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racist question mike >> it is a redux of jim crow. >> some people don't want some people to vote. >> what do you think about the possibility that baseball decided to move their baseball game out of atlanta? >> i would support them. >> are you tired of democrats pushing politics in sports? get georgette wright is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> sean: here is lower. happy monday. >> laura: hey, that last little clip of biden, i thought you were doing one of those old conan o'brien things with the mouth just moved. i didn't even know that was actually -- was that actually president biden? it looked like the lips were just moving in the head was not moving. >> sean: people knew the real laura ingraham that i've known, you have a wicked sense of humor. that's all i can say. you really do. >> laura: thank you, hannity. thank you for highlighting the georgia group. i love it. great show. all right. i'm laura ingraham this is the
"the ingraham angle" from washington and we have new details indicating that enough illegal votes occurred in the georgia election to tip the results. the full report in moments. plus, new issues surrounding hunter biden's potential art deals. and why are harry and meghan getting another award which among raymond arroyo explains it in "seen and unseen." but first, the anti-democrats, that's the focus of tonight's angle. all right. for years, the democrats have desperately tried to cement this narrative that conservatives are working feverishly to undermined democracy while liberals are working tyler leslie to preserve it. so they spent about four years, lied about president trump and russia, claiming that he had a soft spot for dictators. but after the election, they vilified as antidemocratic anyone who raised any question about voting irregularity. and of course, they seized on
january 6th as proof that the republican party is synonymous with domestic terror. >> our democracy is under unprecedented assault. unlike anything we have seen in modern times. >> accountability is also needed for the republicans that have underpinned this assault. >> in times of the people, we come to realize to appreciate just how vital the rule of law truly is. >> we have serious and existential threats to our democracy on our hands. >> laura: i like pelosi better with the mask. of course, once again, the finger they are wagging at us as always pointed back at them. in fact, it is they are alliances, impulses, their rhetoric and their actions that are supremely undemocratic. with either going to run to the courts to override the will of the people or their extension of emergency powers during a pandemic.
they prefer governing by fiats. it's much easier than having to convince voters that progressive priorities, things like defunding the police and teaching critical race theory make any sense at all. and of course, these anti-democrats skirt the first amendment by getting their comrades at google, facebook, twitter to censor their political adversaries for them. but what they've done to president trump for goodness sake. and of all the antidemocratic stalwarts out there, senator dick durbin is in a category of his own. clawing to remain relevant in the woke era, this old dinosaur has instead lumbered into la-la land. >> we need to keep marching until we cross that bridge and stop this assault on our democracy. the thought of young men who stormed the beaches of normandy on d-day running straight into enemy fire knowing well that they might die to preserve
democracy. surely we are better and braver than this. >> laura: first of all, a guy who back in 2005 likened our military and imprisoned al qaeda to the, to the soviets, and paul potts, he should probably drop the military analogies i'm thinking. if ardent democracy is on the line, it's because for decades people like him have refused to address the issues that directly impact the lives of every american. here are some of the recent headlines about life in his state of illinois. the illinois exodus is continuing through the covid-19 pandemic with illinois losing 40% more people venting gained in 2020, ranking it fourth worst in the nation. and he must know that illinois pension death is a ticking time bomb. according to moody's, it's the worse in the nation. at the end of june, it was
317 billion, double the states official estimates. and to illinois governor j.b. pritzker and durbin give a darn about the jobs states crisis? the data there is enraging. according to illinois politics, 64% remain unemployed in may, 19% left the labor force altogether. the pro-covert lunacy, the shutdown lunacy of illinois, the elected officials they are, they have been tied for eighth highest unemployment rate in the country. and illinois crown jewel, chicago, boasts among the highest crime rates in america. you see what happens there over the weekend. but durbin does not want to attack any of those problems. no. today the valiant defender of democracy instead focused his floor speech on attacking tucker and me. >> there are two hosts of programs on fox prime time that can only be characterized as
anti-vax quacks. i am referring of course to tucker carlson and laura ingraham. they have been spreading what i consider to be irresponsible information about vaccines across america, and about the effort of this nation to deal with them. if there are things that can remove you from the air for being said on a program, i certainly hope that they will caution -- the management of the station -- will caution tucker carlson and laura ingraham. >> laura: what is his name? doug durbin. it's not a station. it's a network, grandpa. first off, none of this is about the vaccine. this is all about suppressing speech ahead of next year's midterm. this windbag has been in washington for almost 40 years. he was first elected to congress when i was a college freshman. that's a long time ago. what does he have to show for it? all those years? does he have a state that is better run, better off than his
red state counterpart? no, and no. durbin, like the rest of the anti-democrats desires total control over the information flow to you, the voters. no reviews allowed, especially when those views are backed out by actual facts and data. i don't have to remind you, i don't think, that they show has been at the forefront of all things covid since the early days of the pandemic. and our medical asks mike experts actually are experts. they deserve to be called experts. they have been insanely accurate on everything from the opposition to the need for school closures to the discussing of the most effective covid therapies. of course, to the viral origins question. and we were right about the insanity of requiring covert vaccinations of healthy young americans, especially school-aged children. there is nothing more
antidemocratic, antifreedom, then pushing an experimental drugs on americans against their will. threatening them, threatening to deprive them of basic liberties, if they don't comply. especially if they don't have adequate information about the risk-benefit analysis of taking this an experimental drug. now, the angle has done with dick durbin would not do or would not want to entertain. featuring actual americans who did comply and did trust the government's experts. >> on march 3rd i got my second dose here and woke up on march 4th. i got out of pain in my right eye. it was so bad. the next thing i know i am on the floor in my bedroom. my husband side let me try to get you on the bed. i could not move -- get out. >> laura: she is still paralyzed on one side of her
body. why does dick durbin not want these types of stories to be told? i thought he believed in bodily autonomy after all. and the antidemocracy fight is raging on the state level too. when republicans in the texas state house advance legislation to safeguard future elections, among other things, the party supposedly dedicated to preserving democracy decided instead to cut and run to mommy and daddy in d.c. >> they are planning to leave the state until the session and spirits of the second session can last up to 30 days or a few days an end so they are going to washington, d.c., for three weeks where they hope to put a spotlight on this legislation as well as lobby for federal voting legislation because they think that is the end game. >> laura: no. state officials who believe federal intervention is the end game. forget texas voters who elected state representatives to actually do this thing called pass laws.
let them all eat cake or bad barbecue or at least fly commercial. because when texas is supposed to champions of democracy ran away from home, they showed their true working-class bona fide buddies by flying private. it's only in washington, d.c., would fling your responsibilities via a private plane be described as brave. >> we want to start by making a statement about the legislators in texas who are showing extraordinary courage and commitment. i do believe that fighting for the right to vote is as american as apple pie. it is so fundamental for fighting for the tenants of our democracy. so i applaud them. >> laura: fighting for the right to vote -- by not voting -- is fighting for the principles of our democracy.
that is really cool. the anti-democrats, on top of everything else they are doing, really do think you are just stupid. and that's the angle. joining me now, texas governor greg abbott. governor, democrats in your state literally ran away from the democracy that they swore to uphold and protect. your reaction to what happened today. >> isn't that the most on-texan thing you have ever heard? texans running from a fight? they are quitters. it's like during a football game or baseball game taking their equipment when they are way behind and just leaving the field. that is not the way that texans do things. and you captured it perfectly. that is they are leaving and abandoning their right to vote. i tell you what. it's crazy. but, laura, this is not over. because as was pointed out in that prelude, we have special
sessions that last 30 days. and the governor calls them and i will continue calling special session after special session because over time, it's going to continue until list above to vote. but i have to point this out. the thesis that they are operating under is completely false because with a texas law does doesn't hinder anybody abilities to vote. interestingly, when texas is seeking to do is add additional hours to vote. texas had 12 days of early voting and hours of which will be expanded, and will ensure that hours are expended on election day also so their entire thesis is completely wrong. and compare early voting in texas with early voting that we have in delaware. texas has 12 days of early voting, delaware has zero days of early voting. why am i picking on delaware? because that is where the president himself voted in the last election. and if anybody wants to talk about voter suppression, they should be talking about delaware, not texas. >> laura: one texas state
congresswoman is going to demand something of biden and the democrats do. what they should do when she actually gets face-to-face with them here in d.c. watch. >> for me, it's going to be more so of and ask for him to push as hard as he can. this filibuster -- we have to do away with it because once again, it's republicans being allowed to be obstructionist. >> laura: governor, they fled texas to mommy and daddy and in d.c. and the republicans are obstructionist. please explain that for a view is today. >> one word. hypocrisy. they are using a filibuster to flee the state of texas to plead with the president to do away with the filibuster in washington, d.c. that is the example of hypocrisy on its face. and that's one reason why they are losing arguments with regard to voting on this issue and other issues in the state of texas. but i want to point this out for
your viewers were watching from texas, because by the democrats fleeing, they are also fling what we are trying to achieve by cutting our property taxes making sure that we secure the border. by funding very important project such as law enforcement and communities that have high crime. and so but filling the state of texas, they are doing more than just the opinion of the president. they are using taxpayer money on this political junk to washington, d.c., to prevent us from passing laws that will make our community safer. >> laura: i have a question. does anyone know who pays for the private plane and the luxury bus? is it all on the up enough? it's not cheap, right? >> this is not cheap for the travel. so get this. they are getting paid, going to get food all that kind of stuff. but they are still getting taxpayer-based money and their staffs are still getting taxpayer-based money. so they are still living off of
the government dime even while on this trip. all the while, they are doing fund-raising projects online, trying to raise money for this. and it really is both hypocritical, despicable, but it's really the worst thing you could say about a texan is that they are so afraid. they are running away from a fight that they were hired by their voters to do. they were hired by the voters to go to the capital and articulate what their opinion was. >> laura: they have this luxury bus that you see as well. one of -- this is a buffoon's on the bus had something to say about you tonight, governor. >> we are dealing with an obstinate governor who wants i guess to run his primary campaign on the back of taxpayers at our expense. we're not going to put up for that. our hardworking men and women and the community are effectively shut out of the process to even bring ideas, to have some kind of normal discussion on voter suppression, they are trying to take away our right to vote and, and we're not going to put up with it.
we are going to fight. >> laura: your response. all about your own political -- >> we are taking away their ability to inject their ideas because they have fled the state and gone to washington and some may be to other locations. you cannot inject new ideas if you don't show up and do your job. >> laura: there's no complaining about democrats running to the courts but is there any texas state supreme court to move here boys that -- a political question that would be considered? >> there is no law issue. with the laws, in the constitution, that is the house -- the state house of representatives who are here in the capital in austin right now, they do have the ability to issue a call to have their fellow members to be arrested only so long as that arrest is made in the state of texas. that's why they fled the state. once a step back into the state of texas, they will be arrested and brought to the texas capital and we will be conducting
business. >> laura: looking forward to that. thank you for being with us. and why are democrats in states like texas asking so petulantly? because they are running out of time to change elections forever pray the left claims that voter fraud does not exist, but that is false. getting new evidence about how it happened in georgia. and a new piece in the federalist, a former clerk and the seventh circuit court of appeals writes a 35,000 illegal votes uncovered in the 2020 georgia race. that number easily exceed the 12,670 vote that separated biden antron. senior contributor joins me now. margo, i know the liberals who love to hate watch the show will say there they go again. another conspiracy theory. explain what happens in georgia that the viewers are not aware of. >> thanks so much. what we are talking here about is actually not voter fraud but
illegal votes. which really doesn't matter. voter fraud or illegal votes, what you have are votes that are canceling out lawful votes and disenfranchising legal voters in georgia. what we have is that right after the election, there were some data run by an expert in georgia named mark. and he found over 35,000 -- and voted in the prior county. now at the, everyone kept saying that his military or possibly students. we don't know that those are illegal those. but what we have now is evidence that these were not temporary relocations because those exact same voters. there is only about 10,300 right now, but is growing. those same voters updated their
voter registration and gave their new address. and as i said, that number is continuing to grow. but it is the voters themselves saying yes, this was a permanent move. we are talking about clear evidence where the secretary of state's office is investigating this. it is not a case of some wacko conspiracy theory. and if democrats really cared about the right to vote, they would care about this issue. they would look at this evidence of illegal voting and say we need to do something to make sure this does not happen because every time someone casts an illegal votes, it is disenfranchising a lawful voter. >> laura: is why when people say it's not voter fraud, it's voter irregularity, well, it all ends of perpetrating a --
speaking of canceled culture, this is the ultimate cancel culture because it cancels out another lawfully cast vote, whether it is done on the republican side or democrat. it's not good. >> absolutely. >> laura: it's against the georgia law, correct? >> absolutely. it is expressly stated that if you really kate from one county to another county, more than 30 days before the election, you cannot cast a vote in the prior county. and it makes sense because you're going to be voting for county officials, house, senate for the state, as well as representatives. so the law is absolutely clear that that is illegal. whether or not it is fraudulent as a matter. it is still disenfranchising people. in fact, there is over 100,000 people who were in the similar situation. they didn't vote. >> laura: it such an important
article. thank you, margo, for explaining it very clearly so we understood it. speaking of fighting for democracy, the response from the left and mediate regarding the cuban protests a little revealing trade former secretary of state mike pompeo is here and moments. he is going to tee off on that. and ramin is coming up on meghan and harry and a lot more. don't go away. y wait? we're here nights, weekends and right now, to give you exceptional care and 20% off your treatment plan. new patients, take the first step with a complete exam and x-rays that are free without insurance. because our nationwide network of over 1,500 doctors at 900 locations all have one goal — to make you smile, today. start now. call 1-800-aspendental or book online at aspendental.com
♪ ♪ >> laura: from porting democracy at home, can always count on the american brought to stand with dictators. upon fidel castro's death, jimmy carter remarked that he and roslyn remembered fondly there visits to him in cuba and his love of his country. obama continued that democratic tradition attending a baseball game with raul -- and health care. in the media even gets in the game. who could forget barbara walters fawning 2020 interview with castro? that was classic. so it should come as no surprise that with the democratic protests spelling out this weekend, the media, well, they look for a cuban scapegoat. >> there is no question that the pandemic has made everything much worse.
>> people there are outraged over the country's coronavirus response. >> the life has become intolerable during the pandemic. >> laura: but "the new york times" might've had the best reaction writing that the protests were shouting "freedom" and other antigovernment slogans. something tells me the times as just being honest about where they stood. joining me now, former secretary of state, fox news contributor, mike pompeo. secretary pompeo, the reaction from the media and the democrats, the left, has been, i think, quite revealing to people who forgotten that they were doing the same kind of thing with the soviet union back in that '80s when i was in college. >> yes, thanks for having me on the show. it is absolutely the case where they pointed the finger. pointed the finger at the american spirit the truth is this is about communism. this is about socialism. this is about people demanding
freedom. lives of the family won't be better next generation for they know that their country was designated by a state sponsor of terror for they know that things aren't good. the conditions of the evil leadership in the communist dictates have swilled their lives and they want freedom. we seem to be advice and american flags. these are people understand. if using anybody down in florida who left cuba, those exiles that are now living in america, they know freedom, they know the route of it, they know the benefits of it, they know why it matters to they sold their pocketbook. all the people are asking for. it is about the coronavirus, this is not about an american plot paid this is the cuban people funnel and -- >> laura: they did not the same thing did they not during the hong kong protest. there is a very needed reaction by the elites here in the united states. we pointed out with the sports community was doing. which was supporting real support of what was happening in
kong kong. that is a huge issue there. this is not really surprising, is it, to anyone who has seen what they've done over the years? >> not at all. it is the case of the left is always coax -- always played footsie with them. have not seen the evil that is perpetrated by them. they slump it operates on positive and good so far as to say boy that system works pretty good trade this is what they said about the chinese communist party. wow, the head of covid really well. we know it communism does two countries. we know what it does to the souls of people and don't understand why that's democrats are silent on this today. this is an important opportunity for the cuban people, the american people need to stand alongside them. there are so many things we can do. wow to help them gain this very freedom that they are out in the streets demanding. we need to be with the cuban people prayed the trump administration had the right end of the stake. we put enormous pressure on the cuban leadership. i hope the biden team once release the pressure that we had on the cuban leadership. that pressure plus the freedom
demands of these people is likely to lead to a very good outcome for cuba and i was a result outcome for the security of america as well. >> laura: is not the case that this administration thinks that conservatives in the united states who wave the american flag and not on memorial day or fourth of july and flight all the time or heaven forbid vote or something. they are the biggest threat to the united states. they are domestic terrorists were approaching -- much bigger threat than a communist dictatorship in cuba or maybe even china. at this point. look at the efforts they are putting into january 6th. if the land they put that effort into changing things in cuba. speak of the irony there is that they often say that -- they are the team that love human rights and yet we see the human rights that are being violated their and we know these same people would love nothing more than to come to the united states of america, the same place that these democrats
are denigrating. the very flags that they are denigrating is the very flag that the cuban people so desperately want to have on their side. it shouldn't escape us, this hypocrisy. it is dangerous when the democrats undermine our republic. we can do better. i'm confident the american people can see that. and if we get this right, we'll improve the rights of people all across the world, and america will be safer and more secure. i am rooting for the cuban people today. >> laura: great people. white have press secretary jen psaki, secretary pompeo, she seemed a bit stumped by common truth be told, very difficult question. >> does the administration support international presidents flying the american flag which makes for good a president certainly values and respects the simple of the american flag. he is someone who waives it outside of his house or dozen delaware and other places where he has lived throughout his time. but he also believes that people have the right to peacefully
protest anything smoke can be true. >> laura: how difficult is it to say the american flag is the greatest symbol of freedom on earth? >> it's really straightforward. and pretty darn simple. when you see her dance around it that way, you can tell she is nervous about answering the question. if it's about answering the question about the american flag for the other tell is that when folks denigrate our flag and diminish america, they won't call out their own team. they want to call a bernie sanders when he says cuba is a great place, has a great health care system. phone call out aoc or the squad when the undermine american values. that means that they are uncomfortable -- they might mouth the right words for a moment but they're not going to defend it with all the glory that it deserves. >> laura: thanks for being with us tonight. and up next, hunter biden's high-priced art is leaving an impression of corruption. and harry and meghan with the most ridiculous award ever.
♪ ♪ >> laura: it's time for a "seen and unseen" segment where we unpacked the cultural stories of the day. and for that, we turn to raymond arroyo. raymond, biden is finally admitting there is a crime epidemic across the country. >> laura, the president told the white house meeting today with the local leaders to address the problem. and though he has said there is no one-size-fits-all solution, and he fretted over the sales of firearms, the rest of biden's remarks may require their own criminal investigation. >> we had convened a group of law enforcement and other community leaders including mayors of our cities and it has been -- you know, i guess i look -- we have been at this a long
time. >> oh, boy. the only reason he is addressing this at all is because he has seen the polls that you are seeing. abc news said only 38% of americans believe he is doing a good job on crime. he has to do something here. his big plan? use the covid relief funds to pay for -- wait for it -- police. that's the plan. >> laura: maybe not work to defund that lease initially and then you have to do that. speaking of productivity, a serious question, total legitimate about hunter biden's new art career. his agent is saying his "work" could fetch between 75 to $500,000 apiece? what? >> this is the problem. look at this art. hunter biden -- now he blows them through it for cash. i would describe this art as a fusion of ink splatters and mold
spores. whatever it is, it is not worth $500,000, which begs the question, might people by his art to curry influence with his father? don't worry. jen psaki has the solution. >> the galleries will not share information about buyers or projective buyers including their relation to hunter biden which provides a level of protection and transparency and transparency. >> no doesn't. the glens had the global initiative. the bidens has hunters art bazaar. this reeks of influence. and one a picasso last week sold for $150,000, you're telling me hunter biden's spittle art is worth more? come on. >> laura: i'm telling you, one of those things, what kind of looks like you are doing a cocaine there but watching that, that's an interesting deal. all right. we have a royal problem, a royal -- >> before i get to the royal updates, the reason the hunter
biden are things matter so much, remember, he is under federal investigation for money laundering right now. and that last one showed he and his father's banking accounts were conjoined and he may have paid his dad off. that needs attention. wait to watch that. but your favorite royals, harry and meghan, are getting an award from a group called population matters. the organizer and said they are granting them the award for limiting their family size. one probably the most famous couple in the world say they choose to stop at two, they helped to popularize and normalize that choice, the group says. and for affirming that a smaller family it is also a happy family. the suffixes are such a happy group a look at the joy they've instigated among their own client. one doesn't talk to her father, the other has been trip of his title paid but this may be the first time a couple has gotten an award for not doing anything at all. that's pretty good. >> laura: did they say -- we
are stopping at two. was that there big ? >> a few years ago they said they are going to stop at four, but i guess the number has dropped because it's award season. >> laura: i have to say, i'm still trying to get over -- what if i buy which of hunter biden's pieces of art? you call them up and say i'm the one who bought your painting? they say and ominous. oh, i bought your painting. would love to see your dad next month about -- that's how they get around that. this whole thing is ridiculous. >> the entire firewall of ethics here is the agent, who, by the way, probably gets 50% of every painting. so $250,000, you think he is not going to tell somebody? come on. it gives the appearance of fraud if it is not fraud. >> laura: thank you. i need something for this wall here.
effective legislature. they had to kick up dust to distract from their own policy failures. a "washington post" abc poll finding that just 33% of voters approve of biden's handling of immigration, only 38% think that biden is doing well on crime and from school covid closures to what is being taught, biden has decided to side with teachers unions over parents which is presenting a huge problem for the democrats be joining me now is ari fleischer, former white house packets secretary, and mark meadows, former trump white house chief of staff. mark, the hill is noting that biden's biggest vulnerability is not any single issue, it's the risk that he could be seeing losing control of events which i thought was a pretty good inside. at that is supposed to bring all this common unity. >> well, it is good inside. i can tell you that what the american people are saying as you mentioned is the fact that
joe biden is not take control of anything other than trying to control the narrative and end he is not even doing well at that. he has picked the wrong side. he has picked teachers unions. you pointed this out. he picked teachers unions over teachers and parents and i can tell you that is a losing proposition. but where did they go from here? we continue to see chaos on the border, chaos in the classroom, and chaos in our businesses. and yes, somehow, this is joe biden that is going to come up with all the answers. it is not a promising look forward. >> laura: ra, jen psaki, she previewed biden's big speech on the election reforms issue, and well, you will tee off on it. watch. >> he will redouble his commitment to using every tool at his disposal to continue to fight to protect the fundamental right of americans to vote against the onslaught of voter suppression laws. he also -- to strip the right of vote as authoritarian and how we
need to work together with civil rights organizations to build as broad turnout and voter education systems to -- >> laura: the civil war, the worst since prohibition, whatever the comparison is, it is in the same level as their failures on all these fronts that we have been documenting tonight. >> she said authoritarian. she said strip the right to vote. i mean, this is the same type of language that was used to describe asking for i-90 an order for people to vote. the draconian language here goes too far. it is not accurate, but you know how you know that joe biden and them are in trouble? because they have not voted yet. if you have the votes, they would have voted. the reason they are not voting and they are talking is because he does not have the votes. he misinterpreted his election mandate. thought i was on a mandate for tremendous spending on progressive programs.
he just does not have the votes. >> laura: i do think there is something to this that the more histrionic they are in the comments of -- cleaning up the voter role so people don't vote in the wrong district or road twice or dead people, would have you, that is now jim crow. and i think it's the boy who cried wolf. you keep saying this and people are like wait a second, biden was elected under similar provisions in other states. none of it quite measures up, but they -- i think it's all they have. honestly, i don't think they have much more. >> you're going to see -- they don't have the votes, but even more than that, they don't have the american people. so even if they had the votes in congress, they don't have the hearts and minds of the american people because they see the false premise that this is built on. but the bigger problem that we are starting to see here is not just with joe biden not articulating it, he is starting
to work for their and further to the left. and unfortunately that is what we are going to see. tax increases, he is to try to appease the progressives in his party because that is going to be the only 33% base that he is going to be able to hold tight. and those swing voters are going to realize that they made a mistake on november 3rd and hope that a trump administration policy is returned. >> laura: and already, speaking of this, i think christian over at cnn, did some up the suburbs blind spot of the democrats pretty well. watch. >> you have the right and they run with these issues. it's like this attack they are doing on critical race theory that is untethered from reality. and then as david tide, suburban voters get kind of confused because they are healing all the stuff. but is not actually accurate. i just don't think democrats should get involved in this and high woke thing. because it's sending this
really -- >> laura: she is wrong about the fact that it is a grassroots movement. wrong about that. but she is right and how the woke thing and andrew over the weekend kind of wrote about this, that has gotten them into a box in a corner -- whatever you want to say. the woke thing is a huge problem, and i think biden is probably still with it enough to know that. >> yeah, but he keeps pandering to that. >> laura: he's too weak to fight. >> he has decided -- too weak to fight it, but he is decided he has to cast his lot with outside of the party and said it being the singular, by sir dominic bipartisan support -- his whole soul not even. what is he done that is bipartisan? he is been bought off by the woke movement because he has made the wrong beds, and that's where he misread the election. the democrats almost didn't take
back the senate. they failed to gain seats in the house. they almost lost the house. and joe biden barely won the presidential election. yet he thinks he has an ftr mandate to govern from the far left, far progressive, from the far left. this is a fundamental mistake of the binary and this is going to come back to bite them big time. let alone the reelection midterm. >> laura: zero comments then. thank you so much. and the highlight of the home run derby tonight didn't happen on the field. well, the last bite is going to show you.
>> laura: well, ouch, but i guess the fan was okay. did the security guard break his fall? that's all the time we have tonight and don't forget to set your dvr every week night at 10:00 p.m. eastern so you never miss us. greg gutfeld takes it all from here. ♪ ♪ >> dr. fauci i don't know how many more times you can say to people it will save your life. i have problems with the members of my own family. >> greg: i'm sure they really broken up about it. [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ i don't understand it! i'm so glad your