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larry: i hadad a great time ande gutfeld child, he gave me a great idea for your consideration larry kudlow presents bad earth day i elizabeth: tonight, the growing liz: tonight the growing backlash against president biden tax hike critics and economist and wall street analysts say it would slam jobs and wall street telling us this is the first shoot the moon, it can't be a real thing, that is about hope but look at this biden's tax plan has already ignited a new fight in congress now democrats say biden's taxes will derail his agenda they may move to block it, national security advisor kt mcfarland, fox news contributed john duffy and deneen borelli and dwight
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murdoch and guy reschenthaler, john you, the former law clerk to supreme court court justice clarence thomas and attorney general mark bruno mitch, we will give you more a democrats angry outrage about the biden team massive new trilliontr dolr plan that you will have to pay for with your taxes. also biden and john kerry want the u.s. to double down on climate change, open arms okay with china's climate change plan. but a new study shows the world's worst polluters at stakes, pollution data, that being china and democrat michigan governor witmer in a firestorm she leaves the country in severe lockdown policy, now she's accused of covering up breaking her own guidelines by traveling out of state,ac growig backlash, he is now saying they
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are trying to claim that riots were fantasy insane everything was mostly peaceful and went out okay, we're gonna show you what his readers did not see, how he misled his readers by leaving out dramatic facts about the writing. the big growing pushback against covid-1919 restrictions, even me states proposing mask mandates indefinitely, plus will show you the double standard in the new pressure from the left in the media undresses amy coney barrett, they demand that she gives back into billion-dollar book advanced is bad optics they did not claim that one of the justices got the deals to an abiding at the border collapsing, we have the details and more on the government whistleblower who says border goers are burned out from the biden administration week border policies, this person is saying
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that your responsible and out of touch. we will show you the city were more people are dying from drug cartels and narcotics then covid-19. thank you for joining us i'm elizabeth macdonald and "the evening edit" start right now. ♪. liz: we begin with fox news contributor sean duffy, it's so great to see you, what is your take on the market present economist their calling biden's radical plan they say it's radical raising taxes to a level not seen in generations and doubling capital gains to more than 43%, what do you think of this move. >> it is radical because it will affect our ability to invest in the next generation of new companies inner innovators which create the next trillion dollar
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companies, this is bad for the american economy. i'm hearing these guys on wall street complain and the rich complain these are the very same people that funded the biden campaign and funded democrats to take over the senate and the house and this is no surprise they've talked about raising taxes when democrats do what they say there to do and those in front of them complained don't come crying to me you knew this was going to happen it could be horrible not just for them but the impact for middle-class americans who will be impacted in their job markets because there will be the growth necessary to great new jobs but not only that it does not bring in the revenue because you don't get the growth you don't have money coming in, we saw that with the tax cuts with substantial growth and we brought more money and even with lower rates because more people were working and making more money. liz: we see that democrats are sick and tired of this and democrats privately saying you will lose tax revenue if you tax capital gains at 30% or over
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that. another thing biden put people in california and new york and a rocketship out of the state because the federal and state rate would go to 60% and none of that is adjusted for inflation. >> right you can leave new york and california and go to texas and florida and it biden raises the taxes, waiting go yet defining new tax jurisdiction that will treat your capital well but it'll leave america and go somewhere else with these rates but i don't give democrats a pass, they might not like 43% capital gains tax but there at 30, 35, 40% t they're all about raising taxes and they're smart enough to know what the impact it has on the economy but they're in a place where they think it plays well on the argument of equality and equity so everyone can be equal and we can go after the rich and you'll get equality but to look like venezuela and cuba and you have
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quality of poverty and despair unless we fight back and win elections as republicans. liz: stocks are up on the factory and housing data the numbers were good and corporate earnings coming in well with the federal reserve goldman sachs and you will see $180 billion worth of stocks unloaded in the capitalal gains tax, even democrats admitting the federal government would lose $120 billion over ten years as people sit on their assets and they don't unload. what is interesting, connecticut and new jersey are talking about the first statewide property taxes to pay for disastrous lockdown policies this is coming on top of that. all of the stuff going on you been down to d.c. andnd you see what it's like can you tell us what do you think is going to happen. >> this is the first statewidewi property tax and there you have
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an income taxnc in connecticut f 7% and you will get more of your wealthy people when you tax them to go to a different state, the problem with that they take your liberal policies with them and elected them who are taxing them and then they go to florida or texas and vote for the same policy that they had in connecticut that will destroy florida and texas as well. again you want to be a great place for business, you have to tax people and build roadss and bridges and schools, we all went to pay taxes but if you taxes to death we will leave back what will happen in connecticut and i laugh at this to democrats have talkedno about being in favor of raising taxes but there also opposed to the salt taxes that don't like california and new york. liz: like three dozen democrat republican saint were gonna block your agenda if you don't give us the state and local tax
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deduction. then the white house has a perversese mentality saying we will raise the death tax because when we do m that people will unload and liquidatete their assets so more money in taxes, it is crazy thinking. >> here's a novel thought spend less money, that might help for new york and california might tax the people less so they don't get hit by this, that might work and we live within our means that would be great $30 trillion in debt is going to kill this country and our future. liz: thank you sean duffy, good to see you, thank youy. for joining us, look who's here kt mcfarland truck former national security advisor she knows a lot about washington. here's the thing i want to talk to you about biden and john curie want the u.s. to double down on climate change, they applaud china and they're okay with it climate change plan for harvard university and boston university saying the world's worstt polluter is staking the
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pollution data. what do you make of that story. >> nobody surprised the chinese have been faking their emission standards data for a long time. even when you look at what they say they're going to do, their pledge, there is nothing there it's like smoking ears, like we will try by 2060, 40 years from now they will be carbon neutral or maybe in a decade we will stop building the coal plants that we are building added in enormous rate right now. the chinese understand for the radical left and carrie and biden and the democrats empower that climate change has become a religion and they becomes a list and they don't want to look at the facts, they get one look at the evidence, they just want to pursue this agenda so the giants are thrilled because her getting america to pledge to stop our economic prosperity so china can surpass the united states
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economically, i'll give you an example, a friend of mine who builds internationally in energy companies internationally and he said here's what happens in china they build the coal plants and they put a lot of money into the filters that make clean coal, when they are inspected the filters are on so it looks like they're not polluting and reduced their mission, the minute the inspectors leave they turn the filters off and it produces electricity and generates electricity much cheaper. liz: there on a road push to world infrastructure firing away uncle plants then you have john kerry saying you're gonna lose your oil and gas job u.s. worker, you can go in make solar panels and president biden said these oil and gas workers should find green energy where they live. they can say that whenn they're on u.s. government paid for salary. this is another thing, you know
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this, this infrastructure green new deal is loaded with blue goggles and slush funds who are the capitalists close to john kerry going to make a lot of money besides china. >> exactly, if you look at the green new deal and all the bailout programs and investment of the infrastructure, it's not what they're investing in crony capitalist deals for people under the guise of investing in samerica's future, a lot is a green new deal which we cannot afford and were not sure works and will hamstring american economic development for a decade and probably a generation but they don't care about jobs, they don't care about their american economic growth in the rise of china at our expense but it's about as l.a. tree on the green new deal that they are somehow going to solve the crisis ofis the planet, what thy don't look at china is already at double the rate of omissions that we are and we can do all
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these things that they are proposing and it would be a drop in the bucket unless china do something about it in china doesn't have any intention of it. liz: thent other thing, natural gas, the other thing they're getting rid of natural gas jobs, un a conundrum in the flip, natural gas fires and empowers utilities that charge electric cars they're pushing to defend oil and gas and killing the keystone pipeline, they're doing all of that and then moving toward a policy that will benefit china because china dominates green energy, we don't get it. >> again it is l.a. tree, there is not logic. for example the united states because of fracking we have been able to replace because it's economically feasible we've been able to replace coal and oil with natural gas which is much cleaner, we are already reducing
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our mission because of fracking and the biden administration is against fracking they will put us in a position where it's more difficult for the united states to reduce emissions, here's the thing that bothers me, i participated in a webinar with the chinese foreign minister he basically said america get y yor nose out of taiwan, out of hong kong and the uighurs you o haveo right to criticize us on our domestic affairs then he had a kicker and he said if you expect progress on climate change then you really stick your nose out of those topics. liz: we will stay on that, thank you for the insight you always have great information, have a good weekend. fox news contributor jeanine bertinelli, governor witmer leads the country in severe lockdown now accused of covering up breaking her own guidelines to travel out of state. we will give you the story next.
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go right at it and don't hold back. here is an odd story, gretchen whitmer has the toughest lockdowns inr, the country, now she is accused of lying on a podcast, she claimed she did not travel out of state to florida saying she was in town the whole time, this is when she's telling others to stay home, what is she doing, what is going on. >> if she is lying about traveling to florida, what else is governor witmer of lying about, newsweek reports she has traveled three times in the last six months, the woman has no credibility whatsoever, she told her constituents not to travel meanwhile she was free and clear to travel, so we have a double standard, the huge hypocrisy in meanwhile how many michiganders would've loved to travel to go
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see their loved ones especially if they were in need, i'm sure there were a lot of them. liz: she is saying, let me back up, the governor is saying she did go see her father in florida reportedly he is ill same for personal reasons, to your point she's telling everybody else not to travel she said snowbird and spring breakers anybody else want to go to florida you will bring kobe back into michigan don't go. but then she went to florida, let's listen to what she said oh the michigan podcast, let's listen to what she told the reporter when he asked if she was able to take any days off for spring break. >> i was feeling down the whole time but the weather is getting nicer so i moving outside, that's the most exciting development. >> if you could go anywhere for spring break where would you have gone. >> i don't know, i haven't really thought about it, my
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first big trip as governor and last trip was israel. liz: she opened by saying i was in town the whole time during spring break. she wasn't, she was in florida, as you report, you are saying she was out of state three times she traveled out of state over the last six months. >> that's what i read thank goodness for the recording, the woman is l a liar, the citizens are fighting back in michigan, there is a petition i'm aware of where they have over 400,000 already and there are also several lawsuits against his governor she has been horrible for the state of michigan with the lockdowns, people can't go anywhere, can't do anything, they have been very harsh and harmful to her constituents and especially to their local economy.
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liz: she still wants masks for a children ages two - 4, she wants shut down restrictions on businesses, restaurants and bars that were supposed to fire up this week. the spokesman for the state of michigan, he is saying the problem wasn't that she visited her dad, she covered up and lied about it, that is the problem. >> i totally agree, i hope her father will be okay, what about other citizens who need to check in on their loved ones, the mandates in michigan have been her run this, governor witmer is a horrible governor, she is not a leader whatsoever and she's not the only democrat governor who has done terrible mandates and directives for their state. look at new york cuomo in the nursing homes, the poor elderly positive ones who were placed in nursing homes under governor mandate in the number of deaths that occurred because of their
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lousy leadership. it is outrageous. liz: the witmer administration does face a probe from the county prosecutor for putting patients back into nursing homes, a lot of people passed away in those nursing homes and covid-19. always terrific to have you on, come back soon. >> up next to roy murdoch, growing backlash against paul krugman, he is saying that the protests were all peaceful, riots were profanity, this is a stigma of the republicanma imagination, were going to show you exactly how he misled his readers and what he left outha what they did not get to see, the facts about the riots. >> i was front and center of the protest at the riots.
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national conversation, people who read different media are totally being misled and not getting information new york times columnist is trying to say it is a statement of republicans imagination that have ripped through the towns this past year, how can he mislead people. >> you're being too nice saying he's misleading, he is lying or he has a clinical level state of denial which i really recommend you go see a psychiatrist as soon as possible. we have the rights "coast to coast" after george floyd was killed, i stood on my balcony in manhattan and watch it and jump on nypd van knocked the wind chill then with the skateboard, the back windshield in middlesex, therefore there was a fire of the nypd van, the fire
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and smoke got into my lungs i s literally had the dissent in the lungs and a the smoke from a burning nypd van inside my lungs, i found it astonishing when he said there were no rights this is a stigma of our imagination there were rights "coast to coast" causing $2 billion of damage and 30 billion people killed in the aftermath of the george floyd rights, paul needs to get his h head out of the sea and and familiarize himself with his surroundings. liz: you point out 30 people killed in rioting paul krugman did not report on, i guess he's okay with retired captain david doran getting killed and ryan's, all the dozens of other people who were killed in minority neighborhoods destroyed, there be more abundant not to come back for generations as neighborhoods and communities anddo businesses and i don't knw if you saw this a university
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massachusetts researcher finding murder rates soaring dramatically in cities hit by blm and antifa up to 6000 extra deaths, that's astonishing. >> the left has a lot of really bad ideas but also deadly ideas and the idea of defund the police is not a matter of making police fill batter guilty which it certainly o has done that because a lot of police are in a complete defensive mode, they feel unloved, unwanted and threatened and they really re-cooling, they see this and you see homicide rates shooting up in los angeles, c chicago, minneapolis, seattle, portland, cities to defend the police i've seen homicides shoot to the roof, were talking about dead bodies, were talking about cadavers and paul krugman does not see this i'd feel better if you said i love the george floyd riots i appreciate the damage i'm in favor of the violent insurrection i wouldn't agree but at least i would say he
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recognizes the rights but instead he has his head in the sand and says these things do occur in their right wing fantasy and every american knows that these things really-- did happen and in fact killed people, dead people in the ground and paul krugman does not see that,ul unbelievable. liz: he's been disingenuous about his own background as a consultant for enron, remember the famous that collapsed california energy market. the other thing, speaking out as american as apple pie. that's in the constitution. we are talking about rioters that blinded police officers with things like lasers on purpose, they used power tools and wrenches, hammers, bricks, concrete blocks the police, injuring them, firebombing, molotov cocktails, how in the world can upper management at
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the new york times allow this to go on. paul krugman not reporting any ofof that, the new york times readers are being severely misled. >> they are, this is why i physically don't touch that and i very unkind andnd polite words to describe the horrible excuse of a news outlet, this is not news and does not serve anybody in its serving lies in the american public, we saw the police department in portland they have set fire with the police inside it's called attempted murder and what they want to do is burn police officers to death in addition to paul krugman being honest for a change would be refreshing, we need prosecutors to arrest these people and prosecute them in the for convicted throw them in jail for ae. long time, people engage in attempted murder when they try to bring down a police precinct with the cops inside and if they arrested they take their photograph, but the back on the street and think it's a
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high-five opportunity for antifa black lives matter, these people need to be prosecuted and thrown in prison for decades then we will see peace and quiet to restore the streets of america. liz: you are a great writer, i always love reading you, very interesting smart stuff and you saw firsthand what happened with riots in new yorker city. there roy murdoch, coming up republican congressman guy reschenthaler on a pushback against covid-19 restrictions as more states propose mask mandates indefinitely, we will tell you what states next. >> you think your martyrs because of the decisionsns you'e making when the statistics do not lie that the vast majority of the population is not atga rk from this virus the garbage workers who pick up my freaking trash risk their lives every day more than anybody in the school system, figure it out or get off the podium.
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liz: that's welcome too the show republican congressman guy reschenthaler, we have the connecticut governor saying we may do masks indefinitely require them until we get herd immunity, what do you say. >> the so-called experts have been wrong this entire time. now that you have the so-called expert connecticut, dr. fauci saying we may have to wear masks, until 2022 when there is no risk of the disease is ludicrous and we know we followed thed actual science and
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we look at the statistics on this, the mask mandate, the lockdowns do not work, florida and texas, their numbers have been dropping and they have far lower deaths per capita then states like michigan, pennsylvania and california that have adopted the lockdowns and mask mandates, dr. fauci was asked about this on another network wide texas is not seen the surge when they got rid of the mask mandate and he was stumped and said maybe they're doing things outdoors which leads to the question why do we need to wear masks outdoors, it is like one in 1000, there is no reason to wear masks when. you'e outside it defines logic and science, this is not about science this is about government control and it's about telling people what to do. liz: 560,000 dead, that is serious stuff, wear masks in
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nursing homes and hospitals, the debate do you put them on 2-year-old, michigan once, we want you to watch this the mother in georgia has had it with the school board about this issue, listen and watch. >> i know what i'm going to be met with ms. taylor from the cdc we did notor vote for people at thee cdc, we did elect leaders that do create policy and elected the five of you we chose you to make difficult decisions for our children we chose you to make decisions that would be in our children's best interest. liz: sit tight i want you to listen to senator rand paul. watch. >> if you want more people to get vaccinated joe biden should go on national tv, take his mask off and burn it, light a torch to it and burn his mask and say i've had the vaccine i t am safe from the plague if you get the vaccine you can be safe too, instead they say the vaccine
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might not work in a planetary world and the vaccine might not work, there is no evidence the burden of true should be on the government to prove that we are spreading it and then we will listen to them but instead it sounds like fear mongering. liz: there is a big pushback against people who talk like senator rand paul in the mom in georgia. there is a real serious fight about this. go ahead. >> senator paul, both exactly were correct, let's take senator paul there's no incentive to get a vaccine because you still have to wear a mask and socially distance, that defies science and logic it is a form of vaccineou denial when you say yu still have to wear a mask, he's exactly right we should be incentivized not being told that you have to act contagious which defies science, the woman seeking the school board is 110%
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correct when she says elected officials from school board all the way to congress has decision-making authority and the responsibility to unelected bureaucrats and government agencies like the cdc the cdc has had and still has dr. fauci that they can return to school, school boards and the teachers unions are refusing to go back to school, if you are a parent and moved by what that parent says at the school board, you should run for school board because the only way that we will rollback the far left in the government trampling our rights is we have to fill the positions of government from school board to planning commission all the way to the u.s. senate, we've got to get involved, maxine waters told liberals to take tos the street, i'm telling conservatives to run for office and we need to take this country back. liz: we have to get to the
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science, keep everybody safe, good to see you. >> democrats want political science i want real science. liz: we hear you, thank you so much. top legal eagle john yoo on new pressure on supreme court justice amymy coney barrett will show you the double standard, the democrats and media say. should get back or $2 million book advance, other justices goe the advances, no blowback against them. that story next. hi. i'm wolfgang puck when i started my online store wolfgang puck home
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has to return her to million dollar book advance that is bad optics. sonia sotomayor your got 2.1 million so did your boss clarence thomas, one or not million, what is a big deal. >> there should not be a big deal, but when it shows us this is another example of progressives in the left attacking our institution, the right to free speech, justices, our citizens and americans why don't they have the right to write books like everybody else. you can see it's partisan they only want liberals to write books but not conservatives, i don't remember the critics complaining as just de soto mayor wrote a book that got over a million dollars in advance as well, the second thing is part of the ongoing progressive attack on independent court of a piece with court packing in a piece with threatening justices like justice kavanaugh and the
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reason we can tell that is because these are not our rules that anybody in congress is proposing members of congress write books and get big advances, why not extended to former president they write books and get a lot of moneyey r that, it is being targeted at justices, the basic real we've had lots of justices write very important books. as long as they're not telling us how they're going to decide future cases and they preserve the neutrality supreme court cases that they will hear in the future, i don't think there's any problem with it. liz: they just want to shut down her free speech, it is free speech for me but not for the period during adler and democrats fail to push through to pack the court and expand it. nancy pelosi is not going to it up it's into did the biden commission, we do not know when that will come around another push to target and bring
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down amy coney barrett, there is a big case on monday coming up and it involves the koch brothers nonprofit giving money to the national campaign, she didn't get the money directly but the democrats want to force nonprofits to show the government and show t the worldf donors, that is a privacy violation and it comes at a time when protesters are showing up at the personal home and neighborhoods to harass public officials nationwide. you see the push is on here. i agree and i certainly hope the supreme court is not going to given to this pressure and change what is been an important role in protection of privacy and theri right to speak, is ben with us of the civil rights movement, let's keep in mind once issues are on the other foot, democrats in aclu used to defend the right of groups like
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the naacp brown versus board of education that ended legal segregation in our country we are the ones who benefited from having an ominous donors and not having to give out to hostile governments, just remember this is an important constitutional rights for all americans and sometimes it benefits conservatives and it benefits liberals and we shouldn't think about our constitutional rights, the other thing just a spirit is lots of different justices were members of different organizations and not supported of organizations, that doesn't mean once the on the court that this in all cases involving the former associations. liz: we hear you and we think the court has ruled on that if i'm not mistaken. you are terrific, good to see you come up next attorney general mark myrna mitchell that arizona of the border policy, it
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went nowhere. more on the governmenten whistleblower the said border wars are burned out because biden weakened the border policy saying they are responsible and out of touch, were gonna show you the city where more people are dying from drug cartels and narcotics than from covid-19. that story next. >> are policies were handled irresponsibly and they do not have any sense of realism. ♪ ♪ get 0.9% apr financing on the 2021 rx 350 experience amazing at your lexus dealer. when it comes to autism, finding the right words can be tough. finding understanding doesn't have to be. together, we can create a kinder, more inclusive world for the millions of people on the autism spectrum. go to autismspeaks.org.
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liz: joining us now arizona attorneyri general mark brnovic. i'd love for you to listen to this. we have sound from a whistleblower from homeland security who talk to sara carter of the border, listen to him say the biden administration is so out of touch they don't know what they're doing and they're basically putting a lot on border patrol. watch this. >> we recentlyly found out witha lot of optimism that it won't get better anytime soon. the policies were implemented irresponsibly and they do not have any senseny of realism of
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people that are not down here and have not come down here and they don't have significant law enforcement around the world and we've had the back and you are not equipped to manage the human capitalism in working this. liz: he is saying the biden team on the border policy are you responsible, no sense of realism, they have no law enforcement background he is effectively saying they don't know what they're doing and they're burning out border patrol having to do with this. what do you say sir? >> i have been down to the border i was talking to ranchers i talked to the portable to agents and they are demoralized in the biden of administration is incentivized in a criminal life people coming acrossndg the
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border, border patrol agents are overwhelmed that the biden of administration is minimizing it i invited vice president harris down to the border to come visit with me into talk about the law enforcement issues in the drug trafficking and thehe traffickig and they told me too pound sand they did not respond and i don't know how a bunch of folks in d.c. can c understand at the border coming here and see daintily what's going on that fear for their safety and talking to the sheriff's and letting you know about one or two pursuits per day, all the drugs coming across the border, talking to the local officials and how their overwhelmed that they don't know what to do withe all the migrants coming in and how their overwhelmed the social services. liz: a critic might say this is deeply cynical the administration's reaction to this and they don't want to go there because they don't want to take responsibility for so they don't get hammered on later on
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in election, that's why they are avoiding it, san francisco, more people are dying from synthetic opioids that now pouring in to san francisco and people dying from covid-19, that is san francisco now we have a biden border fixedco collapsing. your state and in texas,co for hotels, we are not going to house 600 illegal immigrant families in the border crossings are growing, you guys are in the state b of emergency, what are e border towns expensing? >> they have been overwhelmed, folks like the mayor even before our governor this cleared a state of emergency had to declare a state of emergency because the portable juul agent are dropping folks off, if you talk to the folks in the county they will tell you the people in short-term custody are being the least, even being pickup, one of
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the things i keep pointing out to folks i am a first generation american, i understand why people want to come to the country but we have to have order in a process and right now were expecting 2 million people to cross over the border illegally, that is the entire state of nebraska coming over, it is overwhelming the ngos and local government and its overwhelming law enforcement in one big thing that is changed with the previous migration that we thought in this country is the cartel, they make money off every single person that crosses a border, nothing comes across without the making their money, they are using this not only to exploit the migrants but to increase the amount of drugs coming into our country. liz: a excess in the biden administration is enabling the cartel. mark brnovich, thank you for joining us will have you on soon, we really appreciate your insight, i am elizabeth
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