The country saw a violent siege of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, with alarming images of protesters storming the building while lawmakers attempted to certify the Electoral College results from the 2020 election. There is strong belief from both parties that President Trump provoked this violence with his rhetoric and as a result Twitter has permanently suspended his account and Democratic Congressional leadership is pushing to impeach him once more. GOP Strategist Brad Blakeman and Democrat FOX Contributor Richard Fowler join to discuss the merits of this impeachment effort and what Twitter's banning of the President means for the future of Big Tech.

When the Biden Administration takes over on January 20th, it won't just mean a new chapter for America. The news industry will likely face some major changes as well. President-elect Joe Biden is expected to give the media less access and have a much different relationship with the press. Bill Hemmer, Chief Fox News anchor, host of Bill Hemmer reports and Host of the Hemmer Time podcast, discusses what it was like to cover the Trump administration and the major events of the past year, and what he expects from a Biden White House.

Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of "The Guy Benson Show."