Season: 9 Episode: 149
Denying the truth has consequences, but so does speaking the truth. Which is easier? Rita Rogers understands the consequences for speaking the truth all too well. She is an ICU nurse and stood against the mainstream narrative we heard again and again over the last few years. She advocates for common sense, critical thinking, and why compromising the truth for comfort does not bring lasting peace. Rita talks about the price she paid for standing for truth, and why she doesn’t regreat a minute of it even though it wasn’t alwasy easy. She will encourage you to do the same.
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Rita is the owner of Rita Rogers Co., co-host of The Boom Clap Podcast. She uses these platforms to advocate for living counter culturally by way of critical thinking, purposeful living, and a deep understanding of foundational values. Rita takes on cultural norms such as health culture, current events and thought processes that may not be serving us well by getting us to ask questions, and apply common sense solutions. Her Christian faith plays the biggest role in how she approaches these issues… it is her faith that has given her the courage to stand even when the cost is great. She is a farm wife, mom to two little girls and spent 15+ years as a CVICU nurse before being let go by way of involuntary resignation in fall 2021.
How has the last couple of years changed the way you think and the way you see how most of society thinks?
Why do you believe your IG account blew up during Covid?
You’re really good a breaking down information and seeing the deceit in it. A lot of how we think is pushed by propaganda. Can you give some examples of 1. Whet that looks like in our everyday lives (media, entertainment) and 2. How to spot it?
You have become a fierce, no nonsense voice in this cultural moment. What emboldened you and what do you do on the days it’s hard?
You standing up for what’s right hasn’t come without it’s price. You were fired from your nursing job. How was that and what is God doing in your life since then?
I feel like during a crisis there are three types of people: those who run, those who bury their heads in the sand, and those who fight. What is the outcome of these 3 types of people?