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Despite So Much Winning, The Right Feels Like It's Losing

Donald Trump's victory ushered in a level of conservative dominance in American politics not seen in nearly a century. But fears of losing a culture war can stoke "apocalyptic" feelings on the right.
Supporters of Donald Trump celebrate as results come in during an election night event at the New York Hilton Midtown on Nov. 8, 2016. Despite his victory, many conservatives still feel like they are losing their grip on the country. Source: Chip Somodevilla

Diamond and Silk caused a spectacle on Capitol Hill on Thursday.

"Facebook along with other social media sites have taken aggressive actions to silence conservative voices such as ourselves," the pro-Trump social media stars charged.

It's a claim Facebook denies, pointing out that the social media network has changed its settings so that users see more content from friends — and less from political groups of all stripes.

But beyond the fireworks before the House Judiciary Committee, the two

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