Crosstalk: October 8, 2018
This week's edition of the 'Round-Up' featured these and many other headlines:
--Kavanaugh nomination advanced by the Senate by a vote of 51-49.
--The League of Women Voters CEO participated in civil disobedience to protest Judge Kavanaugh and was among the activists arrested at the Capitol.
--The radical left is openly writing about hatching plans to destroy Brett Kavanaugh should the Senate confirm him to the Supreme Court.
--Keith Ellison of Minnesota has been accused of improprieties by his ex-girlfriend, yet he's considering resigning from the DNC in order to fully concentrate on his run for attorney general of Minnesota.
--A high school friend of Christine Blasey Ford said she was blindsided for her name being brought into the Ford/Kavanaugh debate as a corroborating witness.
--Hillary Clinton said President Trump has been racist, Islamophobic, sexist, and anti-LGBTQ.
--A new tracking poll has President Trump's job performance approval rating at 51%.
--A man was arrested in Logan, Utah, for allegedly mailing envelopes with ricin to multiple federal officials.
--Sunday is Life Chain Sunday where signs are held up in support of the pro-life cause. (www.nationallifechain.org)
--A 5 year old girl is alleged to have been sexually assaulted by a gender fluid classmate in a restroom in a Georgia public school.
--Children's Hospital in Colorado has removed gender markers from patient wristbands as part of an effort to support their unique gender identity.
--A new law recently passed in California is allowing kids as young as 12 years old to receive taxpayer funded transgender treatments and services without parental consent.
--The Racine, Wisconsin, city council approved an amendment to add gender identity throughout the municipal code.
--The pro-LGBT organization known as GLAAD sets its sight on video games.
--Azusa Pacific University, an evangelical Christian school in California, has reinstated official language prohibiting homosexual relationships on campus following backlash.
--A video published by the British Broadcasting Company shows 6 year old school children being instructed to write gay love letters and has been causing a stir on social media.
--The State Department has changed a new policy that would block diplomatic visas for same-sex partners of any foreign officials and U.N. employees. They will have to provide proof of marriage for their 'significant others' to remain in the country after 2018.
--The Secretary General of the United Nations called for the international body to redouble its efforts to support the LGBTI community around the globe.
--President Trump issued a powerful message this week about the value of individuals with Down Syndrome in America.
--A man who assaulted a young female, pro-life advocate Sunday in Toronto, has been identified by his employer.
Sorry, only Situation Room Members can download this episode.Click Here to Join For as Little as $8.99/month.