Guest: Carl Teichrib. United Nations Seventy-Five Years And Beyond Conference Steps Up Calls For Globalism. Before Brannon discussed this topic with his guest Brannon spoke about the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Fox News hosts and guests could not contain themselves from praising Ginsburg and her service to America. While we take no joy in her passing, Brannon reminds us of Ginburg’s extreme, radical worldview including working for a communist front group started by communist Roger Baldwin, founder of the American Civil Liberties Union or ACLU. Brannon reminds the audience that in 1977 Ginsburg argued on behalf of the ACLU to lower the sex age limit to age 12. Brannon then reads from a 2005 article by his friend the late Phyllis Schlafly as she details the long and anti-American and anti-family worldview of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Topic: Carl Teichrib has been live-streaming the United Nation’s conference as it celebrates its 75 years and calls for using the Covid-19 crisis for the advancement of globalism. Carl discusses the open spirituality behind the conference and what is clearly the building of a Babylonian religious system as described in Revelation 17 and 18 that started in Genesis 10 and 11. Topic: Carl explains why the UN is relying so heavily on the youth of the world to push globalism. Topic: Brannon plays a song from a concert hosted by the United Nations. The song is sung by a group of young people and discuss wearing masks because of Covid-19 and how they are working for the new world order. They are actually singing about the new world order. Topic: We take your calls.