President Trump signed an executive order yesterday keeping families at the border together, and Democrats are still having a fit. Founder of the Remembrance Project Maria Espinoza joins Grant to discuss the issues at the border and how at the end of the day, Democrats will not stop until they get an open border. The D.C. Project is a Second Amendment group that focuses on sending 50 people from all 50 states to Washington D.C. to meet with legislators to discuss Second Amendment issues. Leader of the D.C. Project, Dianna Muller, joins the program with Grant to talk about what they hope to achieve with meeting with legislators from both sides of the isle. California legislators proposed a new bill that would require a registry for anyone buying accessories or repair kits for firearms. Second Amendment Attorney Chuck Michel joins the program to expand on what is inside this bill. NRATV Frontlines Correspondent Chuck Holton gives the latest on the border. Former Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke gives his opinion on the new proposed California law limiting police forces and what they can and cannot do. Dan Bongino gives his take on the big news of the day. Summer time in Chicago; death toll is on the rise. Former Chicago police officer Chip Eberhart discusses with Grant the violent summer escalation in Chicago.