News You Can Use for October 6, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, October 6, 2016.

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The NFL is suffering under the weight of continued player protests against the National Anthem. Ratings continue to drop as more and more Americans sign on to #BoycottNFL.

Mike Pence just gave Donald Trump a “clinic” on how to handle the next debate.

Hillary Clinton has played fast and loose with the truth, our laws, and our national security. Now her crimes aren’t just causing her problems, they are compromising the public’s faith in our most important agencies and in our American system.

“Three-phased crime” accurately describes the linked illegalities, but it’s a dud headline. “Three-phased felony” is artsy—sounds like a court room accusation in a Law and Order episode. The Triple Crime echoes horse-racing’s classy Triple Crown. The Triple Crown’s big time, and so are Hillary’s felonies.

But Hillary’s triple isn’t classy. It’s ugly. It’s a living monster that began in 2009 and continues. Thanks to the FBI’s compromised director, Jim Comey, and an obstruction of justice operation with tentacles throughout the Obama Administration, Hillary’s disgraceful Three-Headed Crime is on-going.

It seems that Donald Trump isn’t the only presidential candidate who has had issues filing his taxes in the past. The Clinton Foundation was just forced to refile three years worth of tax forms!

Surprise! A recent Hillary Clinton interview on the Steve Harvey Show was completely scripted and Clinton knew what she’d be asked before appearing on the show.

Is Vladimir Putin actually poisoning American diplomats in Russia?

Women are more worried about the possible outcomes of this election than men are.

53 percent of women reported feeling “scared” about the election so far, compared to just 37 percent of men.

Prison Planet’s Alex Jones is NOT happy with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who Jones now believes is covering for the Clinton campaign.

Libertarian Vice President candidate, Bill Weld, is sending mixed signals about his team’s run for the White House. While New York Magazine and the Boston Globe are both reporting that Weld is focusing his efforts at keeping Donald Trump out of the West Wing, Weld says that he is also fighting to keep Hillary Clinton out of the Presidency.

A British man might be the first person in the world to be cured of HIV after being subjected to a new “breakthrough” treatment.

An oil exploration company says that it’s found a major new oilfield that could contain up to 2.4 billion barrels of oil.

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