September 17, 2018

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Supreme Accusation

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SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh is set to refute an accusation of a sexual assault that allegedly occurred when he was in highschool in the early 1980s. Kavanaugh’s accuser, now a professor and donor to the DNC, said she thought Kavanaugh was going to “inadvertently” kill her. Also, the death toll of Hurricane Florence reached 16 and worse flooding is predicted as multiple rivers are filling past the bursting point. Joining today’s show is Attorney-at-Law Tyler Nixondiscussing the left’s assault on the liberty of all Americans. Start your week informed. Call and tune in now!

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