Ep. 718 RFK’s 2024 Impact, ‘Woke Kindergarten,’ and Inspiring ‘Fast Car’ Collab at the Grammys

Megyn is joined by Matt Welch and Liz Wolfe of Reason Magazine to discuss the appeals court ruling against former President Donald Trump on presidential immunity in his federal January 6 case, the benefit of delaying the trial until after the presidential election for Trump, the key Supreme Court case about the 14th Amendment, President Joe Biden refusing to sit with CBS News for a pre-Super Bowl interview, his media defenders like Joe Scarborough on MSNBC, his latest gaffe involving world leaders, Biden’s obsession with Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s massive but under-reported impact on the 2024 election, the COVID-19 arguments he could make against Biden and Trump, ‘education consultants’ helping rich kids get into college, and more.

Then, top sports broadcaster Sage Steele joins to discuss an organization called “Woke Kindergarten” that was hired by one San Francisco school district for $250,000, the school’s math and reading scores getting worse after the program, the anti-Israel and anti-America statements of the group’s founder, Luke Combs and Tracy Chapman’s heartwarming performance of “Fast Car” at the 2024 Grammys, the left trying to turn Combs’ cover of the song into a negative story, the power of live music and sports to bring people together, Taylor Swift snubbing Celine Dion during her Album of the Year win, the passing of country music star Toby Keith, and more.