News You Can Use for February 5, 2018

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The fallout over the FISA Abuse Memo continues to ripple across the political landscape and over at the Washington Examiner they cover 3 major questions about the memo.

The memo was no where near as salacious as some GOP partisans hoped it would be, but there was enough info to prove that something had gone very wrong at the FBI and the DOJ. In fact, the memo has definitively proven that someone at the FBI acted in a biased and purposefully corrupt manner, the question is… will the guilty party pay the price?

While the memo proves that the FBI acted illegally in obtaining a FISA warrant against Carter Page by using the Steele Dossier, it does not mean that the Russia investigation isn’t warranted. So says Trey Gowdy.

The Democrats are melting down about the Nunes FISA Abuse memo, and it’s created conditions that have allowed our political process to enter the “Upside Down.” We have now entered a world where the Democrats are defending law enforcement (in spite of evidence of wrongdoing) and the GOP is demanding reform of law enforcement. This is truly Bizarro World stuff.

CNN mocks Trump for worrying about the Deep State and then they confirm that the Deep State exists and will destroy Trump.

Experts warn about Trump “politicizing” US intelligence, but say nothing about the Democrats use of intelligence as a political weapon (see Loretta Lynch, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page).

The Democrats are holding a LOSING hand in their battle against President Trump.

The three faces of the Democrat Party are about to collide and things could get very ugly.

Pro-Life groups are ramping up for the 2018 midterms by targeting pro-abortion Democrats in Red States.

Thus far 2018 is coming up roses for President Trump, which is nothing but bad news for the Democrats.

The polls continue to shift hard toward the GOP and the Democrat hopes of a wave grow ever more unlikely. The GOP can breathe easier, but they shouldn’t let their guard down, there’s still a long time before November voting and anything could happen.

Journalism is dead.

Are men beginning to revolt against the #MeToo movement?

Tom Brady’s New England Patriots are the most tainted sports dynasty… EVER.

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