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News You Can Use for June 20, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, June 20, 2017.

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The political left has become so violent and so hateful that the time may have arrived for us to consider extreme measures. With America more polarized than we’ve been in over a century, perhaps it’s time we seriously consider the possibility of secession? If we separate left from right, perhaps it will save us from further turmoil?

ABC News says the Washington Post is wrong and special counsel Robert Mueller is NOT investigating Donald Trump.

To make sure that the economy turns around all we have to do is undo Obama’s economic policies.

Is the special election in Georgia’s 6th District shifting towards the GOP in the final days of the campaign?

CBS’ Scott Pelley told viewers last Thursday night that the Alexandria attack on GOP Congressmen was “self-inflicted.”

“It’s time to ask whether the attack on the United States Congress Wednesday was foreseeable, predictable and, to some degree, self-inflicted.”

Sadly, there seems to be a lot of “collateral damage” in the war in Syria and Iraq. The New York Times wonders why it seems that the USA is killing so many innocent civilians.

President Trump’s coal mining initiative and his efforts to fulfill the promises he made to the Rust Belt prove that he’s a political genius.

We’re more than halfway through June and the GOP has still NOT passed a new healthcare bill or a tax cut, which means that Congress should not be allowed to go home for vacation this summer.

The illegal and unconstitutional mutiny against President Trump.

The Democrats better hope that their soft-coup against Donald Trump fails because if it doesn’t they will be the Biggest Losers.

Before it’s too late and before you’ve done damage that can’t be undone, give up this dream of some extra-constitutional dues ex Mueller to overturn the election you lost. Turn away from this insanity before it’s too late, because straightforward from here is chaos.

Europe’s leaders seem ready, willing, and able to commit suicide by “diversity.”

Why did America move backwards in “racial progress” during the Obama era?

The shooting in Alexandria is proof-positive that we NEED guns BEFORE the police arrive.

Robert Mueller has a disqualifying conflict of interest in the investigation into Russia. 🇺🇸

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