Rep. Dan Bishop (NC-09) joins fill-in JD Hayworth to talk about why he's endorsing Ted Budd over Pat McCrory for the Senate race in 2022.
In the second hour of the show, Pete continues to take those to task criticizing Pat McCrory for calling in the National Guard claiming ANTIFA was trying to burn down Charlotte.
In the second hour of the program, Pete chats with former WBT host and Governor Pat McCrory. Caleb Howe of Mediaite.com also joins Pete to talk about the firing of Chris Cuomo from CNN and Chris Wallace's shift to CNN+.
Former Charlotte Mayor, NC Governor & WBT Host Pat McCrory joins Pete to talk about the recent "Club For Growth" ad that cleverly took edited clips from "The Pat McCrory Show" to attack his Senate bid.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the report that donations are being made in the name of Roy Cooper running for President in 2024. He also discusses the Club For Growth ad that bashes Pat McCrory with some clever editing from his radio show.
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.
To start the final hour of the show, former North Carolina Governor, WBT Host and Senate candidate Pat McCrory joins Pete to talk about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and President Biden's "Build.Back.Better" infrastructure bill.
Former Charlotte Mayor, former NC Governor and one of three current GOP candidates for U.S. Senate in NC Pat McCrory joins Bo Thompson with reaction to Glenn Youngkin's victory over Terry McAuliffe in the race for Virginia governor.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about a WRAL story that mentioned how much Senate candidate Pat McCrory made at WBT during his time on the air.
Pete opens up Hour 3 asking if we're going to have another HB2-like economic fallout in North Carolina after Lt. Governor Mark Robinson's comments about the LGBTQ community.