Todd Starnes Show – Dec 6

THE THIRD HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

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2:20pm – Guest: Senator Ted Cruz ( R-TX) Ted serves on the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation; the Committee on Armed Services; the Committee on the Judiciary; the Joint Economic Committee; and the Committee on Rules and Administration. 

2:30pm- Sweet Lord! Portland doughnut shop The Holy Donut has drawn a backlash for a holiday promotion that intended to provide gifts, including warm winter clothes, to children in need. The doughnut shop announced its plan on Facebook. Users did not take kindly to the fact that The Holy Donut partnered with The Salvation Army to find a few children in need. Commenters on Facebook took issue with the partnership, alleging that The Salvation Army has a history of discriminating against the LGBT community. The Salvation Army has denied that it discriminates against anybody for any reason. “They proselytize to the people in their programs, they reject LGBT people from their shelters. They have tried to scrub their image, but still discriminate,” one commenter wrote on The Holy Donut’s page. Guest: Ray Richardson, morning host on WLOB in Portland, Maine.


THE SECOND HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

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1:05pm- Promise of Peace Or Kiss of Death? In a momentous shift of United States foreign policy in the Middle East, President Donald Trump is set to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on Wednesday and initiate the process of relocating the U.S. embassy to the city from Tel Aviv, according to senior administration officials. Interested in Israel? The president is expected to officially announce the policy changes in remarks at the White House at 1pm on Wednesday. Not everyone is happy, The Turkish government’s spokesman on Wednesday said that the United States’ decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will plunge the region and the world into “a fire with no end in sight”.

1:20pm- Guest: Congressman Ron DeSantis (R-FL)   

1:30pm- Millennial Time! According to our next guest, It’s not just ivory tower academics indoctrinating students into liberal hysteria — their peers at community colleges and smaller universities nationwide are weaving a similar diet of left-wing politics into lesson plans, critics warn. Guest: Caleb Parke, Foxnews.com writer 

1:50pm- Obama thanks himself 


THE FIRST HOUR OF THE TODD STARNES SHOW

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12:05pm- Country Over Party? Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona wrote out a $100 check to Alabama Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones Tuesday, in an apparent response to President Trump’s formal endorsement of embattled Republican candidate Roy Moore. Flake tweeted out a picture of his donation, adding the caption, “Country before Party.” The phrase was also written on the subject line of the check. Moore responded to Flake’s donation with a broadside of his own on Twitter describing Flake as a “Pro-amnesty, big gov’t Republican Senator” and called for “100 grassroots conservatives to step up and reject the DC Establishment”

12:20pm-  Honor & Integrity? Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon slammed Mitt Romney at a rally for Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore Tuesday night, saying Moore “has more honor and integrity in [his] pinky finger than your entire family has in its whole DNA.” Bannon’s appearance came one week before polling day in a brief, but ugly special election race between Moore and Democrat Doug Jones. The campaign has been dominated by accusations of sexual misconduct made against Moore by several women, one of whom claimed Moore molested her when she was 14 years old and he was in his early 30s. On Monday, Romney tweeted that “Roy Moore in the US [sic] Senate would be a stain on the GOP and on the nation.” In response, Bannon contrasted Moore’s Army service during the Vietnam War with Romney’s work as a Mormon missionary in the late-1960s. “You hid behind your religion,” said Bannon, addressing Romney. “You went to France to be a missionary while guys were dying in rice paddies.”  

12:50pm- NAACP: Trump should not attend Mississippi Civil Rights Museum opening..Sarah Sanders responds.