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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.

“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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The NRA hired a CFO who was caught embezzling: report

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Wilson "Woody" Phillips, Jr. once worked at an employee-benefits consulting firm that was supposed to pay $45,000 to a Texas company. Yet, somehow, the money was rerouted.

According to a report from The New Yorker, when the companies were going back and forth about where the missing $45,000 went, they realized it had been routed to an account in Maryland, under the name of Hughes.

“They gave me records saying who the account belonged to,” accounts-payable manager Mary Hughes recalled in an interview. “And, sure enough, it was Woody’s.”

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Russian-American businessman at heart of Trump Tower Moscow project will testify to Congress on Friday

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On Wednesday, the Washington Post reported that Felix Sater, the Russian-American real-estate developer at the center of the proposal to build a Trump Tower project in Moscow in 2016, will testify before the House Intelligence Committee in a closed-door hearing on Friday.

Sater, in addition to working on the planning for Trump Tower Moscow, escorted Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr. to Russia during the preliminary stages of the project, which never came to fruition.

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CNN analyst demolishes White House’s latest attempt to stonewall Congress: ‘There is no provision for this immunity’

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Ahead of former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks being called to Congress to testify about former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation — during which she was, by all accounts, less than helpful — the Trump administration took the unprecedented step of advising Congress that Hicks was given "immunity" from talking to them by the president.

On CNN's "The Situation Room," national security analyst Shawn Turner demolished this legal strategy.

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