Jason Ward is back for his second time and we talk about Kavanaugh’s confirmation, the Oath of Citizenship, atheist’s being blocked, Saga, and more! Remember, if you want to save the app, you need to act fast.
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After a brief FBI investigation that didn’t question any key witnesses that resulted in a confidential report with only one copy printed that was only available to senators and a few staffers and kept under lock and key, the 53 year old Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the US Supreme Court by a vote of 50 – 48 while 164 protesters were arrested.
Lisa Murkowski was going to vote no until she agreed to abstain so that Steve Daines would not have to fly back from his daughter’s wedding. Republicans Jeff Flake and Susan Collins and Democrat Joe Manchin all voted to confirm. All other Democrats voted against the purgering sexual predator.
AFA cheers Kavanaugh’s success
The American Family Association is cheering Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation saying:
“Brett Kavanaugh is a constitutional judge who will adhere to the original intent of our Founding Fathers. Despite the sleazy tactics used against Judge Kavanaugh, he has weathered the storm. His confirmation will have a positive impact for generations to come. Issues important to the American Family Association, such as sanctity of life and religious freedom, are taking on an even greater importance in our culture, and how the Supreme Court rules in these matters will affect every American for decades to come.”
Dave Daubenmire claims Kavanaugh allegations are white Christian men being sexually profiled
Religious right activist Coach Dave Daubenmire had the following impressed on him by the Holy Spirit:
Rick Wiles suspects Christine Blasey Ford might be brainwashed by the CIA
Rick Wiles used his end times program “TruNews” to present this interesting conspiracy theory:
Atheist loses lawsuit against “so help me God” in citizenship oath
Olga Paule Perrier-Bilbo has lived in the US since 2000 and only needs to swear the oath of citizenship to finally become a US citizen. She is an atheist and objected to the works “so help me God” in the oath. She was given the choice of being silent for those words or taking the secular alternative. She refused both with the argument that the secular oath should be the default and she sued in federal court. She has lost.
Arkansas state senator sued for blocking atheists on Facebook and Twitter
American Atheists has filed a lawsuit against Arkansas State Senator Stanley Jason Rapert for blocking four atheist constituents on Facebook and Twitter for expressing views that differed from the senator’s. They are arguing that this is viewpoint discrimination and a violation of the 1st and 14th Amendments as well as Arkansas state law.
Rep. Khanna Releases Internet Bill of Rights
Congolese doctor, Yazidi activist win Nobel Peace Prize for combating sexual violence
Swedish girl named Saga finds 1,000-year-old sword in lake
An eight year old Swedish-American girl was playing in her local lake in Sweden when young Saga pulled a sword from the lake, rose it in the air, and presented it to her father saying “Daddy, I found a sword!”
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