Franklin Graham says that sanctuary cities are a “little picture of hell.”
Josh Bernstein hopes that the judge in the Tommy Robinson case “burns in hell.”
Wayne Allyn Root is writing “a new book on Donald Trump’s business and political success.”
Todd Starnes thinks that ABC cancelled Roseanne because the network hated the fact that the “program attracted a huge audience of gun-toting, flag-waving, blue collar Trump supporters.”
Alex Jones claims that Trump’s announcement that his administration will soon roll out a new healthcare plan is the fulfillment of a promise to make sure the public has access to all the secret cures for cancer that global elites have hidden.
Finally, Scott Lively announces that he is shutting down his Abiding Truth Ministries: “I have not changed my view that society should follow the Bible as the guide to sexual morality in public policy, but believe my emphasis should shift away from a culture-war perspective to a conservationist perspective in which the natural family is recognized as the essential eco-system of humanity that must be protected and preserved in the mainstream of society. I expect to enlist authentically conservative homosexuals in this cause, as well as political liberals with natural law presuppositions on environmental and conservationist issues — especially regarding transgender extremism as it morphs into transhumanism, with all of its horrific science-fiction-come-to-life implications.”