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-13 Congressional Candidate Tyler Lee joins Pete to talk about his campaign, representing parts of Mecklenburg County in Washington, and how he is different from fellow candidate Madison Cawthorn.
In the second hour of the show, Pete talks about how the media failed to mention that Warriors part owner Chamath Palihapitiya - who said that he doesn't care about Chinese genocide - was a donor to President Joe Biden's last Presidential campaign.
NC-11 Representative Madison Cawthorn joins Pete to talk about NC State Senator Jeff Jackson bowing out of the US Senate race in favor of backing Cheri Beasley and talks about how the Left is causing problems across the country with "smash and grabs" in the midst of Joe Biden's inflation.
In the final hour of the show, Pete talks about several NC GOP members who are already criticizing supposed collaboration between Madison Cawthorn and Michelle Woodhouse as they run for the NC-13 and NC-14 Districts respectively.
Former Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla joins Pete to talk about his decision to run for the Congressional seat in NC-13 and what inspired him to leave behind his mayorship.
Former Mecklenburg County Commissioner Karen Bentley joins Pete to talk about her decision to run for Congress in the new 13th District of North Carolina.
In the third hour of the program, NC-11 Congressman Madison Cawthorn joins Pete to talk about his decision to run for Mecklenburg County's new NC-13 District in 2022, and takes listener reaction throughout the hour after the interview. Pete talks about Cawthorn's reasons for switching districts and asks listeners how confident they are in the young Congressman potentially representing Charlotte in Washington.
Congressman Madison Cawthorn - current NC-11 Representative - joins Pete to talk about his decision to run for the new NC-13 district in 2022, which includes Mecklenburg County.