In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about former US Congressman Mark Walker staying in the US Senate race. Pete also talks about President Joe Biden bringing yet another pet into the White House. 

US Senate candidate Jon Warren joins Pete to talk about why he's the best candidate to represent North Carolina in Washington. 

Former NC Governor and WBT Radio Host Pat McCrory joins Pete to talk about a possible announcement Thursday by one of his opponents, Mark Walker, possibly dropping out of the US Senate race for North Carolina to throw his hat into a Congressional seat campaign. 

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. 

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.

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. 

In the second hour of the show, Pete makes mention of the CDC admitting that cloth masks do not stop the spread of COVID 19 and says many in North Carolina owe gubernatorial candidate Dan Forest - who got crucified for this lack of faith in masks during his campaign - an apology.