Hogan Gidley, former Deputy Secretary for President Trump, joins Brett to talk about the latest on the Hunter Biden investigation.
In the second hour of the show, Pete talks about the motion filed by the North Carolina legislature blocking several Leftist professors to review the NEW round of district maps that had to be re-drawn by the state general assembly.
NC GOP Chair Michael Whatley joins Pete to talk about the NC Legislature being forced to re-draw new Congressional and District maps for the state and says lawyer Marc Elias - who has known ties to the Democratic party - is defending Leftist maps in other states.
In the last hour of the show, Pete welcomes in NC GOP Chair Michael Whatley to talk about the failures of Joe Biden in year one of his presidency. To wrap the show, Pete talks about Microsoft buying game developer Activision - which owns such franchises as Call Of Duty and World Of Warcraft.
NC GOP Chair Michael Whatley joins Pete to talk about the failures of year one of the Joe Biden administration, and talks about the progress they're seeing in early polls of the expected 2022 midterm elections.
NC GOP Chair Michael Whatley joins Pete to talk about the battle over the NC District maps and says that in order for the people to continue to be represented fairly - the people voted in should decide the legislative maps - not appointed judges.
In the final hour of the show, NC GOP Chairman Michael Whatley joins Pete to talk about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and the resistance he hopes shows up to Joe Biden's "Build Back Better" infrastructure bill.
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.