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programming announcement. on wednesday we have a special hannity town hall live from miami, florida. governor ron desantis will be with us, senator marco rubio, local activist, those that want top stand up to the murdering communist regime in cuba and f people. wednesday night let not your heart be troubled, laura ingraham, taking it away, we're in good hands >> laura: i have a question. who was the person yesterday who basically took the side of cuba? there's so many people on the left who are just basically it's the most equal society. >> there are a lot of dumb comments by a lot of dumb people >> laura: yeah. >> butly tell you this, you know, this is a murdering communist regime. they stole people's land and they killed -- >> we know that. it's horrible, but the left gets what the left wants for everybody, so i'll be looking
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forward to your town hall sean can't wait to see it. >> thanks laura have a good show. >> i'm laura ingraham this is the ingraham angle. we have a lot to get to, senator lindsey graham glen green walled hanson plus a hilarious seen and unseen. but first, liar liar. that's the focus of tonight's angle. this weekend it became obvious that the biden administration is just losing control of its covid narrative. remember, it was just about two weeks ago now that president biden was close to declaring independence from the virus. but now, the white house is grappling with a new reality that threatens any chance of a real recovery. now, of course, the focus on the delta variant and the misplaced emphasis on tracking case numbers instead of preventing serious illness is coming back to bite them. the control freaks in la county are reinstituting mask mandates.
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>> masking indoors must again become a normal practice by all regardless of vaccination status so we can stop the level of transmission we are currently seeing >> laura: of course the far left is hoping that's just a trend that sprints nationwide. and now other countries are announcing new restrictions to encourage vaccinations, which triggered huge protests in france over the weekend. check this out. yeah, they're saying liberty. all of this september the dow spiralling down seven and a half points which happened while president biden was touting the economic recovery. >> my administration has experienced the highest economic growth rate in nearly 40 years. and we know we've -- and now we knew that we needed to launch a war-time effort to get the
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american vaccinated fast, powerful american rescue plan >> laura: of course any and all good economic news is directly tied to trump's push for the vaccine, and red states smart decision to reopen early. along with his, it was the shortest recession on history. the fact is the democrats know that they're facing strong head winds going into the midterms last year and last week we learned that they don't believe the first amendment even applies to their critics at this point. so through their social media proxies, they seek to deplatform, cancel, defame or eliminate inconvenient opinions regarding their covid response calling them potentially deadly misinformation. >> we've got two epidemics going on right now one biological caused by a virus the other is informational, or misinformation and intentional disinformation seems to be winning the war against truth. >> laura: of course, in reality,
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it's biden and his allies who have been the consistent super spreaders of misinformation on covid. now, they're still trying to force masks on children two and up. now, reminder, there is near zero risk for kids with covid, and most teachers are vaccinated. so for the left, masks at some point just become stage props, a sign of blind compliance. and for the young, the mandates are, frankly, demented and cruel. the misrepresentation on this extends to the experimental vaccine itself for kids. these emergency use approvals have been rushed with zero long-term testing. and, again, teachers are vaccinated. so why frighten or pressure children, again who face virtually no risk of serious illness? we never required flu vaccines and the flu kills far more kids worldwide. now, we know there is support
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for school closures, speaking of misinformation, was a huge assault against children's learning and also on their social and emotional well-being. so anyone and everyone who supported closing schools and shutting down in-person learning should be barred from medicine and education forever. and what about the efficacy of the vaccine itself among adults? well, anyone else think it's weird that five fully vaccinated members of the texas legislature who fled to dc in their voting rights stunt tested positive for the coronavirus? we have to know more about that. and why hasn't fauci and friends addressed this interesting data point in the uk? britain's chief scientific advisor patrick valens said monday 60% of people being admitted to the hospital have had two doses of the vaccine. he later came out and walked that back saying it was 40% in
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the hospital who had had two covid shots. but obviously that's still a significant number. so why isn't the biden administration address this? why hasn't collins or fauci talked about it? or at least put renowned vaccine expert olivia rodrigo on it. of course no information roundup would be deplete, though, without reminding everyone that fauci and collins have routinely misled america on the viral origins question. >> it makes me wonder why we would be allowing this kind of research, and why was the history of lab leaks that have led to other viruses getting out, why we wouldn't have, right away, said, you know, pressured the folks in china at this lab to say, we need to understand what happened here, instead of just assuming that it was coming from an animal. they tested 80,000 species they
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can't find one animal that carried covid-19. >> again, i think the most likely explanation is still a natural transmission. >> why do you think that? >> let's be fair here. because that's always been the case with other coronaviruses. just on a historical bases that's the most likely path it was traveled >> laura: i still can't believe he said that. that was a phenomenal interview by the way. he claimed he never really dismissed the lab leak theory but on april 17, 2020, e-mail obtained from buzz feed that was from collins to fauci had the subject line conspiracy theory that dismissed the lab leak theory. we all know the wuhan lab had been doing research and that was insane enough to funnel taxpayer money there via the group eco health alliance. so the deluge of misinformation
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disinformation coming from the white house extends beyond covid. so for political leverage they claim a few hours of criminal unrest on january 6th was itself a serious insurrection against democracy almost as ludicrous as contending voter id requirements are racist. and even four pa folk yos for the claim he made three times that georgia's republican drafted election law had somehow shortened voting hours. it didn't. and let is not forget biden lied about little things and big, including this claim that under trump, federal contracts awarded directly to foreign company, rose by 30%. false. disinformation. or the claim that his infrastructure plan would create millions of jobs, when the actual estimate is more like half a million over ten years. then, late in june, biden either
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demonstrated a shameful ignorance of the constitution or a purposeful desire to spread disinformation as to its meaning. >> the second amendment, from the day it was passed, limited the type of people who on could own a gun and what type of weapon you could own. >> come on, any first year law student should know that the plain language of the second amendment places no restrictions on individual ownership of firearms. it's one sentence long, sir. try reading it sometime. if it's that easy for them to lie about the second amendment, all these other issues we've pointed out, no wonder they spread misinformation about inflation. this was biden today. >> there's nobody suggesting inflation's on the way, no serious times >> laura: wait a second. i guess he forgot former clinton treasury secretary lindsey who's warned repeatedly of inflation area the kinds we have not seen
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in a generation and today with a market implosion biden was forced to reveal the actual truth. >> my administration understands that if we were to ever experience unchecked inflation over the long term, that would pose a real challenge to our economy. so while we're confident that isn't what we're seeing today, we're going to remain vigilant about any response that is needed. as i made clear to chairman powell in the federal reserve when we met recently >> laura: not serious until i talk to powell about it. i don't even have time to get into their lies about the border not being a crisis and the disinformation about the violent crime wave not being linked to their defund the police nonsense. democrats should be wiped out next year just on those two issues alone in the midterm. the fundamental problem here, the reason that dems get away with this nonstop lines and disinformation campaign is because they never face any
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pushback from the corporate media. as a result, their thinking gets more duplicitous or sloppier and sloppier. now at the white house you should always be under pressure by reporters, whether you're a republican or democrat, to get things right. next year, when they're up against real opponents in the midterm, they're going to have wished that they had put old biden through the paces. and that's the angle. here now is dr. harvey, professor of epidemiology and alex barn son unreported truth about covid-19 and lockdowns. alex, given all these apparent break through cases of covid with individuals who have received two shots of the vaccine, it's a bit odd that biden and his medical team keep referring to recent outbreaks as the pandemic of the unvaccinated primarily, correct? >> yeah, no, you're absolutely
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correct. it's not just odd it's simply a lie. if you look at the data out of israel and the data out of the uk, it's very clear that there's a massive number of cases happening in vaccinated people, and so, you know, the vaccine advocates have sort of fallen back on this argument that, well, yes, there's? break through cases but really the serious cases, the hospitalizations and deaths are still happening in unvaccinated people. the problem is that that is no longer true either in either israel or the uk as, you know, as the uk's chief science visor acknowledged today and as it shows clearly. what's happening i think and this is something i warned about in the unreported truth booklet is that the most vulnerable people are losing immunity first. so it's not that the vaccines don't have some protective effect, it's that we never really demonstrated the protective effect were long term because the trials were short-term and we never
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demonstrated the protective effect was on older people because so few older vulnerable people were enrolled in the truce and now the chickens are coming home to roost and instead of being honest the biden administration is trying to punish people like me, trying to get twitter to deplatform people like me and attack people like you and it's just wrong, they should be honest about what the truth is. >> doctor, your reaction to that? because, look, we want everyone to be healthy and safe and have their risk assessment done properly for themselves, their doctors, all that. but something's going on here. something's going on here and all they want to do is attack people that ask questions. okay, i guess they can do that, but it still doesn't answer the questions, does it? >> i agree with what alex said and months ago the cdc stopped counting cases that weren't hospitalized or didn't die, just large number of cases of people
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vaccinated they stopped counting so those cases don't register for the cdc's count so the great proportion they're claiming are in unvaccinated people people and that physical situate is why the us and the cdc's count is different than israel or the uk. it's a physical situate >> laura: biden' surgeon general spoke out about his own children today and the vaccine. watch. >> for our children under 12 and i say that as a dad who have kids four and three our kids depend on us, the people around them being protected, being vaccinated. i worry that what we're starting to see increasingly in states like arkansas and missouri and nevada and my home state of florida these surges within the unvaccinated population that we will continue to see that. >> alex, the message is, you're a bad parent if you don't get your kids vaccinated as soon as they can get the vaccine under emergency use. you're a bad parent. that's the message they're
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sending. >> surgeon general ra murthy might take a look at the data from last year. testimony growth we're seeing are the same states that saw growth last june and july. this is a seasonal virus we know that it moves season alley and that's what's happening there. i would like him to tell us about the $2 million he took last year from carnival and other companies to quote unquote consult on covid. that's what i would like to hear him talk about for a moment >> laura: and dr. ish, the masking of children as we're seeing pushed by the american academy of pediatrics, clearly that's going to be pressure across school systems and across the united states. your reaction to that, eight hours of masks on little kids. >> it's damaging to the kids and it's all theater. . there's essentially no evidence that there's benefit for the kids or for the teachers. so, you know, i don't understand. there's been 12 now studies of
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masking. they essentially show no benefit in every one of those studies and yet we're still somehow saying that masking has a benefit. >> dr. rish and alex, thank you >> the attempt to restrict what information you're allowed to see is now coming from the highest office in the land. >> my hope is that facebook, instead of taking it personally that somehow i'm saying facebook is killing people, that they would do something about the misinformation, outrages misinformation about the vaccine. >> you shouldn't be banned from one platform and not others. if you -- for providing misinformation out there. >> here now pulitzer prize winning andened independent journalist glen green swolled. the biggest shock isn't that the modern left thinks they can use the social media companies as their own truth squad, but that the media seems to be just like whistling past the grave yard on
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this. your thoughts? >> well, i mean, i think i think the model was set when just weeks before the election, the silicon valley giants united to ban reporting done by the new york post on authentic documents about the biden family, and the media didn't raise any concerns. in fact, they supported this and that sent a signal that the biden administration, once they're in power, could use that model of sue pressing information from the internet with very little objection from the people who are supposed to defend free expression. and the thing that's so amazing laura is even if you're somebody who somebody incredibly disturbed by the fact the government is instructing social media companies what it should and shouldn't be allowed to be on the internet, these are the people least competent to judge what is misinformation. they're the ones who spent a year saying that the theory of a covid lab leak in wuhan was a crazy conspiracy theory, and now
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they say it's highly plausible. worst, here are the same people who flooded the country for five years with deranged conspiracy theories that putin and the russians had taken control of the us through clan des and the black mail and now we should trust them on what is true and false? incredibly dangerous. >> like they haven't been operating a bureau of misinformation as a multitude of issues as i pointed out on the angle. again, when npr, glen, writes an article about ben shapiro's site, the daily wire, in this thing they quoted jamie, the director of the social networks and political psychology lab at william and mary and she said they can't provide much context in the information they're providing. if you strip away enough context any piece of truth can become a piece of misinformation. glen, you can see where this is
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going. yeah. i mean, i think, you know, the reality of what's going on is that these media outlets are losing their audience. trump was kind of like a four-year sugar high for them, he saved their jobs. and with him gone, their audience is collapsing. there's data showing the atlantic, new york times, guardian, huffing ton post, have all lost between a third and a half of their audience in the last year alone. obviously the other two cable networks combined don't get anywhere near the audience of this network. and so they look to ben shapiro and other right wing voices and they're angry more people want to listen to them than the corporate media outlets and so the only option instead of looking in the mirror and asking why nobody wants to listen to them is to silence everybody so they maintain their monopoly over the discourse and everyone is captive to listen to them because everyone else has been silenced. that's really what it's all about >> laura: i want to get back to a point i had made a few minutes
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ago. how do the democrats, let's say it's mostly happening right now on the democrats side. how do they think it's actually going to help them? it's like none of these questions, whether it's about kids and masks or any of these questions, they're not going to go away, right? so next year in the midterm, the questions are still going to be out there, and it's better to run themselves through the paces of tough interviews. i mean fair, fair interviews, just questions. but instead, when you ask a question and you raise a point, a data point, then you're a vaccine denier. you're anti science. you have to be stopped. it's disinformation. i have never seen anything like this since i've lived in the soviet union as a student in the 1980s once. >> it's the same mentality. i think it goes back to the 2016 campaign when they were not only so sure hillary clinton was going to defeat donald trump but believed they had some kind of like devine entitlement for hillary clinton to become
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president and when they lost fair and square they started asking themselves why did we lose? and instead of looking in the mirror, again, they started blaming everybody except themselves, and especially they started blaming facebook, saying you've allowed all this disinformation, you allowed lies about hillary clinton. and the only option to survive politically is to control the means of communication that we no longer control, which is the internet. that was the whole point of the internet was to liberate us from not having to be manipulated and controlled by centralized authority and when they saw that allowing that freedom jeopardizes their political interest, the only conclusion that they reached was, we can't allow that anymore. we can't allow this freedom. we need to control it. we need to silence it, we need to sensor it, and through the trump years, it just escalated and they're like this authoritarian faction now that generally believes that censorship is in the public good. >> glenn, we're going to keep tracking it. thank you, great to see you tonight >> and troubling video reveals
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just who's trying to force their way into the country. fox's bill brings us a harrowing report from the border in moments plus why is gop giving legit ma situate into a biden infrastructure push that will change this country forever? senator lindsey graham on that. stay there. 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 severe nausea. so bad you think you might just - vomit. if these statements describe you, and you've been diagnosed with gastroparesis, you might qualify for a clinical study that tests a new study medication for nausea
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>> laura: now somewhat fallen from the front pages but the illegal immigration crisis is completely out of control t federal government counted almost 190,000 people trying to cross illegally at our southwest border into the us just in june, and it's the wild video shot by fox today is any indication, it's only getting worse. the man who captured this scene, fox news national corespondent bill has the story for us tonight. bill, what are you seeing? >> well, laura, this was one of the biggest single groups that i have ever seen here at the border. we witnessed a group of up to 400 illegal immigrants at the border while in del rio. they had hopes of being let into the united states and ultimately almost were let in. take a look at this wild video from earlier today when we were out there, crazy scene. we were there from troopers from texas, nebraska and florida as well as border patrol as
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hundreds of migrants arrived at a closed gate and the border wall t gate was periodically open to allow family units in but at times some adult men tried to squeeze through and take advantage troopers had to close it and yell for them to get back. sdmiet the administration's repeated claims the border is closed border patrol opened the gates to allow hundreds of migrants through including large groups of single adult men, some of whom told me they're from ghana and haiti. the migrants were packed onto buses and advance and taken to processing centers well over capacity. border patrol sources tell us it's likely many of them with asylum claims will go to ice and then just be released into the us pending their active case is. also in del rio texas troopers arrested an active member of one of the most dangerous drug cartels in new mexico. i'm told he was dressed in camo and found walking on a local highway. he later admitted to being a paid coyote who smuggles migrants into the united states.
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and in laredo area today texas troopers pulled over a semi truck with 105 illegal immigrants packed inside being smuggled. the driver was arrested for human smuggling. laura, we'll send it back to you >> laura: unbelievable story. now, while our border completely breaks down, the biden administration has set its sights elsewhere. so called american infrastructure, but not by addressing the very real issue of roads and bridges, but rather by pouring billions into political pet prong that he can could fundamentally change the face of this country. now, earlier tonight, majority leader chuck schumer decide asked to move toward a final vote on the bill despite the fact that it hasn't even been written yet. here now senator lindsey graham. senator the media still calling this effort, quote, bipartisan. how is this bipartisan and why would a single republican, even if you're retiring, grant them the veneer of legitimacy here?
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>> right. we're not going to file -- we're not going to proceed to a bill that's not written because that makes no sense. so if joe biden really wants to do infrastructure, roads, bridges and ports for around a trillion dollars, there are plenty of republicans that would and chuck schumer's trying to load this effort up. can you imagine? you've been around town for a while laura. filing closer on a bill that doesn't exist is insane. so president biden, get on the phone to schumer and sell him to stand down. tell him that you're undercutting an effort to find common ground on infrastructure regarding roads, bridges and ports. you can tell schumer to stop. whether he will or not i don't know. but you should at least try to stop him from blowing this up. >> well, amy klobuchar kind of gave away the game. watch. >> what you can do from infrastructure, which is not in the bipartisan package and i'm glad they're continuing to negotiate and make progress. what you can do is put election
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infrastructure in there. you could tie it to certain things as incentives for states to do same-day registration, to do the mail-in balloting. >> laura: okay. mail-in ballots. that's part of infrastructure. what? >> with roads and bridges. yeah. so this is the power grip. the three and a half trillion dollars democratic infrastructure package has got not a dam thing to do with infrastructure. they're wanting to put amnesty into the infrastructure bill. so you had a great story just a moment ago about a broken border. imagine if you gave legal status to illegal immigrants without first securing the border. no proposal that's ever been made in washington gave legal status until the border was first secured. joe biden said today he wants to put amnesty in the democratic infrastructure bill, that will lead to an invasion of illegal immigration, it will put jet fuel on a system that's already broken. if you give one person legal status, there will be a run on our border like you've never
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seen before. the dumbest idea in the history of the senate, the history of the white house. it will lead to a breakdown of law and order beyond what you see today. >> laura: well, the president is saying that these investments, senator graham, are going to help with inflation. watch. >> they are. >> we make prudent multi year investments, it breaks up the bottle next in our economy. goods get to consumers more rapidly and less expenseively. it will take the pressure off of inflation, give a boost to our work force which leads to lower prices in the years ahead. so, if your primary concern right now is inflation, you should be even more enthusiastic about this plan. >> okay, now, senator, talk about disinformation campaigns. how does massive spending that we obviously don't need on all this other extraneous stuff, how does that not spur more inflation? how is this, in any way, something that senator porter
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would ever sign onto or mansion, for that matter. he's your buddy. what in god's name is going on here? >> right. so when will you understand, and i don't mean you, personally, but the country that for us biden's a nice fellow who doesn't know what he's doing. look at the border. it was secure. the lowest illegal immigrant crossings in december 2020 what trump did works. six months later a million people across the border and headed to two. the vice-president went to the border, what did she learn? what has she done? she visited the border at he worse now. there's no plan to secure the border. if you think mandating paid family leave on ever employer on the country is going to lower prices, you're crazy. this bill is going to be a massive tax increase on business and it's going to expand the size and role of government, not roads, bridges and ports. it's going to lead to higher prices and less jobs and higher taxes. it's just like the border.
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they don't know what they're doing >> laura: i disagree with you, they know exactly what they're doing. okay. >> you may be right. you may be right >> jim: this is purposeful. they're not morons. they see we have a million plus people already here and they're not doing a dam -- they're just opening the gates, we opened the gates for people all over the world today. >> i'm not taking the more on thing off the table. what i will say is it's the worst i've ever seen it laura and getting worse every day >> laura: senator i hope sanity prevails in this infrastructure bill. >> i'll leave town on this. if we can shut the senate down >> laura: what you didn't see when a pop star visited the white house to push vaccines and the olympics are trying to shut down any extracurricular games in tokyo. raymond explained it, seen and unseen next.
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>> laura: senator i hope sanity raymond arroyo explained it, ra seen and unseen next.
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♪♪ >> laura: it's time for our seen
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and unseen segment where we expose the big cultural stories of the day and for that we turn to fox news contributor raymond arroyo. raymond the biden administration's once again trying to convince the young to get out there and take the covid vaccine. >> well, this time they've recruited pop singer olivia rodrigo. she sat with dr. fauci for cringe worthy tweet reading laura. i'll let you decide if this will encourage anyone to get the vaccine. >> i had a dream that i got the covid-19 vaccine and met dr. fauci afterwards. i told him that i had bought his bobblehead. >> i saw your bobblehead today. >> did you like it? >> yeah, it was amazing. >> the ppl made fun of these dr. fauci crab candles but we got my dad one for his birthday in november. so we lit it every night and everyone in my immediate family was fully vaccinated. >> do you have if fauci candle and bobblehead next to each
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other it's practically a religion laura. perhaps these fauci consults will be tired than the psas. only 42% of 13 to 24 year olds are fully vaccinated but that could all change with this. >> hey, i'm olivia rodrigo and i'm with president biden talking about the importance of getting vaccinated. >> it's critical, especially people olivia's age, he be between the age of 16 and 25. we badly need you to get vaccinated, not only for your own sake and own health, but for all those people around you. >> laura it was announced today that tony bennett who has his own cognitive problems and lady gaga are doing a couple of concerts, that could be their opening act. the big problem here is what the president is not telling young people. the cdc web site itself warns these vaccines cause women to clot, in women under 50, my or
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card ice heart inflammation, the fda added a warning to that effect to the moderna and phizer vaccine and a new warning about a rare side effect that could cause your immune system to attack healthy cells. now, that could be what's fueling the hesitancy among the youngs and i don't think a pop star and uncle joe are going to overcome those facts >> laura: well, i think those are some of the adverse reactions and the possible side effects. >> right >> laura: and if people want to make an informed decision, they can take it all into account or not. i mean, that's their -- >> right >> laura: their right, you know? i mean, she's adorable, you know, could be my daughter's age, an adorable young girl. but i'm not sure that -- what this is about. i mean. >> no >> laura: they keep saying listen to the science. this is an incredibly successful pop star. wa does that have to do with it. >> i don't mind a psa but give young people, give all of us all the information on the side
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effects particularly for the young who are not as vulnerable >> laura: zero risk essentially. >> yeah. the amazing thing is laura, the media operation the white house deployed the media operation to put down a fake photo that landed order the internet of joe biden smelling olivia rodrigo's hair. this is the misinformation they're worrying about. they should worry about the rest of it. anyway covid is hanging over the tokyo olympics as well laura. there were reports that the organizers installed biodegradable cardboard beds in the olympian's bedrooms to discourage anything other than sleeping. the beds would reportedly collapse if more than one person tried to use them. >> wait, an irish gymnast blew up that report though. >> yeah. >> in today's episode of fake news, the beds are supposed to be anti section. they're made out of cardboard
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meant to break. it's fake news >> laura: fake news. >> fake news. laura i never believed this bed story because i knew and red elsewhere the olympic committee is planning to hand out 160,000 condoms to these athletes. so they clearly have their minds on other things so the beds are the least of our worries i think >> laura: i feel sorry for the american athletes. >> a different sporting event a nationals baseball game was interrupted in dc when gunshots broke out. watch this. >> we ask that you remain inside the stadium. your attention, please. we ask you to remain inside the stadium at this time. >> hmm >> laura: well, thousands, i guess, at that point were running for cover and it turns out there were two cars outside of the stadium exchanging gun fire. three people were injured. so what's driving this? >> well, laura, you know what's driving this. the demonization and the defunding of our police. the bad actors know they have nothing to fear, the cops aren't
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watching, aren't around, and as the chief of police and the union in dc is saying, we have elected officials who won't let us do our job and as a result you had that beautiful six year old baby girl killed just blocks away from that stadium, we had shootings in new orleans this week >> laura: horrible. >> i have the stats, 61 in chicago, four in baltimore, 51% increase of shootings here in new orleans. this is a national epidemic laura. we've got to get our arms around this >> laura: who warned about this? who warned about this? yeah, last year donald trump said this would happen. it's exactly what's happening. predictable. >> tragedy >> laura: thank you raymond >> and covid cash flew out the door by the billions, but where has it gone? i have something to tell you about, victor david hanson is here. plus newly uncovered comments from 16 19 founder hannah nicole jones. that's next.
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show me the olympics. ♪ "bugler's dream" begins playing ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪♪ >> laura: in newly uncovered audio from the founder of the 1619 project, we get a taste of what our kids are going to be learning in the schools that actually adopt this twisted curriculum. >> cuba has the least inequality between black and white people of anyplace really in the hemisphere that -- i mean, the
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caribbean, most of the caribbean it's hard to count because the white population in a lot of those countries is very, very small, the countries run by black folks, about you in places that are truly at least biracial countries, cuba actually has the least inequality, and that's largely due to socialism, which i'm sure no one wants to hear. >> laura: actually, nicole, i think it's exactly what people need to hear and you're glad to know what you think here now senior fellow of the institution, victor, this isn't surprising to either of us, we know this is where socialism leads for people like her to believe what she just said but what does it say about what the 1619 project brings. >> the 1619 project laura is a lot of things, the one thing it is not is history. that's 125 year old inquiry, that's what the word means inquiry. it's complexity, it's tragedy.
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it's not cheap mellow drama or soap opera where you say there's one side of these awful white males and their whiteness and on the other side are the non-white non-males victims, these are the victim eyesers, it's like they turned it into a cheap science fiction movies you see in the 50s where people go back in the past and tinker and radio toy change the future. that's what stall indid. they're not historian. and they want a cookie cutter story of the past that serves their present ends to change the future >> laura: and victor, you and i have talked about this before but now that we've seen that this never really was about con if he said rate tap to yous or the confederate flag, it was always about america, taking down what came before all of it, nuclear family, the founders, the constitution, the declaration, all of it's
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fraudulent just like the national anthem, july 4th. so, you know, robert e. lee comes down but that was just the tip of the iceberg. >> yeah, i think they found the civil war bother some, laura, because 700,000 americans were killed. you had people in minnesota and michigan, indiana, that had never seen an african american their entire life going all the way down to georgia with sherman to march through georgia and diane killed to liberate slaves. and that was an inconvenient truth. and all of these inconvenient truths whether it's normandy beach or oak in now wa, they want to get rid of it all and turn night this morality tale where they're the heroes. it's sad what they've done. and when you have young people that don't know much and they're eager to learn history and you give this propaganda to them, you end up with this boring soviet morality tale like i said. and it's dangerous because if
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you destroy the past then you request control the future and that's what they're doing with statuaries, names, it is a systematic cultural revolution, it's the military, it's movies, it's novels, it's corporate world everything, 360 degrees, change the past, control the present, alter the future in their benefit >> laura: and paw, stalin, they all did it and that's the direction they want to take us and people have to wake up and see what's going on. it was never about the confederate flag, i can tell you that. victor thank you. >> never >> laura: and aoc sounded a lot like joe biden tonight? really. the last word, explained.
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>> here's the deal with inflation is that if we do not get the root cause of these price increases right then policy decisions could be made that could really negatively impact your life if this was an
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overall inflation area issue we would see prices going up in relatively equal amounts the across the board and the reason it's important to understand that is because the solution for that is, guess what? infrastructure >> laura: in case you thought there was any daylight between biden and aoc, that talking point should put it to rest. that's what he said. gutfeld next. >> it's not good enough anymore. i want to protect free speech? no. we want people to be protected from disinformation. to be protected from dying in this country. to be protected from people like donald trump, who spread disinformation for -- who love to make sure that the division and the death continues >> greg: i wonder if it's hard work being that stupid.


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