Truth News Headlines September 20, 2018

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Trump Blasts Sessions

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President Trump: “I don’t have an attorney general. It’s very sad.” – “I’m very disappointed in Jeff. Very disappointed.”

This is a prime example of the need to be intellectually honest and accept President Trump at his word. There is a tremendous amount of false-theory being cited by people struggling to accept the failure of AG Sessions to support the objectives of President Trump. “Trust the plan”, and/or “trust Sessions” are the most well-known proclamations.

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FBI, DOJ To Defy Trump Order; Redactions Planned As Top ‘Deep State’ Dems Demand Insubordination

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AIM4Truther Vincent says: I value information, not personalities; that’s why I’m an AIMer!

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Internal Emails & Texts Reveal Mueller Team Conducted Meetings with MSM Reporters in Restaurants, Bars, Starbucks

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Deer in headlights Bret Baier

Bret Baier is so out of the loop when it comes to what is really going on…

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Are Media Matters and George Soros Behind the Social Purge?

A nearly two year old document reportedly issued by Media Matters for America lays out a plan for “defeating Trump” and Republicans over the next four years. But is this strategy actually responsible for the social media taking place on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google? After all, this purge only protects
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Do You Want to Be a Successful Artist?

Hard to find anyone with all of those attributes

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“I put my heart and soul into my work, and I have lost my mind in the process.” – Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh is considered to be one of the greatest and most influential painters of all time, but his work received no recognition during his lifetime. His paintings were often described as being too dark and lacking the bright liveliness of the Impressionist paintings of the time. He produced more than 900 works during his lifetime, but only sold one painting, Red Vineyard at Arles.

Paul Gaugain. El Greco. Claude Monet. Johannes Vermeer. Stendhal. Franz Kafka. Sylvia Plath.

What do all these artists have in common?

They only became famous after their deaths.

And the list goes on and on…

It’s almost as if that’s a rule, right? Some fundamental principle of the universe. Artists can aspire to barely make a living, if that.

Then how can…

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