tv Don Lemon Tonight CNN October 25, 2021 11:00pm-12:00am PDT
all right, listen, don't take things the wrong way okay, when it comes to social media, we want free expression and a marketplace of ideas, but there has to be a balance of rights and responsibilities, this is not a legal question, you know that you can, it's about how you do it. we can do better. enough on the problem, what is the fix, thank you for watching, don lemon tonight with the big star, don lemon right now pick >> the fix is not facebook
regulating itself, it has been -- shown itself incapable of doing that thus far from all the criticism and the misinformation and/or disinformation, that came during the last campaign, and the one before that. so was the fix? i think the fix is going to have to be some sort of regulation, not talking about since the ship, most companies, most entities, most institutions have some degree of regulation, why should facebook or any other social media company be any different chris cuomo? >> i don't think it should. like i said, they say you know, if you build it they will come, just a platform, it took a while to catch up with that, because the word platform is new to us, but if you think of them as the stadium, now it all becomes very clear, well, the stadium, they don't control the
game, but they control the venue, and there are rules and they indeed have rules. >> they can kick people out decide who they want to come in and tell people how they dress, all of those things, they told people where to sit in the stadium. >> exactly where they can, my concern is how do you enforce it? you will get laws, i don't think the right friends, they just want to censor us, but the data is too obvious, they kill it on social media, the most traction, the most views, they are not being censored with the idea of how do you do it, they have a hard enough time with securities, because they don't understand the trading, it's a level of sophistication, who is going to do the monitoring of whether or not the social media companies are monitoring the way the law tells them to pick >> amen. the point of agreement, which you go, i will get to some big breaking news coming out on the story from hollywood, we know what were talking about, love you too. and the breaking news on the investigation, of the tragic
fatal shooting on alec baldwin's movie set last week, information coming out, and killed the cinema tiger for -- cinematographer, helena hutchins, and the work on the rue -- movie is on hold, handing the prop gun to alec baldwin was previously fired was fired from a movie after a gun incident intraday crewmember, according to the production company on the 20 19th freedoms path. we're learning tonight that three crewmembers who worked alongside the assistant director, david hall's, on the earlier movie, detailing unsafe conditions before he was fired from the project. information on this, josh campbell, in new mexico now,
and sharon waxman, founder and ceo of the rep, interested in your information as well, and was get through this, good evening to both of you. and the fiddle shooting, and onset last week. what we know about those, and safety protocols looked into, anything, tell us.>> that's being reported by the los angeles times, the two accidental discharges, the more we learn about this movie set. and it was played by safety issues, employees themselves expressing their concern, and in any incident investigators look back, what we are hearing, there seem to be several issues at play, don't know whether the incident involved live rounds or if there was investigation that is underway, but obviously authorities will be looking back at the pattern in order to determine whether what happened
here, the fiddle shooting, could have been prevented. >> one more before i get to sharon, cnn is learning that the assistant director or the a.d. david halls, who handed alec baldwin a prop gun was previously fired after a gun incident intraday crewmember, what can you tell us about this prior incident and him?>> import new reporting. and back in 2019, and we poorly handed alec baldwin the weapon on the day in santa fe was involved in another incident, in 2019, accidental discharge an employee record for the blast, taken away from the set by medic and eventually brought back, but david halls was dismissed and ultimately fired, cnn has reached out to him for, but we haven't heard a response, one key question in this fatal incident here is what was actually inside that weapon? was it some type of debris that was fired, was a live round, i
spoke with an official the sheriff department, who said they are awaiting the final corner report which they hope will give them some insight into what type of projectile took the life of helena hutchins, and the issue of liability, whose the people are who are the people ultimately responsible? the armor, responsible on the set for safety or the assistant director who handed alec baldwin the weapon telling him it was safe, or the responsibility of the actor himself to ensure a safe and clear weapon, and law enforcement they talk about the three cardinal rules of firearm safety, treat every weapon as if is loaded, keep the muslim a safe direction and 3, keep your finger off the trigger unless you intend to present copy my say hold on, this is hollywood, it's a movie, a prop gun is supposed to go off but in this incident, even a prop gun can turn out to be fatal, i talked with an official of the district attorney's office he said no new updates yet, the investigation continues, we're waiting to see whether there
will be charges filed in this case. >> sharon, maybe you can help us out with this, your reporting at the wrap, reporting about the gun that alec baldwin used? >> we learned and reported exclusively that the gun that alec baldwin used two tragically accidentally shoot helena hutchins had been used earlier in the day for target practice, and you probably know this, and the crewmembers, they sometimes do that, plinking, they go to rural areas and shoot with live ammunition, this happened the morning of the day that helena hutchins was killed, in the early afternoon. so what happened between the time those guns came back with live ammunition between them, should have been checked obviously, and a lot of information the search warrants filed, about what happened to the guns and a break for a few minutes for lunch and they came
back was the gun checked again, unclear before the first a.d. called it when he said he called gun, and handed it to alec baldwin he distrusted. and the noticeable reporting, the gun expert who had been on movie sets as an armor himself, it was a possibility since they were in a rural area, where they target practicing, and possibly trying to show the actor how to be more authentic and so on, just so the audience knows, cnn has not confirmed the reporting, when asked by the rep for comment, they referred back to the previous statement, though we were not made aware of any official complaints concerning weapon or prop safety and said, we will be conducting the internal review while production is shut down, safety concerns, and my
correct? >> the day of the shooting, resigned the night before, not only safety conditions, problems, people working long hours, and the more we learn about what was going on, the more concerning it really is, and while there is no bringing back halyna hutchins and alec baldwin has to live with what he tragically accidentally did, there is a real concern of reliability and whether corners were cut and whether the camera crew that walked off in the morning was replaced by nonunion workers, were the people who were being replaced as experienced, as knowledgeable and careful, as the people who were there before hand, i know there has been a big contract negotiation between hollywood unions and producers over issues that are not unrelated to this, and they are not happy, basically
nonunion people came in, and that tragedy happened. we can't -- >> did the production say they had had official reports of crewmembers walking off, is that change now? >> all the reporting we've had since friday, have confirmed kites in the search warrant.>> okay. there clips from the broadcast for the armor talked about hannah gutierrez finished her first job as the head armor, her father, an industry vet, taught her about guns and she was 16, some of this, watch it.>> also my first time being handed -- head armor, i was nervous at first and i almost didn't take the job because i wasn't sure if i was ready about doing it, but it went really smoothly. >> we know gutierrez is just 24 years old, combine this with a
a.d. who had been fired over gun safety, veteran crewmembers, clearly important to the safety of the set, who is responsible here? >> all we can hear over and over, i must've talked to half- dozen people saying they should never happen, 10 different ways that should never have happened in hollywood is looking very deeply at the moment internally, what is it that they need to do as an industry to make sure this never happens because it is a small industry, so many people know halyna hutchins and had great love for her, she was apparently an extremely well-liked colleague and a rare female cinematographer, not a rule that many women get to rise up into, so i think there is a broad sense of not liability and pointing fingers but what is it that the industry needs to do to make sure that this absolutely never happens again. >> looking at pictures of her husband and child, and it is
sad all the way around. josh, take us forward. and what else are they looking for at this point josh?>> liability is a big question, whether there will be charges, perhaps negligence, people we talked to said it appears to be in accident, but that doesn't mean that anyone involved was involved in the cases and still liable for negligence, according to the sheriff department, the weapon itself, what was inside the weapon, that will come from the corners report, no formal report yet received, but what investigators tell us is the hope with that information they will know what was inside the weapon and help them illuminate other possibilities, life around her debris or a blank that shot a projectile in close range of someone, so many possibilities which only a corners report or friends examination can help answer. >> thank you, and thank you sharon. i want to bring in our senior legal analyst, ellie
honigford, and thank you for joining us, i want to get your reaction, the reporting, and the gun was taken out for target practice or shooting outside the scope of the movie, what will investigators be looking at with this information and how can impact who is responsible in this case?>> yes, this is enormously important, if confirmed, it tells us two things, if the round that killed trent before turns out to be alive round, this could explain how a live gun with live ammo on it got on to that tray before it was handed to alec baldwin, more generally speaking, if people are doing target practice, recreational target practice with live weapons when they are not shooting, that suggests a
set that is very poorly cared for, negligence is more the norm than anything else, that's going to be a big problem for the people in charge. >> let's talk about who's doing the hiring, a crewmember is putting it on the armor and the producers and josh campbell's reporting about the prior incidents at the 80 had on a set, will legal challenges come to those who are vetting the crewmembers or is it just the crew involved in the producers, what is a come down to?>> two types of line ability -- liability, negligence, to sue some deals for money damages, then criminal charges, you have to show criminal negligence or recklessness, a higher standard, and the assistant director, what had he done to confirm that it was a cold gun, did he look at the gun, what did he see, did he not inspected and handed to alec
baldwin, the armor, how did it come about that the podcast, those are the three people who are going to focus here. >> obviously this was an accident, alec baldwin is also a producer, not the only producer on the show, when liability could he be looking at if any here? >> my view right now is that alec baldwin in his capacity as an actor does not have any liability, the standard norm referred from various experts is if you're an actor near handed a gun and told cold gun, you are entitled to bank on that but as a producer the question is, what type of role did you, not all producers are created equal, some are just in name, because big names but if
he was directly involved in the hiring of people who may have had red flags for the management of the site, that kind of thing, he could have liability, i think it's more likely to be civil liability than criminal liability but serious issues here. >> prosecutors and police have gotten a search warrant executed by the sheriff, does that tell you anything or just pro forma standard operating procedure? bigger it does tell me something, to get a search warrant, you can't get prosecut police officer write out what we call the probable cause, the affidavit and bring it to a judge, the judge reviews it has to agree there is probable cause that a crime was committed, many more likely than not, and b, we will find evidence at the scene, as a prosecutor you are going to want more than that before you charge someone criminally but it is a good step of the way there, towards an eventual
criminal charge. >> elie honig, we appreciate having you, you are always knowledgeable about this. thank you. >> thank you. >> the lead story when you consider the history of hollywood and the entire movie industry. right? and this is happened a few times, something went terribly, terribly wrong, there were precautions put in place, after it happened to brandon lee, and now this, and one of the biggest actors and personalities in the world, and someone is dead. we will continue to stir -- follow the story and the facebook whistleblower with new charges about how hate speech is good for the company's bottom line. so, you're recalibrating and reconnecting to the environment. seeing yourself as an artist - legitimate and genuine - it doesn't matter left or right, it pushes you two extremes, the best way to grow on facebook.
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very well, i don't trust the numbers, it gets hyper concentrated in 5% of the population, you only need 3% of the streets to have a revolution and that is dangerous.>> heat and lies that could spark a revolution, and they are spreading like wildfire on facebook. is in, nobody is suggesting that everything is harmful, nobody is suggesting that, you have maybe never seen any hate or misinformation at all, but for people who do, the angry rhetoric is like a drug, and good for facebook's bottom line, the questions night is what facebook knew, and what they are doing about it. all coming out, the facebook papers, tens of thousands of pages leaked by that
whistleblower, and regulating hate speech and misinformation this country, and around the world really. and redacted versions were obtained by cnn in a group of 16 other news organizations, and what this tells us is really chilling, as well. >> one of the things that happens with groups and networks of groups is that people see echo chambers, create social norms, if i'm in a group that has lots of covert misinformation and i see over and over again if someone gives covert vaccine that encourages people to get vaccinated, they get pounced upon and torn apart, i learned that certain ideas are acceptable and unacceptable, when the context is run hate, you see normalization of hate and dehumanizing others, that's what leads to violent incidents. >> think about this anytime you've been on any of the social media platforms or even video platforms. you have it upon something that
whatever you happen upon, and it clicks you to the next one, that is similar, and misinformation website, and it's a rabbit hole, and does deserve so five we are watching, and it will show you something that tells the truth, doesn't do that, you continue down the rabbit hole of whatever it is, it is like what you clicked on, and sometimes it starts to get scarier and scarier, and i like what is this, is this what happens to everyone? they get in through their own media bubble and their own echo chamber, that's what happens, if you get stuck in the whole echo chamber, it is normalizing hate and becomes normal to you that's what you see, angry
rhetoric to get us to where we are right now, how do you reach people who firmly believe the lies that the former president who left in this race nine months ago, people believe he still the president. those qanon problems. >> wasn't 2 hole thing that he was reinstated. >> he's never left, 150,000% >> he is still president? really, does he still hold the powers of the presidency? >> is been flying around the world on air force one, that says something. >> i thought joe biden is on air force one, no, they are faking it? >> it's not even a presidency. >> who is running the government right now? >> president trump. >> so president trump is still flying run on air force one in his mind and probably the mind of other people. i do you reach people like them
in the video, refused to take a life-saving vaccine, how to reach those people, not that he is but how do you reach them, in the middle of a pandemic that is killed more than 730,000 americans.>> know, getting the vaccine, no. the vaccines are not good. >> are you vaccinated? >> no, but i have a lot of hydroxychloroquine and zinc at my house. >> i don't what the vaccine. >> they have not tested it enough in my opinion. >> i don't trust the government, i don't trust the cdc or none of them. >> you know who any -- anybody got sick or died? bigger i know three people who died but i know people who got cancer and died. >> you don't treat people who died from the coronavirus and over the vaccine? >> i don't need the vaccine. >> have you gotten vaccinated?>> no. >> can ask why?
bigger i'm allergic to a lot of things, the chemicals and freedom. you get to choose, if you can have an abortion and choose your body i should be able to choose if i have a shot. >> i saw an interview, the vaccine was killing people, pretty much everybody is going to die from taking the vaccine, and then the interviewer said well, the vaccine was facilitated by the former president, he takes credit for it, how to explain that they said because he wanted to save lives. how then does that make sense, if it is donald trump of the vaccine, then it is to save lives but if it is not him, then it is killing people. the. the lies and misinformation, the hateful rhetoric, they are spreading out of control
really, even the hated sparked the deadly violence in charlottesville.>> they will not replace us. >> jews will not replace us, we are there tonight, from charlottesville to vaccine lies and a nation drowning in hate and misinformation, and it seems like america's angrier than ever. and facebook has a lot to answer for. we are going to have to figure out how to reach people who believe the lies and misinformation. and o'sullivan, is here, and bakari sellers on what it is doing to the democracy after the break. >> woman: really? >> tech: that's service the way you need it. >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪ ♪ your new pharmacy is here.
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let's talk more about the breaking news now, facebook ceo mark zuckerberg defined among damning new evidence of the social media giants role in the generous extensor direction, speaking to investors, mark zuckerberg downplayed the thousands of pages of leaked internal documents, and now donie o'sullivan, and bakari sellers, hello to both of you, and the internal facebook documents and what we are hearing from the facebook whistleblower, frances haugen, paints a disturbing picture of how they repeatedly stop the spread of extremism, including the stuff still movement, how much did facebook know about what was going on here? >> well, i think it's pretty clear that they knew a lot,
right, the experiment that you spoke about were they set up this account of the north carolina mom, 41 years old, she starts off by liking donald trump, of melania trump and foxnews, and after a few weeks, facebook is recommending facebook, recommending that she follow qanon pages. >> that's what i said yes. >> follows the 3% pages, this is experience we are familiar with right, and i think that is really what demonstrates all of this, mark zuckerberg can say whatever he wants, i will say i think he's doing some more and more like trump in that rather than engaging in substance he's attacking the media and everybody seems to be wrong apart from facebook in his view, even people who used to work at the company, but specifically dance your question, they knew about this project and this q and on experiment in 2019, and it took them another year to ban qanon,
just a few weeks before the election. >> you can see with that, as i said, the rebels, it's always like brainwashing, more and more of the same and it gets more extreme and more extreme as you continue to go along. sometimes i'm like i know it's not should i say i've got to get out of this, this is really disturbing, but frances haugen's is unquestionably, facebook is making hate worse and that's a quote, and unless changes are made, we will see her could see more violence, what is all this doing to our political discourse here, and violence around the world really.>> is polluting the political discourse, and i have no love for sam bergen mark zuckerberg, not only have they put the bottom line above democracy and the principles we hold true but simply indifferent now, they love excuses, i think we are right, they sound more like the trumps
then they do stewards of good business, but facebook has three problems, the first is it is a bastion of disinformation, and the second is that it promulgates hate, and lastly, the adverse impact it has on young people in this country cannot be ignored. and so i like the handoff with you and chris, one of the things that chris said was how do you regulate them and hold them accountable? i have an idea, from dylan roof, and him promulgating hate, utilizing facebook as a bastion of hate to get his ideas and express his feelings and learn more, etc., to charlottesville to january 6, i think not only should facebook be held civilly liable but they should be held as criminal co- conspirators for the harmful acts of the desitin calls, and it's the indifference they've shown. although you may have trouble regulating them in congress, i do think that we can take a stern hard look at the way that
we adjudicate them and hold them accountable. >> you are an attorney, do you think that is possible? >> yes, look, i have thrown a lot of, you know, things that windmills and some things have stuck and been successful in some of not, no one thought when they sued the tobacco industry that they would be successful either, on the impact of lies and deceit, facebook is another similar example. you look at those three examples, whether or not it is what they did on january 6 or didn't do, if you look at with it in charlottesville and dylan roof, those are three clear examples where mark zuckerberg and cheryl's handbook have done nothing, it's embarrassing with a done to help divide the country and they sit out in palo alto or silicon valley and chill out with her friends. and there it is.
>> my views that what we are seeing is, the coordinated effort to selectively use link and lease documents to paint a false picture, the reality is we have an open culture, we encourage discussion and research, work we can make progress on many complex issues that are not specific to just us. >> so donie sullivan, that was on the investor call, what's the problem, a lot of criticism from inside the company, he's talking about in the company, and criticism from inside the company, and i wonder if that changes it but everybody is right never what is wrong, but him, do you get what i'm saying? >> good faith criticism, what about bad-faith arguments? and a perfect example of how facebook can be trusted as they released this report for the
second quarter of this year they show these are the most popular links and websites in the country, in the u.s., show the pages were about pets and animals and cooking into things. and people ask, where's the q1 report, what about the first three months, it turned out they had the report, but they decided not to release it publicly because the top link was actually a piece of scaremongering about the vaccine. [ laughter ] we only learned about that quarter one report because the new york times reported on it. but in the meantime they replete desmet release the second quarter, saying how transparent they are and how great they are, it is very difficult to trust his company, when it comes to their own research, we don't know what with her goodness minute.>> leaving well enough alone. a good message there, the fact
of the matter is facebook is out of control, and out-of- control and unregulated, a lot of these guys, united states senate and congress don't know what facebook is or how it works or operates, but somebody has to stop them from polluting our culture and being a part of tearing apart democracy. i understand individual responsibility but facebook goes one step further. they actually aid you in promulgating the hate which then causes does that we see throughout the country. i have facebook so my mother can look at pictures and stay connected with her grandchildren. and other people out there who are using it for sinister reasons to tear apart democracy, i don't think you can separate mark zuckerberg from sheryl sandberg, they actually don't care. >> i appreciate it.
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democrats are scrambling to try to reach a deal on president biden's agenda ahead of his big foreign trip later in the week. senator joe manchin saying it is possible a deal could be reached in a matter of days but there are a whole lot of sticking points over what exactly will be in the social safety net package. let's discuss now, tim ryan of ohio is here, running for u.s. senate in 2022. thank you sir, good to see you. congressman, i will say, senator soon, maybe, let's talk about this and talk about your race, the president is making
clear that he wants a deal, before he leaves for the g 20 later in the week on thursday, we saw things moved closer today but the whole process has been anything but smooth, as you are well aware of, the democrats need to put something forward soon to prove to voters they can actually govern? >> 1000%, there's a sense of urgency in the country that i think you understand and your viewers understand, this is 30 or 40 years in the making, putting more money in the pockets of people, and we cut taxes for the top 1% 5%, 10% for the last 30 or 40 years the theory was it was going to trickle down to places like youngstown ohio or steubenville, that didn't happen, this is an attempt for us to put people, far -- put money in people's pockets, tax money for families, people, telling seniors, and telling people that they don't have to go and pay themselves for
hearing aids or glasses, that's money in their pockets. this is all about rebalancing this economic system that has been completely out of whack for 30 or 40 years, people are very impatient, i'm impatient, it's time to get it done. >> democrats are still hashing out the social safety net package, but what is in his universal pre-k, child tax credit tension, climate tax credits and incentives, funding for affordable housing, it would hugely benefit many ohioans of all ideologies in different backgrounds, republican or democrat, will passing joe biden's agenda help democrats win back working- class voters who went for trump? >> 1000%, i've been doing this for a while, i've grown up in northeastern ohio, cleveland and pittsburgh, we've seen a lot of promises made, tax cuts that were going to trickle down to the communities help us rebuild, that was not the
we're letting china run circles around us right now. this bill is about laying that groundwork. this is about social safety net, but this is about creating good-paying jobs for people. >> again, i think that democrats need to do a better job of convincing -- or showing republicans that it's actually good for republicans, especially working-class people and people who are in rural areas, that there's, you know -- they should incentivize them. before i let you go, i just want to talk to you about the senate race that you're in in ohio, which you are, you know, running for on the gop side, right? you have -- you know, it's a battle over who can be the trumpiest. former ohio state treasurer josh mendel. j.d. vance trying to show who's more loyal to the former
president. are you worried this race is going to become a referendum on trump instead of what ohioans actually need? >> no. ohioans are very pragmatic. i'll tell you what ohioans don't want. regardless of their political party or even their views, they don't want a senator who's got to go kiss someone's ring or someone's rear-end to go get the okay to vote a certain way. they want someone who's got ohio deep in their dna and is going to advocate for them, whether they're white or black or brown. who's going to bring the ohio business community together with the ohio workers so that we can rebuild our communities. they don't want to have fights. everyone's tired of the fights. they want common ground so we can get this on higher ground. someone that's going to work with business, but also make sure workers get cut in on the deal. i think the choice is going to be very, very clear on how ohioans want to move forward.
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a lot of news tonight including the weather. new york governor kathy hochul declaring a state of emergency for more than 20 counties ahead of the anticipated nor'easter. the rain is already coming down in the tri-state area, worrying officials that after the remnants of hurricane ida that caused deadly mass flooding in september, what could happen? what are the possibilities? our meteorologist pedram javaheri joins me now. pedram, good to see you. what are you expecting from this storm? >> you know, don, this has been a storm with a history of producing significant damage. it was the same storm last thursday into friday that impacted parts of california that's now moved 3,000 miles to the east, brought severe weather in the midwest. the concern is the storm undergoes bombogenesis or the bomb cyclone trend you often
here. it drops about 24 millibars of pressure within 24 hours. that is a rapidly intensifying storm system that is already strong because you notice, again, it has a history of producing 17 tornadoes. that was around the midwest. parts of missouri, an ef-3 observed there. right now you're seeing heavy rainfall pour in. washington, baltimore, working your way towards allentown and scranton. eventually this skirts in right towards portions of new york city later on tonight into tomorrow. the concern, don, is that over the next 24 hours, potentially later on tomorrow evening and tomorrow night, we get some very, very heavy rainfall, maybe one to two inches per hour. the national weather service taking this very seriously. about 40 million people underneath these flood alerts. notice where the heaviest guidance for the rainfall is. widespread coverage over the next two to three days here of four to six inches with potentially six-plus inches in areas around central and northern new jersey. again, you bring this much rainfall in an urban environment, you've seen how things played out in august and
on into september. the concern is some similar scenes in spots, maybe not across new york city, but in spots around the northeast in the next couple of days. >> let's talk about that. we were both covering that in early september, what happened in the tri-state area. there was massive flooding, even deaths. we'll be paying close watch on that. thank you, pedram. we appreciate it. up next, what is going on on the set? there's new information coming out about the gun incidents before alec baldwin accidentally shot and killed a cinematographer on the set of his latest movie. and i just didn't feel well. but then i found clearchoice. [ forde ] replacing marcia's teeth with dental implants at clearchoice was going to afford her that permanent solution. [ marcia ] clearchoice dental implants gave me the ability to take on the world. i feel so much better, and i think that that is the key.
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