What We’re Reading April 22, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Friday, April 22, 2016.

Trending: Facebook, Twitter Deleting Tens of Thousands of Accounts of Conservative Users Ahead of Election Day

Islam is the real War on Women.

Senator [score]Ted Cruz[/score] (R-TX) continues to look forward to a contested convention, while former Presidential candidate Senator [score]Marco Rubio[/score] (R-FL) says whoever the Republican nominee is, he’ll support them.

After spending months denouncing lobbyists and the corrupt elections process, the Donald Trump campaign is now being led by some of the biggest and most influential lobbying firms in America.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is full of comedians. For example, her campaign manager recently argued that Clinton would win in November and that the election would be all about “Trust”.

Has Hillary Clinton become “Too Big To Fail”?

The government has finally settled on which bills they’ll be changing and it’s bad news for Andrew Jackson fans. The Democrat forefather will soon be removed from the $20 bill and replaced by the Republican, gun-toting, freedom fighter, Harriet Tubman. While the move may be grounded in politically correct group-think… it all worked out kind of ironically.

Are smug liberals killing liberalism?

What happens when too many white people show up for a white privilege conference?

The University of Toronto has rescinded their “transgender” restroom policy because of multiple incidents of peeping voyeurs!

A couple of notable deaths from the past couple of days: Rock and Roll superstar, Prince has passed away at 57. Also, WWE female trailblazer, Chyna, has also died; she was 45.

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