News You Can Use for May 8, 2017

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In Fance, leftist Emmanuel Macron won in grand fashion over his presidential competition (also a leftist on everything except immigration and the EU) Marine Le Pen. The French voters were in a “no win” situation as they were forced to vote between two very flawed, far-left candidates.

Folks, there is NO “RIGHT” to healthcare. It does not exist.

Some conservative leaders were frustrated by President Trump’s recent religious liberty executive order because it didn’t come close to delivering the promised protections that they had been told to expect.

There are about a dozen secession movements currently underway throught the USA… but none of them seem destined for success.

The Democrat lies about Obamacare continue to pile up in fast and furious fashion.

The current big lie is that the GOP’s Obamacare fix, passed by the House last week, would strip millions of America’s most vulnerable citizens of health insurance and drive up premiums for those who manage to keep coverage.

Obamacare is already doing that, thanks to the economic naivety of the Democrats who crafted the law.

“We’re all going to die,” is the most recent campaign slogan from the Democrat Party who have collapsed into hysterics over the GOP’s new healthcare bill. Actually, it seems that they are in hysterics about everything these days.

Here’s comes the next major outbreak of Trump Derangement Syndrome…and it’s all going to be Barack Obama’s fault.

By smearing the President and everyone who supports him as “fascists,” liberals hope to distract the average voters from all of the problems their liberal policies have created.

HBO’s Bill Maher made a disgusting incest “joke” about Donald and Ivanka Trump, and liberals loved it.

New York continues to attack the personal liberty of their citizens, this time by moving to force Trump to release his state tax returns.

Hillary Clinton’s election loser tour can only mean one thing… she’s running again in 2020.

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