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freedom, do it the right way but if you do it the wrong way, you don't deserve to be categorized in the same group of those that respect our country enough to do it that right way. todd: tomi lahren, thank you very much. appreciate it as always. and, with that. jillian: "fox & friends" starts right now. have a good day. ♪ ♪ todd: as the country awaits a verdict in the derek chauvin trial the judge warns the outcome could be overturned. >> maxine waters may have given you something on appeal. >> maxine waters was very clear, convict officer derek chauvin or first degree murder or we will burn it down. >> former president trump ripping the biden administration over the border policy. >> it's a horrible situation it could destroy our country. all he had to do was leave it alone. stay in mexico is a big deal. >> is the strongest antirioting pro-law enforcement piece of legislation in the country. if you riot, if you loot, you are going to jail. >> nasa's ingenuity helicopter
hovered 10 feet above the martian service which was the first powered flight on another planet. >> this really is a wright's brother moment. brian: all right. here we go of the fate of exminneapolis police officer derek chauvin is now in the hands of the jury. ainsley: the case putting the nation on edge. congresswoman maxine waters urging prefers to become confrontational if schawfn acquitted. pete: that's right she said only first degree murder is acceptable. jackie ibañez is live as cities prepare for possible unrest. >> good morning, guys. cities across the u.s. are preparing for the worst, boarding up buildings and call in the national guard. yesterday illinois governor said he would send 125 guard troops to chicago. congresswoman waters comments did make their way to the courtroom with derek chauvin's lawyers using them call for a mistrial. the judge shot down the motion but made it clear he was not happy with waters. listen to this. >> i will give you the
congresswoman waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned. i wish elected officials would stop talking about this case, especially a manner that is disrespectful to the rule of law. >> waters' comments have sparked fury among republicans who have called for her to be censored or even inteeched. she dismissed the blow back saying she wouldn't quote be bullied by the g.o.p. kevin mccarthy says some democrats might support a censor. >> i know there is probably 10 to 15 who would love to vote that way. this has gone on too far and for too long. it's time to say what is right and what is wrong and everybody knows her action was wrong. with. >> waters has since doubled down telling reporters the whole civil rights movement is confrontation. despite her words, the new report says waters requested police protection, believe it or not, for her trip to that minnesota protest. guys, back to you. brian: all right.
thank you very much, jackie. it is just pretty amazing. so when you watch this maxine waters make those comments, over the weekend you think to yourself that looks unbelievably ill advised. it looks inciteful but you wonder how this is going to resonate then you send the size of the crowd around her. you see what happened after she made those comments and ripple effects went right to the judge in the case keeping pundits and political sides out of this. ainsley: the reason was the nelson the defense attorney for chauvin he looked at the judge and said no way a jury could be unbiased given constant media coverage and with her saying these inflammatory comments and then he goes on to say now that we have u.s. representatives threatening acts of violence in retaliation to this trial, it's freakin' mind-blowing that's when the judge says this is grounds for appeal. we could turn this over this trial could be turned over. he didn't actually do that now we are waiting on the jury to come back with a verdict.
pete: it was a stunning moment. they did appeal and it was denied in the moment. he said this could create grounds in the future. the jury had been dismissed. they had heard all the evidence they were in the back room. this was the judge with the attorneys at this point. that objection was raised. it was amazing to see what was happening outside the courtroom almost for the first time come directly into the courtroom. because you didn't hear about the case was not about race. you didn't hear a lot of things you are hearing in the streets. in this case what maxine waters said because the jury was not sequestered potentially could have impact on them and how they rule here which could have serious implications. ainsley: congressman kevin mccarthy said this is dangerous that's why he is introducing this bill to censor maxine waters. now that she has said all of this is putting doubt on the jury. brian: chad pergram did this story on foxnews.com. democrats are tell him they are upset that maxine waters did that if you are that upset, put your name behind it republicans have no problem calling out other republicans. why can't a democrat stand up and go i'm really offended by
maxine waters being involved, being in the same party as me. acting so irresponsible at 82 years old. when is she going to grow up? she travels with security in order to go into the center of brooklyn center in order to say if this verdict doesn't come out right, get ready to really ratchet up the. pete: confrontation. brian: confrontation. i should use the right word here. one thing about the defense attorney he said i ask you, judge, please sequester the jury. and then out of nowhere this brooklyn center story, this tragedy happens with daunte wright. and then these riots happen for nine straight days and maxine waters jumps in the middle of it. you have got to tell me the jury didn't see any of this? they are not affecting by this know if they vote a certain way you know what? there is reasonable doubt if they feel personally responsible if people die and places are burned?
ainsley: you said democrats should be offended and put their name on it. brian: absolutely. ainsley: instead they're defending her. at least the media is. listen to. this do you really think she is calling for violence? >> most people know that that's not true. and the people who are speaking out against her are using it politically. >> the judge is opining about whether it was public or write seemed myself appropriate. free country talk about whatever you want. >> a judge lashing out u.s. congresswoman even mentioning the possibility that a verdict could be overturned in the future. >> i don't think that maxine meant anything by that except to say that you have to stick with it, you know, you have to be there. one little thing like this and they jump all over her. i mean, she is a one congresswoman. pete: brian, if you expected the democrats to come out and call out those comments, i think you are getting the opposite. they know how to close ranks when necessary. brian: always. pete: and the media does it for them. brian: she has a history of this. i was actually out in california when the rodney king verdict
came in and reginald denny was almost killed and you saw the horror story when he ripped out of his truck because people weren't happy with that verdict. i saw the curfews and i saw the trucks and the national guard and blocking of roads and the burning of buildings. and i did not know her then, but we now know her now. but the year was 1992. and if you are looking at a pattern of behavior you go back there the riots after rodney king and maxine waters. roll, look. >> there are scores of injuries and still anger and frustration and people who plan on staying on the streets and expressing their outrage and anger in any way they deem necessary. there are those who would like for me and others and all of us to tell people to go inside, to be peaceful, that they have to accept the verdict. i accept the responsibility of asking people not to endanger their lives. i am not asking people not to be
angry. i am angry, and i have a right to that anger. and the people out there have a right to that anger. we don't want anybody killed. none of us believe in violence, but there is some angry people in america. ainsley: she also said a few years ago, remember, she told people to get in the faces of trump's cabinet members and said challenge them if you see them at a gas station, a restaurant, a department store. brian: by the way, first time seeing those comments. i don't have a problem with those comments. pete: she caveated them properly at the end. she started out out yaj and anger any way they deem necessary and then got to the point i don't want to see violence. at the same time, it is in keeping with the perspective that she has carried all the way forward to brooklyn center, which is agitate, confront, agitate, to include the trump administration. what she did was so dangerous in brooklyn center was set an impossible standard. she said it must be a first degree murder charge. that's not even what they're charging taker chauvin with. which means even if they convict
him on all count, murder 2, murder 3, and manslaughter. it's not enough for maxine waters which means it's confrontation no matter. what and iteration of that is -- you said it much better than i did, is what tucker carlson said last night about maxine waters' message. take a listen. >> we have got to make sure they know we mean business, she said. well, that couldn't be clearer. do what we say or we will kill you. that's the message. maxine waters has much use for those anglo-saxon civic traditions like jury trials. her demand was very clear. convict officer derek chauvin of first degree murder or we will burn it down no. honest person who has watched the trial would tell you is he guilty of first degree murder. saying that, claiming that, is not a rational evidence-based position no matter how voted for in the last election and no matter what you think of george floyd. in a fair system no jury would convict chauvin of first degree murder. but, again, maxine waters doesn't believe in the system, the one that she helps run so she is demanding a first degree
murder conviction. brian: right. ainsley: congressman steve scalise, remember, he was shot on the baseball field he said i was shot because of this kind of dangerous rhetoric. where is the outrage from the dems and the media. they need to condemn this? brian: nancy pelosi the worst, she has every right to say it, put it this way the judge just grounded the whole thing that whole montage of anchors trying to make excuses for her saying people in politics are overreacting that judge worked for amy klobuchar: he said what the hell are you cooking snowing up here the night before on the eighth day of civil unrest highlighted by looting and violence and cops being hit with objects. ainsley: national guard is being called in to some of these cities because they are worried. pete: they should be worried. you are exactly right, brian, right before the judge made that statement which made it so shocking implicit bias, clearly
a left wing judge who just said this is outbound. brian: will you can listen to the judge or don lemon your choice. i will flip a coin in the break. i will tell what you comes up. turning now to the border crisis. former president trump slams the biden administration's policies in his first on camera interview since leaving the white house. ainsley: mark meredith joins us live from washington with this fox news exclusive. hey, mark. >> pete, ainsley, brian, good morning. the biden administration says it inherited a broken immigration system from former president trump. now trump is firing right back. he told fox news last night president biden's border problems are all self-made. >> they are playing it down as much as they can play it down. it's a horrible situation. it could destroy our country. people are pouring in. there has never been anything like what's happened at our border. >> over the weekend president biden used the word crisis to describe immigration issues then yesterday the white house tried to clarify his language. our own kristin fisher pressing the white house why the sudden
about face. >> is that now the official white house position that there is indeed a crisis at the. >> it does feel that the crisis in central america, the dire circumstances that many are fleeing from, that he -- that that is a situation we need to spend our time if we are going to prevent more of an influx of migrants. >> now later today president biden is going to be meeting with leader of the congressional hispanic caucus. unclear how much of this meeting though is going to focus on the border. republicans say they are going to continue to keep this issue front and center. brian, ainsley, and pete back to you guys. ainsley: thank you so much, mark. there are new directives that the biden administration is putting into place. certain words, when you are talking about illegal aliens, illegal immigrants. brian: finally, i was hoping for this. ainsley: saying we need to change that verbiage. you used to say illegal alien. they're telling ice this. telling cbp you are not allowed to say that anymore. undocumented non-citizen. undocumented individual or
migrant. previous term unaccompanied alien children. the new term is non-citizen unaccompanied children. previous term undocumented alien. the new term undocumented non-citizen, undocumented individual or migrant. and instead of saying alien you can say non-citizen or migrant. brian: listen closely you can hear the dalton school changing their curriculum again right here in manhattan. go ahead. pete: it's amazing to the administration the word crisis is not something you can acknowledge. don't worry about what we call it yes, we are -- but then it comes down to this is immigration and customs enforcement and border protection. ultimately these are the two agencies who are charged with managing our immigration system. dealing with illegal crossings and whether or not to deport people on a regular basis. the actual definitive term is alien. the definitive term is crossing illegally. and they are being told you can't even use those words. i mean, by the time the left is done with this word salad
everyone is just going to be friends. brian: right. how about this? grab that guy he is here illegally running across the border. pete: no, no. can't say that. brian: unaccompanied adult minor? ainsley: adult minor? brian: i will have to review my note. we will have to see. congressman henry cuellar who has been the voice of reason he has this thing called a district on the border. and he knows when all had hell has broken loose and that's what he sees on a daily basis and wants answers. instead he gets words. listen to his comments. >> i can understand some people are trying to be a little bit more politically correct. but if you look at what the statutes say. they do use the word alien. that's what the statute does. so unless the statute changes, some of us will continue to be using the word alien on that. i mean, that's just what the statute states right now. and i don't think the statute is going to be changed.
but i can understand the thinking of some folks. pete: he is exactly right. the statute argument is correct. if you want to change the word you have got to change the law. more insidious than that though. pretty soon, i don't know, give it a week a month a year, if you say illegal alien on the air, brian, you are racist. brian: really? pete: that's where they are going. they start to control the language and start to put you in a box and tell you are incense insensitive not incliewfn not multicultural whatever change the words to impugn you later on this is the most recent example. brian: so rare to be criticized i will be shocked and might have to take off the next day because we really never get much criticism on this show. [laughter] ainsley: the mentioned the dalton story which is one of the private schools on the upper east side and the head master or the person in charge there had to step down. well, same thing is happening in a lot of these schools in the city and we have been talking a lot about grace church school which is downtown and it's a beautiful school.
if you walk past it looks like a huge cathedral. a lot of parents send their kids there it's expensive and hard to get into. they are the ones that said no more mom or dad you have to say guardian. brian: or the person who shaves. pete: church school says can't say merry christmas? ainsley: head master gave him time off. parents are uncomfortable. brian: paul rossi. ainsley: he was relieved of teaching duties there was dad upper east side school is he pulling his daughter out eventually. is he hoping he she will be able to remain for the year i believe. all girls private school considered the number one all girls school in the country. he wrote this letter to berry weiss who used to work at "new york times." remember she stepped down and started her own publication now he wrote a letter and she published it. this is what he said:
brian: right. so that was the trend. it's so well-written. he is a an investment banker and is he very successful. obviously can afford the $54,000 a year to go to the school but is he pulling his kid out anyway although it probably would mean ivy league education that's the road that is. meanwhile, bari weiss who got this letter, cannot believe the "new york times" and "the washington post" are ignoring the entire story. here is what put in substack such piece also not appear in the op-ed pages of the "new york times" or "the washington post" because those papers have mostly ignored the story of the ideological takeover of schools in part because they are implicated in the story. the same ideological force
transforming schools like grace church and brearley also transformed the establishment press. keep on. we always point out bad trends. this is a good trend. if you look at. pete: calling them out. brian: look at bill maher as left wing as anybody look at what he is saying the politically correct culture and what they are doing to our curriculum and bari weiss who is hardly a right wing conservative who is calling out the "new york post" and "new york times." look where the pandemic came from? there is pushback from people who are not conservatives who see the problem here. pete: some rays of hope there, too. another argument that andrew gutmann made in that letter. fantastic worth reading in its entirety. if brearley's administration was truly concerned about so-called equity it would be discussing the cessation of admission preferences for siblings and those in the pocket. if you really care about equity do you really need all that money pouring in?
it's the biggest cathedral and most beautiful facades that are the most rotten on the inside whether it's new york city elite schools or ivy league. gone fully woke. not worth sending your kids. all they will get is indoctrination. brian: in rehearsal who tosses to jillian do you remember? ainsley: hey, good morning to you, jillian. jillian: good morning i will take it from all three of us. thank you very much. let's begin with this story we are following. fallen capitol police officer brian sicknick died of natural causes. he suffered two strokes. the autopsy found no evidence the 42-year-old suffered an allergic reaction to chemical irritants. there were also no indication of internal or external injuries two. men are have been charged with sicknick by alleging praying him with a chemical. florida governor ron desantis says it only took him a few weeks to realize coronavirus restrictions were doing more harm than good. >> we're not doing fauciism.
we are going to make sure our state is open. we are going to get the kids back into school we will focus our protection on elderly people. jillian: desantis credits the lack of strict lock diswrowns mass migration of americans to florida. watch the entire interview on "tucker carlson today" it's streaming now on fox nation. former vice president walter mondale has died. the right hand to jimmy carter passing away monday at his minneapolis home. the former president saying quote today i mourn the passing of my dear friend walter mondale ohio consider the best vice president in our country's history. president joe biden saying quote when i arrived in the united states senate? 1973, walter mondale was one of the first people to greet me. walter mondale was 93 years old. that's a look at your headlines. send it back to you. ainsley: thank you, jillian. pete: continues push for green jobs even if it means putting americans out of work. our next guest is a former west virginia coal miner who famously
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♪ be. >> the american jobs plan will toledo a transformational progress in an effort to tackle climate change. >> for all the opportunities offered by the unavoidable shift to clean energy, not every american worker will win out in the near term. some lively hoods in communities that relied on old industries will be hit hard. >> i understand there is hesitation, especially because, frankly, there have been a lot of moments where promises have not been kept to labor. pete: the biden administration continues its push for green new jobs or new green jobs even if it costs some of the working class their livelihoods. our next guest is a former west virginia coal miner who famously
confronted hillary clinton back in 2016, watch. >> we're going to put a lot of coal miners out of jobs. these are the people you are affecting. this is my family. how you can say you are going to put a lot of coal miners out of jobs and then come in here and tell us how you are going to be our friend. pete: bo copley joins me now. thanks so much for being here. i certainly remember that exchange from 2016. if you were sitting across from joe biden today what would your message be about this attempt to shift to green jobs no. >> well, thanks for having me on this morning, pete. pete: ,. >> i think it would be something very similar, you know, i have thought about this for quite a while now. and west virginia coal miners don't consider ourselves extraordinary people and actually myself i'm not even a coal minor. i left the industry because i
was in jobs that were barely replace cybil and, you know, when these kind of administrations come in, jobs like what i had are usually the first ones that are cut. and i think, you know, we be just people who want to get up, go to work and provide for our family. and it's sad that pause we don't see the big picture we are expendable. it's hard to see people that i love. that i worked with on a daily basis who just want to go out and provide for their families basically looked at by administrations that they are expendable. pete: bo, have you heard from politician after politician yeah, we do want to get rid of your industry, that terrible industry, we are going to transition you great new green jobs. in your experience, has that materialized for people you know in the industry. >> no, not in a large part.
i mean, you know there is stigma on coal miners they can only do one thing that's so wrong. it's a completely false narrative. some of these equipment operators are some of the most skillful people in the world and could do, you know, pretty well anything that's put in front of them. but we, you know, we have not had anybody give us the opportunity to do other jobs. pete: you took a contract manager position with a local contractor because politics of coal mining led to a place one administration to another you may not have a job. >> absolutely every four years the election where are we headed while having a position like i have now and having to rely on sales, yeah. anything in this area has some
dependence upon coal i'm in an industry now where i'm providing something that everyone has to have there is a little more security in knowing that it doesn't depend on the administration and every four years i may be looking for another job. >> it's not solar panels, correct, bo. >> absolutely not solar panels. >> that's what they said everybody is going to be doing in the future. bo copley thank you so much for joining us. and having the courage to stand up for some cob fronted with this. >> thanks for having me on, pete, appreciate it. pete: a new push to bust up big tech over antitrust concerns. entrepreneur calling big tech's entrepreneur calling big tech's monday nopefully threat to our we need to reduce plastic waste in the environment.
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museum in deer borntion michigan, where it will be put on display. how cool is that. pete: do you know how much skill that takes? none of us have a fingernail -- ainsley. ainsley: i can't build an engine. do like dearborn, michigan. brian: i will say this as long as there is youtube can i do anything. the other day my hot water heater went out. look on youtube. i hit on the model number and popped up there is a plumber guy with a name on his shirt who said let me show you worst name i ever heard. ainsley: did i that with a car seat put in. brian: screwdriver 11 times it actually went on. nobody was there enjoy the moment i thank youtube. ainsley: got to get to the trump interview. tell you a funny story about brian quickly pete. one time his water was not working and his son is like i'm telling you the water is not working, dad. they couldn't figure it out.
the water flow kept getting smaller and smaller and smaller. his son dad did you pay the bill he said oh, yeah. brian: i forgot to pay the bill. pete: cut the water off. brian: they were mailing it to the wrong house. ainsley: sean democrat sun with president trump over the weekend and this is the first tv interview since he left the white house. and here he is talking about the 022 agenda. >> republicans have to unify. the democrat are always they may have bad policies you don't have a romney and little ben sasse. you don't have that over there. >> the republican party agenda. should anybody who wants to run for the house or the senate, should they take this make america great agenda and fight for those things that you fought for the four years you were president? >> if they want to win, yes. we have expanded the republican party. have you seen it the texas border, we have the biggest
hispanic vote since, as the governor said to me. he called me up. great governor, he said since reconstruction. i said you are talking about civil war, right? he said since civil war. if you want to win and win big, you have to do that. >> every republican running ran on that agenda and made a promise to fight hard to implement that agenda, it seems to me, based on the number of votes you got in 2020, that that would be a winning formula. my question is, will you help them formulate that narrative? i don't think it's that complicated. >> it's common sense. it should be the party of common sense. you need people that can lead that have a vision, that have personality. otherwise, the clock is just -- the clock is ticking. pete: the former president went on to say he is seriously considering running in 2024. didn't say whether or not but looking at it.
there is no doubt that the america first platform is the platform of the republican party and candidates running on that are the ones that will receive his support as the prohibitive frontrunner and also the money support as we talked about corporations have stopped giving to the republican party for a lot of the wrong reasons but that corporate establishment open borders amnesty sort of interventionist crowd is gone and america first is. in. brian: people critical of the president mitt romney or liz cheney don't really differ from him on policy. maybe foreign policy few things on afghanistan, that's okay. lindsey graham too tight with the president they disagree. that's fundamentally though they are on the same page. what the president did do is get more of the hispanic vote. it made gains but not enough gains in the african-american community. that's the key to victory long-term. what he has to do what he lost was subsur bon women. he has to find a way to get his message off in a way that should resonate with suburban women. a lot, i think, will happen come
the production direction because of the policies of president biden. ainsley: i think, to your point, one of the biggest differences we were talking about this during the break is republicans see america first and they don't want big government. democrats like more of the global image that's why they want open borders. anyone can be welcome. anyone is allowed to be an american. and we don't care how you get here just come. pete: sounds great as an idea and then in actuality it doesn't work so well. ainsley: all right. 6:39 here on the east coast. what's coming up? brian: funny you should ask i do know. as cities brace for potential unrest florida is taking action against would be rioters. they have a plan in place to maintain law and order. we will explain it next. ♪ promises. promises of all shapes and sizes. each with a time and a place they've been promised to be. a promise is everything to old dominion, because it means everything to you.
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violent assemblies, you are going to jail. we're going to hold you accountable. some of the local governments are actually telling, not necessarifully florida, but throughout the country telling police to stand down while cities burnt, while cities were burnt. while people were being harmed. if you tell law enforcement to stand down, then you are responsible for the damage that ensues. we are not going to let the mob win the day. brian: so governor desantis making sure what's happening in minneapolis and minnesota is not going to happen in florida. signing what he calls the strongest antirioting pro-law enforcement legislation in the country as anti-police riots rage across the nation. polk county sheriff grady judd was with the governor yesterday. you saw him over his right shoulder when he signed that bill and passed by 23-17 margin. so, sheriff, what changes for you today? >> well, it just reconfirms our commitment to keep the community safe.
governor desantis, chris, our speaker of the house, welton simpson our senate president said look protests are fine, peaceful protests are all right. but rioting, looting, burning mom and pop out, ruining their lives, that's not acceptable. so this is all about keeping the 20-plus million people that live in florida safe as well as the millions of people that visit with us every year. brian: increases the charge for battery on a police officer. allows people to sue local governments over personal or property damage, increases penalties for protesters who block roadways or tee face public monuments. all, i think, positive steps. do you know what i sense also is great after talking to so many police officers over the last couple of years, especially? it shows the government backs the local police. sheriff, how important is that to know that people have your back? act responsibly, you have a code of ethics, you have been trained. you have been through the academy, but they have your back?
>> yeah, brian. what's important, we have got the back of the community. but if the government officials don't have our backs. brian: yup. >> then it's impossible to keep the community safe. that's what we have seen throughout the nation. the government officials are saying stand down. we have prosecutors saying we won't prosecute. well, what do they think is going to happen when you give the reporter permission to riot? that's not happening in florida. we love the people of the state of florida. we get it right here because we have got great leadership. what you have seen is leadership to keep the people safe in our state. brian: right, is there any doubt in your mind that's exactly what the judge was saying yesterday that maxine waters was doing? >> the judge got it right. think about it. if you can't have the sanctity of the rule of law, if you can't stand down long enough for a person to get a fair trial, at the moment of the trial, that's a frightening thing. but in the state of florida, we
know this is where the world comes to play. they bring their children here. and we're going to keep it safe. that's a guarantee. brian: sheriff, real quick, you are going to add a lot of people by 2025. 2 million people in 2020. 2025, 3 million people. what's your message. >> when you come to florida you come for low taxes, low crime and you want it to be warm in the winter. well, if you come here and vote the stupid ways that people have up north you're going to have a warm winter but you are not going to have low crime and you are not going to have low taxes. so come here and enjoy this beautiful state where we care for the people. brian: it's going to be interesting, sheriff, in 2022 when governor desantis runs for re-election he won by one point last time. we will see if performance matters because you are a very tight state. it's purple in every way. >> he will win bigger this next
time i know it. brian: sheriff, always great to see you. great to cece you out in the field when i was with the governor about a month ago. >> good to see you, brian. brian: i know they appreciate your work as i do. thank you, sheriff. go upstairs to janice dean. what's happening with the weather? janice: good morning. i mean florida is looking beautiful today. we do have the potential for showers and thunderstorms. the rest of the country colder than average. 20 to 25 degrees cooler than what they should be this time of year. freeze warnings in effect from texas to the great lakes. and this cold front is bringing the potential for measurable snow from the rockies towards the ohio river valley. the central u.s. and then the interior northeast. so we will track this storm as it moves quickly across those areas and, again, measurable snow for some of these regions which is quite incredible for this time of year. there is your snow potential especially across the great lakes where we could see some heavy snow tuesday and wednesday, brian, back to you. >> i thought you said snow, i am going to have to adjust my set.
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lack of a better term sprayed into her car. and this happened sunday. and just sunday i was talking with another fox host, tucker carlson about the four year anniversary of a 12-year-old gentry gunned down under the hail of gunfire playing basketball. in the city of chicago, while our children are dying on the streets, we see politicians trying to protect narratives that enable the criminals as opposed to fighting to find the truth and justice of the situation and to bring those perpetrators before the courts. ainsley: and nothing is improving there. there were 3500 people killed under obama and biden in chicago. this past weekend alone 27 people shot. five of them fatally shot. why don't we ever hear these names? why -- where the activists now? where is al sharpton? why aren't they in that city doing something about this. >> right now the activists and everyone are protesting the police shooting of a 1-year-old gang recruit because that is the narrative that they want to
project. they are not interested in fighting for those truly innocent victims who are just trying to do what your child and so many other children are trying to do in my city and across the country. they are not fighting for those children who just deserve a chance to grow up. they are fighting for those causes that perpetrate that narrative that somehow police are bad, government is awful. and that we need more money for more programs to do absolutely nothing and we see the results of that in the city of chicago on daily basis. we see that now with the state attorney interfering with the work of a long-understanding assistant state's attorney well-respected and trying to bring truth to power with regards to that shooting. and we see it with the narrative that our mayor is playing time and again where she is throwing the police under the bus and has yet to call out gangs in the city of chicago. ainsley: what about the city manager let go for calling for due process in daunte wright's case a veteran prosecutor is now on paid leave because he said the adam toledo case that he was armed when he was shot. but when you look at the video,
if you slow it down, some are saying he was carrying a gun, he tossed it, but his hands were up when he was shot. so, they put this guy on paid leave. what's your reaction to that? >> you know, politics should not play a part in the administering of justice. we see this time and again where too many political agendas are interfering with us being able to provide safety in our neighborhoods. i said this time and again and we will continue to see it until we get a dramatic shift in leadership and cities across this country. we have to respect that public safety is not a political issue. ainsley: raimondo, keep fighting, especially for these children. god bless you. >> thank you. >> coming up. whether a is vice president's role in soling the borderik crisis. and get a discount. (neighbor) just by phoning it in? (burke) just phone it in. (painter 1) yeah, just phone it in and save money for being claim-free. (neighbor) even if i switch to farmers today?! (painter 2) yep, three years claim-free with any home insurance.
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get up and provide for our family. it's sad that because we don't see the big picture, we're expendable. >> the app. is back. apple giving parler the green light. >> this is a good small step, but i think the larger questions remain that collusion by the big tech companies is a problem. ♪ ainsley: the fate of ex-minneapolis police officer derek chauvin is now in the hands of the jury. pete: the case putting the city and the nation on edge. congresswoman maxine waters urging protesters to become confrontational if chauvin is not convicted of first degree murder. brian: already been 8 or 9 days of unrest anyway. steve harrigan is in minneapolis preparing for the possible unrest. steve, this verdict comes out. what are you expecting today? >> it really depends on which way it goes. but people here certainly are prepared for the worst. everything is boarded up. schools are shutting down. keep in mind that jury is sequestered. they will have to reach a
unanimous verdict on murder or manslaughter charges. the penalty could be anywhere from 4 to 40 years. the controversy swirl about representative maxine waters. she has been out here in the streets encouraging people continue to resist. say anything less than a murder conviction would be unacceptable. that led the defense attorney in the trial to ask for a mistrial. here's that. >> now that we have u.s. representatives threatening act of violence in relation to this specific case, it's mind boggling to me, judge. >> well, i will give you that congresswoman waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned. i wish elected officials would stop talking about this case, especially in a manner that is disrespectful to the rule of law and to the judicial branch and our function. >> representative kevin
mccarthy is considering a censor for waters for those comments. as for waters herself, she is doubling down saying the whole civil rights movement is confrontational. brian, ainsley, pete, back to you. brian: wow, thanks so much, steve. certainly not helpful. we will see where this goes. meanwhile maxine waters comes out and made her remarks yesterday maybe she thought i would say it over the weekend and go home no big deal. it's a huge deal. it's a huge deal even if nancy pelosi says she has no problem with it almost no democrats at all will go on the record saying they have no problem with it. chad per grams says the really angry she did what she did. obviously the judge who used to work with amy clont. politics more to the left than the right. making a statement keeping mouth shut. max seep waters setting this up case if it doesn't go the officer's direction on appeal. that shows the significance of it. taking opinion out of it. pete: for sure. and we have seen so much
violence in minneapolis. coming off the heels of what happens in brooklyn center. all those businesses shut down. that state and i'm there often, has been teetering on the edge for over a year, knowing, waiting, believing that when this trial ends, almost regardless of how -- what the outcome looks like there will be violence. it could be worse than they saw last time. the citizens there mortified about it and when nancy pelosi -- well, nancy pelosi didn't condemn it when maxine waters sets a standard that can't be reached, she is saying no matter what the verdict is, there will be violence and that's why people are calling it out. ainsley: nancy pelosi says she doesn't need to apologize, to your point that's why all these cities are on edge right now and they are getting the national guard to come in and help. d.c. they have asked for 1,000 national guard. they are going to send in 250. in illinois, the national guard has been activated there. 125 are going to be in chicago. just preparing for when this verdict comes down. pete: by the way the d.c. thing is really interesting. the d.c. folks asked for 1,000
national guardsmen the national guard says you have been using us so much with no threat assessment, sorry we are only going to give you 250. think how far that was from 25,000 troops on capitol hill that tells you what minimal threat there actually was there for such a long time. brian: guys have other jobs. right? pete: exactly. brian: can't keep abusing people signed up to do this. maxine waters is the one who wants protection from the government in order to go in there and create havoc, further havoc in minneapolis. i'm just asking you, you know the people. why would you open up a dry cleaner or work in a dollar store or why if you are a franchise owner would you think it's a good investment if your place is going to get burned down over six weeks. ainsley: how sad. if the verdict doesn't got way these protesters want it to go. the business owners are boarding up. pete: they look at governor walls, the governor of minnesota. look at jacob frey the mayor of minneapolis fundamentally unserious leader who are totally unwilling to stand up to the mob
and have been captured by the far left. they have been seduced by the idea of defunding the police. minneapolis city council already did that yet, maxine water, this is a new revelation we have overnight is that she actually requested a police escort, capitol hill police to go from washington, d.c. to minnesota. part of this defund. brian: katie pavlich had that story. she broke it. pete: we want to confront the police and call them out here in minneapolis but i'm going to bring my police escort with me? ainsley: sheriff grady judd who is from florida, he's calling her out. listen. >> the judge got it right. think about it. if you can't have sanctity of the rule of law, if you can't stand down long enough for a person to get a fair trial at the moment of the trial, that's a frightening thing. brian: by the way not frightening to nancy pelosi when asked about it she says no, she doesn't have to apologize.
maxine talked about confrontation in the matter civil rights movement. i myself think we should take our lead from the george floyd family and they have handled this with great no lack of interpretation by the other side. if you want to take it a page from the floyd family. they're acting with great dignity. please show me where she is acting with dignity there. she added no, i don't think she should apologize. that's your leadership. pete: that's right. unlike minnesota some states are heading in the right direction. brian, you talked with the sheriff also about what florida is too long to prevent rioting and hold people actually accountable for. ainsley: going to jail if you assault a police officer. pete: that's the kind of message you have to send otherwise you get more of it. ainsley: when you talk about immigration, where is kamala harris. she is not going down to the border. she she is traveling throughout the country. she is the border caesar. czar. we thought she was supposed to be handling all the gamut which would be all these facilities no that's mayorkas. now she is going to be covering all the root causes and trying
to fix the root causes in central america. now she is saying no actually her role is bringing together cabinet secretaries. listen to this. >> we're looking at my focus, which is diplomatic focus on the northern triangle. it is about bringing together, as i did now i think a couple weeks ago members of the cabinet and the progress there is that commerce, for example, is going to host a virtual trade mission, the department of agriculture under the leadership of secretary vilsack is increasing it focus on the work that needs to happen to support the agricultural efforts of that region. we are bringing together usid which is increasing its work around its program that it's focused on disaster relief. brian: she made one call with mexico and said it went well. and now she is going to eventually go to guatemala and maybe go back to mexico hardly somebody who wants to tackle one of the tough issues in america
head on and show she has what it takes to be president of the united states. i laugh when people say politically it's kind of a stick of dynamite to handle. no, if you want to be president, you welcome these hard choices to show where you're different from every other president. she has run from this opportunity. and giggled about it. pete: laughed about it the entire time. here is the scope of the problem and kamala harris says my focus is right here, just right here. i'm going to assemble cabinet secretaries and really the problem is trade and the other problem is extreme climate. if you listen to the left right now and turn it to other channels, they are talking about climate change as the root cause. brian: hurricanes. pete: migrating to the united states. get rid of all the coal so migrants stop coming here. endless loop of control with no responsibility. and that way kamala harris can say well, i'm doing the best i can to address root causes but those pesky republicans won't stop polluting so the migrants keep coming and the border wall is evil so we have to tear that down oh by the way we have to
tell customs and border protection you can't say illegal immigrant anymore or illegal alien anymore that will fix it they are not even trying to solve the problem they're just running around in circles. ainsley: sean hannity asked president trump about it because he did the wall. he had that deal with mexico. this is what president trump said in his first tv interview since leaving the white house. >> people are coming in by the tens of thousands. they are walking. in we had -- all he had to do was leave it alone. if he left it alone we were setting record positive numbers. people would have to come in legally. you know, the other thing that people don't talk about human trafficking and drugs. that's doubled, triple and quadrupled come in. that's pouring in right now. drugs are pouring in. we had it so tight. we were doing so well. all he had to do was leave it alone. brian: he had an out by saying the wall is paid for. the contracts are signed and we are in the middle of a pandemic. i'm telling you walking around with two and three masks even
those you have been vaccinated i'm urging you to stay home and not celebrate any holidays or have a cookout in your station wagon on the fourth of july so you can understand how we have to stay tight at the border for now and we will approach this later. he had the political out. instead he threw it in the street. and by not -- by using the word crisis once, having jen psaki walk it back the next day doesn't mean it's going to go away. meanwhile, let's talk a little bit about the pandemic. for some reason, the experts, the scientists, divided to chevrolet the j and j, johnson & johnson one shot vaccine even though it was too long extremely well because of seven cases out of 7 million. they said there was blood clotting we have to examine. more expert you talk to the more when you look at the downside of stopping it, and the people that might have died or got it because we stopped it, you have to wonder about the wisdom of doing this. ainsley: and, i was reading you get a higher chance of blood clots by getting covid. a higher chance of getting blood
clots by cigarette smoking. pete: i don't get it. ainsley: few people out of the millions who got it and they haven't even determined if it is related to the j and j. brian: probably going to go back online on friday. pete: sean hannity asked president trump about the pulling of the j and j vaccine. here's what he had to say. >> i think it's very suspect what they did with johnson & johnson. because the only people happy about that are pfizer and moderna. the only people that are happy about that because what they did is a terrible, terrible thing. pfizer is in with the fda. and what the fda did with johnson & johnson is so stupid. that's the worst thing you could have done from a public relations standpoint. pete: yeah. i don't get it maybe it's in keeping to your point, brian, they are saying double, triple mask after you have gotten the vaccine because there is a 0.000 chance something could happen to you. maybe that's the logic they used here. five or six cases shut the whole thing down happen to anybody.
we know the risk of walking out on fifth avenue or sixth avenue. ainsley: sixth avenue. pete: getting hit is just as high. ainsley: you don't want hesitancy you don't want people to get it now i'm wondering when j and j does come back online is anyone going to get it. ainsley: i have it. it was fine. i felt -- i did feel a little sick after 24 hours. but i would rather have that than get covid or die from covid. brian: a lot of people go really? thanks, now you tell me. then they look at the numbers and say why did you stop it people reluctant anyway this is all they need to not jump in. you know that people, whether it's a pandemic or not, some people are just reluctant to get vaccines, period. now this is going to add to that. ains we all were reluctant and asking questions to these doctors we have had on should we get it? they all said yes. we believe in this. it's been tested. pete: if that is the risk after the extreme speed with which we
got these vaccines, operation warp speed really was a miracle of science. ainsley: amazing. pete: only downside six or seven unfortunate cases is pretty darn good. ainsley: when you talk to people in other countries that are from other countries, the countries are locked down. i heard canada is locked down again. if you look at france, all these other countries because they don't have the vaccine like we do here. brian: numbers going up. ainsley: vaccine saving so many lives. brian: europe got caught up in the bureaucracy of it. that's called leadership in mar-a-lago. that's what joe biden had the opportunity to do. i know the fda can decide to pull and push things. you have health experts, psychological experts, social experts. health and human services all these people together and then it's up to one person to decide what's the downside of this? you can't let-sometimes you have got to go in and look at the downside of playing too cautious and that's what johnson & johnson. the numbers are so low. if there is some leadership there you go, listen, i'm for
continuing this shot. pete: i think we should appoint fauci king and end it. ainsley: the guy who said no masks a year ago. hand it over to jillian who has headlines for us. jillian: good morning. let's begin with this. a former texas sheriff's deputy faces a capital murder charge after police say he shot and killed ex-wife, stepdaughter, as well as one of her friends. steven broaddrick was arrested monday following a long manhunt. court records reveal amanda broaddrick filed a protective order dependence him last june after he was arrested for sexually molesting a child. he will remain in jail without bond. a man threw bleach at nypd before hurling molotov cocktail. had five more explosive notice car. he told the fbi he made the devices two weeks earlier and planned to, quote, are hurt the police. he faces arson and terrorism charges. a man in indian is saved a child from getting hit by a train.
watch as a man comes running off the tracks and grabbed the child and hops back up on the plat norm the nick of time. the boy if he would onto the tracks after stomach gling on the platform. the boy and the man who rescued him thankfully were not hurt. my goodness, ratings from the oscars reportedly revealed viewers turned off the show as stars lecture on politics. unnamed oscars producer telling the "new york times" it over the awards ceremony being political despite ratings speeches will reportedly run longer this year as the shot will be more like a movie with presenters playing themselves. that a look at your headlines. brian: i don't get that is it worth asking you, jillian? jillian: no. [laughter] brian: i don't like when i ask you -- it's a confusing story that i'm going to accept my award as my character?
scarface guy going to go up cocaine. jillian: brian play yourself: brian: pete will play himself. pete: it will be interesting right whether they get political i'm sure the producers see it. brian: doesn't matter which side. not that anyone ever comes out on the right. ainsley: do you all watch them anymore? i really don't. i watch the country music awards but i don't watch the oscars. pete: i don't. ainsley: what's come up, pete? pete: new push to bust up big tech antitrust concerns calling big tech's monopoly threat on ideas to our public. that is next. today so-called progressives will reintroduce the green new deal. we will take a look at some of the radical new proposals. ♪
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brian: missouri senator josh hawley introducing a bill to bust up big tech. according to the senator woke big tech companies like amazon and others are coddled by washington politicians for years. this treatment has allowed them to amass a colossal amount of power no kidding that they use to censor political opinions that they don't agree with or shut out competitors like the hunter biden story and like the black lives matter story. it's past time to bust up big tech companies, restore competition and give power back to the american consumers. what do you think? swamy is with us now author of the book "woke inc." he joins us now to being are a. vivek. i know you agree with josh hawley is it too late. >> his heart is in the right
place. give him credit. one of the first senators talking about big tech as an issue when very few other senators were. here is the issue with antitrust law it's not quite the right approach in my opinion. the real problem isn't silicon monopoly on products it's its monopoly on ideas. that's the scariest monopoly of all. even if we break up companies we will have smaller tech companies each of which switch from identical monopoly to cartel. they will be doing the same thing to drorp hiring to who they are allowing on their boards. i have seen this firsthand even the venture capitalist funding the startup subscribe to the monopoly. this isn't easily going to be solved by taking big tech companies and smaller tech companies that still enforce the same ideological agenda we will need a different solution. by the way i don't mind living in a world where the largest technology companies are the world are american. i would rather live in that world where the largest technology companies in the world are chinese. that will be alternative and worse version of censorship. what i want to see is a version
where those american companies also represent american values that includes free speech above all. brian: free speech. is there a temp lat out there? you can't say the newspaper business is fair and balanced you can at least be able to understand that they have some type of code of ethics. >> here's the problem with big techni other business including newspapers. they ultimately have a special form of government protection, that's section 230. the real answer rests in section 230 reform. not by repealing it which would be a boon to the big companies that can withstand the possibility of liability. but rather to be able to say that if you benefit from this form of government coddling as senator hawley calls it. if you benefit from sex 230 federal immunity then you ought to be bound by the same standards as the u.s. government that is the u.s. constitution and the first amendment in particular. so you can't have it both ways. either you don't benefit from this special federal blanket of immunity but you abide by the same standards as the federal
government you cannot selectively censor political content full stat. i think we need legislative solutions in hiring. a lot of these people get fired for saying the wrong thing at work. look at james tee more at google in 2017. so many firings have followed. amend the civil rights act political belief is up there with religious belief protection. brian: everyone should get their own lawyer and when it comes to corporate america you just say real quick you think it's a real bad sign when major league baseball moves out of georgia and there is a warning shot that should be sent. rick scott wrote about it do you want to weigh in on it quick. >> yeah, look, i like senator scott voice his opinion on the opinion. corporate woke corporate america we are coming to you 00 election results. i appreciate what he said that's not enough. we need legislative solutions to drive this home. these companies cannot be firing employees willy-nilly for political beliefs. there is legislative solutions get in there and ultimately restore true marketplace of ideas. brian: fascinating to see if republicans can thrive without
corporate donations and totally free to act in our best interest which they should have been doing all along. >> amen. brian: vivek ramaswamy looking forward to your book. >> thank you. brian: taking aim at two democratic controlled states. their demand to let kids learn coming up next.ur ♪ they drove to safelite autoglass for a guaranteed, same-day, in-shop repair. we repaired the chip before it could crack. and with their insurance, it was no cost to them. >> woman: really? >> tech: that's service you can trust, when you need it most. ♪ pop rock music ♪ >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪
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jilt jill good morning, back with your headlines, partnership pin touching tribute to passed away 33. he suffered from chronic asthma if he hadn't had it i truly believe he would have made it to the nba. he never let that get him down though. antwon stayed positive and worked hard and i am so proud of the man he became. i love you son, rest easy until we meet again. a cause of death has not been revealed. a current nba star is assaulted in miami. the houston rockets will sterile brown suffered cuts to his face but will make a full recovery. it's unclue if the attack was reported to police. brown made news in 2018 as you may recall, after he sued the stiff milwaukee claiming he was unfairly targeted by officers. a settlement was reached in
november. a group of people pull off a dramatic ocean rescue off the coast of southern california. the orange county sheriff's department says this boat started taking on water will 1 people on board. another boat came to their rescue and started pulling them out of the water. thankfully everybody survived. l.a.'s democratic mayor pro-proposes a new program that would give cash to thousands of city residents. l.a. first reports the $24 million guaranteed basic income pilot program would provide $1,000 a month to families for at least a year. the program would reportedly be open to illegal immigrants. that is a look at your headlines. send it back to you. ainsley: good deal. thank you so much, jillian. patience have been fighting for their kids during unprecedented school year i rint recently heard from parents in virginia and in new jersey about the impact remote learning is having on their children. >> the high school kids are left alone, they are in their own rooms by themselves, so it's a
very sad honestly learning experience. >> my 9-year-old significantly regressed when it's comes to reading. >> applying to colleges because they are competing with kids across the nation in school five days a week. >> i feel like we are operating at 20%, 25% capacity as far as education and learning are. >> there is no in school right now. >> two conservative groups taking aim at democrat controlled new jersey and virginia. >> continue will to suffer irreparable academic and emotional home. democrats and unions have kept students out of school long enough, fully reopen schools now. ainsley: joining me now is state government leadership foundation will executive director dee duncan and co-founder of in to america sandersson. >> good morning to you. >> good morning. >> why did you decide to release this ad. >> first of all, thank you for having us.
ainsley: you are welcome. >> i'm a mom of three in ocean springs, mississippi. i lived what most parents lived a year ago home schooling my children doing virtual learning. fast forward to the fall, governor reeves and our state leadership in mississippi largely opened up our schools. and it has been a complete game changer for my family. they followed the science. it can be done. and i want that for my friends and family across the country. schools can and should be open. we're seeing achievement gaps for populations that are not in school. and i'm really passionate about making sure that other children have the same experience we have had. education should not be partisan and most parents don't believe it is. it's something they want to do for their children. if. ainsley: dean how about you. >> parents were told to follow the science. we were told by the cdc and dr. fauci to follow the science and we would be able to get back in the classroom five days a week when that happened. the cdc says that it's safe to be back in the classroom five
days a week so we started this campaign in february and will continue it until our kids are back in the classroom five days a week. ainsley: marie, look at florida, they opened up in august and covid doesn't impact children like it impacts older adults. why are they doing this? why aren't they following the science? >> you know, the unions are very active at the state, local and federal level. you know, we need democrat leaders in these states such as virginia and new jersey to do the right thing. it should not take an act of the legislature in north carolina or in virginia to get kid back in school. it can be done safely. we're doing it in states where i live. in other states like you mentioned in florida. and it can be done safely. and we need to follow the leadership of the states that are open to get these kids back in school. ainsley: we reached out to both of the governors and governor murphy did send us a statement. he says the governor understands there is no substitute for in person learning and the administration encourages districts to pursue inperson
instruction as soon as it is safe to do so. dee, why are these democrats so beholden to the teachers unions? >> they are the number one campaign corinther. one day that's kids are not in the classroom is one day too many. it's great they are going to be back in the fall. it's great that the virginia legislature passed an order they can be back in july they needed to be back yesterday. every day these kids are not back in the classroom is a day that irreparable harm is being done to them. we are going to keep talking about this campaign until they are back in the classroom five days a week. ainsley: marie, it's april 20th. we realistically have a month and a half of school left in most states in the country. the relates of them going back this year pretty slim, right? >> it's pretty slim but it's important to educate parents. it's important for people to be involved in the process and understand why their kids aren't back in school. we will continue to put pressure on states that have not done the right thing so people and parents can be educated to encourage their school boards to
get their kids back in school. it's important for our student. ainsley: it is for their psychological effects as well. thank you dee, thank you, marie, for being on with us. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you. ainsley: you are welcome. as america still recovers from the coast pandemic dr. anthony fauci shifting focus to his next public health emergency gun violence. ben domenech is going to react next.
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from the trump administration. trump is firing back. in a new interview with fox news he says that president biden's border policies are all self-made. >> they are playing it down as much as they can play it down. it's a horrible situation it could destroy our country. people are pouring in. there has never been like what's happened at our border. >> over the weekend, president biden using the word crisis to describe immigration issues. then yesterday the white house tried to clarify his language a little bit. our own kristin fisher pressed the white house why this sudden about face. >> is that now the official white house position that there is, inkeyed, a crisis at the border? >> the president does not feel that children coming to our border seeking refuge is a crisis. he does feel that the crisis in central america, that is a situation we need to spend our time if we're going to prevent more of an influx of migrants. >> we will see if there is more fallout today. later on today the president and vice president are going to be
hosting members of the congressional hispanic caucus here at the white house. unclear if border security will be talked about. republicans not taking their foot off the gas keeping this issue front and center. steve, ainsley and brian back to you in new york. brian: mark, thank you so much. appreciate it. it really doesn't make any sense. it's a copout. by not saying that the border is a mess. we have no security it blew up the remain in mexico. he actually said that it was a violation of international law the deal we cut with mexico. you won determine why they didn't secure their southern border or their northern border because they were totally insulted. so now you are saying central america it's all your problem, not even acknowledging the fact that our facilities whatever they are, these soft tent facilities are being overrun. what i worry about is the kids and the families and the individuals that are just let go and not processed. they go well, we are emptying it out. where are they going? that's the key. where are they going? pete: spread them out across the country which is exactly what's happening. the devastating part of this is
they said they said they wanted stop separating kids from parents their policy is de facto separation of kids and parents. parents are sending kids by themselves. ainsley: many of the kids in the facilities their parents are already here. pete: or relatives. ainsley: or relatives are here. bring in ben domenech publisher of the federalist. hey, ben. >> good to be with you. ainsley: good to have you here. dr. fauci is saying that gun violence is a public health issue. listen to this soundbite. >> is gun violence in the u.s. a public health emergency? >> as a public health person, i think you can't run away from that i mean, when you see people getting killed, i mean, in this last month it's just been horrifying what's happened. how can you say that's not a public health issue. ainsley: ben, do you think it is? >> i'm sick and tired of this out of his depth bureaucrat dr. fauci feeling that he can just weigh in on any kind of
matter socially and have a reaction from america's media and from politicians. he is completely out of his depth when it comes to almost any issue unrelated to this pandemic and even within the pandemic, he is out of his depth when it comes to a lot of his intonations and his weighing in. look, the fact is this guy has gotten out over his skis over and over and over again. pete: we pay the price, ben. >> he was wrong about school closing and he was wrong about lockdowns and in masks he was wrong, too. the fact is that we shouldn't have bureaucrats who have so much faith in their own infallibility that they feel like they need to weigh in on every aspect of our lives. look, i am not trying to diminish this guy. he is someone who obviously has a lot more exper teefs than i do when it comes to medical affairs, but the fact that he has been built up by the media to this point where he is weighing in on everything as if
he is some kind of vaunted saint who can do no wrong, it's really gone beyond the point of where we need to reel this back and say hey, just remember, you are a bureaucrat. you work for us, not the other way around. pete got that a long time ago. speaking of reeling things in and bringing them back from the press space. new york city woke curriculum has gone so far that parents are starting to finally stand up and say something about it. one of those is andrew gutmann who wrote a letter to the brearley school, clean-up is an all girls school here in new york pointing out the way in which wokeness is infecting the curriculum. here is a portion of what he wrote. he wrote: bari weiss went on to talk about as a former editor of the "new york times" this stuff
will never make the print of the "new york times" even though it's one of the biggest even though parents and teachers are fighting back. your take on this moment? >> you know, i love barry, she is a friend of mine and i'm glad that she is highlighting this. we are reaching a point in america right now where this anti-racism religion is being used to crush people, to actually go in to their work, in to their schools indoctrinate their children and teach them that, you know, all of these different things that we have valued in america over the past century and plus are wrong, are racist. are founded in bigotry. this is a lie. it's propaganda. it's something that is being used by all of these different marxist, you know, across all of our different political debates, in order to try to indoctrinate another generation of americans. and we have to fight back against it unfortunately, we
have reached a point where these institutions have been taken over by the left. we have to acknowledge that. and we have to recognize it we can't treat it as anything different than indoctrination, propaganda and lies. brian: get a plan to push back and get on school boards across america big and small. ben, we will watch you don't at 7:00. if you don't get enough of ben in the morning and ben at night. what about ben all the time on ben domenech podcast on fox news podcasts.com and see you on prime time tonight. ben, it's a lot of you. are you ready to produce like this? >> i'm doing my best, man. i'm just holding on. [laughter] brian: you are doing good. ainsley: waking up early for us. he will be on prime tonight. thanks, ben. janice has a forecast for us. hey, j.d. janice: sometimes it snows in april. we have kansas city, a lot of snow happening there they actually might set a record for the latest snowfall. most snow they have had this time of year.
so that's the past 24 hours. this snow is going to be traveling across the central u.s. all of this cold air behind it and in front of it. that's going to bring us potential for a little bit of a snow storm across the ohio valley, even the northeast as we get into tomorrow. so there's the freeze advisory stretching from texas all the way to the great lakes. at least a dozen states will get in on that. and there's the snow as it continues to move. i mean parts of kentucky and tennessee could get some light snow tomorrow. and then across the interior northeast. so, yes. do not adjust your set. it is happening. all right. pete, steve -- sorry, pete, ainsley, and brian. ainsley: i know you have to think about it every day. pete: i went to go get some soup. ainsley: not they. brian is. i'm grateful. brian: janice, i didn't even know they came in this size. i thought it was a sample size costco would you like to try the soup? you can buy a full bottle.
ainsley: like the kid's frozen yogurt. janice: show dedicated. ainsley: i told him don't ask what he wants send brian to get his own. brian: janice did not take my side for the record. today, progressives will reintroduce the green new deal. i know what you are thinking, finally. with a democrat in the white house, what are the chances of the progressive agenda actually getting passed? a look at the proposal next. ♪ ♪
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pete: well, it's pack, today progressives will reintroduce the green new deal. and now the democrats are in control, do these massive green spending projects actually get passed? here to react is the president of copenhagen consensus born lomborg. is it larger than democrats have proposed in the past or similar. >> so, look, it's very similar first of all, look, global warming is a real problem. buff the way many of the
democrats and throw lot of money and not achieving much. not a good idea. if you want to fix climate change going to cost many trillions every year. of course, people are not actually going to live up to that they are not going to vote for those. and it won't solve the problem. even john kerry is telling us if the u.s. went alone, it will cut -- if it cut all of its carbon emissions tomorrow and the rest of the century terrible outcome for the u.s. it would still only reduce temperatures by the end of the century 0.3% fahrenheit. we need a smarter approach. pete: what is that smarter approach as opposed to massive government intervention as to what the democrats are imposing here. >> the fundamental property as long as renewable or green energy is more are expensive than fossil fuels you have to ask everyone to do with less. ask them to pay more for their
energy. that might work with rich well-meaning americans of course it's not going to work for the chinese, the indians and the africans. really we need to invest a lot more in research and development green energy to innovate the price of green energy down below fossil fuels. once that happens, everyone will switch not just rich well-meaning americans. pete: one additional idea they are proposing is senator markey is civilian climate corps. here is what he said about it to combat the interlocking climbs climate change racial injustice. our government has modernize great idea from the past to tailor it to meet the past and the future. he wants to create hundreds of thousands of government paid jobs for a civilian climate corps. >> what do you think of that. >> very unlikely that that's going to work. it's not like a lot of people are not already worried about climate change around are trying to do something. when you actually look at their actions they are not achieving very much. that's simply because it's really hard to live without good
reliable and cheap energy. this is not the way forward to force people. the way forward is innovation as it's always been. pete: the way forward is innovation. absolutely right. find a way to create something that people want for less costs to make everyone's lives better that's what we have done to lower omissions maybe not enough but to a sorenson degree. bjorn lomborg, thank you so much. appreciate it. >> you got it, pete. pete: florida taking a different approach and taking action against would be rioters. the plan to maintain law and order. that's next. ♪ ♪ breeze drifting on by you know how i feel. ♪ ♪ it's a new dawn... ♪ if you've been taking copd sitting down, it's time to make a stand. start a new day with trelegy. ...
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♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ >> it may result in this whole trial being overturned. >> the judge got it right. >> if you can't stand down long enough for a person to get a fair trial that's a frightening thing. >> former president donald trump is ripping the biden administration over a failing border policy. >> it's a horrible situation. it could destroy our country. all he had to do was leave it alone. stay in mexico was a big deal. pete: the biden administration continues its push for green new jobs even if it cost some of the works class their livelihood s. >> we're just people who want to get up and provide for our families it's sad that because we don't see the big picture, we're expandable. brian: josh hawley introducing a new bill. >> the real problem is this monopoly on ideas that is the most scary of all. >> i'd rather be standing here than there. >> did you hear what she said?
>> i wonder how many people at home caught it and i said i'd rather be here than there quite frankly, which was puzzle. pete: well just hours from now jurors will resume deliberations in the trial of derek chauvin. brian: the case putting the nation on edge, congresswoman maxine waters urging protesters to become confrontational if he is acquitted. ainsley: steve harrigan is live in minneapolis as it prepares for possible unrest. steve? reporter: ainsley, this entire city is boarded up. my hotel room, they're putting plywood over the front of the hotel entrance because there's fear if this police officer is acquitted or doesn't get enough years in prison the city could burn once again as it did a year ago. derek chauvin faces a series of charges on murder and manslaughter and the penalty range could be anywhere from four years in prison up to 40 years, and representative maxine
waters of california has been out with the protesters encouraging their resistance saying anything but a murder conviction be unacceptable. now those words have sparked outrage from chauvin's defense attorney and he asked the judge for a mistrial. here is that exchange. >> now that we have u.s. representatives threatening acts of violence in relation to the specific case, it's mind boggling to me, judge. >> well i'll give you that congresswoman waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned. i wish elected officials would stop talking about this case, especially in a manner that is disrespectful to the rule of law and to the judicial branch in our function. reporter: representative kevin mccarthy is considering censor of waters for her remarks and as
for representative waters she's doubling down saying the whole civil rights movement is based on confrontation. brian, pete, ainsley back to you ainsley: thank you so much, steve. we were talking earlier he confirmed it that they are board ing up because they are prepared when that verdict comes down the jury is going to come back at 10:00 this morning no word if they will make a decision today. it could be the end of the week, it could take a long time. we just don't know. brian: murder two, did he intentionally commit an assault , resulting in the unintentional death? that's the biggest charge. that's 40 year, third degree is acted withindifference to human life is 25 years a lot of people said that's the deal, second degree murder, manslaughter 10 years could get knocked down to two and a half years in this environment, says you acted with culpable negligence which created a reasonable death, or is it all three of these and even murder two as you heard, maxine waters showed up in brooklyn center and said yeah, for me, i need it to be murder
one. pete: but as far as i'm concerned it's first degree murder said maxine waters and have you watched actually, that means he showed up with an intent to kill. because you can't meet the standard. absolutely which is why the state never brought that charge because it's not legitimate at all, and she brought that charge, because it's an impossible standard to meet. either way you'll get rioting because maxine waters is not satisfied and when you look at minneapolis right now it's a tinderbox. its got what happened in brooklyn center and the trial of derek chauvin there's no doubt about that but we think of portland, seattle, think of new york and chicago as democrat-run cities that's what minneapolis and minnesota is and they've been dealing with for years and years now defund the police and they have not been willing to deal with mob mentalities that have gone on for over a year, and that's why the remarks of a maxine waters played so heavily inside the courtroom, the judge knows that the jury is aware that they have a big sequestered that this type of violence is possible and you want to believe that those six jurors, six
minority, six white, jury of peers, will be able to passionately look at the facts and make a decision and not be influenced by this. ainsley: the problem is these leaders have to be very careful of their messages because there are people out there that will take it to the extreme, when donald trump said peacefully and patriotically go to the capitol many people took that to the extreme. we saw what happened. he got impeached for it. maxine waters going out there and saying stay on the street, get more active, get more confrontational, many people read that the wrong way, even if she didn't intend it to be the meaning that many people are accusing her of. listen to how the media, many channels, defended her remarks. >> do you really think she's calling for violence? most people know that that's not true and the people who are speaking out against her are using it politically. >> the judges opining about whether it was appropriate or right about elected officials to talk about the trial. >> the judge lashing out at a
u.s. congresswoman even mentioning the possibility that a verdict could be overturned in the future. >> i don't think that maxine meant anything by that except to say you have to stick with it, you know, you have to be there. >> one little thing, like this , and they jump all over her. i mean, she's one congresswoman. ainsley: did you hear what don lemon said? most people know she doesn't mean violence. most. there are some that might read that the wrong way and be violent, or go and destroy these businesses, go after cops it's just such a dangerous time right now you have to be careful of the messaging. pete: well by that standard of the leftist mostly peaceful speech. it's mostly peaceful speech then you're okay just like mostly, we're raring up for mostly peaceful protests in minneapolis brian: right so we saw portland , oregon, we saw seattle , we saw new york, there was some riots didn't really get that out of control in new york, so the individual attacks over the weekend and then we see
chicago there was some unrest there as usual, saw in north carolina and raleigh, north carolina over the weekend too, governor ron desantis says i've seen enough i am signing i think 2,317 through the legislature an anti-riot law listen. >> if you riot, if you loot, if you harm others particularly if you harm a law enforcement officer during one of these violent assemblies, you're going to jail. we're going to hold you accountable. some of the local governments are actually telling not necessarily in florida but throughout the country, telling police to stand down while cities burnt, while businesses were burnt and people were being harmed. if you tell law enforcement to stand down, then you're responsible for the damage that ensued. we're not going to let the mob win the day. ainsley: and getting ahead of it like he did with covid. brian: specifically it also allows people to sue local governments over personal or property damage if they were
determined to have interfered with law enforcement response during civil unrest increases penalties for protesters right away, increases the charges for battery on a police officer during a riot as language that would force local governments to justify a reduction in law enforcement budget so if you are living in the liberal district and you cut back on the police have you to justify it with the governor. pete: it seems obvious, but right now it's completely opposite of everybody else and donald trump and his interview with shawith shawn hannity talkt being the party of common sense. when i listen to ron desantis, that's common sense. you can't riot and you can't assault cops and if you do you'll stay in jail because
that's how you maintain law and order and businesses don't get burned to the ground. ainsley: so many people are moving to florida and they agree brian: by the way open gun laws too so people feel safer. i have heard from law enforcement officials that they are getting word in new york, can you imagine that? they aren't going to pull anyone over. pete: they aren't going to pull anybody over? brian: too much of a risk, they don't have the immunity they used to have so i'm pretty sure they are going to start letting people go. ainsley: wow. brian: you can't lock them up when you do pull them over anyway. ainsley: so getting closer and closer to having the wishes come true. brian: absolutely. pete: or unarmed traffic enforcement as well. brian: right. great. here is sheriff grady judd. he's going to he looked at that bill and he was over the governor's right shoulder. he helped formulate that bill and was happy it passed and it's up to him to enforce it. >> the judge got it right. think about it. if you can't have the sanctity of the rule of law , if you can't stand down long enough for a person to get a fair trial, at the moment of the trial, that's a frightening thing. brian: he was talking about maxine waters, so the judge is 100% right. pete: uh-huh. well go ahead. ainsley: you go ahead. pete: earlier in the program we
talked to some keystone xl pipeline workers people that worked in the coal lining industry because right now, joe biden i believe yesterday met are members of congress, republicans and democrats to see if they could craft a bipartisan bill. brian: it's his second meeting with republicans. pete: the first one didn't go so well because he wanted to work on bipartisanship. brian: the second time with the infrastructure. ainsley: mitt romney in the second meeting. pete: that's exactly right. we talked to the idea of what the democrats are trying to do right now is convince their former block voters, union members and others to say if you give up your job in dirty fuels, ultimately, you'll get a green job, and that message has been tried before on a lot of those groups of workers including keystone xl pipeline workers. we talked to some of those folks earlier this month to find out whether or not they thought biden's agenda would deliver. here is a portion of it. >> used to be blue color joe, it's green color joe now. >> the middle class is standing right here looking at him telling him hey, we're hurting,
and we need jobs. it's not helping us and i don't know of any unions that he's helped so far in other trades. i don't know if he's going to or not but i know that's what he says. >> i lost probably 60 to 80 grand not being able to go on that job. that's my livelihood. we lose insurance, of course. >> my whole family is unemployed. >> your whole family? >> my whole family. ainsley: so sad to see those stories and hear their stories one woman crying because she can't send her kids says she's worried about sending her daughter to college. the first guy in that piece i remember carlie talked to him and i believe that's the guy she went to his house and he was building this beautiful house on the water. he said this is my dream home. i just want a simple life. always dreamed about live on this little lake and having my little property, minding my own business, trying to put food on the table, and go out there and work hard, and he said now i can't continue building my house because i don't have the money, i don't have a job anymore. brian: so we're losing these fossil fuel industries, and
people are celebrating and there's going to be a big announcement about rolling out this new green deal as it relates to workers today, beau copley was with us earlier from west virginia and his coal job disappeared and now he feels as though he doesn't exist to the biden administration. >> every four years, we see up and down, the coal industry, and as always depends on whose going to win this election, where are we headed. coal miners, we don't present ourselves extraordinary people, and likely ourselves, i'm not even, you know, a coal miner. i left the industry because i was in jobs that were fairly replaceable and, you know, when these kind of administrations come in, jobs like what i had are usually the first ones that are cut and i think, you know, we're just people who want to get up, go to work, and provide for our family, and it's sad that because we don't see the big picture, we're
expendable. pete: bo copley, the same one who confronted hillary clinton in 2016 saying don't tell me you want to get rid of my job and sit in front of me and tell me you're going to make my life better. and the democrat party still hasn't figured this out, don't tell me i don't get it. that idea of climate change means really reorient our entire life and you're going to tell me my job is expendable. they still haven't figured out how to message that because of turning people off and how to do it which is the more important thing. if you actually had a job alternative for these folks they might look at it instead you promise a job and decimate their industries and livelihoods in the process. brian: the infrastructure bill that was there they had two meetings on this infrastructure bill. if joe biden wants to be taken seriously then he really wants to do something on a bipartisan basis first thing he would do is reinstall the recommission the xl pipeline. he could do that people start getting back to work that'll be immediate outstretched hands republicans would have trouble walking away from. ainsley: do you think he would ever do that? he would have to admit he was
wrong on that very first day and make all of those progressives so upset? brian: right but he would say i've got to compromise. you want 800 billion of infrastructure, or zero? because joe manchin is not budg ing. he wrote an editorial on it. ainsley: just imagine having a job and a lot of people in america watching do have jobs like this where you're praying that one candidate wins because you know your job is evaporated if the guy you're not for wins or the woman that you're not for wins. it be so scary. pete: uh-huh, yeah i wish there was that opportunity for bipartisanship , brian instead they are laying into the senate parliament and trying to do reconciliation it just doesn't feel like it's going to happen. brian: right and they said yes on reconciliation but joe manchin said no, so he doesn't have 50. ainsley: jillian is saying yes to the headlines. jillian: good morning, let's begin in california where the los angeles county district attorney george gascon says the woman accused of killing her three children will face murder
charges. last week, lilliana cario admitted to killings saying she was protect l them from their father and the children's dad was trying to get custody of his kids saying she was dilution all and he feared for their safety. >> tesla ceo elon musk blasting the washington post reporting on a deadly crash involving what authorities believe was a driver less tesla in texas. he took to twitter writing in part, "your research as a private individual is better than professionals at the wall street journal. that recovered so far showed autopilot was not enabled and this car did not purchase ssd. two men were found dead inside the model s, after it crashed. federal investigators are working to see if the cars full self-driving capability was in use at the time. >> the republican national committee rakes in $17.8 million in fundraising, breaking its own record. the rnc calling in the most cash ever. the president exclusively telling shawn hannity he is
committed to helping the gop take back capitol hill. >> we're going to take back the house in 22. i got involved and we ended up picking up 16 instead of losing. jillian: 84% of its march contributions came from small dollar done or donors and wheel of fortune host pat sajak wants this moment back while accidentally giving away the answer to the final puzzle. watch this. >> well, i'd rather be standing here than there. >> did you hear what she said? >> i did, right after i said it i wonder how many people at home caught it but in setting up the thing there weren't that many letters and i said i'd rather be here than there quite frankly which was the puzzle. jillian: but none of the contestants caught the flip- up, pat didn't notice until vanna white called him out at the end of the show. that's a look at your headlines. pete: i didn't get it in the
moment. jillian: i read the story and i didn't get it in the moment. brian: do you think he's going to get fired? ainsley: no, no, canceled? brian: we'll have to see. pete: we'll check the tapes for something he said in the 70s brian: absolutely. pat was here for a while he had a weekend talk show. pete: at fox? brian: yeah, he was here very good and very funny. ainsley: you know vanna is from south carolina. brian: all right let me tell you what's coming up next leo te rrell sounds off on maxine waters as republicans aim to out her from congressional committee s and first it was a challenge not a crisis now the biden administration is shifting semantics at the border again. kayleigh mcenany is an expert at semantics and she reacts. usa. fipy refiplus lets you refinance at near record lows plus get cash. with home values climbing,
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>> we're about to get more active. we've got to get more confrontational. we've got to make sure that they know that we mean business. ainsley: congresswoman maxine waters now defending those remarks, claiming the whole civil rights movement is confrontational. as republicans want her censored in congress now and even the judge in the derek chauvin trial has had enough. here to react is fox news contributor and civil rights attorney, leo terrell. hey, leo. >> hi, ainsley how are you, thanks for having me. ainsley: thank you for coming on. after you heard from the judge, is he right and does this open up the possibility for an appeal? >> oh, absolutely. let me be very clear. maxine waters intentionally inci ted that crowd and intentionally put pressure on the jury to come back with verdicts and she's asking for a first degree murder verdict which does not exist in this case. the judge was absolutely right. there will be an appeal based
on her outrageous comments. she did it to influence and to intimidate the jury. ainsley: we know it's impossible for her to get the verdict she wants. you're right about that. how will people in the community react if the verdict doesn't go in her favor, which it won't, or in their favor? >> well let me tell you right now. she doesn't speak for millions of people who live in democratic cities who want police protection, but ainsley, she gave a okay signal to criminals to arsonists who will use the george floyd case to riot. she basically green lighted them and that, to me, is insulting and also, very very dangerous. ainsley: on january 6, president trump stood out in front of the capitol and said peacefully, patriotically, march to the capitol so that your voices can be heard. he was then impeached. is this any different? >> no, this is worse. let me be very clear. thirty years of being a lawyer, her comments was intended to inc
ite the crowd. there was nothing donald trump said on january 6 to incite anyone but what's going to happen? because of her, let me rephrase. she is not going to be criticiz ed because of her gender and because of her political affiliation. ainsley: one more question on this. civil rights movement is confrontational. that was her defense. she said that's what i meant. >> that is an absolute lie. i don't think dr. king was confrontational. dr. king believed in peaceful demonstrations and what she just did was she basically co-opted the civil rights movement to justify criminal misconduct. she is absolutely wrong. ainsley: so george floyd's brother talked this morning on another network. he said that joe biden called him yesterday. listen to this. >> let's start with a phone call that you got yesterday. i was there in the room when president biden called. what did the president say to you, what did you say to him and
what was that like in general? >> it was just, he was just calling, he knows how it is, the losing family member and he knows that the process of what we're going through so he was just letting us know that he was praying for us and hoping that everything would come out to be okay. that's basically it. ainsley: leo, what's your reaction? >> well i have no problem with the president calling family, because of the loss of george floyd. no question about this , but let's be very clear. the elephant is in the room. the democrats are going to politicize the george floyd case they have been playing the race card throughout this entire administration, and they will continue to intimidate everyone else and we have to keep arguing and challenging the use of the race card and the use of this misconduct to justify the rioting. what maxine waters did this weekend was horrific.
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and it's only from newday usa. jillian: we're back with headlines, mourners hold a vigil for a seven-year-old girl killed at a chi drive-thru. she was shot in the head at a mcdonald's with her father sunday. her family calling for the shooter to turn themselves in and for an end to gun violence. >> this just don't make no sense, a seven-year-old baby, lost for life in a mcdonald's driveway, six bullets riddled her little body, and it's about time we all take a stance, because they have to put down these guns. jillian: her father was hit in
chest and remains in serious condition. police have not made an arrest. >> the biden administration is reportedly planning to give a critical piece of 9/11 history to indonesia. the u.s. coast guard helped save thousands of people from lower manhattan. the move angering victims advocates would say the move is callace and disrespectful. the historical society is petitioning the coast guard to give them the boat when it is decommissioned later this year. >> and the biden administration is considering a rule on nicotine levels in cigarettes. the washington post reports the policy would force companies to lower the amount of nicotine to a level that does not make it addict irs. the fda must decide by next week the decision will ultimately push millions to quit smoking or go to less harmful alternatives those are your headlines brian i'll send it back to you. brian: thanks jillian. let's talk about this a north carolina teacher killed in a shootout hads with a member of a mexican cartel. authorities revealing he tried to rob their stash house, as the threat of a drug war
extends beyond the border. the dea even dubbing north carolina "a drug hub" of the southeast. the county sheriff, terry johnson, joins us now. sheriff, when did this become a reality for you? >> actually, it became a reality several years ago when we were beginning to see some large quantity of drugs and they were running back to cartel members but it's really in the last couple months got excessively bad. brian: you've also said you've had more drive by shootings and killings than you've ever had before? >> yes, sir. there has been definitely a spike in the serious crimes as far as drive by shootings, even some homicides, and the amount of drugs that's coming into our county. brian: so when people say well the problem at the border is the problem for texas and new mexico, california, and arizona. it's not a problem for the rest
of the country. what do you tell people? >> i tell people that, you know , the border situation certainly is not helping our law enforcement agencies within the united states. we have seen an excessive amount of increase in the number of drugs coming into our county and some of the violence that is taking place as a result of the drug traffic. brian: sheriff johnson you're also saying hey we're overpower ed. we're going to need some help. where do you expect to get that help from, how do you expect to go solicit this help? >> well, certainly, in the area that where i'm sheriff, we don't have the number of law enforcement officers that some of the major cities has to help combat this problem. that's why alamance county seems to be a great place for the cartels to bring and drop their drugs and we have two major interstates, i-40 and i-85 running from county line-to-
county line plus a lot of secondary roads. if we try to shutdown the drug trafficking along the interstate s, we have like highway 87, 49, 61, 54, you could go anywhere in the southeast united states from our county, and that has posed a problem for us. alamance county believe it or not is an ideal location for the cartel to use, and i'm not saying that to make them happy, that's for sure, but we have a problem. we need all the help we can get from the federal government. certainly, it would not hurt for us to be a little bit more closed. like i tell people, i do not have a problem with people coming into the united states as long as they don't come into the united states to commit crimes, and we're having that happen right now. brian: sheriff there is also a legal way to do it than sneaking
across the border is not. you said on february 14 they seized 129-kilos of cocaine that's a staggering amount worth over $2 million, and you have a teacher and a basketball coach was also killed that was april 8 these are real, everyday americans just looking to live their lives and are being gunned down by drug traffickers unacceptable. sheriff terry johnson thanks so much. hopefully your governor will hear your pleas, answer your call, and then talk to the president. appreciate you, sheriff. >> i hope all elected officials will listen to our pleas. the sheriffs in this nation is fighting a battle all over the nation because of this. brian: unbelievable. thanks, sheriff. meanwhile we appreciate what you do. straight ahead, former president trump calls out johnson & johnson after they put out a pause on their vaccine. >> they paused it. that's the worst thing you could have done from a public relations standpoint. brian: yup. kayleigh mcenany former white house press secretary, next. this isn't just freight.
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pete: we're back with more on the board ore crisis. former president trump slams the biden administration immigration policies in his first on camera interview since leaving the white house. brian: the biden administration says there's a crisis in central america, not the u.s.. ainsley: mark meredith joins us live from the white house. good morning, mark. reporter: ainsley, good morning to you. the biden administration says it's doing all it can to address what's happening on the southern border and puts a lot of the blame on president trump's policies, but the former president he is firing back saying don't blame him. he says what's the concerning situation that's been happening on the southern border, rests with president biden. >> we were doing so well, all he had to do is leave it alone. stay in mexico is a big deal. getting the wall built, contracts were already in and the materials there was going to be done very quickly. reporter: over the weekend president biden was asked about the border and immigration issues. he used the word crisis when speaking to reporters that's something that many white house
staffers had been refusing to do fox news asked the administration yesterday if it now truly sees what's going on as a crisis unfolding. >> is that now the official white house position that there is indeed a crisis at the border >> the president does not feel that children coming to our border seeking refuge is a crisis. he does feel that the crisis in central america, that is a situation we need to spend our time if we're going to prevent more of an influx of migrants. reporter: a handful of house republicans are asking for a meeting with vice president kamala harris to talk about the border, no response yet from her but we're looking to see what they majority it have to say about all of this but a lot of issues focus today on immigration and elsewhere. brian, pete, ainsley back to you pete: mark meredith live from the white house thank you so much appreciate it. let's bring in someone else who knows a lot about the white house, kayleigh mcenany, co-host of "out numbered" and former white house press secretary, kayleigh good morning, thanks so much for being here. >> good morning, pete. pete: great job on "out numbered " by the way.
so what's your reaction to jen psaki spending more time at the podium attempting massage the word crisis and what it's really about than actually addressing it? >> yeah, it's breath taking. i went and watched the first 25 minutes of the briefing this morning, and she used the word "crisis" but not in relation to the border. she said we have a climate crisis on our hands so we've got a climate crisis, we don't have a border crisis, when by the way what is happening with these children on the border is atrocious, the conditions, the facilities, it was a human rights violation according to kamala harris during the trump adminitration, but now it's just they turned a complete blind eye to these children it is an un mitigated crisis at the southern border fueled by a crisis in central america. ainsley: we saw it last night on hannity's show he interviewed the president first on dashcam rail entitlement interview since he left the white house. i felt the strongest part, kayleigh, of that interview was when he was talking about the border, because he said all bid en had to do was nothing. leave it the way it was, listen
to this. >> people are coming in by the tens of thousands, they're walking in. all he had to do was leave it alone. if he left it alone we were setting record positive numbers and people would have to come in legally and you know, the other thing that people don't talk about, human trafficking and drugs. that's double, tripled and quadrupled coming in because that's pouring in right now. drugs are pouring in. we had it so tight, we were doing so well. all he had to do was leave it alone. ainsley: then he went on to say the remain in mexico policy so we had to go through the court system to get it and then biden comes in day one and ends all of this. >> that's right, yeah, president trump got it right. you can't argue with results. you can't argue with the 78% decrease in illegal border crossings. you can't argue with that. he used common sense as he mentioned in the interview yesterday. the wall worked. i went with him. i saw the wall firsthand. it worked. these agreements with golden
triangle countries and mexico, they worked and biden destroyed and dishandled the entire system but you see these little tasks along the way that i think even he recognizes those policies work because mayorkas reportedly told people within dhs we might close some of the gaps in the wall, they went back to mexico and got troops on the border so you see these little admissions that they are realizing and in fact what he did was common sense. brian: i mean, look, the president biden gets dissed all the time, like by the president of ecuador, they got asked could you see president biden's envoy, no because you wouldn't see me when i came to washington, so really? the president says it's not my problem, because they have pride too, and they were disrespected early on by this administration. >> yeah, that's exactly right and then you have the president of mexico calling him the migrant president and placing the blame for his illegal flow directly at his feet and the northern triangle countries you have one president
there saying hey, smugglers are using your language, joe biden, to get people to come to this country, so when you have two world leaders and you mention ecuador so three, calling you out, something is going wrong here. but he's too prideful i think to ever back-pedal, although they did friday even though jen psaki won't admit it. pete: kayleigh real quick, as well, you mentioned language, and the biden administration says they want a more humane policy, so i.c.e. and the border patrol are now saying you can't use, they put out a mandate. you can not use illegal aliens. you can not say alien anymore, it's all undocumented, migrant, unaccompanied children -- ainsley: non-citizen. pete: what does it mean when you're changing the official word and does it make it more humane? >> no it doesn't. they're focused on a word. when there are children who are being placed with parents that may not even be their actual parents because apparently they've lightened up the vetting
procedures with placing these un accompanied minors, they are trafficked human trafficked, abused on the journey here and they're focused on a word? it's why people like senior democrat lawmaker henry henry cuellar a democrat has said i'll stick with the original term which by the way, is in the statute until you change the statute i'm going to use the word, because henry crew is a democrat who understands the reality of what's going on, because he's there, and in the border area where even kamala harris and joe biden will not take a moment to even visit. ainsley: well kayleigh thank you so much for being on with us the president was also asked about the j & j and he said that is so stupid what they did. all right, we'll look for you on "outnumbered" congratulations again. brian: and with pete giving you that compliment he's going to want to be asked to come on the show that's why he was doing it. brian: that'll make brian very jealous. >> [laughter] he's welcome anytime, pete, so are you brian. ainsley: brian that just leaves you more time to do radio and the 7:00 show. brian: don't yell at me in
front of the others. ainsley: janice has the forecast , hey, janice. >> janice: hi, good morning. we have snow that's happening across the central u.s. , we're going to set some records maybe measurable snow records as well as cold temperature records. look at that current wind chill still talking about that in kansas city feels like four in denver where they got several inches of snow overnight. freeze advisories posted for over a dozen states from texas through the great lakes and the ohio valley including lexington and nashville, tennessee. forecast radar going to bring light snow to parts of tennessee and kentucky as well as the ohio river valley, the appalachians up towards new england where they get the jackpot snowfall totals take a look at that. amazing as we get into april 20 tomorrow? so that will be the big story, also looking at the potential for showers and thunderstorms across the sunshine state, but it's 89 degrees in miami so i'm sure they will take that. all right, pete, ainsley and brian, back to you. ainsley: thank you, janice. she spent 17 years working in
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get started today. ainsley: forming to you back with headlines and parler is back apple is confirming it'll allow users to download the social networking site from its app store. it was forced off line after the january 6 capitol riots and president trump is slamming the biden administration's pause of the johnson & johnson vaccine the cdc urging a temporary halt of distribution after six people reported blood clots. the former president told hannity last night it was the worst thing the fda could have done from a public relations standpoint. we'll continue to follow that story, pete? pete: thanks, jillian. after spending years as a teacher and then as a principal our next guest walked away from
her career to make a difference for american heros. in 2016 she founded ruths for boots an organization dedicated to supporting active duty military veterans and their families in every way possible. here with more on her mission, founder, christy lucas. christy thank you so much for being here this morning. >> thank you for having me and thank you for your service. pete: well thank you for everything you're doing. you know you described it as a leap of faith in 2016 you were a teacher, you had a steady paycheck, principal, you decided you wanted to pursue your passion to serve veterans. why? >> well, when i was at the school i did the veterans day assembly the teacher and principal and i really got to know their stories and their struggles, and when my contract was up aspirins pal, i just felt like god was calling me to something bigger, and anybody that knows me knows i'm a woman of great faith and i tried to find a veteran's organization that i could volunteer within my area, and i couldn't find anything, so, i decided to take that leap of faith and leave
everything behind, and what became roots for boots. pete: god bless you what is roots for boots? tell us about it? >> well we are 100% volunteer, we had 100% funded by the local community and what we try to do is meet whatever need or challenge a veteran active duty or military family would have, and we try to get people to use their talents and resources to help us, and we consider that your way of serving your country pete: i didn't get it now i do. grassroots for the folks that wore boots i get it make sense and it started out by providing i think there were eight have it veterans in need how many are you serving now? >> well that was our food bank so we run a monthly food bank among other things and we started with eight and we are up to almost 90 now. pete: wow and your family has a history of track record of service, great grandfather, grandfather in various services, this is something personal to you too. >> it really is. pete, you know, i grew up in a patriotic family and when i wake up, every morning, i ask god to
take me to who ever needs me and when you do that you better hold on, because you never know where he's going to take me and this has been one wild, crazy amazing beautiful ride, and i learned patriotism early on from my family and then at the school it really took off and that was the spark. pete: why do you love america so much? what does it mean to you that you're willing to give up a career and easy career that so many could have just held on and retired and said i've done my piece. what is it about this country that makes you want to give more >> well when i was a teacher i used to tell my kids you live in greatest country in the world and don't ever forget that and there's been a lot of blood in the sand for the freedoms that we enjoy as americans, and i just don't want people to ever forget that and i'm connected one on one with our veterans so i hear the stories and i see the sacrifices and it's not just the veterans it's their caregivers and their families. pete: that's right so whether it's rent, utilities, wheelchair ramps, track chairs, food bank,
roots for boots delivers in the local community and people want to help out go to the roots for boots.com. christy lucas thank you for putting a wonderful cherry on top of our tuesday edition show today. it's a great way to end it. >> thanks very much. thanks for having me. pete: thank you it's our honor we appreciate it. more "fox & friends" in a moment >> ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i've lost count of how many asthma attacks i've had. but my nunormal with nucala? fewer asthma attacks. nucala is a once-monthly add-on injection for severe eosinophilic asthma. not for sudden breathing problems. allergic reactions can occur. get help right away for swelling of face, mouth, tongue, or trouble breathing. infections that can cause shingles have occurred. don't stop steroids unless told by your doctor. tell your doctor if you have a parasitic infection. may cause headache, injection-site reactions, back pain, and fatigue. ask your doctor about nucala. find your nunormal with nucala.
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