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todd: this as the head of the u.s. punish shops biden would quote advance even than human life. watch her on moms, fox nation, she is the host she is awesome. are cd we love you. carley: thank you, rachel, we appreciate it. "fox & friends" starts right now. todd: president biden kicks off first week in office it more policy. >> is he there signing one executive order after another. only plan in that regard is to trash trump to make some absurd claim that he has done a great job. >> as millions of americans continue to get vaccinated democrats moving forward with the covid relief package. >> it need is urgent. americans, republicans and democrats are dying. >> caravan expected to leave honduras this week. >> it's dangerous for us in our community. it brings drugs and human trafficking. and it's something that we try hard to stop. >> senator josh hawley says it's time to stand up to the, quote,
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muze ling of america. in a new op-ed hawley breaks down cancel culture and effects on conservation. >> godwin has the first down and this game is over. tom brady is going back to the super bowl. >> mahomes, brady, super bowl. history of the sport. ♪ you know, i'm here for the money ♪ and i ain't leaving until they throw me out. ♪ >> there we go. we now have a super bowl all set up, the matchup. and i never i thought i would see it in my lifetime. we will have a home team hosting the super bowl and just to show you how bizarre world we are in that home team hosting the super bowl will not be sold out. sell about 26,000 tickets. tampa will be playing in tampa. tom brady has brought a team to the playoffs which was amazing at 43 get to the super bowl which is amazing. he looks so good. i think that his book that tv 12
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book about how to be young and athletic. whatever he is doing, the whole country should be mandated to do. forget the mask, we should do what tom brady does. ainsley: did they determine tampa before? brian: yeah. to host it. it's never happened before. steve: it's not tampa. when tom brady moved there, they changed the name to will tompa. anyway they will see you in tompa. the bucs vs. the kansas city chiefs. which will win again. patrick mahomes. ainsley: pulling from that team your whole life? steve: i'm from kansas. of course i am pulling for kansas city. patrick mahomes is so much fun. we will talk about him and the chiefs. we know half the country watches the super bowl for the ads. ainsley: commercials. steve: could have bad news for that start first not at the super bowl but under the big dome and what's going on in washington. brian: yeah, i mean, it's kind of sad because we heard that
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speech about unity coming together. let's see if we can work together we are not red, not blue, we are the united states. i got it but then joe biden has gone on executive order binge that we have not seen in the history of the united states. is he signing things to undue the testimony trump legacy. one respect attack the pandemic. the rest of the thing is he going ahead and ignoring the pandemic. case in point what he is doing on immigration. he banned all flights coming in from just about every country except from our southern border revolving door and two or three caravans barreling up our direction. look at this, steve, on comparing the biden totals to the recent it president totals in terms of eo. steve: eo, executive orders and actions. when you compare joe biden with, as you can see the last four presidents before him, he is by far the winner. keep in mind presidents can do
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as many as they want to in the opening days. and clearly joe biden feels like if he gets out there and he is able to touch on these topics. that will resonate with his base. evidence said if you elect me i will do something about this, this, this, and. this because congress is so gridlocked right now, this could be the only way he is able to get anything, ainsley, in the immediate future aside from stimulus and even on that they are far, far apart. ainsley: i think the' 4 million people who voted for trump looked at this he is saying unity look at his actions. he is saying words look at his actions. he went right in and signed all these executive actions to and orders to erase a lot of what donald trump did. a lot of what the american public liked about donald trump. mark levin said is he cop forming to that progressive side. listen to this. >> nothing that joe biden has done since his inauguration speech demonstrates any form of unity.
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it's conformity. conformity. are he's there proudly signing one executive order after another. these executive orders do, what? taxpayer paid for abortion on demand even one minute before birth. the paris climate accords which ought to be a treaty, which ties our hands, plus his war on american energy. open borders. the iran deal. the world health organization that is controlled by the communist chinese, he says i want 100 million vaccines given in 100 days. well, guess what? he took office. we were doing about 1 million vaccines each at a which mean 100 million in 100 days. his only plan in that regard is to trash trump to dumb down all those achievements and to make some absurd claim that he has done some great job. there has been no unity. ainsley: a lot of people liked donald trump or liked his policies because of his pro-life
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stance. and when you listen to mark levin's show, he reiterates that this is taxpayer dollars paying for abortions could possibly be one minute before you give birth to this baby all the way to the end of the pregnancy, which is just gut wrenching. and then he is talking about the rack scenes. we highlighted that last week that if you look at the number of vaccines, a million vac seeps per day. so, we're already doing that. but, is trump going to get credit for it or is joe biden going to get credit for it, brian? brian: how about this credit because they are already saying donald trump has no plan going forward and debating that how do you have no plan but hitting a million mark? so we will talk about that. i am looking forward to his made in america agenda. i don't know what that actually means. i think he is leaning way it will too far toward union jobs but signing that today. another story in the "new york post" today josh hawley. rising star on the right. when he came out against electoral college, specifically
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pennsylvania and says i have a huge problem with the way they changed their policies when it comes to this election at the last minute i believe it's unconstitutional. i want the supreme court to hear it he challenged it and ted cruz challenged it and we end up with that raid on the capitol. the democrats want him out. they are looking to oust him. corporate america wants him out. he loses a book deal so he is having corporate american sell his event. random house cancels his peculiar. you have democrats pressuring for him to get out. so he writes this op-ed saying this is not just about me. it's about the country. and he goes on to say this. and here is an excerpt. social scores are now. china is doing. this he says there is where we are heading the the latest corporate import from china where every government big business monitor every citizen's social views and statements. cancel culture as they team up to shut down speech they don't like and force their political
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agenda on america. the powerful sea in the present moment to the opportunity to consolidate control over society and to squelch dissent. that means those who believe in liberty must now take a stand while we still can. do you know whether a, steve? there is a lot of people on the left you watch bill maher's show. can't get more liberal than bill maher he is concerned about where this is heading. steve: steve josh hawley's very premise in the beginning of the op-ed, and if you have "the new york post." if i get home delivery. it's our company, it's a great paper and great read this morning. at the very beginning he talks about if you believe in first amendment freedoms and free speech you have got to take a stand. simon shuster canceled his book deal. people are calling for him to resign his job. and then there was going to be a fundraiser, a political fundraiser, i think in two weeks in orlando, and now lowe's hotel corporation has canceled his
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event at their location called the port offeno bay hotel. two parties are apparently one too many for their taste. so you look at the corporate influence and things like that, and he talks a little bit about this. he said, you know, your conservative social platform isn't worth much when amazon can shut you down. your vote may still be yours, but if your party is denied the means to effectively organize by corporate monopolies it's not going to win. your church, well, you can still attend for now. go to the wrong church and you may not have a job in a couple years. it goes on and on. he says what has happened to him because he simply was calling into question the certification of the fact that pennsylvania, he says, wrote their own election rules and he was just calling that into question, want would to have the debate. he said, you know, he stood up for what he believed, and if you do, and you don't speak up now, you could be next.
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ainsley: yeah, if you don't conform. if your. is opposite of what the left is and these big tech companies that control what's on twitter and what message is out there. if it's. steve: and who, who gets to use it. ainsley: this might pack fire on what do you call them the servers like the fooling or whatever? because someone else is going to two their own and allow a conservative voice. steve: the infrastructure. ainsley: cause some competition there which needs to happen. people are tired of this. but people are cared to speak up. i mean, there are people that are trump supporter in new york city in this liberal city and they just keep their mouths shut because they are scared of being canceled. brian: we are seeing it push back and be aware of it and stand up for something. mean while in two weeks, two weeks from yesterday, we're going to have super bowl. afternoon there is going to be the kansas city chiefs looking to repeat first time since 2003, go back-to-pack the last team who did it tom brady led new england patriot. now they will square off. tom brady 43.
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patrick mahomes 25. so, and he is the reigning mvp is patrick mahomes coming off a concussion, passed the protocol good thing. both talk about matchup repray from a great game in the regular season in which kansas city won be. listen. >> it home super bowl for the first time in nfl history i think puts a lot of cool things in perspective. any time you are the first time doing something, it's usually a pretty good thing. football is an ultimate team sport. and it takes everybody. everybody playing a role and just so proud of this whole team and again just blessed to be a are the pa of it. >> being able to go up against one of the greatest if not the greatest quarterback of all time in his 150th super bowl it's going to be a great experience for me. to go out there and have a chance to repeat and do it against the best, i mean, it's something special and i'm excited for the opportunity. brian: the coach is the first time he has been head coach of the super bowl. it's great news for the tampa franchise.
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last time they won john gruden was the coach a long time ago. before that tony dungy brought them into prominence. a game easy to sell. the question is who wants to buy in? steve: exactly. because, when you think about what's going on in the world right now. you have got coronavirus. you have got the economy. you have got all sorts of things, aside from the game right there. you have social unrest and things like that. so when it comes to the ads. you know about half the country it seems like if they don't have a team in the super bowl, they watch for the ads. and, yet, when you take a look, the prices are actually town for super bowl ads and they have not sold out. and. brian: that's stunning by the way. how could you not sell out? steve: the advertisers, brian, if we have a message are we going to offend anybody? ainsley: not worth it. steve: they are looking at risk mitigation. those who stay in the game are going to a play it safe. the companies that are going to pass on super bowl ads this year are stunning.
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look at that. ainsley: can you believe that? coca cola? ford? steve: avocados from mexico. make quack mollie, that's the day. ainsley: i know. the chips. i'm just so upset about this because that's what's fun. that's what so fun. you watch the whole game. normally when you are watching a show and a commercial comes on that's your time to go to the kitchen and get a snack. people don't want to do that with the super bowl. they want to watch. i hope they are not super political ads. i hope they have fun. the ones who are going to stick with it they have fun and do unite our country and not make it so polarized. brian: between will me too movement and it black lives matter and social unrest. spend all this money and have backlash. pepsi suffered backlash in its nod to black lives matter movement in 2017 when kendall jenner was criticized as trivial lived the whole issue both gillette and ads important messages being better they
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proved polarizing and ace all that money how do you make sense of that in a public traded company. co-founder and executive creative director at overland ad agency he says this there is trepidation around super bowl ads this year for the super bowl. you generally go big or go home. i think brands are going home rather than spending tens of millions of dollars and not getting it right. they are saying let's wait until this s-storm clears. steve: snow storm. brian: which will not happen in tampa. steve: the chairman of the big ad agency said the super bowl is going to be like it was for the last 30 years. meaning for 75 brands advertising is going to be a big waste of money and for 10 it's requesting to be a bargain. the big question will be two weeks from today, what super bowl ad will would he be talking about? if. ainsley: yeah. patrick mahomes you said you were telling me earlier so fun to watch. steve: is he a great.
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ainsley: he played baseball in college, too. brian: dad was a pitcher. i would say this. there is another big story out there. these bars closed at 10:00 in most of the country. ainsley: trying to change that. brian: you can't have a game and tell everyone to go home after the second quarter. no barsill have super bowl parties force tion people home where 70% of all spread happens in the home. it 1.4% happens in bars. at least extend it governor emmy award-winning governor cuomo in new york and governor pritzker in illinois. extend it. allow people to hang out behind plexiglass wearing windshields, whatever. let the bars have some super bowl money on sunday. steve: it will be okay for the west coast though. ainsley: that's true. brian: except for california where they don't even let you eat outdoors. ainsley: some are it talking about extending it for one day so you can go to your bar and drink until midnight. will. brian: i'm not going to this a
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bar. steve: i haven't been to bar in a year. will. brian: talking about the super bowl. steve: i haven't been to the super bowl in a year. ainsley: straight from the bar if. brian: i will be like a civilian. steve: quarter after the hour. and carley joins us today with headlines. carley: good morning, guys. we are going to start with a fox news alert. an unlawful assembly declared in tacoma, washington after protests turned violent. [chanting] can '. carley: reported of antifa protesters demand inmates be freed from a local jail. the protest started after a police officer drove through a crowd saturday injuring at least one person. seconds before the crowd was seen pounding on the officer's car windows. an investigation, an independent investigation is underway. a second caravan apparently 3,000 migrants from honduras is expected to leave for the u.s. today. meanwhile the leader of mexico
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reveals president biden offered them $4 billion to help development in central america. arizona sheriff mark lamb joined me earlier on "fox & friends first" to weigh in. >> we have got people here in this country that are struggling. we have got businesses that are struggling. let's give that $4 billion to them. carley: guatemalan media report a caravan of migrants to leave el salvador next month. in michigan snow and icy roads causing this multicar pileup. and in california a hailstorm causing this accident. the state is bracing for 10 days of storms, potentially bringing flash floods, landslides and heavy snow. yikes. meantime, funeral arrangements are set for hank arron. tomorrow a visitation will be held for the major league baseball hall of famer in atlanta. he will be laid to rest wednesday afternoon. the private service will be streamed live.
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former president bill clinton is expected to attend. aaron died last week. he was 86 years old. those are your headlines, guys. steve: a legend. all right. thank you, carley. all right. still ahead on this monday, president biden naming what he calls the single best defense against covid. and do you know what? it's not the vaccine. so, is this, following the science? we are calling in dr. nicole saphier because she is a scientist and she's next. ♪ ♪ it don't matter where we go ♪ we always find a way back home ♪ ♪ i'm a performer. always have been. and always will be. never letting anything get in my way. not the doubts,
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not vaccinations are the single best defense that we have against covid-19. brian: president biden insisting masks are the key to fighting covid-19 more than are vaccines. here to react fox news medical contributor dr. nicole saphier. we already knew about masks. i don't know what this is going to do. what about that message? are you okay with that? >> well, brian, you know, i understand where he's coming from but masks aren't created equally. some are wearing a single layer gator some are walking around in n-95s and ranges in filtration go from 20% up to 94%. just like masks aren't created equally people aren't either. study coming out in the "new york times" saying 42% of people wear masks correctly. yes, if people were all walking around in a triple layer cotton mask or n-95 and actually wearing them appropriately then, yes, that would be a great defense against this vice.
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but that's not what happens which is why we have had widespread transmission of this virus over the course of the past year which is why we have over 25 million documented cases which is likely 8 to 10 times that. so we are much closer to natural herd immunity than we ever thought. brian: think about all the people who had already and walking around with the antibodies. we have a new cdc director raychel wolenski. she said this is her greatest problem now when it comes to vaccines. listen. >> i would say one of the biggest problems right now is i can't tell you how much vaccine we have. and if i can't tell you then i can't tell it to the governors and can't tell it to the state health officials. if they don't know how much vaccine they are getting but this week and the week after, they can't plan. >> why don't we know? i thought we had this thing down to a science. getting jabbed at what hospital. what happened?
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brian, dr. wolenski is correct. question how many vaccines we will get. 42 million vaccines will be distributed. about 21 million doses have been given. hospitals in states, they keep getting told that they are getting a certain amount of numbers of vaccines and then that number falls short most often. i think there needs to be much more transparency with the drug companies and hhs and we really need to be able to count on and depend on how many doses we are going to get so we can plan and be efficient at delivering those doses. brian: right. we do know we are ordering moderna and we're ordering the pfizer. how soon can we get to johnson and johnson? >> well, we are waiting for johnson and johnson to release their final data. they have already released some of it. some of their interim data extremely promising. single dose vaccine which is huge. doesn't require second dose so we only need half the supply. johnson and johnson has yet to apply for eua. once they do we know the fda still drags their feet a bit and takes several weeks after that. but i can tell you johnson and
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johnson have already said that they're behind in their manufacturing as well. they keep promising a lot. all of the drug companies have promised x amount and they all are falling short in how much they are delivering and that is a massive disappointment. brian: yes. don't they want to make money? we're paying them for this. the free market is supposed to do this. so make more. how hard is that to understand? dr. saphier, thanks so much. >> thanks, brian. brian: i think that things are really going to pick up between all the people that had it, got the antibodies and then going to get better and better at distributing it. my fingers are crossed. coming up straight ahead. minnesota bars sued and stripped of it licenses for fighting the state's lockdown restrictions now being held as the reason for these restrictions being lifted. that owner joins us on her fight to stay open is a fight for all businesses across the country next. ♪ born free ♪ i was born free ♪ born free ♪
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♪ ♪ steve: it's your wake-up call. 6:'0 on monday morning. peep beep beep, this is it. time now for headlines and first up senator chuck schumer of new york is slamming mitch mcconnell of kentucky as talks of a power sharing agreement have stalled. >> mitch mcconnell will not dictate to the senate what we should do and how we should proceed. steve: that's what he says. the hangup comes as mitch mcconnell says he is asking for assurance that democrats won't get rid of the legislative filibuster. schumer at this point will not commit to that. sources tell fox news sarah sanders is expected to announce her run for governor of arkansas in 90 minutes. president trump's former press secretary faces a competitive republican primary race against lieutenant governor tim griffin and attorney general leslie rutledge. so stand by for that.
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ainsley: all right. a minnesota bar is being sued by the state after defying an indoor dining ban. but the openers of alibi drinkry in lakeville are determined to keep her doors open and money in the pocket of her staff. joining us now one of the co-owners lisa monet darza. good morning, lisa. >> hi. thanks for having me. ainsley: you are welcome. i understand the governor shut down all indoor restaurants no indoor dining and you said i'm sorry i have to continue, right? >> yeah. on december 16th we decided to reopen after being shut down almost a month. following a two and a half month shutdown. ainsley: you knew ha that meant you could get a knock on your door from authorities slapped with fines or a lawsuit. what happened to you when you opened it up? >> we opened up and we did not anticipate the business that we had. and we did not anticipate the kick backs from the state. we were served with temporary injunction restraining order, a
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lawsuit from the state. and a contempt of court order from the judge in our county. we were also are are facing minnesota department of health is attempting to take our license or has taken our license. we have not gotten the paperwork from them. we read about it. and don't even know what's going on. we also have a hearing in february regarding our liquor license. >> >> why did you decide to do this? what took you to that point? >> there were a lot of different reasons, obviously our staff. we opened right before christmas. our staff needed money. unemployment was not doing it for any of our staff members. it we own two restaurants because we offered them for any of our locations. we also did it for the fact that we weren't going to be able to get through another three month shutdown, which is the first shutdown was two and a half month. also did it because it's our right as a business owner to open. and it was an unconstitutional
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executive order by our governor that singled restaurant industries out and shut us down with little to know data showing had that we were the super spreaders that we were claiming. ainsley: what did you say to the people who said you were selfish? you are telling us you had to do. this you were going to lose your business. staff was going to be out of work. people still called you selfish. what was your response to them? >> i have everything to lose by opening our business. the governor was talking about bringing relief for us. we didn't know when it was coming. to be selfish and say that we are opening our business and risking lazarusing everything was probably one of the most selfless things that i have ever done in my life. ainsley: what did the people say. >> when you opened up and you had customers and you were surprised by so many people coming in to support you, what did they say about this? >> we had thousands and thousands of people reaching out to us from all over the country and all over the world in support.
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and we have thousands of people reaching out and telling us to kill ourselves. telling us we should die, our families should die. our employees should die. ainsley: what? >> we got vandalized. our entire building got vandalized. yeah. we were followed. it was up sane. i just thought we were going to open up our restaurant, and our customers were going to come back. in status quo and it was not at all what i thought was going to happen. ainsley: they are kicking you when you are down. so sad. so sorry, lisa. good news now the restaurant are open 50% for indoor dining? are you able to do it even though you are reading in the paper they took your license? >> we're still open. we are waiting the papers from the mdh. we are also restricted we have to close at 10:00 p.m. we are a 2:00 a.m. bar. we do a lot of our business from 10 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. ainsley: restaurant is alibi drinkry where is it located what stink in your town.
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>> in lakeville minnesota. will. steve: if you live there go support her. >> thank you for having me. ainsley: coming up joe biden's stimulus plans facing backlash from both sides of the aisle. can americans expect to see financial relief any time soon? senator bill cassidy got off the phone with the white house and is he going to join us with the insight next. ♪ ♪
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senator, good morning to you. >> good morning. i agree. that's a pretty big filibuster. isn't it? steve: it is. you are the perfect person to ask about this. not only are you a senator, but you are also a doctor. so of the $1.9 trillion, you know, i have heard some republicans say it's twice too much. it's more than that what do you think? >> yeah, really depends on what the justification is. and i think we came out of our call yesterday saying okay, show us the justification. we can all agree, we need to have money up there for vaccines. clearly the vaccine rollout kind of not working as well as we would like. and testing. we can accept that on the medical aspect. some of the other things let's talk about and show us why you want that much money and then let's talk again. ainsley: why aren't we able to get vaccines? there are long lines. people are getting trouble getting into the computers to make appointments. once the spaces fill it up and you have to wait weeks.
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why aren't we getting these request i canner. >> i think that's the big question,right? there were vaccines, if you will in storage to go out. i'm not quite sure just don't know. is it that it's not being produced or that it is not being delivered? i spoke to a friend of mine who is actually involved in the distribution. he says too much big government control has kind of messed it up. if you ever want any other medicine you need, it's always there but that's because the normal mechanism is in play. on the other hand, now we have to go through kind of the government office and predictably, because it's not set up this way. there is delay. so, it may be instead of more government control. we need to go back to how things are normally distributed. brian: state always want control. they get control and now they are complaining about the federal government. now the federal government is going to take control. watch the states will all start blaming the federal government. just take responsibility. on this package. evidently on the call that joe
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manchin helped put together, both sides an guess king, you, others said tell me where you get this number from $1,400. a lot of people don't need it. set up a criteria because to make sure the right people get it. target at the people. the other thing you guys brought up is 130 billion for schools. and mitt romney said we all just gave you $00 billion. there is a lot of school money in there. you have not spent 1.8 trillion where are you coming up with 1.9 and angus king said this is not monopoly money. want if accountability for the trillions. >> came out of the call. i was part of all of that. what came out of the call was that they are going to give us a justification. they say they have got the numbers. okay. and openness show us the numbers. show us what you are going to do to make sure it's truly targeted as opposed to just money going out the door and they pledged to too so. i think we all want to get
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through this pandemic. and we want to give them a he can bra. maybe they know something that we don't know. so, let's kind of meet once more and see how those matchup. steve: in the meantime, within the last week, joe biden has been sworn in as the it 46th president of the united states. he has made it very clear, he wants america to come together. stop all the civil wars. he wants to unify the country. at the same time, senator, listen to this. here is bernie on another channel yesterday talking about how joe biden they are going to drag him way to the left. here's bernie. are. >> you said that joe biden is off to a good start. some of your progressive colleagues want him to do more. are they right? >> look, we are going to push joe, the president, as far as we can right now we are looking atn unprecedented moment in history the pandemic. economic collapse. climate change we have a crumbling infrastructure.
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he we have got to roll up our sleeves and fight for the agenda that working people throughout this country want. they want to raise that minimum wage to $5 an hour. they want that direct payment of $1,400 on top of the $600. we have got to do that. steve: so, senator, sounds like bernie sanders, who, you know, a lot of his supporters voted for joe biden even though he was not their first choice. and now bernie sanders and his supporters feel like, joe, you have got to get as much as you can while the getting is good. >> yeah. i think clearly interest is a lot of energy in the democrat party on the left. i would argue that there is already a fair amount left ward slant of what joe biden is doing. for example, this order is affecting leasing oil and gas on federal lands will put tens of thousands of americans out of work. it will shift oil and gas production overseas where the environmental standards are less than ours, which will increase greenhouse gas emissions. it's almost as if you decided to
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help the chinese and other economies with your domestic agenda. and so i think already we're seeing that slant to the left. i think the american people will be disappointed if this continues. ainsley: thank you so much, senator, for being with us. >> thank you. brian: disappointed to say the least. ainsley: hand it over to carley who has headlines for us. carley: that's right. listen to this. indianapolis police are hunting for the gunman in a mass murder. at least five people were killed in their home, including a pregnant woman. the mayor is calling for justice in the targeted attack. >> four individuals perpetrated an act of evil, the full might of local state and federal law enforcement are coming for them. carley: a young man is in critical condition. the incident marks the cityst largest mass casualty shooting in more than a decade.
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president biden's nominee for health and human services secretary xavier becerra dodges questions over the vaccination distribution timeline. >> it's a martnership hand it won't be a heavy hand because we have to work with our state and local partners. >> can you give a timeline? >> well, i -- sworn in to give you a timeline. carley: the u.s. now topping 25 million confirmed coronavirus cases. the university of washington is projecting nearly 560,000 deaths by may. well, this is the best doggone story you are going to see all week. a new orleans u.p.s. driver becoming an internet sensation after sharing some pawsome pictures with dogs on daily root. he post as new photo every friday and has nearly 100,000 followers, rather. the it will mutt dog lover poses from all breeds from chihuahuas to great deigns.
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steve: as new york governor andrew cuomo faces scrutiny over the handling of the pandemic, republicans are searching for a candidate in new york state who could take him on when he is up for re-election next year. there is suddenly buzz surrounding our very own janice dean who has been a fierce critic of governor cuomo. she lost both of her in-laws to covid in new york nursing homes after a directive by the governor ordered the homes to admit infected patients. and janice joins us right now from the weather center. recall hello, janice. good morning to you. janice: good morning, steve.
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steve: you know, one of the things about you, since this tragedy in your family where you lobbyist both of your husband's parents is the fact that you have been appear absolutely fearless critic of governor cuomo. you tweeted out of you refer to him as killer cuomo. why is it you feel hike you need to take a stand against this governor? i mean you are in a very high profile job. >> well, i think it's important for people that go through challenges to take a stand. and my family went through one of the worst things a family can go through. the death of my husband's parents. i believe it's because of this governor's failure in leadership. and he continues to fail not only with the covid positive patients in the nursing homes for 46 days which i think help led to thousands of seniors dying, but also the rollout in
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the vaccines. he is failing at that as well. and i don't believe this governor actually wants to be a governor. i think he wants to be a celebrity with his books that he has written and his poster and his happy birthday parties where people donate to his re-election campaign. of course, his emmy award we can't forget that. steve: right. exactly. janice: i think people who run for these types of positions should be people that have endured challenges and really have something to say about what their family has gone through. steve: this all started, janice, and people who watch this show every day know because they saw it happen live is as you lost your in-laws, you were simply asking questions and there are your in-laws right there, a beautiful couple. you were asking questions that everybody had. and ultimately he never answered those questions. you got a million of them. we know that but the whole idea of you, traps, becoming now a politician an accidental
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candidate, if you will, this was not your idea. >> no. i was surprised, humbled, flattered. you know, will i don't even have words for it. but, i will say i'm so grateful for the support and, you know that i don't like to forecast anything past seven days, steve doocy. so, let's just say i have the greatest job in the world. i have been at fox for 17 years. i love what i do. but obviously if there is a calling for me to do something that can benefit others, i will think about that. steve: and you know you are from a family of public servants. your husband, sean, great guy. we were at his promotion a while back, ainsley and i were there. and he is the fire -- the new york fire department. so, it wouldn't be a stretch but at the same time, would you feel i'm not even going to ask you if you would feel comfortable about
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that because you have been able to do so much in your life. and if you were governor, i'm just saying, i think they would change the slogan of the state from empire state to mostly sunny state. just a suggestion. it. janice: i love that idea. let me just say this. if anything changes in my trajectory, "fox & friends" will be the first ones to know. steve: okay. and then we will ask you if you commit to lower taxes. will janice dean, the still weather machine, janice, thank you very much. janice: i love you, buddy. thank you. steve: love you, too. coming up, newt, bongino, domenech, dana and hemmer. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (quiet piano music) ♪ ♪
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op-ed saying this is not just about me. it's about the country. >> toss to godwin, he has got the first down and this game is over. tom brady is going back to the super bowl. >> mahomes, brady, super bowl history of the sport. ♪ all i do is win, win, win no matter what ♪ got money on my mind ♪ i can never get enough ♪ and every time i step up. steve: welcome to the number one cable morning news show are to the last 20 years. it's "fox & friends" for this very busy monday as toba turned town the audio really really fast. now, we have, you know, during the pandemic, one of the things that every monday morning people go so how was your weekend? well, it was exactly like the weekend before. ainsley: i was in my pajamas, i watched netflix. steve: never changed. here is the thing we now have something to look forward to. two weeks from he had yesterday the super bowl.
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kansas city chiefs who will win against the buccaneers. ainsley: congratulations to your chiefs. you and harris faulkner. she is wearing a jersey. it was great to know that these two guys. tom brady is incredible. how old is he, brian? brian: he is like 71. he is going to be 71. [laughter] steve: doing well. brian: 43 years old. he should be five years into a broadcasting career, ainsley. he is -- which by the way -- by the time he retires will be too old to do broadcasting. ainsley: that was a lot of money they spent to get him down there but well worth it. wherever he goes takes the super bowl with him. brian: they surrounded him with talent. got rid of quarterback jail-time stolen winston backup in new orleans. key players and added the 43-year-old quarterback brand new coach who did not change the offense to something tom brady was familiar with. ainsley: tampa playing in their stadium taking down all the buccaneer signs in the parking lot so it's a neutral terrain.
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normally the players go a week in advance. go in tampa can't go until the friday before now because of covid. steve: let's hope everyone stays healthy. brian: 6,000 in the stands. something special with vaccinated healthcare workers will be after loued to go into the super bowl for free. usually costs thousands of dollars. meanwhile a fox news alert. overnight an unlawful trr -- tacoma, washington, you think? after protests turn violent again. .[chanting] steve: those reported antifa protesters demanding inmates be freed from a local jail. the protests started after a police officer drove through a crowd at a street race where cars were at an intersection doing donuts and injured at least one person. apparently the report is that a police car ran over the person seconds before they were seen pounding on the officer's windows. and then he took off because he
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feared for his personal safety. ainsley: and then in portland the rioters call for an end to deportations and they clashed with authorities outside of the local ice facility there. this has got' so out of control. gabe johnson a retired marine, and is he with the coalition to safe portland. this is what he said about it. >> when you allow riots to go unchecked for months and month and months, this is what we can expect. and we have just seen this powder keg explode in the pacific northwest over the weekend not only with what's happening here in portland but will tacoma and downtown corridor, corporation, small business, restaurants, and people moving out r. out of portland. at an alarming rate. so you are right. how much more can we take? you talk about the amount of money that this is costing our city. but, what we haven't really seen is the impact of the loss of income.
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the loss of visibility that portlanders are actually going through. >> we interviewed a lady who owns the subway restaurants in one of these areas where the rioting is taking place. brian, great job last week on the':00. 7:00. so hard so many people moving out. there is vandalism. she had to repair her windows and then she said they told her to board up your restaurant. you can stay open but board it up. shea said so therefore, i'm not getting as much customers because people think i'm closed. brian? brian: yeah. so hurt across the country up 37%. you know, depending on where you are, this whole law and order is so out of control. not only defund the police. do you know what they want? they want essentially no cops and no jail. they want total freedom. they don't even like democrats. interest. ainsley: open border. brian: aoc is not enough for
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them. it's very easy for joe biden to condemn them. why he doesn't condemn them in the same breath hes to proud boys and all those other extremist groups. i don't know. you talk about bringing the country together? hey, joe. just go antifa makes me sick what they have done in seattle portland and denver has got to stop. how about that? we know exactly how are. we are going to disband you and pull you out by your black stalking caps. steve: the officer in that comb marks washington, there apparently had been 100 people watching drag racing in a main part of town. and a fire truck went through and had a little trouble because they were having a drag race. and then police responded. so imagine you are the police officer who is responding that drove through a crowd very slowly and then the crowd swarmed the police car and they started pounding on his windows. and the officer was afraid they were going to break the glass. he sped away for his own safety but five people knocked to the ground, one person rolled
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apparently the car ran over him. they are in the hospital right now. the chief says the incident is going to be investigated and deadly force. but, nonetheless, if you were that police officer in that car swarmed with people pounding on the outside, wouldn't you have probably done the same thing? tried to get away from them? ainsley: yeah. so last week inauguration. this week joe biden's first full week as president of the united states. he has signed all these executive orders and actions. and we have learned that there is that second caravan that's coming up to the united states. remember the first one and they said joe biden promised us we would get across the border so we are coming. the second caravan is heading to the u.s. reportedly from honduras. this is what the former dhs secretary chad wolf said about his concerns and what's happening now. >> i'm afraid that many so of the actions that president biden and the administration has taken is actually going to cause an immigration and border security crisis on our southwest border. and as i look at the measures that were taken by the biden administration. i asked three things. one, is it lawful?
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do these orders comport with law? two, is it going to make our law enforcement officers at dhs? is it going to make their job more difficult? and, three, are the policies going to entice more individuals to come? and i think when you answer all three of those questions, particularly when you look at the 100 day moratorium on deportations there is cause -- there is concern for each of those questions. absolutely. it goes against the laugh. ainsley: there is talk that some of the democrats want to investigate many so of the people that were with dhs and border and imforeign relation under the trump administration. and chad says they can go after me all they want. i never broke the law. i followed the law. that's what i was supposed to do and that's what i did. joe biden is in a pickle because he promised immigration and now then when he learned that first caravan was coming up, the administration said you can come eventually but just don't come yet. we can't handle it. brian: he took a bat to a bee's nest that wasn't bothering anybody. the president threw out all the stops and starts had really got the border down. and mexico was cooperating with
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remain in mexico policy and then they have put marines on their southern border and they met with all these other countries and restored a lot of the aid they had. they were under an understanding. joe biden with everything on his plate created this problem. do you know what he did over the weekend? evidently according to our sources, they are about to, the biden administration, reimpose an entry ban all non-u.s. travelers, brazil, united kingdom, 26 other countries of europe. they're worried about the pandemic. let me ask you something. has anybody there been vaccinated? do you think they are awful wearing masks? do we have any idea who is in this caravan? if you are comfortable -- if you are not comfortable with people coming from the u.k. and ireland here, why would you be comfortable with thousands coming by caravan into our southern border and you are not actually throwing anybody out for 100 days? ainsley: they don't have houses here, right? where are they going to quarantine? brian: brian together. all together in facilities that aren't even built yet.
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steve: we had heard that with that particular caravan from last week where there were 8,000 people that apparently there were a lot of up distances of covid. as it turns out, those 8,000 only made it 27 miles into guatemala before they were stopped and turned around and sent home. and do you know how guatemala did it? it use offed to be that to come into the country of guatemala for people who are in nicaragua or el salvador or honduras, all you had to do was show an i.d. card. that's all you had to do. that's why there were so many thousands of people because they all had i.d. cards. now guatemala is quite accurately and aptly asking for a negative covid test. and that is one of the reasons they are able to disband these groups because they are smart. they realize, wait a minute, this is a super spreader event. and the united states will not stand for it. brian: i did hear they dispersed and are still making their way
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up. not doing it in bigger groups. >> steve: small groups. nonetheless, to get in guatemala, you have got to have a negative test. the whole thing is as people in central american countries see joe biden dismantle portions of donald trump's immigration plan the question is how much of stay in mexico and other things will this administration keep in place? brian: they don't want it. steve: right now they don't know it. brian: right now they don't want the remain in mexico they called up will. ainsley: a lot of people who didn't like president trump and his rhetoric they decided to vote for joe biden. is he a little left of center. will in washington a long time. >> gets stuff done. >> he chose his vice president, kamala harris. i'm sure she is lovely in her own right and very nice. if you look at her voting record. she is even left of bernie sanders, according to what group
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was it? media research? one of them did a poll and they looked at the record and even left of bernie sanders. so bernie, bernie sanders is saying he is going to continue to push biden, just keep pushing and pushing him so they can get that progressive agenda in washington. listen to this. >> you said that joe biden is off to a good start. some of your progressive colleagues want him to do more. are they right? >> look, we're going to push joe, the president as far as we can. right now we are living in unprecedented moment he in american history. that's the pandemic. we have got economic laps. we have climate change. we have a crumbling infrastructure. what we have got to do is roll up our sleeves and fight for the agenda that working people throughout this country want. they want to raise that minimum wage to $15 an hour. they want that direct payment of $1,400 on top of the of hundred dollars. we have got to do that. brian: he also wants to get rid of the filibuster.
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he says use reconciliation. let's pass everything we want. i'm going to push joe biden to do it. if you look at what joe biden has ton with his executive orders. which he doesn't even have the decency to explain what's behind it, can you explain to us what you are doing and why you are doing it besides letting us jump to our own conclusion and that is that you just have an agenda irregardless of what we are experiencing as a country, not taking the temperature of what we need? senator bill cassidy weighed in and said what he has seen so far, way to the left. >> clearly there is a lot of energy in the democratic party on the left. i would argue that there is already a fair amount left ward slant of what joe biden is doing. for example, this order is effecting leasing of oil and gas on federal lands. will put tens of thousands of americans out of work. it will shift oil and gas production overseas where the environmental standards are less than ours. which will up crease greenhouse gas emissions. it's almost as if you have decided to help the chinese and
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other economies with your domestic agenda. and so i think already we're seeing that slant to the left. i think the american people will be disappointed if this continues. steve: and the senator was with us to talk about the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, which is way too much money, according to him. also, have you got going for the senate, it sounds like nancy pelosi is going to end is the articles of impeachment over to the senate by tonight. they won't do anything about it until probably two weeks from now. and then, also. ainsley: they are going to do that walk. remember that walk they did? steve: is that slow walk of the document. and right now things are at complete gridlock in the senate because mitch mcconnell and chuck schumer cannot agree to an organizing agreement. they both have 50/50. it's a tie. they have got to figure out how things are going to be divvied up going forward. it's so messed up right now. even though with kamala harris as the deciding vote, who is able to be the tiebreaker.
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most senate committees are still having republicans in the chairmanship. senator grassley. senator shelby, senator inhofe. all republicans are still the chairman to these key committees because chuck will not commit to mitch to get rid of the filibuster. can't make it up. he can't make it up. all right. 15 minutes after the top of the hour, carley shimkus joins us right now. hey, carley. carley: good morning, guys. big story out of arizona here. the manhunt for two arizona fugitives intensifying overnight. officials say david harman and john sharpio used tools to escape after moving an ac unit to get into the state's prison tool room. harman is serving 100 years for kidnapping and burglary charges. sharpio is serving 35 years for child molestation. $70,000 reward is being offered for their arrest.
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are on to extreme weather. will a pair of storms are moving across the country in michigan. snow and icy roads causing this multicar pileup. and in california a hailstorm causing this accident bracing for 10 days of storms potentially bringing flash floods, landslides and heavy snow all in california. president biden is set to reinstate a travel ban on 30 countries to stop the spread of new variants of the coronavirus. fox news confirming the restrictions will affect most non-u.s. citizens entering the country from brazil, the u.k., and a number of other european countries. south africa is also expected to be added to the list later this week. are all right. the matchup is set. tom brady returning to the super bowl for the 10th time. >> brady goes for the cheap shot. he got a touchdown. scotty miller it. >> oh my gosh.
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carley: oh my gosh is right. tom brady leading the balk nears 33-26 win over the packers. super bowl in tampa making the bucs to play the big game at home. they will take on the defending champs patrick mahomes and kansas city chiefs to stop the buffalo bills 38-24. the two quarterbacks reflecting on the upcoming matchup. it. >> they worked really hard to get to this point. and the tough game had a few tough games in a row. and the next one will be really tough, too. >> to be able to go up against one of the greatest if not the greatest quarterback of all times. and it is 150th super bowl. it's going to be a great experience for me. 150th. [laughter] bread shared a hug on the sidelines. his wife gizelle posting this photo celebrating with their children. how about that? exciting matchup. i'm looking forward to it. steve: absolutely. when you think about it tom brady is how old, brian? brian: he is 51.
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ainsley: he is 43. steve: patrick mahomes could actually be one of his children. ainsley: that's true. brian: absolutely. he would be very proud of him. ainsley: do you think patrick will be able to have a career like tom? brian: is he on his way to actually be better. let me tell you what's coming up straight ahead. steve: thank you, carley. brian: see you soon. he made unity the key theme of his inauguration. president biden going allow with flurry of executive orders. what does this say to millions of americans who did not vote for him? newt gingrich has been tasked with that question. i hope he has an answer. their . the freedom and pride that comes with owning their own home. at newday usa we help more veteran families every day make the most of their va home loan benefits. to buy a home with no down payment. it's just another way we're committed to veterans.
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last wednesday. as president biden gears up for a new round of executive orders coming later today. our next guest says none of his actions have really shown us that unity yet. here to explain fox news contributor, former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. newt, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: he was very clear newt's packers lost. >> i think he gave a reasonable and then pretty decent speech as an new orleans address. but i don't think it had anything to do with the administration. when you say let's talk about unity and you walk down the street to the white house and unsign, i think, 17 executive orders virtually every one of them opposed by 75 million people. it's a little hard to see how you are pitching unity. none of them were vetted through republicans. he didn't sit down with any senators, any house members. i think you have to draw a real
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distinction between biden's nice words and biden's very tough left wing divisive actions. some of which by the way and you talked about this in the last segment, the moratorium on are getting people out of the u.s. means at least 45,000 people who oeither have criminal records or were in the process of going to court with criminal records, 45,000 are going to remain in the united states. now, you know, how does that help safety in america to allow 45,000 criminals to stay in the u.s.? and, of course, it sends a terrific signal to the world joe biden is president why did he come to the u.s. illegally and give you a chance to become a citizen. what you are seeing right now coming out of honduras is just barely the beginning. his policies are going to lead to a flood of people coming into the u.s. steve: you know right now as we see him signing some of those executive orders and actions last week, he is going to do more of those because he can, because he has a pen and phone
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as we heard. >> sure. steve: and every president can do that going forward, when you involve the legislator, you know, you got the $2 trillion stimulus package, which, you know, there is no unity on that. and then you have got the house going to walk over the articles of impeachment later tonight. and, you know, the senate is going to take that up in two weeks. where is the unity with that? you were talking about' 4 million americans. the whole idea behind impeachment is get somebody out of an office. i know the republican senators are coalescing around this idea that you cannot impeach a private citizen. donald trump is gone. so don't have a senate trial censure him or pass a resolution but let's move on in the name of unity. >> lack. let me start with the fact. it is a fact that donald trump got more vote than anybody in american history except joe biden. he got more votes than george w. bush, more votes than ronald reagan. more vote than barack obama.
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what's the moral standing of a bunch of politicians in washington tell the rest of the american people you can't vote for this guy ever again? what's their basis for them why does nancy pelosi, who helps a small enclave in san francisco, why does she have the power to say to the entire nation i will choose who is allowed to run? i think this is madness. i think it's driven by an ideological frenzy. and i think it's dumb in the senate. there is no possibility that they are going to get 17 republican senators to vote to convict somebody who got 7 million votes and who is still going to be out there and who i'm sure will campaign extensively in any republican senate seat that voted to impeach him. so, i just think this is another example -- the only thing unifying the democratic party is hatred of donald trump. and if donald trump gets past
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this impeachment and spends six months being quiet and watching and thinking about what happened, in that six month the democratic party will fall apart. because he is the only organizing principle that they can agree on. steve: let's see what happens. the democrats in the senate say -- the former president must be held accountable. let's see what happens between now and a potential trial. hey, newt, thank you very much. sorry about the packers. >> thank you. it good luck. steve: to kansas city i bet he was going to say. 7:2' in new york city. coming up book on big tech censorship got censored. now josh hawley of missouri speaking out on what he calls the muzzling of america. is 184or well's really a reality in 2021? dan bongino with a warning on that coming up next. ♪
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♪ ainsley: we are back with a fox news alert. sarah huckabee sanders is putting her hat in the ring to lead arkansas. moments ago she announced her run for governor on twitter. president trump's former press secretary faces a competitive republican primary race against lieutenant governor tim griffin and attorney general lisa rutledge. brian: maybe governor mike huckabee could come out and run against his daughter. ainsley: he is term limited. ainsley: i think it's back to back. that's what the president said would be a great idea and i guess she warmed to have the idea after she was able to reintroduce herself to her children again after that very time consuming job she had as press secretary. another big story i wanted to share with you. steve: can i share a couple of things about her? remember whether she left the white house as press secretary
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the president of the united states donald trump said back when his twitter was still active he tweeted i hope she runs for governor. she would be fantastic. and so she -- today she does. and in the video just released 95 seconds ago. we requesting to share that with you very shortly. she does say we have seen the violence in our streets at a congressional baseball practice and capitol. this is not who we are as americans. to remain free we must have law and order and resolve our differences peacefully. she says the radical left's solution is to impose government control and censorship from the top down but their socialism and cancel culture will not are heal america it will only further divide us and destroy us. the current governor is asa hutchison. is he speaking of term limits. is he term limited out because he is coming to the conclusion of his second four-year term. ainsley: she is a mom. she is a leader. she did a great job as press secretary.
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that he was not an easy be jo. i thought she did that beautifully. the president is a fan of hers. teeth tweeted out how special she was. she knows what the governor's mansion looks like. she grew up there when her dad was governor. and i just wish her all the best. i think it's wonderful and that is such a red state. of 2% of that state voted for donald trump in november. steve: and she would be the first female elected governor if she is elected governor. ainsley: we could have janice dean in new york and be sarah huckabee sanders in arkansas. steve: look at that. brian: they will probably get along. everyone will stop leaving new york almost immediately 'if janice. steve: the headline would be not get along. brian: we would have the story, i'm sure the exclusive. the cover the "new york post" surrounds around josh hawley the rising star on the right. is he wag at what has happening pandemic and how they changed their laws and went again their state constitution pennsylvania specifically. a legal mastermind. he said listen, i'm going to challenge this the kay before i
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certify the electoral college i will challenge. this ted cruz did something similar. after the raid on the capitol. they want him out. democrats went after him. he lost a book deal because of that corporations have clamped down on him and he says, listen, this is getting out of control in america. he wrote an editorial and made it to the front page and said senator hawley, time to take a stand against the muze ling of america. and here's what he said. the social credit scores are new. they are the latest corporate import from communist china. they actually do. this where government and big business monitor every citizen's social views and statements. they are the latest form of cancel culture in this nation as corporate monopolies and left seem to team up and shut down speech they don't like and force their political agenda on america. he went on to say the powerful see in the present moment and opportunity to consolidate control over society and sketch dissent. squelch dissent. must now take aened that.
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keep in mind, too. a lot of corporations have sworn off all those candidates the 100 plus in the house that they might be supporting in the future and they put a pause on republican contributions in many caves and democrats are loving it. and they shouldn't because they are coming for them soon, too. steve: 's the thing. you know, there have been democrats in the past who also have questioned during the certification of the electoral college. so, that's just one of those things that has happened before. and democrats have done it. what happened as well, that same day, was the riot, and the looting on the u.s. capitol. and josh hawley, very effectively, goes through how these big monster monopolies whether they are on the tech side or whether it's a book company like simon and shuster, they canceled his book deal and then lowe's hotels pulled the plug on a political fundraiser is going to have in two weeks at their port finon bay noting
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orlando. josh hawley said they did that because two parties are apparently one too many for their taste. so it sounds like his warning is what they are doing to me they could do it to you unless you stand up now. ainsley: yeah, remember jack dorsey even admit that in that big staff meeting. we are going to start with him. this is just the beginning talking about silencing president trump. josh hawley in that article goes on to say you need to make good grades. stay out of trouble with the law. earn your right to live in a polite society. you have to earn your right. you need to voice the right opinions. you need to endorse the right ideas. you need to conform. if you want to be heard, then you have to vote left, you have to be progressive. that's what is cool right now. if you are a conservative, and you know, you are -- you support donald trump's platform, you can't speak about it. you can't talk about it, or they will cancel you. brian: yep. so we will keep an eye on that story because sadly it's not
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going away. with that i will ask ainsley to read us out. ainsley: thank you, brian. still ahead biden set to up vale buy america plan today. critics say it could hurt the very people that it's supposed to help. we will tell you why, that warning coming up. ♪ 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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steve: we are pack with a fox news alert. look at these pictures. overnight in tacoma, washington, an unlawful assembly declared in tacoma, washington, after some protests there turned violent. ♪ chanting] ainsley: reportedly antifa protesters demanding inmates be freed from a local jail. the protests started after a police officer drove through a crowd at a street race injuring at least one person. seconds before they were seen pounding on that officer's windows, brian.
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brian: all right. meanwhile in portland, rioters calling for an end to deportation. they clashed with authorities outside of the local ice facilities. this is the same play. of i mean in portland they have had 200 days of riots, i imagine seattle is about the same thing and we see these antifa groups cropping up left and right. experts say a lot of it has to do there are a lot of them in their 20. most of them seem to be white. a lot of them seem to be college-educated and a lot of them either out of school or out of a job that gives them more time to create chaos. you just wonder with the president of the united states talking so much about the need to get rid of extremist groups like the proud boys and the booing go boys whatever they call themselves. they have been abled right wing groups. why does this groupner seem to jog the president's memory or speech writer's memory to include in any of his remarks? steve: look at those imams from wednesday. brian: democratic headquarters.
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steve: inauguration day. the day that joe biden was worn in as our 46th president of the united states. you know, we had heard that the problem was donald trump. and that's who they really had to the beef with. but, then on wednesday, out in washington state, the people involved in these disturbances said, you know, we have a problem with joe biden. we have got a problem with law enforcement. ultimately, though, when you have rioting and looting, you would think -- you know, as we did in the capitol, there is going to be a big investigation. you had protests. you had violence. you had destruction, ainsley, on wednesday. i hope that this has come to the attention of joe biden. the brand new president of the united states because, you know, obviously donald trump handled it so wrongly according to the political left. clearly joe biden is on the case. ainsley: apparently they are not paying too much attention to it jen psaki was asked about that. listen to what she said. >> does the president have any comments on the ongoing violence
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in oregon and washington state? >> i haven't spoken with him specifically about those events but it is something our national security team it our homeland security advisers is closely monitoring, of course. ainsley: that was on friday. maybe they did talk over the weekend. i hope that they did. this would be a great start for unity; he said unity, unity, unity. i can't believe they haven't discussed it though this is a big deal. if it were happening in washington, d.c. as it did, then they were there. national guard were there. they were putting up the fences. they were protecting the capitol. protecting all of our politicians. but when it happens in another city so far away from washington and it's the dnc and it's antifa, it's seattle and portland. these people -- their lives are being disrupted. the business owners are being disrupted. i think the president should talk about this. fix the problem. steve: to your point, if you are one of the people of seattle or portland or tacoma or any of the places. ainsley: how do you think they feel when they hear that. steve: exactly. you would hope this would be on the agenda of things to do today. let's fix that problem. okay. fix it. can check that off the list.
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brian: yeah. the mayor stood up. mayor wheeler, who won re-election because he was running against a former antifa member, so can you imagine somebody worse than him as a choice? four people of seattle of seattle and portland they seem to have one party rule and it's costing their livelihoods in many respects. it's a sad situation. but if the president he interest truly wants to be a president for red and blue states. he would point this out as a problem. because i have news for you, mr. they hate you, too. they wrecked the democratic headquarters. they sprayed horrible things about you on the wall. why is that appear issue that should be partisan? the other thing is, they want to empty all the prisons. not that much different than these mayors in these states like the mayor of los angeles, the attorney general of los angeles. the mayor here in new york. basically emptied required prison. this whole justice push is fine until that murderer next door is next door. ainsley: it's crazy, chaotic.
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right? empty the prisons and defund the police. we don't have law enforcement. steve: what happened in tacoma happened after a bunch of people in a crowd swarmed a police car, started beating on the car. the officer was afraid for his life. drove off, wound up, you know, apparently running over somebody. but that is just one of those things that happened. if you swarm a police car and the police officer inside drives forward, there is a possibility that you are going to get hurt. now, they are investigating it as perhaps the use of deadly force. so that is the state of what's going on in the pacific northwest. meanwhile, straight ahead on this monday, could joe biden's buy american initiative actually hurt our relationship with key trading part officers? why our next guest says we should not tie our hands with any illegal immigrations and they are next. ♪ ulfill their dream of owning a home and to continue living that dream
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♪ ainsley: biden is expected to buy his american initiative today aimed at bolstering american manufacturing and closing those loopholes for companies looking to take jobs overseas. our next guest warns the move could further strain our relationships with u.s. trade partners.
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here to explain executive vice president of the national taxpayers union brandon arnold. hey, brandon. >> good morning. ainsley: it sounds great. buy american. that sounds wonderful. what are your concerns? >> yeah, sure, buy american sounds fantastic. here's the problem. we have already had stranged relationships with trading partners. biden repaired those could get a lot worse from here. the first thing he did right out of the gate was kill the keystone pipeline project. this energy project that was going to create jobs. thousands of jobs both for canadians and for americans. that really ticked off our neighbors to the north. and now by putting these more restrictive buy american policies in place, we are further exacerbating some of the trade problems we have had. it's annoying people to the north and other countries. more importantly, it's going to create the jobs that biden is saying it's going to create. suspects simply not going to happen. what it's going to do is create higher cost and more red tape for contractors here in the united states doing business with the federal government. ainsley: we have to tread
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lightly here because we want companies in america to do well also if we need ppe from othertr countries then we don't want to do anything to upset that relationship with china or someone else even though china is such a big threat. how do you do it safely and ill have american companies thriving. >> the way you do it is you create better trade agreements across the globe. that's something that trump worked on. i don't think he went quite far enough. i think there is a lot more work that we can do to hem in china, for instance, by creating stronger trade relationships in the pacific. also just to foster a better business climate here in the united states. we have done that to some extent by lowering the corporate tax rate. by improving our tax climate in general. there is a lot more work that this president could be doing. instead, is he going back to the old playbook of the last democratic administration, the obama administration, which, of course, sunk almost a trillion dollars into the economy in spending that created jobs but it did so at a cost of about $4 million per job. that's a bad deal.
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we can create those jobs through the free market, three better trade agreement, through stronger tax and regulatory policy but we are moving in the wrong direction here. ainsley: this is interesting. amazon has gone to the national labor relations board because they are voting to unionize. they are asking its workers, the amazon workers vote in person rather than by mail. so now all of a sudden they like the in person voting. the amazon spokesperson says we believe that the best approach to a valid, fair and successful election is one that is conducted manually in person making it easy for associates to verify and cast their vote in close proximity to their workplace. this just takes us back to november when republicans wanted in person and democrats wanted mail-in. why do you think that they are pushing in person? >> i think they are pushing in person because obviously it puts them in a stronger position. but, i think there is some merit to what they are saying. here's the deal. when we have had mail-in union elections in the past going back to 2019, the turnout has been 20 to 30% lower for mail-in ballots than they have for in person.
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the biggest thing is amazon and the union here have the ability constitutionally protected ability to free speech, to communicate their message to these workers that are going to be taking this very, very consequential vote. and with an in person process, they have that ability. with the mail-in process it's questionable whether they can communicate the merits and concerns that may exist for these folks joining a union. because once you join that union, it's incredibly difficult to decertify. what they should do is push this process off into the future when to a time when it's safe, whether they can make sure that they can communicate, again, the positives and negatives of joining a union to everybody. ainsley: okay. great job. thanks, brandon. >> thank you. ainsley: you're welcome. coming up her video calling out hollywood's lockdown hypocrisy. it went annual. angela is suing the government for keeping coronavirus secret. she joins us with details coming up ♪ thanks for maying me will
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>> president biden pledging $4 billion to honduras, el salvador, guatemala. >> we've got people in this country that are struggling. let's give that $4 billion to them. >> more riots rocking washington state overnight. >> when you allow riots for months and months and months, this is what we can expect. >> sarah huckabee sanders is putting her hat in the ring to lead arkansas. >> america is great because we are free. but today our freedoms and the rule of law are under attack. >> tom brady is going back to the super bowl. [cheers and applause] [laughter] ♪ ♪ ainsley: good morning to you. you see it this morning, sarah huckabee sanders announcing she's running for governor of
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arkansas. we asked her are you going to run, and she said i'm not sure, haven't planned on it yet, right now i'm going to focus on my family. well, turns out she is. we're happy for her. steve: had she said, yes, we're going to run, then she would not have been on fox news for the last year or two. welcome aboard, it's monday, january 25th. brian, great to have you back. ainsley: did you miss us? brian: absolutely. but i was here -- ainsley: between radio and the 7:00 show -- brian: i had a lot of parties, because this is the perfect time to do it. ainsley: we can tell. too much fun. [laughter] brian: there is an 8-hour gap, but it's good to know the news has not slowed down is since inauguration week, we know, impeachment moving, we know that, and today we're going to get that dramatic walk when the house members pretend to be somber, and they walk with impeachment papers to get rid of a president that left already.
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so fascinating. i think marco rubio said stupid. meanwhile, joe biden, i think on some level joe biden doesn't want any part of this. this guy's got a big agenda, and he's doing everything almost unilaterally with executive orders, 19 executive the orders. let me ask you something, could you take a second and explain what you're doing? you sign things, it looks like you're looking at it for the first time. you sign it and close it, mumble something about it, and the next thing you know our lives are affected, our industries are affected, the economy's affected. look atom -- at some of these things you signed. look at his executive orders compared to past presidents. steve: sure. joe biden did 19 in his first three days, and all the other prime ministers before him were in the -- presidents before him were in the single digits. look, this is the power of the presidency. donald trump could have done that many or more, it's just figuring out what i you want to
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do in the first days. remember, you've got to figure those things he signed the executive orders and actions on are things he probably doesn't think he will be able to get through the congress. and right now the u.s. senate is so divided, they're in total gridlock. you know, the house, there is a slim majority for the democrats, but in the senate it's 50-50. and right now mitch mcconnell and chuck schumer are trying to figure out some sort of power-sharing agreementment and it's all coming down -- agreement. and it's all coming down to chuck schumer's okay with pretty much everything except mitch mcconnell is saying you've got to promise me you're not going to get rid of the filibuster x. chuck schumer will not do that. it sounds like what they're going to be able to do though kind of in the spirit of that is they're going to use something called reconciliation. and that is what the republicans did to get through changes on health care and taxes. and so they're thinking they could actually use this on big money things like the stimulus,
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this covid thing. but that would infuriate a lot of republicans, ainsley, who in the spirit of unity don't think that $2 trillion is something we can do right now. ainsley: yeah. we talked to newt gingrich about it earlier, and he said that this is dangerous because they're preaching unity in one sentence, but yet they're canceling out everything that donald trump did with the stroke of a pen. listen to this. >> when you say let's talk about unity and you walk down the street to the white house and you sign, i think, 17 executive orders, virtually every one of them opposed by 75 million people, it's a little hard to see how you're pitching unity. none of them were vetted through republicans. you didn't sit down with any senators, any house members. so i think you have to draw a real distinction between biden's nice words and biden's very tough left-wing, divisive actions. ainsley: sarah huckabee sanders, we listened to her. she defended the president, his
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decisions, his policies over a number of years when she was the white house press secretary. now she's announcing she is running for governor of arkansas, and this is the video that she released this morning. >> as governor, i will defend your right to be free of socialism and tyranny. your second amendment right to keep your family safe and your freedom of speech and religious liberty. our state needs a leader with the courage to do what's right, not what's politically correct or convenient. brian: i think this is good for a number of reasons. she's ahead of the game by about two years, so, you know, we're not going to see much of a heavy campaign until probably next year. but it also goes to show you that these people that everyone's trying to cancel? she won't hear it. i'm running for governor. i'll start my own business. i think it's good for her to assert and take control. i don't think anyone doubts her
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competency or ability to act under pressure. i don't think those are the issues. steve: well, the election is in 2020 -- brian: 2022. steve: there are already two republicans who have declared their candidacy in 2019 and 2020. the lieutenant governor and the attorney general as well. they both have thrown their hats in the rung. there they are right there. so sarah sanders -- brian: without hats. [laughter] ainsley: they're in a ring. steve: -- she released a seven and a half minute video and talked about other things. she vows to defend arkansas from the radical left now in charge in washington. she says she's going to promote law enforcement, cut state taxes -- which, of course, everybody loves -- champion good schools and teachers as well. and because she did work in campaigns for the senate and also in congress and worked on the governor campaign for her father and presidential campaign for donald trump and her father as well, she says, look, i was at the table when the president
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was confronting china and north korea, talked about tax cuts and border issue. and we've got so many judges through. she replaced sean spicer at that podium, and so she's got the kind of experience that nobody else who is running for governor in any state can claim. ainsley: i know. the tv experience is going to help her when she has to debate. i thought this was the first -- you said it would be the first female governor in the -- steve: would be. ainsley: wonder if any former governor's daughter has run for governor in the same state. brian: hey, chris, would you work on that? ainsley: brian, talk about the super bowl. brian: all right. arguably, the best day of the week, football yesterday, and you saw two great games, fantastic games. three straight road victories for tom brady, unfathomable to
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think about, a team that hasn't been in the playoffs for the last ten years, they ended up with the dramatic victory. there was a controversy there that aaron rodgers was fourth and 5, trailing by 8. they kicked a field goal and never got the ball back. meanwhile, on the other side patrick mahomes, kansas city chiefs' offense was too much for the buffalo bills. mahomes' future is as bright as anything i've ever seen in football. he's the reigning mvp, probably going to walk away with it again, perhaps, in the afc. he will face tom brady. here's what they had to say. >> i think there's a lot of cool things in perspective. anytime you're the first time doing something, it's usually a good thing. football's the ultimate team sport, and it takes everybody, and everybody plays a role. just so proud of this whole team and, again, just glad to be a part of it. >> being able to go up against one of the greatest if not the
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greatest player of all timings it's going to be a great experience for me. to have a chance to repeat and do it against the best, it's something special, and i'm excited for the opportunity. steve: it's going to be daunting for patrick mahomes who, at age 25, will square you off against probably he grew up watching and was his idol as well. just as joe theismann was, he was the quarterback for the washington team for a very long time, he had this prediction about tom brady who conventional wisdom would be he's too old to play. not so, says joe. >> it's absolutely amazing what tom has been able to do. but it just shows you the importance of the position, and it shows you the dedication of one man. i mean, people have written him off a long time ago and said he's too old. he looks like he can keep on going to 50, and i wouldn't be
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surprised another four or five years from now we're still talking about tom brady throwing the ball around. steve: i think that's the only zoom call i've seen with a super bowl trophy in the background. ainsley: patrick mahomes, you said he's so much fun to watch. steve: he's always got a big smile -- ainsley: he's 25, tom brady's 43. i know who you're pulling for, brian? brian: i just want teams to play well. the cheapest ticket is $10,250 per ticket. i'm not sure how you get them. i know they're going to have tickets set aside for health care workers that have been vaccinated together. i'm curious to see what they're going to do to try to get this thing close to capacity because this is a big hit for tampa. they're supposed to have two weeks of tourists coming down, having a good time. they're not even going to get the team there until the day before. obviously, tampa lives there,
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but kansas city isn't even coming early. travel and exposure. ainsley: right. and tampa's got the advantage because they're playing on their field, right? brian: right. ainsley: and tom brady, my gosh, he just takes the super bowl wherever he goes. brian: i'm sure bill belichick's not real thrilled about that. right now check mate, tom brady. steve: and it is tom brady's hometown for the last year? brian: derek jeter's house. ainsley: that's right, he's living there. were you the one who told me this -- brian: well, i am a friend of yours, and let's see what you have to say. i'mainsley: my other best frien. she said people are coming up in boats behind her house. steve: i've heard that. ainsley: you might have been the one who told me. steve: it's just one of those things you're on a boat, hey, that's tom brady's house.
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ainsley: i'd go out and wave to everyone. steve: throw me a beer, tom! ainsley: i'd throw 'em food. carly, take it away. >> i always go for the quarterback, i want the team to win with the nicer quarterback, but i don't know, yeah, they both seem like nice people. brian: a lot of people draft on personality -- [laughter] so, again -- ainsley: carly, you're very polite. >> all right. we've got to get to a fox news alert. an unlawful assembly declared in tacoma, washington, after protests turn violent. watch this. [background sounds] >> antifa protesters demanding inmates be field from a local jail -- field from a local jail after a police officer drove through a crowd at a street race, injuring at least one person. seconds before, they were seen pounding on the officer's windows.
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an independent investigation is underway. to extreme weather now, storms are moving across the country. in michigan snow and icy roads causing this multi-car pile-up. and in california a hailstorm causing this accident. the state is bracing for ten days of storms, potentially bringing flash floods, landslides and heavy snow. the chicago teachers union votes to continue teaching from home over coronavirus concerns. the decision defies the district's plan to return elementary and middle schoolers to the classroom monday. now, the teachers' return date has been delayed for two days to give both sides more time to negotiate. larry king's three sons speaking out after losing their father following a battle with covid-19. in a joint statement, larry king jr., chance king and ken nonking say they are heart broken over their dad's death adding, quote,
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he was an amazing father and fiercely loyal to his friends. we will miss him every single day of our arrives. the legendary broadcaster died saturday in los angeles. he was 87 years old. total icon, guys. brian: yeah. i think he was a big sports dad. evaluately, he got tossed out of -- earthly, he got tossed out of a game because he was taunting the r e f. meanwhile, senator josh hawley takes a stand against the muzzling of america after being canceled in congress, online and even targeted by antifa. the federal list's ben domenech will be with us shortly to talk about that. ♪ ♪ don't speak, i know what you're thinking -- ♪ i don't need -- to all the people who realize they can du more with less asthma thanks to dupixent, the add-on treatment
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♪ ♪ ainsley: he's been canceled by fellow congress members, big tech and targeted by antifa, but that's not stopping senator josh hawley from taking a stand against what he calls the muzzling of america. in this new op-ed this morning he writes: social credit scores are new. they're the latest corporate import from communist china, and they're the latest form of cancel culture in this country as corporate monopolies and the left team up to shut down speech that they don't like and force their political agenda on america. here to react, the federalist publisher ben domenech. hey, ben. >> good to be with you. ainsley: good to have you on. i've got the article here. what stands out when you read it this morning? >> well, i think that what people need to understand is that we are living in a time in which our political leaders are very frail and fragile, they can't really advance a lot of different avenues of policy. we know of all the gridlock
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that's happened in d.c. that i think everyone should expect to continue. and in that environment, our corporate overlords who believe that they have inherited all the power and all the authority in the universe are acting in place of all of our political leaders in order to advance what they want in our society. and that is a lot of things that look a lot like china. it's basically china but being run by big tech oligarchs and people who have enormous corporate power. and i think that that's going to extend far beyond people like josh hawley. it's going to extend to small business owners who just express their opinions online or just, you know, people in your neighborhood who have the wrong sign in your yard. that's going the to be the way that things move going forward. and i think that americans really need to get their heads around to the fact that these corporate overlords really do want to crush people who disagree with them, want to crush people who they believe have problematic views that need to be, in the words of katie
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couric, deprogrammed in order to have the right views, the right perspective on what's going on. and that kind of fear that they want to instill is going to extend far beyond u.s. senators. it's going to go right into your communities, into your neighborhoods, into your small businesses. and that's something that they need to be expecting in the coming years. ainsley: 74 million people's backyard that voted for donald trump. does this backfire on them, or does it work? do they get to silence conservatives? >> well, i think it's going to be both. i think it's going to work for a lot of people who i think are weaker in their views who are going to be shut down or are going to be forced into being silent about what those views are because they're worried about the way that their business with will be reviewed online or the potential blowback. but then i also think it's going to backfire because people have now, i think, an attitude towards these big corporations that involves a lot of trust. they assume that they're going to be, you know, capitalist and motivated by the profit motive
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as opposed to, you know, any kind of policy perspective or ideological belief. i think people are becoming disabused of that notion, and they're learning that a lot of these corporations actually don't look at the dollar that comes from republican voters as being as valuable as the dollar that comes from democrat voters. and because of that, i think they're going to continue in this avenue. we have to have our eyes opened up about what their priorities are now. i really wish that as capitalists they would understand republicans buy sneakers too, as michael jordan said. instead, their priorities are really shifting, and i think that has to do with all the people that have come out of the academic environment we've created in america, they've flowed into these companies, and they are the really tilting the scale in the direction that they want. ainsley: even the super bowl, all these companies are saying we're not going to run ads because we're scared we're going to offend somebody. it's not worth our bottom line. ben, thank you for being on with
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us. >> thank you. ainsley: californians demand transa participant city as the state -- transparency as the state keeps small business owners shut out. >> -- believe that this is dangerous, but right next to me as a slap in my face, that's safe. this is safe? ainsley: do you remember that business other than from the viral -- business owner from the viral video in now she's suing governor gavin newsom. she is fed up, and she's coming up next.
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you should remember, there's the owner, angela mars den. she's part of the suit. she went viral, as you remember, for calling out l.a. mayor garcetti, his lockdown hypocrisy, because of this, remember? >> -- believe that this is dangerous, but right next to me as a slap in my face, that's safe. this is safe? brian: it is all a joke. her outrage now shared across the state as officials ignore requests to publicize the data that's guiding the lockdowns, and that's why they're being sued. angela joins us now. angela, how are things today? you've been shut down now for over a month, right? >> yeah, a long, long time. things today, i mean, look, we've been doing to go, and i can tell $2-300 a day which is enough to cover my employees' hourly. but obviously we have the suit going on, and there's good news coming.
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[laughter] brian: yes. i understand abc's reporting that gavin newsom is going to lift some of the more stricter restrictions which for you should mean open outdoor dining by friday if. >> yes. brian: do you think your action with all the other restaurants is having anything to do with this. >> i know it does. i know it does. they've known all along there's no science behind this. if anybody should know the numbers better than anybody, it would be our governor, right? [laughter] so they've known that the there's no data to support what they did. they're hiding the numbers. i mean, why does somebody hide numbers, you know? i was told because it's so complicated that they can't really explain it to us, we wouldn't understand. [laughter] you know? it's like talk to me like i'm in kindergarten, you know? i think i could figure it out, you know? but, no, i still want to recall gavin newsom. i hold him responsible. and, in fact, i believe and i
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think the data will show that they increased the numbers of covid spread, because they shut people out of safe places and put, you know, put them back into their homes right before the holidays expecting that -- you know? brian: that's when a majority of spread happens, 73% of the spread if happens at home. you have to make sure not only you guys open, but you've got to forget about this curfew stuff, because that's cutting your knees out too. by 9:30 at night, get people out by 10, how do you have a super bowl party done by 10:00 eastern time? that's problematic. >> yeah. i mean, it's all problematic. the truth is we need to open up all of l.a. safely. it needs to happen. that's the decision that they should be looking a. but, of course, you know, we have to fight the whole time, you know? brian: all right, angela. just for the record, we reached out to governor newsom's office. i just checked my voicemail
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before this started, he has not called back yet. [laughter] something else that affects businesses like yours, restaurant businesses, they are going up to a national minimum wage. they're going to basically double it. if they go ahead and do this, a federal minimum wage of $15 an hour, without exemption, what happens to your business? >> well, i'm -- look, california and l.a., we've already, we're already on the track for that. we are the example that the country can look at. and businesses, small businesses have been going out left and right before covid because of this minimum wage. try cleaners, small -- dry cleaners, small restaurants, small coffee shop. it will -- it is the hardest blow that you could give to small businesses, in particular in the middle of a pandemic. even when it's not a pandemic, it is almost impossible for small businesses -- brian: of course. >> -- to keep their head over water. brian: by the way, that's probably for me. could be gavin newsom. [laughter] you know what the thing is,
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angela? >> it's awful. brian: -- all these people making decisions, the bernie sanders of the world, they never had a business. they didn't have to meet a payroll. >> no. brian: if there's no place to work, what good is it to have a minimum wage? >> right. and i just say this? the biggest thing that comes out of it is the cost of everything goes up. so the middle class, the lower middle class, they can't go occupant, you know, two or three times with their family because a hamburger becomes $20 the, a gallon of milk becomes $5. like, the money's got to come from somewhere, and the only way that the businesses can make it up is through raising prices, you know? it's the worst decision. i mean, do stats on los angeles and see how well it's worked out. that's what i would like for somebody to do. brian: you guys gotta do a better job picking your politicians. angela, thanks so much. hopefully by friday you'll have
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outdoors, you've got the takeout, and then between the vaccinationings if you can survive a little longer, this is going to work out. >> well, we've got a recall coming. [laughter] brian: yeah, 1.5 million signatures, and that means he's got to run for election again. >> yep. brian: thank you very much. >> thank you. brian: coming up straight ahead, the pressure's on as progressives lean on joe biden to further their agenda. >> some of your progressive colleagues want him to do more. are they right? >> look, we've got to push joe, the president as far as we can. brian: right. good luck with that. what does that mean for us in america? and how much will it cost us in america? dana perino and bill hemmer are going to appear for free. ♪ muck. ♪ ♪ my nunormal: fewer asthma attacks. less oral steroids. taking my treatment at home. nucala is a once-monthly add-on injection
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ainsley: we are back with a fox news ale. overnight an unlawful assembly declared in tacoma, washington, after protests there turned violent. [background sounds] brian: free 'em all. that means prisoners. reported antifa protesters demanding inmates be freed from a local jail. the protests started after a police officer drove through a crowd at a street race injuring at least one person. that means we should get criminals out, right? seconds before, they were seen pounding on the officer's window. steve: in portland are, rioters calling to end deportations, and they clashed with authorities outside the local i.c.e. facility as they do seemingly every day. let's bring in bill hemmer and dana perino, they're going to take the steering wheel on the channel in 22 minutes. bill: happy monday. steve: dana, we had heard for
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months the reason there were all these protests in portland because they hated donald trump. then on inauguration night, they tried to burn down the i.c.e. building, they spray painted dnc local headquarters. turns out they hate joe biden. dana: they hate government. they hate anything that has to do with our system. but they are, they're anarchists. every administration has dealt with it. remember going back to 2000, remember that big meeting up there in seattle, they all went nuts? it's been going on ever since, and no one is really putting the foot down to say it's not going to work anymore. now they're also attacking police quite aggressively. so there's a big issue to deal with here, and they have to figure out one way to tamp it down. because as it moves to other cities, that can spread like a wildfire. bill: it can. the seattle police chief had strong words over the weekend, i think it's the first time in many of these cities you've had a voice of authority say it's got to stop.
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ainsley: so good morning, bill. good morning, dana. nice to see you. dana, i want to ask you because jen psaki was asked about it at the podium, white house press secretary, and she said i haven't talked to biden about it. listen to this. >> does the president have any comments on the ongoing violence in oregon and washington state? >> i haven't spoken with him specifically about those events, but it is something our national security team, our homeland security adviser is closely monitoring. ainsley: now, dana, they might have talked about it over the weekend, but what kind of message does that send to the folks in seattle or portland when you hear the president's not even talking about this? dana: well, he has never talked about it. also i think, look, she's being truthful. have you talked to him? no, i haven't. but i imagine today when she briefs at 1:00 given this was big news over the weekend on all your cable channels, i would imagine if she hasn't talked to
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him by now, she probably will be by 1:00. bill: do you in that job afford yourself plausible deniability? dana: even kayleigh mcenany would say i haven't talked to the president about that, and it gives you a little bit, a minute. [laughter] brian: hi, bill. hi, dana. i work with steve and ainsley -- bill: this week. [laughter] brian: so i have a quick question. bernie sanders out over the weekend, a lot of democrats pushing to get rid of this filibuster. if democrats don't come along, we won't have a choice. we might have reconciliation on this stimulus bill, $1.9 trillion. listen to bernie sanders being pushed on cnn to talk about the agenda of joe biden. >> you've said that joe biden is off to a good start. some of your progressive colleagues want him to do more. are they right in. >> look, we're going to push joe -- the president -- as far
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as we can. right now we're living in an unprecedented moment in american history. you've got the pandemic, an economic collapse, we've got climate change, we've got a crumbling infrastructure, and what we've got to do is roll up our sleeves and fight for the agenda that working people throughout this country want. they want to raise that minimum wage to $15 an hour. they want that direct payment of $14300 on top of -- 1400 on top of the $600. we've got to do that. brian: i love the bouncing ball way in which bernie sanders talks about everything that he does. but what he does is having a lot of success so far, dana. dana: well, you think back to when it was clear to him that biden was going to win the nomination, bernie sanders was, like, let me get behind, i'm going to draft off of that, and now he's budget chairman in the senate, which is kind of astounding. and he also said this weekend that biden is off to a good start, but they're going to keep pushing him to the left. i say a pretty good start.
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canceling xl pipeline in the first six hours? brian: oh, really? bill: there was this phone call that these senators had with the incoming economic adviser for the president. this happened late on sunday. i don't know how it came out, but i know what the reporting is, and that a lot of these senators were not happy with the price tag. and a lot of them said this has to be a lot more targeted than your plan is now. there seemed to be a lot of support for giving money for vaccine distribution. so maybe if you want to go for a small bite, you could do that over the next week or two. but if you don't, guys, we're going into impeachment in mid february -- brian: i know. bill: and all of this gets kicked back to -- i know on friday you said perhaps april. dana: maybe. without impeachment, this probably would have been been done late march. steve: real quick, bill, what do you make of sarah huckabee sanders throwing her hat in? she is so, she is clearly aligned with president trump.
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bill: yeah. of it's been rumored for a long time, even when she left the job senate white house, that she would run for governor. this is the case now. i think what's interesting to watch, can we see that she's the first pure political -- yeah, trumper, right? so these are trump coattails. and arkansas, the president won the state by 29 points in november. of in 206 he won it by -- 2016 he won it by 27. i'd say she stands a very good chance. dana: there will be a primary, interesting to see how it goes. tim griffin, lieutenant governor. it depends on are you looking for somebody like a sarah sanders or somebody who's been in the state with the experience governing as lieutenant governor. and then there's also, i think, the attorney general of arkansas is running. she's definitely going to shake up that that race, and it's not even until november of 2022. something to look forward to. ainsley: dana, what's coming up on the show? dana: everything. [laughter] we'll talk about biden's agenda because we're just getting started here.
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also andy mccarthy and dr. siegel and charlie hurt -- bill: and tom brady and patrick mahomes are going to stop by. ainsley: i think that's football or something? bill, who are you pulling for? bill: i don't know yet. you know, i do this every year. just gotta let 'em settle in. i think tampa bay's defense is really good and underrated. but how do you stop that kansas city offense that is so, i mean, they're so poe tent. i think for the nfl it really shapes up to be a classic matchup. ainsley: good show. brian i was talking to bill before, he would like the last hour to be, he's going to break down various key plays for the super bowl -- ainsley: the big board? brian: is that okay with you? dana: absolutely, i'd like to weigh in on that. brian: bill, i'll talk to you. i'll get her up to speed. of. bill: thanks, brian. steve: thank you both. all right.
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janice dean, weather machine. >> hi, good morning. let's talk about the cold and the storm -- ainsley: there was a long pause. brian's still thinking about football. >> go ahead, brian. do it. brian: oh, by the way, my good friend janice dean, she is going to bring you the weather right now before she runs for governor. [laughter] >> okay. i'm the 2kw06 of weather right now. let's talk about that because we do have this storm system that's bringing snow, freezing rain, sleet and the potential for severe weather. look at that, we have a line of thunderstorms, severe storms just east of the dallas/fort worth area. so that could potentially be bringing large hail, damaging winds, maybe even isolated tornadoes today in the warm sector of that storm. heavy snow for kansas, missouri, iowa, up towards the chicago area where we have winter weather advisories, winter storm warnings too. also looking at the potential for very heavy rain and mountain snow for the west which will be excellent news for the drought here.
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lots of snow and rain over the next couple of days. all right. nice to see you, happy monday, steve, ainsley, brian. brian: what about the decision by ainsley to call me out rather than have a smooth toss? we're going to talk about that in the break. steve: it was incredible. ainsley: i'm sorry. >> you're incredible, all of you. ainsley: we love you, thanks. one of joe biden's top priorities, ending gender discrimination and allowing transgender women to join women's athletics. but three high school athletes say this violates their rights, and they're going to join us live to make their case coming up next. it may lead 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. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium.
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♪ ♪ steve: among the flurry of president biden's executive orders and actions, one on gender discrimination allows transgender women to compete in women's athletics. it reads in part: children should be able to learn without worrying about whether they will be denied access to the restroom, the locker room or school sports. but three connecticut high school athletes say it goes against their title ix protections. those students, chelsea, alannah and katrina join us right now along with legal counsel christina. good morning to all of you.
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>> good morning. >> good morning. steve: given that what is happening with the president and his executive orders and action, this is very similar to the lawsuit that these three women have filed about what happened in connecticut. so explain why they feel this is not fair. >> that's exactly right. this executive order is an irresponsible abuse of power. it is unlawful, and -- [inaudible] and we already know how these policies play out because we watched it happen in connecticut where young women like selena, chelsea and iowa a land that have been sidelined in their support because a biological male identifies as female if. steve: all right. chelsea, i know you're a freshman in college right now in virginia. how has it impacted your life? >> yeah. so personally, throughout my high school career i lost four state championships, two --
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[inaudible] and countless other opportunities to advance to the next level of competition. and it was really heartbreaking to lose those awards and know possibly girls across the country will lose out like that. steve: alannah, what about you? how did this impact your life? >> [inaudible] one of the biological males ran the 200 -- [inaudible] so i should have gotten runner-up. it's about just knowing that finish. [inaudible] steve: yeah. selena, tell us your story. >> i lost out on the opportunity to qualify to the regional meet at the 2019 indoor state championship because i was beaten by two biological boys. and if they were not there, i would have been able to go to the regional meet and show off my talent to potential college coaches. steve: christina, in the pages
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of the new york post they wrote this yesterday, i believe, it's one thing to ban discrimination, it's another to tell schools and colleges that trans women athletes who are biologically born boys who identify as female must be allowed to compete with biological women and girls despite their physical advantages. and that's really what it comes down to, is you say there are physical advantages that give them the edge. >> there are. and it flies in the face of nearly 50 years of gains for women under title ix. the whole women we have women's sports as a separate category because there are inherent differences between biological males and biological females. and if we still want to have a future where young women can be on the podium, earn those titles and potentially scholarship dollars, we must protect the integrity of sports. steve: and, chelsea, that's what you say. you say biologically males and females are different, right? >> yeah. i mean, we have separate
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categories for a reason. it's because males have a biological advantage over females, so it's really unfair for them to put biological males in our category and expect us to be able to compete with them. steve: ultimately, alannah, you say this is simply about sports, right in. >> yeah. a lot of people want to say it's -- [inaudible] it's really just about sports and we want a level playing field in our sport. steve: and, selena, you say that what happened to you and now will be across the country is demoralizing and unfair. why? >> it is very frustrating and demoralizing being forced the compete against someone who you know that you will never be able to beat no 345er79 what you will do. and i wish that no oh little -- other little girl will experience what the three of us experienced, and i wish there was a way to return fairness to all female sports. steve: christina, this will impact athletes across the country? >> it absolutely will. what the biden administration
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has essentially done is taken a harmful policy in connecticut and nationalized it. so unless we push back and this is declared unlawful, we really could see the beginning of the end of women's sports. steve: chelsea, alannah, selena and christina, thank you very much for a good constitution on this monday morning. >> thank you. steve: something about one of the executive orders you probably didn't know. we're going to step aside, back in just a couple. ♪ rock music ♪ >> man: so i'm not taking any chances when something happens to it. so when my windshield cracked... my friend recommended safelite autoglass. they came right to me, with expert service where i needed it. ♪ rock music ♪ >> man: that's service i can trust... no matter what i'm hauling. right, girl? >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪ keeping your oysters business growing has you swamped. you need to hire.
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