CNN Caught Stealth Editing Fake Quote out of Donald Trump Story — tomfernandez28’s Blog

by BREITBART NEWS 31 Oct 2016   Early this evening, CNN tried to catch Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in a heavily compromising position over comments he made at a rally in Colorado. …

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Hillary is So Unpopular, She Has to Pay Off Youth Voters and Fabricate Her Rallies

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Oct 29, 2016 by Tim Brown

Among the many Wikileaks emails that were dumped this summer, it was clear that Hillary Clinton is not as popular as the media would have you believe. In fact, it became clear that she has no real support in a hacked email to the point where she was forced to pay young voters to stump online for her.

The Gateway Pundit reported:

She’s the astroturfed candidate.
Hillary is SOOO unpopular that she has to pay off young voters to support her and show up at her rallies.

5 Biggest Scoops from the #DNCLeaks WikiLeak

Wikileaks released nearly 20,000 hacked emails it says are from the accounts of Democratic National Committee officials on Friday.

The emails are devastating for Hillary Clinton. According to at least one hacked email Hillary Clinton has no real support and must pay youth voters to defend her online. She…

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Choose Life – An Unborn Baby’s 1st Heartbeat Occurs 16 Days After Conception

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Study: An Unborn Baby’s 1st Heartbeat Occurs 16 Days After Conception

A study finds an unborn baby’s first heartbeat occurs as early as 16 days after conception.

A research team funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) at the University of Oxford says a baby’s first heartbeat is now far earlier than was previously understood, reports theDaily Mail.

“We are trying to better understand how the heart develops, and ultimately what causes the heart defects that develop in the womb before birth and to extrapolate to adult heart repair,” said BHF professor and lead researcher Paul Riley. “By finding out how the heart first starts to beat and how problems can arise in heart development, we are one step closer to being able to prevent heart conditions from arising during pregnancy.”

Riley added the new research could help in understanding…

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