May 10, 2022 1 min read

In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the list of companies offering to cover travel costs for out-of-state abortions, Clarence Thomas' statement that the Supreme Court will not be bullied because a mob disagrees with its rulings, and the conflict of interest with President Biden’s new disinformation board.

LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Topic 1: The companies paying travel costs for abortions: Tesla, Amazon, Citi on small but growing list
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  • Topic 2: Clarence Thomas Hits Back: Supreme Court Can't Be 'Bullied' Into Giving the Mob the Outcome It Wants
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  • Topic 3:  Biden's Disinformation Board
  • Thumbs Up: Texas man allegedly robbed home, mowed victim’s yard
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