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What You Missed This Weekend: The Pneumonia Edition



The weekend has come and gone, so let us fill you in on all the things you missed while you were out there not missing work.

Hillary's Failing Health

Hillary dominated the weekend news cycle after she had to leave a 9/11 memorial early on Sunday as she became too sick to stay. Her campaign first said she was just overheated, but after a video surfaced of her unable to walk by herself, they changed it to pneumonia.

The left's collective heartbeat skipped while the right was busy showing just how dumb a claim this was. Hillary is sick, but it's not pneumonia. Stay tuned, more will definitely be revealed soon.

Kaepernick's Anthem Protest Spreads To Others

weekendMultiple NFL players staged their own “protests” in the spirit of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Sunday, as members of teams from across the country locked arms, raised their fists or knelt during or just after the national anthem.

However, the actions were so varied that some news outlets have reported them as protests, while others have reported the arm locking and kneeling as being extra pro-American.  Will this get worse or just go away next week? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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Victims Of 9/11 Will Soon Be Able To Sue Saudi Arabia

weekendThe senate unanimously passed a bill that would allow the victims and the family of victims of 9/11 the right to sue Saudi Arabia for their involvement in the terrorist attack. The most incredible part may just be that the senate passed something unanimously.

However, President Obama stated again on Friday that he would veto any bill put in front of him. Will the Senate stay united and overturn his veto?

A Slice Of Kindness For The Homeless

weekendA Michigan woman won a year supply of pizza, but instead of enjoying the cheesy goodness all to herself, she donated every last slice to charity. The woman won a year supply of pizza from Little Caesars, which amounted to a $500 gift card from the company.

The pizza donation went to Covenant House Michigan, a charity for homeless youth. After all, no child should have to go without the joy of pizza.



That's all we got, but as always, let us know what we missed or what we could have done better in the comments below.

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