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>> sean: video of the day, check this out. a rest stop named after joe biden in delaware, it's now a dump. waste bins filled with needles, unsafe hygiene in bathrooms, food shortages at the restaurants, joe's america. that's all the time we have left, let not your heart be troubled, laura, big show tonight. >> laura: what you're trying to say about poor old joe with the needles and the trash? speed to one of the things he was most proud of and apparently the rest stop is not a place are going to want to stop it if you're on i-95. >> laura: remember all the robert byrd he would have the rest stops, every street, every post office, it was a classic example of government waste, fraud, and abuse. to have to rename everything after some long sitting senator. >> sean: that was his friend
and partner, the former klansman he tried to stop integration of schools with. >> laura: the finger has always pointed back at them, every time they wag the finger. great show, we are jam tonight. i'm laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle" from washington, no time to waste so let's dive right in. meet president bernie biden, that's the focus of tonight's angle. during the democratic primary debate, joe biden went out of his way to reassure suburban voters that he wasn't a bernie sanders style socialist. >> why are we the only major country not to have paid medical and family leave? we want to make real changes in this country, if you want to create an economy that works for all you need to take on wall street. if you need to take on the drug companies and the insurance companies and the fossil fuel industry. you don't take campaign contributions from them.
>> give me a break. >> i won't give you a break on this one, you just contradicted yourself. one minute you said i was not on the floor, the next minute you say yes, there was a reason why i was worried about the deficit. >> laura: now we see the suburban more moderate democrats, those people were all duped. it didn't matter which man won, the policies and the direction we took would be the same. we tried to warn you that biden as moderate, that whole was a charade that he would always cater to the hard left in his antifreedom, anti-prosperity plan, they have to be exposed and explained. we already know he is too weak to stop the riots, he's too weak to resist the radicals in his own party. this is how nbc framed the $3.5 trillion bernie budget fiasco just announced by the
democrats. bernie sanders lost the presidency but he is shaping the agenda. progressives are obviously thrilled about what biden, pelosi, and schumer are giving him. it's going to go down as the most anticapitalist, antigrowth, anti-free market piece of legislation ever voted on in the history of america. take a look at this list. amnesty for illegals. funding a civilian climate corps. this will be paid for in 1 of 2 ways. both with terrible outcomes for american workers. either biden's team are going to have to borrow the money which will make inflation even worse than it is now, or what they are planning on is to jack up taxes on wealthier americans and businesses. by the way they will charge companies penalties when they exceed newly mandated carbon and methane output levels. this is literally insane. right now even after covid, the
u.s. has the strongest economy in the g7 and these people are working overtime to obliterate it all. i didn't go through the whole list but all of this spending, the medicare expansion, the child tax credit, all the stuff on the list ends up being income redistribution. high taxes, heavy regulation, all of that -- and the democrats are fully embracing european-style socialism. they love the family medical leave. just in time for german chancellor progressive angela merkel to come to town who is thrilled about it now having an american president who lets her make all the decisions. her ridiculous appearance today of course loving being with joe biden standing side-by-side in the white house, watch. >> i'm delighted to be here, now we have an opportunity to talk
more about the bilateral relationship, not always in the context of european matters. >> we stand together and we will continue to stand together to unite our efforts and our global climate ambitions emily have to up the ante. >> laura: why wouldn't europe be giddy about the biden? no more dealing with a u.s. president who aggressively our energy independence. the bottom line is clear. today's democrats have concluded that american-style free-market capitalism is dangerous for the claimant and for the global order. democrats see american prosperity and wealth creation as a threat, not as an accomplishment. obama's "you didn't build that" line comes to mind. democrats and socialists abroad tolerated the riots last summer because they attacked the old order which they think is greedy and racist and it needs to be silenced and replaced.
by contrast, these same people, they are panicked now about the massive protests in greece and france. crowds are opposing new covert restrictions and demanding freedom as a lot of us would expect americans to do as well. democrats are giving the cuban protesters a cold shoulder for the same reason. those people are yearning for freedom, american style. at the same moment democrats are trashing the country as racist and trying to limit our freedom -- think about that. increasing tax burdens on american businesses is a guaranteed way to hurt innovation and productivity but biden is fine with that. the promise of a better life via government controls and income redistribution is always false, it's all biden's got. >> one of the largest ever single tax cuts for families with children and a reflection
of our belief that the people of this country who need the tax cut on the folks at the top but it's the people in the middle, folks who are struggling are just looking for a little bit as my dad would say, a little bit of breathing room. >> laura: for almost 250 years, our economy has been breathing quite well. it thrives and it grew into a juggernaut recognizing a basic principle that the economic system should reward people for hard work. when you kill that incentive to work, to show up every day, to create, you kill the very thing that drove the prosperity that we enjoy today. the left has always resented middle-class workers living the american dream, they do things like drive pickup trucks, they owned guns they have big families, they are probably patriotic. they intend to drive up the cost of everything we buy and everywhere we travel and expect you to thank them for it. after all, they know how to
spend your money better than you do. the coming tax avalanche on businesses will simply mean those businesses are going to pass along their higher operating costs to consumers, it's already happening. when we are effectively getting taxed on everything, a child care tax credit is not going to make much of a difference. speaking of the children. universal pre-k is also in the bill. i'm all for educating our youth, but really educating them, not brainwashing toddlers with racist drivel. you think that can't happen in preschool? guess again. randi weingarten's union has an antiracist reading list that includes picture books for 4-year-olds. here's what they want your kids learning. the cops shot him because he was black, cops stick up for each other and they don't like black men. we can't always count on cops to do what's right. the good news is republicans,
even fools who support the phony infrastructure bill are united against this wild expansion of government spending and control. the last time the government's with us united against the democrat crackdown was in 2009 against obamacare. they want on to flip congress in 2010 midterms as a result. if the democrats already seem to know that day is coming which is why they are rushing right now to get it all through, because it may be your last chance in a while to fundamentally change the american experience. republicans should be holding rallies across the united states, campaigning against this nightmare and for a return to sound economic policy. republicans should be dogging so-called democratic moderates joe manchin and west virginia, kyrsten sinema in arizona and the bill should be on automatic know any so-called moderate of either party and by the sounds of it, joe manchin is waiting to
have the deal sweetened. >> i'm concerned about everything, inflation, the price come i want to make sure we are paying for it i want to make sure we have a competitive tax rate i want to make sure the claimant policies they would like to have our all-inclusive come i want to make sure the united states of america stays energy independent. >> laura: he's going to vote for it, that's my prediction. west virginia voted overwhelmingly for trump, not for soft serve socialism. if joe manchin votes for this, that's exactly with the voters of west virginia are going to get. if there should be no more bipartisan talks on anything, none, zero. it was so embarrassing to see how romney and company were snookered and that infrastructure deal. they so enjoyed the media adulation they got that they didn't see where this was going. they didn't see they were being used as props to set up the main act which is unfolding right
now. somewhere tonight bernie sanders is smiling. and that's all you need to know, that's the angle. three of the senators under the most intense spotlight as i mentioned, manchin, kyrsten sinema, and kelly. to west virginians want a war on energy, do arizonans on the border want mass amnesty? we thought we would ask a few leaders from those states. journeyman i was the west virginia attorney general and the arizona attorney general. manchin has positioned himself as the kingmaker, the most important man in washington they described him as. what message should he be hearing from west virginians over this monstrosity of a bill we do not need. >> thank you very much for having me on. when i'm looking at what's
happening with this $3.5 trillion travesty, one of the things i'm most focused on is this new so-called clean electricity standard. if that goes into effect, that will devastate the west virginia economy. we'll go into free fall because we still rely on coal for 90% of our electricity and power needs and natural gas. the whole goal behind this big bill and the biden climate agenda is literally to wipe out the use of those fossil fuels. if he votes for this, this would be catastrophic. i'm rooting him on, i'm hopeful he will do the right thing. you may remember back in 2010 when senator manchin first ran, he put a rifle, shot the rifle through the cap and trade bill. what we are talking about here is the cap and trade bill on steroids, this goes so much further than the obama clean power plan and it's going to devastate west virginia, it's good to hurt pennsylvania, ohio,
appalachia, working-class america will pay a very heavy price and working families are going to pay a lot more for the power grid. >> laura: i think they're going to slip something in the bill to placate him, i have a bad feeling about manchin on a lot of things -- maybe i'm wrong. we learn from the "washington examiner" that the u.s. border officials are expected to reveal soon they encountered nearly 190,000 illegals just in the month of june. that is a 450% explosion over last year. this comes as the democrats are trying to shove mass amnesty into this so-called reconciliation bill. do arizonans care about this? kyrsten sinema was going to be this great moderate force and she's certainly an interesting person and i think a pretty good politician, what will arizona
do? >> thank you for having me on. what arizonans care about our public safety, they care about our communities and we are not stupid, we know we are on pace to have more than 2 million people illegally cross our border. these are record amounts of people crossing and we know that right now the cartels have taken advantage of it. they are moving more drugs in america than cvs and walgreens combined, this will have a devastating impact on our neighborhoods, we are also talking about a fiscal impact. it's an attempt to concentrate power and wealth in washington, d.c., because these folks want to control our lives and we are going to have 29 -- approaching $29 trillion in debt there that's 250,000 for every american taxpayer. they've made our policies more
dangerous. a speed when you're running against mark kelly, you want to be the nominee to run against mark kelly, he's a former astronaut, patriotic guy, you've got to hit him hard it can't be biden -- mark kelly gave the impression that other than on the gun issue, he was going to be a solid down the middle democrat. this is a socialist piece of legislation. you've got to hit them hard, you got hit him harder than that, you're not going beat kelly by talking about it biden, you got to beat him by talking about kelly. >> he votes with joe biden 98% of the time, even chuck schumer doesn't agree 98% of the time. i am the guy who can articulate our values, i'm a fighter always have been and always will be. >> laura: this bill is a complete disaster and patrick and mark, your citizens in path of your states app to understand exactly what this is going to
do, it's going to drive down prosperity and make their lives more dangerous and make us less free as citizens, they got to know that, republicans have a go coast-to-coast. thank you. speaking of bad government actors, the biden administration has a new way to get around that pesky first amendment. >> we live in a world where misinformation poses an imminent and insidious threat to. >> we've increased tracking, within that surgeon general's office we've flagged problematic posts for facebook that spread disinformation. >> laura: how refreshing they are saying this out in the open now. join me now, matt walsh, host of the matt walsh show. there's a word for this political system which the government controls corporate actions. they are trying to tell us, we don't control the big tech companies what does this tell you? >> i like how jen psaki threw
that out there, we are working with facebook -- hold on a second, what you mean you're working with facebook? they are supposed to be a private company. for the surgeon general to be talking as he did today about how we are going to label misinformation as some sort of public health threat. what that means is we are going to label speech as a physical threat. i thought it was interesting, the surgeon general said he was talking about misinformation. this information for example that makes people resistant to masks. the surgeon general's office is the one who said a year ago we should wear masks, dr. fauci said we shouldn't wear masks. this shows you the problem a year ago if you had said let's wear masks, that's labeled as misinformation and the use of the opposite and that's misinformation because the government of the scientific authorities in whatever they say is now the scientific truth. >> laura: you mention the surgeon general, let's let the folks hear more from this bright light. >> laura: they can identify
people who are super-spreaders of misinformation and limit the information that they share. number two, they can take the data that they have and tell how much misinformation is really spreading, who it's affecting, they can share it publicly and transparently with researchers. >> laura: publicly and transparently. i think they are killing the push for the vaccine with these types of heavy-handed tactics. i think it's making people more skeptical. >> i think in general with the vaccine from everybody in the country knows the vaccine is out there, they know they can get it if they want to -- i tend to respect people's intelligence and whether you get the vaccine or not, none of my business, it's your decision. if you decide not to get it, you have your reasons and that's it, there's probably not a lot that can be said to change your mind. you can bring olivia roderigo
and maybe there will be someone -- i wasn't sure about the vaccine, now olivia roderigo said something to my neighbor that happens, i doubt it. if you are going to convince anyone, these sorts of tactics aren't going to do it because it makes it seem like you've got something to hide and why do you have to force it on us like this if it's really a good idea to begin with? >> laura: i think they should open a bureau of disinformation. they should just actually institutionalize their fact-checking at the white house through big tech -- let's not go through the formality of saying you're working but just do it yourself. thank you. we have documented the many failures in corrupt acts of the modern fbi that what we are going to tell you next is among the most shocking. if we're going to tell you how joe biden is pushing to include a domestic terrorist in his administration, stay there.
dark, sad tale. another recent story, according to the indy star the handling of the 2015 allegations of the usa gymnastics team and dr. larry nassar, officials with the indiana fbi office made false statements, failed to respond for months leading to more than 100 other gymnasts being sexually abused. not only did they botch the investigation, they covered it up and no one was punished. does any of that sound familiar? victims of this complete negligence are speaking out. >> what are we not seeing and what needs to change so that there is accountability and transparency and consequences for bad actors and our law enforcement? right now, they have all the authority and none of the accountability. >> i believe criminal charges need to be filed against him and a criminal investigation should happen. >> laura: joined me now, mollie hemingway senior editor
at "the federalist" and fox news contributor. they really need to start digging into what's going on at the fbi over the last -- i don't know how long, 20 years, 30 years but at least the last ten years, this is ridiculous at this point. >> we have a real problem. this particular situation where they botched the investigation, then they lied about botching the investigation, then it turns out that no one is being held accountable for either of those things as part of this pattern that we've seen over and over again where not everybody at the fbi but far too many people are involved in botching investigations or being engaged in just really awful behavior such as spying on a campaign or leaking, lies about russia colluding with donald trump to steal the 2016 election and leaking those things for years, nobody has been held accountable for those criminal leaks, nobody has been held accountable for
having no thought whatsoever behind their investigation that made sense. if no one is held accountable it's just going to continue. of course, those people who are charged with oversight should absolutely be having hearings and finding out what's going on and also reforming this agency since it has so many problems including -- they are afraid to go after everybody on the left no matter how many hundreds of riots, deadly riots and problems in cities nationwide while doing this disparate treatment with a single riot on january 6th. this is something where people absolutely need to be held accountable. >> laura: i want to touch on something i mentioned earlier in the show with matt walsh about this campaign being led by the surgeon general of the united states with big tech to police what they are saying is misinformation on covid, i guess specifically the vaccine. they are going to be working with big tech, doesn't it play
right into the hands of donald trump's lawsuit to hold these tech companies accountable? they are obviously the for the federal government, its and government failure since we are on the topic of government failures and recklessness. >> there's so much here, there's issues at its fascist when corporations work with the government in a totalitarian way for people claim to be worried about fascism they should probably be more alarmed about what they are seeing with corporations working with the democratic party which runs the entire government to do things. it's illegal for the government to ask corporations to do things it's illegal for the government should do. the government doesn't have the right to limit free speech and it also doesn't have the right to tell other people to limit free speech. these are problems you are seeing and intelligence agencies when they are asking corporations to do some of the spying, to do some of the information gathering that they themselves are not allowed to do. this type of collusion between the democratic parties and
institutions that control and corporations is terrifying. it's straight out of a dystopic book from decades ago but it's happening now. people in the left to use to care about these things are just a wall completely in this fight and that is very dangerous. >> laura: the biden administration's recommendations for big tech included imposed clear consequences for accounts that repeatedly violate platform policies. why is the government telling facebook and twitter and so forth how to police their policies, yet there the defense is going to be we're not not censoring anyone. i think they have bought themselves a huge amount of trouble. i think this is about to blow up in their faces, they aren't thinking this strategy through. >> it's extremely un-american, most people know that.
it's happening in clear sight, your seen the democratic leaders telling corporations what to do in terms of censoring free speech. it's also an indication that a lot of people in power don't feel very strong. they are telling people what to think and telling them what to say and people aren't succumbing to the commands for these elites, they are trying to exert more and more control. if they do that, that can be an indication of their weakness even if it's terrifying to live through until finally some people stand up and do something to stop this oppression that's happening from the government and these corporations working with the government. >> laura: as you pointed out, so much of the misinformation whether it's the lethality of the virus or whether super-spreaders in schools, so much that misinformation had come from fauci and company. it should be policing fauci, maybe the surgeon general can start policing anthony fauci, add him to the list of individuals they need to monitor. >> you actually look at the surgeon general's own
social media over the course of the last year and a half, it itself has not been consistent, if they were to follow this policy they would have to be censored for repeatedly misinforming people. the better thing is information correct information. free debate is what we always have loved in this country, that's what free people do and they can convince each other through the strength of the argument not through the boot of the government working with corporations to silence political opposition. >> laura: of 3.5 trillion bill is an attack on free enterprise and now we have free thought to being the least, we exercise of religion under assault during the pandemic, then we have the fbi and all these other institutions that can't do their job or they botch investigations, as you pointed out. great to see you, thank you so much. the biden administration has made a big show of going after those domestic extremists that she's talking about, they are looking in the shadows. imagine our surprise when he
seeks to elevate one into his own administration. fox's own trace gallagher has the story from our west coast newsroom, what is this about? >> tracy stone manning as president biden's pick to the bureau of land management, once you said graduate student in 1989 she was a member of the environmental group earth first and was linked to an eco-terrorism case of tree spiking in idaho's clearwater forests. that's where you hammer a metal rod into a tree to protect it from being cut down. tree spikes can also break or shatter saw blades putting loggers in grave danger. she struck an immunity deal with the government and testified against two men who were later convicted to. she now tells the senate energy committee that she had no prior knowledge of the tree spiking plot and several media outlets bought it, in fact because so many stories represented her as a bystander or a victim, retired forest service investigator michael merkley who led the case
wrote a letter to the senate committee calling stone manning the nastiest of suspects, saying she wasn't just a member of the earth first, she was part of the hierarchy, adding "she was vulgar, antagonistic and extremely antigovernment. she was very uncooperative and refused to provide to the hair, handwriting exemplars and fingerprints as ordered by the federal grand jury. "he ended by saying he eventually learned she knew all along who committed the tree spiking crime. now g.o.p. senator, the ranking member on the energy committee said he believes stone manning lied to the committee and president biden should withdraw her nomination which apparently is not going to happen because despite the former investigator's letter, the white house is sticking by stone manning, saying she is "exceptionally qualified." we should note democratic senator joe manchin who could be the deciding vote has not yet revealed which way he's leaning,
>> laura: remember when mitt romney was earnestly establishing his street grid dirtying that freedom march through blm plaza last summer? >> the way to end violence and brutality and make sure people understand that black lives matter. >> laura: that was so tragic. remember when major companies coca-cola and ben & jerry's were crawling over each other to voice their own support for the group? >> companies like ours must speak up as allies to the black
lives matter movement. >> i ended up joining the team and about 5,000 people in milwaukee where we ended up marching to support black lives matter. >> we were on record back in 2016 supporting black lives matter. >> laura: bragging about your support for blm since 2016 which is what he just did, not a good look. back then the group tweeted "rest in power" when cuban dictator fidel castro bit the dust. it should come as no surprise to anyone one black lives matter used the riots in cuba to bash the u.s. and stand up for the repressive regime there. they wrote "the people of cuba are being punished by the u.s. government and black lives matter condemns the federal government's inhumane treatment of cubans." joining us now, florida congressman byron donalds. blm was always a marxist
extortion racket. do you expect mitt romney or the will corporations to walk back their moments on bended knee for them? >> they should but i don't expect it to end the reason i don't expect it is because too many of these corporations and frankly too many moderate, weak kneed republicans cower in the face of these radical marxists. the evidence is clear, are companies in the united states should be standing against the cuban regime because they should stand up for liberty and freedom, the same liberty and freedom that has allowed them to make billions of dollars in our country without anybody patting and i or caring, with the country promoting the fact they are so successful. people like senator romney should be calling out to blm for not standing with the cuban people as opposed to what they have done, calling out our country for holding that a murderous, totalitarian, communist regime accountable and they should be held accountable. >> laura: i believe she is one
of the most wanted women in the united states has been sheltered by the cuban government for years now, assata shakur. one time leader in the black liberation army, here's what black lives matter had to say about her today. cuba has historically demonstrated solidarity with oppressed peoples of african descent, protecting black revolutionaries like assata shakur to granting her asylum for supporting black liberation struggles. congressman, this is a convicted cop killer who fled the country, all these ceos and mitt romney marched with celebrated. this is so revealing right now for all of us, for the country, for everybody watching who believes that black people need proper representation and equal rights, of course, but to watch this unfold i think it's actually great, it's revealing.
>> it is disgraceful and the american people need to understand one thing. a lot of these are radical political front groups that exist in the united states that constantly push a divisive agenda and narrative in our country. they are marxist organizations. the leaders come from marxist ideology and that ideology walks hand-in-hand with the authoritarian, cuban regime in that country that has taken away the freedom and liberty from the cuban people for 62 years. for those organizations that continue to push that agenda, at least be 100% with the american people and let them know where your true political allegiance and loyalty lies. it does not lie with freedom in the united states it lies with totalitarianism around the world. >> laura: as long as those nations are anti-american, the left is going to celebrate that, they don't care about free expression or any of those ideas, they are anti-american. they are against the american traditional order.
that's why the left is a lining. just like jane fonda did with the north vietnamese are celebrating the soviet union in the 70s, even into the 80s and the love affair with castro -- it's all of the peace among those on the left, is it not? >> totally true and i want these people on that side of the political aisle to understand that if they want to be one of these groups in a country like cuba or iran or china, they wouldn't have the freedom to speak against the country they actually live in. they would be arrested, they would be detained, they would be brutalized, they would be incarcerated, they would not be allowed to speak so freely they are allowed to hear in the united states. let's be very clear, they should be free to speak whatever they want to say but if you're going to try to put america on the same plane as the totalitarian communist cuban government, that means you have no idea of the true moral flight that is going on in cuba and not just in cuba, but around the world.
>> laura: that's all right, the u.n. is going to come in and lecture us on racism in the state department. you and it's going to set us straight, we are going to be fine after the antony blinken improved investigation which is another scandal. ahead, why hunter biden is just the tip of the iceberg in that twisted saga of the biden family self enrichment scheme. what house republicans planned to do about it, finally. stay there.
>> laura: hunter biden's artwork is on display at this gallery in trendy soho neighborhood where it's being reported in some of his pieces could sell for up to a whopping half a million dollars. >> laura: that's quite the price tag unless your last name is biden. hunter isn't the only biden benefiting from joe being in the white house, his brother frank and sister valerie are also apparently cashing out. joining me now is congressman jim comber. if you sent a letter to the white house demanding all the documents about all of this, what can you tell us about biden's siblings in addition to
everything else we already know. >> no objective american would think any of these deals pass the smell test. we know about hunter biden's dealings with ukraine but recently his brother is doing tv ads for a law firm but he's not a lawyer, his sister is writing a book but she's not an author and now we find out that hunter's new side gig is he is an artist selling art that looks to me like something you would see on the bargain shelf at t.j.maxx for prices as high as 500,000 dollars to undisclosed donors. the republicans on the house oversight committee have requested information from the white house about all these transactions, specifically hunter biden's and who exactly is purchasing this artwork at such inflated prices. >> laura: we know how it goes, someone calls up a gallery and says i want to buy this,
$200,000. they call it hunter biden, maybe they know him and say i like your painting, kind of expensive at $200,000, they leave it at that -- couple months later, hunter i got this thing going on in west virginia, i would love to meet with some folks at the white house, can you help me out? that's how it will go, something like that. >> something like that. if the white house tried to defend that by saying hunter biden has a right to pursue his dreams and i agree with that, he has a right to pursue his dreams even though the democrats didn't think the trump children had a right to pursue their business interests that they started decades before donald trump ever thought about getting into politics. the problem with what hunter biden is doing is there are so many questions as to potential conflicts of interests. are these government contractors that are purchasing this art? is this communist china purchasing this art? the american people deserve to know and the president has ethical standards they are
supposed to abide by. if you're not supposed to profit from being in the white house ad when you look at joe biden's family, this is a pattern. these siblings and his son trying to profit from his last name dating back to when he was vice president. >> laura: we know that jared and ivanka lost a lot of money when they went into work for the government too. by one account, $36 million drop in income. obviously some of the hotels had problems even before covid because of all the boycotts and so forth. they were losing money and the bidens get rich while their dad is in office. it reminds me of the clinton global initiative and we saw there. kind of their version of the clinton global initiative with a paintbrush, i guess. >> when you look at the trumps, they were in business decades
before, they were credible business people, the bidens were not. the fact that joe biden's brother is advertising for a law firm and he's not even an attorney -- i have a lot of attorney friends in kentucky that worked for big law firms, they don't know of any employees advertising on television for the law firm who aren't attorneys. this is something that doesn't need to happen. we have a lot of questions with respect to why biden is not standing tougher on china. why doesn't the administration want to do investigations into the origination of covid? he won't disclose who these donors are. >> laura: full transparency needed, thank you. coming up, the last bite -- don't go away.
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