Patrick Mahoney calls upon President-elect Trump to “clarify his position on a Muslim Database and ensure that no one is targeted or forced to register because of their religious beliefs.”
David and Jason Benham say that “the agenda to impose participation and celebration of the gay lifestyle—and all the expressive events surrounding it—is more aggressive than ever before.”
Peter LaBarbera calls for a boycott of Zales because “the jewelry company created this 30-second commercial that helps normalize homosexuality-based ‘marriage’ by mixing it in with several images of normal, male-female relationships and marriages.”
Bryan Fischer tells Trump that “we are waiting to hear from you as our president-elect about exactly what you intend to do to prevent the next jihadi attack. Don’t make us wait any longer. “
Finally, Glenn Beck spent a good deal of time on his radio program today speculating that someone in the Oval Office was trying to send a message by placing a Norman Rockwell painting behind Trump when he met with President Obama. The only problem is that the painting has been in that same spot for over a year.