Jenna Ellis in the Morning aims to provide valuable commentary on the issues of our day and to do so from both a biblical and constitutional perspective. Jenna Ellis is an attorney and served as the senior legal adviser and personal counsel to the 45th president of the United States. She is the chairwoman of the Election Integrity Alliance, special counsel for the Thomas More Society, and an allied attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom. She is a Newsmax and Epoch Times contributor and host of The Jenna Ellis Show podcast. She is also the author of The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution. A Colorado native and evangelical Christian, Jenna was previously an assistant professor at Colorado Christian University, teaching legal studies and coaching the moot court and debate programs. She currently teaches at Summit Ministries and is a fellow with the Centennial Institute. She holds a B.A. in technical journalism from Colorado State University and a J.D. from the University of Richmond School of Law. Follow her on social media @JennaEllisEsq.
Dr. Bill Roach of Veritas International University discusses Christian Nationalism.
Rep. Tom Tiffany from Wisconsin talks about the Attorney General's unwillingness to answer any questions in a House Judiciary Committee hearing yesterday. Best-selling author Will Witt joins the program to discuss his new book, "Do Not Comply: Taking Power Back from America's Corrupt Elite." Then HSLDA attorney Kevin Boden gives an update on home schooling and the efforts of the HSLDA to keep a German family in the United States so they can home school their children.
Representative Chip Roy talks budget negotiations and whether we are headed for a government shutdown. Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life discusses the political debate around abortion and where he believes President Trump fits into that conversation. Lastly, Mike Davis of The Federalist Society talks about the need to repeal the FACE Act and address the weaponization of the justice department and the federal government.
O.W. Root drops by to discuss Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer dropping the dress code for the senate. Pro-Life advocate Abby Johnson reminds us that life is the most important issue when deciding how to vote. And finally, Nicholas Giordano of Campus Reform shares his views on the U.S. Constitution and the importance of it being taught in our educational institutions.
American Family News reporter Chris Woodward stops by to discuss the straw poll results from the Pray Vote Stand Summit in Washington, D.C. over the weekend as well as comments President Trump made on NBC's Meet The Press regarding states passing of heartbeat bills being a mistake. Then Texas State Representative Brian Harrison talks about the acquittal of Texas Attorney General Paxon and the need for change in the Texas House of Representatives. In the last segment of the program Jenna talks about Representative Boebert being thrown out of a Colorado theatre for rude and crude behavior.
More Impeachment Discussion With Rep. Mike Collins and Weaponized Attack On Right With Hogan Gidley
Brian Festa of We The Patriots USA talks about the courts temporarily blocking the New Mexico Governor's gun ban. Steve Deace of BlazeTV gives his thoughts on the Trump campaign strategy in Iowa and Rep. Mike Johnson discusses the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.
Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan and Tho Bishop of the Mises Institute join the program to discuss Speaker McCarthy launching an impeachment inquiry into the actions of President Joe Biden. Then Joel Rosenberg of All Israel News shares his thoughts on the policies that presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has expressed.
Robby Starbuck talks parental rights, Jake Denton of the Heritage Foundation discusses AI and tech regulation, and Ryan Helfenbein of Liberty University gives his thoughts on Christian nationalism.
Jenna begins by remembering 9/11 and how it changed our country, and then talks about the New Mexico Governor declaring an emergency and suspending the second amendment right to carry a firearm. Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey joins the program to talk about his victory against the Biden administration for their pressuring social media to censor posts. Then in the final segment Bridget Ziegler, Director of Leadership Institute's School Board Programs, talks the return of mask mandates.
The Solution for America’s Weaponized Institutions With Lord Conrad Black
Luke Macias, Director of the Defend Texas Liberty PAC, joins the program to discuss the Ken Paxon impeachment and the Peter Navarro contempt trial. Then Auron Macintyre of the Blaze talks with Jenna about Elon Musk's battle with the Anti-Defamation League. Jenna also covers the possible Hunter Biden indictment, Texas Governor Greg Abbott promising to appeal the court order to remove the border buoys, the move to bar Trump from ballots in several states and Coach Kennedy resigning after only one game back on the sidelines.
Katy Faust joins the program to talk about gender confusion, puberty blockers and parental rights. Allen Mashburn, candidate for North Carolina Lt. Governor, addresses sentencing of January 6 defendants and the GOP working against some of their own grassroots candidates. And Christian Lasval of The Heritage Foundation discusses the Anti-Defamation League going after X, the social media platform formerly called Twitter.
Guest Host John Amanchukwu is joined by Bishop Patrick Wooden Sr. to discuss a Biblical perspective.
Mike Davis Of Article III Project Discusses Lawfare
Brian Darling of Liberty Government Affairs talks about the criminalization of political speech and lawyering. Matt Renaldi from the Republican party of Texas gives his insights into the impeachment of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. And in our final segment Ja'Ron Smith, formerly of the Trump administration, discusses how the indictments and mugshot of President Trump have helped bring him support from minority communities. (NOTE: There were technical issues with Jenna's audio in segment 1 but those issues were corrected during the break and audio was good for segments 2 & 3 of the program.)
Florida Chief Financial Officer Jim Patronis joins the program to give an update on hurricane Idalia and the preparation being put in place to protect and assist the affected areas. Then Jim Pfaff, a GOP consultant, stops by to discuss the situation in Colorado where a student was removed from a classroom for displaying the "Don't Tread On Me" Gadsden flag. Lastly, Frank Pavone of Priests for Life discusses comments made recently by the Pope about American's replacing faith with ideology and the challenge that presents.
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey joins the program to talk about the law passed in Missouri that bans puberty blockers and gender transitioning surgeries for minors. Then Carl Szabo, V.P. of NetChoice, gives us a look at how A.I. is being used and what we can expect moving forward. Lastly we play a clip of a teen Vivek Ramaswamy asking Al Sharpton whether he should vote for someone with limited political experience and how that same question might apply to his candidacy.
Josh Hammer, senior editor-at-large for Newsweek joined the program to discuss the Georgia indictments, the first republican presidential debate and the upcoming campaign season.
Guest host Fred Jackson discusses Trump's arrest and mugshot then Tiffany Justice, co-founder of Mom's for Liberty, talks parental rights.