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Texas Liberal calls Republican ‘stupid’ after posting ‘incriminating’ billboard sign

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A billboard in Vega, Texas, a town near Amarillo, is gaining a lot of attention after telling Liberals to leave the state.

The sign reads: “Liberals, Please continue on I-40 until you have left our GREAT STATE OF TEXAS.” [sec.]

The photo was posted on Facebook by Conservative Kyle Mccallie on Wednesday. Malia Bradley, on Facebook, bashed Mccallie for his post.

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“That has to be the most insulting incriminating billboard I’ve ever heard of. That sign shows that Texas is really stupid. Amarillo was built by democrats,” she wrote.


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‘Insane and inane’: Devin Nunes’ closing remarks dismantled by Bloomberg columnist

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Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) ignored all the evidence presented in the impeachment hearings and instead asked viewers to accept an implausible counter-narrative about the whistleblower complaint that prompted the inquiry.

The House Intelligence Committee's ranking Republican gave a closing statement Thursday that laid out a timeline that he argued proved the complaint was made after special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation failed to result in impeachment, reported Bloomberg's Jonathan Bernstein.

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‘Delete your account traitor’: GOPer Marsha Blackburn slammed for ugly smear of Lt. Col. Vindman

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In a tweet fired off today, Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) took a jab at one of the witnesses who testified at this week's hearings in the House impeachment inquiry, and she immediately was on the receiving end of a wave of backlash due to the way she characterized a career military officer.

"Vindictive Vindman is the 'whistleblower’s' handler," Blackburn early Friday morning referring to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who testified this Wednesday.

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Coal knew: Explosive report shows industry was aware of climate crisis as far back as 1966

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"It wasn't just big oil that knew about climate change decades ago."

A new report shows conclusively that the coal industry was aware of the climate impacts of burning fossil fuels as far back as 1966—and, like other sectors of the fossil fuel industry with knowledge of the consequences of their business model, did next to nothing about it.

The revelation was published in an article by Élan Young at HuffPost Friday.

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