Executive Editor
Stephen Flurry
Tomorrow’s News Today
Executive Editor
Stephen Flurry
Tomorrow’s News Today
Aired: May 27 • Trumpet Daily
The Fauci Virus

00:30 Wuhan Lab Cover-up (17 minutes)

President Donald Trump was right again. The “conspiracy theory” about the origins of COVID-19 was that it leaked from the virology lab in Wuhan, China. When President Trump and his administration revealed this truth in April 2020, the propaganda media said it was a deranged and dangerous conspiracy theory. Now that Trump is out of office, the propagandists are quietly admitting he was right. Yet another story that perfectly illustrates the Trump Derangement Syndrome the media have been trapped in since 2015.

18:00 Funding the Wuhan Lab (23 minutes)

Why did the United States ever need to fund a Chinese laboratory to research coronaviruses? Why would Dr. Anthony Fauci’s taxpayer-funded institute ever need to send grants to a laboratory in China? China is America’s biggest competitor. It can’t fund its own research? And then the Fauci flip-flops—there is no end. First he insists that the Wuhan lab was never funded by U.S. taxpayers. Now he admits it. But he says America had to fund them because that’s where the bats are that carry the viruses. Fauci also says that he trusted the Communist Party in China to use the money America provided to study diseases, but certainly not for dangerous gain-of-function experiments.

41:00 Bible Study: A Way of Life (14 minutes)

A lot of people in America consider themselves to be Christian, but many of them admit they do not live according to the teachings of the Bible. In this segment, I explain why true Christianity is a way of life. God intended for the Bible to guide all that we do!

58:30 Voter Fraud Updates (14 minutes)

Democrats are calling for a national takeover of state election procedures now that more states and cities are starting forensic audits of the 2020 presidential election. Only those with something to hide would fear such an audit. How close are we to finding the real results of the 2020 election?

01:12:00 This Is What Defunding the Police Looks Like (6 minutes)

Dozens of gunshots rang out behind reporters on Tuesday as they commented on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death at a square named after him in Minneapolis. This is what an autonomous zone with no police looks like. America’s cities are turning into war zones.

01:18:40 Dr. Eilat Mazar (5 minutes)

The Times of Israel wrote that the late Eilat Mazar was a “fearless” archaeologist. The Times also mentions Dr. Mazar’s relationship with the Trumpet magazine and its founder, Herbert W. Armstrong.

The Trumpet Daily proves the Bible’s relevancy to your life. Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry hosts a show covering wide-ranging topics with an emphasis on world news. The Trumpet Daily airs live weekdays at 11 a.m. Central Time. You can watch the live video stream at theTrumpet.com/live. The show is available on your favorite podcast apps.
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Stephen Flurry is executive editor of the Philadelphia Trumpet newsmagazine and president of Herbert W. Armstrong College in Edmond, Oklahoma.
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The Trumpet Daily proves the Bible’s relevancy to your life. Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry hosts a show covering wide-ranging topics with an emphasis on world news. The Trumpet Daily airs live weekdays at 11 a.m. Central Time. You can watch the live video stream at theTrumpet.com/live. The show is available on your favorite podcast apps.
  • Edmond, OK - 11 a.m. CT on 101.3 KPCG FM
  • Phoenix, AZ - Sundays at 11 a.m. AZ on 1100 KFNX AM
  • Nationwide - 11 a.m. CT on CRN 3 Digital Radio
  • Nationwide - Online at theTrumpet.com/live
About Stephen Flurry
Stephen Flurry is executive editor of the Philadelphia Trumpet newsmagazine and president of Herbert W. Armstrong College in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Personal Appearances
Register To Attend
Book Club
Visit My Book Club