Bongino Interrupts LIVE Show To Announce Tragic Personal News

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On his show, Dan Bongino broke the heartbreaking news of his mother’s untimely death in a poignant moment. He openly shared his meeting with a spiritual experience that had a tremendous impact on him with his audience, coinciding with the event.

“Folks, I’m going to end the show early today,” Bongino said, opening his heart and his show with intense emotions.  “I’m going to tell you what happened last night because I’m having a bit of a rough time, as you can tell. I’m going to try to get through this unexpectedly. She fell down a flight of stairs. And I found out at about 4:43 in the morning.”

Bongino, grappling with the shock and sorrow, reached out to his listeners, “For those of you who don’t believe in God, I’m not here to judge you…But I want to tell you something. I want to tell you in advance, I’m not crazy, o.k.?”

Bongino described the encounter as bizarre, saying, “Someone grabbed me.” like gave me a hug. Like a mom,” disclosing the profound spiritual nature of the meeting that took place around the time of his mother’s demise.


Bongino described the extent he tried to comprehend the embrace he experienced in his quest for a logical explanation, saying, “I’m telling you it was real.” I gave a real start. I know that seems absurd, but I was trying to find my pistol. I then began to search the house. For him, however, the experience’s reality could not be disputed.

“She called me Danny, the only one, no one else on planet Earth besides my mom. Calls me Danny, and now no one else does at all,” he reminisced. “As I sat this morning, in my own shower, hunched over, kind of crying a little bit, I’ve never believed more in the power of Jesus.”

Bongino concluded, “I’ll let you guys know about the show tomorrow…but obviously, I have to bury her, and my brothers and I, so we got some stuff to take care of.”

As an outspoken advocate for conservative principles, Bongino, a former Secret Service agent, has amassed a sizable following among conservative audiences. He has written multiple books about politics and his time in the Secret Service, and he has appeared as a commentator on a number of television networks.


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