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.
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.
Guest host Abraham Hamilton III briefly discusses the absurdity of the charges against President Trump and 18 others by Fulton County Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis. Then he gives his thoughts and analysis of the first GOP presidential debate and President Trumps interview with Tucker Carlson.
The CEO of DigiBuild, Robert Salvador, and Liz Wheeler join Jenna in previewing the first GOP presidential debate taking place Wednesday evening on Fox News.
Retired Vanderbilt professor Dr. Carol Swain talks about her new book, The Adversity of Diversity. Then V.P. of NetChoice, Carl Szabo discusses the weaponization of government. Lastly, author, speaker, and activist John Amanchukwu talks about his partnership with Turning Point USA Faith to expose the lies that blacks are being fed to them by the left.
Texas Congressman Chip Roy joins the program to discuss his support for Ron DeSantis. Then Ben Ziesloft of The Republic Sentinel and pro-life activist Lizzie Marbach talk about her being fired from Right to Life Ohio and why pro-life organizations have trouble calling abortion what it is, murder.
Riley Gaines On Her Experience With Transgender Athlete and Tom Ascol On Christian Persecution And Trials
Harry Sherer of the American Conservative stops by to discuss RFK Jr. and James O'Keefe discusses Best Buy's training and the bias it contains.
Former Texas State Senator Don Huffines analyzes the struggle between Texas and the Biden administration to secure the southern border. Then Nicholas Giordano of Campus reform discusses his op-ed "America's schools are becoming training grounds for climate change activists." Then in the final segment Jenna gives her thoughts on the book by Rhenn Cherry, "Enneagram Theology, Is it Christian?"
Former Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard gives a report on the fires in Maui. Ben Ziesloft of the Daily Wire and Matthew Peterson of the Blaze stop by to talk about standing up for Christ in America.
Today News Africa correspondent Simon Ateba joins the program to discuss losing his White House press pass and Seth Talbott shares his eyewitness account of the Maui wildfires.
Fashion and Your Worldview with Necktie Salvage
We start the program with Bob Vander Plaats of The Family Leader analyzing their recent summit in Iowa where Tucker Carlson interviewed many of the GOP Presidential candidates. We are then joined by Steve Deace of the Steve Deace Show on The Blaze to examine the politics of pro-life and what our strategy should be moving forward. Lastly, Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan drops by to talk about the FBI spying on pro-life Catholic parishes.
Senior advisor to the DeSantis campaign and Republican pollster Ryan Tyson talks about the DeSantis campaigns plan going forward. Christian Lasval of The Heritage Foundation reports on the continuing issues with big tech and free speech. Finally, Executive V.P. of National Taxpayers Union Brandon Arnold gives his thoughts on Bidenomics.
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey joins the program to discuss the importance of protecting our right to free speech. Then Dustin Carmack of Team DeSantis talks about Gov. DeSantis stand against abortion and for the rights of the unborn. Lastly, Taylor Rhodes of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners reviews their recent win in court challenging recent gun control regulations in Colorado.
AZ AG Election Challenge With Abe Hamadeh, Education News With Corey DeAngelis, and Tim Todd Discusses Truth For Youth Bible Week
PETA goes Biblical and rewrites the book of Genesis, Neil deGrasse Tyson says gender is a spectrum and Jenna breaks down the U.S. Constitution.
Conservative activist Luke Macias joins the program to discuss the impeachment of Texas AG Ken Paxton. Jenna talks about the Florida Tourism Board discontinuing DEI policies and Rep. Bob Good of Virginia gives his thoughts on the Trump indictments and a possible impeachment inquiry into President Biden.