Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and special guests US House of Representatives Congressman Dr. Greg Murphy (NC-03), former NC Supreme Court Justice Mike Morgan, WBT afternoon show host Brett Winterble, Moments of Hope Church pastor David Chadwick, UNC Tar Heels sports radio play-by-play announcer Jones Angell, and legal expert attorney Bill Graham.

Congressman Dr. Greg Murphy joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman talking about the latest Covid-19 variant and the latest vaccine being recommended by the CDC, and how the last round of Covid-19 mandates caused "great harm."

In the latest NY Supreme Court ruling, New York City has been ordered to bring back workers that were fired due to refusal to get the Covid vaccine. Bloomberg reports:   New York City was ordered to reinstate a group of sanitation workers fired for refusing to get a Covid-19 vaccine after a state court […]

"He hasn't had any successes. None of these bills have passed, he's gone over seas. He's come up short, time and time again."

Gaston County Sheriff Alan Cloninger talks about how vaccine mandates are affecting law enforcement staffing, and how police and fire departments are having to compensate for shortages of personnel.

"They run into the fire, grab the people that are in there, and pull them then back out through the fire to safety."

Former CMPD Chief Kerr Putney joins Bo Thompson with his opinion about police departments subjecting their officers to Covid-19 vaccine mandates under threat of losing their careers, new evidence in the Beatties Ford road killings from 16 months ago, a new virtual reality simulator custom made for police de-escalation training, and the Alec Baldwin movie set fatal shooting.

In Hour 1 of the program, Vince talks about the opposition to COVID-19 mandates.