Steven Jacobs, Alveda King, Jeralee Smith, Kristen Jenson

Steven Jacobs
Alveda King
Jeralee Smith
Kristen Jenson
Tony Perkins

July 11, 2019

On the Thursday, July 11, 2019 edition of Washington Watch with Tony Perkins, we heard from:

  • Steven Jacobs, who completed a dissertation at the University of Chicago that proved most biologists believe life begins at conception, and who was awarded a Ph.D. only after five years of grueling attacks.
  • Alveda King, pro-life advocate, evangelist, and niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., on the founder of Black Entertainment Television, Robert Johnson, who was the first black billionaire and a lifelong Democrat, praising President Trump for creating a strong economy and criticizing the Democratic presidential contenders for being too radical.
  • Jeralee Smith, Founder of the National Educators Association (NEA) Ex-Gay Educators Caucus, on the NEA exposing young children to a risqué drag queen performance hosted at their annual conference.
  • Kristen Jenson, Founder of Protect Young Minds and author of “Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids,” on how parents can protect their children against pornography.

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