Facebook Steps Up Censorship, Now Blocking Groups From Creating, Hosting Events Through Inauguration Day
Big Tech company Facebook is now blocking out events that will be held near the nation's Capitol and the White House in the run up to inauguration day. A recent study reveals that pastors are now more hesitant to cover topics on racial reconciliation than in 2016. In just a few more days, President Trump will leave the Oval Office and will pass the baton to Joe Biden. Despite Trump's promises of a peaceful transfer of power, however, the people working for inauguration day are working to make sure they have everything under control. After two Christian womens got raped and killed, Christians in Pakistan cried out for justice and expressed their grief saying "we are worried and in pain." In spite of the COVID 19 pandemic, more Christians continue to suffer violence because of their faith.
Turkish Authorities Stopped Investigations Regarding The Kidnapping Of Elderly Christians, Report Says
The family of an abducted elderly Christian couple seeks help as the Turkish authorities stopped the investigation over the kidnapping. The PBS lawyer caught in a secret video inciting violence against Trump supporters got fired, a report says. Faithlife reveals that the most popular songs and sermons in church this 2020 has the theme centered around hope and comfort, a report said. Beating out news, commentary, and other mainstream podcasts, The "Bible in a Year" podcast has taken the top spot in Apple's All Podcast List to start the year. Georgia's newly-elected Representative Marjorie Taylor-Greene has announced that she will file an impeachment case for former Vice President Joseph Biden a day after his inauguration on the account of abuse of power, a report says. Vice President Mike Pence misunderstood the need to ratify the electoral votes requested of him by President Donald Trump last Jan. 6, according to constitutional lawyer and former Chapman University School of Law professor John Eastman. Franklin Graham had some strong words for the 10 U.S. House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump on Wednesday. A report reveals that Open Doors, an organization that supports and aids persecuted Christians worldwide, has some "secret workers" discreetly working to help believers in dangerous places such as North Korea. North Dakota is looking at using legislation to prevent abortions from being carried out in the state, and consider it a felony to do such a procedure, reports say. New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, more known as AOC, shared that some members of the Congress feel that there is a need to "rein in" media sources supportive of President Donald Trump.