Selwyn Duke: What Would the World Be Without the West? – The Sentinel Report with Alex Newman

While it has become fashionable to find fault with Western civilization, a world without the West would not be a pleasant place for anyone accustomed to peace, prosperity, and personal liberty.

In this special episode of The Sentinel Report, Alex Newman is joined by Selwyn Duke who has written for The New American for more than a decade. He has also written for The Hill, Observer, The American Conservative, WorldNetDaily, American Thinker, and many other print and online publications. In addition, he has contributed to college textbooks and is a regular commenter on TV and radio programs.

Alex and Selwyn discuss what the world might look like without Christianity in the West and Judeo-Christian values; lies about history, climate, and slavery; plus, Biden Democrats spend millions to censor us on alternative media; and mounting evidence that the COVID injections should have been recalled by the FDA.

In the news, Alex covers:
–Billionaire George Soros hands control of empire to his son Alex. Son says he is “more political” than dad and will keep pumping money into leftist campaigns.

–Tyrese Gibson calls out Hollywood for “trying to normalize the devil.”

–Cartoon Network has a new show called “We Baby Bears,” featuring multiple non-binary characters who use demonic they/them pronouns.

–Biden White House Tweets video mocking Americans, claiming all the children belong to the collective and that the Biden administration will protect them from parents, communities, etc. Comments underneath the Tweet are precious. Check them out.

–4th grade children forced to lead pride celebrations at an elementary school in Charlottesville, Virginia.

–Middle school students revolt against mandatory pride celebrations, tearing down posters and stickers while chanting “My pronouns are USA.”

–Target’s market cap has fallen over $15.7 billion amid backlash to decisions surrounding LGBTQ Pride merchandise, as the stock dropped another 0.4% on Monday.

Target’s market value was over $74 billion before the Pride displays made national news, as tracked by Dow Jones Market Data Group. The retailer initially irked conservatives with Pride displays that featured items such as assorted children’s apparel and “tuck-friendly” women’s swimsuits, but some in the LGBTQ community also became outraged when the displays were dialed back ahead of Pride Month.

Shares fell to $126.48 when the market closed Monday after eclipsing $161 just last month. Three Wall Street firms have since downgraded the shares on concerns over slowing sales. Target shares are just shy of a 52-week low of $125.08.

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