Joe Biden flashes his note cards to the camera, and the directions he's to follow while in meetings is troubling; "YOU enter the Roosevelt Room; YOU take your seat, YOU thank participants."
SCOTUS hands down a landmark ruling on the 2nd Amendment rejecting the New York law that put objectionable qualifications on people in the state that wish to carry a handgun. This on the same day 15 Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to pass the first national gun control bill in nearly 30 years.
- PETE HEGSETH – co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend, author of the new book Battle for the American Mind; Uprooting a Century of Miseducation (rel. June 14, 2022)
- PETE HUTCHISON – President of Landmark Legal Foundation (LandmarkLegal.org) | US Supreme Court has struck down a New York law restricting gun-carrying rights | 9 SCOTUS opinions to be released, including landmark decisions on 1. Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Org. (abortion rights) - West Virginia v. EPA (energy policy) - Biden v. Texas (immigration/Remain in Mexico policy).
- ANGELA MORABITO – Former Press Secretary for the Department of Education, spokesperson for the Defense of Freedom Institute | @AngelaLMorabito | 50 Years of Title IX; A Biden administration rule change to Title IX is expected to pave the way for boys in girls' locker rooms and restrooms, the end of women's sports and possibly even penalties around pronouns.
- DOUG MASTRIANO - Republican Candidate for Governor of PA [current PA State Senator (R-33, Adams, Franklin, Cumberland and York Counties)] | @dougmastriano | Shapiro leads Mastriano by 3 points (49% to 46%) in latest AARP poll among likely voters aged 50 and older by 1 point, 48% to 47%. That puts Shapiro’s lead within the margin of error.