John-Henry speaks with Israeli actress and singer Avital Livny, who has decided to leave her career and fight the COVID tyranny. She created The Testimonies Project to highlight the untold stories of those injured by the ‘vaccine,’ since the government has refused to report this information.
Pro-Life leader Eric Scheidler of the Pro-Life Action League admits to being highly optimistic about Roe vs. Wade being overturned, but the son of the late pro-life hero Joe Scheidler is urging fellow Christians to keep the pressure on.
John Henry talked with Catholic journalist and managing editor of Catholic Family News, Matt Gaspers, to break down Pope Francis’ Synod on Synodality. They discussed how this synod is set to change the Church in a really radical way.
Constitutional attorney Adèle Keim of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty explains why Wednesday’s Supreme Court hearing on Mississippi’s law restricting any abortion over 15 weeks could result in a reversal of the 1973 Supreme Court decision that wrongly made abortion a constitutional issue.
Steve Jalsevac, co-founder and president of LifeSiteNews, sits down with LSNTV correspondent Jim Hale to talk about the news organization’s history and the worldwide Global Reset. Steve warns about Big Pharma’s erroneous treatments, Dr. Fauci, the de-population efforts of COVID globalists, and describes how Christians should act in these times.
Angelia Desselle was completely healthy, like nearly all people in her age group, and worked for many years in health care. She said that she had no pressures to take the jab, but today is warning everyone to not experience what she is going through. Help Angelia get treatment: www.lifefunder.com/vaxinjury
Loyola Marymount University, a Jesuit-run ‘Catholic’ institution, recently received backlash when LMU President Snyder allowed a Planned Parenthood fundraiser to take place on-campus. In response to this event, Donahue and the California College Republicans hosted a protest in which many were invited to pray the Rosary.
Christendom College professor Matthew Tsakanakis endured a COVID nightmare that has left him questioning whether America remains a free country. “It woke me up to a new America that is not the America I knew when I was growing up, when we stood for fighting atheistic Marxism.”