In the second hour of the show, Pete reacts to last night's school board meeting in Mecklenburg County about the end to the mask mandate. But why will the kids have to wear masks longer than the rest of the public in the county?
Pete comments on the Mecklenburg health board and it's very very...Useless means of inquiry. More moments to gaslight and gerrymander.
In the first hour of the show, Pete recaps the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners meeting Wednesday night that announced the end to the mask mandate and Pete talks about all the "surprises" he heard from Health Director Raynard Washington.
In the second hour of the show, Pete continues to take County Commissioner George Dunlap and the Mecklenburg County Commissioners to task for the lack of information about Ella Scarborough's request for medical leave.
In the first hour of the show, Pete plays audio from Mecklenburg County Commissioner George Dunlap as he dodges questions from WBTV's David Hodges and his fellow county commissioners about the mystery of Ella Scarborough's no-shows at meetings and her request for medical leave.
In the second hour of the show, Pete says that the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners should be ashamed of themselves for their handling of County Commissioner Ella Scarborough's health issues and their continued act of voting on key issues in the county without her presence.
In the second hour of the show, Pete talks about the news that Mecklenburg County Comissioner Ella Scarborough will go on unpaid medical leave and will not seek re-election. Pete also talks about her supposed inactivity during the County Comission's digital meetings over the last several months despite her vote counting toward key measures in Charlotte
In the second hour of the show, Pete checks in on the latest Mecklenburg County Health COVID briefing and says that the current establishment is not getting the job done and is doing a poor job of portraying the current state of the pandemic in Charlotte...
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the continued problem he sees with Mecklenburg County using case counts as effective measurements of the severity of the COVID pandemic. He also takes Mecklenburg Board Of County Commissioner George Dunlap to task for his ill-placed comment about ONLY having a mask mandate in Charlotte.
Former Mecklenburg County Commissioner Matthew Ridenhour joins Pete to talk about the cool way he announced his plan to get back into politics and run for the District 5 seat on the County Commission.