Ain't Got the Spoons Edition

Episode 543,   Jul 13, 11:00 AM

In this week’s episode, The New York Times gets literal with FIT to prints definition, a federal court ruling brings back sincerely held Plessy v Ferguson, and David Icke will explain the importance of getting off his lawn.
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NYTimes sucks Uri Geller’s dick:
Ron DeSantis defends his bizarre anti-LGBTQ+ ad that made him a universal laughingstock:
Court rules making Amish people use a septic tank violates their religious freedom:
Methodists lose 1/5th of all their churches in LGBTQ acceptance-driven schism:
Michigan prisons ordered to allow faith group that believes in race separation:
Michigan school may close health center over “satanic” mural: