In the third hour of the show, Pete continues to react to the Supreme Court hearings regarding the Mississippi Abortion case. 

In the first hour of the show, Vince talks about the debate in the Supreme Court about the legality and future of abortions in the United States.

US Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joins Bo Thompson with his perspective on the new Covid-19 variant Omicron, President Biden's response to Omicron, Vice President Kamala Harris and US Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visiting Charlotte today, the massive social spending and climate bill facing the Senate, and the Supreme Court takes on a major abortion case.

In the first hour of the show, Vince talks about the Supreme Court debate about the future of the legality of abortion and talks about the federal judge blocking Joe Biden's vaccine mandate. In the last segment, he talks about CNN's decision to suspend Chris Cuomo over ethical reasons surrounding his brother's resignation as New York Governor. 


An original ruling by the lower court said the "20-week threshold" would make some "pre-viability abortions" illegal, which would be in violation of the Supreme Court's 1992 ruling in the case of Planned Parenthood v. Casey. Several pro-life organizations and more than a dozen Republican states supported North Carolina in the effort, according to Fox News.  


North Carolina’s House Health Committee approved the bill, which would require doctors to provide documentation under oath of any abortion performed with a set of details of why they did the procedure. Those documents would be reviewed by the state as the next level of oversight.  


House Bill 453, which was introduced in the General Assembly this week, is known as the 'Human Non-Discrimination and No Eugenics Act'. The bill aims to restrict women from getting abortions based on race, sex, or a prenatal diagnosis of Down's syndrome. 


"South Carolina politicians just used an abortion ban to target and re-victimize sexual assault survivors — all while the pandemic rages on," Planned Parenthood President and CEO Alexis McGill Johnson said in a statement Thursday. "This is politics at its worst."