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A New Hampshire state representative, Al Baldasaro, who was notoriously famous for attacking former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and said that she “should be shot for treason” was among the attendees at a White House bill signing Friday morning. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muOveoGtq2s Baldasaro served as a delegate for Trump at last year’s Republican National Convention. When White House press secretary Sean Spicer  was asked about Baldasaro’s presence at Friday’s press briefing, he said. “I don’t believe, and the president has said this as well, that anybody that goes out and tries to highlight those kinds of actions, should not be welcome,”…

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Hillary Clinton has given the Republican Party a new name if Congress ends up passing  the Senate health care bill. She called the  party a  “death party.” Clinton shared on her twitter: https://twitter.com/HillaryClinton/status/878366918243233792 “Death panels” is a reference to a line of attack that that was used by some Republicans amid debate on the Affordable Care Act in 2009, suggesting that Obamacare would have the government determine whether elderly people or people with special needs “deserve” care. Clinton is encouraging people to call their senators about the controversial Trumpcare.  The Republicans  in the Senate are not saying anything about the…

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Wyclef Jean may be adding to President Donald Trump’s headaches as he sends a powerful  message to immigrants and refugees: America wouldn’t be great without you. “When it comes to me and the travel ban, I always speak loud and clear in the sense of understanding personally, where I came from and understanding that this is these United States of America and it is the country of immigrants,” he told CNN. Trump had fought to ban some countries and individuals from entering America, and had suffered severely at the hands of lawyers. In Jean’s upcoming album, “Carnival III: The Fall…

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The Republicans were calling wolf when actor Johnny Depp joked about assassinating President Donald  Trump. The actor has apologized because it didn’t go over too well. Depp made the comment at Glastonbury Music Festival in the United Kingdom, asking the audience, “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?” Depp clarified that he  was referring to John Wilkes Booth, the stage actor who killed President Lincoln during a play in 1865. The famous actor apologized through People Magazine. “It did not come out as intended, and I intended no malice. I was only trying to amuse, not to…

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In Washington DC, the Metro Police attacked a handful of inauguration protesters smashing windows with crowd-control grenades, tear gas and pepper spray. The police arrested peaceful protestors, volunteer legal observers and journalists and ended up sexually several members of the crowd, including the four plaintiffs; photojournalist Shay Horse, volunteer legal observer Judah Ariel, and peaceful protesters Elizabeth Lagesse and Milo Gonzalez. An officer ordered Horse, Gonzalez, and three others to remove their pants. The officer then grabbed their testicles and inserted a finger into their anuses. Meanwhile, “other officers laughed.” “I felt like they were using molestation and rape as…

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Former Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was with elected French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris to discuss what could be done to save our planet from the ravages of climate change. The pair recorded a video message to President Donald Trump, but they refused to call out Trump by name . In that speech, Macron declares, in English, that France will continue to stand with the American people and work to save the Earth, even as Trump betrays our nation’s sacred obligations. He closed defiantly with his now iconic words, “Make our planet great again.” Schwarzenegger shared on his twitter account…

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has shown that he is a hypocrite! His fight to repeal Obamacare has revealed that McConnell doesn’t remember his past. If not for the government, McConnell may not have walked in this life. McConnell got a terrible case of polio as a child. In a 2005 interview, he said  “My mother was, of course, like many mothers of young polio victims, perplexed about what to do, anxious about whether I would be disabled for the rest of my life” Watch the video: