One thing they have in common… it’s Islam

Kathy Barnette
Kathy Barnette

When Kathy overheard a woman speaking very loudly and negatively about Muslims, Trump, Cruz, and Republican political foolishness, she didn’t let it pass without responding with some facts.

The woman was adamant that anyone and everyone from Syria should be allowed entry to the U.S. and asserted that they could be vetted before entry. But Kathy pointed out that FBI Director James Comey has already said there’s no way to do that.

The woman tried to convince Kathy that Islam isn’t the problem. You can watch Kathy’s response here.

Don’t be silenced by political correctness. If you see something, or in this case, hear something… say something. If what someone is saying isn’t true, you need to speak up. This is how you share truth with anyone. Don’t allow others to keep spreading lies.

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Kathy Barnette
Kathy Barnette is an adjunct Professor of Corporate Finance and Economics, a conference speaker, and the radio host of It’s a New Day, heard on the Fox Affiliate radio station out of Philadelphia,1180am WFYL. She is also the host of Truth Exchange with Kathy Barnette, heard on WAAR radio (We Are America Radio). Her corporate career includes working with two major Wall Street firms and in corporate America. She served her country proudly for 10 years in the Armed Forces Reserves, where she was accepted into Officer Candidacy School. Kathy sat on the Board of a pregnancy crisis center for 5 years and is the Founder and President of Truth Exchange – a ministry that engages Minds to Think Critically about the world around them from a perspective of Truth, Logic, and History.

 

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