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S03E65 – Friday, May 14, 2021

On today’s podcast: FCC Commissioner blasts Democrat Complaint against Fox affiliate… The Million Dollar Vaccination scheme… And – a special announcement… — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dailyperspectivepodcast/support

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S03E65 - Friday, May 14, 2021
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SHOW NOTES: Thursday, April 16, 2020

Walmart Sold Enough Toilet Paper in 5 Days for Every American to Have a Roll
https://www.newsmax.com/us/walmart-toilet-paper-coronavirus-paper/2020/04/10/id/962398/

Nursing home doctor says he successfully treated 39 coronavirus patients with hydroxychloroquine
https://www.theblaze.com/news/nursing-home-doctor-says-he-successfully-treated-39-coronavirus-patients-with-hydroxychloroquine

Cuomo Boasts Of Low COVID Infections: ‘God Did Not Do That’
https://www.dailywire.com/news/cuomo-boasts-of-low-covid-infections-god-did-not-do-that
*Franklin Graham’s response is below

Trump Is Right to Dump the WHO
https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/trump-is-right-to-dump-the-who/

Franklin Graham’s response to Cuomo:

With the news of the infection rate of COVID-19 seeming to slow, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made a statement this week that gave me pause. “The number is down because we brought the number down,” he told reporters Monday. “God did not do that. Faith did not do that.” No doubt, the Governor has worked extremely hard, and so have many who are trying to get the state of New York through this crisis, including the heroes providing healthcare. We respect and thank the governor for his leadership in this very difficult time. He and other city leaders have been great to work with as Samaritan’s Purse deployed an emergency field hospital to Central Park to help with the overflow of patients suffering from the coronavirus. Our team has also worked long and hard to come alongside with quality medical care. But we always must be careful what we take credit for. Yes, we must be cautious and combat the spread, but make no mistake—God can help us. His power is as infinite as His love. Millions of Americans and millions of New Yorkers have prayed for New York and for an end to the spread of this virus. We continue to see answered prayer in our field hospital. Gov. Cuomo, I urge you—don’t dismiss the power of prayer and the ability of God to work in this crisis and in the ones we will face in the future. He is our hope, and we continue to pray for His mercy on our nation.

About the Author
With several decades of broadcast media experience, a decade of support roles in technology, and over sixty years of life experience, Mark Congleton brings his personal perspective to daily news stories.