He made this call during the Sept. 28 episode of "America Unhinged" on Brighteon.TV. Diamond lamented how the church nowadays no longer teaches God's law, ever since the separation of Church and State was introduced in the United States. Many American Christians, he said, could not even list the 10 Commandments – leading to a nation that has gone astray from the Lord.
"We were supposed to be the head and not the tail, and that does not just mean head of the Church. We're supposed to be the head of everything – the media, schools, all of it. Otherwise, the children of the Devil will go get a hold of it. They will lie, twist and slander, and the media will become nothing more than propaganda."
"We are supposed to be the truth providers. We are supposed to be the ones out there," Diamond stressed.
The "America Unhinged" host was joined in the program by Conservative Television of America (CTVA) CEO Claude Mancuso. Prior to his guesting on Diamond's program, Mancuso appeared in an episode of "Let's Talk America" with Dr. Alan Keyes.
"Conservative media [outlets] are outnumbered today by the Left-leaning MSM," said the CTVA website. "The over 100 million conservatives in America are looking for new choices to get the facts and views they can trust. The timing is now as Big Tech is determined to silence conservatives."
Mancuso shared that he initially planned to launch CTVA in South Florida, but decided to move to Georgia because it was an important battleground state.
Mancuso shares ambitious plans for CTVA
The CTVA executive told Diamond that the first phase of CTVA was to gather valuable content from conservatives who want to get the truth to others. This first phase was a success, with Mancuso sharing that the channel now has more than 25 different programs with eight hours of new content every day.
Moreover, CTVA has also produced its own content such as "Timeline with Terry" hosted by Terry Gilberg.
The second phase of the project – digital television – was launched recently. Mancuso said CTVA already has four digital TV stations in the Peach State: Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta and Macon. But he clarified that the channel will not only be seen on digital TV, but also on old-school analog TV.
According to Mancuso, this is just the first step of their second phase. The ultimate goal, he said, is to make CTVA available and independent of any party that can shut the channel down. Going digital also enables the channel to directly reach every state and city in America.
Aside from Georgia, CTVA also plans to launch in Florida.
Mancuso also told Diamond that he is going to focus on Arizona next – so that CTVA will have at least three states broadcasting their channel before the November 2022 midterm elections.