News You Can Use for October 26, 2017

News You Can Use for October 26, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, October 26, 2017.

“The whole Democratic Party is now a smoking pile of rubble.” The Democrat Party is in denial and they still haven’t woken up to the realization that their party is a shambles.

After learning that Hillary Clinton’s campaign and her allies in the DNC were behind the funding for the notorious “Trump dossier,” the next shoe to drop will fall on the FBI.

The “Trump dossier” isn’t the only shocking news we learned this week, we also learned that there is now proof that the Obama Department of Justice blocked conservative groups from getting settlement funds.

The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee claims he obtained a “smoking gun” email that proves the Obama Justice Department prevented settlement payouts from going to conservative-leaning organizations, even as liberal groups were awarded money and DOJ officials denied “picking and choosing” recipients.

Americans are sending too many things to Houston when what the city really needs is money.

As Hollywood pretends to be upset about all of the sexual assault allegations that are boiling to the surface, they continue to support the leftwing pervert photographer, Terry Richardson.

Arizona Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) decided to call it quits this past week, and in making the announcement that he wouldn’t be seeking reelection he argued that it was President Trump’s fault and that the voters were wrong for not agreeing with Flake over Trump. It seemed like an honorably goodbye, but was actually a thinly veiled tantrum.

Europe’s security services seem shockingly unconcerned about the many ISIS fighters that are now returning “home.”

“We are told we do have a significant number already back in this country who have previously gone to Iraq and Syria,” said Max Hill QC, who acts as an independent reviewer of terrorism laws in the United Kingdom. “That means that the authorities have looked at them and looked at them hard and have decided that they do not justify prosecution and really we should be looking at reintegration and moving away from any notion that we are going to lose a generation from this travel.” The theory is that these ISIS boys were just going to Syria to kill and die “out of a sense of naivety, possibly with some brainwashing along the way.”

Now someone is accusing former President George H.W. Bush of  “sexual assault.”

Many of those Gander Outdoor stores that closed this past year are preparing to reopen after a bit of rebranding.

A new video is making the rounds and it shows an old chimpanzee, near the end of its life, seeing an old friend… and it’s amazing.

Scientists are now admitting that the Universe shouldn’t actually exist.

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