Harris Faulkner recounts being kicked out of restaurant for praying, urges Christians to stand their ground

In an unapologetic monologue tied to her Christianity, Fox News host Harris Faulkner spoke to “living by your values” despite claims to have faced consequences for public displays of faith.

(Video: Fox News)

While the network continued to cycle through its stable of talent to temporarily fill the void left after pulling former primetime host Tucker Carlson off the air, Faulkner took a turn hosting “Fox News Tonight” where she took a blowtorch to the secular corporatism and the religion of woke.

During her monologue, the author of “Faith Still Moves Mountains: Miraculous Stories of the Healing Power of Prayer,” contended, “The devil has gotten into some people,” as she decried cancel culture and the complicity that has allowed the “triggered” to allow what is or is not permitted in society. Pushing back on that, Faulkner argued “For those of us who believe, we must be bold in our faith right now,” even if it gets you kicked out of a restaurant.

“When you gather in public space, pray thankfully over your food even when the server gives you the stink eye or tells the manager that your peaceful grace is triggering them,” she said. “Had it happen to me. I’ve been asked to leave a restaurant for openly bowing my head in prayer hands. In America. It’s all good. They don’t deserve my money anyway.”

“Corporations are learning this the hard way as they choose some odd course of D, E and I public relations — make that choice over the people who actually keep the lights on,” she continued.

Naturally, the believe-all-women crowd immediately pushed back on Harris’ claims and demanded receipts from her proving the sorts of attacks against Christians readily witnessed in honoring anti-Catholic groups at Major League ballparks or, worse yet, at The Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee.

The same tolerant left refer to girls uncomfortable having men with mental disorders undress in front of them as bigots, and the Fox News host spoke to that as well as she noted Elon Musk’s Twitter purchase to end “the quieting” independents and conservatives have “suffered in social media.”

“The Lord has determined I am a woman. And my pronouns are U.S.A. Our nation’s soul is at stake,” Faulkner expressed. “And we really only have a couple of choices — three, really: We can be bad at protecting the greatest nation on the Earth; we can be average at protecting the greatest nation on the Earth; or we can be elite at protecting the greatest nation on Earth. We know who we are. And we know whose we are.”

Imploring the audience, she said, “My faith determines my values. And I hope you are living by your values and what brings you…joy, peace and love.”

The host also noted, “And I believe people can love who they want. Be free, be happy. Just don’t force me to bend to your will and your belief systems because you feel a certain way.”

“Enough is enough. So when biological men begin to share small restrooms and work spaces with women, just remember it won’t be because anyone asked us actual women if we are okay with it. It’s going to happen everywhere,” she stated.

“I know this,” Faulkner concluded to her point, “my spiritual weapon is the impenetrable power of being in a relationship with a loving God. And if we go unapologetically forward by doing right and being excellent, God will put us back together right in front of the people who broke us.”


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