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♪ ♪ >> sean: the islanders started this. it happened again and tampa. ed needs to happen to every sport. take over the anthem. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham, that gives me goose bumps. >> laura: yes. and hannity, great moment. america loves patriotic spirit, and it was a great show, and i'm jammed. >> sean: for the people to do that everywhere and shut down politics and sports. >> laura: you got it. awesome show, sean. and i will see you tomorrow. i'm laura ingraham. this is "the ingraham angle" from washington. his facebook, twitter, and youtube over their alleged censorship? are they going to be finally held accountable? finally have to answer for silencing opposing voices,
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including donald trump? today his team filed a class has been lawsuit against the zuckerberg cabal, the lead attorney's units as of late to lay out his legal path to victory. but first, layout is legal path to victory. power grabs and needle jabs is the focus of tonight's angle. the barbarity of the left's covid doctor townsend school closures becomes more apparent. the great global researchers who love seeing us shut in and shut up, find within our economy destroyed it even turning kids into zombies, the political forces that exploited health years, the medical officials who became stars by helping them and the media that covered for them all, all of them should be held accountable. it took a while but americans are wising up to this charade yet despite everything the experts either got wrong or lied about they still think that
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parents should trust them and inject their kids with an experiential drug to prevent a disease almost none of those kids will get sick from. >> kids need to decide for themselves but we in the use determine if you are over 12 it is safe to get vaccinated and smart. >> we have determined it is safe and smart. translation, our big pharma overlords have decided we need to get rid of these vaccines before they expire. just like the so-called public health experts the media have 0 credibility and maximum culpability here. most adults have gotten at least one shot, many more already have natural or acquired immunity through prior exposure to covid. we are likely already a herd immunity threshold in most parts of the country but none of that, none of those facts will stop them from promoting the government's vaccine pressure campaign especially the ones that will target our children. the san francisco chronicle
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published a column yesterday saying my husband had a stroke after his covid vaccine, we gave our kid is shot anyway. she wrote as my husband recovered at home, my son stuck his arm out the car window and got his that. most media outlets refuse to discuss the adverse reactions linked to the vaccine even when they are among kids. >> a total of two minutes in the hospital. >> the responsible question to pose is which presents the greater risk? a child developing a series reaction to the vaccine or a child getting seriously ill from covid?
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in michigan, a rising high school freshman died 3 days after getting his covid vaccine the experts a safe and smart. he complained of common post fixing symptoms but in the 2 days between his immunization and death jacob went to sleep that night and never woke up. but these stories including the risk of heart damage rarely if ever get mentioned in the white house briefing room. because being honest about the true risk-benefit analysis would actually help their credibility but instead the government officials just seem to be getting more and more desperate. remember they dangled cash lotteries, free concert tickets and even free beer to increase vaccinations but biden still didn't reach 70% july 4th target so whoever's making the decisions decided it is time to intensify the pressure campaign.
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>> targeted door-to-door outreach to get remaining americans vaccinated by ensuring they have the information they need on how safe and accessible the vaccine is. >> going to do, this is creepy stuff, someone comes to your door outside wearing a mask showing up at your house claiming to work for the government asking you personal medical questions, what could possibly go wrong there? are these government vaccine ambassadors going to ask people about their vaccine status? what notes will they take on each door-to-door encounter and what will be done with those notes, how will this information be used? these are all important questions that bear directly on matters of personal medical privacy. that the biden administration can always rely on their big business and university power that all end up getting some federal help or federal money and end up doing the
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strong-arming for the hesitant americans. >> there are a lot of companies, 500 colleges and universities, growing numbers of hospitals and healthcare systems mandating vaccines for their employees their students, they want to create a safe environment for everyone. >> how ironic that a woman who once headed up the biggest abortion provider in america thinks she's an expert on creating safe environment. the fact is the past year has shown us that federal and state officials must never be allowed to use their emergency powers again. as we predicted, about a year ago we said this,. state governors are going to be using things like gun violence, climate change and racism to claim new emergency powers and expand their authority and once again he wrote your constitutional rights so i say it is time to lock them down and
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that is the angle. joining us now, internist, cardiologist, professor of medicine at texas a and m, doctor mccullough, these are getting more aggressive, more desperate and especially surrounding the kids. what do you make of this? >> it is a giant mistake. overall the equation is very unfavorable for vaccination of anyone below age 30. we know there are different risks, for moderna and pfizer the risks are myocarditis or inflammation of the heart and with girls and women age 18 to 48 is the risk to the brain, the vaccines have a dangerous mechanism of action. they hijacked the body's cellular machinery to produce dangerous bike protein, that happens in sensitive organs like
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the brain, heart, the blood stream, damages blood vessels and causes blood clotting and for those reasons unless we really have a compelling case no one under 30 should receive any of these vaccines. >> doctor richard that summer on cnn was saying this demonstrates the vaccine hesitancy we need to speed up the fda's formal vaccine approval. how is leapfrogging the normal vaccine approval process the right answer here? >> the position from doctors and nurses that they are not safe enough for approval for a gender 18 only 15 deaths reported, 75 deaths under age 30, too high for an illness that is infrequent, mild and treatable.
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>> doesn't that process take 7 to 10 years to get the formal vaccine approval or longer? >> even longer. the dossier of needed studies isn't there. >> doctor fauci was on television and had a message for those who don't want to get the covid vaccine. >> were not asking anybody to make a political statement one way or another. we are saying try to save your life. it is easy to get, it is free and it is readily available. you've got to ask what is the problem? get over it, get over this political statement, just get over it and try to save the lives of yourself and your family. laura: that's not arrogant or anything, your quick response. >> we gone 6 months, there has been no safety report from the cdc. americans are worried.
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ashley: in march a new law went into effect in washington dc that allows kids 11 and up to get vaccinated without parental consent. josh said the department of health after his 60-year-old daughter, resident of another state traveled to dc and requested she get a vaccine for summer camp without her parents knowledge and consent. he said he was opposed to his daughter getting the vaccination not just because of religious belief but also because she had severe reactions to multiple vaccinations when she was only 5. joining us is the attorney representing the family, your client's daughter did not end up getting the vaccine so what are your clients damages in this case? >> we are not seeking any monetary damages. we are seeking to enjoin washington dc from enforcing and implementing this law so if my clients daughter can't go back
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to another doctor in washington dc and get these shots without her parents being present. you pointed out my client's daughter did previously suffer serious reaction to the vaccine when she was 5 years old. she wasn't aware of that when she went to her doctor in washington dc recently that she wasn't aware she had that reaction so we wasn't aware to tell her doctor about that reaction and the cdc and manufacturers of the product say it is a precaution to obtain another dose if you had that prior reaction so without her parents being present, without them being involved she could have made a potentially dangerous decision medically. laura: how did she get to a doctor's office without either parent present? >> she recently turned 16 so she had access to somebody who was able to assist her.
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>> you reference elaborate subterfuge on the part of a doctorate georgetown pediatrics. explain what that was. >> the law itself in many ways provides for you could call it elaborate subterfuge on the parents. what it says is if a child comes in 11, 12, 13 years old and up and asks a pediatrician, a doctor or anybody else licensed to administer, to give them a vaccine, not only is the doctor to give the vaccine, the law actually requires the doctor, the school, the health insurance company and the health department to all actively concealed from the parent that the child received the vaccine. when i grow up i was told you are not supposed to lie to your parents. this law is not only encouraging lighting but mandates by law a
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child participate with those the child would normally view with us already an elaborate scheme of lying to their own parents. laura: people across the country are hearing this and can't believe it. parental rights being completely sublimated, attacked, suppressed. in dc, codified law. glad you filed this lawsuit, we are tracking this closely. 16 months into their emergency covid declaration, they refuse to give up emergency power that they declared, this is odd because illinois's covid caseload is plummeting. if you look at the graph it is down to nothing. new york's andrew cuomo and that his state's emergency declarations only to announce another, gun violence is the latest health emergency there but in minnesota the gop is fighting back. last week democrat governor
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attempted to extend his powers until august 1st but republicans have only one seat senate majority, state in special session and forced the governor to back down. joining us, the man who spearheaded this effort, senate majority leader paul kiesel,. you all have a liberal governor, democrat-controlled statehouse and the slimmest of slim margins in the senate. how do you outmaneuver them? >> he won well into the fall, greed dragged him to august 1st and july 1st and frankly the powers were so fast he funded abortion, eviction moratoriums, schools close and businesses, everything you could think of he took away from us and our liberty and set up a hotline to turn in people that violated the rules so it just was well well beyond what a governor should be
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doing so in the end, willing and able to work out a deal with house democrats to end the emergency powers against his wishes. the only legislation in the country, it was a big deal. it is about building relationships and stopping bad things. laura: this is at a time we had this enormous explosion of violence, breakdown of law and order. the racial question bubbling up. why was he trying to hold onto these powers? why was he doing it? >> taking away people at liberty was part of why we have such violence and anger through minnesota, this is a nationwide problem. i went to a meeting with 70 leaders around the country. all of them talked about emergency powers being abused.
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our governor and a lot of democrat governors that use the more than the typical republican governor have to stand up for our liberty. we did in minnesota by getting democrats to agree with us and that is a good model for the rest of the country. ashley: i think people got really demoralized when the extensions of closures continued, school closures, all the sports that were needlessly canceled. they felt hopeless and your message to republicans across the country tonight is if you can do it in liberal minnesota how about other states, pennsylvania beating powers back as well but other blue states there is hope there as well. >> it is important, think about the important of the legislative branch and executive branch. of the executive branch thinks they can do anything and put that in a democrat state they are going to run roughshod over
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the people, the people under the suppression, the day we did it, july 1st, it was a celebration. i thought we should end it on the fourth of july to make it next are good celebration but it is something we have to look at in the future too. we are going to look at legislation next year that doesn't allow the governor to keep it unless the house or senate agree it goes away. >> out of control, jb pritzker in illinois, gretchen were in michigan. all of them need to be shut down and the legislatures have to get involved. you are leading the way and thank you. maybe that's the next governor of minnesota. and now from state senator, donald trump decided it was time to take off the gloves against
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big tech and announced a major class-action lawsuit against facebook, twitter and youtube alleging the companies are essentially acting as quasi-state actors, the trump team seeks an array of damages and the end to the oppression of free speech, one of the lawyers leading the charge is here next exclusively. stay there. and the world needs lower carbon solutions to keep up. at chevron, we're working to find new ways forward, like through our venture capital group. backing technologies like electric vehicle charging, carbon capture and even nuclear fusion. we may not know just what lies ahead, but it's only human... to search for it.
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♪ ♪ >> >> there is no better evidence
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that big tech is out of control and the fact that they banned the sitting president of the united states earlier this year. if they can do it to me they can do it to anyone. the censorship is unlawful, unconstitutional and completely un-american. >> donald trump announcing he is leading a class-action lawsuit against facebook, google and twitter, three big tech companies that suspended him after january 6th and they claim they violated his first amendment rights. the lawsuit was filed at the southern district of florida. they think injunctive relief and damages for a group of americans to to the social media's decision to silence them. john cole, one of the group at leading attorneys, good to see you. explain in layman's terms how you can answer the claim these companies are just private enterprises, not government actors that are constraining -- constrained otherwise by the constitution. 's >> the supreme court over the
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years defined what makes one a government actor and by encouraging is one of the prongs of it and they did that when they gave these companies immunity. they gave it away before they even existed which makes it silly but they have encouraged them by giving them immunity to do things that congress can't do themselves, congress can't censor you. also by coalition. when all those democratic senators over the last year and a half kept threatening these companies if you don't do what we say and been trump, sensor trump, censored their definition of misinformation or hate speech we will maybe tear you apart,
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take away your immunity, whatever. the supreme court said you can't coerce them to do those things in the other thing you can't do is participate in government action as fauci did with facebook and cdc did with twitter and facebook. it is just fine if fauci or the cdc want to say something or give their opinion that is one thing but they do not have the right as government entities to censor people who may have a different opinion. what they did is they farm that out to facebook, twitter and google and they can't do that, that makes them state actors which means the first amendment, freedom of speech applies. >> when zuckerberg wrote that note to fauci that just came out 3 or 4 weeks ago when all those emails came out remember there was that paragraph toward the
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end of the note lauding fauci's leadership, the paragraph that was all blacked out and when you read it, you read it, it seemed like it might have been referencing we are going to do better to crackdown on misleading claims, that is where it seemed that probably would go, just my guests but that would be dispositive perhaps toward your claim that they were colluding as a quasi-state after. are you going to move to get that paragraph on blacked out? >> absolutely. get that paragraph unblocked. the thing is there's a lot of other evidence the cdc, fauci and others, nih worked with these companies to censor things. >> the legal analysts, tv lawyers are claiming that this is a frivolous claim that you've raised.
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>> this case is dead on arrival and donald trump and his lawyers know it. this is a pr stunt more than a legal case. >> as a former us district attorney, ms. mcquaid thinks the lawsuit has no legs. >> for somebody who just found out about it a few hours ago, i wish i was that smart. we worked day and night for 3 months to put together but she's much smarter than i am probably you are too, who knows. laura: one thing they immediately came out with and this wasn't surprising, person after person, don't need to play the montage, this is a fund-raising ploy, just donald trump trying to raise money, you have a class-action but you are going to take money for the class-action, legal fees and use
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it to advance i don't know, trump's political ambitions for the future or something like it. >> what is really sad is the hatred for donald trump surpasses all reason, behind me at that stage should have been the aclu which is going who knows where they are going, this is a classic suit for them and it is ridiculous, they are getting the conservatives this weekend five years they are going to get the liberals, you can't have this unrestrained free-speech taken away like this, it is really disgusting. >> one would think the republicans might have when they had the majority, paul ryan was speaker of the house, they had the majority in both houses there were a lot of conservatives especially think it is time to break up these tech companies but it wasn't
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done, always trying to be buddy buddy with zuckerberg, even donald trump had those guys at the white house, nodded together, is he regretting that now? >> he is he is. i've talked to him about that. one of the things that is really sad is this is prior restraint, that means i'm going to gag you before you talk because i think i know what you are going to say. you have been to the supreme court, it hates prior restraint, donald trump has been under prior restraint every hour of every day for 6 months and another 2 years or whatever it is. >> how many people in the class total? >> we don't know yet, thousands which they are coming out of the
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woodwork, nobody knew it existed. right now we have 75, 80 people, it will go into the thousands and we have to identify them as part of the class-action suit. jillian: thank you for joining us tonight and you heard a lot about the threat of white supremacists from the doj and others but what about black separatist. a police standoff in a massachusetts it's got scant coverage but we have standing details later in the show, yesterday the head of the teachers union claimed they don't even teach medical race. the schools, raymond arroyo his his hands on some of those lesson plans and exposes them all in seen and unseen next.
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spewing is time for our "seen and unseen" segment. where we expose the big cultural stories jillian: time for seen and unseen where we expose cultural stories of the day and return to fox news contributor raymond arroyo, the american federation of teachers having their annual conference and they vowed yesterday to sit lawyers on parents were groups that oppose critical race theory in the classroom.
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>> reporter: in the name of honest history and promoting critical thinking the union invited doctor ibrahim kinsey to address their teachers. >> we live in a dangerously racist society. there are racist ideas swirling around, teaching darker skinned kids there's something wrong with them because of the color of their skin. their ideas, teaching weight kids there's something right about them because of the color of their skin. >> there is a simple racial lesson all children should learn, we are all children of god, we look different but we should look inside the person and watch their actions, judge based on that, not on the external wrappings, that is all a child needs at that point. the president of aft made this statement at the top of the conference.
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>> critical race theory is not taught in elementary school or middle school or high school. >> but today during their close breakout session called racial diversity and white culture using picture books for antiracist teaching the aft went the site description reads in this session we will address tactics and tools educators can use to promote antiracist teaching methods from reading culturally responsive books to learning about implicit bias in the classroom so the union suggests using this book which is intended for 4 to wait-year-olds called something happened in our town, it features a cop shooting, the boxes, quote, the cop shot him because he was black, they don't like black men. the question is what impact does this have, this kind of story of a child toward police and contrary to that, the book leads with skin color as being determinative of whether a
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person is good or bad. this is not what kids need to be marinating in at school. >> aside from all of that which is all correct his commentary that he gets paid handsomely for i can't even imagine how much he gets paid for most appearances, he says racism is swirling around teaching and white kids are taught that they are right because of white and black kids, where is this happening? he needs to start naming the schools where that has been happening before he arrived on the scene. the aft is recommending picture books, not my ideas about whiteness, teaches kids they have privilege and contribute to white supremacy. you just have to check your white fragility right here.
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>> we are doing exactly what ibrahim is condemning, we are teaching weight kids they are bad because they are white. i don't understand, what needs to happen, what needs to happen, we need to show black and white lives, abolitionist and founding fathers like john adams and people like nat king cole and we armstrong and sports stars, we need to see the firmament that made america what it is and make that determination, they will see the struggle and the progress. i want to show you this that was featured at the top of the session. look. >> i'm just a schoolteacher. i didn't know we would be in the middle of a revolution, we have the support of the union, of my fellow teachers. i am proud. your reaction. laura: is that the syllabus? she can do whatever she wants in her private time or protest, that is fine but is that the
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classroom or are we dispensing with formal teaching completely? much of what they are doing is racist. they claim it is antiracist, that is a cute trick, most of it is racially affecting kids mindset very negative and sad. there is great black writers, black thinkers, all of them should be highlighted but don't demonize people based on race. it is wrong. there was a shocking event this past weekend that you might not have heard about, a group known as the rise of the moore's militia held an 8 hour standoff with police in massachusetts. who are they? how prevalent is this group and why aren't you hearing more about them? two men with intimate knowledge of these groups next with details.
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the musical >> is about 4:00 a.m. we have been out since 1:53:00 a.m. it >> about 4:00 am. 1:503 am. it is july 3rd, 2021. we are in north america, morocco, on interstate 95 near exit 57.4.
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>> this weekend, 11 heavily armed men wearing tactical gear and claiming exemption from us law and state law shutdown part of the massachusetts interstate during a traffic stop. they say they are part of a group that calls themselves the rise of the moore's and say they are on their way to, quote, training. the entire ordeal ended after an 8 hour standoff with police, and for reference, the capitol breach lasted about 3 hours. it became a pretty chaotic hearing. >> people -- >> it distended.
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>> about black or asian or hispanic. i'm imposing a constitutionally guaranteed right. we don't carry weapons, we carry arms. >> reasonable question to ask, why isn't this being covered by the media and what else do we need to know about them? join me or two men who know these types well. todd mcgee, former massachusetts state trooper in former assistant director, you know this group, i've never heard of this group but you know them well from your time as a state trooper. what can you tell us? >> we need to point back to sovereign citizen ideology and what is important is recognizing the recruitment tools and propaganda used by the rise of the moore's and other groups
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such as this and they will point to things like the treaty dating back to 1777. i've also seen 1787, a treaty between the united states and morocco. what the treaty was about was maritime laws that allowed privilege of the united states and the privileges for the moroccan country to support privileges based on economics, not treaties for citizen but economic reasons just like sovereign citizens will also use maritime laws to confuse law enforcement during the vehicle stops. we have to understand they don't recognize themselves as sovereign citizens. however their ideology is closely aligned to sovereign citizen ideology. >> is what one of the men set about their supposed rights.
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>> we have the right to travel, to have no tax or licenses. >> again, most people are just shocked by this and maybe shots were not all that shocked that the media gave it pretty much a beyond over the weekend. again what do americans need to understand about this? >> these groups emerged in the 90s in different iterations of the moorish nation, sovereign nation, i dealt with them when i was head of the fbi in north carolina, they don't recognize any authority whatsoever, they are basically a criminal organization or a set of criminal organizations that wrap themselves in a convoluted political ideology to commit crimes and the crimes they
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commit, prolific fraudsters, they take over someone's home and clean deeds and move into home when they are not there, commit tax fraud, file false tax returns, they've killed over a dozen police officers since 2002, particularly in baton rouge, louisiana, one moorish nation individual killed 3 officers and wounded 3 others so they present a clear and present danger to law enforcement and nobody should take them lightly. they aren't some benign political organization, that is just a façade. >> another member spoke about what they claimed were their travel plans. >> our vehicle is full of camping equipment which supports what i said about we are going to our private land to train which is our second amendment right. >> what kind of training are they doing, they seem to cite
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the constitution and then claim they are not beholden to any laws that are passed constitutionally. it is a very odd, picking and choosing what they will be held accountable by and 2. >> that is the argument, they say they are not antigovernment but the skirt around with their language, their ideology, they make reference that they are independent of the law, not antigovernment, if you're not following the laws of the us your antigovernment, but regarding the ideology to traveling, they sated their god-given right to travel, that's why they don't need drivers licenses. they split hairs, they find this way to manipulate words and make the words justify their actions.
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what we are seeing on social media, the flag and all these things, this is a propaganda recruitment tool. they will use and leverage this. we don't know how many are out there. there are conflicting numbers that watch and see the level of interest this incident will gain attention around the moore's. laura: we've heard a lot from our fbi director christopher and the attorney general of the united states mary garland about the growing white supremacist thread in the united states. i never heard these guys mentioned and yet in daytona a couple weeks ago in florida a black paramilitary individual shot and killed a daytona police officer. this doesn't fit the narrative
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of charlottesville or the white supremacists or everything they obsess on. why aren't we understanding more about them and why isn't the federal government speaking out about this? >> they present a danger to law enforcement, don't recognize any authority but are not recognized as extremists. southern poverty law center backed off on that, classified as a sovereign nation and almost a domestic terrorist group but they backed off on that and said they are antigovernment. it doesn't cut both ways. it should. this is a black extremist group primarily. we should come out and say that. they don't recognize any authority, they are more criminal organization than political or ideological base, the use that to justify their crimes because that is all they do. >> very interesting, thank you so much. up next two big angle announcements. stay there.
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