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a walkoff run. have a great weekend. ♪ elizabeth: tonight, there's growing talk again of reinstating mask mandates due to the covid delta variant. there's mass confusion from coast to coast. school districts say no need for a mask, others say, yeah, wear them. parents are suing, parents are suing but the cdc says fully reopening the schools in the fall, no need to wear a mask if you're vaccinated the wy walking back the hhs secretary who a alarmed the country saying, quote: it's absolutely
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the government's business to know who has not been vaccinated. also tonight conservatives at cpac in dallas today, they're blasting away at lockdowns and progressive runaway spending and more. former president trump is the headliner on sunday. on the show tonight, congressman michael cloud, former white house chief information officer teresa payton, fox news contributor sean duffy, retired army captain and nevada gop senatorial candidate, he is sam brown. also dr. marty makary, former deputy national security adviser kt mcfarland, ford o'connell and tom homan. more on hhs secretary becerra saying the government has a right to know who is not vaccinated because the government has spent trillions of dollars of your money on the pandemic. becerra says he's been taken wildly out of context. he does not say how. plus, the update on this controversy, big tech censorship of conservatives. look at this new report that
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shows google's youtube algorithm actually recommends and amplifies hateful, violent content and misinformation. youtube says it is trying to fix the problem. tonight we also have with us army veteran sam brown. he's going the talk to us about twitter red flag his july 4th tweet of his salute in uniform. and more fallout from that bombshell reuters report that says that china and its military are collecting dna, genetic data from millions of pregnant women around the world for population research and to become an economic and military superpower. u.s. intelligence out with a major warning. we're going to talk to you about it. plus, blowback against the media for touting michael avenatti as a superstar, a presidential contender and for his credibility. we've got the highlight reel on that. he's heading to prison. and top democrat james clyburn now says that defund the police is a real problem for the democrat party.
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it's damaging the party. he's saying it could, quote, destroy the progress i agenda. progressive agenda. ing thanks for joining us. i'm elizabeth macdonald. "the evening edit" starts right now. ♪♪ elizabeth: welcome to the show, you're watching the fox business network. we begin tonight with cpac, the conservative political action conference, kicking off today in dallas, texas. former president trump will be the headline speaker this sunday. lydia hu is in that's with more. lydia? >> reporter: good evening, liz. former president donald trump will take the stage on sunday to address the crowd, but already happening this afternoon there's been open speculation by speakers as to whether he will run again in 2024. watch this. >> i spent the time with him last week in mcallen, and he looked over and said to me, dan, are you ready for one more in
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2024? [cheers and applause] >> reporter: -- conservative voices have been taking the stage this afternoon, liz, addressing some current issues like pushing back on big tech and censorship, pushing back on cancel culture, securing the border and achieving energy independence. we have speakers coming up in just a few moments, donald trump jr. will be addressing the crowd gathered this afternoon. south dakota governor kristi noem and dr. ben carson coming up this weekend. anyone can follow along with live coverage by watching on the fox nation app, liz. elizabeth: lydia, thank you so much. it's good to see you. look who's back with us now, texas congressman michael cloud. we also -- he was appointed by house gop leader mccarthy to the big tech censorship task force and with us is former white house information officer teresa payton. your assessment of president
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biden's trust-buster action today, sweeping executive order to break up monopolies. how's this going to go down? >> well, it'll be interesting to see what happens because i have said for years that big tech, social media must be more transparent around how their governance process works for suspending accounts. suspending people and suspending actual posts and how their algorithms work. and it looks like the biden administration is not taking them at their word that they're going to do better, and he's taking sort of an offensive strike. it'll be interesting to see how it plays out. a. elizabeth: you know, picking up what teresa just said, congressman, what is your take on, you know, the president picking up what republicans are doing, you know, scrutinizing big tech's mergers more closely, looking at the consumer data they can collect. is that good enough or can more be done? >> well, we're going to have to see if the walk a matches the
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talk -- walk matches the talk after today's executive order. of course, that's been an issue with a lot of the things coming out of the white house over the last few months. the thing is we all remember when these big companies were small tech companies, and they were great american success stories, and they were going to do it right. the tragic thing has been to see how the absolute power has caused corruption in those companies and them in what they've done in the last election, in declare themselves -- declaring themselves the arbiters of truth and canceling people from their platforms for voicing their first amendment rights. these are very tragic, a tragic turn of events over the last several years. so we definitely will continue our work to push back on what's happening with big tech. elizabeth: got it. okay, we've got three dozen states and washington, d.c. suing google in an antitrust case about google's power of control over its app store. here's the question about twitter and facebook, if they
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can censor third-party content, why should they get government protection from lawsuits in section 230? if. >> yeah, it'll be interesting to see. obviously, our laws really struggle to keep up with all the technology innovations and transfora missionings. and by the time we decide on a law, this technology's going to change on us and what's hot and what's not is also going to change. but it will be interesting to see if at some point a decision will be made around big tech and social media platforms. will they actually have to not only not have the protections under 230, but will they actually be considered at some point sort of a publisher of content? you know, they do publish the news. they are making sure that, you know, certain posts if they're reported or they hit their algorithms, that they're suspended or not showed as frequently. so they're make decisions around a what's going to be hot and what's not going to be hot that's posted on their
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platforms. and that may actually create a sort of whole new way of looking at them. will they actually be considered more of sort of a news media industry and have to follow those rules. elizabeth: or, congressman, phone carriers, right? they're not public scares. -- squares. they're private companies, the first amendment applies here. but the issue is they are dominating the discourse. there's two or three of them that are really setting the agenda and the national conversation, and because of their lawsuit protection, they get to pick and choose what their ceos agree with or what their culture and companies agree with, right? >> yeah. well, they're publicly-traded companies, and they've grown into almost virtual monopolies. that would be a certain court case to find out where it falls, but the thing that we know from a pragmatic standpoint is they have used their influence corruptively, you know, and that's something we're going to have to look into and make sure that we continue to push back
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on. you know, when we see them basically -- we hook at a what they called science and not science during covid. literally, they've cost american lives when we look at what's going on and the voices they silenced on just different scientific issues over the last little bit. we have to, we have to be bold in standing up to this. we need -- they've definitely, i would say, are publishers at this point because they're making editorial decisions. even just the google algorithm that decides what you see on the first page, you know, there's been plenty of studies to show that that is skewed depending on what's going on even and especially during election cycles to make sure that, you know, conservative content doesn't make it to that first ten, ten items. and so these are definitely editorial decisions, you know? there's going to be a move the bring some is regulation to it. we have to be very careful on how we do that because big companies love regulations because it drives out competitors. elizabeth: got it. congressman michael cloud and teresa payton, it's good to see
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you. come back soon. next up, sean duffy. sean, it's great to have you back on. you're a fox news contributor. youtube is the most visited web site in the world after google. we though that google and youtube have been accused of censoring conservatives. former president trump is naming youtube in a class action lawsuit. here's the thing, a new study out of the mozilla foundation of 37,000 people in 91 countries found that, yeah, youtube's algorithm actually recommends an amplified content -- amplifies violent content. that's a big, astonishing finding. what do you say? >> you know, youtube is about making money for google. and when you have more eyeballs, you have more views and, frankly, you make more money. the problem is that profit is a secondary motive for youtube. their primary motive is american
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politics because they have censored -- as you just had in the last segment -- they care more about shutting down conservative speech than making money off the eyeballs that would come on their platform and watch that conservative speech. and my view is our founders never thought you'd have these oligarchs out there controlling the platforms in the public square in which people commune candidate. i agree with the last can be communicate. and i agree that the government needs to step in and make sure there's an open forum in which all ideas can be expressed. i think we have to preserve it. elizabeth: you know, so 71% in this study found that youtube's videos were disturbing. they included conspiracies about 9/11, conspiracies about the pandemic and much more. and while they're blanking out conservatives, this is going on. so lawmakers have been trying to crack open their black boxes. that's not going to happen. >> no. elizabeth: what is the fastest avenue to getting a true and honest conversation going in this country via these platforms? >> listen, i think you need to break them up, and i think you
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need competition. you look at other conservative platforms that have come online and been shut down, parler being one of them, by amazon, apple and google. the three most powerful companies that control phones and the cloud space were able to shut down a conservative competitor. so again, i think you break them up. you'd get more competition. but, again, liz, i don't want google and anyone saying this is hateful, you know, this is false because they'll apply that standard to conservative speech. i think we should err on the side of letting speech, you know, into the ethos and let people decide for themselves whether it's true or not or let them exam false stories -- examine false stories, laugh at it, dismiss it. we're smart people. human beings have brains. let them come to the truth. having, you know, elites censor what speech can make it on to the platform, what we talk about in this study, that analysis can be applied to conservatives, and it is being applied to conservatives. let's get back to free speech. let's have a debate.
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that's really good. it'll be actually really good for google's bottom line because they'll get more views and advertisers when they let more conservative speech on their platform. elizabeth: yeah, that's interesting. the cure for bad speech is more speech. but, you know, social media's saying they kicked off donald trump because of inflammatory rhetoric about the capitol riots and the fear he was going to incite more violence. >> they also shut down the hunter biden story and the laptop and the tie-in to joe biden right before the election because they were trying to help joe biden win. right? they care about politics more so than profit. but as you see in this study, they do care about profit in some regard when it doesn't affect american politics. and so, again, do i think liberals should hear donald trump? of course they should. should we hear add radical leftists as conservatives? hosk we should. that's how we come to a consensus to listen to each other. and when it doesn't happen, i think you get bad results. elizabeth: got it.
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you're about consensus. sean duffy, it's good to see you. up next, u.s. army retired captain, he is veteran sam brown. he's joining us to break down why did twitter red flag his july 4th tweet of his salute in uniform? he's a purple heart recipient. captain sam brown joins us next e when "the evening edit" continues. >> if he's badly wounded, he's doing everything right in the private sector trying to help his fellow soldiers, he's a great american, and he happens to be a republican candidate for the u.s. senate in nevada. i think a lot of these things twitter should be ashamed of. i don't know if it's because he was a republican political candidate that they did this, but they should issue an apology. and they have to be held accountable. ♪ muck this past year has felt like a long, long norwegian winter.
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spend with you and your audience and talk about this important issue. you know, as you know, i am a veteran who served in afghanistan. i proudly served this country. i was wounded and happened to have been rather scarred by the wounds. and so i thought it was rather appropriate on the fourth of july for us to just reflect back on the fact that freedom isn't free. so i have a photo of me after i was wounded in uniform saluting the flag. i posted that and just simply stated that america is still the best nation in this world. that's something i believe in my core. and watched next was really fascinating. first of all, the tweet went viral. for approximately three days, there was over 2.5 million views on that tweet. and what happened after that was rather shocking. i don't really understand twitter's motivation, but they decided to put a sensitivity cover on that photo of me saluting the flag. and it could be that they
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thought my scars were somewhat offensive and needed to be sheltered from people. it could also be that they found the fact that a soldier saluting the flag to be offensive. or worse yet, this censorship came literally hours after i filed to be the republican candidate in the u.s. senate race here in nevada. so the worst case scenario is they're censoring conservatives literally on the same day president trump had his press conference. now, look, we know that twitter is not afraid to censor conservatives. they took down president trump while he was still sitting in the white house. they've already begun ken soring me on -- censoring me on my third tweet on the day that i announced my candidacy. and if, frankly, they're censoring americans all over this country. look, this is getting to the point of why i'm running. the political class, the political elites in this country have betrayed the american people. they've abandoned their values. and i'm running to represent the
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values of real americans, those of us who are, who have just been left behind and had to have the policies and the regulations forced down our throats. this leads me -- elizabeth: [inaudible] >> yep. elizabeth: yeah, go ahead. finish your thought. >> oh, i was just going to say if twitter can to this to president trump, if they've already done it to me as a brand new u.s. senate candidate, they can do it to -- they can fully remove me from this platform. and so i would just ask you and your audience to join people like me, go to my web site, captain sam we can stay connected there, because there's no promise that i'll still be on the platform tomorrow. elizabeth: okay. you're a purple heart recipient. you sustained injuries from an ied explosion during your deployment to afghanistan in 2008. your colleagues there were under attack. so you've served our country,
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and you've sacrificed for our country. can you respond to this, there's a black lives matter chapter in utah that is saying that, basically, the american flag is a symbol of hatred and that people who hold up the flag are racists. what do you say to that? >> you know, this is, this is just -- it's tragic. it's, this is the type of divisive language that americans are tired of. it's being parroted by fringe groups, and i heard one of your guests earlier. he said that, frankly, we need to be able to hear these things so that the american people can discern what is right and wrong. but the fact of the matter is americans of all races and nationalities have fought on behalf of that flag. s it is a unifying symbol, and i believe it is offensive to those who have sacrificed for their freedoms that they would say such a thing. elizabeth: all right. captain, it's great to have you
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on. we want to talk to you some more. if you could, we would love to have you come back soon, captain brown. thank you so much for joining us, and thank you for your service to our countriful we'll have you back on. >> appreciate it. elizabeth: still ahead, dr. marty makary weighs in on pandemic pandemonium, is what i'm trying to say. there's mass confusion. growing talk of reinstating mask mandates due to the delta variant. parents are suing school boards over masks, and now the cdc is saying you need to wear a maas -- don't need to wear a massing if you're vaccinated. we've got more on the white house and the hhs secretary, we've got this story next as well. stay there. >> it does sort of reveal that the biden administration, you know, everything within the biden administration at this point is political. but, i mean, this is pretty stunning if you stop and think about it. you know, being pro-choice is out the window. medical privacy is out the window now with the democratic
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>> if we do so is because not of any data, there's noea new data that would suggest that mask mandates are necessaryryry righw and there is a lot of fear mongering, look at the language that we are using the so-called dominant strain that it is dominating, it's dominating society at a low level infection in society and most of those infections among the low level happened to be with his variant all covid variant, it's a little more contagious but all covid is contagious it's not like it's going to jump 30 feet were as the other virus could only jump a foot or two we have to put things in context. elizabeth: let's move onto this the cdc is now saying you don't need to wear aea mask of your vaccinated inside schools, they want schools to be fully reopened in the fall the cdc and
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fda is saying fully vaccinated people do not need a booster shot for the delta variant but we have the teachers union pushing back against all of that in places like california, sacramento reinstating mask mandates. you see the mass confusion. >> absolutely people have a right with all the mixed messaging in the cdc with a lot of credibility, what they put out is a good step into baby step and it moves us towards a little more rational policy in the guidance that they gave on schools they said specifically something many of us have been baking for a long time that is language that said even if you cannot leave all of these recommendations, it's important to meto anyway the school should not be closed and they even stated and acknowledge the harm of being out of school so the misguidance is a step forward in about 15 months late but it is good. elizabeth: let's talk about this the white house walking back the
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hhs secretary saying it is the government's business to know who is vaccinated he said his comments were taken out of context is not explaining how they were taken out of context but let's listen to what he had to say. watch this. >> we should point out the t federal government spent reasons of dollars to keep americans alive during the pandemic it is sabsolutely the government business knocking on the door has never been against the law you don't have to answer but we hope that you do if you have a been vaccinated we can hope to dispel some of the rumors and hopefully get you vaccinated. elizabeth: that's a weird thing to say that the government has a right to know whether your vaccinated because the federal l government spent trillions of dollars of your tax money on the pandemic, what do you thinknk about that. >> i think money does not ensure our right of the government to do anything they're not entitled to it, here's the problem i think a lot of us have suggestee for a long time that we have
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mobile clinics going to hard-to-reach populations and if they knock on the door, i think that is actually something that we've been doing for a long time and it may make sense, the problem is what were seen as a general change from being pro-vaccine to vaccine fanaticism, what it means is ignoring natural immunity, initiating mandates in young healthy kids without any data to support it and keeping track of people and vilified those who have chosen not to give vaccinated we need to respect their decision, make the case but the idea that there slowing down our progress in, no, they do so at their own individual personal risk. elizabeth: dr. fauci said 99% of the people who are dying are not vaccinated now there's a pushback against the other government knocking on the diversity of the vaccinated, jen psaki said criticism of the door-to-door campaign is a disturbed to the country and she say the information talking to
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people about the efficacy of vaccines is literally killing people, your reaction to all of that. >> we have forgotten why we underwent all of these restrictions a year end half ago it was because hospitals were being overburdened, at this point you as an individual and every american can choose to protect themselves with incredible ability of the vaccines of severe illness is not perfect testing positive but it does protect against severe illness those who choose not to do so pose no risk to public health or have a risk to themselves i think this is gonna context. elizabeth: doctor marty makary, thinking for joining us. more fallout fromlo the bombshel reuters report that we brought you last night china and its military are collecting dna data for millions of pregnant women around the world via china's
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learn how you can help at elizabeth: more on the bombshell from reuters have an impact around the world the stories going viral that china is collecting dna data from 8 million pregnant women in 52 countries to do population research and to become an economic and military superpower the one that would dominate the world back with his former deputy national security advisor kt mcfarland, what was your reaction when you heard china's group selling prenatal test that pregnant women use that they have been sharing the women's
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dna with china's military and china's intelligent services, your reaction to the story. >> is the pieces of the puzzle are starting to come together is not a pretty picture remember a year or so ago major data hacks omof pharmaceutical companies ad healthcare companies we weren't quite sure why with the chinese want tod hack that, add to that the research they were doing at the w wuhan lab where we know tt they were working on genetics sequence and genetically modifying viruses to make them more lethal and more contagious, a part of this there is a legitimate explanation which is china looks at the future in the technology of the future and has said they want to dominate all of these technologies like artificial intelligence, microng processing but also bioengineering and viral or mystical, what they're doing,
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the good old days you would have laboratories whereci scientists would come up with vaccines or come up with medication and then they would do trial test first on guinea pigs and rats and then on people this is putting this in the other direction they're taking the dna information on but announced to the people who were handedd it over and they're using the dna to create presumably medications but maybe there is something, i'm worried there's more something sinistero going on. elizabeth: that's what reuters isis reporting they could be developing bio weapons, counterintelligence and security centers warning don't use the prenatal test on china's group because of just giving the dna genetic data to china's military and intelligence bgi stains for beijing institute to subsidiaries around the commerce
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department blacklist because they have been involved targeting ethnic minorities like the moves on uighurs, this is what this company has beenn involved in this is just the tip of the iceberg, your final word on that. >> tip of the iceberg and waited to go from here, one of the things of the senior chinese leadership is talked about when they talk of the uighurs of the concentration camps they say there's too many of them, there's a much higher percentage of the population that they should be, the reproducing more quickly, this is getting into scary territory. elizabeth: it sure is, thank you for joining us will have you aback on soon, good to see you. up next ford o'connell joins us he's going to weigh in on the blowback against the media michael avenatti is a star as a presidential contender they say he has a lot of credibility we
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have the highlights this guys heading to prison for trying to extort nike indies facing other whopping charges as well, the story next on "the evening edit". >> this guy shady legal maneuvers pulling victims out of his hat to destroy kavanaugh he was sucking up to everybody with all his grandiosity they got suckered into the sky hitched a wagon because they thought this is going to be the silver bullet.. ♪ this past year has felt like a long, long norwegian winter. but eventually, with spring comes rebirth. everything begins anew. and many of us realize a fundamental human need to connect with other like-minded people. welcome back to the world. viking. exploring the world in comfort... once again.
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elizabeth: cnn and msnbc touted michael avenatti as a presidential contender of the 2020 election he got glowing immediate profile including the new york times now he's going to jail for two and half years to try to extort nike let's will come back to the show gopop strategist ford o'connell this
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wasn't the end of a he faces charges that could supersede the nike sentence he faces a maximum 333 years in prison after federal grand jury indicted him that he stole millions of dollars from his clients how did everybody fall for this guy. >> is a lawyer myself i have no sympathy for michael avenatti i hope he spends the rest of his life in prison uses a shameless huckster that exploited and defrauded his clients and violated his sacred oath as an attorney, that said i do think the establishing media should be punished for enabling this monsters stardom the red flags are there they chose to ignore it. elizabeth: let's watch h what happened with the glowing coverage of michael avenatti, watch this. >> you like the holy spirit, all places of all kinds. >> were back with attorney michael avenatti he's the main player, sitting beside me, you
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have to guess and his name is michael avenatti. >> he's a rock star. >> michael avenatti. >> for president in 2020. >> threats to the matrox presidency welcome attorney, naughty. >> if they decide they value a fighter most people would be foolish to underestimate michael avenatti. >> he is a beast. >> he is a beast he had a 2020 thinking tears as a contender because his presence onca cable news. >> your currently leading the pack among 2020 contenders when the democrat side. elizabeth: really, really forest, listen let me back up when you're standing in the same corner agreeing with each other getting emotional and not to sticking to the facts of the
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story you're going to walk into stupidity and idiocy like we just witness on camera. >> your exactly right it took a small time unvented lawyer of more than 250 timese, in 2018 wy do they want to make him a hero because he was anti-trump antirepublican and he played the part toi- a t that the corporate media does they turn people into heroes and run them on 24/7 because they believe if you hate trump enough that justifies putting avenatti on the air. elizabeth: he was on more than half of the year in 2018, he also put forward julie swetnick who alleged brett kavanaugh engaged in gaining leak, the crew agility the incredulous way that they dealt with this guy and he represented actor stormy daniels and now she's saying she feels like a victim because he
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stole from her to. go ahead. >> they gave her more than $200 million and the reason is very simple because he was anti-trump and antirepublican and they did not care about the baggage that went with it, stormy daniels and the red flags were there in september 2018 tucker carlson made the point to michael avenatti on fox news that essentially you pose yourself as a feminist and your exploiting stormy daniels and before he became a household name he was a tax dodge and domestic abuse allegations and it was all there everyone chose to ignore because he was hating trump and that's what msnbc and cnnea wanted to hear and now you want to know whether some trust in the media, this is why. elizabeth: the show we put on camera exactly the things t trumpets said to the night of the capital riots we covered things that trumpets said you
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just go out in the middle-of-the-road, be factual but what we saw felt like flat out hucksterism, fax free debate and everybody agree with each other and everybody reinforcing their own opinions about things but not drilling down to the facts of what was going on as a major pandemic exploded in everybody's faces because they weren't checking what china was doing. and funding supervises research in the wuhan lab and a long history leaks to the laboratory. we get distracted by the tiny little stupid things and then the big things blow up. >> journalism needs to get back to the facts in the policy and unfortunately right now what is happening in journalism, journalism is no longer journalist, they're gonna tell you against the american public.
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>> let me tell you something is not just the new york j times tt form an opinion about it, that is not reporting, that is not journalism thank you for joining us. former police officer tom homan is here to tell us what he thinks about top democrat james clyburn saying deep in the police, the real problem for the democrat party. not during the party any good he said it could destroy the progressive agenda, the bombshell from james clyburn. stay withyb us. ♪ ♪ experience, hyper performance that takes you further. at the lexus golden opportunity sales event. get 0.9% apr financing on the all 2021 lexus hybrid models. experience amazing.
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elizabeth: back with us now former police officer and top border patrol tom homan, great to have you back on, top democrat james clybourn lighting into msnbc anchor saying the defend the police logan is wrecking and destroying the progressive agenda damaging the democrat party that is hurting democrats, this is quite the revelation from james clyburn, what you stated this. >> i'm surprised it took me a year to figure that out, look at the results of defending the police new york city, chicago, portland, los angeles where crime is running rampant when we about this i came
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on the show and i said every dollar we take away from police will equal more crime than the neighborhoods in the longer response time, less equipment get in i wasvas to i the ice director and a sound like a lot of money but when yot get the budget you have to decide what you can andci can'to when you take a dollar for police department your taken officer off the street and i thinkt they're realizing that te call for defunding was ridiculous rhetoric. elizabeth: i feel so cynical, these individuals empower had been around for years joe biden has been around since the nixon administration, nancy pelosi and chuck schumer since oregano administration al sharpton sincx decades now he finally said youy have to focus on inner-city killings after 100 people, nearly half 100 sean chicago why did it take them y so long to realize if you do phone cops people are going to get killed let's watch clyburn. >> i can tell you is black
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people, if you know that that's true look at the results of what happened i know what i'm talking peoplend talk to everyday and defend the police is mutual cooler run the democratic party, ask harrison who is running for the united states senate in south carolina, ask him ask abigail and virginia weiss edit. i said it because it is real it is a real problem. in 1960 david burns destroyed the movement and defend the police will do the same thing to progressive movement today. this is no the right thing for ty
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and security, it is about election he is saying is hurting their reelection chances, although some they see the light because it's about the political future and then to get reelected i said months ago yet. enter people like mayor de blasio took a billion dollars at the nypd and had 21 nypd
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officers protecting him and his family. you have all these congressman on the democratic side of the house that want to defund the police, however, they've never defended the capital police and never defunded their security details provided by the taxpayers, i said months ago if you want to defund the police then lead by example and defund security detail first, they will not do this. i listen very carefully, you display that is all about elections we need to change our tune or we will not get reelected. elizabeth: riots in crime got nixon reelected, quick ten seconds, you defund the police at the same time house democrats want to defund the border security. >> meanwhile they have a fence around capitol hill, capital police running them but we can have a wall on the southern
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border protecting americans in this country that is coming across and record rates, criminals or intranet record rate shares or complaining about the rising crime if they did not have the protection of their security details on the capital but we can have security on the southern border, ridiculous. elizabeth: thank you for joining us and thank you for your service to our country, that doesn't browse i'm elizabeth macdonald you been watching "the evening edit", we hope you have a good evening and a good weekend, join us again monday >> muscle-bound heroes... >> my dad said, "if i'm gonna do conan, it's gonna be done my way." >> curvy vixens... >> when i look at the female characters that dad did, mom was okay with that? >> the da vinci of fantasy art. >> this entire visual genre traces back to this one artist. >> how much did it sell for? >> about $1.1 million. >> but when he's gone, a real battle takes shape. >> how bad did it get? >> i'm not close to my brother anymore. even today we don't talk. >> can the next generation save the family and its fortune? >> i think i was like their last hope. >> my grandfather deserves to


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