News You Can Use for November 12, 2016

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As liberals whine about winning the popular vote, remind them that the House GOP just won the election by over 3 MILLION Votes.

Vice President elect Mike Pence (R-IN) will take over the duty of overseeing the formation of Donald Trump’s “transition team”. Pence will assume the role that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) had been performing, though it seems that Mr. Christie’s recent troubles have forced the Trump team to cut ties with the Governor.

Congratulations to Ken Blackwell who has been tapped by the Trump Campaign to head up the domestic transition team for the President Elect. Blackwell is a Christian, conservative African-American from Ohio who has close ties with the conservative community and has been a leader on the right for many years. His selection should go a long way to helping ease the concerns that many conservatives have about Donald Trump.

Some colleges decided to cancel classes in the wake of Donald Trump’s election victory! I kid you not. Stories like this are exactly why Mr. Trump just won the election. In fact, the temper tantrum being thrown by liberals across America right now is just confirmation to Trump voters that they did the right thing.

Thousands of angry and presumably unemployed people across the country have taken to the streets. They’re marching, as you’ve probably heard, in protest of Donald Trump’s victory. Nobody is quite sure what’s accomplished by protesting the legitimate result of a free and fair election — least of all do the protesters themselves understand their own purpose — but they march on anyway. As is often the case with these left wing demonstrations, it’s more about venting confused frustration than accomplishing anything of substance or communicating any kind of coherent message. Also, it’s an excuse to participate in the cherished liberal custom of burning American flags.

Others have reacted even less rationally. If you had walked cross the campus at Cornell on Wednesday morning, you may have found students sitting on the ground, drawing pictures, and sobbing uncontrollably. A “cry in,” they called it.

On Wednesday two separate incidents became national news when “Trump supporters” supposedly attacked Trump opponents. The only problem? Police quickly proved that both complaints were hoaxes… and now the liars are being charged with filing false police reports.

The truth is… there is NO violent hate-crimewave in “Trump’s America.” The folks at Reason touched on the two stories above but found several more examples of HOAX crimes that prove liberals have a hard time telling the truth.

Repealing and replacing Obamacare will be harder than it looks – but the GOP is acting as if they are committed to getting the job done.

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