News You Can Use for December 19, 2016

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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 Monday, December 19, 2016.

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Surprise! None of the celebrities who promised to leave the country if Trump won… have actually left. Not a single one.

A former communist explains how he got it so wrong, and why he now knows that capitalism is the world’s best hope.

The Federalist Papers unmasks the liberal bias at CNN while also using Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s own words to prove that Russia DID NOT physically meddle with our election.

It’s a bit late for regret but… Loretta Lynch now admits that she was wrong for meeting with Bill Clinton on his plane in Arizona last summer.

Texas Republicans may soon finally get a ban of so-called “Sanctuary Cities” on the books!

The Trump team caught the Palm Beach Post in an outright lie this week and exposed them for the purveyors of fake news that they are.

Contrary to the CIA’s assertion, the RNC was NOT hacked by the Russians… but they did try! Sadly, for the DNC, the RNC’s security was far more capable than their Democrat counterparts.

John Podesta continues to blame everyone but himself for his ugly emails and terrible performance as Hillary Clinton’s campaign chief.

It’s not just Podesta who’s been spewing ‘sour grapes;’ interim DNC head Donna Brazile (who was famously caught cheating and undermining the electoral process this year) got on her high horse to complain about the “tainted election.” What a laugh. The woman cheats during the primary and we’re supposed to believe her when she whines about the “integrity” of the election? Ridiculous.

Hillary only won the popular vote because of California. If California is left off the list – Donald Trump would have won the popular vote by over 2 million votes.

People are loving Laura Ingraham’s recent tweet.

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