SERVICE DOG: If a service dog approaches you on its own, it might be asking urgently for help for its owner. “Don’t get scared or annoyed,” they say. “Follow the dog!”
DO NOT ENGAGE: The girl in this photo didn’t make the post or give permission to have strangers exploit her. This and other posts like it are scams posted by people looking to collect your information. Do not LIKE or SHARE or type AMEN or whatever else they try to guilt you into doing to prove you’re a good person.
WEINSTEIN: The cover up – “Ronan Farrow’s explosive account of the reporting that took down Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein reads like a John Grisham novel that is, at times, almost unbelievable. Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators details how Farrow … painstakingly secured the sources to expose Weinstein as a serial rapist and sexual abuser, only to find himself stymied at every turn by … a media coverup of the highest order. …
“Is it true that Hillary Clinton has, for years, systematically covered up for sexual predators like her husband? His alleged victims certainly say so. Are the assertions that her team was warned that Weinstein was a sexual predator and even a rapist over a decade ago true? Reliable witnesses say they are. As long as Hillary Clinton chooses to remain in the public eye, these are questions that deserve honest answers, and Farrow’s brutal book raises even more.”
Read the rest at the link below. The book is due to be released June 30, but is available now for pre-order at a fixed price from Amazon.
PUERTO RICO: Puerto Rico Governor Wanda Vázquez Garced has fired three people after a video showing aid sitting unused in a warehouse went viral on social media. Some of the aid has allegedly been sitting in the warehouse since Hurricane Maria struck in 2017.
THE SOUND OF ABORTION: [2:26} – This made me cry so hard, I feel sick to my stomach now.
ROE v WADE: ]2:59] – New York businessman and Hollywood personality Nick Loeb, has crossed the pro-life Rubicon and is now co-producing a film, Roe v. Wade, for the big screen. He plays Dr. Bernard Nathanson, the central character in the film.
“He’s the guy who came out later and admitted that they’d lied about everything,” says Loeb. “They lied about all the evidence, all the statistics, all the numbers that helped push their agenda. They made them up. It was fake news!”
Nathanson repudiated abortion after watching them via ultrasound. In an article in the leading medical journal in the US, the New England Journal of Medicine, he wrote, “There is no longer any serious doubt in my mind that human life exists within the womb from the very onset of pregnancy.”
Oscar-winning Jon Voight will appear as Chief Justice Warren E. Burger. Conservative actress and talk-show host Stacey Dash will appear as Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School and a strong pro-lifer.
The movie is due for release in the Northern Hemisphere later this year, but it’ll be a hard sell to get it into theaters. However, its $7 million ultra low budget and faith-friendly message means it could be a big money maker for investors. War Room spent $3 million, then earned $74 million; Unplanned spent $6 million, then earned $21 million.
Michael Cook’s exclusive interview with Nick Loeb is linked below.
SICKENING: [2:27] – Forty-four faculty members from a Catholic university in Canada have demanded the school apologize for allowing campus ministry to show the wildly successful pro-life film “Unplanned.”
LifeSiteNews inquired why a Catholic post-secondary institution associated with the diocese is not pro-life and does not follow Church teaching about the grave evil of abortion. The university did not respond.
NOVENA FOR LIFE: The U.S. bishops are encouraging American Catholics to pray a novena for life. You can sign up to receive a prayer intention and reflection for each day via text, app, or email. Sign up now. It starts tomorrow!
NATURE: A new study out of Denmark found that living near and spending time in nature is measurably better for your mental health, both short and long term.
After studying 900,000 Danes from 1985 to 2013, the researchers found that “children who grew up with the lowest levels of green space had up to 55% higher risk of developing a psychiatric disorder independent from effects of other known risk factors.”