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News You Can Use for June 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 Monday, June 12, 2017.

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As the Russia collusion story continues to unravel, the media has begun to move on to their next big non-story – obstruction of justice.

Former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony last week finally proved what many of us suspected all along – Comey was a member of the “anti-Trump resistance.”

Comey and the media have an ugly double standard when it comes to corruption and collusion. The difference in coverage between proven Obama crimes and Trump innuendo is glaring.

In the wake of Comey’s testimony and the realization that a significant portion of our intelligence community is trying to undermine President Trump – we have to wonder who we can get to police our police.

Comey’s testimony also revealed the enormous amount of bias that played a role in his decision making process.

Comey wanted to prevent the appointment of a special counsel for Hillary Clinton, who was the subject of an FBI investigation, but he wanted to “prompt” the appointment of a special counsel for President Trump, who was not the subject of an FBI investigation.

He understood that the appointment of a special counsel “would send the message, ‘Uh-huh, there’s something here’” and that it would be “many months later or a year later” before the special counsel would announce that, in fact, “there was no case there.”

Comey’s testimony also opened the former FBI Director up to a world of possible legal trouble – and some on the right think that the President should push to prosecute the rogue g-man.

The media is destroying their own credibility and a major bias is the root cause.

Almost every day, MSNBC’s Morning Joe is offering free psychiatric advice from a bunch of people who aren’t psychiatrists.

Vice President Mike Pence may be the hardest working VP in the history of our nation.

The government, and Democrats in particular, owe the American taxpayers BILLIONS of wasted dollars, stemming from the irrational Russia investigation.

California has collapsed into socialism and things are beginning to get very ugly out West.

The critics are ruining Wonder Woman, which is sad, because it’s a good movie.

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