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>> be can he in fact be an extremely progressive president. >> what happened to senator hawley is a snapshot. bark with a vengeance. >> what these corporations want is control. and they want you to have the same opinions and if you don't, then they are willing to use every power at their disposal to shut you down. ♪ it's a good morning ♪ wake up to a brand new day ♪ this morning ♪ nothing in my way ♪ good morning. steve: good morning. ainsley: good morning, everyone. it's friday. it's been quite a week for america. so now you get a little break over the next few days. thanks for waking up with us. pete, good to have you here. pete: it's great to be here. thank you. i had a date night last night. my wife and i went out for dinner. because we do a morning show we had dinner at 4:15. steve: that's okay. ainsley: that's normal for us. steve: a lot of people watching from florida do the exactly the same thing. pete: there you go. steve: it's great to have you here on the show. pete: great to be here. ainsley: jen psaki get calling
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his son steve last night. steve: you will see the soundbite in a minute. anyway. thank you very much for joining us on this very busy friday at the end of a very busy he can would. and we start today with a fox news alert that is going to infuriate you. steve: thousand sawpsdz of national guard troops as you know have reportedly been in washington, d.c. they have been forced to take breaks and sleep in d.c. parking garages after protecting the capitol on inauguration day. ainsley: i understand one barn in that parking garage with two stalls. the move outraging several lawmakers down in washington. pete: for 5,000 men. ainsley: 5,000 people. pete: griff joins us in d.c. with more. how did this happen? griff: unbelievable. pete, ainsley and steve good morning to you. if this doesn't get your blood pressure up, i don't know what will. that is the question how, pete, that's the question to ask one guardsman told politico we feel
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betrayed. told to vacate capitol grounds by u.s. capitol police. one group to vacate from a senate building to parking garage. as you mentioned only one bathroom and two stalls for 5,000 troops. the temperatures dropping into the low 40's. it is cold here, guys. and this is drawing bipartisan outrage from lawmakers. cincinnati tammy duckworth a veteran tweeting in. unreal, i can't believe that the same branch members we have been asking to protect our capitol and constitution the last two weeks would be unceremoniously ordered to vacate the building. i am demanding answers be asap. they can use my office. house minority leader kevin mccarthy saying speaker pelosi and majority leader schumer why are american troops who are tasked with keeping security at the capitol being forced to sleep in a parking lot? they deserve to be treated with respect and we deserve answers. and freshman congressman madison cawthorn actually visiting the troops you see here delivering pizza. now, of the troops have been let back. in but of the capitol police have yet to account for how and
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why this happened. and what moat verify thed the march treatment and who issued it. we have been reaching out all morning long but have not heard back. hopefully we will hear something new from the new acting chief who stepped into the role just 11 days ago in the wake of the riots. one reaction we are seeing already, guys, texas governor abbott bringing his troops home after already being upset that they were being vetted for insider threats. pete, ainsley, steve? steve: all right, griff. thank you very much. we have shown you the images over the last week or so of the being camped out in the capitol and cafeteria floor. suddenly out of nowhere the democrats now this, that of the house and the senate and somebody ordered the national guard out of the capitol. they needed them for the security and for of the just to make sure that everything was fine in anticipation and on inauguration day. but, as soon as they were done with them, look what happened.
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a member of the national guard was talking to, i think "the washington post," said, you know, i feel like a wet paper towel, you wipe me down and threw you away. and, pete, you have been deployed as the national guard on the streets of washington, d.c. here's the thing. they have all have hotel rooms to sleep. in but the soldiers are on duty for a day or two and they are working shifts a few hours at a time cannot go back to their holts because the hotels are in other states. pete: they may have a hotel room but they didn't plan for the amount of troops that are there. i know a lot of folks that are there right now. feeding 25,000, housing 25,000. where to put them. theye had no idea. way out of their depth on that. this doesn't actually surprise me at all as somebody who has been in the infantry for years. hey, private, go sleep over there we don't really. but what makes this so infuriating is that they were happy to have them as political pawns to use them for security and highlight them and laud them for days and then once it's done just out with the trash into the parking ramp sit out there.
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steve: that's how they feel. pete: that's how they should feel in this moment. certainly they are utility to official washington is complete. a lot of them are going home now too. ainsley: greg abbott so i'm bringing my guys back they are not going to be treated this way. one person said a parking garage is for a car not to house our soldiers. pete: who are they guarding right now? there are discussions about how many to keep for how long? i have heard nancy pelosi want 14,000 troops for six more months has been part of the discussion. to say do what? they just guarded a virtual inauguration with 2 two divisions. ainsley: there was not a problem. we are grateful it to these individual who were there many of the lawmakers went and shook their hands and served them pizza. one guy told politico and then within 24 hours they had no further use for us and banished us to the corner of the parking garage. we feel up credibly betrayed. these are individuals that are given up so much to serve our
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country. i guarantee if you sat down with them they would say we would could it all over again if we had to. steve: absolutely. one of the things -- one of the soldiers said to the "the washington post" and is quoted in this morning's paper, is that apparently covid is raining through these troops. they said what about the protocols they said are you kidding there weren't any. we are stacked up on top of each other. apparently that was a super spreader event for the national guard. i'm sure we will be hearing more about that. joe biden as you know fame musclesly on his first hour or twod in the white house signed a bunch of executive orders and actions including masks and things like that he has a laud being goal it sounds really impressive 100 million doses in 100 days. a million a day.
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steve: here's the thing. we are already there ezekiel miller the associated press reporter asked mr. biden about that in the state dining room planned biden didn't like that. watch. you said your goal is 100 million vaccines? higher than where the u.s. is right now. >> you said it's not possible. come on, give me a break, man. steve: come on, man. steve: they are already at that particular spot. and the suggestion is that we will wind up with herd immunity the government has said by july but betsy mccoy former lt. governor of the great state of new york has done the math and she has realized as you look at the number of doses given a day and as you can see just yesterday they gave over a million doses. she says we will not get to herd immunity by july until they
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distribute 1.8 million a day. '. pete: it's a very legitimate goal is your goal ambitious enough he dismisses with his favorite one common man. we had that up. january 15th that was still the trump administration, 1.1 million vaccines distributed. i'm not a math expert but if you multiply 100 days times 1 million you get to 100 million doses in 100 days. it was already there because of operation warp speed. it if we could steve, -- i should call you peter. july, august, then you should move in warp speed. >> steve: all hands on deck. pete: as ambitious as possible. right now it's just eh, we are already doing. this. ainsley: when he doesn't like the question he snaps back at the reporter. we have seen that along the way. is he used to the media asking him easy questions, are you going to change the plane, the air force one colors, whether a flavor i was a cream are you eating?
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we are all edges sighted about the vaccine. and every day does matter. i do agree with you, i think it was a very fair question. how far are you going to get interest? is this enough to get to herd immunity by july? these are questions we all have. this is the rollout. we have only had the vaccine out for a month. i know we put up that graphic. 17.5 have been administered. according to cdc websites, 2 million of those people have had the two shots. we have a long way to go. beings it's exciting news and great. these are questions we all have. when are we going to get back to normal. pete: without donald trump we wouldn't be here on the vaccines, ultimately. he can dismiss what he wants to dismiss, which he has. but to get the vaccine where it is at this point this quickly you have to give credit where credit is due. steve: and one of the other things that joe biden did yesterday was he signed an executive order. pete: all the more. steve: mandating people wear masks at planes and buses and things like that. on wednesday his first full day he signed an executive order
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mandating that masks be worn on all federal properties including the lincoln memorial which shortly after he took the oath of office it joe biden and his family went to lincoln memorial, federal property, and did not wear a mask. so, anyway, think about it, you know, he is trying to restore the presidency. he says okay, nobody can go maskless on federal property. there he is maskless on federal property hours after he signed that executive order. which is why peter doocy, who has been a network correspondent for 10 years, known around the world as peter doocy. asked that very on point question of jen sack yesterday. and she did not have an answer. but she did answer it anyway. listen. >> will why weren't biden and all members of the biden family
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masked on federal lands last night as he signed an executive order that mandates masks on federal land at all times? >> at the inaugural? >> they lincoln memorial, yes. >> i think, steve, he was celebrating an evening of historic day in our country. >> was that a good example for people who are watching and in might not pay attention, normally. >> i think we have bigger issues to worry about at this moment in time. well, steve, i think the power of his example is also the message he send by signing 25 executive orders including almost half of them related to covid. ainsley: so the rules can be broken if you are celebrating. and i will make the rules but i won't follow them. they are not good for me. but they are good for you kind of thing. exactly what we saw in california and i understand the governor there is being sued by many so of the restaurants because they are furious that he made all these rules and lety he broke them. same thing hang here. within 24 hours of him signing
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this executive order to wear a mask everywhere on federal property and he doesn't do it. now, look, he wasn't around anywhere there so he is not exposing anyone. steve: a rule is a rule. ainsley: this is the rule. what do you make of her calling him steve? pete: i'm still hung up on that. ainsley: y'all do look like lookalike. pete: the biden candidacy watched peter doocy follow them for a year and a half they know exactly who he is. steve: he emailed them every day they knew him. pete: is this a jab? hey we don't like you being in this pressroom because you are the only one who asks questions that gets the answers we don't want to give so i will call you steve? >> steve: it was her first new day on the job she brought a it civility in the newsroom. i imagine it was an honest mistake. i would be surprised if she would apologize to steve or
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peter doocy later today for that faux pas. pete: i hope. so you got the white house the executive office building the pentagon, whatever. i better not see the whites of joe biden's teeth until may 1st. that's 100 days may 1st is out 100 days if the executive order is at all times on federal prorkts he lives on federal property. he better sleep with a mask on baled on how much guidance he want to give to americans. how draconian that measure is. yet, he walks in the first moment to the lincoln memorial and says i'm taking my mask off because i get to celebrate. that's the new standard. whenever you are stopped, just say i'm celebrating. what are you celebrating? i don't know, my daughter, my son, my country, my family. as long as you are celebrating, according to joe, you are good to go. steve: ultimately, i think they do want transparency, they say, but i think they also want easy questions. that was a tough one. because i don't know that that is a good answer. pete: if they want transparency they can wear see through masks
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and we can see the whites of their teeth before may 1st. ainsley: that's an option. beerngdz was on beth meyers and he was asked about the progressive movement. is it that a possibility under a biden presidency. listen to what bernie sanders says. >> i think the president is off to a very good start. and what i liked about his inaugural remarks and the general tone of his administration is he recognizes that this country face was a set of unprecedented crises to the pandemic to the many interest democracy to climate change to income wealth nawlgt i think he understands that i think if we can give him the support that he need in congress he can, in fact, be an extremely progressive president addresses the crises facing working families. pete: when the socialist says he will be extremely progressive president, you ought to believe him. and that's exactly what they said on the campaign trail
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multiple times. you see these executive orders, many which are very extreme whether it's transgender 1776, the xl pipe line, paris, removing the wall. you know whether he even know climate change what was written any them. at the a three line, three word explanation each one. opened them up and signed them like this. these are all executive orders written by left wingers. what do you expect? exactly who he is. steve: we'll be talking about all these topics and so many more. thank you for joining us on this friday, the end of a very, very long week. all right. ainsley: they are all long. steve: they are long. jillian: but it's friday. good morning. begin your headlines with this. today army investigators are expecting to arrive in new york where three national guard troops were killed in a helicopter crash. members of the military and law enforcement escorting the remains to the medical examiner's office. the medical evacuation helicopter went down during a routine training mission near rochester. no word yet on a cause.
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the woman accused of stealing speaker nancy pelosi's laptop during the capitol riot is released to home confinement. pictures show reilly williams walking out of a pennsylvania prison. she is reportedly blaming her arrest on a vindictive ex-boyfriend claiming he overstated accusations in a tip to the fbi. the bureau says the unidentified tipster suggested williams planned to sell the laptop to russia. she faces several charges and will appear in court on monday. today the full senate is expected to confirm president biden's pick for defense secretary. congress signed off on a waiver for a retired army general lloyd austin to take the role. he retired from the military just four years ago. short of the seven years required by law. austin would be the first black pentagon chief. and rapper lil' wayne praising former president trump for his 11th hour pardon tweeting in part quote i want to thank president trump for recognizing that i have so much more to give to my family, my art, and my
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community. the rapper was facing up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to illegal possession of a firearm. trump granted him a full pardon earlier this week. that is a look at your headlines. send it to you. steve: very, very busy. all right, jane, thank you very much. steve, andy, over to you. pete: thank you very much. great job. ainsley: it's 16:18 on the east coast. it is friday. coming up border wall construction grinds to a halt. that's right. as a deportation freeze takes effect. our next guest's son was killed by an illegal immigrant and he doesn't want that to happen to anyone else. ♪ joy of movement.
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steve: just a couple days another migrant caravan set to at come to the united states. biden. next guest lost his son drew 10 years ago after he was hit and killed by illegal immigrant he calls these first moves of the biden administration political president of the group are i will yens illegal crime don rosenberg joins us right now. good morning to you. >> thank you. steve: what do you make? we know walls work, we just know that. so why is jobs doing this? >> he it is a political decision. the irony here is that, you know, we have been hearing him for, you know, for a year spout how when it comes to covid we have to listen to the scientists, we have to listen to the experts. well, here he is listening to
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politicians. he is refusing to listen to the experts. many of home worked in the obama administration with him it's purely political it sounds great to his base. they love it. they don't care what happens. the things is, they keep saying walls don't work and they are too expensive. they don't want a wall or physical barrier because it does work. not because it doesn't work. steve: right. >> they know that, too. many of these supported a physical barrier for, you know, 20 years. but until they realized that they would get a lot of votes if they fought against this, they were for it. steve: in addition to the wall, and we saw that coming, that he was going to pull the plug on the wall but to pause deportations for 100 days, a little more than three months. a lot can happen in that time. and had the person who killed your son been deported as he would have, your son would be alive today.
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you just marked drew's life. it has been 10 months -- 10 years after he was killed by an illegal migrant, and you just have -- honored drew's birthday recently. this has got to be very troubling. and there is a picture of your son right there. handsome young man. >> yeah. it is horrible. because it's, again, we are dealing with politics here. most of the people -- not most, all of the people who will be do ported over this next 100 days should be deported. and that's only a small tiny percentage of people that should be deported for committing additional crimes. we're not even talking about people who just came here illegally. again, a political decision, make everybody sound good. it also -- it just -- it's -- excuse me. he wants to prepare people that they are going to stop almost all deportations. he has already said that i mean, here's a guy who doesn't
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consider drunk driving to be a serious enough crime to deport somebody in over 10,000 people a year are killed by drunk drivers. so, what's the level? do you have to murder somebody or rape somebody? is that the only conditions and will that even happen? because with sanctuary cities and sanctuary policy, those people get relief. and protected from ice. steve: drew, i think you will have to change the name of your groups advocates for victims of illegal alien crime. the president wants to make sure that people don't refer to people who are in the country illegally as aliens anymore. he wants to start calling them non-citizens. >> i think we should call them visiting emissaries. i mean, all that is to sanitize the crime they've committed and i will tell you for anybody who is a non-citizen, somebody who is coming into the country illegally, they should be furious. why are you rinking criminals with me?
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you know, they don't want the public to think that these people have done anything bad. the and most of the media plays along with them. you were talking about the caravan from honduras. well, you know, starting monday morning, when the -- you know, when it really was hitting the news and you had all the riot going on in guatemala, they were trying to hold them out. i recorded two days, 48 hours of msnbc. they didn't mention it once. people are killed by illegal aliens. other than you guys, none of the major news networks ever, you know, tell the story. it doesn't matter how bad it is, the guy who killed four people in texas. the day with who pretty much wiped out a family last year coming from disneyland. no, that doesn't make the headlines. but want to deport one person and, you know, it's a huge story.
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it's disgusting. absolutely disgusting. steve: all right. drew, we wanted your point of view given the work you have done in the past. and the death of your son drew. thank you very much for joining us today. >> thanks so much, steve. i appreciate it. steve: all right. thank you, sir. all right, still ahead on this friday. he was just talking about this. distrust in the media. it's an all time low. is there any way to restore confidence or is the damage already done? we're going to discuss that coming up next. ♪ zë
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. pete: welcome pack. this shouldn't come as a surprise. trust in the media has hit an all-time low. what can be done to fix this? should it be? adam gilt is the accuracy in media joins us now to discuss. adam, thank you so much for being here. >> the media has done this to themselves the left wing legacy mediad, can this be restored or should it? >> ,. >> well, it definitely can be restored. the first key thing is to let bad media outlets fail. newspaper groups like mcgood mcclatchey filed for before the pandemic because people didn't want their news anymore. ing it dedicated failed media bailout. like any other if industry let the bad ones fail so the good
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ones can take their place. pete: is independent journalism even possible? i don't mean that -- taps pejorative. is it possible for someone to be unbiased. a straight journalist or are we going into an era where hey media outlets are going to have a particular point of view? >> well, you know what? i'm okay with someone being upfront with where they stand ideologically. i have no problem with that what we have seen with these news outlets is a combination of activist journalism where rather than even trying to be referee, they act more like cheerleaders and then we also see click bait journalism where they run stories they know not to be true simply because it will sell will their audience. that is outrage just. pete: we saw that cheerleading when it came to the inauguration the last couple of days. i can feel the chill right now. there is another aspect of this poll which is quite telling. the trust in media by political party. 57% of democrats have trust. 18% of republicans are.
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obviously donald trump did a lot to expose the left wing bias of the media through his twitter feed which he no longer has because of social media. but, is there a way, you know, does it reveal the fact that we all know these numerous are full of leftists and ultimately democrats are happy to agree with him. >> well, that's exactly it. if the news outlet are going to reinforce he their beliefs it's no surprise that leftists are more happy with the media than conservatives and libertarians are. and you bring up a great point about social media. trump was kicked off twitter, trump was supposedly a major threat to the media. because he was mean to them at press conferences. meanwhile, socialist dictators like nicholas maduro they are typically on twitter and social media. you have real socialist dictators wannabes like aoc seeking to regulated and control the media. that is a great err. pete: you follow the can media for a living do you find a
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single democrat or leftist or liberal who has been banned on media or social media? >> still haven't found it. under pressure, the communist chinese -- the chinese communist party had a tweet deleted where they promoted how wonderful their concentration camps were. they promoted how their uighur muslims were being rocked up but it was helping women. that got to deleted under pressure. they went on to tweet the next day. pete: i think that is progress. concentration camps from the communist chinese we have one tweet. fantastic. maybe the unbiased nature is coming back. adam gillette. thank you so much, appreciate your time. >> thank you for having me. pete: come up, even with a democrat in the white house, antifa violence not slowing down. so what will it take for democrats to finally condemn this chaos as more than an idea? miranda devine will answer that coming up next. ♪vi
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are. pete: we are back with a fox news alert. portland rioters face be are are unrest on inauguration day. steve: democrats coming under fire to failing to condemn the action among other groups, todd, antifa. todd: that's right, steve, ainsley, pete, good morning to all three of you. joe biden's falls for unity falling on deaf ears as antifa rioters unleash liberal run cities. demonstrations in portland now prompting prosecutor to file charges against four people. at least 15 suspects were arrested and town hall.com senior writer was in oregon describing what is motivating this angry mob. >> as i say they want total abolition. they say they don't want any presidents. they hate biden. they made that will abundantly clear eddy. they hate the @and everything it stands for. they believe it's evil and irredeemable. todd: while democrats have condemned the riot that took place on capitol hill.
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they are now being asked to address this violence as well. chuck grassley tweeting i'm waiting for biden to condemn looting last to weeks in oregon and washington state and calls for the new administration intervening by more than just politicians. >> if you want to root out domestic terrorism you go after antifa instead of pretending that it's a myth call group created by the right or it's simply an idea whose ideas are so, so so damaging that buildings end up collapsing once they utter them. it's absolutely ludicrous. todd: take a look at this. if you go to antifa's website, it automatically redirects you to whitehouse.gov. steve, ainsley, pete, back to you. steve: somebody doing a little mischief buying a website. are. ainsley: let's bring in miranda devine fox news contributor and new york columnist good morning to you, miranda. >> good morning, ainsley. how are you? ainsley: i'm doing well, thank
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you. look at the network news coverage of what happened in seattle and portland and all the violence. this? yesterday morning and yesterday evening's newscast. abc not one mention of it. cbs spent 30 seconds on it and nbc only spent 20 seconds on it. that's just a few sentences on tv. not a lot of coverage. why isn't president biden talking about this? why aren't the networks covering the violence there yet they did at the capitol? >> yes. it's very inconvenient, isn't it. and we had thousands of troops summonsed by nancy pelosi to our nation's capitol where basically a photo opportunity to show how terrible donald trump and hits supporters were and joe biden could get up in his inauguration speech and rail about white supremacists and the other mythical boogie man of domestic terrorism. when we have been experiencing domestic terrorism in are for months in portland and seattle and nothing is ever done about
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it. it is just ignored and swept under the carpet. and we see these antifa people, the police presidential, round them up, they arrest them and then they walk out the other side. you have left wing prosecutors who refuse to prosecute them. and it's just lawlessness that breeds lawlessness. and i'm sure that if that kind of violence hadn't been condoned and encouraged by democrats and by their media friendly enablers, for so many months through the summer and the fall, we may not have ever seen capitol hill violence because i assume that trump supporters felt well, if the antifa and democrat supporters can get away with it, violence must be okay in this country. but, it isn't. it isn't okay. whether it comes from the left or the right. and it's about time that the democrats and joe biden actually cracked down on it. and said something about it.
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pete: i'm not going to hold my breath. on another topic though, miranda. so joe biden has signed a number of executive orders in the first couple of days. an extraordinary number, actually. one of which is mandating masks on federal property for the first 100 days. yet, he went to the lincoln memorial right after signing that and didn't wear a mask. so, our own peter doocy or is he steve doocy? we don't know in disguise. was in the press briefing room and asked jen psaki are the new press secretary why biden did not wear the mask. here's the answer. >> why weren't president biden and all members of the biden family masked at all times on federal lands last night? >> i think, steve, he was celebrating an evening of historic day in our country. pete: was that a good example for people watching attention normally. >> steve, i think the power of his example is the message he sends by signing 25 executive
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orders including almost half of them related to covid. from. pete: well, mae, go ahead and sound off. [laughter] >> no no no. thanks a lot, john. are 'you know, that was a very, very good question by peter doocy. because joe biden it's not the way it works. according to the democrats. you can't have one rule for one and another for others. but, as we have seen democrat leaders that is the way they treat the rules that they set for everyone else. it's just the little people to follow. to that's why joe biden didn't think there was anything strange about on the one hand just making a mask mandate for everyone else on federal property. steve: right. >> yet, walking around federal property with no mask on. it's quite fine. steve: you know what's interesting about her answer where she apparently forgot peter's name, what jan psaki did
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was she essentially gave us all the celebration carve out. you know, going forward, somebody wants to celebrate something and you can pretty much make up your own thing, i would imagine, because it's america. we can do what we want to. all you go have to say to the american person who says hey put on your mask on federal property i'm celebrating. >> i'm celebrating. >> steve: the celebration exemption. >> fourth of july maskless no problem. or for it's historic can you celebrate as well. no mask on special days if it's your birthday, maybe. steve: it's friday, let's celebrate. ainsley: when i heard about the mask mandate i thought we're all doing that anyway. i don't know anyone getting on a plane or going to the grocery store. we are all wearing the mask. >> we are wearing the masks everywhere, especially in new york. so i don't know, i think it's just, again, empty symbolism which, of course, we see that they don't really care about
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themselves. ainsley: thank you, miranda for come on us or what did you call her marry? i looked you up to see a what your daughter's name was steve sand peter. it says you have two children. i don't know their names. thank you, miranda. >> thanks, ainsley. ainsley: let's hand it over to jillian. jillian: peter, you must share your skin care secrets my goods in. steve: i would do my best. i would look for a product endorsement. jillian: you do that let's talk about this for a second. there are growing fears of ammonia explosion near a factory fire. overnight authorities going door to door telling residents to go now following a fire at the washington potato company out of spokane. it reportedly started in a dehydration unit. the building is expected to be a total loss. police confirmed the third husband of so-called cult mom lori value low died from natural causes. joseph ryan died of an apparent heart attack in 2018. police opened an investigation
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into ryan's death after her sister released a recording claiming vallow could be heard saying she wanted to murder him. vallow is still under investigation in the death of her fourth husband. she is behind bars while awaiting trial in the death of her two children. her fifth and current husband is also facing charges in connection with to their death. s. texas teen follows in family footsteps by joining the navy saudi arabia money for maria white hit closer to home. mother will enlistment. look at this photo. the high school student master of arms coming up in the will:00 a.m. the mother daughter duo will join us live in the 8 a.m. hour on this very special moment. a story i can't wait to hear. send it back to you. pete: thank you, jillian. appreciate it. still ahead progressive democrats, is there any other kind, just can't get enough of your money. the left's new wall street tax act could end up on main street taking cash out of the pockets
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ainsley: house democrats reintroducing a bill that would tax each and every stock trade and bond purchase claiming that it would bring in more than $700 billion in revenue over a decade. but critics now warning the measure would have major implications for working americans. here to discuss this executive vice president of the national taxpayers union brandon arnold. bran ton, thanks for being on with us. >> good morning. ainsley: it doesn't sound like a lot when you see it 0.1%. you are charged that every time you buy a stock, a bond, a derivative, if you have a college savings, if you have a 401(k). what does this mean for the average american family. >> yeah. absolutely. it's an idea from the left that thinks that they can just tax wall street. they will hit the fat cat, the millionaires, and billionaires on wall street and not effect every day americans. the truth is it will effect a lot of people. people who have retirement savings which are the majority of americans. people savings for their college educations.
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it will hit them because it makes financial investing more expensive and it means that your payout at the end of the day on your investment is going to be smaller. that means you are going to have less to retire with when you go to actually retire. you will have 3 to 5% less in you are i don't retirement funds than you would without this tax to put that in other words 2.5 years longer to have the same amount of retirement savings that you would without the tax. it's not just hitting wall street fat cats it's hitting everybody. ainsley: as far as student loans are concerned how about people saving a little bit at a time so their kid don't have to go into debt. >> similar problem. vanguard released the you will have to take out the equivalent of $7,800 in additional loans just to make out from the lost earnings that you would have if this tax was not in place. that's almost 8 will thousand dollars per student in loans for the average family that many of whom are already swimming in
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college debt. we have so many people that are facing this college debt crisis that are having trouble making their student loan payments. this is going to make the problem worse. not better. again, that's hitting every day average american families not the millionaires and billionaires that elizabeth warn and aoc and other proponents of this tax want you to believe it's going to impact. ainsley: what's the average amount that someone retires with. >> i don't know that number off the top of my head to be honest with you. what he would talking about here is certainly a huge reduction in that 3 to 5% of that. so you are talking about thousands and thousands of dollars that are going to be leaving those retirement savings accounts and moving, of course, to the federal government where they can be used for things like medicare for all. that's what some of the proponents of this bill want to use the funds for. it's not about responsible things like trying to balance the federal budget and bring the country into a more strong fiscal setting. it's to pay for pet projects like medicare for all. ainsley: it's devastating when you have worked your whole life and a lot of people don't like
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their jobs. they get to 65 at the they want to retire and they are telling us you have got to work for two more years. time to travel and before you get to a point in your life when you can't do it. so that's devastating. thank you so much for talking to us about this. >> my pleasure. ainsley: you are welcome. still ahead. geraldo rivera, florida's governor ron desantis. larry elder and jedediah bila and will cain are going to come on ♪ i'm good, i'm good ♪ i'm good ♪ go pro at subway® for double the protein on footlong subs and the new protein bowls. and if you want to go pro like marshawn, don't let anything get in your way. here we go! yeah, appreciate you, man! go pro and get double the protein for just $2 more. shingles? dios mio. so much pain.
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todd: after -- 100 are million vaccinations next 100 days. that's we are at that pace already. >> i announced you said it's not possible. come on give me a break, man. >> why weren't biden and all members of the will biden family masked when he signed an executive order that mandates masks. >> he was separating an evening an historic day. >> president biden continues to sign a series of executive orders. >> he can in fact be an extremely progressive president. >> senator hawly is a little snapshot. blacklist something back with a vengeance. >> what these corporations want is control and they want you to have the same opinions and if you don't they are will to use
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every tool available at your sphofl to shut you down. ♪ everything will be just fine steve: hi, everybody, welcome tgif. thank goodness it's fox. it friday, january 22nd, 2021. good to have you here. pete in for brian who is doing the prime time show. i hope you watch tonight 7:00 eastern time. pete, thanks for dropping by after your trip up to harvard. pete: great to be here, yes. my trip up to harvard. rather be here than in cambridge, massachusetts. ainsley: we are so glad that you are here and so glad you are here too. happy friday to you. i ask everyone in the mornings what are you going to do this weekend? same answer. nothing. stay at home. steve: going to do the same thing did i on monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday. ainsley: and watch pete on saturday morning and sunday morning. pete: i'm going to end up watching my son play basketball in a mask. in a mask.
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they excepted swimming though because they don't want kids waterboarding themselves while they swim down the lane. ainsley: at least you can go in though. some parents have to watch on. pete: there is only limited number of people that can watch. the rest of us have to watch on zoom. steve: the thing about swimming and we have had the kids from morris town new jersey on from the swim team who petitioned the governor murphy in our state and, you know, they opened up athletics including swimming and you don't have to wear a mask because no cases of covid have been picked up at a swimming tool. pete: how can you swim with a mask on? ainsley: cdc says it's safe. i'm glad they are swimming again. pete: try it at home. steve: lots to talk about today. that's why we are delighted you would join us at 7:00 eastern time. pete: for sure. a fox news alert. president biden set onto sign two more executive orders in a few hours. >> steve: latest batch today aimed at helping struggling families and small businesses
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during the pandemic. ainsley: griff jenkins joins us live from washington with more. hey, griff. griff: happy friday pete's, ainsley and steve. new day and new slew of executive actions. as you mentioned it's geared economic relief for american families and businesses during the pandemic. two orders in particular are aimed at food assistance programs amid a growing hunger crisis. the other providing protections and benefits for federal workers. this after the president put in pen to paper on 10 orders yesterday all of them geared towards covid-19. ranging from establishing a pandemic testing board to worker health and safety and to promoting safe travel standards as well as reopening at the signing president biden got testy whether his ambitious goal of 100 million doses was sufficient. >> mr. president, you said you put the goal at 100 million vaccines in 100 days is that high enough? shouldn't you set the bar higher that's basic little where the u.s. is right now. >> when i announced it you all said it is not possible come on
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give me a break, man. griff: that the is first give me a break. quite clear the president's actions are not engendering unity on capitol hill. senate minority leader mitch mcconnell had this to say. >> on the biden administration's very first day it took very big steps in the wrong direction. of the president reentered the failed paris climate agreement. of the president unilaterally canceled the keystone xl pipeline it. griff: as the are considers offer distribution the big tech giant is disputing claims it never offered the trump administration assistance. noting they had communication with the cdc and administration officials. a spokesperson telling fox news a suggestion they waited for political reasons is, quote, simply wrong. pete, ainsley, steve? pete: geraldo jenkins, thank you very much. we will get to that in a moment. steve: he just pointed out that was a first give me a break, man of the administration. maybe we should have a tote board. pete: counter.
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steve: over there where we put our qr code on how you can get the fox news app. by the way get it right now. you can watch the news all day long. pete: that would be an interesting counter to watch. pete: other counter is how many real questions will come from the media other than from peter doocy? that question that was asked about is your standard high enough was actually shockingly asked by a reporter other than our own peter doocy. we got one on the tally there. and there is a reason that question was asked and it's a fair one. we are in the middle of covid-19. everyone's to open up and find a way out of this. and when you talk about 100 million doses in 100 days it sounds really big and bold except as the reporter alluded to when you dig into the numbers. we did some digging as well. if you look at the amount of vaccines given per day in the united states, look at the green portion of that in parentheses, that's the amount given per day january 14th, january 15th, donald trump was still president 1.1 million vaccinations given. three and a half million given during a holiday weekend. so nearly a million per day then
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as well. steve: over four days. that 3.4 over four days. we are already at this rate. and if we want to get out of this more quickly wouldn't you want to set a more ambitious standard? it seems a low bar is being set right now. change it. steve: no kidding. if he is saying came in and hey, 100 million shots in 100 days. that's 1 million a day. we were doing that during the trump administration. so what's the headline there? well the headline is, you know, mainstream media wants to push this narrative that as soon as donald trump went to mar-a-lago suddenly you got joe biden and company and they are going to do a good job for you and look at all of this stuff? here's the thing. newt gingrich really wonders whether or not joe biden actually knows what was in all binders of executive orders and actions that he signed newt doesn't think that the president knows what it's about because he didn't really write them.
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watch newt. >>ing binged at any time personally sit down and draft 17 executive orders. but radicals on his staff did. and, in some ways i thought the most telling on the very day he is sworn in as president, he signs an executive order, to destroy the 1776 commission. what is there about this 1776 commission that made it such a big deal that biden went out of his way to destroy it on his first day in office? and the answer is, it is a pro-america, pro-history, pro-factual commission which threatens the very essence of the modern left. and all of their 1619 project and all of their lies about the makeup of the america. pete: amen. steve: you know, coming in the biden administration had a checklist of things to, you know, check off. we need to do this, this, and this. rather than go through the congress, which is complicated, and they only have 50/50 tie in
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the senate, although kamala harris can break the tie, got to look like they are doing something. what do they do come up with this stuff about the keystone pipeline and the masks and all this other stuff so people feel like look, i voted for joe biden and he is getting stuff done. ainsley: well, maybe this is why he was in his basement. maybe he was working on all of this, all of these. steve: i never thought about that. you could be exactly right. pete: writing and writing. ainsley: day one he was so biz quoovment we watched him on tv all day. he walked right up to the desk and started signing 17 executive orders and actions. steve: i wonder what's in this one? ainsley: i'm sure he had a team to work on the paris climate. he had a team to work on the xl pipeline. steve: he had activist was pushing him to have the team. ainsley: put this in there put that in there. there were 10 executive actions yesterday. there are supposed to be two today. well, he also -- remember he came up with this rule that if you for the first 100 days make everyone wear a mask if they're on federal property. if they are on an airplane. or if they are on a train. or i mean i guess it includes
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driving. pete: 100 day mask challenge. you can join it too. ainsley: he signed that and a few hours later he is at the lincoln memorial without a of course that. steve: wait, now, isn't that federal property? didn't he make the law? ainsley: yes, he did. steve: that he had to be wearing a mask? ainsley: yes, he did. so, peter doocy asked jen psaki about that. when you listen to her answer, what her response was, and also she called him by a different name. his dad's name. listen. steve: oops. >> why weren't president biden and all members of the biden family masked at all times on federal lands last night if he signed an executive order that mandates masks on federal lands at all times? >> at the inaugural? >> at the lincoln memorial, yes. >> i think, steve, he was celebrating an evening of historic day in our country. >> was that a good example for people who are watching who might not pay attention normally? >> i think we have bigger issues
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to worry about at this moment in time. well, steve, i think the power of his example is also the message he sends by signing 25 executive orders, including almost half of them related to covid. ainsley: we have bigger issues to worry about? really? that was like the biggest issue when president trump took off his mask and standing up there at the white house. now she is saying we have bigger issues to deal with. look, it doesn't bother me that joe biden is standing there by himself 6 feet away from the cameras and doesn't have a mask on because the cdc says that is the distance you can have to not wear a mask if you are by yourself. so he is doing that. fine. but he is the one who made the rule. and now his press secretary is saying well, if you are celebrating you don't have to. pete: now we have the new celebrating carveout. caveat where anybody can be celebrating. this whole name thing i called geraldo jenkins for a reason? i believe, steve, and you would know better than i that jen psaki knows exactly who peter doocy is. he has been working on his campaign for a year and a half.
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steve: right. pete: any question what they are preparing for what's peter doocy going to ask. is that just -- i mean, what's that all about? steve: that's a good question. because, it was a good question pete that's right. steve: says miranda devine. >> it was a very, very good question by peter doocy. because joe biden it's not the way it works you can't have one for one and one for anothers. as you see the democratic leaders that's the rule they set for everyone else. it's just for the little people to follow. that's why joe biden didn't think there was anything strange on the one hand just making a mask mandate for everyone else on federal property. and, yet, they are walking around federal property with no mask on. it's quite fine sad. steve: only the little people have to will to the rules. for jen psaki to say we have bigger issues to worry about at
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this moment. then why have a national mask mandate at all? pete: no, you claimed this is the single biggest issue for you. i better not see your teeth until may 1st. pause you better have a mask on every time you walk off of the podium and every time you walk around the white house and every time that you are on tv that you are on federal property. you are going to sign at the tiny desk which you describe at the tiny desk in the previous administration. i better not see your face you are supposed to be wearing a of course that. you issued a challenge. yet you won't even take your own challenge. then can you tell me i can celebrate as a caveat. steve: come on, man, give me a break. ainsley: does that mean she should wear a mask too? pete: yes, every person on federal property is their standard that they set. donald trump had a different standard. that's their standard. follow it. steve: that's a good point. actually everybody in that room including steve or peter doocy was wearing a of course that. only person not wearing a of course that. pete: liberal privilege. ainsley: that should be the next message why aren't you wearing a mask? i'm celebrating. steve: in addition to the
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executive order on wearing a mask on buses and planes and things like that and on federal property as well, the president, brand new president also pulled the plug on the xl pipeline. and that not only is going to anger canada. and joe biden is going to be on the phone with justice trudy later today. i hope he doesn't call him pierre trudy. and they will be talking about that among other things. how many thousands of jobs have been lost so far because of that? you know, joe biden has made campaign issue of it. it sounds like just gone. there is a statement from the north america building trades union that says environmental ideologies have now prevailed and over 1,000 union men and women have been terminated from their employment on this project. well, this project came up yesterday when ted cruz was had
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talking to pete buttigieg trying to be confirmed for administration job. the jobs came up. but pete buttigieg had an interesting answer and essentially what he is saying is that what we're trying to do is we are trying to come up with solyndra 2.0. not kidding. listen. >> i believe the president's climate vision will create more jobs on net. i think it's going to be very important to work with him and work with congress to make sure that we can christopher on that promise, too. that on that more good paying union jobs will be created in the context of the climate and infrastructure work that we have before us than has been impacted by other decisions. >> so for those workers the answer is somebody else will get a job? >> the answer is that we are very egoy to see those workers continue to be employed in good paying union jobs even if they might be different one the. pete: even if they might be different ones. steve: where are those jobs new green energy jobs. remember with the obama administration with solyndra?
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how did that work out? ainsley: that's a long time from now. people are going to lose their jobs. where are they going to go? steve: talk to pete buttigieg. he wants them not only to get high paying jobs but high paying union jobs which if you are in a union that's what you want to hear. then again, who is going to have the magic wand to waive it and suddenly poof there is 11,000 jobs? pete: federally mandated green jobs that have to be paid for by taxpayers if it's the solyndra type scenario that don't current live exist. untenable alliance. ainsley: construction of the wall. all these contracts were signed. pete: this unholy alliance is between the unions traditional bales and radical environmentalists demanding we change every aspect of our lives and undercut our economy so that we can fight the weather. and as a result of that, you lose good paying union jobs and that was their base and where did they go? to donald trump and the republican party. the question is can they keep it? steve: in his executive order it
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said essentially killing the xl pipeline it's in the national interest of the other countries can see america is moving away from fossil fuels you will. >> i'm sure they are setting the same example in beijing. steve: it's a laudable goal. how do you do it at this point right now in time dedon't have cars that run on anything other than fossil fuel, fuel plants fueling electricity for prius to plug in? your prius. your tesla runs on coal. don't pretend anything than that they run on coal. >> peter, we will have to rap it there. it hand it over to jillian. >> let's begin with this. police identify a second suspect in the murder of a philadelphia man. shot while walking his dog last week. the accused gunman who police call a serial criminal was released from jail on a $3,200 bail just two weeks before the
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killing. his bail was significantly reduced after it was originally set at 300,000 adds. philadelphia criminal justice attorney bill brennan joined me earlier on "fox & friends first" to react. >> i don't think that we can let things like this happen. i think hopefully the d.a. will look at this, davids as a bellwether and reform the policies where someone like this can slip through the cracks. >> he it recently graduated from timple university. a mask fire on rhode island destroys three homes overnight. both shuttled fires across the water to battle the flames. thankfully no one was hurt. the blaze could be seen at least 5 miles away in bristol. no word yet on what started it. comedian cancels upcoming shows on testing positive for covid-19. a spokesperson says is he asymptomatic and now in
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quarantine. he was set to perform in austin texas this weekend. the spokesperson says chapelle has required rapid testing for the audience at his shows and daily testing for himself and his team. the widow of congressman elect luke letlow secures her spot in the state's special election. julia letlow is running for the seat her husband run. louisiana's fifth congressional district. he died from covid-19 last month before the swearing in ceremony. she told me earlier on "fox & friends first" everything in her life has led her to this moment. >> >> luke and i were a partnership, we have been a team. i lock step with each other. this would be the right thing to do. he would be and i had it 1,000% and i had a peace in the lord that i knew that this was something that i wanted to pursue for the fifth district. jillian: the special election is march 20th. so much strength she has, right? ainsley: she is so cute. i like her. that waffles a great interview did you with her, jillian.
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pete: it was. jillian: thank you,. pete: thank you, jillian. antifa riots erupt in portland on inauguration day. businesses forced to board up their windows once again. our next guest is one of many feeling that impact.
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♪ ainsley: portland, oregon police charging four suspects following city unrest on inauguration day. the violence forcing business owners like our next guest to board up their windows yet again. stacey gibson owns that subway franchise in downtown portland and she joins us now. hey, stacey. >> hi, how are you? ainsley: doing well. this he told to you board up.
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you can stay open but board up, right? >> that's exactly right. ainsley: is anyone going to come into your restaurant if you have plywood on the outside? who is going to know you are open? >> not a lot of people, actually. of the we have got some very loyal customers that are still come in. yes, it definitely makes us look closed. ainsley: how are you dealing with all of this and your city being in the news? >> getting familiar unfortunately. would rather not be in the news for these types of things. we are too long what we can and just trying to stay positive and keep everybody employed and having another day, you know. ainsley: right. have you had to let anyone go? >> not recently, no. fortunately. we have been able to recover pretty well from the whole covid thing. it ask just one more thing where we kind of it's safety that we are mostly concerned with. making sure that everybody are is just safe and if everything gets out of hand we just have to close and send them home and make sure they get home safely. ainsley: right. i know they set a dumpster on fire outside of the dnc headquarters in that area.
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they arrested people. they smashed in the windows as we see in that video. what else do you know because you live interest? you see this firsthand. >> are it's just really sad. actually. i mean, people are just, you know, they come out here and they literally destroy whatever they can. throwing things around. you are right, the dumpster fires. a frames. everything that's out is just not safe. they are requesting to pick it up and throw it are wherever they can. the damage that happens to the businesses down there is just devastating? we can't continue to have those kind of things happen. you know,s at a personal level we'll had our doors shot out last year. and had to, you know, were boarded up forever. we just had our new doors put up. when we had to board up again, it's just sad. it feels like a dungeon inside. it's depressing for the people that are working. and i mean, we are just trying to hang on and trying to recover really. and this is just one more knife in the back. ainsley: why aren't the local leaders doing anything to stop
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this? they did that in washington. they sent all these national guard there to disiewr the capitol after it happened. they arrested all those people. i know there have been arrests there. your local leaders, if they don't do something about this, you have to board up your restaurant as a result of there. if they just wiped him out they said you can't do this. stop this and put more patrols on the ground. would that help? >> well, it would. you know, that's the million-dollar question why they don't resolve it. they say a lot of things. but actions are what matters. they don't prosecute anybody. they will arrest them but they will be out within a few hours. and it's, you know, criminal mischief if anything else. it's a petty crime. it doesn't even matter. they are going to keep doing it which is evident. i don't have any idea why they don't, you know, just actually crack down on it. it would be great if they did. just for all of us. trying to move forward. ainsley: real quickly what does moving forward looking like for you. rougher going to be able to sustain this. >> we are doing the best we can we certainly hope. so we try to stay positive with everything that we can. you know, just another day just
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going to try and hanging on. ainsley: all right. if you are in the area, what street is your subway on? >> downtown on sixth avenue. ainsley: go visit it if you live in portland. god bless you, stacey. have a good day. >> you too. ainsley: democrats are calling for unity and heal. do they really mean it? larry elder says their rhetoric against republicans has been inflammatory for years. he is here to sound off next. ♪ taking my treatment at home. nucala is a once-monthly add-on injection for severe eosinophilic asthma. not for sudden breathing problems. allergic reactions can occur. get help right away for swelling of face, mouth, tongue, or trouble breathing. infections that can cause shingles have occurred. don't stop steroids unless told by your doctor. tell your doctor if you have a parasitic infection. may cause headache, injection site reactions, back pain, and fatigue. ask your doctor about nucala at home. find your nunormal with nucala. every veteran family deserves to fulfill their dream of owning a home ask your doctor about nucala at home.
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steve: biden administration has doubled down on pledge for unity on inauguration day. we heard that where was push to heal when democrat were talking on the other side like this? >> you cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for. >> if you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant in a department store, in a gasoline stations you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them. >> when you are in the arena, you have got to be ready to take a punch. you have got to be ready to throw a punch. steve: shouldn't be punching anybody according to joe biden no. radio talk show host larry erld
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is calling out' i had is i and joins from us l.a. larry, good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. how are you? steve: i'm doing okay. so, during his inauguration, at noon on wednesday, he was talking about unity and tolerance and we must end this civil war. but, you know what? can both -- can both parties, both sides who are so dug in, can they turn on a dime? i'm sure the administration will call out republicans who are not tolerant, but will the administration call out democrats who are not tolerant? >> that's a good question, steve. when did we have this era of civility in 1964 when barry goldwater was the republican nominee the democrat governor of california pat brown said and i quote the stench of fabri-form fascism, end ofquote. william clay whose son is still in the house ronald reagan, quote is listing his fascist precepts from -- end of quote.
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then we have civility maxine waters called bush 41 the good bush a racist for many reasons he has no care or concern for african-americans, end of quote? was it when done that brazil was the campaign manager of al gore and the republican heart a white boy attitude closed quote? i can go on and on. tell me, steve, when did we have this era of civility? steve: that's a good point. it's a laudable goal. it would be great if we were all together. joe biden did say it's okay if we disagree. but, come on, we have got to get out of our corners and meet the other side in the middle. >> steve, was it when charlie rangel the long-time congressman from harlem said about the 1994 republican house they don't say s word anymore slur for hispanics. they tonight say n word anymore. you know what that means. they don't say s or n anymore. they say let's cut taxes end of quote. cutting taxes bay definition according to charlie rangel long time democratic congressman from harlem means that you are a racist.
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so, i want to foe when this era of civility began. steve: it's a great point. when i say joe biden says he's unity, ultimately that, if he could get it in the senate, would make it easier for him to go ahead and proceed with his agenda because he needs some help from the other side. you were talking about race. and the washington -- there was an op-ed in the "the washington post," and it was written by christina beltran, who is a university of -- a new york university professor. and she talks about something i had never heard of. the headline is, to understand trump support, we must think in terms of multiracial whiteness. and part of it says, rooted in america's ugly history of white primacy, indigness disposition and blackness. multiracial whiteness is an ideology up vested in the unequal distribution of land, wealth, power and privilege. multiracial whiteness reflects an understanding of whiteness as a political color and not simply
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a racial identity. larry, what is she saying with that? >> i think what she is saying is that it's one thing to call donald trump a racist. it's another thing to call donald trump's white voters a racist. what the hell you do about the fact that this man has gotten more people of color to vote for a republican than any other republican in 60 years. so here's what we do. instead of calling them uncle tom and tee owe tacos, let's say that these voters feel by pulling the lever for donald trump they are engaging in some sort of multiracial whiteness. they are becoming honorary white people. the problem with that is most of trump's black voters voted republican before donald trump. did they believe that they were multiracially white before then? it's another way of insulting donald trump voters who are not voters of color and trying to figure out what the hell is it that made this man pick up more black and hispanic voters, asian voters, white women, the only demo he fell down in 2020 was
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white men. trying to figure out how they can characterize this in some sort of way to argue that america remains institutionally racist even though a bunch of nonblack people are beginning to vote republican. it's a bit of a problem. steve: it is a bit of a problem. and she was trying to explain it with that op-ed. larry, thank you for expressing your point of view today live from l.a. >> my pleasure. you know where to find me. steve: we do. we pushed the larry elder button on the switcher and there he is. whenever we need him. coming up on this are friday lawmakers fuming and capitol police apologizing over reports over the national guardsmen brought in to protect d.c. on inauguration day banished to a parking garage. "fox & friends weekend" co-host will and jed here to react here live next. ♪ now get 15% off any footlong
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pete: weigh are back with a fox news alert. national guard troops forced to
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take break in d.c. parking garages after protects the capitol on inauguration day. ainsley: troops were allowed to return to the capitol overnight but the situation obviously sparking a lot of outrage. steve: no kidding. connecticut senator chris murphy called it unacceptable tweeting in part the acting capitol police chief insist there was no general request for the guard to vacate the building. whatever happened, they are working to fix the problem now. pete: texas governor greg abbott ordering his troops back to texas overnight not just over this but over the vetting that his troops endured as well heaven forbid they ever voted for trump maybe they are suspect. do you know who is not suspects my fellow co-hosts on the weekend "fox & friends" co-host will cain, jedediah bila. welcome to you both. good morning. looking forward to seeing you tomorrow morning as well. so, will, what do you make of the fact that national guard troops they did their service on inauguration. we needed 25,000 of them to protect the virtual inauguration but a couple days later, you know, go sleep in the parking
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garage. will: shameful. absolutely shameful. i guess they served their purpose you pointed out. big show of force. now relegated to the freezing cold. and it is freezing cold here on the northeast coast. i guess d.c. is a little bit further down than northeast. but it's cold. they are in the parking garage. in what would look like, i guess if you are highly highly concerned about the spread of covid, the perfect environment closed quarters all there exhaust fumes from cars whatever parking garage are like. not a show of respect. here is the story, pete. why? why were these national guardsmen kicked out of the capitol and relegated down to the parking garage? we need to find out the answer to that? why did this happen? steve: we do indeed. jed, the senator from the great state of will south carolina scott defending the capitol this weekend unconscionable and unsafe. whoever's decision this was to
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house our national guardsmen and women in underground parking lots must be held accountable. meanwhile aoc has offered her couch to anybody who would like to take a nap on it and we will have snacks she tweeted out. but then some national guardsmen hot "the washington post" spoke to about that said, you know what? they are a little leary of these motivations of these politicians trying to secure public relations wins. they love taking pictures of giving the troops the pizzas earlier in the week. but then this happens. jedediah: i had would like to think that people on both sides of the aisle would look at those images of the national guard in the garage for unknown reasons and be horrified by that. we know politics plays a role in pretty much everything these days. i don't know be, i can't tell you what's authentic outreach and what isn't. the question will brought up why. a lot of these national guardsmen were saying we don't even know why we were vacated and the bigger question comes
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through that tweet from senator tim scott which is who made the call? where did this come from? these guys didn't just end up in here, you know, for no reason. someone made the call to make this decision wasn't worried at all about how it was going to look to people across the aisle. have you even had senator schumer come out and say this is appalling. so, i don't really know. i think a lot of questions need to be answered but, obviously, i mean, this is just a gross amount of disrespect being shown to them considering the amount of work they have done in recent kays to work to secure the capitol. i mean, it's pretty horrible to see. pete: capitol hill police kicked out too. ainsley: i read they were on a break 12 hour shifts. during a break they couldn't go back to hotels because they were in another state. it was more convenient to go down there to the parking garage. but then they don't have a place to sleep. steve: one toilet, 45,000 guys one toilet. let me do the math on that, not good.
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ainsley: yeah. pete: t-shirt reads i went to d.c. to secure the capitol all i got was to sleep in the garage. ainsley: so, come up, what's coming up on your show this weekend? will, we will go to you. will: well, we have the great missing man in the mornings, brian kilmeade who has moved to 7:00 p.m. apparently at least for the week. he is going to be on the weekend show with us this weekend. we have rachel and sean duffy. we have nancy grace. and we have pete and will and jedediah. so there is your selling point right there, i think. pete: we have more guests than just that i think as of now. will: i plan on talking a lot, pete. a lot. pete: that's good. more space for you. that's how we roll. [laughing] recall. steve: thank you. ' a quarter are a the hour. time to check in with janice dean the weather machine. hey, there j.d.
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janice: good morning. it's feel like winter outside, isn't it? looking a lot like winter. let's take a look at the maps and temperatures. yes, it is 2 degrees in minneapolis. we have got that cold air sinking in from canada. that's actually going to set the stage for some wintry weather. not only this weekend but into next week. so there is are your tease. we do have some moisture streaming across the gulf coast states in towards the southeast, oh, manual, i'm glad it's friday. and then across the west, we are going to get quite a bit of rain along the coast and mountain snow. so much of that moisture is going to put a dent in the drought. so that's the great news about this system that's going to move into california. look at how much snow we are going to get in the mountains. great for skiing and quite a bit of rain be along the coast which is going to cause the potential for flash flooding. that drought monitor extreme to exceptional across portions of the southwest. this is going to be excellent news for those areas that are going to get some much needed rain and mountain snow. we will watch that moisture across the southeast.
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the cold air is going to set the stage for snow, perhaps next week over the midwest and even the northeast. so just to let you know, as we go into monday and tuesday, we're looking at the potential for maybe a winter storm to hit portions of the northeast, including new york? stay tuned. back to you. steve: all right. you are right. sounded like winter. pete: thank you, janice. appreciate it. same day joe biden took office he disbanded the trump administration's 1776 commission. right away. will the move allow the left to push even more false narratives about history in our classrooms? college of the ozarks president jerry davis served on the commission and has been a part of american education for four decades. he joins us live next. ♪ d to a world of possibilities. entresto helped people stay alive and out of the hospital. don't take entresto if pregnant; it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby.
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being are pete: on the same day, day one joe biden took office he disbanded the trump administration 1776 commission which was designed to promote patriotic education in schools and push back on the idea that the country is systemically racist. the new administration claiming the commission, quote, sought to erase america's history of racial injustice. joining me now is someone who has given more than four decades to american education, president of the college of the ozarks and
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former member of the 1776 commission groh dr. jerry davis. i'm a it huge fan of what you do there. why was 1776 on the chopping block on day one for this new administration? >> are. >> i think it's because we were dealing with a subject that the left doesn't like. i think what we see here is just another battle in the war against american heritage. and why would anybody have a problem with a commission whose sole goal is to better inform people about the heritage of this country. i don't understand how that could be a priority i can think of others that i think the government ought be worried about. pete: the criticism of the report they rescinded the report by the way as if it never happened that white washes the
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racial challenges that our country has had. did it ignore that or recognize it and say we are working every day to push past it? >> no. it does recognize it. and of course the critics don't like it. because they don't want you to hear that and they don't want you to read this report. so i would suggest that all your viewers out there read the report for yourself. don't listen to these know it all's in the i've arey league or in the media that want to tell us how to live and how to think. so you can read that report yourself. you can get it on the college of the ozarks website. you can get it on other web sites. and i think if you read that, you will see that we did address the problem of slavery. it comes down to what is your view of america? we view america as something that's good and correct thing as we go along. there are people out there self-appointed guardians of our heritage that want to tell us that america is no good. and can't be redeemed.
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these people just don't like america. so i think our commission, we told the truth. if they don't like the truth, that's their problem. pete: effectively pushing the 1619 narrative. college of the ozarks does things very differently than almost all colleges and universities in america. you teach capitollism and patriotism and hard work. >> that's right. pete: is it any surprise to you that an incoming democratic administration would go straight at education. education is of the way they get into the bloodstream leftism of young people. >> that's right. it's all part of the idea of telling you how to think or limiting information. you know, we have got the big tech people want to tell you what you can read. they don't like what we said about america that's good. so they want to remove it. and i think people ought to read the report for themselves. my guess is that most americans will agree with what our commission said.
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pete: because it's common sense. because you are loving a country. >> common sense. pete: flawed but unarguably exceptional in the premise that it gave to free people to govern themselves and understanding that rights come from god not from government. >> yeah. it is about common sense. and so you are not going to hear much about it up in the ivy league because those people live in a bubble. they have lost touch with america. so, there are lots of common sense in america you just have to get away from the coast and get away from the know it all's and make up your own mind and you will see how remarkably good america is. and we don't mind standing up for that. we think others should look at what we're doing to teach patriotic education because we need to train citizens that love america in its broadest sense and don't run it down every time they have a chance. pete: that's true as thomas sowell once said the road to
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hell is paved with ivy league degrees. dr. davis, thank you so much for your time. college of the ozarks you can read the report right there on your web website. appreciate your time and all of your work in education. >> thank you. pete: we have florida governor ron desantis and geraldo rivera coming up on the program. don't go anywhere. ♪ pay off my student loan debt. they were able to give me a personal loan so i could pay off all of my credit cards. .. ♪ express yourself ♪ ♪ go pro at subway® for double the protein on any footlong. or on any new protein bowl! so many ways to go pro at subway®! it's not amateur-tein, it's pro-tein, baby! go pro and get double the protein for just $2 more.
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>> president biden set to sign two executive orders.
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>> a new executive action, delivering economic relief for american families and businesses during the pandemic. thousands of national guard troops vanished to the dc parking garages. and why does this happen. >> a brand-new caravan, 1000 in honduras. >> it does work or doesn't work. >> the stuff biden is putting out creating fema camps, that's not necessary in florida. we need more vaccines. >> ♪♪ i want the whole world to know ♪♪ >> welcome to "fox and friends" in 2021, glad you are here. glad to have you here on friday
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and bring our viewers behind-the-scenes. it is 8:00 in the 8:00 hour. at 7:38 we had a plan for 8 am and then at 756 and got the update to the update at 7:59. we don't know what is happening this hour. steve: were you bothered that it is a live tv show and producers say let's change this around because this is bigger news? >> the plan laid out for me. >> it is called news and there is new information. brian: we got the updates to the update. ainsley: ron desantis calling for the national guard in florida. that brings the story. steve: national guard protecting the nation's capital and relegated to the garage,
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the thurgood marshall parking structure is where they have been and there is bipartisan backlash. >> we are not getting the one detail we want, the capital police telling us what happened, they've not spoken to us several times. the statement from the national guard an hour ago, quote, as congress was in session increasing foot traffic, capital police asked troops to move to their rest area. murphy says they located to the thurgood marshall garage and had heat in western facilities and relocated back to the capitol grounds, one guardsmen told them the bathroom had two stalls for 5000 troops and
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added they felt betrayed by the treatment. lawmakers across capitol hill, house minority leader kevin mccarthy tweeting why are american troops tasked at the capital being forced to sleep in a parking lot, they deserve to be treated in respect and deserve answers, i can't believe the same brave servicemembers we've been asking to protect our capital and the constitution these last two weeks would be unceremoniously ordered to vacate the building. they can use the office. freshman congressman in california visited the troops and delivered pizza. it appears things are back to normal but the movies angering governors. first we heard texas's greg abbott, we are learning as you point out that ron desantis is doing so as well, he ordered the adjutant general to bring
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florida national guard soldiers home right away so this is certainly a story that will continue to grow, the capital police account for how it was this took place. you will hear from ron desantis, we will speak to him at 8:35. >> let's bring in geraldo rivera. >> i am sure you are just about ready - what are your thoughts? >> i have been in some funky bivouac's with g.i.s all around the world. they didn't use the empty hotel rooms they had in the district, but g.i.s prepared to rough it but all the lawmakers are
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alarmed and treated better but i would rather be in a parking garage with a bathroom with mud, i am okay with it. 25,000 men and women got to have voices for them to speak, got to feed them. >> we slept in places far worse than a parking garage. empty capital buildings where they once were. now they are not good enough. >> they are in america, not falluja. >> excellent point but i will say the capital building in that complex, the confidence is so shattered by what happened on january 6th. the last thing they want our
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strangers in the building even if the national guard, all those marriott courtyard hotels previously booked and all the air b&bs when the next wave of rioters were arriving in didn't think it through. generally those who make these decisions never slept on the floor. steve: that is a good point. i think geraldo should sleep in his garage tonight. want to ask you this. joe biden has had a flurry of the signing of executive orders in action. one of the mandated yesterday is you got to wear a mask in airports, planes, trains and buses, signed one on wednesday
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on inauguration day that you have to wear a mask on all federal property, that would include national monuments like the lincoln memorial wear a maskless joe biden is breaking his own rule. peter doocy, fox news correspondent at the white house asked jen psaki about this hypocrisy and she responded but apparently forgot his name even though he has covered the campaign for almost a year and a half. watch this. >> i wanted president biden and all members, if he signed an executive order on federal lands. he was celebrating an evening, a historic day in the country. >> an example for people
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watching normally. >> we have bigger issues to worry about, the power of his example is also the message he sends by signing 25 executive orders, almost half related to covid-19. >> he can ask hard questions. steve doocy has asked hard questions. >> like my brother craig, got to get used to peter, peter will be gone for the foreseeable future. peter will make those briefings more interesting than they might ordinarily be. she is going to see a lot of
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them, a repartee, a little sword fighting, she would know his name if she wasn't already by the end of the day. >> and a hard question. and with answers, and in the last administration, peter was not aggressive, he was completely polite and respectful and ask the question. >> we will not have the same, there was a superiority toward them. it was in bad taste, they were
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treated like a pariah and questions with an attitude that is beyond cynical. but jen psaki will have an easier time, most of the press will kiss both cheeks every day but peter will be there and peter will be the man we know will ask tough questions that need to be asked, the president not wearing the mask, standing on the balcony, we have to be reasonable, let people wear masks around other people. steve: that is the thing. ainsley: if he's going to sign an executive order. >> either we need masks like i should have brought down -- steve: you are in your own house. >> his houses federal property. >> you are welcome and so is peter. ainsley: he made the rule she to it. there are bigger issues right now.
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we were all over donald trump for doing the same thing and it is just hypocrisy. hang on because we are going to set up this story. let's get to todd piro with the latest on a variety new york city. >> reporter: tough to interrupt geraldo. president biden's call for unity falling on deaf ears as rioters unleash on liberal run cities, violent demonstrations in portland wednesday night, town.com's julio rosewatts talks about what is motivating this angry mob. >> they want total abolition, they hate biden, they made that abundantly clear yesterday. they hate the united states and everything it stands for. >> democrats condemn mariah that to place on capitol hill they are asked to address this
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well. to grassley tweeting president biden to condemn looting and arson oregon in washington state and calls for the new administration to intervene being made by politicians. >> if you want to root out domestic terrorism go after antifa instead of pretending it is a mythical group created by the right, and an idea whose ideas are so damaging that building end up, absolutely ludicrous. todd: you are redirected to whitehouse.gov. back to you. steve: i wonder who bought that website. >> it was joebiden.com. i think we had the fullscreen
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of those characters in antifa, beautiful, the basis of the modern left across the country, abc, cbs, the newscast - quite a group rate there. brian: could be a reality show, who is the ugliest radical? >> the newscast, geraldo gave it no coverage. ainsley: photo coverage all 3 together. brian: will the white house ignore it? >> they will try but we will not. as long as all extremist violence is exposed. morally superior place. we won't makes distinction between the creeps in the white house, the capital building and those in front of the federal
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buildings, and informal militias, right and left, the bombing of them are a federal building in oklahoma city, these fairytales become deadly, a dozen skills in oklahoma. they do great danger, the people that went into the capital and should do the same thing with antifa. we should never allow them ever again to confront innocent people in a restaurant outside of the husband and the wife to be confronted by creeps who say your politics are wrong and out of line. they are everybody's enemy, we hate them, confront them, stand
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nose to nose with them. steve: they tried to burn down the ice building every day and no one told the national guard. thank you for joining us live, have a great weekend. thank you. my mother in law -- that is one less thing. ainsley: your mother in law before you had peter? >> know, after. sound like a deeper story. ainsley: all moms do that. they would mix us all up. i am sure you - brian: she has always been that way jillian or jill, she joins us.
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jillian: i have never been called tommy. good morning. let's start with the story we are following, army investigators expected to arrive in upstate new york, three national guard troops killed in a helicopter crash. members of the military and law enforcement, there remains to the medical examiner's office, the medical evacuation helicopter went down during a routine training mission no word on the cause. the fbi with a reward for information on the dc pipe bomb suspect, 75,$000, police and the suspect place two devices outside the rnc and dnc an hour before rioters storm the capital earlier this month. a michigan man is charged with attacking a police officer with a hockey stick during the right and is florida man was arrested when he returned to dc for the inauguration, knowing he was a wanted man for his alleged role in the capital riots. the repair shop owner at the center of the hunter biden scandal speaking out, john paul mc isaac tells sean hannity he
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saw documents that suggest a paper plate theme. >> two young men were capitalizing off of one of their father's positions to drum up more value and efforts to make more money. >> reporter: isaac gave the laptop to the fbi after hunter failed to retrieve it. a 100-year-old world war ii veteran received service metal he deserved. walter nets served in the pacific but was never properly awarded. there were several awards including the world war ii victory and american campaign medals. congratulations.
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brian: in the year since the first conference covid-19 cases hospitals have been in overdrive and is the month stretched on telehealth emerged as a healthcare necessity. doctor birx is leading the way to take the burden off of front-line workers during the vaccine rollout which is getting started.
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good morning to you. those who are unfamiliar with telehealth. >> it is more than just virtual care, virtual visits. there is a platform in order to coordinate care, this notion of meeting the patient, where they are. brian: in the early days of the pandemic everyone was terrified to go to the hospital because that is where the covid-19 people were going and they didn't want to get infected, and the doctor might be infected. even when it started earlier we
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saw proliferation of telehealth and we are a year into it. how is telehealth going to help people get a vaccine? that is what everybody's trying to do right now. >> back to this notion. we are able to automate things to alleviate the burden of the frontline provider. a great example, a shipment of vaccine, automation and help telehealth platform to communicate with her patients or eligible. it is all about automating, the communication platform. steve: in addition to coordinate the vaccine, going forward a lot of people rather than trying to make an
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appointment to see the doctor whenever they have an opening you can just go and use your tele dock, and all sorts of things have been bothering you but you think is it strep throat or allergies, what do i do? i will push that button on my phone and you wind up getting an answer. >> it is wonderful technology. we are looking for the sweet spot in terms of proper utilization. there are things that will still require our patients to see us in person and we need to find that sweet spot. steve: you have 300,000 healthcare providers. doctor banis, thank you for joining us live.
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it is 8:25 in the east was a violent suspect let out on shockingly low bail two weeks before police say he walked out and kill the guy who was walking his dog. how did that happen? our next guest says it is a tragedy that could have been prevented. less oral steroids. taking my treatment at home. nucala is a once-monthly add-on injection for severe eosinophilic asthma. not for sudden breathing problems. allergic reactions can occur. get help right away for swelling of face, mouth, tongue, or trouble breathing. infections that can cause shingles have occurred. don't stop steroids unless told by your doctor. tell your doctor if you have a parasitic infection. may cause headache, injection site reactions, back pain, and fatigue. ask your doctor about nucala at home. find your nunormal with nucala.
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>> philadelphia law enforcement officials pointing the finger at each other after a violent criminal was let out of jail to strike again. after making $3,000 bail, armed robbery and kidnapping charges police say josephus davis shot and killed a man when he was out walking his dog. how is he so able to buy his freedom? let's ask john mc entry. good morning. i'm sure you are outraged which what happened? >> this seems to be, first i'd like to send condolences to the family, it is a shame, a tragedy for someone to come back to the city of philadelphia to plant his roots here for his lifetime and for something like this to happen is just a shame.
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this goes to the common theme of the district attorney, catch and release program, he is experimenting with since 2017. just this month we have 85 people shot in the city of philadelphia, 12 of those under the age of 18, leading the league unfortunately in murders this month alone, we have over 30. his lack of effort and people on the street committing these crimes, there is not a whole lot of them. there is no fear of repercussion in the city of philadelphia. they know they are going to get out and he won't do anything to them. it is a shame and hopefully we can get him out of office and stop all this. ainsley: is anyone to blame? they say not us, or the judge. >> that is the common theme.
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when something goes wrong, he didn't even have the courtesy of a press conference on this job. if you want to call this any kind of fight, two prosecutors went into these hearings, one monitored less than 35 words and the other less than 150. of that is fighting for the citizens of philadelphia that is very sad. ainsley: if you look at the stats, the homicide rate, 2017, it went up the next year 353, went up a little, then a little the next year, 356. last year 2020 went all the way up 499. >> 499 is recorded, some are not under investigation. may be over 500. this month alone we are at 33 and we are only in the 20-second of january. there is no fear of
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repercussion, too many guns out there, letting too many people go, too many backdoor deals, and this is solely on the lap of larry krasner. ainsley: he was out walking his dog. he was engaged to be married and has a mother he left behind, she is devastated and will be for the rest of her life. this is sad. >> it is a common theme in philadelphia, robert wilson's family, who was gunned down as a police officer, someone stabbed in center city. it is a long list of people and it goes back to him. if he did his job that he was elected to do some of this stuff would stop. ainsley: how many years to see have? >> hopefully we have somebody that wants to be a career prosecutor, not thing everybody
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those images of national guardsmen in the nations capital, to make sure the inauguration was secure, sleeping on the floor of the capital and someone kicked them out and said go slip -- sleep in the garage. you were infuriated and that is why you officially called people back last night and it was announced this morning. >> these folks are soldiers. they served our country, the state of florida after natural disasters, they are serving right now helping with vaccinating senior citizens, they are not nancy pelosi's servant and this is on the back end of them trying to investigate the background of our guardsmen. florida, we did not let them go -- it was totally inappropriate, very
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disrespectful so this is a half cocked mission at this point and the important thing is to bring them home. >> there are so many new yorkers temporarily living in florida, they want to be in the sunshine. you are opening everything up. they are loving it in florida. you allow people to get vaccines there. brian: fly from canada, south america, there are a lot of those. >> that is totally not true. 1.3 million reported vaccine shots, hundreds of thousands more, 97% full-time florida residents.
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we have people of our part-time residents, you live here over the winter. let them have doctors here, there is no vaccine tourism. hospitals are not allowed to engage in vaccine tourism. if someone didn't follow the rules that is something we deal with. we are putting our seniors first and putting florida seniors first. brian: the number of people vaccinated leading the nation, the percentage of vaccine administered, 65 persons, 500,000 individuals in the state received the vaccine. what are you doing differently that is allowing you to vaccinate the population? >> it is better than that. we are reporting 840,000 seniors have received the shot but the reporting, we really believe today is the day we will do our one millionth senior in the state of florida. i have a world war ii veteran you will see get the shot. he's 100 years old, a great guy.
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what we did is we put seniors first. this is something we need to focus on, the 65 and up population, young work the -- workers getting another statement i want to protect our vulnerable. that is what we are doing. in all 67 counties, working with pharmacies, hospitals and if you double my vaccine allotment next week i would be able to do double the vaccine. ainsley: why aren't we getting the vaccine? not enough time? >> the federal government when they get them they send them but i thought we would be getting more by now, 266,000 the week. last week monday through sunday, 405,000 shots. i am now doing more shots in a week and if we see increases in supply, you actually see fewer
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vaccines on a daily basis but we have one right here. are you ready to do that? >> 100 years old army or core veteran. >> he is a world war ii veteran, 100 years old. he has had a remarkable career of service to our country and the state of florida. he was a state senator here. he knew charles lindbergh, buzz aldrin, joe dimaggio, president truman, reagan, an american hero, almost 100 years old and has the opportunity to get the vaccine and we are excited. and we do believe this is the one millionth senior which the reporting will bear out over the next couple days. steve: he can't hear us. >> i can ask him a question. steve: ask how it felt. >> how does that feel?
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>> didn't feel a thing. [applause] >> this guy still has some guns. this is a handsome individual. steve: panthera thanks to henry for his service was what does it mean to him to get the vaccine? >> how do you feel about that? >> how happy we are to deliver the number one state of the union, the number one governor in the union. ainsley: could you ask him being 100, has been hunkered down for the last year to
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minimize the exposure, you never know who has got it. >> how do you handle when covid-19 hit, have you been isolating? what did you do? >> c friends and family, things are not normal. we have been very close to normal. >> i think a lot of floridians, this is real but he has lived a full life and he's going to keep living in this vaccine helps them do more. ainsley: i wonder if he ever experienced anything like this. >> what did he experience? he said he didn't feel a thing. thank henry for his service and
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showing the world. >> thanks for doing this. he said thanks, guys. brian: i believe you owe is that great endorsement. >> that is a deal. ainsley: thank you for your service. will: it is cool, people make different decisions. ainsley: isn't he adorable? what a great story. amazing. >> janice: governor desantis is doing good work in florida, seniors first. let's look at the weather because we have cold weather, not in florida, we love you in florida. across the upper midwest and the plains states we have cold air in place and that is where we could see potential for a snowstorm.
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we have rain across the gulf coast and the southeast and much-needed moisture moving into the west which will put a dent in a drought which is great news and we will see potential for flash flooding across portions of california towards the southwest. look at all of that snow. this is beneficial. we will see potential for flash flooding. i want to point your attention to one of our computer models, next week is that good news? some snow in new york city, jersey toward new england. back to you. brian: with the weather things are relative. brian: it is problematic to drive through bad weather. fits knows it will give us something. steve: we can do some things. ainsley: very true. i will try to make it happen. i go to the grocery store.
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we appreciate it. coming up, after serving the country for generations one texas family is another member to the military, the mom administers the oath of enlistment to her daughter. they join us live next. let's check in at the top of the hour. >> a familiar time of the day. nice to see you again. ainsley: you are back. >> have a great weekend. another day another executive order. is this how we are going to govern? what is with the stimulus? matt schlapp, andy mccarthy will referee that. along with morris jones and dagan mcdowell on the censorship of big tech. we are loaded on a friday in mere moments. defenses every day,
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>> the next generation of service, by joining the navy, starting the journey to serve as a master at arms. what made the milestone,
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military mom administered the oath of enlistment. u.s. navy recruit mariah white and her mother lieutenant commander veronica white. maria and lieutenant commander, thank you so much. you will have to call your mother ma'am soon enough. why make this choice? to go into the navy? >> the following the footsteps of my mother and my sister. brian: you've got to be more than proud. put me in the moment you are administering the oath with your hands raised in the air. >> i was ecstatic and had a moment i got choked up. it was very humbling. brian: you have another daughter in the navy as well stationed overseas. what did you watching your
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mother and service that made you say this is my next step? >> her leadership, stay in control, she is always there and i love that. brian: imitation is the highest form of flattery, you have done a great job at that. what do you want? why do you serve our nation? why do you love this country? both of you. >> you want to be something bigger and better than yourself and to be that example. to be that example is what gives me pleasure and service to country and love of country. >> how about you? >> same as my mom, being an example for people out there,
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able to serve our country. >> i love that you are prepared to step up at this young age, the most valuable patriot award is given to a gentleman who salutes all the high schoolers who go straight into the military before going to college. what made you make the choice to skip college and go straight into the military? >> to follow in the footsteps, i was ready. brian: supercool. did you ever have a more special enlistment? i am sure you are listed many people, probably didn't choke up before. >> not as much as i did on this one. brian: congratulations and thank you for your service. more "fox and friends" coming up.
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