News You Can Use for January 31, 2018

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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, January 31, 2018.

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Here’s your daily reminder from liberals across America… Everything is Racist, and you are too, if you’re against DACA.

NBC News has an interesting piece that details at least 8 different times that someone could have stopped the sexual assault spree of the USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.

A liberal argues that President Trump should have fired special counsel Robert Mueller long ago.

You can drop the pretense, Mr. President. Of course you wanted to fire Mueller. And frankly, you should have.

Firing Mueller would have spared us many months of expensive inquiry that have yet to yield anything substantive. A year after Trump’s inauguration, we are still faced with a lot of speculation and unrelated charges that masks the complete absence of actual evidence on what is supposed to be the focus of this probe: that Trump or any member of his campaign knowingly colluded with the Kremlin to the advantage of the former during the 2016 election.

Former FBI Director James Comey is still living in a fantasy world where he pretends that the FBI is sinless.

The reason that things seemingly went crazy at the FBI and the DoJ (besides the bias) is that Hillary was a shoe-in to win the election… until she didn’t.

Watch the hypocrisy. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) was a guest on the View when she launched into one of the most ridiculous monologues we’ve seen in a while. Over the course of 3 minutes she went from demanding zero tolerance for sexual misconduct to praising Bill Clinton. I kid you not.

Boo-hoo… poor Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

Actor Gary Sinise just destroyed the California teacher who mocked our soldiers and implied that they were the dregs of our society.

Wherein the NY Times finally admits that conservatives are right about left-wing hypocrisy.

The pro-life State of the Union.

The once affable and gregarious Jimmy Kimmel has devolved into an ugly troll who lives under a bridge and throws rocks from his glass palace.

Why does Hollywood love and revere a child rapist – and what should that tell us? 🇺🇸

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