Hillary Clinton: Trump is threatening our democracy
During a campaign rally, Hillary Clinton talked about Donald Trump's refusal to say whether he will accept the election results, saying by doing that he is threatening our democracy.
We’re Close to a Universal Quantum Computer, Here’s Where We’re At
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Former DNC Chair Brazile: DNC Allowed Russian Hackers to Steal Data
Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller indicted 12 Russian military officials days before President Trump’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Rosenstein also planned his press conference at th...
Tucker Carlson Tonight - RUSSIA SUMMIT
"The reaction by the media and the Democrats is like mob violence... this is more about us than it is about Russia. It's dangerous to not allow the president to keep us safe."
How Mentally Distressed Activists Took Over Journalism
Please Share this with anyone who doesn't know what is happening to journalism. The Media industry is collapsing. Employees are slowly becoming more and more mentally distressed due to their workload...
Shameful, disgraceful, treasonous. Right, media???
Shameful, disgraceful, treasonous. Right, media???
Trump is the guy I'm betting on in this one: Psychologist
Psychologist Dr. Barry Goodfield on President Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.
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