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‘America died’: Ann Coulter cries bitter tears over report Trump will end his baby jail policy

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Right-winger Ann Coulter is not happy about reports that President Donald Trump is poised to sign an executive order that will undo his own policy of separating immigrant children from their parents.

“Liberals cried,” Coulter wrote on Twitter shortly after hearing the news about Trump’s new order. “America died.”

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Coulter went on to complain bitterly that images and sounds of wailing children locked in cages damaged the public image of Trump’s immigration policy.

“The left’s is like a girlfriend who cries if she doesn’t get her way,” she wrote. “So she always gets her way. Liberals will cry until we agree to open borders. But they’ll never cry for Justin Lee, Grant Ronnebeck, Jamiel Shaw Jr., Brandon Mendoza — all DEAD. Killed by illegals.”

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Earlier this week, Coulter directly lobbied Trump to not believe videos of sobbing children at his immigrant detention facilities — and even claimed that the immigrant children were “child actors.”

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‘Awful new normal’: Anti-vaxxers have started physically confronting parents taking kids to get shots

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Anti-vaccination activists have taken a page from anti-abortion activists and have started standing outside clinics to physically confront people who are getting their children vaccinated.

NBC News reports that anti-vaxxers have decided that their online harassment and intimidation campaigns were not effective enough in dissuading parents from vaccinating their children, which is why they're now banking on face-to-face confrontations to get the job done.

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Why Trump’s plot to ‘investigate the investigators’ is going up in a puff of smoke

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For months, the names of Michael Horowitz and John Durham have figured in the pounding rhythms of right-wing media in which a heroically afflicted president faces down his perfidious enemies. A steady drumbeat of reports from Fox News, echoed by President Trump and Republican loyalists in Congress, proclaimed these two obscure Justice Department officials would get to the bottom of an alleged conspiracy against the Trump presidency.

They would, in Trump’s words, “investigate the investigators.” It was oh so promising.

“I will tell you this,” Trump blustered on October 25. “I think you’re going to see a lot of really bad things,” he said. “I leave it all up to the attorney general and I leave it all up to the people that are working with the attorney general who I don’t know. … I think you’ll see things that nobody would’ve believed.”

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The real DC showdown: Pelosi vs. Trump

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Love her or hate her, Nancy Pelosi is a classy, effective and persuasive Speaker.

Repeatedly through the Trump presidency, she has stepped up to offer just the right gesture, just the right opinion, just the right level of evenness or passion that proves effective in making the role of leadership believable.

Along the way, she manages to count votes, keep her caucus in line and stand up for a totally understandable and admirable bar of justice and American value, for the Constitution itself.

Her statements yesterday in outlining in measured tones the reasoning that Donald Trump’s actions have left “no choice” but moving forward towards impeachment were well-said, logical, and belied the emotion behind them.

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