Skip to main content

tv   The Ingraham Angle  FOX News  May 11, 2021 12:00am-1:00am PDT

12:00 am
you want to talk about ignorant assholes. this is you dressed as carl malone and when you had a cucumber in your pants during the man show. maybe your bosses at disney can talk you out of your bad behavior. you talk about my show i will hit you back. ball is in your court. laura ingraham, laura: jimmy kimmel. >> that is it. >> somebody get a spatula, jimmy kimmel is on the floor, we got to pick him up. >> we had a spat back in the day and if you want me to remind his bosses at disney of all the crap he has done over the years the frankly are pretty ignorant i will be glad to pick that fight
12:01 am
but -- the ball is in his court. i advised him not to talk about me anymore. >> i'm glad i never watch the late-night shows, i don't know which one is which. i think i know stephen colbert because i was on his show but i don't know the names of the other people. >> late-night as we once knew it is dead. laura: this show isn't. i'm going to take over. i'm laura ingraham, one of the longest-serving police chiefs in the nation, now in the middle of what he calls unprecedented anti-police sentiment he is stepping down. he's here tonight to tell us whether he's going to take on governor witmer in the future. and you will not believe what some louisiana residents told raymond arroyo about president biden's visit to the state, he reveals that and a lot more in
12:02 am
seen and unseen but first the great biden backfired is the focus of tonight's angle. we are almost four months into the biden administration and it is clear things are not going according to plan. let's consider the facts. first biden's attempt to take credit for the decline in covid cases and the plethora of the vaccines is not working. it is an utter failure. operation warp speed was launched almost a year ago if you can believe that on may 15th, 2020, if you like the fact we have millions of vaccines you have one politicians who thank and that is donald j trump but by the time president biden grimaced are his first inaugural address covid had essentially been called but he never wents you to feel comfortable in the old normal ever again even when the news is good it is never good enough. yesterday was mother's day, hope
12:03 am
you had a great mother's day but what about mother's day 2022? >> i believe we will be about as close to back to normal as we can, there are some conditions to that was got to make sure we get the overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated. when that happens the virus doesn't really have any place to go, there aren't a lot of vulnerable people around. >> there is always a catch with anthony fauci. if it were up to fauci you couldn't get your freedom back or ever take your mask off unless the magical and ever-changing percentage of americans get the vaccine. he doesn't think you should have your own freedom to manage your own risk profile. even uk prime minister boris johnson who struck coney lockdown policies of done on
12:04 am
this damage to businesses and kids alike lifted the mask mandate for kids returning to school inside and outside. but biden epstein and many. state governors still will not let go of that power. you have to behave, you have to take your shot, where your mask or you are going to be grounded, children. >> cdc guidance across time will allow vaccinated people more and more privileges to take off that mask. that's why the indoor policy should solely masking. you could end of being a carrier and not know it and if somebody hasn't been vaccinated or doesn't get mask is still that potential. >> carrier of ignorance since everyone who wants a vaccine can get a vaccine now how does this make any sense whatsoever? what happened to liberals favorite go to line my body my choice? that is out the window? now it is apparently your body, fauci's choice. these people are superspreaders of fear, false information and hypocrisy and as a result more
12:05 am
americans are tuning them out. even those living in deep blue states like massachusetts are now protesting these arbitrary rules. >> the elder mask mandate largely for adults, many sectors of the economy are starting to reopen and what happened with us parents is we realized as all of those are happening, largely none of them apply to our children. we are wondering why children are held to strict rule for adults. >> and red states where americans are free to make their own choices, masks and social distancing, they are largely over. if you can't the atlanta braves game this weekend use a stadium that was basically at capacity, people were packed in, can't see it there but it was a lot of
12:06 am
fun. fans were having a blast, meanwhile this is what yankee stadium looked like. why would anyone choose to go to such a sad dreary place and why is new york doing this? most restrictions can be lifted on may 19th but why may 19th, why not immediately open up america? if biden truly thought they could waltz in and take credit for trump's successes those dreams came crashing down after last week's abysmal jobs report. it turns out liberals lockdowns plus extended unemployment benefits plus capacity restrictions and mask mandates did not help generate the 1 million jobs predicted but i guess that is not that big a deal, there were only 734,000 jobs short. >> because of the american rescue plan, forecasters are projecting the fastest economic growth in nearly 40 years in months to come. we are moving in the right direction.
12:07 am
>> the right direction? for whom? the superrichard don't really care what fuel costs are, what food prices are, they are skyrocketing under biden. things are great for migrants who can walk right in no questions asked, get free healthcare, free schooling, free food stamps, the list goes on. it is definitely going in the right direction for human smugglers who tossed the toddlers over the border wall and drug traffickers are making a killing as they fuel more overdoses in the united states. this biden scam is slowly unraveling, and can honestly say the hundreds of thousands of federal government employees are essential if they are not even back in the office working yet, many of the bureaucrats are happy to stay at home and be paid and it is not clear biden will get washington back to work, the place is a ghost town. why should we keep paying the
12:08 am
salaries of unproductive people inside the beltway who refused to return to work? looks like the american people agree? a recent poll found 60% of americans opposed raising federal taxes to pay for this nonsense, 66% oppose raising income taxes, likewise 64% said the tax hikes will hurt jobs and the economy but no surprise 52% said democrats want to put in place a big tax and spend welfare state because that is worked out so well in the eu. this is why democrats have to
12:09 am
keep us in crisis mode but this narrative crumbles when you look at where life is good and has been pretty much back to normal for some time now. the wall street journal highlighted three breakout cities driving the us economic recovery including greenville, south carolina, des moines, iowa and provo, utah and in greenville the unemployment rate was 4.2% in march, well below the national rate of 6% that lunch, des moines the rate was, provide one of the lowest unemployment rates, 2.5%. the payrolls in march set a record high. what do all those booming cities have in common? none of them are in blue states of the longer these trends continue the farther and the conservative parts of america
12:10 am
will be. >> we have the strongest revenue anyone has ever seen in the state. the economy is performing well, people are happy and as you know there are people moving here because they want with of freedom. >> our kids of been in school all year, doing well, the fastest growing economy in the country. >> rocking and rolling last night, the truest part, unbelievable environment, 100%. >> you bet. of course all of this has republicans amped up for 2022 with red state governors are doing is working. so the gop is unifying behind winning policies in states like utah. in florida, georgia, texas, south dakota they are bringing a message of freedom and prosperity to the american people. democrats know they are in trouble, that is why this desperately cling to the pandemic paranoia and when that stops working they seamlessly shift back to climate change and racism. it is also predictable to us, it is just boring, negative, totally uninspiring and when those biden books dry up, when they've all been spent in the unemployment check stops we are going to see how likable old joe
12:11 am
is and how wonderful his agenda really will be and that is the angle. tonight the fda gave the green light to pfizer's covid vaccine for kids age 12 to 15 in the reaction to the news quite revealing. >> this is another critical victory in the us fight against the pandemic. >> it is going to make a big difference in our lives, changes what we can do, opens up what we can do and who we can be with. >> seems like a huge huge huge deal for the country is fight against covid, parents who have been terrified for the better part of 14 months. >> a historic moment. shannon: that's not all, the fda is holding a meeting next month on giving this vaccine to even younger children, keep going. joining me, stanford university professor of medicine and epidemiology. is this a huge huge deal as they said for the country? >> no reason to vaccinate
12:12 am
children that you. a small risk from covid itself, near 0, mortality from covid, they haven't tested the vaccine on enough children to have confidence about the adverse status. anything more than 0, the balance doesn't work. why vaccinate my kid against something that it's not that deadly where there might be -- it is a mistake to think about this, not good for kids. the spread of the disease itself, not necessary to vaccinate kids. that the false idea. what is needed to vaccinate the old and formidable, once you've done that, how harmful covid can get, once you vaccinate, we defang the disease. i've no idea why they are not sharing the good news. we have taken out the people who
12:13 am
would normally die from the disease. when cases go up they will come. decouple cases from death, we should be declaring victory. >> what does this mean for parents who are going to face perhaps not being able to send their kids back to school or travel or whatever activity liberal say you can't ever participate in, this puts parents in a difficult position. it used to be our body, ourselves, our bodies, bodily autonomy but that is out the window even though there is infinitesimally small risk to children and those who want to get the vaccine have the ability to get the vaccine, their choice. >> young children by that age.
12:14 am
i don't think it is good for my kids, i vaccinate my kids with every other vaccine, there are deadly diseases that can affect children, measles, mumps, rubella that you should get your kids vaccinated for but kids are vaccinated but for this vaccine it doesn't make sense to me why i should vaccinate my children when the risks are so low to them and it doesn't help reducing the disease for the rest of the population. getting them vaccinated. >> isn't this a huge amount of money on the line for pharma. this is a lot of money. if you vaccinate every human being in the united states or close to it and yearly boosters also required that is billions of dollars, people do a lot for billions of dollars. >> i have a suggestion. there are a lot of fun vaccinated older people around
12:15 am
the world who do not have access to the vaccines, send it to them, to people who can still die from this in india, brazil and everywhere around the world where they haven't been fortunate, use the vaccine to save lives, not to make life difficult for our children and parents. >> doctor fauci claimed mask mandates smothered the flu this season. >> we had practically nonexistent flu season this year merely because people were doing the kinds of public health things directed predominantly against covid 19. as we go on a year or 2 or more from now, during certain seasonal periods when you have respiratory born viruses like the flu people might elect to wear masks. shannon: he is a complete control freak. is that true what he said? >> is just wrong. sweden for instance has not
12:16 am
masked up at all, small fractions of the swedish population, the flu disappeared there. the flu disappeared worldwide for reasons we don't fully understand although other biological mechanisms are part of the thing, it is not masks that led to the disappearance of the flu or else there would be the flu in sweden. something else. more than a dozen randomized evaluations going back decades on the use of facemasks to stop the flu including healthcare and they are all negative, there isn't any evidence that supports what doctor fauci said. >> i feel like we have been on this mask issue since last april and may citing the studies you are talking about but they will not drop that mask. that is a symbolically important to them and it has become a religion, this whole thing has
12:17 am
become a religion to a lot of people and you make it so clear. and unprecedented uptick in anti-police sentiment, one of the longest-serving police chiefs is stepping down. we talk to detroit james craig on why a run against governor whitman -- witmer is maybe in the future, stay there. ard. hey, kevin! hey, guys! they have customized solutions to help our family's special needs... giving us confidence in our future... ...and in kevin's. voya. well planned. well invested. well protected.
12:18 am
12:19 am
12:20 am
12:21 am
e tseallow w tirifto w r. ol w.. wke it me annoh kp erneorki a gig r thr vis. eye t iny,whh lirs wi st t yo intnedoha enncyo oinpeen thvefaered it me annoh kp erneorki a gig r thr vis. th is rkth irdy,whh lirs wi st t oo fm rae ofelblops and abt r sttg
12:22 am
>> many of us still live in fear as we go to the grocery store or worry about walking a dog for allowing our children to get a license. just imagine they are driving but every time they get in the car by themselves i worry about what assumptions being made by somebody who doesn't know everything about them, the innocent act of getting a license puts fear in our hearts. >> in martha's vineyard, maui, beverly hills, where exactly is that. that is patently ridiculous. in 2015 michelle admitted the secret service taught her daughter molly out to drive. were they terrified of their own bodyguards? beyond these absurd hysterics is a more alarming statement. what you just heard from the former first lady as part of a
12:23 am
larger act meant to fuel the narrative that america, a country her husband was twice elected to lead is fundamentally racist. why is she still saying this, here is brandon ta ta, the author beaten back. . the comments seem both disingenuous, divisive, all the things we've come to expect from the privileged elite in the united states. >> ray charles and stevie don't have to wonder how delusional michelle obama is. i've never seen a black person get killed in martha's vineyard and these are the most recognizable people on planet earth. her husband was the president of the united states for eight years, everyone knows what her children look like when i will
12:24 am
be put delusional and give them a citation especially in this climate where if you're a white police officer if you do anything legal or not against black people you can guarantee the city will burn. shannon: if you are pulled over by the police and you do not resist the police and basically answer the questions and get in the car, get out of the car, do you have any risk of anything happening to you for the most part? >> i can tell you guaranteed you might get a warning if you act like a normal person. when i was a cop i didn't want to give people the ticket, i don't want to deal with them. they run a red light in front of me and i have no choice but to pull them over because everyone is looking at me like are you going to do something, do what you have to do, be a normal person, treat them with respect to play the game. if you are nice to officers they will be nice to you. if you resist arrest you can guarantee they will put it on you and you better hope you don't run into a better police officer. >> here's what michelle obama said about the chauvin trial outcome. >> we are all breathing a sigh of relief over the verdict there is still work to see done. if you've been raised to assume
12:25 am
that all black people are x in the case of interactions with black men and police officers it can often lead to death. >> reaction? >> the only people that believe all black people at the same are these brain-dead leftist people like michelle obama. normal individuals know that individual people have different characteristics. there are good black people and bed, same for white and whatever label you want to put on people, these leftists are the ones that assume that every black person is rolling with drugs on them, look at police officers looking to kill them. that's not the case and let me say this. police officers i like having a great wife, you don't treat them right she's going to leave your sorry but and when she leaves to your life is going to fall apart and if people don't start respecting police officers in
12:26 am
this country this country is going to fall apart. we've seen crime rates in triple digits all around the country in major cities, you better treat police officers with respect if you want to have a good country and a safe for your kids to grow up in. >> rising crime isn't going to affect the obamas so that's not a biggie, the biggie for them. michelle obama pretends to be such a victim black americans across the country are being terrorized by what brandon talked about, and explosion in violent crime. this past weekend new york city sometimes square bystanders shot in the crossfire. that is forced stand with the screwdriver on the subway. that is in the south of philly, 20 people shot, four killed. according to the lost regional nearly 3/4 of chicago's biking murders comes from the city's predominately black southside a largely hispanic west side. in new york city homicides rose 47% last year concentrated in brooklyn neighborhoods with a
12:27 am
long history of violence in the bronx and harlem. why wouldn't the former first lady gayle king spender discussions on that reality? they can't afford to admit the growing violence is a result of months of unchecked blm riots in the campaign to defend and demoralize the police all of which the left supports. detroit police chief james craig, the longest-serving top cop in history is stepping down but there's an upside, he may be leaving detroit to get the governor's mansion, one source telling the detroit news the chief craig is considering a run against governor witmer next year and he joins me now. james craig, chief of the detroit police department who just announced his retirement, a lot of people sad to hear you are retiring, your extremely beloved and respected, why did you feel it was the right time now? >> thanks for having me on the show. it is bittersweet, 44 years,
12:28 am
worked in los angeles, been achieved in 3 cities. i haven't had a bad day but last year was a wake-up for me. are police officers across the country are not being supported and i will tell you the one thing, appreciate the fact that leadership supports them and it is not common at all and so i made an honest decision to retire on my own. my calling is to something bigger. i'm not ready to make that decision yet but you will know in several weeks because i'm excited about my next phase of public service. >> you've got to announce it on your show, on this show.
12:29 am
you are our guy, you've got to come here and make the announcement. >> i will do this. after i retire and make that decision, should i come on your show on tucker's show, which showed? >> come on the gal show at 10:00 pm eastern time come on, tucker is my buddy but we want you to come on here because we've been following your career for so many years and your message is very important, you said something during your retirement press conference today i think everyone watching the show tonight needs to hear it. >> the aggression against our police officers is unlike anything i have ever witnessed in my career, not just here but all over, we've got to support the men and women who are out on the front lines and when you
12:30 am
look at what is happening in other cities where police officers are leaving in large numbers one reason, don't feel supported. shannon: where is the country going to go? how are things going to devolve on our streets if this continues? >> the country needs a wake-up, the portland mayor after a year of the summer of love when they continued to riot, he said enough is enough. where's the support for the men and women, we all know what happened with floyd, but does that reflect the entire profession? let's talk about the tragic incident in columbus, ohio where a team was shot but she was armed and that officer made a decision to protect another person's life but yes there are those like lebron, a basketball player who said you are next,
12:31 am
nobody stands up and supports the vast majority of good cops and it is shameful. shannon: you know me, do you think i'm afraid of lebron james? oh please, give me a break. >> i give my friend in la when i was out there, dion, who broke a very spirited letter, the los angeles police officer of course not and he's not going to. we've got to -- because these folks have armed security, some of them are police officers and they live in gated communities and safe environments, but the problem is we don't talk about those who live in vulnerable communities who rely on the police every single day. shannon: we got to run but i'm glad you agreed to make the announcement on the ingraham angle and we look forward to that.
12:32 am
i'm going to fly their. i'm coming, i love detroit, but thank you and good luck with your next move but you are coming on the show. president biden plans on spending hundreds of billions of dollars racially conscious infrastructure but what do the people most affected actually think of this, raymond arroyo hits the streets of new orleans to find out. a must-see seen and unseen next.
12:33 am
12:34 am
12:35 am
12:36 am
i got this mountain bike for only $11., the fair and honest bidding site. we sold an ipad worth $505 for less than $24. a stand mixer for less than $20. a 4k television for under $2. a macbook pro for under $16. as well as a playstation 4 for under $16. and brand new cars for less than $900. offers hundreds of auctions
12:37 am
every day. all auctions start at $0 and everything must go. and don't forget, we offer a full 90 day money back guarantee on your first bid pack purchase. i won these bluetooth headphones for $20. i got these three suitcases for less than $40. and shipping is always free. go to today and see how much you can save. there are auctions going on right now, so what are you waiting for? >> ♪ ♪ >> laura: it's time for our "seen and unseen" segbeelith. laura: time for seen and unseen where we expose the stories behind the headlines. we have an awesome one tonight. raymond arroyo joins us with a report on how the biden administration intends to spend billions of infrastructure dollars on racial equity. what is going on?
12:38 am
>> reporter: president biden toward a water plant in los angeles and talked about rebuilding bridges but those are a few hundred million dollar project. the infrastructure plan sets aside $621 billion to address what it calls historic inequities including $20 billion to tear down stretches of major interstate systems across the country including one right here in the big easy. >> i am standing under the claiborne expressway in new orleans, this bit of the eye 10 system was built in 1968. it cut through the middle of the traditionally black community, joe biden mentions it by name along with the iad one core doors in syracuse as examples of highways that divided racial communities, now in the name of racial equality president biden wants to spend $20 billion to
12:39 am
unite these and presumably do away with these highways. >> why would you take on the express way, the only way people get back and forth. there is no traffic right there. >> it will mess up the street with all the traffic. they need to fix it up better. >> why would you tear it down? it has been there since 1960. >> other people need a bridge to go to work. >> you wouldn't support it? >> i don't support them taking the bridge out. >> the overpass is a place everybody goes to party. on sunday the overpass packed, when you take away the overpass -- >> it represents my life. you know what i'm saying?
12:40 am
you know what i'm saying? we hang under there, we chill, everything. we all that good stuff. >> the biden infrastructure plan sets aside $20 billion to, quote, reconnect neighborhoods cut off by historic investments and insure new projects increase opportunity, advance racial equity and environmental justice. this all squares with what pete buttigieg, the transportation secretary, said several weeks ago. >> there is racism built into our highways and that's why the jobs plan has dollars specifically committed to reconnect communities that were divided by these dollars. >> reporter: the president says this is for racial equity, to reunite the community. does this reunite communities? >> the community is already reunited. in my opinion.
12:41 am
it is multicultural down here. leavitt be. >> how does it bring racial equality? how? somebody explain that to me. >> reporter: where would you like to see that $20 billion spent? >> we need a lot here. we have to worry if it is going to flood, you know what i'm saying? if it drizzles, you heard me? drizzles, put $20 billion and that. >> reporter: the president says, it is in his infrastructure plan, $20 billion set aside, he says it is racial equity because the claiborne expressway cut from a off from the rest of the city. >> the thing is some of it is good. if it ain't broke don't fix it.
12:42 am
>> not just in new orleans, biden is targeting parts of interstate systems in other cities as well. is that right? >> reporter: that is right, the iad one in syracuse is mentioned in the infrastructure plan, new york senator chuck schumer praised the idea of destroying parts of the interstate in the name of racial justice, ditto for houston was the biden administration and transportation department stopped construction on and 545 expansion citing civil rights and racial equality. there you have it. michelle obama says we need to listen to each other to end races. i wish people in government would listen to the communities most impacted and affected by these grand schemes, you hear what they are saying.
12:43 am
laura: next time you do these man on the street things ask about defunding the police if they want fewer police in new orleans. and they are going to want the police. this will narrative of the obamas and biden is totally down the tubes, thank you for that report. stunning new video from the border sheds new on where some of these migrants are coming from and talk to texas lieutenant governor dan patrick, don't go away.
12:44 am
12:45 am
12:46 am
12:47 am
12:48 am
>> ♪ ♪ >> laura: the biden administration wants you to believe that the border crisis is under control but jillian: the biden administration want you to believe the water crisis is under control but that's a total lie. just hours ago, we had this report from the southern border. >> and overuse sector this is quickly turned into one of the biggest hotspots on the us-mexico border with more than 700 migrants apprehended in this sector every single day and every day we've been here we've seen them crossing the rio grande like clockwork and we will show you some of that video, this is what we shot here earlier this morning, the
12:49 am
biggest group we've seen here, the group of 52 venezuelans crossing the rio grande when it was a little more shallow, brother kids with them, their infants, we had a chance to talk with some of the many of them telling us they just want to get out of venezuela come to the united states for a better life and this is the third day in a row we saw this, the other day was 46, the is a group of 25 mostly venezuelan and cuban and local sheriff's deputies are having to apprehend some of these migrants because border patrol is stretched so thin and we had a chance to speak with the deputy chief for border patrol who told us they need more resources, they have a tough job to do and some of the migrants they have a never-ending have criminal records. >> with apprehended 6000 criminal aliens between ports of entry. at the same time our border patrol agents have rescued almost 6000 people and so both those numbers are increased to >> border patrol went on to tell us two of the migrants they recently apprehended actually had serious criminal records, one was a convicted murderer, the other was a convicted child molester and we've been talking with local law enforcement on
12:50 am
the ground in del rio and some were not too thrilled with alejandra mayorkas's comments that the border is closed. one local official telling us if the border is closed i don't want to know what is when it is open. back to you. >> texas lieutenant governor dan patrick, venezuelans crossing the border, now people, convicted murderers, child molesters and yet the biden administration saying we've got it under control. >> it is unexplainable unless you accept the premise that they know exactly what is happening and they want it to happen because that's the only way you can explain it. they can't be this ignorant to what is happening. they see it, they don't want to acknowledge it. think about this, 60% of the people i was told today that are coming through the del rio sector which is a small sector, very narrow are coming from venezuela. they are flying from venezuela
12:51 am
to mexico city or cancun or monterrey, mexico and then they bus in. we now have a different class of people, different set of people, some better dressed than others but this is a more educated class fleeing their country and with other people, people from south africa, from haiti, from his pakistan, they are coming from all over. laura: this is the most ridiculous situation and we are hearing from people in new orleans, people on the streets of new orleans, what about the american people, we don't have feelings and are concerned about everybody but we have an american problem right now with what is happening with this prolonged response to the pandemic and locking kids in school or out of schools and so forth and now all of humanity is
12:52 am
going to show up and walk right in. >> we are only 3 weeks from the end of session but we had a meeting today with the legislature and we are going to put significantly more money tonight, significantly more money into our border security. we already spend close to $400 million a year of tax dollars we shouldn't have to spend to protect texas and american at the same time from the capitals coming in, we will significant the add to that, have more personnel, more assets on the border, we will do everything we humanly possibly can in texas because the border patrol are demoralized, taking care of families and in del rio the sheriff down there is overrun, his jail is overrun, it is a disaster designed by the biden administration. >> i was and all radio in may of 2019 and we thought was bad then, we were down there right before they instituted the
12:53 am
return to mexico policy, just starting to get going i believe. it was bad then. >> biden can turn this around overnight with the mexico policy. shannon: finally when you see how this has all enriched the cartels, they make thousands of dollars, if you have one word for the administration's response? >> the one word is it is disgraceful and you are allowing people to be enslaved, you are creating new -- >> we believe it disgraceful, thank you very much, sorry to cut you off, up next could your local library mean your closet member of the? cute -- kkk? when everything is racist. we will explain. find more ways to grow at
12:54 am
12:55 am
12:56 am
stand with his people israel now and forever more. inside these buildings in jerusalem and throughout israel there are many elderly jews who are suffering daily. and they need our help now. as christians and jews we know that we have a scriptural mandate to feed the hungry. and here there are thousands in desparate need. 17 years ago edna was in a horrible terrorist attack.
12:57 am
she's still in excruciating pain and she can't even afford her medicine. i've lost my will to live. all the time i suffer alone with sickness and pain. your help is urgently needed. please call right now and make a gift of $25 that will rush food and essential aid to an elderly jewish person struggling to survive. when you call right now, your gift's impact will be doubled to help save lives. for over 35 years, the international fellowship of christians and jews has been bringing christian and jewish communities together. and it's only with your help that we can meet this challenge and rush basic essentials like food boxes to the elderly who need it most. inside every food box we put a note letting the recipients know that it was provided by christians and jews who love them. it means so much to me.
12:58 am
your help will bring food to their tables and much needed peace into their lives. when you call right now, your gift's impact will be doubled to help save lives. i pray that god will speak to you even now. we need your help more than ever before. >> time for unit favorite recurring segment. >> when everything is racist. >> are you a big bookworm?
12:59 am
you like to go to the library? too bad because libraries are now racist and do not forget about the dastardly dewey decimal system. that is bad too. according to cornell university library in the cornell daily sun reporting during a virtual teach in, anti-asian racism, white supremacy is reinforced through those big book filled building, libraries the cells also have a history of being complicit in racism and in some cases upholding and disseminating racist ideas, she went on to say the dewey decimal system uses outdated terms to describe people of asian descent. the daily mail made shocking discoveries coming was, french and greek languages have multiple dewey sections apiece but east and southeast asian sections are given just one. what will come next?
1:00 am
calculators? just numbers in general? clouds? we will bring you these reports so you too can be as woke and informed as we are. that is all-time we have to night, don't forget, set your dvr for every weeknight so you never miss us. gutfeld takes it from here. >> a fox news alert, breaking overnight a california police officer is killed and another hurt, shot while serving a warrant, the country marks national police week. >> there is evidence ran somewhere is in russia. they have some responsibility to deal with this. todd: russian hackers blamed for the cyber attack on the critical colonial pipeline, the president says there is no link to putin, prices surge.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on