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Sun Jun 17, 2018 AT 4:10 PM EDT

In late October of 2016 James Comey knew Donald Trump’s candidacy was as dead as a doornail. That must be distinctly understood or nothing wonderful can come from the story I am going to relate. Time soothes the edges of old emotions. We forget the shock of that election night. Almost two years now of articles and TV takes, even books, make Trump’s election seem understandable, even sometimes inevitable.

But that’s not how it was then. When FBI Director Comey and the FBI dropped their late October Anthony Weiner surprise, they did so fully confident that Hillary Clinton would win. What we now know for certain from the Department of Justice inspector general report that came out Thursday is that the FBI chose to disclose the Weiner email fiasco to protect a Clinton presidency, a foregone conclusion, from potential claims from Trump that the FBI had rigged the election … reports The Federalist

New York Post: Trump’s Alpha Dog Strategy Is Making the World Fall Into Line

Washington Free Beacon: RNC Prepares for Midterms by Expanding Field Program to Record 500 Staffers

Townhall: There’s A Reason Liberals Are Always So Angry

New York Post: FBI Head Proves Washington Has a Vendetta Against Trump

Daily Caller: Gowdy: GOP Will Hit DOJ With ‘Full Arsenal’ if They Ignore Subpoenas

Thu May 31, 2018 AT 1:11 PM EDT

By Derek Hunter

There are some people who need silence work, to write, read, or study. I’ve never been one of those people; I need a distraction to focus. That likely doesn’t make sense to you, unless you’re like me in that regard. As such, when I was in high school and college I needed the TV on to get anything done. That’s when I fell in love with cable news. It was the soundtrack to my TV candle as I studied, especially in college. From there it spread to all forms of news. That’s why it bothers me so much to see what it has become. In addition to the partisan spewings of left-wingers, much of the media is now a progressive hit-squad. Both for the liberal agenda and for sport, rather than conveying information, the media is as likely to attempt to destroy a person as they are to inform anyone … reports Townhall

The Hill: Giuliani Challenges Maxine Waters to Keep Calling for Trump Ouster: ‘Say Impeachment, Sweetheart’

Washington Examiner: Ron Desantis Breaks With Trey Gowdy: ‘Deploying Surveillance Powers’ Against Trump Campaign not OK

The Washington Times: New York Times Corrects Report of Crowd Size at Trump Rally After President Calls Out Mistake

Town Hall: Wife of Deported Illegal Immigrant Stuns CNN: Actually, I’m Not Mad at Trump for Doing His Job

Daily Caller: Boehner: ‘Republican Party Is Kinda Taking a Nap Somewhere’

Thu May 24, 2018 AT 4:35 PM EDT

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich praised President Donald Trump’s North Korea strategy Thursday on “Fox & Friends” while invoking former President Ronald Reagan. “Trump has ratcheted up the pressure — he’s made it very real,” Gingrich said. “I actually thought that Secretary Pompeo’s speech about the Iranians was also aimed at the North Koreans. It was a very tough speech and said basically, we’re going to take apart your economy. I think it’s sort of a reminder to the North Koreans. You don’t want to play nice? Fine. We’re a lot … reports The Daily Caller

Washington ExaminerAlmost Every Viral Police Confrontation Is Preceded by Police Being Provoked

The Washington TimesObama Media Is a Domestic Enemy

TownhallElon Musk Blasts Media’s Hypocrisy, Proposes a Website to Track Credibility

Hot Air: Trump on Discharge Petition: Don’t Bother Sending Me an Immigration Bill if It Doesn’t Include a Wall and Border Security

Independent Journal Review: Parkland Students Keep Pushing Gun Control — New Poll Shows How ‘Little’ Their Efforts Are Working

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