Frances & Friends
Frances & Friends - Aug. 28th, 2020
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss the Republican National Convention, and the testimony of Alice Johnson. The 63 year old, had been serving some 20 years behind bars, receiving five life sentences without parole for her involvement in a nonviolent, federal drug offense. She was a first time offender. President Trump commuted the sentence in June 2018. This did not erase Johnson’s conviction, only ended her sentence. While in prison, and since she has re-entered society, she has shared her faith in God, and fights for criminal justice for others who deserve fair sentencing. The extreme sentencing came under the 1994, controversial tough on crime law that Joe Biden himself helped put into place. The panel says the RNC was full of real people stories that left viewers with hope for the future of America; but more importantly, were left with faith In God We Trust.
Up Next in 2020
Frances & Friends - Aug. 27th, 2020
Does America see the difference between conservatism and socialism? Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss the Republican National Convention, and the young Congressional candidate, Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina, a paraplegic who stood up from his wheelchair to stan...
Frances & Friends - Aug. 26th, 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 verbal...
Frances & Friends - Aug. 25th, 2020
Today on Frances and Friends, Sister Swaggart and panel discuss how the Spanish Flu of 1918 was a definitive killer; the worst in history, killing some 675-thousand Americans, and infecting some 500-million worldwide, and there is still no vaccine for it to this day. The reaction we’ve seen to C...