Today John’s monologue is a mixed bag of stories. First he talks about the backlash after a bag of cocaine was found at the White House. Other topics include: Trump’s lawyer who tried to overturn the 2020 election retiring; Twitter limiting posts you can read; the hottest day on record; and Lyndsey Graham getting booed during a rally in his own state. He chats with Jeff in L.A. about the Supreme Court ruling allowing discrimination against gay people. Then he interviews Jess Bidgood, the Senior National Political Reporter for the Boston Globe’s Washington Bureau about the Mom’s for Liberty Conference and their attack on LGBTQ kids. He plays a clip of President Biden talking about teachers and Bill from New Jersey calls in. Then closing it up – John welcomes back John Nichols, National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation. They discuss how Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers used veto power to extend school aid for 4 centuries; the recent biased SCOTUS rulings, and who will run for president in 2024.