Rick Joyner weighs in on the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh: “Sexual assault is a terrible thing, it is a terrible thing to be accused of, it is far more terrible to be falsely accused of.”
Carl Gallups is urging President Trump to open an investigation into Christine Blasey Ford and charge her and “her handlers” with perjury and witness tampering.
James Goll claims that he was “catapulted into a vision” in which he was told by God “that there would be another ‘tremor or shaking in the land’ resulting in yet another surprise that would transpire in the Supreme Court. I then heard, ‘I have a Deborah waiting in the wings. This Deborah will be appointed and will tip the scales towards constitutional justice.'”
White nationalist YouTuber J.F. Gariepy disrupted his usual talk show—in which he interviews other white nationalists—to play the piano: “Smooth fash. We’re making a new type of music. It’s smooth music played by fascists.”
Brittany Pettibone and her twin sister tackled the tough question on everyone’s mind: Can you have both video games and children?
Mark Taylor says that it is no coincidence that a hurricane formed right after Kavanaugh was confirmed.
Finally, “weather warrior” Kat Kerr is taking authority over Hurricane Michael and ordering it to diminish.