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Paul Ryan Stands By His Call For Prayers In Response To The Texas Church Shooting

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Paul Ryan is standing by his call for prayers following the tragedy in Texas over the weekend.

And while giving your thoughts and prayers is great — there also needs to be swift and effective policy change to reduce the risk of mass shootings happening again.

Unfortunately, the House Speaker doesn't agree. He also doesn't seem familiar with the bible verse, "Faith without works is dead." Your welcome, Paul.

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On Monday night, the GOPer told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that he was disappointed to see so many people upset with his passive response to the church shooting.

He said:

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Bernie Sanders Responds After Learning Virginia Shooter Volunteered On His Presidential Campaign

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This is such a terrible situation.

As we reported, a 66-year-old man named James T. Hodgkinson from Belleville, Illinois opened fire at congressional baseball practice outside of Washington, D.C. on Wednesday morning, injuring many and wounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise in the hip.

Turns out, not only did Hodgkinson have a history with violence, but he had volunteered for Bernie Sanders during the 2016 presidential election.

After learning this news, the 75-year-old politician immediately made an address to condemn Hodgkinson's actions.

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Bernie somberly said:

"I have just been informed that the alleged shooter at the Republican baseball practice is someone who apparently volunteered on my presidential campaign. I am sickened by this despicable act. Let me be as clear as I can be: Violence of any kind is unacceptable in our society and I condemn this action in the strongest possible terms. Real change can only come about through nonviolent action, and anything else runs against our most deeply held American values."

Watch his full statement (below):

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Paul Ryan Emailed Seth Meyers To Complain About His Scathing Health Care Report — So, The Late Night Host Clapped Back With More Hard Facts!

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Seth Meyers' nightly roasts of Donald Trump's administration might not get a response from POTUS himself, but not everyone in that political asshat parade can stay silent after being constantly ripped apart on late night television.

Namely, Paul Ryan, who was apparently so butthurt over Meyers' take on the GOP's Health Care reform bill, he sent the Late Night host an email trying to defend himself!

During last Thursday's "A Closer Look," Meyers eviscerated the House Speaker for his apparent hypocrisy over the health care debate, showing clips of Ryan condemning Democrats for rushing Obamacare in 2010.

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According to Meyers, Ryan contradicted his own fight against congressional injustice by using the same tactics to push the American Health Care Act through the House last week.

Well, apparently, the doe-eyed politician didn't like that very much, and sent the comedian an email to complain about Thursday's segment — which Seth picked apart point-by-point during Monday's taping.

Despite disagreeing with every charge made in the email, Meyers was pleased to provoke a response out of one of Trump's closest lackeys, and even invited the fitness enthusiast to appear on a future episode of Late Night!

Ha! That'll be the day! Ch-ch-check out the clip (below).

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Seth Meyers Gives The American Health Care Act 'A Closer Look' & Diagnoses Paul Ryan With Hypocritical Douchebag Syndrome!

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Donald Trump is used to getting slammed on late night television.

But unfortunately for POTUS, Seth Meyers' beatdowns will no longer be covered under the American Health Care Act.

The Late Night host grilled House Republicans for their giddy reaction to narrowly passing the Obamacare replacement bill on Thursday, which literally takes from the poor and gives to the rich.

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While the reverse-Robin Hood effort still must pass in the Senate before it can become law, Trump and his lackeys Mike Pence and Paul Ryan were already celebrating the victory in a post-vote press conference, to which Seth observed:

"I guess they're just happy they passed something other than a kidney stone… No longer covered, by the way."

Meyers especially went on to blast House Speaker Ryan for rushing the bill through without proper vetting, years after he passionately accused Dems of doing the very same thing with Obamacare.

Ch-ch-check out the clip (above) to watch the latest "A Closer Look" segment.

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Donald Trump Is Already Doing A Victory Lap Before His Fucked Up Healthcare Bill Even Passes In Senate

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As we've reported, the GOP-run House voted to pass their replacement for the Affordable Care Act today — and Donald Trump and Paul Ryan jumped at the opportunity to give themselves a pat on the back. Obviously.

Just a reminder: this piece-of-shit bill still needs to be voted on in the Senate.

Just another reminder: this piece-of-shit bill considers things like sexual assault, postpartum depression, C-sections, abortions, domestic violence as pre-existing conditions. Are you paying attention?

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In a celebratory appearance after the House's vote, Drumpf said:

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Donald Trump Wages War Against Republicans Of The Freedom Caucus — And Twitter Laughs At The Hypocrisy!

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How do you deal with a bunch of unruly conservatives going against your divisive agenda? You destroy them, obviously.

That's why Donald Trump waged war on the conservatives of the House Freedom Caucus on Thursday, suggesting his Republican minions should "fight them" if they fail to back his agenda.

The dispute began when the caucus members blocked Trump's Affordable Care Act replacement last Friday, causing POTUS to prematurely pull out (he hates doing that!) ahead of the house vote.

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But instead of working with the lawmakers who oppose him, Trump decided to cause more division within his own party and call on those blindly supporting him to fight against everyone who doesn't.

Taking to his favorite podium, Twitter, the President threatened opposing Republicans to quickly get with his program or face the wrath ofPaul Ryan, we guess? He shared:

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Paul Ryan Explains Why The Healthcare Bill Had To Be Pulled Ahead Of House Vote!

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Paul Ryan came up short, you guys.

On Friday, Donald Trump called for a House vote on the health bill, hoping there would be enough Republican support behind the half-baked replacement for Obamacare.

But things didn't go as planned during the floor debate, when House Speaker Ryan realized he didn't have enough congressional backers for his baby, the American Health Care Act.

Instead of crash and burn, Ryan told POTUS to pull the healthcare bill — and while he may have lost the battle, the Speaker made it clear he will not lose the war.

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After the dramatic pull out, Ryan spoke to press about the major failure and almost made us feel sorry for him with those sad doe eyes.

Ryan explained the House didn't have the "consensus" they needed to move the legislation forward and write the bill — which would have been a "favor" to the architects of the Affordable Care Act.

He clarified that the difference in opinion was not IF Obamacare should be replaced, but on

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