Senator Al Franken resigned Today, over numerous allegations of sexual misconduct toward women dating back over dozens of years.
Sen. Al Franken says he’s been an advocate for women. That’s even as he resigns amid a torrent of sexual misconduct accusations.
The Minnesota Democrat says he’s used his position “to be a champion of women.” He says despite the allegations, “I know who I really am.”
Pity for Franken that the rest of the world now knows who he really is, too.
Minnesota’s Democratic governor says he expects to make a decision on Franken’s replacement in the next couple of days. Whomever he names will serve until a special election next November to complete the remainder of Franken’s six-year term through 2020.
Also on today’s show, we’ll talk with Michael Cutler, 30-year INS special agent, about Monday’s landmark decision by the Supreme Court allowing full enforcement of President Trump’s so-called travel-ban on Muslim immigrants from six nations identified as hot-bed breeding-grounds for Islamic terrorism.
Then join us in hour 2 as we catch up with one of our good friends, David Oliver of the great state of Texas. David is a proud conservative, who was part of a radio show called “Blacks on the Right”. His perspective on current events is sure to be enlightening and crammed with common-sense ideas and solutions to the ills of the modern culture.
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