Join Jim and Greg as they welcome Montana banning TikTok and setting up a fascinating legal fight that could impact the rest of the nation. They also groan at reports the U.S. Air Force caught an airman taking notes and studying classified information and just issued him warnings at least three times before he was caught posting the info for his gamer friends. Finally, they depart from their usual approach to the royal family by discussing Harry and Megan’s allegations of a lengthy, life-threatening car chase with paparazzi that turned out to be virtually nothing.
Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America applaud the Washington Post, not only for condemning the Latino Victory Fund ad that depicts Republican voters in Virginia as racists that want to run over minority kids but also slamming Democratic nominee Ralph Northam – whom the Post has endorsed – for a weak response to the ad. They also grieve for the victims of Tuesday’s terrorist attack in Manhattan and get frustrated as the media immediately tried to rule out Islamic terrorism and then insist it’s not a time for politics once they find out it was related to radical Islam. And they groan as congressional Republicans are forced to postpone the release of their tax reform bill because of ongoing disagreements within the party.