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PNN w/Jeanine Molloff - Florida law lets MD's deny care. Mo. AG & SOROS.

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This week, Florida Governor Ron DEATHSantis signed off on a new law which grants doctors, nurses, EMT's, pharmacists, and insurers the right to deny treatment based on religious or 'ethical' beliefs. This applies in life threatening situations as well. Essentially, if a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, EMT or insurance company disapproves of anyone's lifestyle, they are now legally permitted to DENY treatment with impunity. The fact that professional licensures such as an MD or an RN are earned privileges and not constritutional rights escapes DeSantis, even with his Ivy League law degree. I will discuss this vile law in detail and suggest some strategies to fight this state sanctioned discrimination. That is our big story. 

I will also discuss the not so subtle use of an antisemitic trope by the newly installed, Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey. Mr. Bailey retweeted this trope on HIS OWN twitter page. Mr. Bailey has systemically attacked the civil rights of citizens who are trans, in addition to furthering the cause of book bans. Ironically, Mr. Bailey joined a group of other state level attorney generals to accuse the Biden admn. of 'religious discrimination' against HIS OWN religion--Catholicism. Apparently Bailey has no such concerns with attacks on Jews. His hypocrisy and privilege is beyond vile. 

And, our new feature, "My Little Margie" will air again! This week Margie gets into a fight with Congressman Jamal Bowman and makes sure to use the same type of language that brought on the lynch mob. Apparently, Margie is confused by the way Congressman Bowman uses so many big words!

And we will have our 'Jackass of the Week Award."

Come join me.


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