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    There's been a lot of noise surrounding Dr. Robert Epstein's research that suggested that Google manipulated a "rock bottom" minimum of 2.6 million votes toward twice failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016. President Trump tweeted about it, the leftstream media went into "fact check" meltdown mode, and Democrats, including Clinton herself, parroted Google's claim that Epstein's report was "debunked."

    President Donald Trump went after former Vice President Joe Biden, the front runner in the 2020 Democratic primary, for his role in the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act. Biden wrote the bill when he served as a senator from Delaware and chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Trump may have a point because the law eventually fell out of favor with people on both sides since "critics said it caused prison populations to swell and resulted in the mass incarceration of African Americans on drug charges." You know what's weird? Publications said the exact same thing about Hillary Clinton in 2016 since President Bill Clinton signed the bill into law.

    Rush Limbaugh tore apart failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton last night on The Story with Martha MacCallum last night over her remarks at the TIME 100 conference. Hillary claimed it's "clear" in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report that President Donald Trump obstructed justice, but Rush had some decent reminders for the failed candidate.

    The Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee released pages of transcripts from their interview with ex-FBI attorney Lisa Page, which included admissions of the FBI beginning their Russian investigation with little evidence and an insurance policy in case now-President Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton. Page also confirmed the DOJ told the FBI not to charge Hillary in the email investigation.

    Failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sent an 8-year-old a consolation letter after the girl lost class president to a boy by one vote. From The Washington Post:
    Eight-year-old Martha Kennedy Morales got a huge surprise when she opened a personal letter sent to her home. It was from Hillary Clinton, who was consoling Martha for losing an election for class president to a boy — by a single vote.
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