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san gabriel valley outside of los angeles, learning that the suspect attacked a deputy before leading authorities on this pursuit. obviously trying to resolve it. we hope it peacefully for the sake of all. let not your heart be troubled. brian kilmeade. you better not be late tomorrow for your show. >> i promise. >> sean: off the air at 11:00. you have to get get off here at 11:00, got to get up at 4:00 and you're going to be whining and complaining in the morning that you are tired and there's no excuse. >> i have so much power in the morning i would say when the repeat, and give you the first hour off until i'm ready, that is how much power i have. >> you will be wide-eyed and bushytailed tomorrow at 6 am, no excuses. >> why rest, wiley the studio,
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shower there, go to the gym, hang out. have a great show. >> great show. always love watching you and now i get a chance to get the toss from you. i'm in for laura ingrandma and this is the ingraham angle, the left, democrats celebrating major league baseball for using the all-star game out of georgia to colorado which they seem to think as looser voting was when it comes to what is going to happen in 2022 and beyond. newt gingrich, senator tom cotner here live to make sense of this democratic move. more proof the biden administration never wants us to return to normal. we will explain and if the story doesn't enrage you i don't know what will you. two teens charged in a fatal carjacking of a new bird driver getting a plea deal. we will try to make sense of that. but first the biden administration want you to believe there is a hunger
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crisis, the climate crisis, racial inequality in this country and that is a crisis but the record number of illegal immigrants at the border is no big deal. they don't call that a crisis at all. president biden's team is so sure it isn't a crisis that the dhs secretary alejandra mayorkas is considering restarting border wall construction person and laying around, i put it up. joe biden said something on the campaign trail. >> there will not be another foot of wall constructed in my administration. >> now the white house press secretary is left to clean up president biden's mess. >> wall construction remains paused, the expense, some limited construction that has been funded and allocated but otherwise.
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>> congressman jim jordan is at the border and he's going on a ride along, he joins us now. i am holding everybody up but this is further confirmation that president trump's border policies were right all along. we paid for the wall, it works with technology and a road and just stopped, how does that make sense? >> doesn't make sense and that is why they are talking about continuing to build the wall. we heard walls work, they funnel people to ports of entry which is how you want the system to work. 2 and a half months ago before donald trump left office he said you undo our policies he will get aside a wave of people flooding the border and that is what we have. but they ended is remain in
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mexico policy, the deportation policy and as you said they announced to the world we are not going to finish construction on the wall even though they are now reconsidering those three things led to the tidal wave we heard from border patrol agents just how bad, more than a crisis, it is chaos on the border. they said was the single busiest month they have had since they have been keeping data in records and border patrol, that is how bad the situation is. they have been working their tail off and are overwhelmed right now. brian: were democrats rest to take the strip too. >> this has been -- the policy that joe biden announced, changes they want to make, we should just forget what donald trump in place they were good policies, that puts back in his policies that is what we should do because they work. good policy works. the agents told us today that
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40% of their man-hours are for processing this huge influx of people coming into the country. 40% so that is how serious it is. we saw where covid protocols dictate 33 kids in this area. there were 527 children in this one plastic area that they have for these kids. that is how serious it is and i would remind the viewers think about this, right now as we speak your viewers, american citizens can't can't into their capital but anybody and everybody can get into their country, that is how ridiculous this is. let's go back to donald trump's policies which we know worked, had the situation under control, let's go back to those policies and get the situation under control. >> msnbc contributor as an idea for every state in the union, we
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had 15,000 unaccompanied minors in march alone and though the numbers are flooding and we have 11 facilities filled up and just about maxed out in san diego. i want you to hear what this contributor said on msnbc until the people of ohio to get on board. >> we have to and but our ability to place children, unaccompanied minors all over the country, proposing every state be asked to take between 500 to 1000 unaccompanied minors that would relieve the pressure on the border. we have to work on the root causes of why unaccompanied children come here, why are families coming here. >> want to take 1000 kids in every state. if every american kid is adopted, is a re-foster home empty, we are supposed to take other countries kids? >> you can't get into your capital, anybody and everybody can get into your country, your tax dollars i used to put them
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up in hotels, for in person instruction in san diego schools, when kids in san diego, american kids in san diego can't get instruction they want everyone and everyone to come to every state in the country, that's not a smart policy. we feel for these people. i saw all kinds of situations that are tough situations, you feel for these individuals but we have to have an orderly process that works, not just flooding the border, bringing anybody and everybody in and that process that works was the policies that were in place under the trump administration, let's go back to those policies. >> you are about to find out what is going on at the border. i would love to get your perspective after you go on your night run. is that possible? >> we will talk about what we may see tonight, we will see what happens. >> in an scripted situation but we need to expect a lot more people coming. really thrilled you gave us the time, appreciate it.
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we move on with the same topic and different perspective, when president biden put border wall construction on positive the godsend to the smugglers and cartels and assigned to many in triangle countries because now they can exploit the gaps in the unfinished section, use the roads that were half built to smuggle things in and out. border patrol in the process, not only is this national security, workers and wages across the country but the construction posits costing american taxpayers upwards of $1 million a month. chadwick, former acting dhs secretary. mister secretary, explained to everybody, we paid for this wall, now we have to pay to destroy this wall and we need this wall. what do you mean it is costing us money? >> what we know as we had a number of miles under contract at the end of the trump administration, 453 miles built
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by the end of the administration but a number of other miles under contract, you had contractors had the stealing place across the southwest border and what we know is it is going to cost the american taxpayers if they continue to cancel these contracts, to move that steel, replace certain things that have gone on along the border to where it was prior to that construction, it's not about just stopping the contract. we have to pay contractors to get out of those contracts which at the end of the day we just need to finish construction of that border wall. we know it works, we know the cdp and customs agents are pleading with the biden administration to finish construction of that wall. they need it to do their national security mission, need to listen to the operators and give them that piece of expertise, give them that ability to do that. >> the president of the united states when he was a senator voted for 600 miles of barrier
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fence, it didn't have the roads. what has changed? >> obviously before donald trump advocated for an effective border wall system the idea was a bipartisan issue and it wasn't until donald trump got blinded, really understood that border security is national security, listen to the men and women along the border and wanted to deliver what they needed to do their jobs that we saw democrats and others the against this in a very partisan way. we listened and provide our men and women in uniform the very best tool and equipment to protect our country overseas, the reason we shouldn't give border patrol the ability to protect our country here at home so we need to listen to the operators, they continue to plead with dhs leadership and the white house to give them the
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ability to finish the border wall construction, that is why you are seeing the white house starting to walk that back a little bit, very interesting to see. >> washington times had a new dhs secretary saying they will get into that with tom homan shortly but terrorists on the terrorist watchlist from yemen. i don't believe how they got there is interesting situation so jen psaki was asked about this, let's see how she answered it. >> and counters of known and suspected terrorists are very uncommon. they underscore the importance of the critical work done on a daily basis at the border. >> he said it is uncommon. does that make it okay q so duly it is deleted from the dhs website too.
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>> the department needs to be publicizing and commending cbp law enforcement officers doing the national security mission and interdicting these individuals but it shows how dangerous the border is. it is not all about minors and family units crossing the border fleeing their countries and seeking asylum. we have criminals, terrorists and others crossing that border and the mission of the cvp is critically important and to have 50% of them pulled off of the line with border patrol facilities, caring for thousands of migrants it is impeding their national security mission so these are just two individuals apprehended in the last 60 days. we have over 1000 so you don't know at the end of the day how many more are out there or cross the border because we don't have a number of border patrol agents on the line doing the job.
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brian: everybody knows watching us at home, in washington and around the globe how to stop it and they won't do it on pure political reasons, 480 miles of wall, a few more billion dollars to finish the whole thing but no one wants to give donald trump's in which you are part of, thanks so much. meanwhile president biden, open the border, dhs secretary alejandro mayorkas telling ice agents he is an immigration hardliner, during a virtual townhall he reportedly said this, quote, i'm 100% opposed to the evolution of ice, we need to strengthen policies and practices with what we do and why we do it and took on sanctuary cities. joining us is tom homan, former acting ice director. is your head spinning? >> yes but i don't believe a word he says, same person who
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says the border is closed on the border secure. actions speak louder than words. sanctuary cities, 3 weeks ago the administration dropped the lawsuit that we had to give sanctuary cities so to drop the lawsuit to hold sanctuary cities accountable to drop that lawsuit, speaking out of both sides of your mouth, actions speak louder than words. >> they say there are gaps in the wall, the roads that were made and being used by smugglers, you made the wall to help move in and out quickly and now the deputy is saying now we will fill those gaps in the wall in the washington times i kind of the leave him because he's responsible, the vice president is not showing up to take over, the president does doesn't know
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how to get there so he knows at one point it has fallen into his lap and he can't keep giving up the heisman as a country. you expect them to put it up? >> i hope he does. it would be the right thing to do because walls work. immigration was in decline. walls save lives and help with the current crisis on the border but the same person who said change ice priorities, 90% of their priorities, the criminal aliens they arrested the cancerous this year because you are no longer on the table. in the same meeting it had to be done because of lack of resources. there is no lack of resources and that is why ice removed 409,000. they are on track this year to remove 65,000 so they are doing one sixteenth of the work. 65,000, they had 52,000 people, now 14,000.
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ice offices had nothing to do. they are sitting around. don't say there is lack of resources. there are plenty of ice office is willing and able. >> what do you see this time that was different than any other time you served because you've been down there a couple times? >> they are american patriots, every one of them, lost total respect for the president, the commander-in-chief because he failed to recognize that this is a crisis, it was preventable. he was briefed this would happen and did it anyway and no what he was doing, they lost respect for the secretary who refused to call is a crisis. they are getting sick, working vast amounts, and the administration keeps saying it is a giving policy. the only kindness i find the way they are treating children and
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families, with respect and dignity and that is the only compassion i saw, the men in the front lines showing compassion. the open border policies show no compassion. 18,000 families have chosen to put their kids in the arms of criminal cartels entered this country illegally. that is not compassion. that is dangerous and stupid so to say loving parents as the secretary said don't put their kids in the arms of criminal cartels. >> they don't, no doubt about it and even though i have a big heart for kids i have no patience for parents. of people want to solve the crisis you will pick up the phone if you call and do it for free and you have been there and know how to beat it like you've done in years past, thanks so much. >> thanks for having me. straightahead major league baseball has moved from atlanta and toby backfire talking about the all-star game so much so that even president biden toning
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colorado. should they be? i >> the left is celebrity the will be decision to move the all-star game from atlanta to denver, colorado. should they be? we have a new poll out showing more americans support voter integrity law than oppose it but that doesn't many to many in the democratic party or major league baseball family either. if they had bothered to read the new georgia law it allows more days for early voting than colorado and the kicker, georgia and colorado require ids to vote in person. joining us is senator tom cotten. it goes back to the president, the president's rhetoric, offering this idea to major league baseball they took him up on it. >> good to see you at night for once. this goes back to joe biden's press conference last week as he used inflammatory, incendiary and outright wrong language of the georgia bill calling it jim crow 2.oh. he forgot to check the laws in
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his own state which has no early voting, fewer drop boxes than does delaware, many said they pulled their all-star game out of atlanta and that is what baseball's commissioner did but as you pointed out in many ways georgia laws are more accessible, more convenient to voters than colorado's laws and you could play this game around the country because we have 50 different election law systems. that is the way the founding fathers designed it. we should have the president of the united states lying using racist inflammatory language about the law or major corporation taking sides in a heated political dispute especially when they don't have the basic facts at hand. >> i don't want you to boycott, just called it jim crow 2.oh but
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don't want you to boycott and this morning the ceo, the secretary of state got up to find out 8000 hotel reservations canceled and expect to lose $100 million, the city of atlanta 51% black, denver is my% black, who are you trying to help and who are you trying to hurt? jen psaki talked about the biden boycott in her meeting with the press. >> this is much bigger than georgia, georgia was one of the first to act on it, to use easily disapproval conspiracy theories to make it harder for eligible americans to vote. this is something we are seeing a prevalence of this, a pattern around the country, and effort to make it more difficult to vote. >> what is the big picture? is she urging these boycotts? trying to bring attention to 30 states for trying to reign in the non-pandemic voting rules because we want to restart, this virus is in the rearview mirror.
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>> if this is the stage we apply, i that we have to condemn new york and start demanding boycotts of new york state, they have fewer early voting days than georgia, almost half as few can it never had drop boxes, you can play this game with every single state. what georgia has done is made their voting system more streamlined and efficient, convenient and accessible for voters in safe and secure, it was not just on november 3rd the georgia had problems. when donald trump was unopposed you have people waiting in line for hours, designed to streamline election laws but joe biden goes out, racially charged incendiary accusations, paid mouthpieces repeat that. stacy abrams, georgia has gotten
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merck because her lies about this law that joe biden inherited, georgia is going to lose hundreds of millions of dollars of economic activity and lots of jobs and i suspect voters in georgia will keep that and as you point out at the beginning of the segment despite all that in spite of the lies from democratic politicians and liberal media a majority of the american people support the georgia law just like a super majority support things like requiring photo identification when you go to vote. these are common sense principles designed to make voting safe, secure, accessible and convenient. is something you should ask for when it comes to voting, the thing i worry about most is regardless of how this election comes out if you are democrat and if you lose the senate seat, lose the governor's eat and because republicans they will say they cheated. it goes back to i don't believe the election results, that is
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disastrous for the country. final thought? >> the worst offenders stacy abrams who to my knowledge to this day has not conceded she lost the governor's race to brian kemp. brian: she has not acknowledged it. truly appreciate it, like the fact that you are at the tip of the spear with these controversial topics. just days ago president biden offered his full throated support for the mlb boycott of the georgia all-star game but the poll numbers are out and he changed his tune. >> the pastors golf ornaments be moved out of georgia? >> that is up to the masters. it is reassuring to see that for-profit operations and businesses are speaking up about how these new jim crow laws are
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just antithetical to who we are. brian: jim crow laws, he knows better but is peddling the same defamatory smear the georgia is resurrecting jim crow is shameful. joining us is newt gingrich, former house speaker, fox news contributor, the guy knows georgia, your reaction to president biden's reversal and calling this jim crow dating back to 1870. how could he equate this? >> because he lies, not complicated. i got so incensed. i've done two podcasts laying out this whole story. stacy abrams is making a lot of money out of this stuff. the jim crow 2.oh website two weeks before the bill was passed, they were setting this game up.
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i don't know how she got the president of the united states to talk about jim crow 2.oh but that is what they are doing, biden not only lied about the georgia law but the washington post very seldom taking on a liberal democrat gave him four. tokyos which is the most you can get saying everything he said about the georgia law was a lie and after that he went on espn and repeated precisely the lies the washington post just do so. this is not a new thing was one of the podcasts i did takes you back to robert bork when he was nominated by ronald reagan, guess who led the fight to smear him and he is a word in english dictionary based on what biden did with his smearing then clarence thomas nomination and guess who led the fight to smear clarence thomas, joe biden. now you have georgia with no
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regard to the truth. pretty shameful. the president of the united states with no regard to the truth lies about the law, much better, hr one which was the politicians act is a disaster and the georgia law is vastly better than hr one so what you've got here is a straightforward effort by liberals to smear georgia and try to set the stage for a big fight over hr one. pete: brian: kissing up to the radical left. listen to what ilhan omar set up his boycott embracing it. >> our hope is this boycott will result in changes in the law. it is important every single state we examine the voting laws and make sure voting is accessible to everyone. it will be important for us to
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continue to push hr one. >> >> there is no voting match anymore, now you just ask for id, open on weekends, this is such an insult to the average american i can't put it into words. >> here's what even worse, major league baseball, a 10 year contract with the chinese communist totalitarian dictatorship, okay to deal with the chinese, major league baseball has played games in cuba under control of the castro and post-castro communist dictatorship. the attitude at major league baseball is it is fine to deal with communist dictatorships, it is conservatives we can to deal with. anybody who wants to complain about the georgia law delaware
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is much worse. ironically they are moving the major league baseball game to colorado. colorado is less black, colorado laws are worse than georgia's laws, no rational reason for doing it and what you found is this is one of those cases the left was totally out of touch with reality, convinced it was protected, went off the deep end of dishonesty and this is quite a change that has been building for several weeks. all of a sudden, wasn't getting coverage for the news media and people did what? i think in georgia this may have killed senator warnock's reelection chances because he's part of a group that wants to take $100 million of jobs out of georgia and shift them to denver. brian: those republicans changed the laws, that's why senator warnock lost and more
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disbelievers from the stacy abrams school of never trust an election that i lose not good for the country and i think you agree, thanks, mister speaker, great to see you tonight. straight ahead, think vaccinating americans is enough to return to normal, i thought to the desiccant, the biden administration says you can't get your life back until covid is eradicated everywhere in the world, we will debunk that nonsense next, don't move.
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>> brian: thanks for staying out. glad you're back. >> the biden administration change the goalpost on when americans can get their old lives back. now we can only return to normal once we vaccinate the entire planet.
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>> even if we vaccinate all 332 million people in the united states tomorrow we would still not be fully safe from the virus. not while it is still replicating around the world and turning into new variants they could easily come here and spread across our communities again. not if we want to fully reopen our economy or start traveling again. >> joining us now is professor of medicine at harvard medical school. vaccinating vulnerable americans is enough to get us back to normal, now we have to -- really? >> one of the basic principles of public health is once you are engaged in unwarranted fear monitoring, for all the people in the 70s and 80s, it is important they are very careful and we try to protect them as
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much as possible until two weeks after they received the vaccine. for younger people, everybody can get infected more than a thousandfold difference among the youngest and the oldest and the youngest. children have less risk. there is absolutely no reason to keep schools close, they should reopen and to spread that kind of fear is irresponsible. >> why is the psychological element never factored in when doctor fauci and the cdc director, they make the statements you can't tell people they are not going to get their
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lives back for the foreseeable future when we know the light is at the end of the tunnel, we are halfway through that tunnel, if not all the way through the tunnel, why don't they see the psychological damage it does? >> it is surprising and damaging to public health because we've had people who don't dare go to the hospital and more death from cardiovascular disease, people don't get their cancer screenings. we have less cancer in 2020 but not because of cancer, not being detected in the treatment so somebody with cervical cancer screening, that woman might not die 3 or 4 years from now after living a couple years so it is very bad for public health to use this kind of scare tactics. >> when you getting your life that? >> hopefully soon. >> you don't have to wait for the rest of the planet, we will give everybody the vaccine, we've got stuff to do. thank you for coming in to talk.
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the same topic, i want to turn to an anti-lockdown data analytics group, and advisor to pandemic data analytics, the group's founder has made an exclusive claim about the who and china and joins us now. what is your claim? >> our claim is the china petition the world health organization to allow it to run global vaccine or immunity passport arrangement and that is particularly disturbing because china does indeed have such technology in place, complex system of social credit scoring. if you don't do what the state wants, find yourself unable to access schooling, public health, any manner of things. >> what you are saying is you
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found out intelligence the china is petitioning the who to have the right to keep score on everybody, find out who is vaccinated and where they can go, the same social credit score that stops 2.5 million people from doing things like hopping on planes and trains or buying a bike so they want to bring that to the rest of the world. where did you get that information and what is the who doing with this offer? >> it was widely reported between the fourteenth and the sixteenth of march in american newspapers. they referenced an article in the global times, chinese paper. i don't read mandarin but in light of what has been going on around the world with the uk in particular and the european union taking quite rapid and unimpeded steps towards lamenting immunity passport one hands to in the article a degree
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of credibility, doesn't seem at all surprising to me the chinese would make such an overture. >> i hope they don't accept it. i don't trust anything about the who with their track record and can't believe youtube took down the video. hard to imagine. >> that wasn't the video they took down. it was far more innocuous video presented at an investor conference in the middle of march. that videos available on our website and i urge your viewers to listen to it, 25 minutes of analysis of the covid-19 response that put the world into such a disturbed state. that video received half million views in the first few days after it was released and there were absolutely no comments made
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criticizing factual content. much of that factual content came from the who and the cdc and youtube soffit to remove it from the platform. >> the who and china seem to have more power over social media than we do thanks so much. coming up straight ahead. the two teens behind the fatal dc carjacking getaway without any prison time. former nypd commissioner react to that and the skyrocketing rates of violent crime across the country as prisons empty out, stay tuned. aliens are real, alright. there's just too much evidence. kill weeds not the lawn with roundup for lawns products. do you have a life insurance policy you no longer need? now you can sell your policy, even a term policy, for an immediate cash payment. call coventry direct to learn more. we thought the left is celebrating mlb's decision to move the all-star game from atlanta to denver, colorado. should they be? i knew poll out shows more americans support georgia's laws than oppose it. is it matter to letting the democratic party.
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or the major league baseball family. if they had bothered to read the new georgia law they would realize it allows more days for early voting. here's the kicker. georgia and colorado require ids to vote in person. do you believe that? joining us now is senator tom cotton. this got out of control and it really goes back to the president. the president's rhetoric, him offering this idea to major league baseball. tch he used inflammatory, @maunited states lying, usin -yeeofwe h icpo so ntre
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>> brian: did you hear about this? the teen girls charged with murder foror the fatal carjackig of the >> t 13 girl charged with murde of a pakistani immigrant reportedly accepted a plea deal that would insure neither of the two defendants would be held past age 21 or be put in a prison facility. lucas tomlinson spoke to a friend about the potential plea. >> outrage that someone could kill and get sentence like that but those are kids and i think they have to have a lesson out of this. the community is yearning for
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justice and we believe in the system and hoping for that. brian: hard-working guy whose car service suffered because of the pandemic. no one is taking a black car anywhere, he ends up dying. the nypd commissioner, you must be outraged. >> it is a shame. you have a 13 birx-year-old, the 13-year-old can't be charged but 15 can. the bottom line is this was an armed robbery and carjacking. these kids, at least the 15-year-old would be charged as an adult and there would be prison time. it is outrageous that there is lack of accountability but this is what happens in cities like washington dc, portland, seattle, new york city, you have
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district attorneys that are not prosecuting violent crime to the fullest extent of the law. brian: they are trying to destroy the country one criminal at a time, that and the indiana prisons, unbelievable combination. fast forward to chicago where they had a 4-year high in shootings and murders, didn't stop chicago's mayor from saying this when it comes to foot pursuit. >> foot pursuits present a significant safety concern, the person being pursued often has a firearm and so does the officer. the combination of these elements create a dangerous environment for all involved as i direct that a new policy be in place before the summer. >> the new policy no more foot pursuit. do you believe this? >> complete insanity. let the guy go, the violent criminal with the gun, let him go, just let him run off to the
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sunset and disappear so he can commit another violent crime tomorrow, tonight. this is complete insanity. i've never heard of anything like this anywhere in this country. >> between that and the car chases and lack of criminal prosecution, pretty dangerous combination and i laugh because in new york they say they want to get people back to work, not going to recognize new york city with the city is like, the lawlessness in the city you once controlled. it was great to see you, wish it was under better circumstances, thank you for joining us. meanwhile straight ahead biden's blunder extends beyond the border. the last bite next.
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