First up Mark sits down and talks with Mike Eise and Jonathan May about the way the government and elections in the USA are setup. Eise believes this is all contrived and put together by the Media and the powers that be to keep the country separated on purpose. Mark and Jonathan seem to think that people naturally gravitate the way they want and that creates the separation just like in the animal kingdom. Can we get these guy to agree?
Next up, KSDK channel 5 in St. Louis (the NBC affiliate ksdk.com) lends their political coordinator to the Q for a interview. Mark Maxwell joins the show to discuss how this election will proceed forward after the 2020 election denying. Mark and the boys discuss the potential for republicans to use their congressional advantage to bring libs to their knees as well as what are the topics and ballot options people are talking about going into this Mid-term.
Finally Mark and Jonathan bid adieu to Mike Eise and continue to break down the ballot initiatives for Missouri in the 2022 election and this leads to some movie talk. Mark and Jonathan both saw the movie Barbarian and had differing opinions on the outcome of the movie and who the focus should be on. Be careful, they do discuss some "spoiler" styled stuff. And then Dr. Love is back in the house as the two discuss a guy and his unwilling dating partner!
All this and more on this episode of the Q!