try the cooling, soothing relief or preparation h. because your derriere deserves expert care. preparation h. get comfortable with it. larry: hats off to trent talbot keeping these left-wing books out of kids' hands is ter kennedy: thanks for having me, great to be back kittens. scroll back to the top, nuts, just when you thought it was about to get back to normal, the mask mandates is creeping in. a confusing mess of rules no one understands now parents in one state are fighting back. according to experts mask are needed to help in the cases of rise of delta variant, we're told are more contagious.
and dr. fauci supports it. watch. >> do you think masks should be brought back for vaccinated americans? >> this is under active considering. we're in a situation with a lot of dynamics of infection, even if you are vaccinated you should wear a mask. kennedy: you should wear a mask, i am wearing one. more of fauci's critics say this is about control, not science. especially when it comes to the vaccinated people. is that not one of the points of the vaccine, you no longer have to mask up. nothing is more confusing than patchwork of mask rules for upcoming school year, some districts requiring masks, others are not, never mind that kids are safe from infection and not good at transmitting it, a group of thousands of ern parents in california are suing governor arguing that masks are worse to the mental wealth of
children than virus. are we on cusp of mask nation 2.0 or will common sense win out, tonight a man panel. gary and shannon show, gary hoffmann. we have the legendary camille foster and host of the richard fowler show it is richard fowler, welcome to you, let's get right into this. so, gary, i was one of those people that was excited to get the vaccine, i thought it would give me some sense of my freedom back, that was taken away by local, state and federal government, if fauci says people who have been vaccinated have to wear a mask, they have a bog big problem with vaccine skepticism
then why people who are not gotten the jab get it. >> a great question, i want to ask, why? why do i have to wear a face panty if i have been vaccinated? i got my one johnson & johnson april 1, whatever they say, the the reason i did it, because, i wanted to get back to what some sense of normalcy here in california, that is was crazy to begin with. to think that would happen. but, ask anthony fauci why? if the vaccine works, why do i have to wear a mask? is it to make other people feel better? we should not make policy on feelings. if it because you think i can get the virus, or that you think once i have a covid beinger, i will trans-- booger, i will transmitt it, then you will not
be following science that has been out there. kennedy: you are in california as well camille, you know that second they let go of a little bit of that control, they get very uncomfortable feeling, i knew it was only time before they reeled it back in what does it feel like you in northern california. >> i would say state and national level, there is a lot of over concern in particularly the hysteria around delta variant, you see more and more people wearing masks inside, out outside, and various other circumstances. where they were not before, i think that hysteria and official hysteria surrounding risks posed to kids by covid, this is something that is disconcerting it is at odds with push to get people vaccinated. we need to be honest about risk posed to children, a tragedy 500 children have died as a result
of contracting covid and losing, but that is off the 650,000 americans, who have died. that number is also tragic. but, we're talking about less than 1%. we know that children are not nearly as vulnerable to covid even without them being vaccinated, say urge the age of -- under the age of 12 because of restriction, kids are relatively safe, because we're vaccinated we could look out for symptoms of infection to keep kids sam safer if their crass cs there may be consequenced to force 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds to wear the masks. kennedy: your daughter is a preschooler, she is that age. reading people's faces is a critical component of language development and consciousness. it is how we as humans make the world fit.
but also what is critical is the themental health of the kids ine country, we lost far more kids to sue said because of the pandemic than the virus. you don't hear leaders and teachers unions talk about that. and i i don't think they care about their mental health, shame on them forever for that. >> thank you for having me, i think we have to find a balanced approach, you are right to point out idea of putting a new mask mandate after folks have said, and cdc guidance says you don't have to wear a mask if you are vaccinated. that will be a hart push for federal -- hard push for federal government. in place we have low vaccination rates and high infection rates because of delta variant, health officials are saying if you are unvaccinated and you don't want to take vaccine probably proven for your own health to wear a mask, i think when you see
teachers doing is they are fighting for mental health count counsellers and social workers in school to deal with the emotional and social needs of students. kennedy: they are not getting social workers if they are not in school. >> that is -- i think we're clear that we'll go back to 5 days a week school. kennedy: saying they don't want to go back and teach until they are safe. and that nonsense, i will note stand by as a -- not stand by as parent of kids in public schools in new york city, let them sit out another year. >> that is valid point, we're back-to-school. kennedy: i bet that de blasio will cave to teachers and teacher unions. they are not going to have 5 days a week, i am talking local -- teachers in new york, they are trying to sit it out for another school year, meanwhilite
glass. eat glass. >> accusing dr. fauci of lying to congress about research in wuhan china. >> dr. fauci knowing that it is a crime to lie to congress, do you wish to retract our statement of may 11 you claimed nih never funded gain of funked function research. >> i have never lied in congress. >> to humans you say that is not gain of function. >> correct. and senator paul, you do not know what you are talking about. >> they took animal viruses that only occur in animals they increase trans misbility to human, how can say that is not gain of function. >> it is not. kennedy: yesterday dr. fauci contradicting himself again, claiming it was a moral
imperative. >> the research was done, very regulated it was reviewed. it was given progress reports, and published in open literature, i think if you look at back rashal why it was started it was almost as if you didn't pursue the research wow u would be negligent. kennedy: transparency in china, that happened. or did it, everything has pretty much been destroyed. can the doj be trusted to get to the bottom of this. gary? >> no. absolutely not, garland will never allowance -- dr. fauci to feel the heat of a criminal probe, what is frustrating dr. fauci believes that senator rand paul is accusing him of developing sars cov 2, but he
cannot get fauci to answer a simple question, where the money came from from where the money went to, all they have to do is agree one point, then we can move forward, i think that this fight that goes on between rand paul and anthony fauci is a big distraction, we have bigger things to worry about. more messaging that make clear about important, safety and benefit of getting vaccine. kennedy: i disagree a little bit, the talk about masks and remasking is the distraction, i think dr. fauci is uncomfortable, rand paul is getting to a part of the truth, if dr. fauci relents and admits, yeah we knew they were doing this we gave them a bunch of money, we assumed they were following international patrol polls that we agreed to, but it
is china. and they put doctors in prison who fall afoul of communist party line, he is trying to get to what happened and what might have gone wrong in that institute of virology. >> i think that there is a opportunity here to focus on the main thing. i want to be able to give rand paul a high 5, but i can't, i think that this filing of charges is pure theater, i do think that both men are kind of covering themselves in shame, this is as a moment we need elected leaders and public officials to come together and work on one thing, one thing only, not placing blame. not pointing the fin finger and sing people out for punishment. but figuring out how we prevent the next pandemic, we could be having that conversation, it is
bad when dr. fauci is playing fast and loose with facts and silly for rand paul to keep harp harping on this, it was a 600,000 grant over 6 years there no universe where that money is likely responsible whether or not the pandemic happened but there are a lot of great questions to ask about wuhan laboratory and great questions we were not able to get to because of dr. fauci. kennedy: and to make sure it never happens again, you know on some level dr. fauci was running cover for the chinese government, chinese government said they will not allow world health organization to come in and do another investigation. even though the critical thing is make sure this does not happen again, only way you do that if you go to china, look at records and autopsy and timing you figure out when and how it happened, china is not allowing that, what do we do from here. >> i agree with mr. foster on
this one, this is theater by rand paul who got dragged by fauci in that exchange. he is i doing this to start of make up steam. but we will should do is senate should be doing. are they should figure out how do we make investment to make sure there is not another pandemic, and if there is a pandemic that united states is prepared over the last we're seesaw united states was not prepared to deal with the global pandemic. kennedy: that sounds familiar. >> that is disgusting, we don't have enough workers and doctors and respiratory therapists and ventilators. >> make sure it does not happy again. >> it does -- it doesn't mean we should not be prepared. this -- there could be a situation where there is a
biological weapons attack, we would not be prepared. >> because of government is too big to solve anything effectively. >> they are getting it wrong by going after this sort of wild goose chase. kennedy: getting it wrong at every level. all right, man panel we'll see you soon. >> twitter and amazon showing interest in cryptocurrency like bitcoin, it is legit, i'll break it down for you next. ♪ ♪ 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. [sfx: radio being tuned] welcome to allstate. ♪ [band plays] ♪ a place where everyone lives life well-protected.
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part of his business in the future as well. so amazon and twitter jump in does that mean crypto's back in action party people customer can hope so. joining me venture capitalist bitcoin chairman brock pierce. brock unit this game better than anybody but look at your hat for god sake it is fantastic. so tell me, what does amazon's exploration of bitcoin and other crypto currency do to our world? how does it benefit me? >> is a signal that we have seen many times for this is not new. we first academic's interest, capitals interest and acceptance we saw in the big tech and amazon being one of those in the banking sector announced governments yet again this is another step forward for the industry. and ultimately crypto currency is interesting application and payments.
el salvador's rolling it out over the new law that takes effect september 7 every merchant and el salvador has to accepted bitcoin for all goods and services with some exceptions but generally that is the case. it's unclear whether amazon will actually implement this. but glad to see them continuing to focus on innovation and how we can improve the experiences for customers. >> jack dorsey with interests in bitcoin for some time. his side company square utilizes a bitcoin. if you have got twitter and amazon of both here does that somehow stabilize the market? and is that somehow necessary? >> i think it grows the market i'm not sure it stabilizes it. jack dorsey has done a lot for bitcoin, square has done a lot for bitcoin.
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>> 70% of the population if you order an uber that comes with el salvador you get to your destination you pay with cash. is achish -based economy. achish -based economy is lacking credit facilities at a lot of the things that have enabled us as americans have such wonderful lives. i lifted first formal delegation to el salvador since covid to meet the various ministers right i commend to everything that government is doing a think it is greats. they are truly attempting to serve the people in a very entrepreneurial fashion. kennedy: think it is a fantastic but hope they clean everything up there so el salvador becomes a real destination and it is all possibly because of crypto. brock thank you so much for your time. >> thank you for have me again. kennedy: had always -- coming
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>> abc poll shows a confluence of horrors has turned our great nation into an army of the debbie downer's part optimism in america's future is taken a 20-point nosedive. and make 36% of respondents had negative. now 55% say our future is as bright as a bird crab sandwich. independence of the optimism took a 26% hit. what is driving this negativity? people were and got the virus invariance leading to new lactose, crime is up and only getting worse in cities of all sizes. and prices are too high point let's start with what's droppings mean the present bidens numbers on crime, guns,
and the board approved the disapproval rating are 39% of crimes at 37% as plants or curbing gun violence and fixing the border and immigration crisis also at 37. these problems are going to solve themselves and be, are not going away before the midterm. although opportunistic republicans try to make hate from all of this, voters are like a hey my life is starting to suck. and should not be left to suffer for political gain by either party. small businesses are shrinking. although there still healthy consumer confidence spending will dovetail with pessimism that spells real long-term deep yogurt buried there are 39% fewer small businesses in california alone. according to harvard economic tracker that's close to the national average. thirty-seven-point mom and shop's of close for good since the pandemic. what is going up? prices on things you like like
used cars, then spiked by 29% sprite rental cars will cause you 62% lower. washer and dryers are up a dirty 26%. lockdown might be a welcome respite from getting gouged to travel. and murders as you know were also up 25%, shootings in new york city up 73% year-over-year. homicides have quintupled. through all this present bidens lacks any practical or coherent plan of the take out for ice cream it's double mint chocolate chip. multitrillion spending packages are the norm which is blowing up the deficits. the point were in 2049 manhattan institute calculates interest payments on the national debt would be the federal government's largest annual expenditure consuming 42% of all projected tax revenue. all that is fine, how to separate denver unique?
economists shows that kind of debt not only slows growth that shrinks wages, because as high unemployment kneecaps innovation of a lead to a debt crisis. bottom-line, the busybodies in washington are too busy taking your money and locking it down to care about your safety or prospects. so the pessimism is warranted and will continue until voters make some drastic changes. and that is the memo, girl. so who is to blame house minority leader kevin mccarthy's pointing fingers at the dems, watch. >> have a 20% drop in that latest polling about the future of america. it comes from inflation, crimes, the variant coming back there working for him. there is a majority that contributes to the legislation. and bringing the drugs back,
look at what they're doing with appropriations and protection. >> how do we get back to the american dream customer demand panels back, gary hoffmann, kmele foster and richard fowler. it is interesting because consumer spending does not always follow a consumer confidence optimism here, gary. but pessimism long-term is a very dangerous thing. people are pessimistic and they are skeptical of the government for their going to start recording things like investments. >> i know this is anecdotal but i know i've heard from friends in different parts of california they are starting to see some of the hoarding again with the toilet papers out, the cleaning supplies, and still not sure why those on the top of the list for people. [laughter] it is weird to me it's so quick for people to go from optimism say joe biden's 100th day in office when things were measured last time to
drop in optimism. it's concerning to meet we as an american people have become so schizophrenic all it takes a couple months for us to drop precipitously like that. listen, the economy, the bones of this economy have been strong for long time. i note covid came along for it i know it kneecaps a lot of businesses, a lot of businesses, a lot of people, a lot of investment. we are still very, very capable of coming out of this on the positive side. i will say one thing to biting dese repeatedly, i'm not sure he realizes he says it repeatedly but what he says repeatedly as there is no problem. there is no question that the american people cannot solve or answer if we all work together. we can just work together. go spend money on that mint chocolate chip ice cream for yes the rental car might cost you six enerplex a day. but take that to town. [laughter] kennedy: do know what cost kmele foster a lot of, he
never flies coach. ask a man. kennedy: how are you dealing with this kmele? >> we have to acknowledge a couple things here. one there is a gallup poll about a month ago that looked at americans optimism in general. about their own lives and how they're feeling post pandemic. those polling numbers were at all times high. americans are optimistic, they believe in themselves. they are excited about life, they are combating depression and are in a good place. but they failed to have optimism about is the prospects of this country. they do not have any confidence in her leadership or the approval rating there given to joe biden at the moment democrats are not giving him high marks for the specific issues that you just mentioned. i think that's going to be a real problem coming down the pike for democrats when it comes time to face reelection for it we are talking midterms are not necessarily a bidens reelection we do not even know that he will run again. it's a real problem for its
material concern people see the increasing price levels for they also see the spending that's coming out of washington d.c. money does not grow on trees. they can print it, they can press two digit dated. the value of every single dollars coming from somewhere. it's coming out of our savings account. it is degrading the value of our paychecks. it is eight material probably biden administration that democrats who are in leadership they control the government now. they are dictating the spending. they have to take responsibility for. >> that may be the biggest issue. an economics is always the very top of the list. if people cannot buy basic things that started to hurt them that's on the start to make different choices but it's interesting though the things laid out in the memo, richard, that is were joe biden is getting hits. yes he is doing very wellin terms of pulling on his coronavirus response. but in terms of crime, inflation and everything else,
how do you turn that boat around? >> i think the white house is going to have to delay their focus on how to decrease the crime happening all across the country. part of this are going to have to work with mayors to implement the strategy the white house wrote a couple weeks ago. how do we get violent people off of our streets? how do we open up the courts opposed covid and get rid of backlog in the courts. but also how to be eliminate illegal guns. how to get legal "guns out" hands of evil people without >> it indiscriminate shoot people in the middle of the day even though cops were just right there sitting in their cars. we have really got to have a conversation about that. part of that requires the white house work with mayors to increase, to come up with the strategy to deal with that. beyond that point the fact it's about themselves. you see more and more americans hate to start new jobs and careers.
[inaudible] i think there's more of a push with the job i've had is not terrible enough and get to go new job. kennedy: it's tiger king again it's great. their people trying to start new businesses as many businesses have closed. i agree with kmele and that people believe in themselves. people now know they have to be self-reliant. they have confidence in surviving the pandemic. they do not have confidence in the government are rightly so. even the vice president has room to be pessimistic. the real clear politics average so kamala harris popularity sinking 46% on favorability. 42% favorable. reports of infighting and healthy dysfunction in her office that is not helping president joe who can barely speak english as he is gumming ice cream enjoys higher approval numbers in some polls but what is, doing wrong, gary? >> what is she doing wrong?
she accepted the job as vice president that was wrong. this is the weirdest time that we have seen in vice presidential history. no one pay this much attention to joe biden when he was vice president. of george h.w. bush when these guys were vice president. we did not care for the vice president was. it is because there are questions about the leadership of joe biden. take whatever opinion of it there are questions out there. people are wondering they only serve to one point to kmele point will he run again? i don't think he will put he'll be in his early 80s at that point. those guys are getting in their 80s elizabeth warner be deep into her 70s at that point. i don't think i'll harris is that person pushes a huge laundry list of to do things she needs to check off.
it seems like she has not had any victories early on. kennedy: so why did he pick her, kmele? she is no quail the third period. [laughter] >> this is a trick question we know the principle she had when she was selected for vice president are that she has a pulse and that her genitalia is a shape and in a particular way and has a particular hue. joe biden said i am going to select a woman of color as my vice president. that is a principal qualification. she was not selected by voters, democratic primary voters making it bypassed her when they could've selected her at the top of the ticket. quite frankly there is almost no one who is excited about the possibility of officer harris becoming the vice president of the united states. quite frankly again democrats have serious problems on their hand for they are not doing a great job of governing and very well could be the case
they have deeply unpopular vice presidential candidate as their front runner for president of the united states in a couple of years. i don't think that's a great look for them. they're saving grace however and it's not to change topics is republicans are not glory at the moment either. kennedy: the two-party system is stale. kmele foster has a chance rotted 2020 and he let that go by. we'll see what happens in 2024. [laughter] richard, take us home yes, sir. >> sure. one, think kamala harris is more than qualified. statewide contender in the largest state in the united states a couple of times she was also the attorney general, she was the state prosecutor, she was a lawyer. her resume is beyond qualified. the early panelists point out there paying so much attention to kamala harris maybe it's the first and she's being held
to higher standard. nobody is paying attention to dan quayle. kennedy: people are so mean to dan quayle. he was the only one writing to dan quayle. >> maybe because she's a woman people are paying more attention. beyond that she is more than qualified. i think the reason. [inaudible] kennedy: she has not done a good job as attorney general, she has been wrong on every issue. >> come on that's so unfair. kennedy: am i being unfair? >> she would not take the vaccine do you remember? i remember. [inaudible] kennedy: that is a big issue. hey richard that's her defining issue. >> you pick one issue? kennedy: all you talk about we need more vaccine in peoples arms. kennedy: atlas and i'm not saying that was not a misstep by the vice president. but to sit here and say she was wrong on every issue.
kennedy: the manna panel thank you also much but it's always a delight. gary, camille and ricardo, thank you. coming up one senate committee once to include women in the military draft. i don't think so. will our daughters be lacing up their boots for the next forever war? the one and only ilya shapiro joins me too discuss,
means the drafter of republicans like arkansas tom cotton went to oppose the amendment saying america's daughter should not be drafted against their will. will that is a nice statement senator, but why stop at daughters? why not sons? here to discuss cato institute of studies, ilya shapiro is back. i guess the rationale is, if men can do it women can do it to said let's throw women into the war against their will. >> look, this is not about giving opportunities to women who want to serve. that is beside the point. this is forcing them to do so. we are in olympic season now. it seems like this was spotted by the east german service committee. everyone has to be equally annoyed for forcing me too sign up for this thing in registering and fight eventually and die. when i was that age, i do not read any of my buddies saying this is so unfair, the girls
don't have to sign up for this and i do. it was like why do we have to do this? if you would to equalize things that that's where this is coming from is a place of equality get rid of selective service altogether. do not expanded to cover women. kennedy: how do you get rid of it because you are absolute right. >> you pass a law the same way they are trying to do this to add women they can simply say we are not going to have the selective service. it does not stop congress from some future were saying we need a draft which is a terrible idea anyway. they could just pass a law. this is not some weird constitutional thing. it's a normal loft. the same way they're trying to rope in the female draft for the national defense authorization act. they could suspend selective service. kennedy: i wish they would. part of me thanks they just floated this amendment so we can have a conversation about the draft.
we are at a very different time now that we were at the vietnam conflict. we all know what happened there. if you came from a privilege of family are knew the right doctor you could get out of the draft. if you were young, black, poor you were sent off to die. so maybe the whole thing needs to be changed. >> that's absolutely the way it worked. definitely a problem. if they want to start a conversation but we are conversing about it but it's really cynical. there are lawsuits going on as well trying to get women involved. this is not a ruth bader ginsburg style women's equality by showing amendment big disadvantage by some arcane law. this is we are going to drag everyone down to the lowest level to force this thing nobody really likes. it is very cynical. tom cotton, i would love for
him to end the draft. i see the illogic of the sludges and the draft. if there's some future war need the draft will restart about for right now absolute democrats are proving your point about how silly this is, we are just going to get rid of it at all. kennedy: i don't know that that's of the trying to do think you're giving them too much credit paid when the cotton balls you cannot pick too much tom cotton until the salt goes. thank you so much. >> very good kennedy now we >> very good kennedy now we know i have your own show, ♪ lights out, follow the noise. ♪ ♪ baby, keep on dancing like you ain't got a choice. ♪ ♪ so come one (come on), come on (come on), come on. ♪ no one is just one flavor.
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kennedy: on this dated 1775 the second continental congress established the u.s. postal system. and just like everything the chauvinistic pigs started totally mail dominated. that is american history and this is a topical storm. topic number one. a photo of an embarrassed raccoon has gone viral effort snuck into a georgia home looking for food. it had to be removed by the fire department. my dream come true. here he is, the embarrassed raccoon covering his face. he is so ashamed of what he has done. they explained quite by the
folk others are still into wearing masks. he probably does not want people to know he needs out of the garbage. also he's got way too much eyeshadow to be photographed right now. seriously, get the thing out of my face. his instinct is to cover his face with the camberwell squirrels usually only hide their nets. [laughter] at least this creature knows when to be ashamed. some of these weasels cannot get enough of their face on camera. it's anthony faucher, i'm wearing a mask. topic never treads mud shock monday. a florida woman being busted for being cheeky after she snuck into a strangers a backyard with skinny dipping in the pool per unit how women are, sometimes we can't find anything to wear part 42-year-old heather kennedy, yes we are related, was arrested for trespassing and showing off her body of water after she was in the pool and realize those were not buoys.
to be fair she was wearing more than female limits are expected to purge was booked on several misdemeanors. i'm basing which is much less ashamed than this little guy. actually the real victims of these crime the bare naked ladies saw this headline inverts ten seconds dreamed they might once again become newsworthy. topic number four, tonight we have learned animals and floridians will get into anything you leave open including your mouth. check out this crazy video of a carnival sling shot ride gone wrong. two teenage friends about the shoot through the sky in a thin metal frame it. at least now they will be able to ready to fly spirit airlines. after takeoff it goes wrong. slams effaced at first into a siegel bird this was
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