Insiders Say Impending Mueller Report Will Be an Anticlimactic Dud

Help us, Robert Mueller, you’re our only hope. That’s been the unspoken mantra of the left for at least a year now, a collection of nervous Princess Leias, blindly putting their faith in a special counsel investigator who will surely – SURELY – be the man to slice President Donald Trump down with his Lightsaber of Justice. But as hints ...

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“Unprecedented” Spike in Illegal Immigrant Families Crossing the Border

According to as-yet-unpublished statistics from the Border Patrol, the U.S. is seeing record levels of illegal immigrant parents crossing the border with children. The statistics, obtained by the Washington Post this week, show that in the three months since the Trump administration halted the “family separation” policy at detention centers, there has been an unprecedented surge across the U.S.-Mexico border. ...

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Another Study Finds Google Biased Towards Left-Wing News

In late August, conservative site PJ Media did an informal study of Google News search results and found that the world’s most popular search engine is astonishingly biased towards left-wing news outlets. The story (predictably enough) got very little play in the mainstream media. Those news organizations that bothered to take notice only did so after President Trump tweeted indirectly ...

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It’s Been a Really Bad Month for Michael Avenatti

Not that long ago, the man Tucker Carlson has brilliantly dubbed the Creepy Porn Lawyer was riding high on a wave of liberal enthusiasm. Having become a fixture on cable news shows across the dial, Michael Avenatti was so confident about his newfound stardom that he was beginning to make serious overtures to the voters in Iowa. Yes, the man ...

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Lawmaker Says FBI Deliberately Hid Contradicting Evidence From FISA Court

A Republican lawmaker from Texas says that while the American people have already had a significant glimpse into the shenanigans pulled by the FBI during the 2016 presidential election, we still haven’t seen the extent of the deception. Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) told Fox News this weekend that he was privy to classified material that proves that the FBI deliberately ...

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UC Irvine Case Invites Huge Backlash Against #MeToo Movement

If the #MeToo movement didn’t jump the shark with the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, it is surely only a matter of time before even (moderate) feminists see how absurd and destructive this empowerment trend is becoming. The conversation has quickly turned away from serious incidents like assault, rape, and oppressive harassment and towards trivial nonsense like bad dates, clumsy flirting, ...

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Trump: It “Would Have Been Destructive” to Abandon Kavanaugh

In an interview with the Washington Examiner this week, President Trump said that he never once considered withdrawing his nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, despite extraordinary pressure to do so. The president said that he could see the truth about what was happening to his Supreme Court nominee and knew that it would have disastrous consequences if he gave in to ...

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Rand Paul Warns: “Someone’s Going to Be Killed”

In an interview with a Kentucky radio station on Tuesday, Sen. Rand Paul expressed his concern over the current state of political rhetoric, which he said could lead to the kind of extreme violence he saw firsthand last year on a baseball field in Maryland. Paul said that lawmakers who were encouraging their supporters to harass politicians on the other ...

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Senior FBI Officials Said Rod Rosenstein was “Serious” About Recording Trump

In testimony before Congress last week that Rep. Mark Meadows described as “explosive,” former top FBI lawyer James Baker admitted that Trump/Russia investigators met with a Democratic National Committee law firm during the election – the same law firm that funded the infamous Steele Dossier upon which the FBI based their entire flimsy investigation into the Trump campaign. This testimony ...

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