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all right, set your dvr and every night so you don't miss a episode. thank you to our wonderful studio audience.ybe we will pla trip there. >> ♪ ♪ >> hello. it's 5 o'clock in new york city and this is "the five." >> ♪ ♪ >> huge outrage after a u.s. track star has her olympic dreams crushed. sha'carri richardson just got suspended for one month and may miss out on the tokyo games after testing positive for marijuana last month during the
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trials where she won the 100 meter dash. she was favored to win the gold medal. she said she used marijuana to cope with the unexpected dating of her biological mother. many are outraged since pot is legal in 15 states including oregon where she was. others argue the rules are the rules and she broke them. the track star taking full responsibility for what happened. >> i take responsibility for my actions. i know what i did and what i was supposed to do. i made that decision. i am not making any excuses. people don't understand what it's like. i just say don't judge me because i am human.
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>> greg, olympic dreams curbed? >> they should have locked her up -- sorry i was thinking of kamala harris. it's ridiculous. you know whoever made this decision between the previous week might have had a mar tinny. we are talking about something that is legal -- if it's one edible, it's like having a couple of martini's. the way she handled it is super professional. she is taking responsibility. this is garbage. think about where we are right now. welet a trans-athlete male to female participate in the olympics. we control their testosterone but that doesn't reverse the effects of puberty. you still have more muscle mass. if you can allow that in the olympics, all bets are off. you can allow anything.
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the fact these rules still exist is amazing. biden talked about the other athlete. they should say something about this. she broke no laws. it's legal. the fellow athletes should be on her side. this is an afront to all of them. i think the track and field people are cowards. i don't know. >> [overlapping talking]. >> i feel bad she has to defend herself on this. i feel bad she had to bring up her personal issues. it's nobody's business why she does what she does. if somebody says why are you smoking pot, it's none of your business. i have a right to my pleasure and relief. it's none of their business. track and field the way they said we will try to help you --
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it was mushy stuff. i am babbleing. >> she has to go through some rehab or treatment to get reinstated for marijuana. >> yes. >> okay -- that's based on the rules. i did a lot of reading about performance enhancing drugs and marijuana is not one of them. why is it even on the list when professional sports here in the united states including nhl policies. the nba change its tunes and stopped testing. in the olympics, why is it still on the list? >> i have 3 thoughts. i disagree with you, greg. it is a stupid rule. i don't think marijuana is a performance enhancing drugs. although those that argue it has a medicinal affect.
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that's like a ped. i don't think you run faster because. marijuana. two it's absurd when dudes can take estrogen and compete but a woman can't smoke week and compete. >> exactly. >> number 3 and maybe the only one that matters: it's the rules. she knew the rule and broke the rule. she has to suffer the consequences. are we supposed to give her a pass and go back and change the rule. it doesn't matter if it's legal in 15 states because it's a world anti-doping agency. >> the world anti-doping agencies a joke. they allowed russia to switch urine samples at the olympics
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and they let russia compete. >> i agree. change the rules. doesn't mean you can break the rules. >> retroactively change it. >> i talked about sha'carri richardson a couple of weeks ago as my "one more thing." she lost her mother and went up into the stands to hug her grand mother. it was an international feel-good story that brings the olympics alive to us. with simone breaking those records and wearing her letards that i love. jen psaki did mention her. nike is standing by her. let her run the relay. she has a month's suspension. the least it could be.
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it could be 1 to 3 months. that takes her out of the 100 meter but she could be in the relay. make sure that sha'carri richardson is competing. that's how they can go a little bit towards making this right. >> i was stunned that thc is on the list next cocaine and heroin. >> yes. i agree with you guys on the absurdity and thc is not in the same class. >> right. >> competing as an athlete, that's a privilege. that's not a right. representing your country in the olympics is a privilege and not a right. as worthless as the olympic committee is, that's the rule. they updateed to affirm thc on the substance abuse list. they could reduce the suspension to one.
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but the bottom line is these athletes have to take the consequences because they know what they are. this is the converse of berry when the u.s. olympics commission did not prohibit her from demonstrating but the until olympic committee prohibits demonstrations on the podium. the athletes know what the rules are. they have to stick to it when i was an nfl cheerleader i knew exactly what the infraction would be. bottom line, the fact that she got into this having do reveal it to the public because a reporter asked her about her
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mother's death? >> she said some stranger told me your biological mother is dead. she said i don't fault the reporter. but she said it sent me into an emotional panic. as she tweeted i am human. >> i commend you for bringing up the fact you were a cheerleader. >> any time. >> way to drop that in there. >> any opportunity i have. >> i am boycotting the olympics. i don't see the problem with any substance when you list all of those substances. who cares? the all-drug olympics. >> [laughing]. >> it's over. when you be male to female competing and using drugs to compete all bets are off with everything else. if you are on cocaine, i don't
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care. puberty has a larger effect on the human body. this is absurd. hypocr hypocritical. i am not watching one second of the olympics. this is easy to boycott. >> i agree with you. in terms of like olympics preparation i am in the john belushi care. president biden bragging about the economy and saving americans 16 cents on their 4th of july barbecues. >> ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪
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♪ sometimes you wanna go ♪ ♪ where everybody knows your name ♪ ♪♪ ♪ and they're always glad you came ♪
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welcome back, america. it sure is good to see you.
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>> ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪ >> president biden patting himself on the back after jobs added. >> none of this happened by accident. it's a direct result of the
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american rescue plan. the last time the economy grew at this rate was in 1984 and ronald reagan said it's morning in america. it's close to afternoon here and the sun is coming out. >> the white house is getting mocked for a corny social media post bragging about how americans will save 16 cents on food at the 4th of july and biden was in no mood to take tough questions heading into the holiday weekend. >> i want to talk about happy things, man. you are asking me questions i will answer next week. this is a holiday weekend. i will celebrate it. great things are happening. covid-19 deaths are down 90% and wages are up. we are bringing troops only. >> will, don't you dare ask about the president about
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afghanistan as he is headed to a barbecue. that is unacceptable. >> he only wants to talk about happy things. it's late in the afternoon so it's dinnertime for uncle joe. time to retire and think about happy things. one thing i like about this past year, when you said the economy is growing at a record rate. it was shut down! it was at a grinding halt. it will pick up steam coming back from a total stop. you could take a liberal and conservative and say how do the ideas play out over decades? not this year. we have seen lockdowns worked and high unemployment insurance strung out over years worked. we have seen liberal policies play out and it's a resounding failure rate.
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joe biden's policy and lockdowns, we have real world evidence. these are failures. look at the states that came back to norm. 12 are red states that embody open policies with the economy. we can see the world around hus. >> jessica, i feel like will was talking to you that whole time. >> we were having a private moment. >> [laughing]. >> that's the bravest man on fox news. >> [laughing]. >> there was a lot of sense to what will was talking about. every month we get more information. started with the kick off of the pandemic. we had people on both sides saying no masks and then we got more information and it's
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airborne. there are population issues for blue states. it's different to manage that. we can't spread out here. i can't be away from my neighbor. if i live in a sparsely populated red states i could do. that you need to pay attention to the rise in covid infection rates going up in red states and we have a vaccination problem in those states. with the delta variant coming which is not more deadly but more transmissible that's on our radar. everyone in the hospital right now with covid is not vaccinated. everyone should get vaccinated. taking a victory lap on 850,000 jobs, the most of any presidency on record. we went through a depression. obama inherited a bum deal.
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this is more than pre-pandemic levels. >> those numbers include unemployment rising so there is a brokenness to the system. enlighten us to the real numbers we should be reminded about. >> instead of workers competing with each other for jobs employers are competing with each other to attract workers. the government is paying $300 a week extra for people to stay on. you. -- on unemployment. you have a record number of job openings. the job market would be growing much faster if this extra $300 did not exist for the
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unemployed. there is a scarsity of workers. people will try to fill up their cars over the weekend and there will be gas stations that don't have gas because they don't have enough truckers licenseed to haul fuel to get it the service stations. joe biden is talking about natural competition, if you look at the states have gotten rid of the extra unemployment benefits, people are falling off unemployment quicker in those states. expires in september. this is an economy or people on unemployment being propped up by the government intertension. the talk about 16 cents last year, because nobody celebrated 4th of july last year.
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16 cents will buy you 1/20th of gas -- >> are you upset it will cost $1,000 to fill up your defender tank? >> as a former professional cheerleader it's hard to be happy. i know what i doll with my 16 cents. i looked up at the one year cd. -- by this time next year that 15 cents will be 22 cents. >> you are rich. >> the thing about the economy, it's oddly dependable that you can turn it on and off like an air-conditioner on a hot day. last year we turned the thing off and kept the children away from the switches and then
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turned it back on. it's more like a self-driving car our economy. the president should be sitting in the drivers seat but not touching anything. just let it g. the scary thing about joe, he is not behind the wheel. somebody else is. >> yes. he is like the guy in arizona that was on his phone while the self-driving car crashed by wall. >> yes. good analogy. >> up next facebook wants you to report friends over what they post. they are singling out one political party. >> ♪ ♪ why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. by hitting eczema where it counts, dupixent helps heal your skin from within,
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>> ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪ >> critics worry this could shut down free speech. the social media platform warns users they have been exposed to extremist content. one notifications and. asks: are you concern someone you know is becoming an extremist. emily, i will go to you on this. i think we are all unified in thinking this could be abused and turn into a sea of notifications for anyone who disagrees with you. do you see any added benefit to this feature? >> yes, i see it as a giant waste of time and what they perceive to be an internal good idea. there is no ability to police it. it's similar to the weird
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judicial organization they created and said temperatures independent. -- it was independent. and take the president off the platforms. this is another magic idea to combat hate crimes. will it work? absolutely not. prison is filled because of their neighbor was a narc. this doesn't get to the root of the problem. tiktok that's a combustible platform. the seventh biggest one in the world. comprised 70% use. in this country 10 to 29 ages, that's the 70%. that's the thing leading to the rise of anti-semitic and encouraging people to engage in
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hate crimes. this is a game. look what we are doing to combat a real problem but it will have no bearing on addressing it. >> is this something in your opinion that they are doing to give in to lawmakers and political tops are up in arms on either side? >> i am sure that is true. i am sure this is done to appease democratic politicians that want them to exert more censorship. the word narc, the east germans can not control their people by police force. they controlled it by neighbors narcing on one another. that's what facebook is asking us to become the police of each other. i am done with complaining about
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facebook and twitter. i think the cemetery grave has been dug. the future is not one of censorship. what do we do about it? it has to be walking away you remember can't change facebook or twitter. someone will have to develop an alternative that embraces freedom. that's the only way this will change. >> so we know that facebook gives tremendous right of play to right wing sites. >> how dare you? >> [laughing]. >> what is happening on live television. >> [laughing]. >> there are many conservative leaning folks who work here and at the table. >> [laughing]. >> we are just giving you a hard time. >> go ahead.
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>> i think she just wanted you. >> [laughing]. >> snitches get stitches. >> this is so bad! >> [laughing]. >> extremism is a problem online. people are getting inspired to do terrible things and committing crimes online. what would be a useful solution to that? >> to not be involved in facebook at all. let me just guess: extremists is anybody wearing a red baseball cap in washington, d.c. in january, but a peacemaker is burning buildings and setting cop cars on fire and putting pictures on facebook. white supremacy fewer than 2% of your technical employees are black americans. maybe you need to look inward
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rather than outward. i will hang around for reasonable people who care about their privacy and sanity. they got enough butter cake recipes off facebook. they will leave and the people left will be snitching on each other. i will hang around for that that sewage lagoon explosion. >> i want to start with a movie recommendation. east germany, there is a great film called the lives of others. one of the best movies about a narcing nation which is the title of my next book. this inclination to narc on people is fueled. it's happening in the media. they are generating a witch hunt
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faced on the phantom of white supremacy. as they talk about this and you have the fbi and whatever, they never tell you who this phantom group is that are committing arson? no. looting? no. beating up people on the streak and attacking elderly asians. that's not them. we are seeing people engaging in in idea of going after other people and scaring them rather than depath them. -- debating them. this is about eliminating people from the field of debate so they go under ground. facebook it's a cowardly act to appeal this white supremacy terror threat. it's the new mccarthyism. >> if it's extremist to wonder
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about the origins of covid and wonder about a therapeutic drug, then count me as a radical. >> instagram is owned by facebook. they tried to discourage me from calling my dog fat. i am not kidding. fat is a word that gets reported. >> i called him jack rabbit fat. >> wow! >> we need to have a discussion before you come back to this show because that's offensive. >> charlie and ramon are beautiful. should you give up grilling? that's setting up a huge debate next. >> ♪ ♪ oh! are you using liberty mutual's coverage customizer tool? so you only pay for what you need. sorry? limu, you're an animal!
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>> welcome back. it's time for the fastest-7. a writer is setting off the internet with rage including an recall titled admit. claiming grille is dirty and cooking inside and easier and better. greg, did you write this? >> no, this is literally a hot take. somebody waits until serve doing something and then say it's sucks. he waited until july 4th. grilling sucks. it's the same guy who around halloween says costumes are culture appropriation. and when christmas, it's capital
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conspiracy and it gets him on "the five." good for you. >> i felt like this was way too strong of an opinion. i think it's awesome. i love grilling outside. him talking about the things are dripping, maybe that's true but i love grilling outside. >> good for you. >> the main point is it's dirty. nobody cleans their grill. >> do you clean your grill? >> i don't have a grill because i live in new york city apartments. we rented a house during covid that had a grill. opened it up and it had the last people's food on it. >> heat up the grill and it burns it off. >> this has been a fun couple of days on twitter which rarely happens. commend him? >> no.
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>> it's a dude writing this but this is the take of all women. men get a little too excited about the grill. you get to drink beers! >> is that your male voice? >> that's my natural voice. i raise it a few octaves. then there is always an uneven cook on the stakes. the -- stakes. steacans. >> you are a sexist? >> i would rather cook food that is done that won't give me salomonella. >> grizzlies are out and smokers
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>> ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪ >> yeah! the drag race. "fan mail friday" answering your questions. a little rainbow on my mug. i just noticed that. this is from christina: if you gave yourself an award, what would it be for? i will go to emily. >> teaming up with you. >> [laughing]. >> outstanding cheerleader. she was a cheerleader for the raiders and a defense lawyer. she not only defended criminals she road trip for them.
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that's hilarious. will? >> i can take a beating. i can fail. resilient. >> there you go. >> resilient. >> [laughing]. >> that's like a generic name of a company. jessica? >> i think i am pretty like fast thinking. if someone says something and you have a couple of seconds to come up with a full-scale 90 second defense of the biden administration, i could do that. >> seeing phoney people who would wrong you with 5 minutes. >> that's a very southern trait. >> i hope you are an accurate. >> that's an old quote. we knew right from wrong and could spot a phoney before he
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ever said his first words. i don't want a crown. i want a scepter. >> i can time -- i don't know what it is. i can order my food and get it to the point by the time i am home the delivery man is there. i time everything i do. it's a bit weird. i have problems. i have big problems. ball chicks and what is something you just discovered is a fact that you did not? that's a tough question. >> the answer should be aliens. >> they are flooding the border? >> ufo's. green aliens. the other kind. >> maybe for you. some of us are more worldly. >> dagan knew i was a fraud.
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>> i didn't say that out loud. >> jessica? >> i am running into in adulthood being confronted by how many things i thought were true as a kid. the stories about your family. this is the year my grandmother came. and then my mom, you have a drink. what are you talking about? and you have been spreading this. >> she said her mom had a native-american cheekbones and she was lying to her kid all along. >> i had the reverse. the word mis-moo my father used to refer to bellybutton lint is not a word. >> did you use with it somebody else? >> that's what happened. it was wasn't that long ago.
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>> i went with the one thing i learned this year which was embarrassing. i thought that veal was like its own animal. i didn't know. and i don't eat veal anymore. i don't know why that should impact he eating. i will have veal tonight. "one more thing" is up next. >> ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪ we made usaa insurance for members like martin. an air force veteran made of doing what's right, not what's easy. so when a hailstorm hit, usaa reached out before he could even inspect the damage. that's how you do it right. usaa insurance is made just the way martin's family needs it with hassle-free claims, he got paid before his neighbor even got started.
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♪welcome back to that same old place♪ ♪that you laughed about♪ ♪well, the names have all changed♪ ♪since you hung around♪ welcome back, america. it sure is good to see you.
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>> ♪ ♪ >> before we get to "one more thing," a huge announcement. "the five" turns ten next week. a lot of fun, celebrations and many surprises planned. starting on tuesday. you better tune in.
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it will be a good one. greg, "one more thing." >> i remember when i was ten, [laughing]. i don't know what i mean by that. let's do this. >> ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪ >> yeah! it's the 4th of july weekend. a lot of the cable news anchors, celebrities take off early on fridays. some are already enjoying a picnic. brian at a nearby resort. >> he is cuter. >> an unreliable source of fiber. >> [laughing]. >> i will see your groundhog and raise you this. imagine going through your filing cabinent looking for old
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cancel checks. that's in australia. that man is a snake catcher. non-venomous. >> this feeds into you dagan since you like stories about men. >> oh my gosh. >> the run away boat on a trailer. >> [laughing]. >> he is going to crash. >> doesn't have brakes. doesn't have it hitched to a car. this could have been a sequel for speed. run away boat. it's short. >> yes. >> [laughing]. >> this is not sexist. i knew a woman who did not put
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her ferrari into park and it blew up inside of a mountain in colorado and i saw it. >> i have an awesome independence celebration idea for you if you live in north carolina. the amazing united states vernon jones corp and parachute group are putting on a highlight veterans show. you can see them parachute. these teams are made of up of special forces veterans. it's free. >> you have ever jumped? >> one time. >> and bring some video. >> and when you were a cheerleader? >> it was selong ago. it was on vhs.
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>> that was different.o long ag. it was on vhs. >> that was different. >> jessica? >> this is not patriotic. happy 4th of july. i love america and all of that stuff. >> but, but? >> speak ever things i am more interested in. a lot of beautiful scenery in colorado to take in. you may see dexter who is a six-year-old spaniel. he was in an accident and lost both front legs and walked around town on just his hind legs. he is on popular on social media. his owners had already buried 2 other dogs and could not bear thought of losing another one. shout out to my brother who
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flagged dexter to me a couple of years ago. and said do "one more thing" about dexter. >> that would have been a great celebrity sighting. >> i don't want to know who you are going to say that was. >> "gutfeld!" tonight 11 p.m. that does it for ♪♪ [national anthem]


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