Grant Stinchfield kicks the morning off talking with veteran Bill Harris discussing his nonprofit organization First CARE Provider that offers curriculum and training to average, everyday citizens to teach them how to properly take care of medical emergencies without having to wait for an ambulance. Pressure begins to mount for Democratic Senators in heavily pro-2A states to vote and confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly has agreed to meet with Judge Kavanaugh, breaking away from his liberal colleagues. Second Amendment Attorney from Indiana Guy Relford joins Grant and talks about what he thinks his state's Senator will talk to Kavanaugh about. In the wake of the most violent weekend in Chicago in years, the state is bringing in 600 extra police officers into some of the most violent areas in hopes to curb the violence. NRATV Frontlines Correspondent Chuck Holton was in Chicago and drove around their most violent areas, he joins Grant to talk about what he saw and the effects the added police will have. NRATV has focused on seeing what schools around the country are doing to strengthen security before the new school year starts. Chief Eric Kaiser from Jourdanton, Texas, joins Grant to discuss the NRA School Shield Program and the success his city has had with it. MRCTV's Brittany Hughes wraps up the day reacting to media and leftist meltdowns.