Roy Moore Doug Jones

Democrat Doug Jones upset Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama special election to win the senate seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions last year.

Jones' win is all the more remarkable because Alabama is the reddest state in America, but Moore was unable to overcome those pesky sexual harassment allegations that plagued his campaign.

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Doug Jones
 
Senate candidate Doug Jones admits his campaign sent out racist campaign fliers to black constituents in Alabama. The mailer was intended to motivate black people to vote for Jones rather than his opponent Roy Moore, whose campaign was nearly upended by sexual harassment allegations.

The mailer, which was designed to resemble an Internet meme, featured the text: “Think if a Black man went after high school girls anyone would try to make him a senator?” Under that is a photo of a young black man with a skeptical look on his face.

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Sen. Al Franken resigns from senate

Sen. Al Franken announced his resignation from the United States Senate on Thursday, Dec. 7. Franken's resignation comes one day after 35 Democratic senators, many of them women, called for him to step down after 7 women accused him of sexual harassment.

The disgraced lawmaker announced he will clean out his desk in the coming weeks. Franken was expected to resign today after an aide released a statement saying the senator had an announcement to make.

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Danica Roem

Virginia elected a cross-dressing man for Delegate in the state's district 13 on Tuesday. Danica Roem, 33, a gender confused man, defeated 13-term incumbent Republican Robert G. Marshall, who dubbed himself the state's "chief homophobe."

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Trump Clinton Obama Putin

It is now confirmed that Hillary Clinton and the deceitful, dishonest Democratic National Committee (DNC) paid $9 million to the Russians for so-called "opposition research" -- to compile a fake dossier that was then turned over to the Obama administration and the FBI to obtain a FISA warrant to wiretap an opposing presidential candidate (Donald Trump).

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Huma Abedin Hillary Clinton Michelle Obama

First Lady Michelle Obama quietly deleted 3 years of tweets from her Twitter.com timeline over the last 48 hours. Gone are any tweets that mentioned Hillary Clinton by name.

Mrs. Obama apparently scrubbed her timeline of Clinton mentions amid five separate FBI probes of Mrs. Clinton and everyone in her inner circle dating back to the Bill Clinton White House days.

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Donald Trump Hillary Clinton

Hillary Rodham Clinton should be cooling her heels in a prison cell right now. But thanks to her deep Washington D.C. political connections, the 68-year-old sickly mother-of-1 is the first female to be nominated for president in America.

Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton

A LA Times poll shows frontrunner Donald Trump cruising to a comfortable 7-point lead over Clinton -- who is probably the most despised woman in America today.

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Melania Trump Michelle Obama

Donald Trump's wife, Melania stole the evening at the Republican National Convention's opening night in Cleveland on Monday.

The leggy, 46-year-old Slovenian talked about the values instilled in her as a child by her immigrant parents. She also discussed how hard work pays off for whatever you want in life.

First lady Michelle Obama discussed some of the same things during her 2008 Democratic National Convention speech.

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Mike Pence

According to published reports, Donald Trump will choose Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate for vice president.

If Trump wins the election, Mr. Pence will be your next president in the unlikely event that Trump is unable (or unwilling) to perform his duties in the Oval Office.

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Sadiq Khan Barack Obama

Picture this: America's 1st Muslim President Barack Obama writes an executive order making Sharia law the law of the land. All women (that includes you) would be forced to wear hijabs and stand in the back of the room.

That's exactly what's happening in London, England, where the citizenry elected its first Muslim Mayor.

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ted cruz

Political "experts" scoffed when billionaire developer Donald Trump announced his plans to run for president. Many predicted he wouldn't get far. They predicted wrong.

Yesterday, Trump was named the presumptive Republican nominee after his only competition, Ted Cruz, dropped out of the race.

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bill clinton

Bill Clinton regrets that his comments about Black Lives Matter were taken out of context. The former president of the United States lost his honorary ghetto pass for saying Black Lives Matter activists defending the same criminals who kill the lives you say matter.

"You are defending the people who kill the lives you say matter," Clinton told hecklers while defending his 1994 anti-black crime bill at a Philadelphia rally on Thursday.

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Hillary Clinton

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suffered another coughing fit on the campaign trail.

The 68-year-old Democratic frontrunner was seized with coughing fits while speaking in Harlem, NY on Tuesday.

Clinton struggled to speak in between gulps of water. As she gasped for air, the crowd clapped and chanted "Hillary! Hillary! Hillary!"

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DeRay McKesson

Black Lives Matter agitator DeRay McKesson is running for mayor of Baltimore, Maryland.

McKesson and American President Barack Obama have a few things in common; neither one had political experience or jobs before they ran for public office.

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Obama crying

On Tuesday U.S. President Obama announced the 1st step of his comprehensive plan to disarm law abiding American citizens.

As part of his executive order expanding background checks for gun buyers, Obama is ordering doctors to report their patients to the government if they have depression or "subnormal intelligence."

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Obama's gun control

President Obama made good on his 1st step to disarm law-abiding American citizens without Congress's approval.

Obama's new gun control law, that goes into affect today, makes it more difficult for Americans to buy guns from private dealers.

Not everyone is as happy as the criminals who will continue to obtain their guns illegally.

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Donald Trump and Muhammad Ali

Donald Trump has come under fire (again) for a making a factually incorrect statement.

The presidential frontrunner live-tweeted Obama's Oval Office address on Sunday night. During his address, Obama noted that "Muslim-Americans are our friends and our neighbors, our co- workers, our sports heroes."

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A brave Democrat Congresswoman is breaking from D.C's closed ranks to accuse U.S. President Barack Obama of working hand-in-hand with Islamic extremists.

Democrat Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (Rep. Hawaii) made the shocking accusations in an interview with Bill Maher over the weekend.

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R&B singer Monica Brown endorsed cyber criminal Hillary Clinton for president. Brown attended a rally for CLinton with her eldest son, Ramone Malik Hill, 19, at Clark Atlanta University today.

Clinton will probably be indicted for using her private home server to send and receive Top secret classified emails. Her national security breach exposed the United States government to foreign hackers. But I don't expect Democratic voters to care about facts.

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