What in the world? What are they thinking? How can that be? These are questions that may come to mind as Jim presented details on these and other stories on this edition of Crosstalk:
–A former U.S. special forces soldier (a male fighting in mixed martial arts as a woman) beat a woman into submission and people are cheering for him.
–Twelve Apostles Evangelical Church in Berlin recently hosted a leather fetish service for homosexual men.
–At the Met Gala in New York, U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe wore a red, white and blue pant suit and carried a clutch purse. On that purse it said, “In gay we trust”.
–A Wyoming public library contains books for children and teens that are inappropriate, some of which are X-rated.
–A professor charged with assault after allegedly bloodying the face of a student who engaged in a peaceful demonstration against the idea of a vaccine mandate on the campus.
–The Israeli health minister caught on a “hot microphone” disclosing the real reason for imposing a COVID-19 vaccine passport for certain venues.
–A Navy football coach fired for refusing to get vaccinated.
–The chief executive of a hospital in Texas warned that his facility faces closure after President Biden’s announcement last week that most healthcare workers get the COVID-19 vaccine.
–A leaked Zoom conference call reveals a doctor questioning how to increase the count of COVID-19 patient numbers on his hospital’s dashboard report.
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