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unfortunately that's all the time we have left. we'll be back tomorrow night. set your dvr so you never miss an episode. we're always independent. we'll never be the media mob. let not your heart be troubled, laura ingraham is next. see you tomorrow. laura: for the fourth night, protesters and some criminals in minnesota looking for excuses to riot, caused trouble and for a second straight night the mayor decided not to enforce any curfew until 10:00 pm central because we know nothing happens before then. that is 11:00 eastern so we will monitor the situation on the ground throughout the hour and bring live reports and elements as they occur. you are hearing but banking, we
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will see them play out and we have reporters on the scene as well. but first on a related note we will get to something we want to hit last night but we are overwhelmed by the story on the ground in minnesota this is related, ghost stories, that is the focus of tonight's angle. i'm sure you've noticed when media outlets devote hours and hours of nonstop coverage to certain stories but drop others that are equally if not more important it happens all the time so when a police officer mistakenly shoots a black man it resisted arrest a traffic stop is treated as part of a nationwide epidemic but an actual national trend of brutal acts of violence being committed against minorities in urban america rarely rises above local broadcast so if we should know.a right's name should we do not know the name of 75-year-old
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immigrant non-do the target was brutally murdered in chicago? he was step numerous times 3 weeks ago allegedly by this man, cash johnson. why haven't we heard the name of deangelis to foia, 22 years of age, or david blair, they were sentenced the guns down for standing at a bus stop. they were charged in the murder of elias chavez, both of them were charged. these killings are part of the continuum of violence that doesn't fit the left's narrative that all violence is rooted in racism. that is what they want you to think. just come out of a year-long coma to watch the news today you would think american law enforcement officers wake up every single morning with the goal of harassing and abusing as many minorities as possible. you wouldn't know much at all about how much officers have
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been targeted and even ambushed since the death of george ford. i bet you don't know the name of martin mitchell, a corporal with the tulane police department who was shot and killed allegedly by this man while providing security for a high school basketball game. and mitchell was trying to stop a fight, it cost him his life. within hours of dollars a right's death we learned the name of the officer who mistakenly shot him. we also know she is a 26 year veteran of the brooklyn center police force and former union president yet somehow we still don't know the identity of the officer who intentionally shot ashley babbitt at the us capitol january 6th. she was unarmed, she was a military vet. as in other killings at the hands of law enforcement that get wall-to-wall coverage there was dramatic video.
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but do american journalists hell-bent on advancing one narrative, her life didn't matter, not to the media and not to the biden doj. they just announced that no charges will be filed against the unnamed officer who shot and killed babbitt. meanwhile kim potter is being charged with second-degree manslaughter for accidentally shooting daunte wright, a tragic mistake, not only is she facing jail time, she was forced to resign from the police force. then after 2 nights of destructive riots the brooklyn center police chief also resigned. on top of the city manager was fired for stating kim potter has to process rights if you can believe that one. despite all this the usual
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suspects are using this opportunity to ferment more anger, more animosity and violence. chief among them is attorney van crump who says about the manslaughter charge this is no accident, this was intentional, deliberate and unlawful use of force driving while black continues to result in a death sentence, he said. of course the sharpest media legal minds were on hand to do their part to encourage unrest like cnn's chris cuomo who tweeted second-degree, probably lowest homicide charge available. is this accountability? accountability, how about holding the media accountable for fueling the riots, feeling the unrest by viciously smearing law enforcement and systemically racist. >> policing in this country is rooted deeply in racist presuppositions about the criminality of black and brown
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folks. >> the policing methodology we have in this country right now is both dumb and dangerous and discriminatory. >> we need to abolish as it currently exists. >> this is what propaganda looks like. it is how the soviet union brainwashed and controlled multiple generations but this time instead of being good little leninist the media are trying to create an entire generation of americans who hate their own country and went to tear down evil and racist institutions. the reason they are doing it is simple, nancy pelosi and chuck schumer made a cynical calculation. they decided democrats need the specter of racism in order to win elections. they need to convince finally founders that america is with bigots in the system is rigged
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against them, life in 2021 is the same as 1965, selma, alabama, no progress whatsoever. 9 months ago we warned you against buying into biden's false promise because he could bring calm and healing to the nation if he were elected after the summer of riots. >> his election will not lead to more calm but it is going to lead to unrest electing him will not satisfy the violent radicals. it will only embolden them. my message to suburban women and older voters biden is not going to deliver the calm you think he might. this is what a biden presidency will bring, it is not going to calm down. as minnesota how calm things are now that biden is in the white house or portland for that matter. the fact is the candidate that benefited from the george ford riots was never going to bring tranquility to the nation.
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he is helping to fuel it. since getting elected biden has only embraced this anti-american rhetoric it has continued to embolden the radical left violence. >> parts of our country are backsliding to the days of jim crow, passing laws that harken back to the era of poll taxes when black people were made to guess how many jellybeans in a jar or count the number of bubbles in a bar of soap before they could cast their ballot. >> cynical, dangerous, that is what that strategy is and continue to spare riots, looting and bloodshed and animosity between the races. it will lead to more good offices leaving the force, who would be a police officer in this case? no one. it will hurt the very communities that need safety the most. i don't believe this is what any racial group in america wants.
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most of us do not believe america is systemically racist. people are afraid to say so but most people don't believe that but racists do exist and ironically the most influential today among are in academia and hollywood raking in millions by making sweeping generalizations about people based on skin color alone. travel around the country and you will see most americans want to live in harmony and determine their own destiny. maybe their kids can get a decent education but we know that is not what the media is looking for, not what they want because it is not what the left wants. they want chaos so they can bring about the ultimate reordering of every aspect of american society. what does that mean? less freedom and prosperity for you and more for them and that
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is the angle. joining me is former deputy assistant director of the fbi counterterrorism division and colonel allen west, former congressman and texas gop chair. we both predicted this almost a year ago, no end to the unrest and violence as long as democrats and the media keep pushing the poisonous narrative. thoughts tonight. >> absolutely and that is what is happening. all the ghost stories, all the stories and examples you gave about the narrative they don't approve of have one thing in and, that is the focus on the idea that america is a terrible place, the american founding papers are racist in their own nature and the police are the culprit here in this comes down to the first or second revolution we experienced in the 60s in 70s. we talked extensively last year, one of the major themes of that was the police are systemically racist institution that have to be done away with and now we are right back to the third
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objective of that revolution 60 years later and the democratic party is the difference today. the democratic party the wildcard because back in the 60s in 70s the democrats and republicans agreed we are not going to let people cause us to be divided and hate each other and destroy our constitution, the democratic party today is absolutely penetrated by marxist ideology and a lot of examples that i will stop at that and say over and over again when you hear statements from congressman and senators in the democratic party they are totally in sync with the weather underground which identified itself as communist and outlined the strategy to be used for future revolution. that is what we are here today only from the inside, this is the insider threat.
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shannon: this is the marxist playbook, we warned the country this was coming and we are seeing it play out in the streets tonight. there's been an interesting shift, according to this recent poll june of last year trust in law enforcement has increased 13 points while trust in black lives matter has fallen. are you hopeful the american people are seeing these scenes play out? they don't want this in their neighborhoods? >> it is good to be people with you, this past saturday the thin blue line ball and gala that had a memorial service looking at all of these officers who lost their lives and when you look at black lives matter this is a marxist ideological movement and the question you have to ask is which black lives matter. we've forgotten about a black police officer, 77 years of age who was killed by another black individual in st. louis, we remember the videotape of him bleeding out and dying. in houston, texas, 65-year-old sergeant preston who was shot
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and killed by an illegal immigrant. i didn't hear black lives matter say anything about that. we see a marxist organization that has replaced class warfare with racial warfare, racial divisiveness in order to further their ideological agenda but really and truly they only care about those lives that advanced a leftist ideological agenda for tries to get people to believe our law enforcement officers are out there targeting minorities which is not the case so i think it is important the american people start realizing these groups, these organizations are very subversive, they are domestic terrorist organizations. look what is going on with the head of black lives matter, $90 million, shaking corporations down for and she has three multimillion dollar properties. laura: we knew money would bleed
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into these luxury items because limousine leninist, liberals, letter limousine leninist, i want to show some security footage from a security camera we obtained exclusively, these neighborhoods in east blake street in august of this past year, the owner of this store took me around after florida's death was looted and destroyed, he began to build it back in the riots this week, this happened. this is sped up security footage of a swarm of people stealing cases of tequila, vodka, beer, 250,$000 of damage, it is something to see, people doing this to this business, they are upset about the life of a black
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man at the hands of law enforcement. >> absolutely. last year when this was happening the black lives matter leader in chicago said this is all right because this is an advance on our race. all that has been done to us. it is another piece proof. it is not about marxism and their narrative, respecting the police, definitely about ending the independence of american police and ending the independence of american police, one step away from making america a country of t rennie because that sets us apart, the full of law, the police known no colors and that is in jeopardy tonight and we will see these crowds be used to have legislation addressing these terrible wrongs. shannon: they want to nationalize the police force. young black men today are being
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told over and over by a dominant corporate media is that if you are pulled over by the police they are going to shoot you. are they not being told, sending that message to young black men that you will be shot if you are pulled over? run, leave, speed away, that is when you have problems, you had with george floyd who resisted arrest, tragic circumstances, it is horrific but they are running away but they are being told they will be shot no matter what. >> that is very much correct, part of a marxist propaganda the left is using. i grew up in a neighborhood that produced doctor martin luther king jr. and never had a problem
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with any police officer. when my brother got back from vietnam the first thing he wanted to do was become a police officer and i'm proud of him. that is what we need to get back to, having that trust and confidence and not having the media try to undermine our police officers who put their lives on the line each and every day for us. >> police of all background, ethnicities and colors trying to do their best, they are not perfect but my goodness, it is heartbreaking and infuriating for minnesota tonight, gentlemen, thank you, more updates on the ground from minnesota, protesters of started to chant after your curfew at the cops, and what is behind the announcement that democrats are going to seek to pack the supreme court later in the hour.
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>> laura: as plutocrats join progressive on corporate boards >> as plutocrats join progresses on corporate boards, liberal billionaires look to put a stranglehold on the media too. the top bidders to buy the tribune newspaper group which includes the chicago tribune and the baltimore sun is a global swiss billionaire, what should you know about them? for starters he is a longtime friend of the clintons and a liberal mega donor who has given hundreds of millions to advance left-wing causes that perhaps his most insidious venture is
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the hub project which the new york times describes is a sophisticated behind-the-scenes operation that attacks republicans and promoted democratic causes. the hub project is housed within two nonprofits managed by the dark money group arabella advisors and one of those nonprofits called the 1613 fund, 1630 fund has gotten $10.8 million, it is most notable for funding honest and reputable organizations take the lincoln project. the 1630 fund gave money to a pro-biden superpack so with the foundation swears up and down as none of its money went to political campaigns. is unclear if he is a us citizen and it is illegal for foreign nationals to have green cards to donate to political campaigns but here's the bottom line. if you care about free and fair elections, he is the last person you would want at the helm of the media empire.
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the host of the dennis desousa project. from bezos to mister wise it seems like left-wing billionaires are buying up struggling media conglomerates so what is the end goal. >> we are returning to an earlier age where these newspapers would have wealthy patrons and the patrons are not doing it because they want to make money but because they want to push an agenda. in this case the agenda of the tribune newspaper tends to be left-leaning anyway as does the washington post done by jeff bezos so for these billionaires it is a vanity project, also a way to push their ideological agenda. around the remarkable thing is conservative wealthy people on the other side of the aisle are very blind to the importance of influencing culture. when the washington post came up for sale $250 billion that is a
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big price tag but a bunch of people on the right could have written that check without having to blink about it, conservatives don't think what is the return, is this a sensible investment. i thought newspapers were not important economically than they used to be, liberals don't care, they write the checks because they want to have the cultural and political impact. >> $250 million but the point made. you have to put your money where your mouth is. they think it's important to control the media so for the most part they dominate the media, control the media as far as different organs. we have a great audience at fox but the corporate media is also out to punish ceos who don't do enough to advance the agenda you are seeing play out on video and minnesota tonight. they are building a hit list of corporate leaders that didn't sign on to a public letter
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opposing voter integrity laws like georgia like coca-cola, delta spoke about the georgia law after it was passed, declined to add their name, jpmorgan chase also declined to sign the statement. they love blacklists so this is going to be a long list perhaps. >> the new york times a different take than it used to be in 10 years ago but at least they made some effort to separate what happened between the news pages and opinion pages but if you follow the project it is very illuminating, they accuse them of disinformation and show at what disinformation we've done and we don't have to prove it because what we are saying is not fact but opinion. these are based on articles that appeared in the news pages of the time so the times in its legal division openly admitting they are not a newspaper in the normal sense of the term but more magazine that publishes
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nest wing -- left-wing views on the news page editorial page. >> the consumers are not necessarily reading a newspaper from cover to cover but they are getting it in bite-size form. the people on the streets in minnesota are ingesting this point of view and other in a few media outlets or websites and talk radio there's not a lot to counter that. those folks are buying what people like these globalist billionaires are trying to sell and coming in bite-size form. >> that is the point of the conservative billionaires don't realize. when you buy the washington post you are not just buying the washington post the washington post and new york times, handful of newspapers setting the agenda for abc, cbs and nbc.
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it is a wider orbit of influence. shannon: don't know what they would do without the new york times stop publishing. not like they have a lot of investigative reporters. the only elite hell-bent on using media to push the left agenda, my next guest writes that asian american elites have embraced and endorsed the radical left policies and rhetoric based on critical race through. as well streets and communities were less will be asian americans live and work will only become more dangerous. is the senior contributor at the federalist and author of backlash:how china's aggression has backfired. why isn't anyone talking about this issue of the divide among asian americans and how they are looking at this issue. >> most asians are not politically active and the second is this general notion that asian americans have high educational attainment so there shouldn't be any problem. our demographic has been overlooked for too long.
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>> in headline after headline in some of the newspapers we have been talking about blame white supremacy overwhelmingly it is a white supremacy problem at the root of all race related violence in the united states. that was a headline on april 8th, the conversation which is a popular website, when a black person affected asian personally encounters fueled by racism but specifically by white supremacy, does not require a white person to perpetuate the violence. how does that work? a white supremacy is responsible for these attacks even if white people don't carry them out, can you explain that? >> it takes a lot of gymnastics to reach that conclusion. many of the crimes that happened recently were committed by nonwhite perpetrators and happening in the most
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progressive cities in america as working-class asian americans by blaming white supremacy for all of this, it is a step away agencies of black people as well as asian americans, our ability of decisions in the making, basically end of endorsing the white supremacists that critics try to condemn. that is one. the second is by blaming every crime on white supremacy, is used by left-leaning radical activists and flirtation to justify doubling down on social justice policies instead of reducing crime. our communities are not a secret.
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laura: add to that the discrimination against asian americans applying to universities. a lot of liberal elites don't want them dominating universities or in some cases even having fair access to the application process. that is a separate issue but somewhat related. thank you, good to see you. why did biden take a bunch of celebs to take the covid vaccine. raymond arroyo has the details of the tv spectacular coming your way, seen and unseen next. why do nearly one million businesses choose stamps.com to mail and ship? no more trips to the post office
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>> laura: it's time for our jillian: time for the seen and unseen segment where we unpacked the cultural source of the day and we turn to the author of the thief who still have an raymond arroyo. biden announced the withdrawal of troops from afghanistan today. >> there are 240, 2488 us troops
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and personnel who died in operation enduring freedom and operation freedom's sentinel. throughout this process my northstar has been remembering what it was like when my late son bo was deployed to iraq. >> reporter: more of the biden empathy indemnity where he offers up his personal emotional narrative rather than facts or argument and gives him a lot of political coverage. it is probably the right move to pull these troops out but giving the taliban and a set withdrawal date and making it 9/11 is probably bad policy as well as deeply insensitive but to heighten the emotion immediately following that speech biden visited arlington and did a photo op at the graves of those killed in iraq and afghanistan. maybe you can explain why here he is post vaccination wearing a mask alone at a cemetery, that i
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do not understand and this whole policy shift is concerning. there are more troops at the capitol than we had in afghanistan today. laura: donald trump wanted to pull the troops out of afghanistan but republicans and said it would not confirm a secretary of defense that would follow those orders. we can't do it, it is always going to be dangerous to pull our troops out of harm's way, that is a fact. the mask outside is more theater. >> in the timing of this thing. a deadline. >> we should pull the troops out, we don't need to say we are leaving on 9/11, that gives them another opportunity to wreak havoc. >> i know what you will be watching this weekend. president biden, the obamas and the glittering castle cars from jay lowe to demi lovato bringing
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america just what they wanted. and nbc star-studded vaccine special called roll up your sleeves. >> see the light at the end of the tunnel. >> a star-studded special event to spread the word. >> encouraging america to get vaccinated. >> with the johnson & johnson vaccine on paz nationally and side effects in some of these foreign vaccines the biden administration is going all hard to get americans vaccinated but part of the problem with the vaccine extravaganza nbc is hosting, few of these people resonated red state america, the people they are supposedly trying to reach. lynn manual is not kelly clarkson in omaha. if they want to produce a vaccine special to impact middle america they might try to try something like this. >> vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine ♪♪ >> we urge you to get vaccinated.
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♪♪ washing hands ♪♪ >> please wash your hands. ♪♪ don't touch me ♪♪ don't touch you ♪♪ laura: we don't want to see. >> can't wait for the next nbc health special. maybe it will be called late of 100 colonoscopies was if they want to spend their time helping people toward better health, a study of heart disease plagues the country can't do what they do best my fitness, diet, improve -- neil: 9 michelle obama tackled that. come on from the white house garden, she already solved the obesity problem, you're very demanding of these people. laura: we reported that will
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smith and his producing partner pooling their film called emancipation out of georgia due to the recently passed laws outrageously requiring people to show id, they move the films in new orleans. >> new orleans is a welcoming city, we would like to have them. >> i'm glad they are coming. it is my home city but don't tell will smith our voting laws in louisiana are tougher than georgia. we have less early voting days, we require a id and unlike georgia you need a reason for an absentee ballot. if they want to check every political box to bring the film into town might i suggest they go to the wild wild west. laura: that movie you are really pulling out -- >> i am reaching back. laura: i am going to dvr the
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special. christie know them sends a clear message about potential resettling of illegal immigrants in her state. she is here on that plus reaction to what is happening in minnesota.
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>> laura: laura: of the biden administration tries resettling illegal aliens in tacoma they have to get past governor christie knowem. and how would you enforce this. >> >> what i have determined by watching the actions of this president is he's making america unsafe. people processing the border illegally, we do not know who they are, multiple news sources that we have people on the terrorist watchlist getting into this country this way and not going to find a place here in south florida. >> are they legally required to alert you to this since they
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say, i've heard them say this before, that this is federal authority, the federal government is charged with doing this, we will resettle the border and the federal authority, that makes sense? >> they have in the past always communicated with governors. i wouldn't put it past this administration to do it differently or do it in a way they didn't have the authority to. from what we are seeing happening at the southern border and in so many of our cities, this administration is in shutting down, it is dangerous to america, to the people that live here and able to governors sitting down levels on what is going to happen in their states. shannon: we are seeing scenes play out again in minnesota, your neighboring state, your counterpart dealing with a night
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of unrest, a lot of people thinking he brought this on himself after the way they reacted early on at least last summer. >> the people of minnesota are suffering, we are their neighbors and we see a lot of them moving to south dakota to get away from that type of leadership. you need to have strength, make decisive decisions that are best for your people and you need to support your law enforcement officers. i did a national campaign recruiting law enforcement officers to the state of south dakota because i want them to know in our state they will be respected, that we want them here, to raise their families here. we recruited hundreds of law enforcement officers from 41 different states and i will launch that campaign again, we are seeing so many law enforcement officers discouraged, spend their life in public service, we want them to know there are people in this country who value them. >> governor walsh endorsed a
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package of really radical police reforms last summer and things like this is the result, this officer charged with second-degree manslaughter, we still don't know much more about her except she was charged with manslaughter, 26 year veteran of the force but what has been solved by this community policing instinct? >> i don't know what community policing, what that definition really is. one of the saddest things i saw was when that man lost his position for just saying there is such a thing is to process. that is what we have to make sure we are protecting in this country is people's ability to have due process and make sure people who speak the truth and stand for the defendant, not removed from their position.
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what governor walsh is doing in minnesota is tragic, harmful to state and to his people and i think a lot of us need to call out the fact that leadership has consequences we are seeing play out in the streets of minneapolis. >> red state america has tried to lead on a bunch of issues and we see things playing out in california and washington state, the streets of new york city and baltimore, crime is out of control. you see this trend continue work crime will continue to get worse really quickly? >> it will get worse unless they change their actions. laura: shannon bream has continuing coverage of minnesota, packing the courts is the democrats plan. what will it look like and what will it create for america? lives of six million jews
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and thousands of jewish survivors are still suffering in poverty today. god calls on people who believe in him to act on his word. "comfort ye, comfort my people." when i come here and i sit with lilia i realize
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what she needs right now is food. these elderly jews are weak and they're sick. they're living on $2 a day which is impossible. this now, is how god's children are living. take this time to send a survival food box because we know nothing happens before them. so we will monitor the situation on the ground throughout the hour and bring you live reports and developments as they occur. you are hearing banging and various theatrics going on on the street. we will see them play out and we have reporters on the scene as well. about first come on the latest note, we will get to something we wanted to hit last night but we were overwhelmed by the stories on the ground in minnesota but this is related. ghost stories yes, ghost stories. that is the focus of tonight's "angle." media outlets devoted hours and hours of coverage to certain stories but dropped others that ent equalledn - time, forced u- time, forced u- unrest lexi an no vitamins and no protein so my legs and hands are very weak. oh, oh, oh let's make sure that we bring them just a little bit of hope. by bringing them a little bit of food. become a part of the fellowship today by reaching out to bless these precious people of god.
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will drop tomorrow sponsored by jerry nadler and senator ed marky to pack the supreme court. reportedly the plan is to add four more justices to the existing nine and that means four rubberstamps to give democrats absolute power. you can't say donald trump didn't want us. >> they will pack the supreme court with far left radicals who will unilaterally transform american society and impose a socialist vision from the bench that could never pass about box. >> he was right. what do democrats want? he hinted at it, it is simple. when they get together and agree on a policy on climate change or
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anti-gun policy immigration, lockdown, they want those policies to become law as soon as possible, no constitutional scrutiny, no oversight by the judicial branch and this move makes it official, democrats don't care about checks and balances, they were all for protecting our norms from donald trump, they are normal busting, they hate our history, traditions, biden's un ambassador didn't mince words how racist to the core america is. >> we have to acknowledge that we are an imperfect union. the original sin of slavery weaved white supremacy into our founding documents. >> they hate the country to its core. democrats know their policies will lead to a lower standard of living for most americans so they have to try to rig the elections by gutting voter id requirements and now read the courts by packing it with legal activists. people think this can't happen or joe manchin will save the
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day, maybe he will maybe he won't, we don't know, the fact is democrats only believe in an independent judiciary when it votes their way. as long as they have republican appointees like souter, kennedy and roberts on the court who would always vote with liberals on the cases the left care about, tolerate the court's make up. for years the court gave them victory after victory on every major social issue but now they have a 5-numfour majority underage of liberty and the lockdowns, they are not going to tolerate that. we have the freest and greatest country that has ever existed. we are going to resist this hateful move at every turn. it is cynical and it is poisonous. when the newly radicalized democrat party tries to take our power away and turn our storied institutions and barren political playground we are
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going to expose them and we will defeat them and after this effort goes down in flames jerry nadler can retire and move to florida like every other new yorker i know. that is all-time we have tonight. set your dvr every monday through friday at 10:00 pm eastern, never miss an episode of the ingraham angle, greg goodfeld takes it all from here. carley: democrats expected to release their plan to pack the supreme court, live outside the high court, what president biden called the bonehead idea. jillian: a fourth night of chaos in minnesota, 2 dozen arrestors protests over the death of doctor a right rage on. the latest unrest as the officer involved heads to court today. new video shows another migrant child dr

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