Eating Bugs because Cows are Bad?

Today on ChurchPublic, where we look at Current Events from a Christian Perspective:

We are encouraged to eat bugs because apparently we are all living through the reality tv show Survivor.

In a related story in the Netherlands, cows are emitting too much, um, well gas, so the farmers have to shut down their farms, but the farmers are not to happy about that.

Coming back to America, in Arizona, legislation has passed to limit the voters to registered citizens of America, which apparently is bad, so the United States Department of Justice is suing the state of Arizona to allow some of the 1.5 million illegal immigrants that have entered the southern border this year to vote in the Presidential election of 2024.

Finally, we have to talk about Eastasia Page, or Ellen Page, or Elliot Page, the name has changed so many times I can’t remember anymore. At any rate, an actress or actor who was a woman and is now allegedly a man has somehow convinced twitter and the mob to censor anyone who remembers anything about the past.

I’m Matt Odegaard and this is ChurchPublic

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