Kanye West announces he is running for President, #GhislaneMaxwellDidntKillHerself, Scotus has a few more rulings this week, and Florida Governor signs an occupational licensing law that “repeals more occupational licensing laws than any licensing reform ever passed by any other state” according to the Institute of Justice.
The Supreme Court had its first abortion hearing under the Trump court and it ended...not exactly how people were expecting it to end. They also ruled on whether or not a President could fire the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, while narrowly deciding on whether or not the entire department is legal. Joe Biden continues his gaffe-tastic tour, Iran is looking to arrest Trump, and Colin Kaepernick has a tv show.
Shaun King sends a chill down the spines of the democrats, while Joe Biden’s positions on things change with the tides of the voters. Trump goes completely tone-deaf, a lesson in microexpressions. What is going on in Minneapolis with defunding the police? Also, did New York suspend Habeas Corpus?
Two people did the right thing and left Earth for a while thanks to Elon Musk, Donald Trump gets into a war with social media platforms, Joe Biden having issues picking a VP, and the protests erupt into violence. Also, how did qualified immunity come into play in the United States, and the Supreme Court has the opportunity to right some wrongs, but will they?
Spike has won the Libertarian nomination for Vice President, Learning the story of Kenneth Walker and Breonna Taylor, Joe Biden says some ugly stuff, Trump does some bad stuff, and the courts do some good stuff.
Matt and Spike talk about the President taking the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, and the backlash from the left about these claims, and then they discuss the Vice Presidential campaign on this, the Tuesday before the election.