Seemingly out of nowhere, a social media influencer on Twitter amassed a huge following spreading Democratic messages and then disappeared. The account was suspended after it tweeted a racist interpretation of the Supreme Court’s affirmative action ruling. Listen Here:

US Congressman Jeff Jackson (D) says his colleagues are only fake angry when they make speeches. He is challenged by former Trump official Stephen Miller about whether this applies to Democrat leader Hakeem Jeffries. Jackson, most famous for posting Tik Tok videos, dodged the question. Listen Here:

In the wake of new CDC data, social psychologist Jon Haidt argues: “There is now a great deal of evidence that social media is a substantial cause, not just a tiny correlate, of depression and anxiety, and therefore of behaviors related to depression and anxiety, including self-harm and suicide.” Listen Here:

Internal Twitter communications at Twitter reveals the company (and other Big Tech and social media companies) suppressed speech that ran counter to official government-approved views on COVID and the pandemic response. Listen Here:

Our cybersecurity expert Theresa Payton joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with her take on billionaire Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter.

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


Trump followed up Miller's statement with confirmation of his own, saying “I’m doing things having to do with putting our own platform out there that you’ll be hearing about soon,” Trump told Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe in the debut episode of her “The Truth” podcast, which was released Monday.