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President Biden traveled to Buffalo to mourn the weekend massacre. He refused to take a similar trip in the wake of the Waukesha massacre. Also, North Carolina is holding primary elections today.

Dr. Andy Jackson, the Director of the John Locke Foundation’s Civitas Center for Election Integrity, analyzes the campaign to have Democrats register unaffiliated to vote against Rep. Madison Cawthorn in the GOP primary. Plus, the President speaks in Buffalo – in the wake of a massacre perpetrated by an insane white supremacist.

Former Assistant Director of the FBI Chris Swecker joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with his take on the shooting at a Buffalo supermarket in which ten people were killed and three others injured.

North Carolina Republican candidate for US Senate, Marjorie Eastman, discusses her campaign ahead of Tuesday’s primary. Also, Glenn Greenwald dismantles the leftist narratives in the wake of the Buffalo attacks.

Nalini Joseph is a Republican candidate for North Carolina’s 12th Congressional District. She running in the GOP primary. Also, deconstructing the ghoulish narrative-crafting in the aftermath of tragedies.

The race to craft narratives – in order to attack political enemies – is a ghoulish act that decent people should reject in the wake of tragic attacks like we saw in Buffalo.

In this hour, Vince talks about the shootings that took place this weekend in Buffalo and California. Plus, more comments on abortion from governor of Nebraska, Pete Ricketts.