October 1st 2018 - On the Todd Starnes Show:

Hour 1

President Trump ordered the F-B-I to re-investigate Judge Kavanaugh, but stipulated that the investigation should last less than a week and be limited in scope. The President's order came after Arizona Republican Jeff Flake called for an investigation just before a Committee vote to recommend Kavanaugh for confirmation. Todd weighed in.

"Jeff Flake was a yes vote, until he got into this elevator, and he was accosted by these women, these screeching female feminist protestors in this elevator. It was a horrible scene, but if you look at the images, from that meeting, you can tell very quickly, that Jeff Flake was scared out of his mind - and I would not be surprised if the man had to go back to his office and change his undershorts," Starnes said.

Hour 2

Former FBI Special Agent Jonathan Gilliam joined Todd in studio to explain what goes into this type of FBI investigation, what steps are taken within the process to investigate the claims and what it could mean if someone changes their original testimony.

"The reality is; this is not a background investigation. This is further interviews, the scope of this is simply what Dr. Ford has alleged. It doesn't include Avenetti and his crazy claims, or any of these other people. The scope is Dr. Ford and what she has accused Bret Kavanaugh of doing. If that is the case, the scope of this is to go back, and re-interview people who have already given sworn statements to see if they remember something else, because if the try to change their statements they could be brought up on charges of perjury," Gilliam said.

Hour 3

Blount County, Alabama schools will no longer have a pregame prayer over the loudspeakers, instead a moment of silence will take place just before the National Anthem, following a complaint from the Freedom from Religion Foundation. Todd talked with Gregg Armstrong, the father of a Locust Fork High School student, about how Blount County is fighting back!

"What we did, as community, and as a complete county - we thought you might take away the microphone but you can't take away the prayer out of our hearts and you can't take Jesus out of our hearts. So we put forth an organized effort... our local churches paid for in our area, a thousand shirts to be given away, that had 'we believe' on the front, and the Lord's prayer on the back," Armstrong said.


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