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FEMA Director Skewers the Media for Poor Coverage of Puerto Rico Response

During his interview with CNN, Brock Long — the director of the Federal Emergency Management Administration — heavily criticized how CNN and other media organizations have done a poor job at reporting, in full, the government’s response to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria swept through. “I’ve heard lawmakers say it’s time for a 3-star, 4-star general to come in to take over because this response needs to be coordinated at that level,” CNN anchor Kate Bolduan said. “Do you think it’s time for that?” Long replied by rattling off what has been…

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Report: Benghazi Families Issue Brutal Hillary Demand

The Benghazi terrorist attack that resulted in the deaths of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Tyrone Woods and Sean Smith was the result of negligence. As details of this story from 2012 continue to emerge, the parents of Woods and Smith have a request. These parents want to see Hillary Clinton brought to justice over the deaths of their sons, insisting that she should stand trial. The attack was carried out by a group of  Muslim terrorists. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama seemingly knew that the attack was coming, but did nothing to…

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New Data Shows Anthem Protests Are Costing The NFL… BIG TIME

The NFL’s favorability ratings have been cut nearly in half since over 200 players knelt for the national anthem, according to the Daily Caller. The survey was conducted by Morning Consult. Check it out: NFL’s Brand Favorability Drops To Lowest Point Since Morning Consult Started Tracking: The NFL’s net favorability has dropped from 30% on September 21 to 17% on September 28. On September 21, 25% of Trump supporters said they had a very favorable view of the NFL and 11% had a very unfavorable view. As of Sept 28,…

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WATCH: Scalise Reveals How He Survived Assassination Attempt

US Representative Steve Scalise (R-LA) was greeted with a standing ovation when he returned to the House Chamber for the first time since he was shot in an assassination attempt on July 14. Rep. Scalise took to the podium immediately upon returning to the House for the first time since he was hospitalized in June. Scalise praised God for helping him survive the potentially deadly shooting, and told his colleagues that the incident “only strengthened my faith in God.” He added, “If you look at the outpouring of love, of…

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Hillary Urged Trump to Send Help to Puerto Rico. Benghazi Hero Instantly Hits Back With Scorching Response

Hurricane season has been incredibly rough for Puerto Rico this year. First, the island bore the brunt of Hurricane Irma. But the worst was Hurricane Maria, which knocked out electricity across the island. The disaster in Puerto Rico is horrible for the people. In fact, it’s so bad officials there have described conditions as “apocalyptic,” according to CNN. With the situation so dire, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton decided to politicize it. What did she do? Clinton fired off the following tweet to President Donald Trump: President Trump, Sec….

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VIDEO: High School Band Dancers Dress as Strippers on Football Field

The Miami Northwestern High Golden Girls are dressing as strippers. The group introduced the new look at a recent high school football game. What the hell are they teaching these kids? This is really disturbing. WUSA9 reporter Michael Quander posted this on his Facebook page:   Sign the petition below: Dear NFL: We will not support millionaire ingrates who hate America and disrespect our Armed Forces and Veterans. Who wins a football game has ZERO impact on our lives. Who fights for and defends our nation has every impact on our lives….

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SICK. Teacher at Public School Kneels in Classroom During Pledge of Allegiance

A substitute teacher at a Littleton public school in Littleton, MA knelt during the Pledge of Allegiance on Thursday in front of her students and spoke about her political views. CBS Boston: Russell Street School Principal Scott Bazydlo said in a letter to parents that the unidentified substitute teacher took a knee and spoke to students about her political views. The principal of a Littleton school said a substitute teacher had good intentions, but should not have taken a knee while her class recited the Pledge of Allegiance on Thursday. The…

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Politicians, Media Respond to Tom Price’s Resignation

Just after news surfaced Friday that Tom Price resigned as secretary of Health and Human Services, politicians and media figures issued mostly negative responses. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), however, praised Price as a “good man.” In a statement, Ryan portrayed Price as a “superb” public servant: “He has spent his entire adult life fighting for others, first as a physician and then as a legislator and public servant. He was a leader in the House and a superb health secretary.” As a lawmaker in Georgia, Price previously served in the House of Representatives…

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Megyn Kelly Has Embracing Encounter With Jane Fonda

Only a few days into her new position as host to NBC’s TODAY show, Megyn Kelly had an embracing encounter with actress Jane Fonda. Fonda and Reobert Redford appeared on Megyn Kelly Today show to discuss their new movie. Our Souls at Night. And the interview got awkward as Kelly started to ask the actors about their ages. “You’ve been an example to everyone in how to age beautifully and with strength and unapologetically,” Kelly told Fonda. “You admit you’ve had work done, which I think is to your credit. But you look…

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Broncos Just Announced The Team Will No Longer Protest The National Anthem

Following President Trump’s statement condemning the disrespectful players who protested the national anthem, over 30 Denver Broncos players protested the anthem as well as a response to his comments. Adam Gotsis, one of the payers, explained his reasons for doing so:  “I’m doing it for freedom of speech. If anyone wants to exercise their freedom through their actions, it shouldn’t matter. They’re standing up for something that they believe in. I love my brothers. I believe in what they believe in.” As it turns out the Broncos owners don’t support…

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