Todd Starnes Show Recap - Sep 19

The Todd Starnes Show has an all-star lineup today, which airs Monday through Friday from noon to 3 pm EST all across America! You can listen LIVE at toddstarnes.com -- give us a call at 888-788-9910


THE THIRD HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW:

The White House is under fire for letting an 11-year-old boy mow the grass. Critics say the president ran afoul of child labor laws. Todd says a little hard work never hurt anyone. What was your first childhood job? Call 888 788 9910.


UPDATES:

Former NYT reporter has a problem with this story:

Trump Lets 11-Year-Old Frank Mow White House Lawn

from AmericanLens.com:

White Supremacy Pyramid has Charter School Parents, Students Upset

Benjamin Netanyahu applauds Trump's UN remarks: "I never heard a bolder or more courageous speech"


THE SECOND HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW:

Hobby Lobby is selling cotton decorations and some African-American customers are outraged. Todd says anyone offended or triggered by cotton should seek immediate psychological help. Call Todd right now if you agree or disagree – 888 788 9910.

UPDATES:

1:37 PM African-American Students Offended by Cotton Centerpiece

They weren't the only ones offended by cotton -- this story comes from a Hobby Lobby in Texas: 

Customer Triggered by Hobby Lobby Cotton Decor

1:20 PM Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst:

"Did Comey steal government documents? I think he did. Comey appears to have lied under oath."

"Who knew [Sessions] would be so incompetent" as attorney general?" Jarret said.

Read his column at Fox News Opinion: Gregg Jarrett: Sessions should resign, but not before taking action against Clinton, Comey and Rice



THE FIRST HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW:

President Trump had a “Come to Jesus” meeting at the United Nations today – telling the nations of the world – “Don’t mess with the United States.” Todd says it was an epic “Ronald Reagan meets Chuck Norris” address. Do you agree/disagree? Call Todd right now 888 788 9910.


TODD STARNES SHOW POLL:


UPDATES:

 

12:20 PM Heather Nauert, State Department Spokesperson:

"We take a sober look at the world...seeing it for what it really is...the destabilizing forces in North Korea, democracy erode in Venezuela, what's happening in Burma...because they're being systematically targeted...acting in the interest of the United States.

"One of the differences between the Bush Administration is that this administration doesn't believe in nation building...but we're calling on other nations to help rebuild."

"But really on this stage, it helps let everyone know where we stand...and the top threat not only to America, but the world...we see that as North Korea."

"One of [Amb. Nikki Haley's] biggest things has been U.N. reform."

"Media just needs to settle down on this...we are working our tails off on diplomacy...still more needs to be done, and we're having a lot of behind the scenes talks with China and Russia."

12:05 PM Todd Starnes Monologue on Trump's speech:

He should've just dropped the mic and walked off the stage. The American people are applauding today, Mr. President.