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Donald Trump Inauguration: another day in trump's america FILTER Trump criticises journalists and forces Jeff Sessions to quit- another day in the president's life Sky News30K views 4 months ago It may not have been the "great victory" that Donald Trump claimed but the president didn't take the beating that some were. news 3:27 FULL SPEECH: Donald Trump Inauguration Speech 45th President Of The United States (FNN) FOX 10 Phoenix 363K views 2 years ago Pledging to empower America's "forgotten men and women," Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United FOX10 INAUGURATION DAY Dnald trunp inaupuiared as me 4h Presiaent ed 17:55 Donald Trump - America's African President: The Daily Show The Daily Show with Trevor Noah5.7M views 3 years ago Presidential hopeful Donald Trump may not seem like commander-in-chief material to Americans, but in certain African countries.,... SHOW TRUMP IS AN FRICAN DICTATOR 7:36 President Donald Trump's full 'Make America Great Again' rally in Wheeling, CBS News43K views Streamed 5 months ago President Trump is appearing at West Virginia Saturday evening after a tumultuous week involving his pick for the Supreme Court,.. OCBSN 1:17:07 Al Sharpton sends message to Trump: America's already been great Global Nes7.8K views 2 years ago Activist Al Sharpton said that even though Donald Trump won the election it doesn't mean America wasn't great. In fact, America's 6:30 "Another Day in Trump's America" video is censored on YouTube. Big surprise!
Donald Trump Inauguration: another day in trump's america
 FILTER
 Trump criticises journalists and forces Jeff Sessions to quit- another day
 in the president's life
 Sky News30K views 4 months ago
 It may not have been the "great victory" that Donald Trump claimed but the president didn't take the
 beating that some were.
 news
 3:27
 FULL SPEECH: Donald Trump Inauguration Speech 45th President Of The
 United States (FNN)
 FOX 10 Phoenix 363K views 2 years ago
 Pledging to empower America's "forgotten men and women," Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th
 president of the United
 FOX10 INAUGURATION DAY
 Dnald trunp inaupuiared as me 4h Presiaent ed 17:55
 Donald Trump - America's African President: The Daily Show
 The Daily Show with Trevor Noah5.7M views 3 years ago
 Presidential hopeful Donald Trump may not seem like commander-in-chief material to Americans, but in
 certain African countries.,...
 SHOW TRUMP IS AN
 FRICAN DICTATOR
 7:36
 President Donald Trump's full 'Make America Great Again' rally in
 Wheeling,
 CBS News43K views Streamed 5 months ago
 President Trump is appearing at West Virginia Saturday evening after a tumultuous week involving his
 pick for the Supreme Court,..
 OCBSN
 1:17:07
 Al Sharpton sends message to Trump: America's already been great
 Global Nes7.8K views 2 years ago
 Activist Al Sharpton said that even though Donald Trump won the election it doesn't mean America
 wasn't great. In fact, America's
 6:30
"Another Day in Trump's America" video is censored on YouTube. Big surprise!

"Another Day in Trump's America" video is censored on YouTube. Big surprise!

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Donald Trump Inauguration: President Donald Trump inauguration (2017, colorized)

President Donald Trump inauguration (2017, colorized)

Donald Trump Inauguration: CAN politics Live TV. TV Day Without A Woman details released By Sophie Tatum, CNN Updated 9:07 PM EST, Thu February 23, 2017 NOM MAT (CNN)For those looking to participate in the upcoming "A Day Without A Woman" strike, organizers of the Women's March on Washington have released additional information on how to observe the day. Three action items are listed on the Women's March website for "anyone, anywhere," including: 1. Women take the day off work. 2. Exclusively shop at "small, women- and minority-owned businesses." 3. Wear red "in solidarity." The strike is scheduled for International Women's Day, March 8, and is meant to recognize "the enormous value that women of all backgrounds add to our socioeconomic system, while receiving lower wages and experiencing greater inequities, vulnerability to discrimination, sexual harassment and job insecurity," according to the Women's March website. The concept and date were announced via social media earlier in February, and the Women's March website says it "supports the feminists of color and grass-roots groups organizing the International Women's Strike." "We saw what happened when millions of us stood together in January, and now we know that our army of love greatly outnumbers the army of fear, greed and hatred," said an Instagram post on February 14 from the official Women's March account. "On March 8, International Women's Day, let's unite again in our communities for 'A Day Without A Woman.'" The Women's March on Washington took place the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration and more than 1 million people took part across the country. After the march, the group also issued "10 Actions in the first 100 Days" as a way to more formally engage the movement. XxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxX Juxtapositioned on the very same day is the "Day Without Men Cause They Went To the Range Day" 1. Call in the day before an "Bang-In". 2. Set up your Range Bag & Cooler. 3. Wake up early, don't shave. 4. Meet up with your Bros at the diner for breakfast. 5. Caravan out to your favorite Shooting Range. 6. Shoot guns, expell ammo & talk about how you don't really care what your wives & girlfriends are doing. 6. Shoot all day. 7. Go to Hooters for an early dinner. 8. Go home & listen to your significant other complain about her girlfriend's​.
Donald Trump Inauguration: CAN politics
 Live TV.
 TV
 Day Without A Woman
 details released
 By Sophie Tatum, CNN
 Updated 9:07 PM EST, Thu February 23, 2017
 NOM
 MAT
(CNN)For those looking to participate in the upcoming "A Day Without A Woman" strike, organizers of the Women's March on Washington have released additional information on how to observe the day. Three action items are listed on the Women's March website for "anyone, anywhere," including: 1. Women take the day off work. 2. Exclusively shop at "small, women- and minority-owned businesses." 3. Wear red "in solidarity." The strike is scheduled for International Women's Day, March 8, and is meant to recognize "the enormous value that women of all backgrounds add to our socioeconomic system, while receiving lower wages and experiencing greater inequities, vulnerability to discrimination, sexual harassment and job insecurity," according to the Women's March website. The concept and date were announced via social media earlier in February, and the Women's March website says it "supports the feminists of color and grass-roots groups organizing the International Women's Strike." "We saw what happened when millions of us stood together in January, and now we know that our army of love greatly outnumbers the army of fear, greed and hatred," said an Instagram post on February 14 from the official Women's March account. "On March 8, International Women's Day, let's unite again in our communities for 'A Day Without A Woman.'" The Women's March on Washington took place the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration and more than 1 million people took part across the country. After the march, the group also issued "10 Actions in the first 100 Days" as a way to more formally engage the movement. XxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxX Juxtapositioned on the very same day is the "Day Without Men Cause They Went To the Range Day" 1. Call in the day before an "Bang-In". 2. Set up your Range Bag & Cooler. 3. Wake up early, don't shave. 4. Meet up with your Bros at the diner for breakfast. 5. Caravan out to your favorite Shooting Range. 6. Shoot guns, expell ammo & talk about how you don't really care what your wives & girlfriends are doing. 6. Shoot all day. 7. Go to Hooters for an early dinner. 8. Go home & listen to your significant other complain about her girlfriend's​.

(CNN)For those looking to participate in the upcoming "A Day Without A Woman" strike, organizers of the Women's March on Washington have...

Donald Trump Inauguration: 2h World Trump singer S transgender policy dismay 2h World The singer who performed the national anthem at Donald Trump's inauguration has spoken out against him over protections for transgender students. Jackie Evancho, 16, said she wanted to "enlighten" Mr Trump on the issue. On Wednesday, Mr Trump overturned Obama-era guidance allowing transgender students to use school toilets matching their gender identity. Critics of the order said it threatened other students' privacy and safety, and states should decide their own rules. The vocalist said she was "obviously disappointed" about his move, and she wanted to meet the president to tell him what her sister Juliet, who is transgender, endured at high school. In an interview with ABC News, Juliet said she dealt with discrimination "every day", with people saying "horrible things" to her. She said a situation where transgender students' rights over toilet use were unclear was "unsafe". Mr Trump's move on Wednesday will have no immediate impact, because Mr Obama's directive has already been temporarily blocked by a judge in Texas. The Obama directive sparked a backlash across the country, with legal challenges from 13 states. A letter sent by the Trump administration to US schools on Wednesday said the previous measure had caused confusion. Read more ■ Why toilets are a battleground for transgender rights ■ US schools 'must respect gender identity' ■ Viewpoint from a trans rights activist Last May, Mr Obama's justice and education departments instructed public schools to allow transgender students to use whichever bathroom corresponded to their gender identity. Though not legally binding, Mr Obama's order warned schools they could lose funding if they did not follow the new guidance. The Obama administration's policy was based on its interpretation of Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education. Mr Obama argued that protection extended to gender identity. 'Intimate spaces' During his presidential campaign, Mr Trump said transgender students should be allowed to use whichever bathroom "they feel is appropriate". But he reversed his stance after facing Republican criticism. On Wednesday, conservative activists praised Mr Trump's
Donald Trump Inauguration: 2h World
 Trump singer S transgender
 policy dismay
 2h
 World
The singer who performed the national anthem at Donald Trump's inauguration has spoken out against him over protections for transgender students. Jackie Evancho, 16, said she wanted to "enlighten" Mr Trump on the issue. On Wednesday, Mr Trump overturned Obama-era guidance allowing transgender students to use school toilets matching their gender identity. Critics of the order said it threatened other students' privacy and safety, and states should decide their own rules. The vocalist said she was "obviously disappointed" about his move, and she wanted to meet the president to tell him what her sister Juliet, who is transgender, endured at high school. In an interview with ABC News, Juliet said she dealt with discrimination "every day", with people saying "horrible things" to her. She said a situation where transgender students' rights over toilet use were unclear was "unsafe". Mr Trump's move on Wednesday will have no immediate impact, because Mr Obama's directive has already been temporarily blocked by a judge in Texas. The Obama directive sparked a backlash across the country, with legal challenges from 13 states. A letter sent by the Trump administration to US schools on Wednesday said the previous measure had caused confusion. Read more ■ Why toilets are a battleground for transgender rights ■ US schools 'must respect gender identity' ■ Viewpoint from a trans rights activist Last May, Mr Obama's justice and education departments instructed public schools to allow transgender students to use whichever bathroom corresponded to their gender identity. Though not legally binding, Mr Obama's order warned schools they could lose funding if they did not follow the new guidance. The Obama administration's policy was based on its interpretation of Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education. Mr Obama argued that protection extended to gender identity. 'Intimate spaces' During his presidential campaign, Mr Trump said transgender students should be allowed to use whichever bathroom "they feel is appropriate". But he reversed his stance after facing Republican criticism. On Wednesday, conservative activists praised Mr Trump's

The singer who performed the national anthem at Donald Trump's inauguration has spoken out against him over protections for transgender s...

Donald Trump Inauguration: America Arizona Senate bill aims to crack down on paid rioters' & seize their property Published: 23 Feb 2017 18:55 GMT Reuters Rioting in Arizona could soon result in charges under organized crime laws, according to a new bill approved by the state Senate. Republicans want to crack down on “paid rioters,” while Democrats warned of “chilling” effects on protests. SB1142 would make participating or helping organized a protest that turns violent a criminal offense under the state’s racketeering (RICO) laws. Even those who have committed no overt action could be prosecuted on charges of conspiracy to riot, and their property seized under RICO statutes, AP reported. The bill was proposed by Senator Sonny Borrelli (R- Lake Havasu City), who said it was needed to deter violent riots and go after groups paying protesters, according to Arizona Capitol Times.Republican lawmakers pointed to the violence during President Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington, DC, as well as the Berkeley, California protest against controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulos that escalated into a riot. The bill was needed to crack down on “full-time, almost professional agent-provocateurs that attempt to create public disorder,” argued Senator John Kavanagh (R-Fountain Hills). “A lot of them are ideologues, some of them are anarchists,” Kavanagh said during the debate in the Senate on Wednesday. “But this stuff is all planned.” “There's a difference between a protest and a riot. And what we have been watching is riots," said Senator Sylvia Allen (R-Snowflake).Democrats opposing the bill said it would establish guilt by association and enable the government to criminally prosecute everyone who participated in the protest and seize their assets. “I’m fearful that ‘riot’ is in the eyes of the beholder and that this bill will apply more strictly to minorities and people trying to have their voice heard," said Senator Andrea Dalessandro (D-Green Valley). While peaceful demonstrations sometimes turn violent, the existing laws should be enough to punish those responsible, argued Senator Martin Quezada (D-Phoenix). “When people want to express themselves as a group during a time of turmoil, during a time of controversy, during a time of high emotions, that’s exactly when people gather as a community,’’ he said.....
Donald Trump Inauguration: America
 Arizona Senate bill aims to crack down
 on paid rioters' & seize their property
 Published: 23 Feb 2017 18:55 GMT
 Reuters
Rioting in Arizona could soon result in charges under organized crime laws, according to a new bill approved by the state Senate. Republicans want to crack down on “paid rioters,” while Democrats warned of “chilling” effects on protests. SB1142 would make participating or helping organized a protest that turns violent a criminal offense under the state’s racketeering (RICO) laws. Even those who have committed no overt action could be prosecuted on charges of conspiracy to riot, and their property seized under RICO statutes, AP reported. The bill was proposed by Senator Sonny Borrelli (R- Lake Havasu City), who said it was needed to deter violent riots and go after groups paying protesters, according to Arizona Capitol Times.Republican lawmakers pointed to the violence during President Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington, DC, as well as the Berkeley, California protest against controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulos that escalated into a riot. The bill was needed to crack down on “full-time, almost professional agent-provocateurs that attempt to create public disorder,” argued Senator John Kavanagh (R-Fountain Hills). “A lot of them are ideologues, some of them are anarchists,” Kavanagh said during the debate in the Senate on Wednesday. “But this stuff is all planned.” “There's a difference between a protest and a riot. And what we have been watching is riots," said Senator Sylvia Allen (R-Snowflake).Democrats opposing the bill said it would establish guilt by association and enable the government to criminally prosecute everyone who participated in the protest and seize their assets. “I’m fearful that ‘riot’ is in the eyes of the beholder and that this bill will apply more strictly to minorities and people trying to have their voice heard," said Senator Andrea Dalessandro (D-Green Valley). While peaceful demonstrations sometimes turn violent, the existing laws should be enough to punish those responsible, argued Senator Martin Quezada (D-Phoenix). “When people want to express themselves as a group during a time of turmoil, during a time of controversy, during a time of high emotions, that’s exactly when people gather as a community,’’ he said.....

Rioting in Arizona could soon result in charges under organized crime laws, according to a new bill approved by the state Senate. Republi...

Donald Trump Inauguration: White supremacists brutally attack brothers outside NYC bar over anti-fascist sticker on phone ERIN CORBETT A 13 FEB 2017 AT 11:53 ET THIS IS FAKE NEWS Skinheads (Shutterstock) Before you read the attached, notice that the depicted "Skinheads" is a Stock photo and not an actual picture of the subjects. Also take notice of how Donald Trump & Milo Yiannopoulos are attached to this fake story: }}}}This past weekend on Feb. 11 two brothers were attacked in Manhattan by a group of neo-Nazis who were angered that one of the men had an anti-fascist (or Antifa) sticker on his phone case. The brothers, both 27 years old and graduate students at Columbia University said they noticed a group of “skinheads” at the bar. As they were leaving around 12:30 a.m. E.T., the brothers were confronted by a group of people smoking outside the bar, one of whom noticed a “New York City Anti-Fascists” sticker on one of their phones. “One of the guys … sees [my brother’s] phone, grabs it and starts screaming, ‘I know what the f— that means, I know what the f— that sticker is, you need to get the f— out of here,'” the victim recounted. He added, “He throws the phone on the ground and they just start jumping us right in front of the bar.” In the three weeks since Donald Trump’s inauguration, there have been various clashes between white supremacists and the Antifa organizers who vow to silence the mainstreaming of white supremacist groups by all means necessary. Clashes between Antifa and white supremacists have made headlines in recent weeks. On Jan. 20, many people enjoyed a viral meme of white supremacist and alt-right leader Richard Spencer taking a punch to the face by an Antifa protestor, while others debated whether it was ethical. That same weekend, an Antifa protester was shot by a fan of noted misogynist and Islamophobe Milo Yiannopoulos while waiting for him to speak at an event in Seattle.{{{{ XxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxX So the bar in question is a notorious Gay bar subject to multiple "Calls for Service" by the NYPD because the crowds are "Rough". Fake News.
Donald Trump Inauguration: White supremacists brutally
 attack brothers outside NYC
 bar over anti-fascist sticker on
 phone
 ERIN CORBETT
 A 13 FEB 2017 AT 11:53 ET
 THIS IS FAKE NEWS
 Skinheads (Shutterstock)
Before you read the attached, notice that the depicted "Skinheads" is a Stock photo and not an actual picture of the subjects. Also take notice of how Donald Trump & Milo Yiannopoulos are attached to this fake story: }}}}This past weekend on Feb. 11 two brothers were attacked in Manhattan by a group of neo-Nazis who were angered that one of the men had an anti-fascist (or Antifa) sticker on his phone case. The brothers, both 27 years old and graduate students at Columbia University said they noticed a group of “skinheads” at the bar. As they were leaving around 12:30 a.m. E.T., the brothers were confronted by a group of people smoking outside the bar, one of whom noticed a “New York City Anti-Fascists” sticker on one of their phones. “One of the guys … sees [my brother’s] phone, grabs it and starts screaming, ‘I know what the f— that means, I know what the f— that sticker is, you need to get the f— out of here,'” the victim recounted. He added, “He throws the phone on the ground and they just start jumping us right in front of the bar.” In the three weeks since Donald Trump’s inauguration, there have been various clashes between white supremacists and the Antifa organizers who vow to silence the mainstreaming of white supremacist groups by all means necessary. Clashes between Antifa and white supremacists have made headlines in recent weeks. On Jan. 20, many people enjoyed a viral meme of white supremacist and alt-right leader Richard Spencer taking a punch to the face by an Antifa protestor, while others debated whether it was ethical. That same weekend, an Antifa protester was shot by a fan of noted misogynist and Islamophobe Milo Yiannopoulos while waiting for him to speak at an event in Seattle.{{{{ XxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxX So the bar in question is a notorious Gay bar subject to multiple "Calls for Service" by the NYPD because the crowds are "Rough". Fake News.

Before you read the attached, notice that the depicted "Skinheads" is a Stock photo and not an actual picture of the subjects. Also take...

Donald Trump Inauguration: FAN White supremacists brutally attack brothers outside NYC bar over anti-fascist sticker on phone RepostBy @crackedrosecoloredglasses_us: "This past weekend on Feb. 11 two brothers were attacked in Manhattan by a group of neo-Nazis who were angered that one of the men had an anti-fascist (or Antifa) sticker on his phone case. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・The brothers, both 27 years old and graduate students at Columbia University said they noticed a group of “skinheads” at the bar. As they were leaving around 12:30 a.m. E.T., the brothers were confronted by a group of people smoking outside the bar, one of whom noticed a “New York City Anti-Fascists” sticker on one of their phones. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ “One of the guys … sees [my brother’s] phone, grabs it and starts screaming, ‘I know what the f— that means, I know what the f— that sticker is, you need to get the f— out of here,'” the victim recounted. He added, “He throws the phone on the ground and they just start jumping us right in front of the bar.” ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・In the three weeks since Donald Trump’s inauguration, there have been various clashes between white supremacists and the Antifa organizers who vow to silence the mainstreaming of white supremacist groups by all means necessary."
Donald Trump Inauguration: FAN
 White supremacists brutally
 attack brothers outside NYC
 bar over anti-fascist sticker on
 phone
RepostBy @crackedrosecoloredglasses_us: "This past weekend on Feb. 11 two brothers were attacked in Manhattan by a group of neo-Nazis who were angered that one of the men had an anti-fascist (or Antifa) sticker on his phone case. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・The brothers, both 27 years old and graduate students at Columbia University said they noticed a group of “skinheads” at the bar. As they were leaving around 12:30 a.m. E.T., the brothers were confronted by a group of people smoking outside the bar, one of whom noticed a “New York City Anti-Fascists” sticker on one of their phones. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ “One of the guys … sees [my brother’s] phone, grabs it and starts screaming, ‘I know what the f— that means, I know what the f— that sticker is, you need to get the f— out of here,'” the victim recounted. He added, “He throws the phone on the ground and they just start jumping us right in front of the bar.” ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・In the three weeks since Donald Trump’s inauguration, there have been various clashes between white supremacists and the Antifa organizers who vow to silence the mainstreaming of white supremacist groups by all means necessary."

RepostBy @crackedrosecoloredglasses_us: "This past weekend on Feb. 11 two brothers were attacked in Manhattan by a group of neo-Nazis who...

Donald Trump Inauguration: "Alternative facts" is a phrase coined by Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway as a euphemism for falsehood, during a Meet the Press interview on January 22, 2017,11 in which she defended White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's false statement about the attendance at Donald Trump's inauguration as President of the United States. When pressed during the interview with Chuck Todd to explain why Spicer "utterled] a provable falsehood", Conway said "Don't be so overly dramatic about it, Chuck. You're saying it's a falsehood, and our press secretary, Sean Spicer, gave alternative facts to that 15llel Todd responded by saying "Look, alternative facts are not facts. They're falsehoods @Conscious god SO Lately I've Seen A lot Of Sheeple Jump Up In My Comments With This ASININE(Extremely Stupid-Foolish) Term " AlternativeFacts Trying To Discredit FACTS AND MISLED MY FAM-FOLLOWERs-VIEWERS. Here's Why👆🏾👆🏾👆🏾👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾- "Alternative facts" is a phrase coined by Counselor to the President KellyanneConway as a euphemism for falsehood, during a Meet the Press interview on January 22, 2017,[1][2][3][4] in which she defended WhiteHouse Press Secretary Sean Spicer's false statement about the attendance at DonaldTrump's inauguration as President of the UnitedStates. When pressed during the interview with ChuckTodd to explain why Spicer "utter[ed] a provable falsehood", Conway said "Don't be so overly dramatic about it, Chuck. You're saying it's a falsehood, and ... our press secretary, SeanSpicer, gave alternative facts to that."[5][6] Todd responded by saying "Look, alternative facts are not facts. They're falsehoods." SeekTRUTH QuestionEverything ReformTheSystem Boycott Not Protest Awaken LiveInLove NoReligion LiveAndLearn ConsciousGod Conscious Movement •• • •• HealthIsWealth KnowledgeIsPower •• • TaxationIsTheft • •• Decalcify Your PinealGland •• • • GTFLife
Donald Trump Inauguration: "Alternative facts" is a phrase coined
 by Counselor to the President Kellyanne
 Conway as a euphemism for falsehood,
 during a Meet the Press interview on
 January 22, 2017,11
 in which she
 defended White House Press Secretary
 Sean Spicer's false statement about the
 attendance at Donald Trump's
 inauguration as President of the United
 States. When pressed during the
 interview with Chuck Todd to explain
 why Spicer "utterled] a provable
 falsehood", Conway said "Don't be so
 overly dramatic about it, Chuck. You're
 saying it's a falsehood, and our press
 secretary, Sean Spicer, gave alternative
 facts to that
 15llel Todd responded by
 saying "Look, alternative facts are not
 facts. They're falsehoods
 @Conscious god
SO Lately I've Seen A lot Of Sheeple Jump Up In My Comments With This ASININE(Extremely Stupid-Foolish) Term " AlternativeFacts Trying To Discredit FACTS AND MISLED MY FAM-FOLLOWERs-VIEWERS. Here's Why👆🏾👆🏾👆🏾👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾- "Alternative facts" is a phrase coined by Counselor to the President KellyanneConway as a euphemism for falsehood, during a Meet the Press interview on January 22, 2017,[1][2][3][4] in which she defended WhiteHouse Press Secretary Sean Spicer's false statement about the attendance at DonaldTrump's inauguration as President of the UnitedStates. When pressed during the interview with ChuckTodd to explain why Spicer "utter[ed] a provable falsehood", Conway said "Don't be so overly dramatic about it, Chuck. You're saying it's a falsehood, and ... our press secretary, SeanSpicer, gave alternative facts to that."[5][6] Todd responded by saying "Look, alternative facts are not facts. They're falsehoods." SeekTRUTH QuestionEverything ReformTheSystem Boycott Not Protest Awaken LiveInLove NoReligion LiveAndLearn ConsciousGod Conscious Movement •• • •• HealthIsWealth KnowledgeIsPower •• • TaxationIsTheft • •• Decalcify Your PinealGland •• • • GTFLife

SO Lately I've Seen A lot Of Sheeple Jump Up In My Comments With This ASININE(Extremely Stupid-Foolish) Term " AlternativeFacts Trying To...