Alan Colmes and I discuss Trump, Jesus and Cancer



Alan Colmes had me on his radio show again. He has a sweet spirit, although when he gets started on those liberal talking points, he goes kind of into a rapid-fire chant and I tend to try to shout over him. Alan kind of tricked me into saying “Trump is scary,” which he put in his headline to our radio spot. I don’t think Trump will be scary as President. Hilary would be. My concerns were that Trump did donate money to Hilary in the past and was a liberal Democrat for most of his life. He’s had a change of heart on abortion. He has conservative views on immigration and capitalism. I would be scared to be his wife. He would leave me when I got old…or got cancer.

I am voting for Trump and told Alan why; 1) Trump is not a globalist like Hilary, 2) Trump loves America and does not apologize for it 2) Trump will protect us from Islamic terrorism and 3) Trump will bring jobs back to the U.S. and get us out of debt.

I got to share the gospel with Alan, although I accidentally left out the resurrection part. Doe! The gospel (“good news”) is that Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins, was buried and resurrected and offers us eternal life with Him if we repent and accept His free gift of redemption and salvation. (Romans 3:23, Romans 6:23, Ephesians 2:8,9, John 3:16)

Alan and I discussed the threat of Islam and I reminded him that even the “good” Muslims follow a man, Mohammed, who taught violence, encouraged violence, wrote about it in the Quran, and was himself violent. I suggested Alan watch my song again that is loaded with facts proving Obama’s strong ties to Islam. Link here. Related article here.

Alan was kind to plug my new Minnie Pearl show “Who’s Victoria Jackson?” which will begin filming Aug. 18 at Zanies Nashville. The public is welcome to come to the show! Our FaceBook page is here.


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