CBN NewsWatch AM: November 17, 2021

On Newswatch AM November 17th:

Loudon County, Virginia, school board agrees to a court decision preventing it from retaliating against Christian elementary school teacher Tanner Cross, who refused to use ‘preferred pronouns’ for transgender students, because he said it violated his religious beliefs; critics say the Steele dossier that led to the Russian collusion investigation into the Trump 2016 campaign was an effort to dupe the FBI, and the agency fell for it- and why more indictments may be coming; Republicans grill Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over the border immigration crisis; Isis claims responsibility for two suicide bombings in the capital city of Uganda Tuesday, which killed at least three; CBN’s Gary Lane brings a closer look at why Islamic groups are on the attack in Uganda, including against Christians; how the Texas “heartbeat” anti-abortion law is helping pro-life workers and crisis pregnancy centers; and how one boy – Adeola “Abraham” Olagbegi – used his “Make A Wish” to feed and help the homeless.

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