Updates: Male shooter kills at least 20 at Texas church;shooting may have been on video

According to a local official, at least 27 are dead and over 20 injured. Other reports say a two-year-old was also shot. Per CNN the church is known to live stream their services on their Youtube channel, so it’s possible the shooting may have been seen live or that there is a video of the shooting incident.
Several news outlets are confirming the shooters name is Devin Patrick Kelly(spelling of shooter unconfirmed) and that his home is being searched for explosives and other clues. Devin Kelly reportedly was dishonorably discharged from the military and is believed to be a Muslim convert.

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Top Trump Campaign Manager Indicted and Foreign Policy Adviser Pleads Guilty

Monday it was revealed Paul Manafort and his business partner Richard Gates were charged with 12 crimes including “Conspiracy Against the United States”. The charges stem from money laundering and tax evasion efforts by the two and their joint company(s).

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FBI says lack of public interest in Hillary Clinton emails justifies withholding documents

Hillary Clinton’s case isn’t interesting enough to the public to justify releasing the FBI’s files on her, the bureau said

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Former CNN commentator becomes Trump’s news anchor reporting “Real News” from Trump Tower

Kayleigh Mcenany, former CNN commentator and Trump supporter becomes Trump’s “Real News” anchor, reporting what the Trump admin considers factual reporting.

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BREAKING: NYT Reports Sean Spicer Has Resigned 

Sean Spicer has resigned as White House Press Secretary after Trump’s decision to appoint a new Communications Director, New York financier Anthony Scaramucci. According to sources, Spicer believes the new appointment is a “major mistake”.

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#CNNBlackMail is fake news?

Thankfully this non story has disappeared from social media and the news headlines. I refrained from posting about it at the time, but have to admit it would have been wrong to reveal the identity of the individual who made the CNN-WWE meme. Reports indicate he is a teenager but regardless of age, his identity should never be revealed unless the post was an actual threat against the president or anyone else. Our right to free speech and freedom of expression must remain protected. The press has the protections of the first amendment, but this does not give them the right to reveal anonymous sources or other individuals simply because they disagree with what they say or believe.

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