News You Can Use for February 12, 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 Sunday, February 12, 2017.

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A Muslim Georgetown Professor was recently heard defending slavery and rape… under Islam.

A gay liberal New Yorker was forced to the right by the insanity he saw on the left, and now he’s hoping that more liberals will do the same.

Sadly, it seems that President Trump is embracing the Export-Import Bank and all of the foul consequences that comes along with.

Watch and enjoy as the NYPD breaks up a criminal protest that chose to block street traffic. The police had warned the protesters that they could assemble and protest but they could NOT block traffic; when the protesters refused to obey… the police did their jobs.

CBS’ Major Garrett recently wrote a scathing op-ed chastising folks in the media who were considering skipping the White House Correspondents Dinner.

“But no self-respecting White House reporter has ever been a president’s prom date, and the dinner isn’t a date at all,” Garrett writes. “It’s a cease-fire with bad wine and crowded tables. And if we, the media, stand Trump up at the proverbial dance because we’re pining for another ‘date,’ we make it that much easier for him to say we’re playing favorites. And in this case, at least, he’d be right.”

Liberal protesters continue to complain about the deportation of illegal immigrants, but what they fail to mention is that the only people being deported are illegals who have been charged and convicted of other criminal offenses!

Saturday Night Live’s recent attempt to mock Kellyanne Conway is disgusting and offensive… and not at all funny.

Chelsea Clinton’s attempt to troll on Twitter backfires immediately.

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