Giordano: As A Catholic, It's Impossible To Look Past The Issue Of Life

Dom Giordano Program | September 25, 2020

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September 25, 2020 - 1:06 pm
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Sister Simone Campbell On Biden's Catholicism

Sister Simone Campbell, Executive Director of NETWORK and leader of Nuns on the Bus, returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss Catholicism in politics. Recently, Campbell appeared on NPR explaining her support for President Biden. Out of the gate, Giordano asks her about the issue of life and whether or not that gives her any reservations in her support for Biden. Campbell explains that there’s a much bigger picture at play here than a single issue.

Katrina Pierson and Kimberly Guilfoyle Check In From The Campaign Trail

Katrina Pierson, Senior Advisor to the Trump 2020 Campaign, returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss President Trump’s announcement of his Platinum Plan, which would further bolster Black Economic Empowerment in the country. The President has already achieved significant wins for the African American community including eliminating discriminatory mandatory minimums in the Biden-Clinton crime bill, revitalizing distressed communities with Opportunity Zones, and record low unemployment. Also, Kimberly Guilfoyle returns as she continues her bus tour, recently stopping in Montgomery County for a luncheon. Guilfoyle explains the negative implications of a Joe Biden economy for the local region, and also discusses the potential Supreme Court picks in the wake of the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

PA Rep. Martina White On Philadelphia GOP's Election Efforts

Representative Martina White, head of the Philadelphia GOP, checks back in for an update as to how she and her partners at the GOP plan to combat the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision on mail-in voting and drop box voting. Also, White discusses candidates in and around the city of Philadelphia who are taking on the radically left politicians of the city.