Democrats Mock Prayers for Victims of Texas Church Massacre


WATCH: It is absolutely shameful that Democrats and the Mainstream Media are mocking and smearing people who are praying for the victims of the Baptist church massacre in Texas. 

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2:05pm – Election Day! President Donald Trump sought Tuesday morning to push Virginia voters to the polls, slamming the record of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam while heaping praise on Republican Ed Gillespie. “Ralph Northam will allow crime to be rampant in Virginia. He’s weak on crime, weak on our GREAT VETS, Anti-Second Amendment and has been horrible on Virginia economy. Vote @EdWGillespie today!” the president wrote in a series of posts to Twitter. “@EdWGillespie will totally turn around the high crime and poor economic performance of VA. MS-13 and crime will be gone. Vote today, ASAP!” Trump added in a third post. The president’s online posts came amid a five-country, 13-day trip to Asia, one that has already taken him to Japan and South Korea. Trump has eagerly endorsed Gillespie's candidacy, posting multiple times to Twitter in support of the GOP candidate. Guest: Jeff Katz,  award winning media personality. He is a columnist for The Boston Herald and The Valley Patriot and a talk show host on WRVA Radio.

2:30pm- Guest: Stephen E. Strang is an award-winning journalist and successful businessman. After interviewing Donald Trump, Strang was involved with other Christian leaders who campaigned for Trump's election. Strang also attended the 2017 election night victory party in New York. Strang is CEO of Charisma Media and founder of Charisma magazine. Check out his new book, “God and Donald Trump” 



1:05pm- (From yesterday) Go To He**! Donna Brazile's scathing review of Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign sent more shock waves this weekend through the Democratic Party, with members eager to bury the Clinton era ahead of Tuesday’s key Virginia governor’s race and other upcoming elections. “Those telling me to shut up … I tell them, 'Go to hell.' I’m gonna tell my story,” Brazile, who ran the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 White House race, on Sunday told ABC’s “This Week.” Brazile roiled the political world on Thursday when she published excerpts in Politico of her upcoming book that detailed a 2015 money deal between the Clinton campaign and the DNC that made winning the party’s presidential nomination nearly impossible for any other Democratic candidate. NBC News published a memorandum Saturday detailing the joint-fundraising agreement that shows the Clinton camp would have input on such key DNC decisions as hiring and spending, in exchange for helping the group with its roughly $20 million debt. Plus: Former Brazile friend Terry McAuliffe turns on Donna!

1:30pm- Guest: Kayleigh McEnany, the newest RNC Spokesperson, former CNN Commentator (calling in)

1:50pm- Did Trump Impatiently Dump Fish Food in Japanese Koi Pond? According to the MSM he did….



12:05pm- The latest from Texas! A sporting goods chain has confirmed that it sold two firearms to the man who shot up a church in a tiny South Texas community, killing 26 people. In a statement posted on the company’s social media, Katy, Texas-based Academy Sports & Outdoors confirmed that Devin Patrick Kelley bought the weapons from two different San Antonio stores, one in 2016 and one in 2017. The company also confirmed that the sales were cleared by the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. The company extended condolences to the victims and their families and said it was cooperating with investigators. The Air Force says it failed to report the Texas church shooter’s domestic violence conviction to the FBI as required by Pentagon rules. Information about such convictions is supposed to be submitted to the FBI for inclusion in the National Criminal Information Center database.

12:20pm- Awful! Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) says he walked out of a moment of silence on the House floor for victims of Sunday's mass shooting in Texas, saying he “will not be silent” after yet another massacre. Lieu posted a video on his Facebook page Monday night after the moment of silence, during which he said he was “heartbroken about the children and adults that were killed in the worst mass shooting in Texas history this Sunday.” “My colleagues right now are doing a moment of silence in the House of Representatives chambers,” Lieu said. “I respect their right to do that and I myself have participated in many of them.” “But I can’t do this again; I’ve been to too many moments of silences. In just my short period in congress three of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history have occurred. I will not be silent.” Lieu referred specifically to the Texas shooting, as well as the mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub in June 2016 that left 49 people dead and the mass shooting in Las Vegas last month, the deadliest in modern U.S. history, where 58 people were killed. 

12:30pm- Question: Does this fall on Obama? 888-788-9910

12:50pm- The woman who flipped off President Trump's motorcade last month said Monday that she was fired on Halloween for violating her employer's code of conduct policy -- but she vowed she would do it all over again if given the chance.

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