Kyle Rittenhouse

In the first hour of the program, Pete talks about media coverage of the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and the tragic events in Waukesha over the weekend...

In the second hour of the program, Vince talks about how iconic Kyle Rittenhouse has become after his trial and where his life goes from here...

In the first hour of the show, Vince reacts to the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and plays audio from Kyle Rittenhouse's interview with Tucker Carlson. 

In the final hour of the show, former NC Governor and WBT host Pat McCrory stops by to talk about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict in relation to his time as Governor. NC GOP Chair Michael Whatley also stops by to talk about how Joe Biden's "Build Back Better" bill can be stopped on Capitol Hill so that generations of Americans aren't paying for it for years. Pete wraps the show talking about Dr. Anthony Fauci being caught not wearing a mask indoors in Washington, DC. 

In the second hour of the show, Pete reacts to the breaking news of the Kyle Rittenhouse innocent verdict and talks about how the Left might react in cities across the country. Will there be more riots and violence?

In the second hour of the show, Vince - broadcasting live from the Charlotte Auto Show - talks about Kyle Rittenhouse and predicts we'll see a Kyle Rittenhouse defamation lawsuit coming if he's found innocent of the murder charges

To open the show, National Review columnist David Harsanyi joins Pete to talk about how the media has fallen victim to lies during key moments of the last several years - including the Trump/Russia collusion and the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. 

In the first hour of the program, Vince plays audio from "The View" as they talked about how White people are reacting to the closing arguments of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. 

In the final hour of the show, Pete welcomes in NC House Speaker Tim Moore to talk about the new budget that Governor Roy Cooper will sign and finishes up his thoughts on the Kyle Rittenhouse Murder Trial In Kenosha, Wisconsin. To wrap the show, Pete talks about a funny story about pizza franchise, Papa John's changing their name in the wake of racist comments made by founder John Schnatter. 

In the second hour of the show, Pete continues to react and break down the prosecutions arguments against Kyle Rittenhouse in the murder trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin.