The hour is spent going over the various points of the news conference and comparing them to the playbook that the democrats are now using.
In the first hour of the show, Chad Adams - filling in for Vince - talks about the differences between NC Governor Roy Cooper and SC Governor Henry McMaster and evaluates both of their time in office.
In the first hour of the show, Chad Adams - filling in for Pete - talks about the lowest number of COVID cases in Mecklenburg County in quite some time and also talks about a funny story about legislation proposed in Nantucket about gender equal topless sunbathing being allowed on their beaches.
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.
In the final hour of the show, Pete checks in on Roy Cooper's COVID Briefing and takes the Governor to task about inaccurate statements about testing while Omicron spreads across much of North Carolina.
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 second hour of the show, Pete continues to talk about how the Right can fight back against Governor Roy Cooper's constant vetoes against voter integrity laws passed in the NC Legislature.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about Governor Roy Cooper vetoing NC Senate Bill 326, the Election Day integrity act. He's joined by Hayden Ludwig of the Capital Research Center to discuss what's in store for North Carolina and the Republican Party.
Becki Gray of the John Locke Foundation and CarolinaJournal.com joins Pete to talk about the signed budget by Governor Roy Cooper.
In the final hour of the show, Pete welcomes in NC House Speaker Tim Moore to talk about the new budget that Governor Roy Cooper will sign and finishes up his thoughts on the Kyle Rittenhouse Murder Trial In Kenosha, Wisconsin. To wrap the show, Pete talks about a funny story about pizza franchise, Papa John's changing their name in the wake of racist comments made by founder John Schnatter.