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waiting for that press conference. jillian: thank you, beverly. download the fox news app, scan the qr code on the bottom of your screen. benjamin: thank you for joining us. have a great morning. jillian: fox and friends starts right now, goodbye. ♪♪ brian: i've been to the border many times. ainsley: this is a big problem in the last administration left us a dismantled system. >> what they inherited is one of the most secure border i've seen in my career which spans nearly 35 years. >> president biden is planning the most massive tax increase since 1993. >> this is democratic, social policy. >> they want to put their hands in your wallet to take out your money. >> allegations of harassment and corruption mounds against andrew cuomo. >> we are talking every week about cuomo yet we are not talking at all about governor
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desantis in florida. >> all you need is a quarter of the people that just supported trump to sign a petition and it appears they have done that. >> he failed miserably. he locked on the largest for the economy in the world and let out prisoners and now gavin newsom will be held accountable. ♪♪ brian: here we go, that's a look at our road and that is philadelphia. ainsley: this is our oc wagon. yesterday brian said he thinks the anchor who says hello for should decide the song. brian: i was hoping that would be a new tradition i mean, if you went to the other side of the album. ainsley: if you will suggest it, you should know it. brian: but i don't know every song. i focus most of my youth with the base city rollers. i thought they would have long jevity but they did not and they
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left with their mullahs. >> if you google base city rollers you will know what i mean. >> so great to be with you all. brian: you should've seen at lawrence's face when he walked in. like he was headed to the gallows great are you happy to be up and he said all. ainsley: but didn't look like, brian? brian: i saw him in the kitchen or this is noon for us and lawrence said let's just say he cannot believe how early it was. lawrence: so early. ainsley: what time did you wake up? lawrence: three and normally i get up at five to go to my gym so this was my gym time. ainsley: we are so glad to have you here. brian: now that we have jim's open. ainsley: griff jenkins went down to the border and our friend is down there and he is in el paso as house republicans see the crisis firsthand and all the republicans went down there so what did they find out, graph.
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reporter: that's right, good morning, ainsley, brian and lawrence. that delegation found or they tour the el paso center crossing agency that was built last year to hold 1,040,000 on the company miners and it is full and it capacity yesterday leaving that delegation with house minority leader kevin mccarthy and we caught up with him afterwards and here is some of what he had to say, listen. >> you know, it is worse than a crisis. i thought i would see a crisis but this is really a human heartbreak. when you walk into that room and using these children's faces there one, three and five -year-olds holding hands and coming up to an agent, how many children did not make it? reporter: this is tragedy strikes news coming out of our san antonio fox affiliate, at least undocumented immigrants are dead after a high-speed car crash collision and that developing an investigation is underway. meanwhile, to large groups in
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texas and the rio grande valley, the first one coming out of los lunas, 134 in that group and an over in lagrone, texas 113 but get this, out of that 11317 were from romania an indication that folks aren't just coming from central america. back to that delegation. they were briefed by the national border patrol council and i spoke with the president brandon judd and asked if we make of speaker pelosi saying that it's an inherited crisis here is what he said. >> as a border patrol agent, that upsets me. she is absolutely wrong. the last administration solved this problem with the migrant protection protocols. the new administration came in and did away with the migrant protection protocols and that is what is causing the huge surge. reporter: where does it go now? that delegation made it very clear that they wanted audience with president biden to talk about what they saw in the
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border patrol agents here and what the president has come out to say it firsthand and one more piece of information and we can update as we have been over the past couple weeks talking about the number of migrants that have tested positive in the city of brownsville because remember border patrol does not test them but is left up to the local authorities and ngos. that number was at 204 but a new number i got overnight, 218 migrants of brownsville, texas testing positive for covid. brian lawrence and ainsley. brian: i've been down there twice and you have a summer home at the border that you been there so often and to have a chance to talk to the border patrol and they were so open over the last four years and they were bringing you down and they to hop on camera and talk to you and have you found border patrol is allowed to talk to you and tell you the situation? reporter: absolutely not. i appreciate that question because on a daily basis and all the sectors i'm covering, whether el paso i am sending
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messages to washington to dhs and they are controlling access. i know personally a lot of these border patrol chiefs and a lot of agents and they all want to talk on camera and they want to take me and show me as they conduct their operations because remember, they are absolutely strapped. when you take agents off the border and put them in the processing centers which are at full capacity and they are having to receive them and transferred them that is less agents on the line and the guys that are doing that work in men and women are unbelievable because they are overwhelmed. we want to see that and see inside these facilities and how they compare to when it was a crisis in 2014 and how it was a crisis under president trump in 2019. we have been denied total access at every turn and at some point this a ministration going to have to provide transparency, if not to me, to the other media and no one is getting a firsthand look. delegation got a look but yet we can't. ainsley: why? why don't they want you to see it?
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reporter: i will leave them to answer that question, ainsley. one thing is for sure, the array people deserve to see it, to pull the curtain back and let them see because they say that the children particularly are being treated well. brian: we would like to see for ourselves. ainsley: kevin mccarthy says they've broken capacity at these facilities but thank you. he says more than 1040 children and it is growing every day. lawrence: this is nonsense. you don't get to spit in our face and tell us that it's raining. the fact is the administration is now changing their talking points paid first, they said there was nothing to see here but they won't let reporters and to see what's actually happening. now they are saying that this was the trump administration's fault so what is it? is a crisis? this is now on the ground and your theme on the ground and now in my hometown of dallas, texas they are sending 3000 teens into our convention center to house
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these young people because the parents have decided to drop them off but the media coverage of this has been the most disgusting thing i was watching one of the other channels the other day and they were talking about these guides leading people across the rio grande. that was not a guide. it was a member of the cartel. these people are paid and that is how these people get across the border but these are not just some guys. to have a press that is willing to do the work that people like griff is doing on the border and can speak intelligently about the issue. ainsley: kevin mccarthy was down there and he said he thought he would to a crisis but instead what he saw is a human heartbreak. he said fentanyl is coming in, cartels and most sophisticated and different than it ever was before. brian: you've got centers being used for 15 or 17 euros for the next 90 days and 3000 unaccompanied minors in the cdp production over the last 72 hours and overall 4200 and your scene that and i will say this, before we go to jenny's sack in
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the sparring as she blamed president trump and they try to do that and they went to their fax machines and got there talking points but no one is buying it. when the time people were telling you what was going on it was not a good story and they were not saying look how good it is but they were saying this is the influx and these are the tents they are in and this is where the adults are and this is why were separating the kids because we don't believe that these are the parents or the relatives of the kids so let's flood the zone with dna kids to find out if they are in fact related but they were telling you what was going on and allowing you to tell the story and it wasn't a good story so jen sack was asked about the problem when she says is not a crisis but yet you needed fema which shows that it's a disaster but watch the sparring. >> we recognize this is a big problem in the last administration left us a dismantled and unworkable system and like any other problem we are going to do everything we can to solve it.
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>> does fema's arrival at the border mean that the administration feels what is happening down of the border is a disaster? >> i know we always get into the labels around here but i would say our focus is on solutions spirit so you say it's a problem or challenge or that it's now a disaster? >> fema is there to help ensure that the people who are at the border have access to or can and to hhs and shelters. >> does that mean the federal government now is moving beyond the message from the last couple of weeks which now is not the time doc about it? spirit no, we are, we are doing both. ainsley: my gosh. if you look at the video and i worked in san antonio close to where you go up or kind of close, in texas and i was watching all these people come across and how excited they were when they made it to the american soil because they know they don't have to go home if
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they seek asylum. there is a pandemic going on so there is the safety of americans that we are worried about and many people in america are out of work now. brian: not in school. ainsley: and kevin mccarthy said in america we have 10 million americans that are out of work and now they are bringing these people in to compete for those jobs. do they think we are stupid? they are calling it a challenge. it's a crisis, you all. there are more than 100,000 people that came into our country in february alone. brian: right, i would say this. the remaining mexico policy was working with 70000 people there. ainsley: did you see that? a mom carrying her infant. brian: in noah's anti- kid but one thing they have to do is they have to fly into honduras, el salvador, guatemala and start dealing with those countries in the message on the ground as if you come, you are in. tom homan, heard jen psaki that the border was broken when they took over and said this —- >> what they inherited was the most secure border i've seen in
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my career which is spans 35 years. illegal immigration was down 50, 80% depending on what you looked at last year. it's a biden administration policy. he promised all these enticements during the campaign. free healthcare, shutdown ice detention, remain an extra program will end, we will reward amnesty and when you tell people that you can enter this country illegally and you won't be detained or removed and you can get a job and you might even get amnesty in healthcare, they will come. this is again not an accident. this is by design joe biden sold out this country to win an election to the progressive left. lawrence: american people are smarter and they know what's happening on the ground. brian, you will have republicans on in the next hour or this hour and i'm interested to see what they will say on this, they had the opportunity and control of all branches of government for two years and the president had to use executive orders and
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redistribute funds from the executive office to get funding for the wall and as soon as joe biden got into office and i was just at the border four weeks ago, he undid that. the next day they stopped building the wall and you still see the material there on where the wall is pretty here is the deal, what will republicans do when they get control? they cannot continue to use this as a campaign issue. they've got to do something about this and i love —. lawrence: . brian: but they did, lawrence but if you will undo what the republicans did this will be the result and now they want to do immigration reform and forget that. ainsley: and guess what they're doing to? not only are they letting anyone in but increasing gas prices have increased because they shut down the pipeline and my dad said more than one dollar now down to his gas station in south carolina and my dad made a good point last night and said the stimulus money, he said ainsley, do know how much my sister is getting us to most track and is a teacher and does not make a
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lot of money and she said that stimulus check will burn through that in a matter of just one month in gas prices. the increase in gas prices so you get all these jobs are lost and now we are being told the biden will raise taxes and corporate tax, remember when donald trump increased it down to 21%? biden going up to 28% and raising the income tax rate on individuals if you make more than $400,000 and expanding the estate tax reach and creating higher capital gains tax rates for individuals earning at least $1 million and this is the first time this is happened in 30 years since 1993 when clinton was in office. brian: the corporate tax you have to understand and respect to middle-class people more because corporations you have a higher people that pay less tax and they become more competitive in the is and it was working is corporations come home and when our corporate tax rate becomes competitive. newt gingrich waiting. >> the democratic machine has to have money. it's like a great white shark.
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if you don't feed it, it falls apart. you don't feel the teachers union, you don't feed the government employees in illinois, go down the list. they've got to get the money from somewhere so they will borrow as much as they can and then they will come after every hard-working american, every american business, large and small. they will use really nice sounding rhetoric but the truth is they want to put their hands in your wallet to take out your money to give to their allies. brian: . lawrence: elections have consequences for they got to pay for that 177,000,002 fresno, yuri gets $178 million in all these counties and all these liberal states that they are giving all of these goodies to they've got to pay for and again, joe biden campaigned on this and said he would raise taxes so it is the press that did not cover this and tell them reckon people the information that they needed to make an
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election decision so it's sad and a disgrace but we saw this coming. brian: right. lawrence: the. ainsley: your money, lawrence. brian: goes to georgia races but think about that. you just had to win one and this would not be destroyed today. louisiana officials say the state's oil and gas industry in danger but why? the president, president biden is canceling march oil lease sales in the gulf of mexico and that's nearly 80 million acres of available leases that have been sold this week and he has canceling all of them. oil and gas, you are single-handedly taking us down as the saudi arabia of the west. oil and gas leaders, they are destroying it in an effort to implement and jam down our throats the new green deal. lawrence: energy affects everything. the price of everything will go up because the cost to get things around the world, around this country will go up because we need the energy and this guy is crushing the industry. on the backs —- he told all
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these people that where are the jobs joe? i talk to these miners and talk to people on the ground in these energy jobs and they are begging for work so where will it come from? ainsley: real-life consequences. lawrence: we will circle back. brian: yeah, we will circle back. thank it's jen psaki. ainsley: jillian has some headlines. jillian: extreme weather, a tornado along the miceli missus sorry mind downing lines. tornado outbreak is slipping this trailer down the street. meanwhile, the massive winter storm in the rockies caused this multivehicle pileup in minnesota. starting today all mississippi residents can get their hands on a covid-19 vaccine. governor reads expanding eligibility just-in-time for spring breakers but he said quote, almost 10000 appointments will be available in the next three weeks. the near term reports only 20% of mississippi residents have received at least one shot and
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11% are fully vaccinated. former president donald trump is responding to the washington post retraction of the georgia election story two months after it was published. the post writes in part quote, trump did not tell the investigator to find the fraud or say she would be a national hero if she did so. the former president says in part quote, you will notice that establishment media errors always slant one way against me and against republicans. eddie van halen son speaking out on the grammys tribute to his father. wolfgang van halen admitted he turned down an offer to play his father's song eruption and added quote, what hurt the most was that he wasn't even mentioned when they talked about artists we lost. i know rock is not the most popular genre right now but it's impossible to ignore the legacy my father left behind. van halen died from cancer in october he was 65. back to you. brian: you got to get an apology from the grammys?
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that's just an oversight. ainsley: i'm glad were mentioning him now. brian: meanwhile, 80 minutes after the hour, straight ahead, one of governor cuomo's accusers meets with investigators in a live report in the disturbing details coming out of get this, a four hour sit down on zoom and covid relief money could be used to find a universal basic income. i'm not kidding, and chicago getting paid to wake up. charles payne sounds off. ♪♪ ( ♪♪ ) ready to juvéderm it? correct age-related volume loss in cheeks with juvéderm voluma xc, add fullness to lips with juvéderm ultra xc and smooth moderate to severe lines around the nose and mouth with juvéderm xc.
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attorney general and state lawmakers as they want an impeachment probe. brian: jackie is here as one of his accusers meets with investigators for hours. jackie. >> yeah, good morning. former aide charlotte bennett reportedly spent four hours with investigators sending over 120 pages of record. one tidbit shared by her lawyer revealed quote, the governor's preoccupation with his hand size and with the large size of his hands indicated to charlotte and other members of his staff. seven women have accused cuomo of inappropriate behavior. to detail their experiences on the new york radio. listen to this. >> there was a lot of vitriol and screaming, shouting, name-calling and he never asked me about my work and he never spoke my name. he did make flirtatious gestures and comments towards me and he approached me. >> he embraced me to tightly, too long and was aroused.
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>> new york state lawmakers say the harassment allegations will be one part of their impeachment probe but the states nursing home deaths and corruption allegations also under scrutiny. it comes as cuomo's office denied reports claiming the states vaccines are executives to gauge their loyalty to the governor. new york voters seem to be giving cuomo a pass but the new research poll showing 50% saying he should not resign. back to you guys. brian: i find that stunning to see the poll says 34% would still vote to reelect him which is unbelievable, 43% view him favorably despite seven different accusers accuse him of inappropriate behavior in the so-called office and even "the new york times" says how will the president of the united states stay on the sidelines with this? the reason why joe biden has not said much is because will be memories of him in the inappropriate touching and
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accusations on him that he was able to outrun because nobody else outside a few outlets was willing to report it. ainsley: they talked about it on the view yesterday and they are complaining because the media is focusing too much on this when they should be focusing on similar scrutiny in the republican party they say listen. >> what worries me is that if he resigns and, fast-forward down the line, a republican becomes a governor of new york state a lot of things will happen that i won't be happy with. i don't want some republican coming in there and overturning some of these policies and then exonerating or pardoning trump. >> we are talking every week feels like practically every day about cuomo, yet we are not talking about governor desantis in florida and we are not talking about governor abbott, i believe, and texas. we are not talking about the south dakota governor and i think as members of the media,
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we need to examine that. [laughter] brian: what a joke. lawrence: first of all, it's got to be a democrat if he is impeached become the governor of new york and besides that —. ainsley: why are they worried about parties? lawrence: what about the people that died in the nursing home? does not account for everything? we have the evidence that he concealed the information but what ainsley, maybe you can speak to this, this is a show of women. shouldn't they be defending the women? ainsley: they did during brett kavanaugh. lawrence: so are we going to believe all women again? ainsley: they did during brett kavanaugh to your point, lawrence. there is due process and we need to investigate this and find out these women are telling the truth or if he is telling the truth because they're all innocent until proven guilty and we are curious to find out those answers but it's just a double standard here. brian: hypocrisy. lawrence: it does not seem like they care about the issues and
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by the way, there was a lot of coverage of the republican governors desantis and abbott but the problem is the reason why the media cannot focus on them now is because they been vindicated. their states are doing just fine and the open businesses aren't feeling anymore and they are allowing two people to choose their own destiny. of course there is glowing stories about them at this point. the reason why you don't see the same for cuomo is because not only did he fail during a pandemic but now he is a sexual assault scandal going on. brian: and looks like carl hastie assembly side still doing an investigation into the nursing homes but the series of sexual harassment allegations and the fact is, you assume, if they have a four hour zoom call was just one of the accusers they are dead serious about getting to the bottom of this and what i'm stunned by his how many democrats have come forward and asked for him to resign. it's over 160 so this is picking up a steam and yesterday he went to long island to appear at a vaccination center and there is not one of the politicians that appeared with him just security
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showed up and no one else wants to be seen with him. they have had it. that's what happened when you act like an bull your entire political career. when it is time for loyalty or friendship, it doesn't seem to be happening. lawrence: or when you fail and everyone praises this guy is the gold standard but, as we no, everyone is not shining gold and this is the story for injure cuomo. brian: and the other thing that bothers me is to get people to his side he's loosening up restrictions, everything from flights to bars to restaurants and to gyms which goes to show you where is the science? you locked us down for a year, had ridiculous restrictions, by the city to its knees, law enforcement and it's all politics. ainsley: 15000 are dead in nursing homes, including jana stains and laws and both of them died within weeks of each other and then you have the sexual harassment, seven william coming forward. brian: and they are looking into governor murphy, governor witmer as well as governor wolf all seem to have some semblance of
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at walgreens.com biden hitting the road to highlight the past a stimulus bill from last week but has no plans to a southern border even as as a ministration sends fema to help. yesterday a group of republican lawmakers got a first land look at the border crisis including our next guest. joining us now, tennessee congressman and congressman dave joyce. kurtzman herald, let's start with you. what did you expect, what did you see? >> well, i was impressed that the facility is obviously brand-new and been opened just one year and when they built this they thought they would
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never reach capacity but while we were there yesterday we were told by that they did indeed meet their capacity yesterday and are looking for overflow opportunities even in their parking lot but the facility is very nice, considering the track these people came through to get to our borders. brian: congressman rose, who are in these facilities? >> we saw a combination of families unaccompanied minors and individual adults that are being processed at this facility. obviously, the unaccompanied minors may be is the most tragic of the stories. brian: congressman rose, did you see a situation where it was an overwhelmed facility? are we getting to that point? >> i think we are getting to that point. this facility was built to accommodate about 100,000 and over just 100,000 individuals or i'm sorry, just over 1000 individuals and they exceeded that capacity yesterday so i
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think they are planning for what they believe will be a rising surge where but for 50% more than any previous point in this year. brian: congressman joyce, in terms of where they are from, what they hear, why they came, i know the language barrier is an issue but did you get some of the stories? >> i did not personally because i'm not that fluent in spanish but congressman jimenez had discussion with the families who who made a journey to from haiti and talking to the agents they're coming from all over the world. china especially print china being the big fish because they will pay $35000 to be brought into the country. one of the most staggering statistics i heard yesterday was the idea that they are paying an average of $4000 to have these coyotes push them into the country. think about that, last month they've caught 100,000 and that's $400 million. think of the people we did not
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catch. that's a huge financial incentive. brian: let's look at the stats, southern migration encounters, full-screen, 100,041 came in february 21 and that's up 20% from january print up 174% from february 2020. the highest since june of 2019 so this is done, congresswoman, when you look at the situation where is this heading? wearable bb in three weeks? where will we be in a month? >> this is a crisis at the border and it did not have to be this way. in fact, one of our colleagues said it best yesterday, congressman macleod said this administration could have done nothing and it would have been better than it is right now because we know the policies of president trump that were working at with the remain in mexico and we are hoping they keep the title 42 in place and that is what is helping the public key border that allows border patrol agents allowing to process those who come here
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illegally from canada and mexico and expel them back to mexico or canada and that is one of the tools that is working, border patrol told us yesterday that it's been a godsend and they hope that that title 42 stays in place and we have introduced legislation doing just that so we are hoping we can get some legs under that piece of legislation and get it through so we can keep that available for border patrol agents and for the country. brian: unaccompanied minors, congressman rose, when they turn around and say this is all trump's fault who has broken policies, broken border we inherited what is your reaction? >> that is ridiculous. i think president biden, the message that he sent that the border would be open and that these individuals should call is encouraging them to come. it's putting those people and hard way as they make the perilous journey north. i think it is ridiculous to lay this at the feet of president trump because clearly, this is
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biden's crisis and biden's scandal. brian: and he won't even admit it and not let the border patrol talk about it but get the stress is overwhelming. congress people, have to leave it there. thank you for making the journey and giving us your personal account of what you sought rather than reports of what you read. thank you so much. >> thank you, brian. brian: straight ahead, the white house eyeing major tax hikes to cover the chileans of dollars for their infrastructure and climate initiatives. charles payne's outrage or least i think he is. are waking up to what's possible with rybelsus®. ♪ you are my sunshine ♪ ♪ my only sunshine... ♪ rybelsus® works differently than any other diabetes pill to lower blood sugar in all 3 of these ways... increases insulin... decreases sugar... and slows food. the majority of people taking rybelsus® lowered their blood sugar and reached an a1c of less than 7.
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>> ultimately we put together the molar and we have these reconciliations. ainsley: got his democratic senator cardin from maryland on the hot mike caught telling pete
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buttigieg was the transportation secretary we will use reconciliation we need to jam this infra- structure plan through but let's bring in charles payne host of "making money" on foxbusiness. what did you think when you saw that? >> you know, it's an admission that it's not going to be the quote unquote infrastructure bill that everyone agrees is needed to various degrees but instead it will be something that will say infrastructure but probably really tilted toward renewable energy in the green agenda and also things in there that have nothing whatsoever to do with infrastructure at all and an extension of the child tax credits, health credits and things like that. ostensibly a bill that was promoted as $2 trillion could eventually be a 4 trillion-dollar bill and to borrow or coin a phrase would have to be jammed through. brian: charles, we know both parties like spending so i am sure a lot of them will be supporting it. i want to get you to weigh in on
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this, biden proposes first major tax hike since 1993. this is after the mass of $1.9 trillion covert relief package and now we know that this will affect the rich people and this is what they say all the time but how does this affect the audience at home, average day folks? >> you know, you said earlier in the show that elections have consequences and one of the consequences is this hurts a lot of small businesses and this hurts full proprietorships and this hurts business formation and one of the unsung stories of america during the age of covid was the second half of last year, the record amount of new businesses that started in the american spirits fighting through the uncertainty in those kinds of things seen new roadblocks and the more you layer on taxes, the more you layer on regulations and the more you defer to dreams of poorer folks and a middle income people who want to do better for themselves and their children. you don't defer to dreams of rich people so this thing is always sold under the guise of
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let's get those rich people because they are not paying their fair share and then they will toss up ultra wealthy folks who made money during the pandemic when ultimately they are hurting the plumber that would like to buy a new truck and hire his third staff. brian: we just saw that too so they will raise income at rate of over four of the thousand dollars and expand these estate tax, create a higher capital tax gain rate of those earning a million dollars annually and then when the states get their money and they're getting rewarded for the high-end employment and the higher your unappointed the more money you get for the 1.9 trillion. in chicago they are exploring the idea of a universal basic income and i woke up today and here's my check. is this the capitals system that you grew up in? >> no, it is not. i really believe i've been talking about this for a couple of years and of course, andrew yang was prepared for pelt on a national stage promoting this and it is amazing because even
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with the covid relief package the rescue bill we saw the reintroduction of the welfare he states. this country will pay you a certain amount of money every month based on how many kids you have, whether you work or not, whether you look for work, you layer that on with existing welfare programs and then you get paid universal basic income what they call a guaranteed income, i call it a fallacy bill. i want people to think about this closely. it's promoted as something that is caring but am not so sure that it is. we are born in the greatest country of the world where if you apply yourself you can be anything you want. this is a disincentive to wake up those innate gifts that god may have given you or those innate talents you need to nurture. this is a bribe. it is never to participate or even attempt to participate in the american dream. i don't think the trade-off is worth it. brian: does not reward hard work
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and they will reward politicians who give them the free money but that's what they are hoping for. ainsley: thank you, charles. you can watch charles on it "making money" on foxbusiness. it is weekdays at 2:00 p.m. eastern time. let's handed over to janice who will tell us about the forecast for the week. hello, janice. >> good morning, yeah, we got to talk severe weather. three-day potential outbreak starting today across the plane states and then moving across the mississippi, tennessee river valley in towards the southeast. concerned about tornadoes especially tomorrow so all of those ingredients come together and by the way we will see snow across the rockies and some of the same areas that saw historic snow over the weekend in colorado and wyoming but this is the event we will be talking about wednesday into thursday across portions of arkansas, mississippi, alabama up towards tennessee and we got a moderate risk in there and then that will continue across the southeast up towards the mid-atlantic, heavy rainfall, damaging winds and destructive tornadoes so know
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what to do if there is a watch or warning and listen to your local forecasters if you live across the south, deep south, mississippi, tennessee river valley. lawrence, anally and brian back to you. ainsley: think about us and she's thinking about who she's talking about. brian: it's hard to know the time these days but meanwhile, coming up straight ahead in the next 11 minutes, while the administration called the situation at the border a challenge democrats have taken on an entirely different tone on climate change spirit climate change is happening and is threatening the air we breathe in the water we drink. >> my administration's ambitious plan to address the x essential threat of our time, climate change. brian: our next guests argues the left uses fear to push radical policies, that conversation is next. allergies don't have to be scary. spraying flonase daily stops your body from overreacting to allergens all season long.
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benjamin: democrats warning about the existential threat of climate change, listen. >> climate change is happening and it is threatening the air we breathe in the water we drink. >> my administration's ambitious plan to address the x essential front of our time, climate change. ainsley: in a new op-ed our new guest argues the left is using
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fear to push costly, radical policies. here with more is president of copenhagen consensus and other of false alarm. good morning to you. >> good morning, ainsley. ainsley: good morning. tell me why you wrote the op-ed and what message you want to get across? >> look, global warming is real problem and i go around and give talks on this and have written a book on this and done lots of academic articles and i was given a presentation at duke and professors at duke came out and say we don't want to hear that because they said i'm not telling a scary enough story. look, we are on the precipice of spending tens of trillions of dollars every year on climate policies that we quite frankly, can't afford an money that is also needed elsewhere and surely we need a conversation and is this the right way to spend money? we should spend some but a lot of what we are proposing to spend will actually be incredibly wasteful. ainsley: you right in the op-ed if you don't spend every single on climate, nothing else matters because climate change threatens
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our very civilization and that's what the left wants you to believe but you say it's vastly exaggerated. >> it's absolutely exaggerated print look, the un climate panel, the gold standard on climate tells us that in 50 years from now the impact of global warming will be equivalent to you and me and everyone else on the planet being somewhere between 0.2 and 2% less well off than we otherwise would have been. remember, by then we will be 350% richer by the un's own estimate so instead of being three to 50% richer we will be 336% richer. yeah, that's a problem but no it is not the end of the world. ainsley: so who do we believe? we hear so many differences to tasks. >> we believe that the science is actually telling us. this is the un climate panel. global warming will give us problems and that is why it's a problem and that's why we should do something about it but these apocalyptic humans that you often hear are designed to make you scared and then make bad decisions instead of focusing
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>> i expected a crisis. it's beyond that. >> republican lawmakers are slamming president biden after visiting a migrant detention facility. >> this administration could have done nothing and it would have been better than it is right now. >> the white house already working on tax hikes and it's not going to be pretty. >> this thing is always sold under let's get those rich people when ultimately they are hurting the plumber who would like to buy a fifth truck. >> seven rockets fired over iraq, five striking the military base housing u.s. contractors. >> no group has taken responsibility but reports indicate similar rockets were used by iranian-backed malitia. >> the washington post forced to issue a massive correction. >> they admit they wrongly add rib outed quotes to the former president. >> how has the catholic church responded this war on american history. >> we got better things to do
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than try to keep up with the ideology. >> ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ brian: so this was played in sixth grade they said it was going to be the next beatles, and they weren't. they had like two hits but this was their hit song. ainsley: okay so the funny story is lawrence yesterday brian said he wanted us each to choose a song because we say hello in all three hours differently, and so toba is in our ear, does our audio. brian: who i've never met. ainsley: lives in brooklyn, greatest guy, knows music and so many fun trivia and facts, so he's in our ear saying the bay city rollers were out along where brian lives and they were playing in a parking lot in like
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a community center, mid-island mall, and he was shopping in a sears maybe with his mom? brian: it's a department store. ainsley: he's shopping there and the band just playing a concert in the parking lot. it's the good old days. brian: a lot of great bands started in parking lots. it just so happened that the bay city rollers ended in the parking lot. ainsley: let's hear it, toba. crank it up. >> ♪ ♪ ♪ brian: how could this band not be classic? ainsley: i would buy the whole store if i were shopping and i heard this. this is great music. brian: all right, so that was -- ainsley: lawrence is here with us. >> great to be with you guys. brian: lawrence thanks for coming in. >> i normally call you all family and now we're friends now brian: we go back to family afterwards see you on easter. meanwhile griff jenkins joins us live at the border in el paso, texas as house republicans see the crisis for the first
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time, firsthand yesterday, griff , and they're coming back with their stories. griff: that's right, brian, ainsley, lawrence, good morning to you. i'm in el paso and the only thing that separates me is this highway and in the distance the border wall fence. that's exactly what house minority leader kevin mccarthy and a dozen gop house members one of whom is actually from this area congressman tony gonzalez, they saw it up close firsthand and afterwards we're able to speak with mccarthy, here is some of what he told us, listen. >> the security and safety of americans are the number one issue that a president should have, and these policies that he has changed had made us less safe. griff: this comes as tragedy strikes coming out of our san antonio fox affiliate we learned up to eight or more undocumented immigrants killed in a high speed car crash, along the border. that story under investigation right now, and we've also learned that in dallas, lawrence 's hometown, they are
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going to open the convention center for up to 3,000 teen male s ages 15-17 with a 90 day contract to start to deal with the surging numbers. here is the thing. when i talk to border patrol agents here yesterday and we were talking about that story they said griff, you have to understand, we can't prove if single males coming across the border say they're 17, and perhaps clearly look 25, if they don't have an i.d., we can't prove they're not 17 and the concern is they're mingling into the teen male population, males that are much older than 17 or 18 years old creating a problem, obviously, those males want to be in that teen population because if they are older it's easier to turn them back or to detain them, so that story very much developing, i was having the conversation with brandon judge, the president of the national border patrol council and he also, i asked him i said what do you think about speaker pelosi's comment that
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you are inheriting this problem from the last administration. he wasn't happy about that comment. here is what he said, listen. >> as a border patrol agent, that upsets me. she is absolutely wrong. the last administration solved this problem with the migrant protection protocols. the new administration came in in and did away with the migrant protection protocols and that's what's causing this huge surge. griff: overnight, an update in brownsville, texas, they test for covid, they used to have the last number was 204 positive cases of undocumented immigrants and now the new number is 218 positive covid cases coming out of that city, part of the rgb sector. brian, ainsley, lawrence? ainsley: wow. that's a lot. brian: right. thanks a lot, griff. we appreciate it. ainsley: coming in with covid. brian: so not only are we in the middle of a pandemic we have people coming across the border at a time in which they want to make regulations how we're supposed to go in offices and
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we're supposed to be distant and not go to school but it's okay at the border to have chaos. ainsley: and sorry, brian but at a time when a lot of americans are out of work, pipeline closed down, people are paying more than $1 per gallon at the gas pump now, and kevin mccarthy went down there with his group of republicans to go tour one of these facilities at the border and he said in america we have 10 million americans out of work , and now they are bringing people to compete for those jobs brian: here is some of the congressmen and congresswoman that were with us last hour to talk about what they saw. >> this is a crisis at the border and it really didn't have to be this way, and congressman mike mccloud said this administration could have done nothing and it would have been better than it is right now >> this facility was built to accommodate just over 1,000 individuals and they exceeded that capacity yesterday, so i think they are planning for what they believe will be a rising surge. >> they are paying on the average of $4,000 to have
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these coyotes push them into the country. think about that. last month, they caught 100,000. that's $400 million, so there's, think of the people we didn't catch so there's a huge financial incentive for this to occur. ainsley: then he told, sorry to interrupt you, but he told brian , they're paying $35,000 to the coyotes if they're coming from china, some of these individuals are coming from china. >> lawrence: this is the democrats desire for raw power. joe biden was never for this type of stuff, when he was in the senate he voted for a lot of this border security but again, brian talked about this in the last hour. this is republican's fault. they had control of congress if they would have passed the necessary legislation, then they wouldn't have had to worry about joe biden undoing what trump did from his executive orders, because the president trump was forced to make executive orders because the republicans would not step up when they have power, joe biden on day two, decided he was going to undo all of this and now we're seeing them flood the border and the media is not
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covering this they don't even know what a coyote is. it's just pretty sickening. brian: right the other big thing is what's next? you got the 1.9 trillion, the crisis on the border that the administration won't acknowledge and then you have another part of their agenda, because there's a lot of belief they aren't going to hold on to the house and the republicans are going to zero in on the senate, so what can they do? how about infrastructure? they keep talking about doing with republican support, but and there's talk that they can't do this through normal reconciliation because this is a budget item so to speak but if you listen to senator ben cardin talk to the new transportation secretary, pete buttigieg, listen to what he didn't know his mic was hot. listen to what he said to pete buttigieg. >> ultimately, when we put together similar to how the existing plan was put together. there has to be a reconciliation
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ainsley: let's clear this. let's walk over to the side and talk about that. >> lawrence: the bottom line is they get the support they need. both parties love the spin, and the moderates and the republican party are going to support this because they get to give goodies to their campaign done or donors so now the hawks, when it comes to fiscal hawks, they are going to be against this but they are going to get it passed and they love to spend. brian: but it depends on the project, republicans aren't going to be there and democrats will say fine, we're going to jam this through a reconciliation and ask if it's going to be allowed under the budget and if things are under budget and spending evidently you can get a simple majority and if it's on normal legislation like immigration you need the 60 votes unless you get rid of the filibuster that's why hr-1 will die because it's not a spending bill but if you get rid of the filibuster, joe manchin said it'll never happen then you can pass all this crap.
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ainsley: maybe throw in a stimulus check for every american again, because the $1.9 trillion stimulus check , 9% went to covid relief. that's what they passed it on. they kept saying it's covid relief, covid relief and the majority of that was for all this pork spending for nancy pelosi, for chuck schumer, for whoever else, that's on the democratic party and then they throw in a stimulus check for everyone so everyone is focused on that. yes i'm getting a check yes i'm glad this passed but this is your money so you might get a check for $1,500 or $1,400 but it cost you $5,000 to pay for that check, because it's out of your taxes. >> lawrence: the question remains where does the administration stand on the filibuster? joe biden claims that, you know, he was someone that was there that believes in that institution, that's been there as far as we can remember it, but they haven't given us a straight answer, are they going to support it or not and now, the progressive caucus and a lot of these squad members are saying listen, if these democrat s supposedly moderate democrats can't get on board and
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we need to get them out of office so we can't forget that there is a progressive caucus that is making it very clear. if you don't get on board with this agenda, we have raw power now, and get in that office. brian: west virginia is not going to give you a liberal democrat ever. joe manchin is about as left as you'll ever get in west virginia. meanwhile james clay burn to your point said the filibuster we'll just develop a rule within the filibuster that says we can go around it for anything that has anything to do with race and civil rights which means hr-1 would pass. hard to believe that joe manchin would go along with that. here is charles payne on what he thinks the democrats will do with infrastructure. charles: it's an admission that it's not going to be the sort of "infrastructure bill" that everyone agrees that it's needed to various degrees, instead it's going to be something that it's going to say infrastructure, but it's probably going to be really tilted toward renewable energy, the green agenda, and also things in there that just have nothing whatsoever to do with
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infrastructure at all, an extension of some of the child tax credits, health credits and things like that, so a bill that was promoted at $2 trillion could eventually be a $4 trillion deal and the coin of phrase would have to be jammed through. ainsley: let's talk about schools right now, because catholic schools, here in new york, and really all over the country, all over the country, brian is that right brian: wide open since september. ainsley: brian did a great tour with cardinal dolan, i don't know if you saw it, lawrence, we played part one yesterday and he talked about the cancel culture because there's a school in new york and all these liberal schools are doing all of the stuff, this cancel culture stuff and really talking to even third graders about things that probably a mom and dad should talk to them about and not a school, most of the parents in new york are saying we need to focus on reading and math, but instead they are talking about all this cancel culture, so, there's the school downtown, grace church, and it's a church. they are saying don't say merry
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christmas, say happy holidays. they are saying don't say mom and dad, say grown-ups, folk, family. i told you the merry christmas one and then instead of boys, girls, guys, ladies and gentlemen and you need to say people, folk, friends, readers and mathematicians so brian you talked to cardinal dolan about it? brian: yes, number one people are afraid of the history being taught, some of these new wokism s that they are infiltrat ing a lot of the public schools and the fact they are open so i talked to him about the curriculum too, here. something about the curriculum too. >> sure. brian: at a time in which in the city they are saying no longer saying mom and dad, and they are talking about race- oriented curriculum. how does the catholic school respond? >> in the catholic schools what is normative is not political correctness, but what is normative is not the editorial page of left wing newspapers. what is normative is what god has told us about the human person, all right? and that's what we stake our claim on.
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we haven't talked about and that of course is the real key to catholic schools, is that god is a part of it. ainsley: love that. brian: and they aren't all catholics in the school. there's like 40% that are not and the other thing we asked him about is the american history. where does it fall into play that people are rewriting it taking down statues saying abraham lincoln is not worthy of being in a grammar school. here is what he said. >> how is the catholic church responded this war in american history and the taking down of statues? >> catholics believe in the power of what we've received and the power of the given. there are certain things just given to us so we don't change things that we've been given. we don't change things that are part of common sense. the wisdom in which we've been raised is usually very very good , and to tamper with that is not good. all right? we got better things to do in our classrooms than trying to
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keep up with the elite ideology of the day. brian: and he went on to say this. i said well what do you say to people who says as great as washington was he had slaves, as great as jefferson was he had slaves and they did not get rid of it and we fought a war to get rid of it and he said st. peter denied jesus three times and he ended up a saint, so he said, nobody in the past has been perfect. that's not the point. >> lawrence: well the thing is history and we've had a lot of passionate conversations over the last year about race in america and impact that's made a lot of folks to what juneteenth and what black history month is and black wall street. brian: more than ever. >> lawrence: we immediate to continue to have those conversations and make sure the history blocks reflect that on msnbc this weekend there was a segment that happened, talking about removing jay edgar hoover off the building and honestly he has a complicated past but i used to live in d.c. and it reminded me of something that the state can't abuse its
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power and to never trust the state openly like that, to be say support the state when it gets something right but when it gets something wrong we should condemn them so when we take those names off and when we don't actually review that history and see all of the changes that these people made and the impact they have on america, then we forget that stuff. ainsley: uh-huh. brian: yeah, i don't know about your schools but no one ever ducked the brutality of slavery. i remember in sixth grade watching roots and seeing that in display, go watch it back. it was evil, it was wrong, nobody ever saw that part of our past, but it doesn't mean what they launched with the declaration of independence and the constitution didn't change the world as we know it, and lives as we live it. ainsley: so cardinal dolan made a good point. we're not changing what is given to us, and he wants to focus more on teaching our students about subjects, math and science
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, and reading, brian, are we seeing an increase in catholic schools, more people going? brian: yeah, well they lost 6% when some people couldn't afford the money the tuition, but then they gained 5.8% back because people are saying i'm tired of watching my kid on a laptop i'm sending them to perochial school ainsley: and the kids paid $5,000 to go to that school. brian: and also talk about the wisdom of capitalism. >> lawrence: it's why we need school choice. ainsley: absolutely. brian: the money you give for public education put it to private if you aren't going to open. >> lawrence democrats are very clear. ainsley: we have so many headlines to get to so let's hand it over to jillian. jillian: good morning, let's begin with this. the fencing surrounding the capitol will soon come down. the acting house sergeant of arms telling lawmakers it'll be scaled back in two phases and this is all guidance from the capitol police department there are no known credible threats. the fencing was put up following the capitol riots. >> a new report revealing new jersey governor phil murphy' office ignored warnings on
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reassured mitting nursing home residents in a march 2020 call, healthcare providers told the health commissioner the order could lead to death. meanwhile michigan governor gretchen whitmer is under fire for a similar order but the states attorney general says an investigation is not warrant ed at this time. >> food network star reveals her husband broke his neck in two places in the head-on collision with her nephew. the pioneer woman writing in part, "evidently one of the two fractures was very close to being catastrophic. " her nephew caleb is also expected to be okay. the men were each driving fire trucks when winds on the gravel road made it difficult to see on their way to fight a wildfire in oklahoma. >> and gronk is officially back rob gronkowski signing a $1 million deal on the heels of their super bowl win and the tightened had fans worrying after he said he was considering becoming a free agent. gronk confirmed the new deal by
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tweeting this gif from sponge bob square pants that is a look at your headlines i'll send it back to you. brian: [laughter] ainsley: [laughter] $10 million for a year. jillian: yup. brian: they would tackle him less in the fox booth, he would probably make more money but have more fun wearing the eye black. we'll look at terry bradshaw's salary and analyze how much gronk should get. >> lawrence: a lot of them like tom brady want to prove it and show that they can do it. they will do it again. ainsley: it's 19 minutes after the top of the hour, too little too late the washington post blasted after issuing a massive correction to a bombshell january report that misquoted former president trump joe con shawn miskel is going to react to that, coming up, next. my psoriatic arthritis pain? i had enough! it's not getting in my way. joint pain, swelling, tenderness...much better. my psoriasis, clearer... cosentyx works on all of this.
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ainsley: so the washington post issued a correction yesterday admitting it misquoted former president trump in this bombshell report that claimed that he had urged a georgia elections investigator, remember this? to go find the fraud. that happened back in january. well the newspaper is now admitting that trump did not tell the investigator to find the fraud, or say that she be a national hero if she did so, instead, trump urged the investigator to scruitinize ballots in fulton county, georgia, asserting that she would find dishonesty there and he also told her that she had the most important job in the country right now. here to react, we used to have joe concha, we don't have joe concha anymore, but trump instead said she be praised when the right answers come out and encouraged her to closely examine the mail-in ballots completely different than what the newspaper reported before that january election down there
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in georgia. we have joe concha back, hey, joe. can you believe this? >> hey, ainsley good morning. ainsley: can you believe this? >> oh, i can believe it, ainsley. look, here you have the washington post, right? and they're giving these conjur ed up quotes, and it comes from a nefarious source. does this all sound familiar and it's not deep throat we're talking about here it's a political operative that had an agenda it's kind of like you go to the beach and throw up food to sea gullahs and they don't check what the food is exactly they just eat it up and that's what happens with the media so often during the trump era. we had all these unnamed stories that only seemed to go in one direction, negative towards the 45th president, so, here is the bottom line, ainsley, that in these situations, the allegation gets 1,000 times the play, remember how much coverage this particular story got, and then the exoneration and then the best part is, go ahead. ainsley: what if it costs the election? >> the best part is other news organizations, ainsley, confirm
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ed the story with their sources, which is the same horrible source that fed the information in the first place. ainsley: so what if it changes the direction of the election? what if people don't go to the polls to vote for one candidate because a fake narrative is being told? >> well, you'd have a much different-looking government now wouldn't you? if only one of those two republican candidates in georgia had won their election, then suddenly all this agenda, all these policies that president biden is now able to push through, probably does not happen, so yeah, this is consequential. this is big stuff, and again, this is going to get a passing mention by all those networks that covered this breathlessly over that time and then that's the shame of it all and that's why by the way, let me share this little poll, survey monkey and axios, in the second half of trump's presidency, three quarters of americans believe traditional major news sources report news they know to be fake , false, or purposely misleading including eight in 10 independent believes this. ainsley: it's scary what
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direction we're heading there's a responsibility of the media. joe, thank you so much for joining us. have a good day. >> good to see you. sorry for the technical stuff. ainsley: no worries it's okay. we'll see you soon. california schools reportedly looking to handout covid relief funds as bonuses to the teachers while the students are still out of the classroom, our next guest calls it a slap in the face. >> ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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with money from the covid relief package. now clovis unified school district tells fox & friends "to get our students back into our classrooms as early as possible, has required employees to work outside their job description. the desire to recognize that effort through some form of one- time covid work stipend has been publicly announced but no amount has been proposed. " our next guest is a mother of two both kids are doing in- person hybrid learning at this district we have sarah elli son. thank you so much for joining me >> good morning thank you for the opportunity to be here. >> lawrence: so sarah, tell me what's your reaction to that? this one-time stipend. >> you know, we have lost point of the entire purpose. our priorities should be getting our children back into school. we need to work on rebuilding our social skills, repairing their mental well being, we're seeing a huge influx of mental health issues with our kids.
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we're losing sight of that. i have witnessed teachers working so hard doing things outside of the box. they are reinventing the education wheel on a daily basis, so when these bonuses are talked about, yes, i have a hard time with it, because i want to see our children back in school. i'm not saying that it isn't a good reward for these teachers. they deserve the recognition because they are working so hard our administrators are working so hard, every time our district tries to get more kids in class, every time they pivot, there are roadblocks. california is still closed down. we're stuck in this purple tier based on our covid numbers, so every time that our district has thought to get our kids back into the classroom, their hands are tied. their hands are tied by fresno county and their hands are tied by the state because of the regulations and the mandates
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and the guidelines that are set forth. there are so many things happening beyond our control, so -- >> lawrence: i'm sorry to interrupt you but who do you blame for this? >> no it's okay. i don't know who to blame. i just know that we have a problem. we have a loss of education with our children. we have a lack of mental health services for our children. we're not making any ground, so to place blame, i don't think is very fair. the fact is our children are not being made a priority. yes, clovis unified is getting $106 million and that money should go to our students, our teachers, the staff that help support them. we need to get our kids back in school. that is the end game and soon. >> lawrence: it seems like this should be an easy thing to do when we're talking about our children. i've seen the studies. these kids are going to be six to eight years behind in the global market. >> it's devastating.
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it is absolutely devastating. the current lit racloir is suggesting that our kids are at risk for violence, domestic abuse, sex trafficking, teen pregnancies, substance abuse, depression, suicide, it's awful. >> lawrence: sarah your voice is needed and i'm sure our parents as well say thank you for speaking up for them thank you so much for joining the programmed to. >> thank you so much. >> lawrence: you bet, a congressman sounded the alarm on the migrant surge warning the suspected terrorist may be exploiting the border crisis to slip into the u.s.. dan bongino reacts, next. our retirement plan with voya, keeps us moving forward. hey, kevin!
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are starting to exploit the southern border. we need to wakeup. we need to understand listen, mr. president biden, you're an okay guy. why don't you just admit you made a mistake with this policy and go back to the way it was. the door should not be open, and we should have immigration the right way. ainsley: he's a republican, i like that he said, you know, you seem like an okay guy, a good guy. brian: how about this? didn't he tell us last week when i make a mistake i will tell you i made a mistake? well this is your opportunity, mr. president. the remain in mexico policy needs to remain i don't think they want to buy into it anymore , because they are ticked off and number two is the proposition 42 has to get bakken acted let's bring in dan bongino, fox news contributor so dan what are the odds the president will say i made a mistake? >> yeah, zero. like that robert downey jr. movie less than zero, that was a movie right? if i remember for all us 80s kids out there. it's not going to happen. of course it isn't going to happen because that would
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require guts and i'm sorry but biden doesn't have guts. he doesn't have the guts to stand up to the insane now radical left. he doesn't have the guts, i mean , listen, guys. the country's falling apart right now. i'm really sorry but we're in the middle of a catastrophic debt crisis, we've opened our southern border right now, we have an economy that's still struggling to get out of the do ldrums from this pandemic , we have biden right as we are trying to get out of this collapse and i know it's immigration but you'll just allow me for a second, right as we're getting out of it they have this genius idea, these dunces in washington d.c., we're going to give you guys stimulus checks for $1,400, and then simultaneously tax it all away and take it all back. these are, how did we get 535 of the dumbest people in america to all get elected to office in d.c. at the washington at the same time. how did we, who is the genius
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whose sitting in a boardroom in washington d.c. somewhere, or up on capitol hill saying i've got a better idea, as we're giving people money to tax it back let's open the southern border in the middle of a pandemic because this is a spectacular idea for american prosperity. there is nothing better than this and does anyone in that room, anyone say folks, i have a question? i'm going to raise my hand. not only are we in the middle of a pandemic, but you know, we have this whole national security thing we've been talking about where we should probably vet people coming into the country and everybodies like look at this idiot, national security pandemic, borders, who needs any of that crap? i mean, we're watching the collapse of the greatest country in the history of human kind and again, 535 of the dumbest people humanity has ever offered up are all sitting in d.c. right now, going over
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the entire process like it's like the hobbett lord of the rings. how did we elect such morons? is this hard? we have a border. is there a country in the history of human kind that didn't have a border? do you know what you have if you don't have a border? you have a land mass. you have a suggestion. you don't have a country. just close the border and say hey, you want to come in? there's the door. there's this thing called a process, sorry, guys but my wife did it. it's not hard. you go in, my wife said -- ainsley: how does she feel? >> i've got one more because my wife, it's not hard. my wife and i are very smart, but we didn't invent the theory of relativity like einstein. my wife went into the immigration place and said i'm a colombian citizen and i married this american guy, he's not as smart as me, but i'd like to be a citizen, and they go okay, here is the process. guys here is what's even crazier , it worked.
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my wife is an american citizen, there is a process. ainsley: what does she say? i am curious, what does she say when she sees the images because my heartbreaks all of our hearts break when we see these babies coming across and moms willing to travel for 22 days, kevin mccarthy said he talked to someone that traveled for 22 days to get to the border. of course where human beings, our hearts break for them but i'm curious what does your wife say about that because they're not doing it the right way. >> my wife and my mother-in-law is actually more interesting, listen, i love my wife to death but she works on my show so she pretty much like whatever i say she goes along with on the show, but she only has strong opinions too on this but my mother-in-law is like i don't get this. like why, i always think of a story my mother-in-law comes here from colombia, doesn't speak a word of english i don't know she had $10 in her wallet and she's now worth a pretty good chunk of change because she did this crazy thing called
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working and invested in her money and scored on a few real estate deals, but she does okay for herself and i remember the story they came here and slept in a one bedroom apartment in jackson, heights and they slept heads/tails when you have only one mattress and three kids so you got to sleep foot-to-head because there's no other room and it's more convenient to pack them in. >> lawrence: she's a hard working woman and you know i adore your wife, dan. >> i know, but she says because they slept heads/tails on the mattress, lawrence she said i heard my daughter talking about my wife now, i used to hear my daughter's stomach at night because i couldn't afford any food. you think about that when she went through the right way and now you want to understand what my mother in law is so pissed off that everyone else is like oh, screw it. the right way? we're just going to walk in and do whatever we want. you understand why legal immigrants to this country, you want to know why donald trump did so well amongst venezuelans,
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and other hispanic immigrants that came to this country, not just cuban americans in southern florida maybe it's because you treat them like idiots democrats maybe because the people that came here, hispanic immigrants and others who are hard working are like hey i did it the right way this is a country of rules and process and order and if you're not willing to do that first, then you're not willing to be an american because america is about law and order and process and your first step was to ignore that. now you understand why they are a little pissed off? that's why. >> lawrence: and those immigrants also don't like the direction of the country and they don't like this social justice warrior nonsense, they don't like that we're becoming more like the countries that they fled from. they are upset and this is why the president made gains as you correctly said, dan, thanks so much for joining us today. >> you got it. no problem. brian: let's go up to janice dean, she's got the breaking weather. not good in some parts of america. >> janice: yes, we're going to
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have several days severe weather outbreak all of the ingredients are coming together we've got warm era head of a cold front, low pressure system injecting from the rockies classic says up for large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes let's take a look the low that comes out of the rockies still more snow to be had, over colorado, wyoming, and there's the setup, classic with an area of low pressure, we get the cold front, gulf moisture working its way in, and that unstable air mass ahead of the cold front, and that's going to give us the potential for again, all of the primary hazards here, the hail, the winds, the flash flooding, the isolated tornadoes the worst threat really coming tomorrow where we have this moderate risk here for parts of the mississippi, tennessee river valley in towards deep south and then that's going to continue into thursday, even friday, for parts of the southeast and parts of florida. severe weather season, the primary season is now, march , april, may, and we are going to have a severe weather outbreak starting today into
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brian: national guard members have been stationed at our capital for three months, and their mission was extended through may, despite questions over over the supposed threat they are protecting against our next guest rejects the idea saying the soldiers need to return home and joining us is the chairman of the board of the national guard association of the united states, major
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general michael mcguire. general, the secretary of defense says i have to employee tend their stay. the speaker says i have no choice. what do you say? >> well good morning, brian thanks for having me i'm proud to represent all the national guardsmen from the 50 states, three territories and the district. you're correct, our chief of the national guard general dan h okenson non-concurred with the request to extend this mission for two months and our entire association stands shoulder-to-shoulder with him. it's time to return our guards men home. we believe that there is no emergent threat and it's time to get them back to their communities. brian: starting to take the razor wire down, and is that enough? >> well, i think the question was request for extension of 2,300, you know at the height of this , we had 26,000 deployed here in arizona, we objected to that. we felt that it didn't have the proper legal underpinnings assigned by the president, first president trump and now
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president biden with no declaration of emergency that we've seen or any declaration of insurrection and it's time now to get our guardsmen home, and hand this off to law enforcement. brian: all right, so, let's look at the cost. january-to-march, $410 million. april-to-may will be $111 million, total $521 million well the national guardsmen and women get crappy lunch, have to stare straight ahead all day and sleep oftentimes is that worth it? >> well, you know, you make an interesting point about the cost. just by chairs, the entire budget of the capital police is only 460 million to 470 million a year so in over three and a half months we will extend more resources from the federal coffers than the entire capital police will use all year and i would just say that congress needs to look into how we're spending federal money there, but we're unwilling to spend
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that same federal dollars for our colleagues in minnesota and other states that suffered great problems last summer. brian: oh, yeah, we saw that and we see that. meanwhile here is what admiral k irby said. he says while we're remaining there until may and the secretary of defense says that he doesn't want our national guard troops up on capitol hill one day longer than they need i don't think anybody wants to see this become an enduring mission at the same time, he recognizes there's a legitimate need for them. that's where you differ, general , right? no one has seen the intelligence that says they need to stay. >> right, you know, i'm a career f-16 pilot and transition ed into my role as the commanding general of the national guard eight years ago and i can tell you anytime where we have an unfortunate incident, if we have these cascading decisions that are made, that lead to increased risk, if we don't break the chain, things will get worse and i just think that the citizens of this nation
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rebut the idea of armed uniformed military folks, policing the streets for over 300 years this nation has seen how that threatens the personal liberties and freedoms and it's time to send our guardsmen home. they have great things to do here, responding to the pandemic and other things in all the states. brian: lincoln had less protective during the civil war major general michael mcguire, thanks so much we hear you and thank you. >> thank you. brian: you do a lot, appreciate it meanwhile migrant caravans making a comeback as word spreads like wildfire about president biden's open border policy. we're live in el paso, with the firsthand look at the crisis , that's only getting worse, next. wealth is your first big investment. worth is a partner to help share the load. wealth is saving a little extra. worth is knowing it's never too late to start - or too early. ♪ ♪ wealth helps you retire. worth is knowing why.
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attributed to the former president trump did not tell the investigator to, quote, find the fraud. >> how they responded, trying to keep up with the ideology of the day. >> the way you do the things you do. brian: go to clearwater, florida. it is so nice and looks wide open. i should be worthless wearing -- whispering. ainsley: summer is right around the corner. did you play the 10 stations? >> exactly. so much culture in it it makes you feel good.
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steve: thanks for giving up -- getting up with us today. ainsley: my colleagues in the last hour. brian: whatever you want to do, be in clearwater on spring break but you are not. >> in new york city. ainsley: got to pay the bills, got to pay for the trip to clearwater. >> griff jenkins is live in el paso, texas. republicans are there. what did you see? >> reporter: some breaking news on the border search front and that is a statement, a lengthy one by kim jong un 3 where he lays out what he calls the facts of what we are seeing at the border, he says he used the word crisis. this is what the statement
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says, quote, the situation we are currently facing at the southwest border is a difficult one. we are keeping border secure, enforcing our laws and staying true to our values in principles. in that statement he goes through the family unit, unaccompanied minors and single adults crossing in unprecedented numbers and what it means for the future. i was able to talk to the national border patrol council president brandon judd and i said lay it out for me. is it a crisis or is it not? >> a week ago i would not have called this crisis, it meets the definition, we are overwhelmed, we do not have resources to stop the cartels from bringing in criminal aliens and drugs. >> the delegation led by kevin
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mccarthy in el paso, unaccompanied minors. and >> this is a human heart break. when you walk into that room and see these children's faces, 3 and 5-year-olds holding hands coming up to an agent, how many didn't make it? >> the statement we started with, addressing the uniqueness we learned this morning that in the city of brownsville the number of positive covid-19 cases is up to 218. brian: we are getting reports about a new caravan coming in this direction is if we don't
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have our hands full already. >> reporter: there's nothing definitive. when you look at the flow in the 6:00 hour, the largest groups, 100 in each one, that kind of flow is a certain sign of caravans but in january as the biden administration came in guatemala put a heavy-handed stop to the first caravan. what will guatemala do? what will mexico do on its southern border with guatemala if one rises up? officials tell me all along the border that the cartels are sending word to the northern triangle of honduras and el salvador saying come down, get in, and this is the fuel behind the crisis. lawrence: the statement in
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between hours here. ainsley: the president needs to go to the border. needs to change it. it is worse than the crisis. 10 million americans, they are bringing people to compete for those jobs. we are still in a pandemic, many people are out of work, they are pushing it. why do you think they were doing it? are they doing it for power? lawrence: a little bit of both. there was no consideration of the border crisis, i think joe biden would agree, this position on the ground, because progressives have gone so far left, wouldn't have won.
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we are dealing with the consequences of things, let's not talk about enough. everyone talks about the border wall. when they stop construction of the wall, they stop the technology stuff as well so all the cameras and technology that border patrol word depending on because they cannot secure all these sectors because there's not enough manpower. you want to tell me it is difficult or what donald trump did because it was a campaign promise without figuring out of course it was difficult. >> he voted for the act in 2006.
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in the customs department, they were held in large crowded tent partition areas by clear plastic. it is a violation of the law. dan bondg no wade in. >> let's open the southern border in the middle of a pandemic because this is a spectacular idea. there's nothing better than it. we are watching the collapse of the greatest country in the history of humankind. is this hard? we have a border. is there a country in the history of humankind that didn't have a border. you have a suggestion, don't have a country, you want to come in? this thing called process.
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>> they are furious about this. you have people crash on the border. ainsley: his mother in law coming over, they had to sleep this way, and stomach rumbling, didn't have the money to pay for food so she worked hard with this agenda, disheartening to see how hard they worked, what she had to do to do it the right way and people able to walk right in. brian: the biden agenda doesn't stop at the border or the rescue package. now wait a second, we want infrastructure, $27 trillion,
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let's raise taxes and something donald trump is proud of his corporate tax reduction, tax plan the reduce taxes in a way we haven't seen, raising the corporate tax rate after not being competitive, raise the income tax rate for individual to make 400,$000, for additional tax. when you give up more of your money, to discourage people from investing and in louisiana, the oil and gas industry in danger of their existence, the oil and gas industry is in danger joe biden has canceled 80 million leases that were sold. >> gas prices will go up again?
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brian: people are out of jobs and not making a living in the middle of the pandemic. oil and gas our strength. lawrence: a liberal wish list and no consideration, to get everything done when we have power. in new york city every single day, a for sale sign, closed sign, business sign, restaurants open to capacity, they will texas even more. >> this hurts a lot of small businesses, sole proprietorships, and before you determine the dreams of poor folks, middle income people who want to do better for themselves. you don't d for the dreams of
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rich people. this thing is always sold under the guise of let's get those rich people because they are not paying their fair share, ultra wealthy folks pay a lot of money during the pandemic when they are hurting the plumber who would like to buy a fifth truck and hire a third set. ainsley: those getting the stimulus check it makes you excited but gas prices are going up one dollar more. and it is $0.30 on the gallon. and there are consequences of great payments.
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and the hamburger, the french fries you buy will cost a little bit more. >> you know who else? all these families, all these people who stepped in the gap when government wouldn't step up, people took care of the mothers and fathers, given the little they had, people that stood up when you told him to shutdown, many of us stepped on the gas, more taxes. it is unbelievable. brian: stuff is permanently the welfare provision because you have no money. ainsley: in the middle of the pandemic. brian: the economy starts to come back and 13 after the hour so many times a story that would come out, this never happened and in return it never happened which you didn't he anything afterwards. with donald trump out of office washington post feel secure enough to admit the story of why the reported almost every major outlet about the
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president of the united states picking up the phone, to make a broad story turns out to be fake news. remember this. >> confirming the washington post reporter feeling donald trump pressuring them to, quote, find the fraud. >> asking that person to find the fraud. >> find the fraud, that official would be a national hero. >> find the fraud. new reporting of georgia could mean even more legal trouble for the president. ainsley: second call to an election official to find the fraud. >> the president pressuring that investigator to find the fraud. >> we are learning of another call from the washington post, urged him to find the fraud. >> adding if they did so they would be a, quote, national hero. steve: they would have been if they found out they would be national heroes but turns out the president never said that. there is a quote from a lengthy
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correction from the washington post, the recording revealed the post misquoted his comments based on information provided by the source, trump did not tell the investigators find the fraud or she would be a national hero if she did so. to scrutinize ballots in fulton county asserting she would find dishonesty there and told her she had the most important job in the country, nothing wrong with any of those statements. and joe consciousa ways in. in the various stores, what you're talking about, the political operative, and doesn't check what the food is exactly. they gobble it up and inflicts on what the media so often during the trump era.
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unnamed stories that only go in one direction, negative toward the 40 fifth president. in these situations the allegation gets 1000 times the play, no matter what coverage the story got, the exoneration. >> this is what happens when you reliance forces the don't give you information they are delivering to the public. >> one thing they always required him to do is give the information whether it is recording, documents so i can cover my tail when i talk to his audience members. they didn't do that because it would have gotten this right. this is what they did throughout the entire administration. remember the big book anonymous, the senior white house official, they did this the entire administration, no accountability. ainsley: where is the executive
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he was talking to on the phone, why didn't that person say that is not what he said? go listen to the tape. wise the tape just not coming out? we are at the end of march, the election in georgia was in january and the news broke that he allegedly said that before the election. it could have changed the election results. benjamin: brian: they found the recording and had to admit it. renotice the establishment era, outright lies, always one way against me and against republicans which i can't deny. i don't remember ever cutting up the direction. jillian talks. jillian: i talk now. document over stimulus check leased or quadruple murder. the suspect is accused of barging into an indianapolis home demanding money for the mother of his child. >> she said you don't deserve
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any of this, pulled out the gun and killed everybody. jillian: the suspect was arrested. today a fallen tampa police officer laid to rest. jesse madsen sacrificed his own life by driving to the path of the driver, the 16 year veteran of the 4 served in the marines, the service will include a 21 gun salute and the final radio call. he leaves behind a wife and 3 children. investigation into tiger woods's car crash coming under scrutiny. forensic experts tell usa today evidence suggests woods was asleep behind the wheel. the la county sheriff said woods showed no signs of impairment. they talked about a lack of marks on the road and he didn't remember driving or how the crash happened.
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it even hail and's son speaking on a tribute to his father, wolfgang admit he turned down an offer to play his father's song but was not impressed showing a 20 have in second -- 20-second version of the guitar. he wasn't even mentioned when they talked about artists we lost. rock isn't the most popular genre right now but i think it is impossible to ignore the legacy my father left. van dale and died from cancer at 65 in october. lawrence: record low ratings, nobody watched. 19 after the hour. la's progressive da slams conservative media and tough on crime types, calls for him to be recalls. families of murder victims say their outrage comes from policies. we will talk to the sun of a fallen police officer who warns this will hurt our policing system. that story next.
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da. >> it hurts on a personal level. and why aren't you meeting, when they are affecting us or impacting us. when it seems like what is happening is you are giving everything to criminals and everything they need but taking everything from the victims and that is justice for us. it hurts. lawrence: before they decided
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to make this decision did you receive a call from the da? >> i received no configuration from the da. any victim the tried to reach out to george gascon he doesn't meet with victims and i think it is because he doesn't want to hear what we have to say. >> we tried to reach out to him as well. what would you say to him? >> i would let him know how disgusting i think his policies really are. maybe he believes he is justified trying to change the justice system but i think we can all agree when we heard he wanted to reform the justice system he didn't realize trying to normalize violent crimes. what these policies are going to be. just for regular people being
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on the street, this will create a mindset that criminals can just do whatever they want with no repercussions and what does that look like going forward? what is a little time in jail for a gang member? his policies will reduce time. >> when you see the criminals slapping hands and fist bumping and saying they support the district attorney, that tells you everything you need to know about the system. a quick final word for what it means for the citizens of los angeles county. do you feel safe? >> i don't feel safe, i don't feel justice and going forward this will have horrifying repercussions for law
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enforcement officers who have to watch everything they do and these are the people protecting us. going forward it is terrifying to me as a victim and as a normal member of society what this means just being on the streets. >> this channel will not stop focusing on the victims and your stories, thank you for coming on. to los angeles district attorney george gascon for a statement you never heard. coming up next, new york governor andrew cuomo may be facing bipartisan calls to resign but is still having some allies on the view. tammy bruce reacts next. >> if he resigns i don't want some republican coming in there. >> we are not talking at all about governor deathsantos.
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shannon: maskless spring breakers flocking to florida's beaches as the sunshine state opens up for business. ashley webster joins us in clearwater with how they are keeping the crowds safe. >> the sun comes up, historic, we have a big sign that says beach rules and banners that have been set up for the day six feet apart. clearwater beach, party town, daytona, fort lauderdale or miami beach, a family
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destination, but there are rules in place. if you're going indoors you have to wear a mask. social distance 6 feet, you have to wash your hands as often as possible and no out the hall, no booze on the beach, that is the rule but go back a year from now, we can tell you people are coming back, the economy is reopening especially in florida, and in the st. petersburg area, restaurants and bars here are fully open, even nightclubs are open. you can go to a nightclub and just hang out until 3 am, there is no curfew which is interesting because that is cost so many problems in miami beach, no problem here and finally there are groups of teens handing out $25 gift cards to people who are playing by the rules, social distancing, wearing masks, that's a great incentive for a lovely day at the beach.
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jillian: we are all officially jealous. lawrence: 160 lawmakers calling on governor cuomo to just resign, but the scandals are not sitting well. the all-female hosts of the view. >> what worries me is if he resigns, and a republican becomes the governor of new york state a lot of things will happen that i won't be happy with. >> we are talking every week, practically every day about cuomo yet we are not talking at all about governor deathsantos in florida, we are not talking about evan or abbott in texas. >> where deaths are below where they are in new york. fox nation's tammy bruce, pretty amazing. governor cuomo's investigations
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are distraction? >> she really wasn't even sure about governor abbott's name, wanted to complain about a guy when she didn't know what his name was. this is ridiculous but it does pull the curtain back, there is something that might happen i might not like. what about the now 7, we have no idea how many are out there women who work for the governor, clearly are democrat supporting his policies and in one case allegation referred to the sexual assault issues. for beheart and anyone who wants to deflect they are not used to democrats being held to account. harvey weinstein was the guy they were going to throw under the bus and then nobody else was going to be bothered. it is shocking to them that there is a standard that democrats will also be held up to and it is about policy, he will do things i might not like
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was already we know that happened to a number of women in the orbit of governor cuomo in addition to the 15,000 who died in the nursing home. you are going to have to do something you might not like for one or 2 minutes. >> charlotte bennett talked for four hours yesterday about everything she had to deal with governor cuomo about and others who came forward who are not backing down. meanwhile, really excited, this examines the life of someone who has been the eye of the tiger in the eye of the news, career, life and writings of dr. seuss and how can cell culture is coming after him. >> what is important, certain people we take for granted, think of dr. seuss and things get filled in in your head, the cat in the hat and all those images but this is a man who
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had the remarkable life and that is what we look at in this documentary which is great for the family because you enjoy his books, the stories, a staple in all of our lives growing up, very important point of view and it wasn't always easy for him. there was a point he was going to quit and there was a chance meeting on the street from an old friend that started up his cartooning again and his writing for children. in life you never know what is going to happen. we address the controversy, it is important for families to know what that is about and come to your own conclusions but it is a great story of perseverance of artistry and politics and the nature of what happened. >> is a clip from the special. >> the massive figure of the twentieth century, really extraordinary to see a man with a legacy like that posthumously under so much attack for a
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-- looks like we have these circumstances. ainsley: democratic senator cardin caught on a hot mike talking to pete buttigieg, basically saying we will ram infrastructure, to realize the mic was on, let's talk over here. let's bring in joni ernst of the small business administration committee. >> good to be on. ainsley: what is your reaction to that. >> very disappointing. cardin his normally been a very reasonable person and someone we felt we could work with in past congresses.
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we passed a bipartisan transportation highway infrastructure bill but sounds like democrats don't have any intention of working with republicans this year, they are just going to ram it through, and don't have to have republican participation. asari state we are in from an administration, that they are willing to work in a bipartisan manager and have shown that one bit. >> james clyburn, when it comes to race issues. so when it comes to hr one they have to pass it because these republican states trying to amend laws that make it harder for minorities to vote. >> i wouldn't say it is anything like that at all. i would say this is about election security. when issues pop up within the election systems they need to be addressed.
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what i see with hr one is an attempt to federalize, very little vetting -- >> >> won't:the disaster listen to this. >> >> the last administration left us a dismantled, unworkable system. we are going to do what we can to solve it. >> we know it is a crisis. i hear from the audience every single day. they were not getting something done back in the trump administration and what is your reaction? >> we were working on that
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diligently and working with the administration, we provided many miles of border wall protection being dismantled by the biden administration, the trump administration we worked with him and he put in place the opportunity for those illegal migrants to be held in mexico, not to advance over the border. we were able to work with the president on a number of issues. we couldn't get immigration reform. lawrence: it was done through executive order which is why the biden administration was able to dismantle it. why didn't we see legislation with republicans leaving the house, senate and the presidency? >> when it comes to process i hate to answer question using a process answer but it is 60 votes in the senate which is something democrats are trying to strip away. we don't have the support in the senate to get done legislatively. which is why donald trump had to do it by executive order. we want to make changes in the
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immigration system and strengthen our borders. we don't have any democratic support on that. they can't do without 60 votes which is why they are trying to strip those protections away and why biden is running all over republicans with these executive orders. was we have to realize is jen psaki, this is not a big problem. this is a humanitarian crisis as well as a national security crisis. we have transnational criminal organizations running people over the border. we had 54 countries sending illegal immigrants over the southern border. this is something that has got to stop and we've got to pay attention to. brian: the northern border is shut to everything except commerce. ainsley: it is a human heartbreak, she was down there yesterday.
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oklahoma lifting covid-19 sections, we will talk to a pizzeria owner who -- how this is affecting his business but let's check in with bill hammer. >> right on, guys. head of the dhs says, quote, the border is secure. we will check -- facts check that in moment. taxes are going higher, some places the proposal is mind blowing and how it will affect you. the covid depth between california and florida, two different approaches, and a woman missing from a yacht, we will speak with her best friend, dana and me, here in new york in 10 minutes at the top of the hour. ...to experience lexus. the invitation to lexus sales event. lease the 2021 rx 350 for $429 a month for 36 month's, and we'll make you're first month's payment. experience amazing. serena: it's my 9:12, no-days-off migraine medicine. it's ubrelvy. for anytime, anywhere migraine strikes
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jillian: the state of oklahoma lifting all covid-19 restrictions, our next guest is the owner of a restaurant, finally showing him the light at the end of the tunnel. he joins us now. i know you are doing great. how do you feel? >> we are at a hopeful time,
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when ppp was starting up, now that we are year into that, wear a mask, it's not going to hurt anything. we see the effectiveness of wearing masks. as we are transitioning we are thankful we don't have an onerous amount of mandates, and other things we do. as we progress forward we feel a lot of pain for friends in new york and california. and we can get the numbers down hopefully people can see our faces once more. ainsley: what vaccine do you need to news? >> it is massive. by private institutions like sam's club, so many staff are able to make it, numbers are
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declining, they have certain health conditions would you see the hope in their face, what oklahoma has done, not perfect but certainly guidance from the health department, local institutions, they work together, and progress through this national nightmare. jillian: no idea what this is going to look like. what have you gone through? >> we have been strong and better as a result. whether it is getting better at processes, learning what it takes to change on a dime makes you better in the restaurants that come through this will be better. my heart goes out to the ones who will not be able to because they were never given a choice to get through this and the ppp loans are great.
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they help do what they are supposed to do which is paper payroll which is what we did. nonetheless they are not perfect. it is hard to know how to pay them back, we are waiting for the dust to settle. ainsley: glad everything is open there again. more "fox and friends" moments away. king's hawaiian sliced bread makes everything better! ♪ (angelic choir) ♪ and here's mine!
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there. clear water is there. by the way, while we're on this make sure to wear green tomorrow. can i urge you to get the fox news app. open up your camera and -- i have three seconds to say goodbye. >> bill: thank you, guys, let's get rolling. biden administration defending its response on the border caring for thousands of children. fox news obtaining exclusive new photos of the temporary outdoor processing center in mission, texas, just over the border. reports of very difficult access for reporters down there. good morning, everybody. back in new york city, bill hemmer. >> dana: i'm dana perino. "america's newsroom." i was in texas for a few days. learned a lot, say a lot. talked to a lot of people. we'll talk about that. >> bill: we missed you. welcome home. >> dana: the biden administration is opening more migrant shelters to deal with the surge and republicans are putting pressure on the

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