News You Can Use for October 25, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, October 25, 2017.

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Trump Derangement Syndrome can only carry the Democrats so far, and it seems at this point to have finally stalled out… and the Democrats are no closer to winning back the House, the Senate, or the White House.

‘Never Trump’ Republicans still don’t understand that Trump is a symptom of the problem in the GOP… he is NOT the actual problem, or the cause of the GOP’s problems.

All Hat, no Decency. Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) is a deplorable so-and-so.

The Democrat embrace of identity-politics is killing the party and destroying our country. Their decision to abandon their traditional blue-collar constituency is leading directly to the demise of a once-great nation.

On Monday MSNBC did a story on Trump’s border wall that was meant to paint the project in a negative light, but while they were filming they witnessed a group of illegal immigrants jump over the current border fence, proving the need for a wall.

Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C. Republicans are quietly crafting a deal that would amnesty the DREAMers and form the foundation of an immigration agreement that the Democrats can agree to.

House Republican leaders have cut of Rep. Dana Rohrabacher’s (R-CA) ability to travel on the taxpayer’s dime over fears that he has been compromised by Russia.

The nation’s elite media is “on Safari” in Middle America attempting to better understand the mind of the average American. Sadly, this very fact is proof enough that the media have lost touch with reality. Red-state America is not a wilderness, Trump voters are not animals, and the elites are not spectators in a zoo.

It’s time for a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton’s Russia scandal and the possibility that it was her campaign colluding with the Russians and not Trump’s.

Yikes! Over 200 women have now accused Hollywood bigwig James Toback of sexual assault, rape, or inappropriate sexual behavior.

President Trump is very popular with the enlisted men and women in our nation’s military, but he’s less popular among our officers.

John McCain and Bob Corker – so-called “Republicans” who have turned their backs on conservatism and what’s best for the USA in an effort to make themselves feel important again.

CNN recently tried to troll the Trump administration with a new advertisement touting their convictions and promising their allegiance to the “real news.” Sadly, for CNN, their attempt failed and made them look ridiculous… again.

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