Podcast: Nobody Better Say $ix Per¢ent

On today’s episode, JD talks about the $ix Per¢ent figure that is getting people banned and censored all over social media for quoting the CDC. What are the Technocrats so afraid of? He ties this in to Dr. MacArthur’s citation of the figure on Sunday and the rebuke sent to him by Ed Stetzer. Then, he discusses James White’s lecture about not using the figure to people “spreading that” factual truth. Then, JD goes on to discuss masks at church, Oneness Theology, and reads a testimony from a female black listener about how PNP has helped her declare theological independence from leftists.

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