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carley: good to hear. we are looking forward to hearing more from you as you go down to florida to continue your conversation with governor desantis. thank you so much for joining us, we appreciate it. jackie: thank you. >> thank you. carley: and "fox & friends" starts right now. >> weigh are seeing devastation of a city already hurt. >> we are spending so much time dealing with loon in the bag leftist that technology is gospel. pausing use of thejohnson and j. >> something out of an abundance of caution? it was an overreaction. if we start shutting down medications because one in 7 million people died. we're not going to have any medicine left. >> it's a travesty what's happening in our country.
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our border is being overrun. and this administration, in my view, is complicit. >> brett favre want the politics out of sports. >> i know when i turn on game, i want to watch the game, not politics. [explosions] steve: a third night a fox news alert. a minnesota city seeing a third night of violence after the shooting of daunte wright. brooklyn center police say more than 60 people have been arrested. demonstrators setting fire to a dumpster outside an apartment building and apparently many other things as well, brian. brian: fires also set at a police bureau in portland as police declare a riot for a second night. when is it not rioting in portland. and in columbus, ohio. officers used pepper spray to clear protesters who tried to break into that station.
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ainsley: so we now go to griff jenkins is he in washington as the now formed officer involved in the dawn thai write shooting could face charges today, right, griff. >> that's right, brian, ainsley and steve good morning. the washington county prosecutors say they could decide as soon as today whether to charge officer kim potter after she and police chief tim gannon yesterday resigned two days after the fatal traffic stop shooting. now, in potter's resignation letter the 26-year veteran wrote this quote i have loved every minute of being a police officer and serving this community to the best of my ability. but i believe it is in the best interest of the community, the department and my fellow officers if i resign immediately. potter joined the brooklyn center pd in 1995. she served as the union's president in 2019. part of the department's negotiation team and freedom ago rookie on the day of the shooting which chief began none called an accident after potter reached for gun rather than the taser as we see here on body cam
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footage in a struggle with wright. it was learned that he had outstanding warrant for attempted aggravated robbery, meanwhile, back here in washington, guys, more fallout from rashida tlaib's tweet, remember this she said it wasn't an accident. policing in our country is inhawrptly and intentionally racist. dawn thai write was met with intention and violence. i'm done with those who condone government funded murder no. more policing, incarceration, and militarization. it can't be reformed. >> the white house is now distancing themselves. watch. >> that's not the president's view. the president's view is that there are necessary, outdated reforms that should be put in place. but he also believes that there is a forum for putting in place legislation, the george floyd act that can help put many of these necessary reforms in place. >> also putting some space there, speaker pelosi pivoting to legislation in a statement saying our legislation provides a solution to systemic racism
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and does not paint all law enforcement with the same brush. and, guys, we saw president biden sort of dodging questions from the congressional black caucus yesterday about all of this. they were pressing him to find out what he intends to do on police reform. he said it, he is going to announce it later. brian, ainsley, steve? steve: thank you, griff, very much. we did hear from the former president obama yesterday who said we need to reimagine how law enforcement works. brian: really? what was he had no problem with law enforcement and now he's to reimagine it. steve: he does, indeed. now also regarding officer kim potter, who did resign yesterday, apparently she was not asked to resign. she was just felt it was the right thing to do for her community and that's why she did it. what's interesting is as griff said, if the da does charge her later today, she would be only the second time in u.s. history where a law enforcement officer
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was charged for using a service weapon when they mixed it up with a taser. so that would be the second time in history. it is very rare. ainsley: well, as griff was mentioning, congresswoman tlaib says no more policing. no more incarceration. no more myrtle. militarization. congressman tim buck out of colorado said if you guys tonight want the bad guys in jail or police protecting our cities, why don't we start with your district and see how that depose. and then senator john kennedy said if you hate cops just because they're cops, then the next time you are in trouble call crack head, he says. but pelosi is distancing herself from that and then we heard from griff that jen psaki said that is not the belief of our president, president biden. brian: the fact that the city manager resigned because he said that the police officer, the 26-year veteran get due process is unbelievable that people say that's no big deal. the police chief, who i thought
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handled the press conference came back and forth twice, answered all questions, it was his idea to put this video out immediately. a lot of people in law enforcement thought that wasn't wise. he did it. and then he has to resign. now you have this huge transition while guaranteed what we saw last night with 50 arrested more civil unrest. it's an impossible stress on law enforcement. you cannot blame people for saying i'm turning down the academy. i don't want the nomination. dan bongino, who did serve and then went to the secret service joined us last night and said this. >> worry spending so much time dealing with these lunatic in the bag leftists every single opportunity to cause attribute a racial motive to police shooting that serious issue, sean, like modern police technology, improving use of force training, improving the technologies to use use of force, or nonlethals, all of that stuff -- i can guarantee you burner, taser,
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whatever, these people up on top of capitol hill have never heard of any of this because they are too busy saying holy-too i attribute a racial narrative to this and cause more racial strife so hopefully i can get reelected. none of that going to happen. forget about training and new equipment. they are talking about defunding the police. brian: just say this. daunte wright, everybody knows it's a tragedy. nobody thinks he should have been shot. he got pulled over something motor vehicle related there was a warrant out for his arrest for attempted aggravated robbery after choking and holding a woman at gunpoint for $820 a year ago. if you want to debate whether somebody should be pulled over for expired license or license plate okay, have that debate. if you are the police officer and you run that background and find out open warrant for something as serious as this, how do you not make an arrest? and then he decides to run for it, which is a huge mistake and then the 26-year veteran makes a huge mistake by using the gun
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instead of a taser. it's a series of things. if you look at the police officer, what does president obama want him or her to do if you run someone's background and there is a warrant out for an arrest for something called aggravated robbery? it. ainsley: the mayor of the brooklyn center says he doesn't believe officers need to necessarily have weapons every time they are making a traffic stop. you heard dan bongino talk about the burner, burner is a weapon. it's not a firearm. but it's very effective and it's very powerful, it's nonlethal, it shoots chemical irritants little balls. you could shoot those 60 feet away. whereas a taser you have to get very close to the victim. this would allow. they are not -- you will not die if you get hit with one but it will take you down because of these chemical irritants. and anyone can buy one there are no permits or licenses to purchase these. you just have to be 18 years of age and depending on your zip code, the irritant that they put in the gun could be different because every law is different. brian: you should lead off this next talking point because it
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effect you. ainsley: i got the jack seen i got the j and j vaccine. i have had a million text messages from friend did you see what's happened? what are you going to do? i got it before they had all the problems with it. we were told by the cdc, you are still safe, you still got the vaccine if you got it before all of these problems. but the vaccine now is on pause. the biden administration listened to the cdc's recommendations to pause. this the cdc says it's out of an abundance of caution because six women in the united states out of the almost 7 million that have got then vaccine developed blood clots. steve: that's right. ainsley: here is dr. fauci. >> our fda is internationally known for their capability of making sure that we have the safest products out there. and that's what i meant when i said an abundance of caution. you want to make sure that safety is the important issue here. we are totally aware that this is a very rare event. this decision was made by the
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cdc and the fda. and that's one of the things that i think is such a good thing about our system here is that we're ruled by the science. steve: well, since he just mentioned the fda. the fda numbers are this percentage of people who got the shot had a severe reaction. so, imagine this number. .00009 had severe reactions. ainsley: that's less than one in every million people. steve: the risk of clots from birth control pills are 2,000 times higher than with the j and j vaccine. here's the worry is that you know, the cdc, the fda did not consider cost benefit analysis. it probably should have done some sort of targeting where they said okay, let's only have these people not take it, but, instead it was a blanket pause. and the problem is this is going to cause vaccine hesitancy.
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there is already a hesitancy for people to get the shot. this is probably just going to make it worse. here is our doctor. >> it was an overreaction. they should have paused the j and j vaccine in the group where we sought complication, that is the blood clot. the six women that had the blood close including one death. now, if we start shutting down medications because one in 7 million people died, we're not going to have many medications left to use. tylenol kills more people. we're in a health emergency right now. they should have targeted that pause to women of child bearing age or those at risk of clots and not be so paternalistic. whatever happened to letting doctors and patients make their decisions together and letting patients make their own health decisions. brian: mine the ramifications unless, of course, there is something else we are missing that we haven't been told yet. if we are just looking at the numbers and what we have been told and think that's all the facts. you wonder what they're
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thinking. nate silver six cases of 7 million people what a disaster. this will get people killed and create more vaccine hesitancy, as steve said. former president trump says the biden administration did a terrible disservice to people throughout the world by allowing the fda and cdc to pause this use of johnson and johnson vaccine. now, they're going to surge more moderna and have more pfizer and shouldn't really affect who is going to get it but a lot of people like the single dose especially around the world south africa in particular they say johnson and johnson people lined up forever to get it and a lot quicker and easier to store. >> ainsley: just one shot. brian: let let's hope it. ainsley: you get more blood clots from the it birth control pills that be do you from this yet it's on pause. brian: let's talk about sports if we can major league baseball made that ridiculous decision two weeks ago to move their
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baseball all-star game july 1st in colorado because they didn't bother to read the bill my opinion and find out there is nothing more restrictive they are trying to rain rein things in after the pandemic. we are seeing people after the horrific shooting on sunday decide not to play. in minnesota the nba and minnesota twins didn't play certain players like the yankees had a couple of players not show up because of the horrific shooting that took place in minneapolis. among the people that are upset by this, david wells, we played his soundbite, former 20-year pitcher in major league baseball and brett favre. he says it's time for sports to be sports. >> i think both sides, for the most part, want to see it just remain about the sport, not about politics. i know when i turn on a game, i
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want to watch the game. i want to watch players play and teams win and lose. come from behind. i want to watch all the -- you know, the important parts to the game, not what's going on outside of the game. and i think the general fan feels the same way. steve: that was an interview with it andrew k'lavon. brett favre said we were in something together we fought together and lost together and won together truly a family. to say answer your question we you absolutely did not have issues. ainsley: the average guy working 40 hours a week has no tolerance for politics getting injected into sports. they want to open the fridge, grab a cold drink, make some solid food and cheer like hell for a few hours as they relax. they don't want to be lectured by millionaire athlete about how
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society is awful. steve: only thing to make that better, ainsley, would be if you could train your dog to get. ainsley: to get the beer for you. steve: exactly. have the dog open a refrigerator. i have a friend who actually used to put a dishrag on the door handle for the refrigerator so the dog could open it and then went and got a beer. ainsley: no. that's called lazy. steve: that is lazy. brian: when it comes to major league baseball ted cruz and senator lee came out and wanted to take the antitrust exemption away from baseball. since they are going to play politics, let's start making them pay for that what brett favre was mentioning before. 15 minutes after the hour. pete hegseth is live at the marietta diner in marietta georgia. pete, what can we expect when you go inside? pete: well, look at this. this is like the taj mahal of diners behind me central casting in marietta, georgia. steve real quick you don't need a dog to get the beer for you when you have plenty of kids to do it. god bless brett favre for speaking truth. he speaks for a lot of the people who just want to watch
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sports. i know we are going to talk to a lot of people who feel the same way. we are in cobb county where the all-star game was supposed to take place and, instead is, now no longer. we're going to talk to the owner of this restaurant, how it effects him, other diners here, the impact it's had on the community. code it restrictions here in the atlanta area and throughout georgia, which were meant to help baseball, ironically as well. so, guys, a lot of angles here at the marietta diner in marietta, georgia. come on out if you are in the marietta area. we would love to see you. steve: pete, you just revealed what happens at the hegseth house. hey, son, go get dad's medicine out of the refrigerator. pete: come on, you know it's time. let's go. steve: thank you very much. never getting hungry. pete: thank you. ainsley: they leave georgia, he runs to it. let's head over to carley shimkus. she has headlines for us. >> carley: that's right. we are going to begin your
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headlines with this. congress pays tribute to fallen capitol police officer billy evans laying in honor after being hit by a car earlier this month. heart breaking evans young daughter kisses her mother before wiping away tears from her eyes. meanwhile d.c. police seen here and brightly colored helmets saluting the motor slide carrying the fallen officer. right now a search and rescue effort is underway after a boat capsizes off louisiana coast. fierce winds and massive waves causing the 129-foot commercial vessel to flip in rough water. it's unclear exactly how many people were on board. but the coast guard says six people have been rescued so far. overnight, a third california city approves the vote of no confidence in the reforms of los angeles county district attorney george gas cone.
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join santa clarissa in the vote. and lamarata considering doing the same thing, gas cone says his policy set equity victim services and strengthen police accountability. listen to this. a 12-year-old it says his dreams were dashed over an impossible covid mandate. steven comin ski telling "fox & friends first" his baseball team was forced to drop out of the tournament of the baseball hall of fame over a requirement for players 12 and over to be vaccinated. >> everything we worked for gone. it's just like not fair to everyone on the team. >> now, the problem with that is there isn't a vaccine approved for children under the age of 16. how the heck does that make sense? brian: nothing ever makes sense. just so dumb. who are these officials? unbelievable. carley: i have to say i felt so bad for him because he is 12
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years old now at the age of 13 he ages out of the tournament. this was his one shot and he worked two years fundraising and practicing to get there not going to happen. ainsley: everyone on the team is 12 years old. they say you have to have this but you can't get it because of their age. brian: carley shimkus, thank you, we will squeeze you out. continue with top story, businesses targeted by looters as protests erupt for a third straight day in minnesota. closed seven months after looting and riots last year. now have to rebuild his business again. is he going to join us live as the community remains on edge.
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steve: a third straight night of protest and trouble in
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minnesota. the scene all too familiar in n. that state. last may of 2020 sneaker boutique studio 23 bass looted during the riot in minneapolis. they lost about $150,000 worth of merchandise and were forced to close for seven months. then finally two weeks ago they finally reopened and guess what? they were once again looted amid the latest unrest. and studio 23 has to once again try to rebuild. the owner of that store mo ha hb joins us now. >> thanks for having me on. >> your store is 15 miles away from brooklyn center. why did they hit you a second time? >> you know, we woke up and asked ourselves the same question. and it's just a matter of opportunists looking for any chance to thief, loot, burn, break into property that is not theirs and we just happen to be
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a very popular place in the city. where, you know, folks can come together and not only, you know, purchase goods but we operate as an art gearl. we have always been a community space where people come together. it's such a shame people take advantage of an already terrible situation. steve: looking at the video where they cleaned you out. it's heart-breaking. what about the police? did the police ever show up? >> the first time they did not. and by the first time i mean after the george floyd death back in may. this time by the time i arrived at the scene, there were officers there. but, because the city was so busy with crimes everywhere, as soon as i got there, the owner, they needed to pick up and leave to attend to other calls that they were receiving. steve: well, as a business owner who works their entire life to build the business that's got to be heart-breaking that's the whole reason we have a police force is to help you when you are in a situation like that. >> right. the first time was pretty
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devastating because, you know, we would see squad cars drive up but no one was able to help us. and i get it. the city the first time around, was -- everyone sought videos was on fire. and i believe the police force was already strained that evening. and then this past time, you know, i still understand, you know, there is app.s to show you where crime is happening. it was all around us. we were being surrounded by looters and even when we arrived at the scene and the police left, if it wasn't for myself and five staff and friends who unfortunately had to be armed in front of our boutique, looters kept coming in waves to try to get us again. steve: unbelievable. after the george floyd killing, and then you were looted, it took you seven months to rebuild. you finally get to the point you reopen and boom, this happens. you know, do you think the mindset of the person who is doing the looting instead of
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thinking you know, this guy has got insurance. he is going to be fine. >> you know, that definitely plays a part of it. and a lot of the times york gets that far. i just think they have seen opportunity where they know that law enforcement is going to be extremely busy and not age to --able to respond to all the cs there are selfish people out there in the world who take advantage when people are down. people know what happened to us. we are not the only ones. thousands of businesses across minnesota and across the u.s. were devastated not only by lootings but then you add on top of that the pandemic and the economic pressure that that puts on business owners all across the nation and it's been really tough. so for us to be able to reopen and be the light in the city that people expect us to be and all our community action u.ss, it's tough to know that now we have to close again, sole source of income for me and my two little kids and their staff it's
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their only source of income as well. steve: it is heart-breaking. i'm sure there are hermine who would like to help you out. i know there is a go fund me page to go to go fund me.com as you can see right there. studio 23 dash recovery. moh, good luck to you. >> thank you so much. i appreciate it. straight ahead on this wednesday, democrats and republicans agree there are issues at the border, which is why members of the bipartisan problem solver's caucus get a look at the border for a firsthand look. their plans for a bipartisan solution coming up. americans are getting ready for normalcy after a year of restrictions and lockdowns like moh was just talking about. with loved hysteria prevent gridz living a normal life again. karol markowicz from the "new york post" on that coming up. ♪
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lsu police say they were focusing search efforts in a targeted area of the river. a mcdonald's restaurant is serving up some hard truth. the tiktok video showing the burger joint posted a sign reading we are short-staffed please be patient with the staff that it know up. no one want to work anymore. the chain, like many restaurants across the country, has struggled to find staff due to the pandemic and extended unemployment benefits. queen elizabeth attend her first royal engagement since prince philip's death. early peel who stopped down as lord chamberlain. most senior officer role appointed by the household. he was overseeing arrangements for prince philip's death before his retirement. those are your headlines. brian? brian: all right, carley, thanks. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle agree human problems at the border.
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will they agree on how to fix it. bipartisan group of lawmakers from the problem-solvers caucus traveled to the border to get a first-hand look at the crisis joining us now with what they saw co-chairs of the caucus and that is democratic congressman josh gottheimer of new jersey and republican congressman brian fitzpatrick of pennsylvania along with congress congressman i don't mean kim. what do you see that you were not expecting? >> just frankly the heart-breaking time we spent with young children who the cartels are literally getting $6,000 a family or a child to bring them over and just how significant that challenge. we went to facilities where we saw a young accompanied minors by themselves and just the breadth of the challenge we are facing. not a new challenge. clearly we need a long-term bipartisan solution not just
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another band-aid on this problem. so, democrats and republicans together the problem solvers caucus we were there on the border fact-finding mission to start develop i hope a plan forward. brian: congressman kim all i'm reading about is the biden administration building more facilities, that's not solving the problem, is it? >> well, first of all, we are definitely -- what we saw watt lack of facilities to process these hundreds and thousands of migrants coming across the border. and let's talk about first of all what is causing the massive surge and the migration? there are several reasons i went to the california border over of the district 4 and i joined the problem solver caucus over the weekend and border agents that i talked to all indicated some of the contributing factors to the current surge. so let's talk from there. first of all, there are a couple of factors, policy changes in the biden administration and the
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state of mexico. they stopped allowing unaccompanied children under 7 to wait for the asylum hearing in the state. so this created a huge increase in the number of unaccompanied children in the dhs processing facilities in the united states. they are stretched thin and we don't have adequate facilities to process thousands and thousands coming across the border. brian: i would say so. you have got 19,000 unaccompanied minors, 53,000 family units, 100,000 individuals. some of which have been sent back. these numbers are stunning. congressman fitzpatrick, you guys are problem-solvers, that's your name. give me some idea of what you are going to propose. >> well, it's very simple, brian. when policies surge at the border get a surge at the border disincentivize it you won't get it. this is not seasonal thing direct result of policy changes. what most of us agree get to 75%
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threshold in our caucus. ellis island facility on the southern side of the u.s.-mexico border or potentially in the triangle. make sure they process there because approximately 10% of these migrants, brian, qualify for asylum. there is all types of people presenting themselves at the border. the border patrol agents 64 representatives, individual from 64 different countries in the past few months have shown up at the border. the triangle and mexico that's only 4 countries. 64 have presented. clearly there is an incentive for them to show up here. we all know what that is. brian: yeah, by the way, it's not just your opinion as we go back to you congressman gottheimer, the president of guatemala came out and said that he said the mixed message from the biden administration has sent a lot of his citizens into our country thinking you can get here and you can stay here. so, now, if they want to apply for asylum, is it true that you might recommend together that they do it in the country they are in or the first one they
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touch, correct? >> well, you know, one of the ideas we are talking about and i think this takes a comprehensive solution. there is no one-off answers here but clearly you have got do more processing before you get to in home countries before you get to the border. i think that will discourage people from all come up. and, more importantly, stop the cartels from really running what the border agents say is a larger business now than the drugs, right? because they're getting paid so much money to move people up, including young children. that's the heart-breaking side of this, right? so many young people who just want to come to the greatest country in the world for better opportunity. obviously what they're facing in terms of threats at home. so, i think together we have got to come up with an answer here. this is a problem again that's been challenging for democrat and republican administration. and i think this takes us working together to find a comprehensive answer. brian: yeah. >> brian, can i chime in on that
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one? brian: go ahead. >> what we found on this trip, i talked to my colleagues on both sides and there are immediate solutions that we agree, i think, who reinstate the migrant protection protocol or the remain in mexico policy and maintain that and implement the title 42 authority. and congress and the administration should work in a bipartisan way to address this humanitarian crisis at the border. by reengaging our partners in central america and reestablish the asylum cooperative agreements. that's are the two things that the biden administration took away and i think we need to reengage them and using these two policies. brian: yeah. i think you have that and two democrats who came out who represent border cities trying to get president biden's attention. the vice president seems disinterested and the president won't go. guys, thanks so much for making the effort to go down and more importantly to get up and talk about it. appreciate it. we will follow this story and we will follow your caucus. >> thank you. >> thank you. brian: thank you.
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meanwhile, up next on this show, we are live in marietta georgia for breakfast with friends. pete, what can you tell us? pete: brian, good morning. in just mommy's you will hear from the owner of marietta diner. can you talk about the adjustments they have made for covid and how devastating it is for cobb county that the all-star game will not be here. check out these cakes, volcano, blue velvet, take your pick. this is not your average diaper here in marietta, georgia. stay with us. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ when it comes to autism, finding the right words can be tough.
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call ticket booth, they will ask you for identification to vote. so major league baseball understands the value of identification and they apparently don't think they are being bigoted racist when they ask you for a driver's license to pick up your tickets. ainsley: senator ted cruz blasting the mlb's decision to move the all-star game out of georgia and that's where we find pete hegseth. he's having breakfast with friends at the marietta diner in cobb county. that's where the baseball team game was supposed to be held? pete: this is the county where the baseball game was supposed to be held. they are still trying to make sense why it isn't. for the woke crowd that came in and tried to get rid of it. they are not here to deal with the aftermath that's what we are here to talk about this morning. we have gus how do i say your last name. >> chellios. pete: such a great host for us. covid changed your business completely. did you a big overhaul. what did you do here. >> had to make changes quickly. i figured the dining room was
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closed. we opened a 24-hour drive-thru anything you want any time you want at a diner. >> these were booths and became a drive-thru. a packed crif threw and diner how is business now. >> everything has been very, very busy. >> show us a little bit more of the diner, too. we were talking earlier about the all-star game and the impact talk to us how hard was that for you guys? >> i still don't know -- i don't know what happened. down the road. beautiful park, beautiful stadium. we were all excited about it. pete: you had the nba all-star game here what was that like it? >> was awesome. all the businesses thrived from it we were looking forward to the baseball. pete: it was downtown. you are not downtown, it was packed here when the all-star game t was crazy. pete: all-star game down the road it would have been packed, too. >> it's a shame. i had somebody tell me this story they told me three times i still don't understand what happened. pete: some people were mad about the fact that apparently everything in georgia is racist
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except the masters which still got to be here. >> and the all-star game was like right down the road. pete: how about getting workers back to work here? >> that's been a challenge. i don't know where they're. but we have our family here, our team. we are doing great. but we could use more people, definitely. i think a lot of restaurants could use more people right now. pete: do you think some of that has to do with unemployment. >> i really don't know because even the busy restaurants where everybody is making good money cannot find enough help. we will make it. we just got to run a little faster. pete: from what i can tell with gus the guy knows how to run. >> i know you came from far away i put a little spread. french toast, i have seafood. twin bacon cheeseburgers, i have omelets and surf and turf. weird time. 6:30 in the morning you might want some steak. i got olympic size platter here with lamb shops and euro meet greek salad. reuben. you came from new york you got to have a reuben.
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greek salad with euro. and the cake for dessert. many cakes. you saw the cakes before? pete: i have never seen a spread like this ever on breakfast with friend. >> i want it make sure you don't leave hungry. pete: i'm silenced. i guess it's up to you in new york to decide what i eat first. i will go with your recommendation. >> take your time. pete: all we have is time. steve: i read the menu at marietta diner.com. if i were there i would be having the chicken friday steak with eggs. >> pork chops and eggs. rain brian do you have a fruit salad tangerine? pete: fruit salad? what are you looking for? >> little strawberries here maybe. pete: mozzarella. >> biscuits, hash browns. pete: it's not ending. steve: it down in marietta in a little while.
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ounce ains after more than a year of lockdowns, americans are gearing up for a return to some kind of normalcy as more people are getting vaccinated. but our next guest asks will covid hysterics ever let our children live normal lives? new york columnist and mom of three karol markowicz joins us now. good morning, karol. >> good morning. ainsley: i red your op-ed. you are absolutely right. talking how the children are suffering. seems to be no end in sight if you look at cases or what they are doing in other countries or what the w.h.o. recommends it's all over the place, right? >> yeah. absolutely. but, you know, america is taking just the strictest path with our children. the w.h.o. recommends masking for kids over 6. we are doing it over 2. that's why every time you see a
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footage of a toddler being dragged off a plane not wearing a mask it's in america. in america they have to be 6 to wear a mask on a plane. now 6 is pretty young. i don't think 6-year-olds can be wearing a mask either. can you reason with a 6-year-old. it's hard to reason with a 2-year-old to wear a mask on a flight. ainsley: look at the numbers 0 to 4, 490,000 of those cases only 2% of the cases in the united states. ages 5 to 17, nearly 2.4 million cases that's about 10% of the cases in the united states. how is it affecting your children? i know you have a 4-year-old, a 7-year-old and 10-year-old. you write about them playing sports in brooklyn. >> yeah. it was really tough to watch some play sports in the fall with masks on. it made no sense. my daughter is on a pitcher's mound not near anybody she is wearing a face mask like she is about to pass covid to somebody. we are not doing the same thing. i think for smaller kid, especially for 2 and 3-year-olds i have a 2-year-old niece just
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seen the world mask throughout her whole life. very hard to get cues and language when everybody is masked and you yourself have to be masked at that age. i think the same path would be to get masks off kids right now but for sure once grownups stop wearing masks and hopefully we will soon that kids will follow. just because they don't have a vaccine doesn't mean they have to stay masked for the rest of their lives. ainsley: if you have the vaccine why do you still have to wear a mask. >> that's a whole other ballgame but yes, absolutely. ainsley: do you think the kids will have to wear masks next fall when they go back to school. >> i think in some places that's where we will see the divide between places that are making sane decisions and places that are not. we are already seeing that again, there are areas in the country where kids don't wear masks playing sports. i think parents in new york city might be surprised to hear they don't have to higher numbers than we do. so, i think we will see some places do away with masks, fall the sanity on it. again, european schools generally don't make kids wear
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masks under age 11 or 12. again, i don't think they should be wearing masks either, but we have gotten to where that would be, you know, a good compromise. ainsley: right. we want everyone to be safe but we also want normalcy for our children. thank you so much, karol. >> thank you, ainsley. ainsley: you are welcome. we have a busy two hour show ahead stick with us. we have florida's governor ron desantis, house minority whip steve scalise. steven miller, karl rove tomi lahren and dr. marc siegel and so much more. brian and steve are here, too. ♪ ♪ [sfx: psst psst] allergies don't have to be scary. spraying flonase daily stops your body from overreacting to allergens all season long. psst! psst! all good
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take step toward justice for the smart family. >> tape exposing cnn's bias. >> our focus was to get trump out of office, right, without saying it, that's what it was. >> i think [inaudible] >> all-star county was supposed to take place. >> it's a shame. i had tell me the stories. they told me three times and i still don't understand what happened. ♪ ainsley: straight to a fox news alert. a minnesota city seeing a third night of violence after the shooting of daunte wright. brooklyn center police there. they say that more than 60 people have been arrested for charges including incite ago riot. steve: which we're looking at right there. the unrest, as some are calling it spreading nationwide as a riot is declared in portland for a second straight night. rioters there setting off the police bureau on fire, fen, and while police in columbus, ohio had to use pepper spray to fend off protesters trying to break in to the station there.
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brian: all right. there is tumult. steve harrigan is there covering it at the brooklyn center in minnesota where the former officer involved in the dawn thai write shooting could face charges, steve, even though clearly it was an accident. >> that's right, brian. the big news today could be that that 26-year-old former police veteran, he resigned in the wake of the shooting kim potter could face criminal charges for firing the single shot that killed daunte wright on sunday. her home now is actually being guarded by police and fenced off. they fear it could be attacked. the police chief who also row signed said that shooting was accidental that potter had tried to use her taser. mistook that and used the handgun instead. not clear how those criminal charges could effect the crowds outside the police station. more than 2,000 people out overnight, more than 60 people arrested and police showed overnight some of the items that were hurled at them by the
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crowd. unfortunately those who came out and decided to throw bricks, a light here, alcohol bottles, cans, and other items at law enforcement officers. >> now, as police were being hit with bricks and bottles, the mayor suggested that for some, what he called routine stops, it might be possible for the police to be unarmed. here's the mayor. >> i don't believe that officers need to necessarily have weapons, you know, every time they are making a traffic stop. >> at the time he was shot, there was an open warrant for 20-year-old daunte wright's arrest for attempted armed robbery and finally the mayor here has ordered the police to take down the thin blue line flag that flew over the police
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station here. the mayor said that police flag was inflammatory. brian, steve, ainsley, back to you. brian: a flag, commemorating the police at a police station is inflammatory. steve harrigan, thanks so much. unbelievable what took place last night. you have about 50-plus arrests. this was expected. the night before about 40 arrests and the night before that two arrests. one thing pretty if you are a police officer you don't have enough to protect yourself. others heard gunshots as well. tell how it helps your cause to destroy a dollar store and foot locker. please tell me i think a lot of it is anger and some of it is flat out i'm going to go out and create chaos regardless of what took place. steve: sure, yesterday, after the officer in question and the police chief himself you would think that would lower the tension. and, yet, nonetheless last night there were 800 to 1,000 protesters outside the police
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department some sprayed mace on the cops and as we heard in the soundbites they also threw bricks. there was some looting last night but the night before and the night before that. one of the spots that was looted was actually 15 miles away. a shoe store called studio 23. which was looted after the killing of george floyd, that's it right there. after george floyd that place was completely trashed it. took the guy seven months to reopen. he finally reopened and 17 hours ago it was looted again by people who just seemed to take this as an opportunity to loot him according to the owner. ainsley: he said in may they took $150,000 worth of merchandise. this time they have taken so far 25 to 40,000. could you imagine spending your whole life being excited 'opening a business one day, trying to feed your family. has two kids at home he said and then people are taking advantage of this awful situation. they are opportunists and they're looting stores.
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people who live in their community. he was on with steve earlier in the show. listen to this. >> just a matter of opportunists looking for any chance to thieve, loot, burn, you know, break in to property that's not theirs. by the time i arrived at the scene, there were officers there. but, because the city was so biz were with crimes everywhere, as soon as i got there, the owner, they needed to pick up and leave to attend to other calls that they were receiving. it's tough to know that now we have to close again, you know, my sole source of income for me and my two little kids and my staff. it's their only source of income as well. steve: yeah. and they are obviously not listening to the president of the united states because joe biden came out on monday and said this is no time to loot. brian: all right. six minutes after the hour. let's talk about what's happening at the border. because president biden doesn't seem very interested in it. let him know that there are very impatient attorney generals who have had it.
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they are in texas and missouri. they are going to suit biden administration just like arizona is suing the biden administration to actually pay attention to what's happening at the border. they are going to sue for scrapping the migrant protection protocol. the mpp demanding the program which kept migrants in mexico. remain in mexico policy while their immigration hearings played out. they want to restore it. the problem is mexico says screw it. you left me at the door stop there. you never even gave me notice. you created additional chaos at the border and that's deal i did with the previous president. i don't know if they will get that back. here is the text. president biden this is from the attorney general. could immediately remedy by reinstating the migrant protection protocols. dangerous criminals are taking advantage of the lapse in law enforcement result of human trafficking plethora of violent crimes massive burden on the state and federal programs for which taxpayers must foot the bill. ainsley: he also said it's a serious cost for the state of
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texas, very expensive and in missouri, they are also suing because they say it hurts the state's fight against human trafficking. they say it's irresponsible and invites human traffickers to exploit the victims. we saw 172,000 encounters in the month of march and a record number of unaccompanied children. steve: and there are just a number of attorney generals in largely republican states, also including texas and louisiana. they banded together, ken paxton has been very busy. ainsley: there are a number of lawsuits. steve: he sued the dhs last week because they are refusing to take into custody criminal aliens after the rules narrowed into though ho they could arrest. remember now they have changed it where you can only arrest somebody who pose as national security problem. and then you have got to call the boss in washington and get it in writing it's a rigmarole that's why the number of arrests have fallen. also a couple days ago we had the attorney general of arizona on. and they did -- they are dag something there. he has filed a lawsuit and
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essentially it said when they stopped building the border wall that was against the law because there was no environmental impact study done. in other words, he was using a tool of the left to get them to start building. ainsley: he said the sierra club would be happy. think about what these republicans are doing. you know, when you are the president of the united states, can you do a number of things via executive order. or it's political. here they are going to the courts to look for a remedy because when it comes to politics right now, the democrats control the hours the senate, and the white house. up against a brick wall. brian: talk about the problem solvers caucus. bipartisan caucus. nine of them went down to the border to see for themselves. they joined us earlier. they will come up with specific recommendations and try to pass this thing through the house. shear a little of what they saw and what they are going to try to do. >> when policies incentivize a surge at the border you will get
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a surge at the border. whether it decent advises you will not see it. this is a result of policy changes. >> i talk to my colleagues on both sides and there are two immediate solutions we agreerks i think, to reinstate the migrant protection protocol or the remain in mexico policy and maintain that and implement the title 42 authority. these are the two things that biden administration took away and i think we need to reengage them. >> we need a long-term bipartisan solution not just another band-aid on this problem. this is a problem, again, that's been challenging for democrat and republican administrations. and i think this takes us working together to find a comprehensive answer. brian: by the way, just in case you think if jen psaki is watching if this is a republican talking point you have democrats, josh gottheimer, gonzalez a democrat saying it and guatemalan president saying joe biden's confusing messaging encouraged smugglers to drop off children at the border. please tell guatemala they are
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playing politics i don't think so. he knows why they are leaving his country. ainsley: remember that school in downtown new york we telling you about they are making headlines again. this was the school that they sent out that inclusive language guide to all the parents. brian: so valuable. ainsley: we are not going use the word mom or dad you are going to say grown ups, folks or guardian. don't say memoirs or happy holidays instead have a great break. no boys, girls, guys, people, folks, friends, readers mathematicians one of the math teachers there is not staying silent anymore the school is grace church school. very popular school. expensive, about $60,000 a year to send your kid there. brian: a lot for the folks. ainsley: tough to get into. very well known a beautiful huge cathedral. i don't know why they wouldn't say you can't say merry christmas it's a church school. this teacher wrote an op-ed and sent it to the "new york times" editor. you may remember she was in the news. title is i refuse to stand by while my students are
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indoctrinated. steve: and in the body of the column he says other things students are pressured to conform their parkways to those prodly associated with their gender and race and to minimize or dismiss individual experiences that don't match those assumptions. all of this is done in the name of equity but it is the opposite of fair. in reality, all of this reinforces the worst impulses we have as human beings. our tendency toward tribalism and sectarianism that a truly liberal education is meant to transcend. so, this guy, paul rossi, it turns out, he had been vocal behind the scenes talking to his teachers and other people, at one point a student came up to him a after class and said hey, i just wanted to thank you for speaking out because i had expressed a conservative point of view once and a teacher took knee task for it. the student said thank you. and he said essentially, i hope
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nothing happens to him and he, mr. paul rossi hopes the same thing because now everybody in new york is talking about this guy. the one guy who stands up to the school. ainsley: that's not the only school doing. this i live in new york city. we went through the whole school process for my daughter. they are all doing. this many of them. not all of them. a lot of these schools are doing this whole thing and teaching the kids very early age. brian: grace sent out a message to the grown ups or folks or family i don't know what they are allowed to you be addressed by some say parents or mom or dad. they say this dot dot dot a member of the faculty wrote and posted an article that is critical of grace and our efforts to build a school where everyone feels they belong. the process of building a community is often challenging and i'm disappointed that the individual felt it necessary to air his differences in this way. too bad. i would love to see these teachers the ones in chicago protesting going back to school. all those in california who work so hard and care so much about the kids. and these teachers, like rossi,
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to stand up and say i'm embarrassed by what my union is doing. i'm embarrassed by the management of my school, i'm embarrassed when this stuff goes public, and i'm not going to stand for it. that would be great to see them keep their job or move on. because teachers do a great job and i think they are getting a bad rap right now. steve: the school doubled down as we saw in that quote and on website and k through 12 school they say we aren't anti-racist school right now but we are striving to become one. that explains a lot, doesn't it? brian: confused, but that's where i spend most of my day. pete hegseth is live in marietta diner in marietta georgia, hey, pete: pete good morning, i'm being razzed by the crowd. quiet down, everybody. heckled. i am being heckled in realtime. marietta diner outside of atlanta, excuse me, where we are talking to the folks here about the all-star game and the fact that it was moved out of cobb county.
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it was supposed to be here. business was booming here and elsewhere when the nba all-star game came to atlanta a couple months ago. now major league baseball won't be here. what is the impact on businesses like this one? it's substantial. as well as the impression folks here and around the country of have professional sports and major league baseball, huge drop in support for these leagues that have gone woke and leave everyone else wondering when did my sports become so political and, of course, guys, as we are talking to the folks here at marietta diner in georgia, we are eating great food. ainsley, it was recommended you might like this cake. >> it's called the sampler cake. it's got vanilla, chocolate suicide. redvel evette vet and carrot cake all in one. ainsley: i would need three or four forks i don't want to miss it. pete: she want three or four forks. >> we can get that you can sample all of them in one slice. steve: just put it on a stick
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pete, delicious assignment. pete: we will be talking to you in a second. brian: very food centric. steve: it is a diner. 7:15 now. ainsley: that's what they serve. brian: there are people. steve: i have a feeling carley is going to be news centric but actually she starts with the weather. carley: i am. begin with extreme weather. right now a search and rescue effort is underway after a boat capsizes in rough waters off louisiana coast. now, it's unclear exactly how many people were on board but the coast guard says six people have been rescued so far. video from another boater in the area shows the massive waves and fierce winds one day before the vessel capsized. yikes, new york governor andrew cuomo once compared himself to this violent character in the godfather. >> come here, come here. >> the "new york times" magazine
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reports a former associate recalls cuomo saying in part in their minds i'm sonny c orleone. i'm capable of anything. the democrat never uses godfather references. the officer hurt in a satout in a tennessee high school is recovering this morning. knoxville police say school resource officer adam wilson is in good spirits after being shot in the leg and undergoing surgery. wilson was shot monday when an armed student opened fire in a bathroom. officers fired back killing the teen. it's not clear what led up to the exchange. a fraternity at louisiana state university pulls off the ultimate surprise. watch. [applause] details are amazing. men raising $50,000 for jesse hamilton. she was the fiji house cook for
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15 years. they presented her that check at her 74th birthday party after finding out she was working two jobs to pay off her mortgage. i absolutely love that how great. steve: that is fantastic. ainsley: that is so sweet. steve: they never forgot her. ainsley: we had miss joyce in our sorority house whmplet she retired there was a big email that went throughout our whole sorority. so special cook for all the girls and show us all the love. nice when you go to college and have that. carley: absolutely. ainsley: thank you so much. lawmakers lay out what they want and figure out how to make you pay for it. we will take a look at the price tag with congressman steve scalise. he is next. ♪ ♪
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♪ >> $865,000. that is roughly the cost of every new job the white house claims their so-called american jobs plan would create. this is how the math shakes out. if you use the most favorable estimates that the biden administration itself prefers. brian: there is a lot of healthcare in this infrastructure bill. i guess you i have to stay up with the times. the battle heating up in congress and good get worse to dems shrinks to two vote. set to lay out their vision for the bill and how to pay for it. some are going into the cabinet.
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some retired. house minority whip steve scalise jones us now. they are going to lay out or you are going to lay out your vision for infrastructure. you guys want to too an infrastructure bill. >> yeah, brian, good morning. good to be with you. there has been a lot of interest going back to president trump and getting bipartisan infrastructure dile deal. speaker pelosi walked out of multiple meetings at the white house meeting when trump was president and he wanted a bipartisan agreement. on this they are not talking to republican leaders at all. we reached out and they won't talk to us they just want to go it alone like they did on that non-covid $1.9 trillion spending bill. here they go with trillions more in soviet style infrastructure dream list of the left. prescribe brian so, senator chris coons yesterday says this will likely end unjust a purely partisan bill, first do everything we can reasonably to negotiate in a bipartisan bill with the other side and then basically he predicted they are going to have to do it
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themselves. can they? if they don't have joe manchin and kirsten sin marks i don't care what the parliamentarian says, you are not going to have the numbers. >> you know, speaker pelosi' socialist agenda she has been pushing these past few months since they controlled all levers of power is starting to catch up with the members that are less socialist. they don't really have any moderates left. even the liberal members are starting to have angst because they are voting against the will of their own districts and people are starting to get fed up. out-of-control spending. they will propose raising taxes all under the guise of infrastructure. look over 90% of what they're proposing has nothing to do with roads or bridges. they are talking about child care and things like -- they are going to do green new deal policies that have nothing to do with infrastructure. and, by the way, national association of manufacturers said what they're proposing right now, bind and the democrats will cost over a million more jobs. these are hard-working blue collar jobs that we'll be losing if they get their way of a
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democrat-only bill. i don't think that's good for america. it surely isn't infrastructure. brian: up to you guys to start communicating with the rest of the country. not that you are denying bridges and tunnels. can't afford to do elder care healthcare and green militia trying to jam that down our throats. let's go to the border crisis. it is a crisis even though the president won't acknowledge and vice president won't show up to do her job. two democrats cynthia gonzalez as well as another who came out and said they have to solve this by the summer because the numbers are going to get worse. what can be done today about this crisis? >> yeah, it's alarming what's happening at the border. all created by president biden's executive action. so he could, today, start fixing this problem. first get back to the remain in mexico policy it. worked incredibly well. we had an agreement with mexico to help us control our southern border, their northern border. and they were holding people coming over that were seeking
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asylum. most of the asylum claims were rejected because it doesn't meet our definition. if you want to come to america legally there is a process to do it. we let a million people a year in legally. most generous nation in the world. what you are seeing today is thousands of people a day coming over illegally because president biden said america's border is open. put back the remain in mexico policy. get back to building the wall. britain, we are paying the contractors to build the wall but president biden ordered them to stop building. they abandoned the work sites yet the taxpayers of america are getting fleeced because we are still paying their bill even though they are not building that wall. build it again. it was working. get the agreement with the northern triangle countries. we had a lot of the countries in south and central america working with us. again, this was something that president trump negotiated agreements with these other countries to help us control their border and our border. right now the drug cartels are controlling america's southern border because president biden is taking our border patrol agents off the border over 40% of them, divert away from doing
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their job of strong the drug cartels because they are over detention facilities like the donna detention facility where they have for these cells that biden has set up for 33 kids they have 4300 kids in holding sells 33. they would shut your restaurant down that far over the limit. this is happening by president biden's executive action he can reverse it. brian: we could have done the segment two weeks ago same thing he doesn't too anything about it. editorial you are frustrated included in it. on foxnews.com. democrats' open border crisis here are the heart-breaking images we saw firsthand and you put them. in that's happening. but, and it's amazing how the compliant press is perfectly okay being locked out of these facilities. can you imagine if it was president trump and you had these kids in pens in facilities that are 800 percent over capacity? and in case peoplewondering it'e scalise saying this, the
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guatemalan president said messages confusing. compassionate message understood in our country especially coyotes telling we will take the children. the children can go. once the children are there, they will call their parents. that's what they're doing. it's actually working for the coyotes who are taking that money and giving it to the cartels. some are mortgaging their houses. >> it's disgusting, brian. brian: it is. >> it's child abuse what's going on in the donna detention facility. that's why they don't want the press in there. i saw kids craying in there. brian: of course. >> they don't want to be a pawn in game that president biden is playing to have open borders. el salvador, guatemala they don't want to lose their next generation all the young kids fleeing out coming into america illegally. it's the wrong message. they are abusing these kids. it's a national disgrace and president biden and clarifies won't go down to see it themselves. they owe it to the american people to go down and see it and fix it. they could fix it today. brian: thank you so much. just a two seat advantage currently for the democrats. meanwhile, coming up straight ahead. did you hear about this?
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paused the use of j and j vaccines yesterday. it comes after six women developed a rare disorder involving blood clots within two weeks of getting that shot. fox news medical contributor dr. marc siegel joins us right now. dr. siegel, you know, by pausing it, suddenly, it has set off a chain reaction of fear. it's like oh, i got the j and j shot. i wonder if i'm impacted but also it set off a fear of getting the shot in the future and vaccine hesitancy is not a good thing. >> huge problem, steve. and it's bleeding over to all of our covid vaccines, unfortunately. i could have told you this would happen. this is what happened when a virologist messages without looking at the overall public health implications of this. we are talking about the j and j vaccine and even if this is the same rare side effect that you see with the astrazeneca vaccine, you are talking about six people out of six to seven million people who have gotten the shot. and dr. fauci is out there look
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to see if you have a headache or dizziness or blurry vision. guess what? if you have that it's almost definitely not the shot. this kind of fear messaging is deeply problematic. throw statistics out to you 8 times for likely to get thrombosis 8 times more likely to take a birth control pill than if you don't. why isn't that being mentioned? i'm not trying to scare anybody on a birth control pill out there, but nobody ever mentions that, right? how about covid-19, steve? where if you are in the hospital where covid-19, there's a 10 to 20% chance you are going to get a blood clot. this is an extremely useful vaccine. the side effects is extremely rare. and they should have done a laser focus on what's causing this side effect in younger women in 18 to 48. rarely, super rarely, and if they were going to put a pause at all, it should have been on a very, very select group as they investigate it. i'm glad they are looking into it. steve: right. target, the group that you are most worried about and let
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everybody else continue to get the shot. doctor, we are not even 100 percent sure that the clots were caused by this vaccine. >> yeah. well, that's another great point. five out of a million people get these clots, period. no vaccine. so, in other words, you are talking about six people who got them and we're talking about 7 million people. can you do the math on that. normally it's 5 people in a million. it may very well be coincidental and not related. again, even if it is related they can figure out who is at risk, extremely rarely. and how many hundred of thousands of people are the vaccines saving by the way by being out there. and, again, i'm concerned. we already have a problem with noncompliance. the mrna vaccines are probably the safest vaccines we have ever made. these are a close second. so we should not be messaging about -- they want to show that they are serious but by showing they are serious, they send a message of concern which is over
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interpreted by the media and the public and the next thing you know things shut down at a time when we need the vaccines the most. steve: right. all of us on the show have gotten a shot. at least one of the shots. the j and j shot is a freight possibility though because it's just one shot. the other two, moderna and pfizer you have got to go back three or four weeks later. they are more effective. so maybe by steering everybody to the other two shots, ultimately more people are covered. >> great point, steve. but i also want to point out that j and j because it doesn't have to be kept so cold, can make it into my doctor's office much more easily and it gets to under privileged areas much more easily. we are hitting our minority communities with it. so all of that has a huge advantage it. should be part of our arsenal. and i don't want to throw away the baby with the baath water here. extremely important. but, and, please out there. the vaccine you got, you want to ask me about it? call me about it, i'm telling you it's safe. steve: all right, good enough. you heard it from dr. marc siegel who just made a house call for us.
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doctor, thank you very much. >> glad you got the shot, steve. take care. steve: me too. all right. straight ahead a cnn staffer makes a shocking admission about the network's goal during the last election. we will bring you some of the tape coming up next. but, first, we are live in georgia for breakfast with friends. pete is at the marietta diner in marietta, georgia. hello, peter. pete: hello steve, great to see you this morning and everybody out there. so many in marietta. you just heard from dr. marc siegel and hear from millimeter room doctor in south atlanta talking about covid down here and thinks how they are rounding the curve and ultimately somebody nice young lady back here who will say don't bring your new york politics here to georgia. she will explain after the break. ♪ ♪
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♪ steve a cnn staffer has been caught on camera admitting that cnn's network focus was trying to get trump out of office in the last election. brian brainthe staffer speakingy candidly several times in videos from project veritas. ainsley: ashley strohmier joins us more with those tapes. >> the cnn staffer spoke openly to undercover journalist calling his own employer propaganda. a technical director from the network charles chester was filmed boy the undercover journalist from project veritas. it was on several occasions and then shed light on how cnn want to the get then president trump out of office. take a listen. >> we were creating stories that we didn't know anything about. you know, i think that's propaganda. >> look at what we did. we got trump out.
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i'm 100 percent. >> james from veritas first installment what what they call quote expose cnn. >> he is admitting the network is propaganda. he says they were trying to get trump out without admitting that's what they were doing. i just want them to be honest. he is not being honest. they are deceiving. >> cnn did not immediately respond for a comment and didn't respond if chester is still employed. back to you guys. ainsley: that is -- wow. brian: that is damning but not surprising. steve: because some people have said, you know, it looks like that's what they are trying to do and now you hear that guy tell somebody who he was trying to date those things and maybe it all adds up. brian: it makes sense if you had the volume up while you were watching cnn then it all makes sense. almost every single segment was anti-trump for four and a half years, amazing. steve: still is. ainsley: unbelievable. thank you so much, ashley. head back out to marietta,
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georgia where pete hegseth is having breakfast with friends at the marietta, diner. hey,. pete: pete you get we are. thanks so much. great breakfast. amazing feud as have you already seen at the marietta diner. even better people. we are talking about the politics of the moment. we will get to the all-star game in major league baseball in a second. first, if we got a chance to talk to an emergency room physician we will do it. this is dr. fong,. >> hi. >> you have been dealing with covid. >> it's a dynamic amazing situation we have been dealing with. pete: where with we right now in the state of georgia. >> much better. close to the baseline we were in fey june of last year, we had two large peaks and now we assuring to show that we have not gone back up despite opening the state. we have the vaccinations, we have antibodies and more dreams that's days and much better place now. pete: you pointed out to me the states that locked down versus the states that were open there hasn't been much difference. why is that?
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>> well, i think the thing that you can get out of that is basically that, what i was talking about was the more tattle rate. mortality rate was the highest for new jersey, new york, massachusetts. very far out of the standard deviation. the others are much lower. georgia, florida, texas were far down the list there was no correlation with how well we did or did not lockdown and mortality rate with that if anything, it was worse. pete: we're in good hands here with dr. fong, thank you, brexit it. policeman you are an entrepreneur. when it documents major league baseball moving the game your reaction to what happened and what that means. >> i was very upset about that because why is new york telling cobb county what to do? and what it did is it affected our small business owners. and our minority business owners and then they went ahead and they moved it to denver but their voting laws are more
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restrictive and they have less diversity in their state. so, don't new york my georgia. pete: that might be the phrase of the morning. don't new york my georgia. pamla, very well said. christine, you are a realtor. >> yes. pete: you also, when you look at businesses in the way the environment here in the atlanta area as pertains to major league baseball, your take? >> well, i see help wanted signs everywhere. and that's always a good sign here. and the other thing is i know we are going out and supporting small businesses july 13th specifically in cobb county to help the busboys, the servers, the calculates, those are the people that are going to be affected by that. pete: interesting, so on july 13th the day the all-star game would have been here there is an effort for people to go out around the stadium and go to restaurants. >> yes. pete: try to reflect what would have happened. >> exactly. i know people are calling for boycotts of coca-cola and delta
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and, you know, a couple of people not buying a few cases is not going to hurt that ceo but not coming to a restaurant like this is going to hurt our server or the cook in the back. so, yes. pete: definitely write. uber drivers and people that would have benefited? >> yes. pete: amen. the common sense wisdom you come to be familiar with these diner segments here at breakfast with friends. don't new york my georgia. stea steve don't new york our breakfast. [applause] steve: nicely done. brian: of course, that's where major league baseball headquarters are that's where they made the decision. coming up straight ahead florida governor ron desantis will join us live. border town under a state of emergency and the mayor is blaming the biden administration for sending migrants to his town by bus. tomi lahren was just there and spoke with the town's mayor. what she found out coming your way. my nunormal? fewer asthma attacks with nucala.
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♪ ♪ you. ainsley: a border town in arizona is under a state of emergency due to the migrant surge. tomi lahren met with the mayor of gill la bend who is blaming the biden administration for sending migrants to his town by
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bus. >> i never had drops here before never during the trump administration or obama-biden administration. i have never had drops here. i'm seeing border patrol bringing people here and drop them off. 30 miles to the next town open dessert. going to walk people over that dessert 120 degrees you will find a lot of bodies. >> they're saying it's not unprecedented it's happened before. >> i don't want to play politics but this is a crisis pure and simple. ainsley: tomi joins us now with more. good morning to you, tomi. >> good morning, yeah. you know, it's amazing when you actually go to these towns and actually speak to these mayors and speak to these land owners they are telling you this is a crisis and they feel largely ignored. but, you know, kamala harris, she hasn't gone down. she hasn't done what i have done. but i can tell you after spending a couple days with these folks it is a crisis. it is unprecedented and something needs to be done. ainsley: so quhindz of stories? what did you hear from these ranchers down there? >> you know, i spoke to one rancher and people that live in
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border towns, especially ranchers in border towns they are used to having illegal immigrants and migrants come across their property. what they are seeing right now is unprecedented because those coming across, they are coming across brazenly. they are coming across as though they have been invited. some of the things they are finding and some of the things that they're coming in contact with. these are people that are unapologetic about why they are coming over. they feel it's their right to come over and feel they have been invited. it's not going to stop any time soon. you halt in border wall construction with the message coming from the biden administration. the five mile gap of this rancher in particular is having to deal with and add in all those other policies like taking away remain in mexico and you have got the perfect storm for a whole lot of problems at the border. ainsley: we have a clip of one of the ranchers you talked to in nogales, listen to this. >> we find this quite often and the carpet booties are used to conceal the footprints. make it harder for the agents to track. >> because they will scuff out
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their own tracks? >> this is an exact of the carpet booty. it fits over their shoes. everybody that's coming across is dressed in camouflage. >> these are sold as well on the other side of the border. these are like manufactured for people. >> yep. ainsley: tomi, are they seeing more pandemic on their properties than they used to. >> they are. beyond that i want people to understand this is this rancher and other ranchers there this is his livelihood. he has had his property set on fire. he has his fences cut on a daily basis having to go and repair them. when you have a ranch that's thousands and thousands of acres and having to go and spend your time repairing fence and wiring because illegals are cutting it on a daily basis sabotaging water supply and lighting fires this is something they are dealing with on a daily basis. normally they would be able to call border patrol and have more of an opportunity to discuss these things with border patrol and have a response. but border patrol has been sent now to these processing and detention centers to deal with the unaccompanied minors coming through so they are not able to respond like they used. to say they are really being
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overworked. their resources are limited and now ranchers like this are really concerned because they have a halt in border wall doing at love the work before they thought this would solve many of the problems but now they are left completely exposed. they shouldn't be dealing with this. these are people's livelihoods. want people to understand the ranchers on the mexican side they want border wall and good policies because right now they are having smugglers and cartels using their property as a go-between and they don't want that either. that's are people that are living and working their lively hood is at stake. this sin deed a crisis for so many. ainsley: okay. thank you so much, tomi. no interruption is on fox nation. you will have to check it out. we have more "fox & friends" coming up. florida's governor ron desantis. your body from overreacting to allergens all season long. psst! psst! all good
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jewelry. >> folks took the first step toward justice for the smart family. >> an exclusive tip of cnn bias. >> without saying this. >> same county where the all-star game is supposed to take place. >> to say what happened. >> in minnesota city seeing a third night in violence after the shooting of the they right. more than 60 people have been arrested, demonstrators setting fire to a dumpster outside the carpet building and other damage. ainsley: police declare a riot for a second night and offices used pepper spray to clear protesters trying to create the station. ainsley: steve harrigan is live
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in minnesota where the former officer who resigned yesterday in the don today right shooting could face charges. >> that could be the big news today, that is what some of the people out here rioting are waiting for, a 20 year veteran of the police who fired the shot that kills daunte wright faces charges, the border chief mentioned she meant to use her taser in the shooting death and potter resided the chief resigned and the acting chief, the entire department is in turmoil. >> a lot of chaos, trying to wrap our heads around the situation. >> reporter: 2000 people were out overnight throwing rocks and bricks, and project goals, the current mayor said in this time
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of crisis it may be necessary to make certain stops. >> i don't believe offices necessarily need to carry weapons every time they make a traffic stop. >> reporter: the mayor ordered the thin blue line police flag to be taken down from the station saying it was inflammatory and 20-year-old daunte wright there was an open warrant for his arrest for attempted robbery. steve: we will see if officer potter faces charges. let's move someplace where we can talk to people. ainsley: pete hegseth is line at the diner, they moved the baseball game. >> reporter: you can't
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understate the impact on this area down here in atlanta and georgia, they feel new york is trying to mischaracterize the state and the law and hurt businesses and the result especially the little guy who benefited a great deal, this diner, a huge surge from the nba all-star games, they've seen more with major league baseball, they won't, we are talking to diners, owners and others about how they feel about. common sense wisdom coming. >> time to stop keeping the governor waiting, estate to run things and places to be. welcome back. >> reporter: how are you?
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brian: you were one of the first people when word of the vaccine came out, how was your plan affected by the johnson & johnson paz and what do you think of that decision? >> we had no indication this was coming, we had success with johnson & johnson, i was taken in a, information that we don't, the j and j, the we were not anticipating. and it is in effect. and and 300,000 doses. a week and a half ago, it is not
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a major interruption, j&j, the trial, it is effective, hospitalization the most important, what the demand would be, huge demand the j&j people. >> it is easier to get once distributed. you had the roundtable discussion with doctors and the narrative was different. and the vaccines. it was taken down off of youtube. we had some of those doctors on "fox and friends first," listen to their reaction. >> the lockdowns and so on, it
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goes against basic principles of public health. they don't have public health arguments to use against us. >> children shouldn't wear masks. the world health organization and the cdc, it is not right to censor, agree or disagree with some authoritative body, debate about the policy, let people know what the cost and benefits are so they can make up their own mind as opposed to silencing people who are discussing. ainsley: what is your reaction? >> when you have the ability to debate people and marshall facts against viewpoints you do that. when you don't have that you fall back on censorship. doctors and scientists who have been against the narrative for the past year. they have been right against
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lockdowns or kids needing to be in school. florida followed a lot of their advice and had more success. if what they are saying is not true based on science, show the science that contradicted the google youtube couldn't do that, they are trying to serve on the council of sensors where their enforcers of the narrative, the narrative is lockdown, mask a 2-year-old kid and all these different things we kept hearing and when people counteract that their instinct is to pull it down. very troubling because that is not what science is about. it is about asking questions, raising concerns and getting to the right answer and youtube and google to the scientific method. brian: the cdc, they say masks are not recommended for small children. but that is not the narrative
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big tech is trying to push. they can do whatever they want. people should realize it is not necessarily fair what you see and they take down people's opinion that might not agree. >> a year ago there were people offering strong critiques of lockdowns at the beginning and that was across all the tech platforms but you look and some of these experts would agree lockdowns caused immense damage in many states. the most important debates our society ever had and they suffocated at the outset. we are year out, something like masking schoolchildren. we have the data, in florida we have schools that have no masks,
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private schools, schools to do do math, in the results for covid infection. it is consistent across the board. it is hard to smother those facts and take it down but that is what they are doing. steve: i would like to see that in a formal study. these kids play sports in these masks. to get rid of what is in your body, that is a wonderful story. watching 60 minutes thinking this is a salute to bucking the system, they want to answer you. monday morning started to blow back in their face because they were missing a thing called contact and took you out of context and cause a lot of controversy.
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wednesday running for the hell but never apologized to 60 minutes but did do a viewer response to your segment. here is a little of it with the reporter, sharon out fonzie. listen. >> in the mail this week comments in her story about disparity and distribution of covid 19 vaccine in palm beach county, florida. viewers focused on an exchange with florida governor rhonda santos in a press conference, some viewers included a retired news man, editing and reporting. then there was this. watched 60 minutes for decades which after your biased piece on governor desantis i will only watch it one more time, just to see if you broadcast this message. >> is that an apology? >> of course not. they issued a lot of mealymouthed statements since
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the episode aired. they knew what they were putting on the air was false and that is the problem they have, they talked to the people, refused to put people on the air who were explaining what happened, edited the explanation out, and and they have so much contempt for viewers, they admit that it is false, that is the responsible thing to do, they had a political mission to smear me, they thought they could do it, drive-by to the next target but i have a platform, they will continue to do that but how much contempt do they have for their fellow americans. brian: wasn't only false, it wasn't even fair. presented as if she asked you a question and you never answered, talking back to her but you gave
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her a 2-minute answer and rather than encapsulate it, you went into granular fashion and explained the whole thing. and edited for clarity. didn't like your point of view. >> everything i said is verified by everybody else involved in this, the democratic mayor of palm beach county, emergency management director who is also a democrat from south florida. what i said is what happened. what they said is what happened. the responsible thing would be not even to air it because obviously you don't have a story here but they wanted to do the smear so they took all the evidence, and left it on the cutting room floor and continued and launched a really irresponsible charge so that is what you don't do. they are intentional or reckless or trying to do this.
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ainsley: you are doing a great job, they don't want that to happen, chances of that, a positive narrative out there. what happens when it comes to immigration? what needs to happen at the border? >> we are suing because biden's administration stopped accepting criminal aliens and in other words if someone is here illegally, they commit a crime and go to the prison system, we had a great agreement with the trump administration when their term was up. ice would pick them up and remove them and bring them back to their home country. biden's administration is refusing to do those requests so somebody finishes a term, a criminal alien, ice is allowing them to be released back into our community. we think it is reckless, will absolutely put the american people in danger, and doing
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other things to work with local communities doing the best they can to protect other people. >> are you going to college today? any plans? >> we have a lot of stuff. we are in legislative session. we are getting down there. a year ago everyone said florida would be in the pits economically. we have more revenue than anyone predicted, to solidify florida's direction over the next fiscal year. brian: new york raising taxes even though they got the big payout. ainsley: more people going down there. >> you guys, new york has 3 million fewer people in florida now and get your budget is twice the size of the florida budget and you come down here our roads are bitter, k-12 performance better, ask if you're getting your money's worth.
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brian: more stuff you won't see on 60 minutes. ainsley: fox news coming down. >> you might be the only ones. steve: we are on the beach. correlation chris joins us. carley: we start with a fox news alert. a manhunt is underway for the suspect who shot a texas police officer multiple times. the officer was reportedly shot 3 times during the traffic stop, searching the area of the injured officer in fort worth. the officer's condition is unknown at this time. following capital police officer billy evans lying in honor after being hit by a car while guarding capital grounds earlier this month. heartbreaking video shows the moment a young daughter kisses her mother before wiping away tears from her eyes.
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dc police here in brightly colored helmets, carrying a fallen officer. a cnn staff versus the network's focus was getting donald trump out of office. take a listen. >> a story there, didn't know anything about. >> that was charles chester, killed by an undercover reporter in a 3 car expo cnn campaign. nfl hall of famer brett favre says fans are tired of woke sports. listen. >> both sides for the most part want to see it just remain about the sport, not politics.
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i think the general fan is the same way. >> sports used to bring americans together calling it a shame sports are now causing so much division. nothing to lose so he can say it. brian: he is letting it all hang out, appreciate it. 18 after the hour. the school would wants to stop using words like mom and dad and merry christmas is being slammed by one of its own teachers over its antiracist education. douglas murray weighs in on that and so much more. important news for veteran homeowners. introducing refiplus from newday usa. refiplus lets you refinance at near record lows plus get cash. with home values climbing, now is the smartest time ever to turn your home's increased value into an average of $50,000 cash. refiplus. it's new, it's only for veterans, and it's only from newday usa.
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school that wants to ban mom, dad, merry christmas being blasted by one of its own teachers for, quote, indoctrination. paul rossi writing the push for antiracist education is done in the name of equity but is the opposite of fair. all of this reinforces the worst impulses we have as human beings and tribalism, sectarianism that is truly liberal education is to transcend. finally a teacher on the inside speaking up for us on the outside, right? >> that is right. paul rossi, the teacher in manhattan has done enormous service, blown the whistle, this has always been admired, the whistle was blown, barry wise used to be in the new york times, this is the sort of story, interested in news and
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journalists have to do it on their own passports. this -- a math teacher who went into teaching because he loves teaching and wants to explain the beauty of math but was letters so many teachers are in america into this racist, so-called antiracist labyrinth, where the school authority have white only faculty meetings in which people like him were indoctrinated into the new woke ideology. this guy said now. i have problems with this and for saying that he was put through a communist style set of the annunciation's, as one point after his own dressing down by the teachers a says the head of the school ordered all high school advisors to read a public
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reprimand of my conduct to every student in the school and he described walking down the school core doors hearing himself being denounced, something that used to happen in europe, pol pot's cambodia and it is disgraceful and is going on in 21st-century america. brian: the school said we are striving to become an antiracist cool, students of color experience the burden of racism every day and we strive to oppose bigotry and hate that seek to diminish them. first off on that topic in particular as two white guys talking how can we understand what they are going through? >> this is what the so-called antiracist who are actually
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racists come to the mainstream that black people and white people can't understand each other, can't even a group together, can't talk, no way to communicate, that is in the name of antiracism. this is typical. if this was a racism problem the authorities should investigate and find out where this appalling racism is but they don't. they pretend they have a racism problem to do this woke far left wing actually antiracist racist indoctrination and i think we should pay attention to the real heroes that are coming up across america. schoolteachers like rossi saying no, this is not antiracism, this is racism and should not be tolerating it. of america has a way out of this situation it is getting in it is by bringing people in saying no, you're not going to divide us. none of you left-wing ideologues will divide america in this way, won't have it and i hope more people follow the example.
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>> they defended themselves against critical race theory, the critics harassing them and that is what we are seeing, some blowback for teachers. thanks for putting it in perspective. meanwhile coming up, to marietta, georgia, pete hegseth has breakfast with friends, let's check in now. >> i heard you had a spill onset. i have a set of napkins if it will help. in the green room a full cup of coffee. we will get to that in a moment. we are going -- okay. and scripted live tv, we get to people talking about the impact of major league baseball, that is how heavy it is.
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let's see your phone. we will see you later. ashley: your caffeinated shot of the morning, brian spilling the coffee was referencing in between the brakes, with his radio producers, this is an hour ago. it is all over your phone. does your phone work? brian: it is very wet and very awake because it needs caffeine. i put it down, knocked the whole thing over. jillian: i walked into the green room, i know who did it. brian has done this before. did you ever see that? >> see if it was. brian: you got me a sipy up. ainsley: where is it? the coffee spill. brian: of dunkin' donuts would
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provide it -- >> to the peach state where pete hegseth is talking about diners live over breakfast with friends. >> good we don't have any fest, go into the green room between sectors and there's brian kilmeade talking about his radio show and 5 later still talking about his radio show gyrating with his hands. i'm surprised you don't knock your coffee over more often. brian: i just acutely because i am italian. it is impossible to talk without your hands. >> don't change, we don't want you to change at all. jillian: walking during the last segment. the owners restaurants, brian says what is that? peters doing what i do. i walked to the restaurant.
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brian: i am instilling and walking good. >> reporter: can't you accept you are my mentor? you should see it as a compliment. brian: all right. >> reporter: now we talk to the folks. great folks here talking about major league baseball leaving georgia and the impact it has. you are a baseball fan. >> it is sad for the community. bringing a lot of revenue. >> reporter: will change the way you view major league baseball? >> probably. i will still support the braves but i look at it a little bit differently. >> reporter: you are a retired insurance agents. thank you very much, you're a big baseball fan. >> i love the braves. i can't indoor major league baseball and what they did in georgia and moved our game to
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denver who has more voting restrictions, it is terrible. >> reporter: will change how often you watch? >> yes it will. i don't mean it personally. he is from marietta, used to be. i love my state. i don't like what major league baseball is doing and i love your crew, "fox and friends" fan my whole life. >> reporter: i appreciate it. denise, you moved from new york. >> i did. >> reporter: you have two boys. >> two boys in their 20s to play baseball from when they were 5 years old down here in their 20s, so excited to go to the all-star game. it is not right. not right. >> reporter: more than we lost the all-star game, people feel it.
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>> we are all affected, everybody. >> reporter: who do you blame for this? >> i blame mlb. nothing to do with the braves but mlb are wrong, change it. do something, it is not right. >> reporter: polling is showing membership is down and will be down and impression is down as well. i will finish this. a bit of a walk, the brian kilmeade walk and i think i have mastered it. back to you. brian: i am pro-movement. i will say that. >> reporter: we know that. brian: 24 before the top of the hour, still ahead, states suing the biden administration over border policies, former senior trump advisor stephen miller, hold the white house accountable. plus. >> democrats redefining terms
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visit restasis.com to learn more. >> we are suing because biden's administration stop expecting criminal aliens, if someone is here illegally they commit a crime, they go to our prison system, allowing them to be released back into our community, we are suing over that policy. it is reckless and will put the american people in danger. ainsley: florida's governor was on with us earlier, why arizona is also suing missouri, to state of texas is suing a bunch of lawsuits, so upset with what is happening to immigration and how much it is costing them. let's bring in stephenville,
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former senior advisor to donald trump and founder of america first legal. does this surprise you? >> not at all. my administration is working with several states suing the biden administration over their lawless and reckless policies including the state of texas and arizona and you heard governor desantis mentioned something that is crucially important that few people understand that under the new administration base policy illegal aliens who have been convicted of a crime, who has been incarcerated for that crime, who for years prior if they were released would be promptly removed from the country ice is no longer picking the individuals up and they are being released back into the us, back into your community. brian: with everybody that surged the border and got here ice arrested 75%, they have been totally emasculated and almost no cooperation from sanctuary states. when i talked to the problem
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solvers caucus everything that goes on, starting to admit on the other side too including two democratic congressman on the border of texas that the remain in mexico policy has got to be put back in place. what are the obstacles. if president biden decided that was the wise thing to do could he do it? >> i have a chance to work with the mexican government and i can tell you if joe biden called the mexican president and said we made a mistake, i apologize for assaulting your country, apologize for assaulting a country's implementation, specifically, i was wrong, let's resume mpp, remain in mexico, i guarantee you mexico would say deal, let's get back up and running. during the very first day of the biden administration they remain in mexico was a human rights abuse, violation of people's
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human rights to be asked to live in the country of mexico. imagine if you are a mexican citizen how insulting that is? they should apologize and say let's resume the program and i guarantee they will. ainsley: what is the incentive? wide would they want people from other countries? >> the mexican border towns are being overwhelmed by the global influx of illegal immigrants not only from the northern triangle, south america, the rest of planet earth. when you have a program like remain in mexico in place it drastically cuts down the burdens on the people of mexico. they don't want illegal immigration either. three more phone calls joe biden should may, one 200, one to el salvador and one to guatemala and say we were wrong for terminating our agreements, you don't even need mexico's cooperation because you could send people back to their home
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country. those four deals would end the border crisis tomorrow. brian: getting advertising off of television and radio and telephone calls to say come to america, you get to come and stay. congressman steve scalise joined us two hours ago. what he saw. >> what is happening at the border created by president biden's executive action so he could start fixing this program. it worked incredibly well, and agreement with mexico to help control our southern border, the northern border and people coming over that were seeking asylum, most asylum claims are rejected, if you want to come to america legally there's a process to do it. it is a national disgrace, to see it and fix it today.
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>> president biden will not fix this issue because his parties committed to the idea of uncontrolled illegal migration. my advice to republicans is this. put language in the next appropriations bill that says no fund shall be used to increase illegal immigrants into the united states. they gave us appropriations right is all-time to keep illegal immigrants in the country, republicans, to keep illegal immigrants out of the country. >> you gave them a strategy that supports their lawsuits and what you experience, stephen miller, thanks. jillian: 46 after the top of the our. after me to be baseball stripped georgia republicans want to hold believe accountable. karl rove reacts to growing back lash for the mlb coming up. let's check with dana perino for what is coming up at the top of
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the hour. >> i'm worried about brian's phone, can't stop thinking about it. brian: it is okay. >> it is too much. >> keeping the wallet behind it. better than what his old wallet looked like. >> probably needed a chiropractor. thanks. we will follow breaking news out of louisiana. the coast guard struggling to find survivors after a boat capsized and president biden will withdraw troops from afghanistan by september 11th. the man who killed usama bin laden is here to react, john boehner, bret baer and martha maccallum. for severe eosinophilic asthma. nucala reduces eosinophils, a key cause of severe asthma. nucala is not for sudden breathing problems. allergic reactions can occur. get help right away for swelling of face, mouth, tongue or trouble breathing. infections that can cause shingles have occurred. don't stop steroids unless told by your doctor. tell your doctor if you have a parasitic infection.
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>> it is a:51 on the east coast and time to check in with janice dean. >> janice: potential for severe storms and heavy flooding along the gulf coast. i want people to be aware if you live across the wheezy in a, alabama, the florida panhandle flash flood watches and warnings will be posted we have some storms turning severe with large hail and damaging wind. there is a severe threat through
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this evening, this area across texas and louisiana we have to keep an eye on and flash flooding concern will be widespread with some areas getting 7 inches in a short period of time just north of new orleans. this batch of storms continue to move eastward and the snow across the rockies, for parts of colorado and wyoming as we get to the next couple days and speaking of snow, potential for heavy wet snow for the northeast thursday into friday, over a foot for parts of upstate new york and new england. that is big story is temperatures are cold enough for heavy snow. that is remarkable for mid april. there is your forecast, cooler than average across the northern tier and warmer across the gulf coast and southeast, severe thunderstorms as well. keep you up-to-date through the day. jillian: the transition period, thanks so much.
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democrats arguing about their push to pass president biden's infrastructure bill but as the battle heats up in congress democrats reportedly warming up to the idea of passing it without any republican support through reconciliation. fox news contributor and advisor to george w. bush karl rove. >> good morning, how are you? jillian: do they -- if they don't have joe manchin. >> i am living dangerously. ainsley: a great guy we joke around with. i am sure you can explains this. joe manchin, will he be on board with democrats? >> he doesn't like the big increase in the corporate tax rate.
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in 2017 he lowered it from 28 to 21 which puts us where the rest of the world is and doesn't want to jacket back to 28. he is willing to consider a 25% increase but let's step back for a minute. two things at play here. one is the administration is redefining bipartisanship. we used to think bipartisanship was get republicans and democrats to vote for something in congress. their definition of bipartisanship is they can run a poland poll shows they get support for an idea expressed in the poll from republicans. that's not real bipartisanship, anyone can write a poll question, give me control of the pen and i can dictate the outcome. jillian: i want to ask about mlb, there's a group of gop senators trying to introduce legislation to strip mlb of
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antitrust protections they held for a century because of the supreme court. this is likely, senator bruce and senator holly. with this mean another league because they have another league transformed can a strip them of that and major league baseball? >> it gives baseball owners protection in their policies. in 1972 there was a dispute in baseball, curt flood wanted to declare himself a free agent but policies of the individual club owners together, they said in a room and agreed on policies they would abide by and none of them under that policy would consider hiring curt flood so he sued major league baseball and major league baseball said we have antitrust protection which means you can't sue us for decisions that individual club owners made. what if you had a bunch of restaurant owners who own
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individual restaurants who decide every one of them will charge the same amount for the same item on their menus and you can sue them because that is collusion. we all out the baseball owners to collude on joint policies. each of these clubs is individually owned. there is no entity called major the baseball that owns those clubs. those clubs are owned by individual owners so antitrust protection they can get together and have any policy they want. ainsley: our show is almost over, we got to go, thank you for being on with us, more "fox and friends" on the way. allergies don't have to be scary. spraying flonase daily stops your body from overreacting to allergens all season long. psst! psst! all good
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