Frances & Friends - Aug. 26th, 2020
Frances & Friends • 27-Aug-2020
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss the Republican National Convention speakers. The speech of Nicolas Sandmann, a Kentucky High Schooler who while visiting the Lincoln Memorial last year, was approached by an older man who told Sandmann he was a racist and was verbally attacked by the man while being videoed; the confrontation was broadcast on several media outlets. Sandmann has since won lawsuits against CNN and the Washington Post for slander and defamation of character. Brother Brown says he was very impressed by Herschel Walker’s speech, and that of former Planned Parenthood employee, Abby Johnson who exposed the motives of the initial Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger; also exposing, the fact that Planned Parenthood clinics and abortion clinics have been strategically placed in minority communities throughout history. Johnson says, as a nurse, she witnessed first hand the barbaric ways of abortion doctors. She is now pro-life. Brother Brown says he is astonished that American Christians, and many black Americans, cannot see what is happening. Brother Brown says it’s time to wake up. Brother Donnie says we must stand up for life. He says if you vote for a candidate who is for abortion, the blood of those babies will be on your hands.
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