intel interview has been postponed as more revelations come out about the “Trump Dossier.”

Meanwhile, the wife of a top DOJ official was discovered to have been working for the firm that produced the anti-Trump, “Trump Dossier.”

The NFL Network (and the NFL itself) are in major trouble after a series of troubling sexual harassment allegations became public knowledge earlier this week.

The family of the terrorist who just tried to blow up the New York City subway is upset over the way they’ve been treated by investigators… the Internet has a response for them.

Conservatives in Georgia are attempting to finally bring an end to the unjust use of civil asset forfeiture by local police forces.

North Korea is a horror show. A recent escapee describes a nation where forced abortions are a regular event and the bodies of dead prisoners are fed to dogs.

Another day, another Democrat leader arrested for crimes against the people of his state. 🇺🇸

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