John’s monologue focuses on a few topics. First, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has agreed to plead guilty to a felony for publishing U.S. military secrets under a deal that will set him free to return home to Australia after years holed up and imprisoned while fighting extradition to America. Then, the discussion turns to Vice President Harris – who gave a speech on reproductive freedom as she marks the 2nd anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe V Wade. And then John talks about Trump’s comments on Louisiana putting the 10 Commandments on display in schools. Next, he interviews author Timothy Morton on their brand new book “Hell: In Search of a Christian Ecology” which dives into the hells of climate disaster and Christian theology. Then finally, he welcomes back comedians Rhonda Hansome and Felicia Madison to joke about the news and take calls from the Evil Army of the Night.