Citigroup, Chase, Blue Cross, & Marriott stop funding Republicans, Gab, alternate social media website, skyrocketing signups, Dershowitz: Senate has no time to have second impeachment trial

It’s Tuesday, January 12th, A.D. 2021. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at  I’m Adam McManus. (

By Kevin Swanson

Democrats prepare to impeach Trump again

This week, tremendous political turmoil continues to rock the United States of America.

The U.S. House Democrats are planning to bring articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump tomorrow (Wednesday) morning at 9 AM Eastern Time.

The stated charge is that Mr. Trump “engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors by inciting violence against the Government of the United States.” The charges point out that the president exhorted the crowd last Wednesday to “fight like [expletive]” or “you’re not going to have a country anymore.”

Facebook and Instagram join Twitter and ban Trump

If you try visiting the Real Donald Trump Twitter account, you can’t get there today. The president has also been banned from Facebook and Instagram.

Joe Toscano, one of the key contributors to the blockbuster documentary, The Social Dilemmatold Fox News this may be the beginning of a downfall for the Big Tech giants.

Gab, alternate social media website, skyrocketing signups

Alternate social media sites like Gab are reporting huge increases in participants.

Gab reported 10,000 new users an hour following last Wednesday’s events. The site describes itself as a “social network that champions free speech, individual liberty, and the new free flow of information online.”

Citigroup, Chase, Blue Cross, & Marriott stop funding Republicans

And now, big banking is joining up with the ban on conservative Republicans.

Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase are halting PAC donations. Plus, Blue Cross and Marriott are axing funding for the Republican Senators and Congressmen who objected to the electoral college vote, reports the Wall Street Journal.

Dershowitz:  Senate has no time to have second impeachment trial

Constitutional attorney Alan Dershowitz is warning legislators against any attempt to impeach the president, as the case could not be brought to trial until after Trump leaves office.

Listen to what the attorney said on Fox News Sunday morning.

DERSHOWITZ: “It will not go to trial. All the Democrats can do is impeach the president in the House of Representatives. For that, all you need is a majority vote. You don’t have to take evidence. There are no lawyers involved.

“But the case cannot come to trial in the Senate because the Senate has rules.  And the rules would not allow the case to come to trial until 1pm on January 20, an hour after President Trump leaves office. Congress has no power to impeach or try a private citizen, whether it be a private citizen named Donald Trump or named Barack Obama or anyone else.”

Politico said that there is no legal case against the president as his speech at the rally last week is protected by the First Amendment.

Al Mohler stands by his Trump vote, saddened by Capitol violence

Meanwhile, Southern Baptist Seminary President Al Mohler expressed no regrets for voting for Donald Trump in the 2020 election.

He told the Houston Chronicle that there were “Very clear policy gains during the Trump administration.” But, Mohler said, “I did not vote on November the third believing and expecting that what would happen today would happen. I am genuinely shocked and horrified by the developments that have unfolded today,” speaking of the riots last Wednesday.

Buchanan: Storming of Capitol Hill will split GOP

Conservative pundit Pat Buchanan called these “the worst of days for Trumpites,” and he wrote, “undeniably, the events of Wednesday are going to split the Republican Party.”

Jeremiah 50 speaks of the collapse of proud nations. Listen.

“Behold, I am against you,

O most haughty one!” says te Lord God of hosts;

“For your day has come,

The time that I will punish you.

The most proud shall stumble and fall,

And no one will raise him up;

I will kindle a fire in his cities,

And it will devour all around him.”

Persecution of Christians likely to increase in 2021

What will persecution look like in 2021 for Christians around the world?   2020 was bad, and it looks like 2021 will only get worse.  Martyrdoms and persecution of Christians in Nigeria, Africa and India increased significantly last year.

The Worldview spoke to William Stark of International Christian Concern about projections for persecution of Christians in 2021.

STARK: “It looks like persecution is going to continue or continue to escalate in a lot of the countries we’re already working in.  I think we’ll definitely see ongoing persecution in Nigeria, if not an increase of persecution in Nigeria especially at the hands of Boko Haram.  The end of 2020 we saw quite a few Boko Haram attacks, some of them making some pretty significant headlines in the media.

“We here at ICC are really concerned that we’re going to see more of that in 2021, which is ultimately going to mean more persecution for the Christians in Nigeria.”

Psalm 37:32,40 says, “The wicked watches the righteous, and seeks to slay him. The Lord will not leave him in His hand. … And the Lord shall help them and deliver them; He shall deliver them from the wicked.”

Biden’s Sec of Education thinks charter school are “viable option”

President-elect Joe Biden has appointed Miguel Cordova, the Director of the Connecticut State Department of Education as his Secretary of Education.  

Cordova has called charter schools a “viable option,” and appears something of a moderate.

CA Gov: Citizens restricted from traveling 120 miles from home

New executive orders from the Democrat California Governor Gavin Newsome related to COVID-19, are now restricting Californians from traveling more than 120 miles from their homes.

And as of December 30th, the California Commissioner of Insurance is requiring insurance companies to cover expenses for sex change surgeries of children, regardless of age.

22,000 U.S. deaths from COVID in single week

The mainstream media is reporting 22,000 U.S. deaths from COVID-19 in a single week, and 375,000 deaths since last March.

Arizona, Rhode Island, and West Virginia registered the highest death rates per 1,000 residents.

Guinness World Record: Man swims 663 feet underwater with fins

And finally, for the record books, Danish freediver Stig Severinsen  swam a full 663 feet underwater (using swim fins).

The Guinness Book of World Records confirmed the swim on November 26, in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico.


And that’s The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Tuesday, January 12th, in the year of our Lord 2021.  Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I’m Adam McManus ( Seize the day for Jesus Christ.