Todd Stern, Bonnie Franklin, Valerie Bertinelli discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

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Hello, everybody. Welcome to the Todd stern's radio program, so great to have you with us. Today hope you're doing well. By the way, our website, Todd stern's dot com, bookmark that. And if you haven't been on the page before, a little box will pop up, asking if you want to receive notifications when we have new stories. I would check mark that yes, so you'll be able to have immediate access to all of the great stories. Are you a big Food Network show person? Do you like the Food Network shows? Well, growing up, my mom would watch like Rachael Ray and Paula Deen, that kind of that crew. That was really a rhetorical question for the audience. But I'm glad you're way down. Thank you for that. I'm sorry you were looking at me sometimes. I think you're up. I told you I had my reading glasses on. I can't see anybody. Sorry. So no, well, not that you got your microphone on. This is gonna be one of those hours. So grace, there is a show so Valerie Bert nelli. Now she's got a show on. She was married to what Eddie Van Halen. Back in the day. Yes, I'm talking. Sure. Yes, I guess so. I don't know her very well, but sure, I'll take your word. So anyway, she was on this show back in the 70s that was quite scandalous. It was a comedy called one food? No. About divorce. And Bonnie Franklin was called one day at a time, and they've done a remake of it. They've kind of done a revival of it. But now I think the girls are lesbians or something. And they're Hispanic. Of course. So anyone keep it interesting. You gotta just cram it down the throat. Cram it down the throat. One day at a time, Bonnie Franklin, and it was really sort of scandalous. It just didn't have any TV shows about a divorced woman trying to make it on her own. And anyway, Valerie Bertinelli was one of the daughters. So now she has a show on the Food Network. And I remember seeing this a timer, I was all right. I think she was also on this show with a Betty White. Over at TV Land. Just a couple of years ago. Anyway, you clearly don't know who Valerie Bertinelli. Sorry. So she's got this show on the Food Network and she's very upset with you America. I just want you to know that straight up as she's very upset. And I tried reaching out to her, but apparently she blocked me. A long time. I don't know why, but she blocked me. So and this has been apparently a long time ago because I was trying to find her tweets a lot. Why can't I find her tweets and assure enough that that was the reason why? Anyway, she's got a problem with Americans and Christians. And this all stems from the Supreme Court ruling that New Yorkers actually have Second Amendment rights. So anyway, she's posting a series of messages and she's doubling down on it. She says, by the way, apparently her only discernible skill set is boiling an egg. I mean, that's pretty much it. And she got married to Eddie Van Halen, but now she's divorced. And she's, again, I was able to follow the Twitter feed, but I'm blocked, so I had to log out and then log into or just log in under the kwam. Twitter feed. And I was able to see it. But apparently, she's eating a lot of food to kind of make her way through the divorce. It's not a pretty picture. That's not it. That's never a good round. No, and she's explaining all of this. She says she's getting into her comfort body. Which clearly involves stretchy peens. Miss bertinelli announced that America is not the greatest country in the world. And again, she's upset over the gun control issue. And she says the majority of Americans want stricter gun laws and more access to healthcare. Is that true? Let me tell you, I really, now that she said we're not the greatest country in the world then. That's it. That's the gospel there. The minority of white Christian nationalist run our country and are not Christian in any sense of the word. We are not the greatest country in the world, so she's doubling down on this now. And again, I tried to respond to her. I tried to reach out because I felt like that was the, you know, the white Christian nationalist thing to do. And she blocked me. Sorry. So look, here's the deal. I'm not an unreasonable person, grace baker, and you know that. I have a compassionate side. But I'm a compassionate person. And if miss Valerie Bertinelli is not proud to be an American if she's unhappy if she's uncomfortable with people engaging in their civil liberties, then I think we need to find her some other place to live. Sounds like a good idea. And I'm recommending, you know, because she loves the kitchen, right? And I think that what we ought to do is help her pack her skillets and her little apron, her little frilly apron. And we need to get her a one way ticket to Saudi Arabia. There you go. Because the women know their place is in the kitchen. In Saudi Arabia. And only the kitchen. That's all I'm saying. Oh, who was it the Green Day guy? He's all upset. Good old Green Day. We were gonna, we were gonna play the audio, but it was so profane. But this guy is, so one of those singers see the lead singer for Green Day and he's saying that he's renouncing his citizenship. And he's very upset. He's leaving the country, and he's going to London. He's going to the UK. Tally Ho, buddy. Yeah, look, don't let the door hit you where the good lord split you. That's what I say. Maybe Valerie needs to hitch a ride with him. Maybe, I just, you know, the great thing about this, I mean, it's wonderful the Supreme Court rulings on God guns and babies. But the added bonus is that most of Hollywood is getting ready to leave the country. What a wonderful day. God bless America. That's what I say. God bless America. 8 four four 747 88 68. Let's go to the phones here. Michael in North Carolina,.

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