A federal lawsuit alleges Mecklenburg Sheriff’s deputies at the jail failed to take steps to prevent a teen’s suicide, then covered it up. Also, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board votes to fire Supt. Earnest Winston.

A call from Dean about CMS Supt. Earnest Winston’s impending termination. Plus, President Joe Biden’s actions and speech at a campaign event in Greensboro should be setting off alarms among media and the public.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Supt. Earnest Winston is reportedly going to be fired unless he resigns. Plus: the Black Political Caucus says a 9/11 Truther and a convicted corrupt mayor will best represent Blacks on Charlotte City Council.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Earnest Winston will be out of a job within 48 hours, according to WBT reporter Brett Jensen. I also spoke with WBT’s Mark Garrison about the CMS news as well as the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Black Political Caucus’ endorsements for local primaries.

Jonathan Haidt’s piece in The Atlantic offers grim predictions on the collapse of our society due to social media.

Twitter’s Board of Directors just adopted a “poison pill” policy to prevent Elon Musk from taking over the social media company.

Tesla & SpaceX founder, Elon Musk, says he wants to buy Twitter, make it a private company, and reform the social media platform into “the platform for free speech around the globe.” The reaction from ‘Elites’ is instructive.

Texas Governor Greg Abbot just sent a busload of illegal immigrants to Washington, D.C. Plus: 17 gangs in Los Angeles are targeting the wealthiest residents for robberies; SC bank robber busted at strip club; cops search for pie-in-the-face attacker in Greenville.

Alex Perez at Unherd.com explains why Hispanics gave up on the Left. Plus: Texas Governor Greg Abbott takes the fight over illegal immigration to the federal government – which has abdicated its responsibility in securing the border.

A judge denies the attempt by former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman to dismiss his case. Trial is expected to get underway next month. Also: lack of confidence in election results didn’t start in 2020; and Mark Meadows bounced from NC voter rolls.