We opened the episode up with a conversation on the protests. This isn't our typical show, but it would have been inappropriate to continue on as if nothing was happening that deserved our attention. After the conversation we have our interview with Hershel "Woody" Williams. He is the last surviving Marine to have received the Medal of Honor for action during World War Two where he carried a flamethrower on the island of Iwo Jima. His words deserve to be heard, and he shares his own thoughts on how he sees the state of the nation.
Round 1: The nation is hurting. We’d be foolish to ignore it.
Round 2: An Interview with World War 2 veteran, Marine, Medal of Honor recipient, and 96 year-old grandpa, Woody Williams.