tv Tucker Carlson Tonight FOX News July 29, 2021 10:00pm-11:00pm PDT
>> ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪ we are watching the lunatics in charge of our country spiral in deeper in the day into madness and as we watch that, we have a deed to keep a track of their decline. we sue that to establish a historical record of the craziness for the amusement of future generations. we thought we had reached all-time high water watermark. we told you that willie ramm's girlfriend decided that she
knows about covid more -- a person who cannot figure out how to pronounce her own first name. that person is now issuing medical directives medical doctors and demanding they obey. the media meanwhile think that's perfectly normal. that's how bonkers things have become. yet it seems to be accelerating. today the secretary of defense appeared in public wearing this costume. mr. lloyd austin, everybody, the man in charge of our weapons systems. what has he got on there? is it a welder's mask? looks like lloyd austin is just terrified of covid. why doesn't he lose weight? that's a good question. that would be the rational response. he's not even considered that. lloyd austin instead got the vaccine. but he still so petrified of coronana that he's got a windshield over his facer and that demands all of his beautiful little minions to the
same. entire army of dental hygienists. move against taiwan and we'll strike the tartar off yourft molars! austin look scared for his life. notice how he bumps their hands instead of shaking them. how long until lloyd austin is wearing surgical gloves in the shower and zip tying garbage bags around his feet? the united states military is being run by a neurotic cat lady. the entire government is. 90-year-old nancy pelosi that anyone caught without a paper obedience mask in the house will be arrested. the signs demands this response. no offense nancy pelosi, we should check for ourselves. this is what the cdc said. thank you for your request. the location of this data from the cdc is coming tomorrow. so to be clear, the scientific
guidelines that scientists have not explained. your kids will suffocate in class for ten hours a day all next year and no one has told you why that's necessary. by this point, you probably have some sense of what's going on. the teachers unions want that to happen. therefore, it's happening. government the single worst people in the country. somebody is going to write a bitterly hilarious book about all of this someday. but when that book is finally written, congressman jerry nadler of new york will it.ly play some role in he will be a character. on several different levels, as we see the epidemiological community, at risk with covid. he is old and he likes doughnuts. we don't judge one of those things for a second. onse the other hand, we are not the covid cops. nancy pelosi is. except when she's at the hairdresser.
somehow chief pelosi is letting jerry nadler skate. matt rosendale just took this footage lumbering through the capital mask list. your face will notice is naked to the world. a felony in progress but no arrest. that purpose got away.er it's all enough to make you wonder that maybe democrats might be using covid for political advantage. why wouldn't they? the pandemic has been awfully good to the democratic party so far.th their allies in the federal bureaucracy help to create the virus in the first place with ghoulish tax pended experiments in china. they rode the panic all the way to the white house to a socialized economy. they are betting that corona will help them keep power forever. could that really be what's happening? let's see. go to a quiet place and think carefully about the last 18 months. all of it. including the part where they told you that young lives could
not spread covid. the question is why are republicans in congress still playing along with it. because they are scared of being called science deniers by people that think men can have babies? what's going on here? today congressman chip roy of texas increasingly looks like a hero. confronted the republican leader kevin mccarthy about this. why are we letting nancy pelosi politicize science to make a one-party state of america? according to politico, kevin mccarthy did not have much of an answer for this. says he plans on being the speaker of the house one day it may be he will. but what's the point of running a country -- the covert vaccine, which we will remind you has not been approved by the fda, is mandatory for all federal workers including for federal contractors as well as the
armed forces. there are many millions of people. companies like google, facebook netflix, and of course "the washington post" and jeff bezos, have announced medical mandates and none ofti them have exemptions to the millions and millions and millions of americans who have recovered from covid, have and active antibodies, shouldn't probably have it. what's the justification for doing all of this? watch joe biden explain. >> all americans who live in areas of the high cases in rates who follow the mass guidance is being laid down by the cdc. i certainly will and i have because this is one of those areas in washington. in my decision, in my direction, all federal personnel and visitors in federal buildings will have to do the same thing. >> sean: washington, d.c., is
now a covid hot spot, says a credit card to shield turned epidemiologist. what does that mean? washington is a covid hot spot? the district of columbia has recorded a total of two covid debts over the past two weeks. how many is that? point of reference, same period more in washington, d.c., have been murdered. the crime epidemic is far more dangerous to human beings then covid is. yet joe biden is not sending the national guard into washington's poorest neighborhoods to protect people from being murdered. he's mandating injections of an experimental vaccine. this isn't normal. this is a foundational principle. everything is based on the overwhelming majority of americans agree with it in both parties. suddenly you can no longer express that out loud.
when he sent us a message on social media noting that americans have the right to choose which drugs were injected into their body, let me call my own shots. facebook immediately censored it. this is false, facebook wrote. independent fact-checkers say that this has no basis in fact. end of quote. it's no longer factually correct that you can control what the government injects into your bodies. if you want to live in the place like that, let's ask a doctor. by our count, there are four position serving in the a united states senate. all of them are republicans. one of them has been brave enough to ask obvious questions about what's happening right now. senator rand paul in kentucky joins us. so many questions. >> thanks for having me. >> sean: let me just say this. the first, why would people who
have recovered from covid and have active antibodies, they have natural immunity, what would they be forced to take an experiment of vaccine? >> no science behind it. all the studies that looked at natural immunity shows that natural immunity is as good as an immunity you get from the vaccine. people have to realize that vaccines are based on what we've learned from natural immunity over the last couple of hundred years, how the body responds to a foreign particle, a virus, or bacteria, and we simulate thatcc with a vaccine. the vaccine simulating the natural immunity that i have that dr. fauci discounts it. 39 million people officially have had covid, but conservative evidence indicate that another 70 odd million have had it. really it's over 100 million americans who have had it, probably 160 million have been inoculated with the vaccine together, we have an enormous
amounts of immunity. the other day that oversees a five years of age, 90% of people have now been inoculated. extraordinary success. they say we have to inoculate in the hospital before they have to form. >> sean: you have practiced for many years. i thought it was from the foundational ethics of american signs that you could not force people to accept medicine, congress and people to accept medicines that they don't want and they don't need. is that true? >> no question. in the frida society, individuals make their own decision. more than one doctor's opinion, they are going back to masks because of the delta variant? one large study, 92,000
patients, do you know how many people died in the vaccinated wing of this, do you know how many people died, there are 52,000 people now vaccinated, that works out the .08%, less than the flu. that is under age 50. as many people have died as died last year, so the delta variant is more transmissible but less deadly. but if you say that, facebook will take you down, chastise you, take away your birthday, and say you are spreading this truth, but it's absently effectual. the delta variant is more transmissible but far less deadly than the virus from last year. >> sean: this seems like lunacy to me. are you worried that people in charge of the most powerful country in the world could make baldlyth irrational decisions, t be challenged on it, not be stopped when they do it.
where does that lead? >> the real problem is when we get to groupthink and there is no more skepticism. even scientists such as einstein realized that signs, important to be skeptical and always challenging each other and he always said that even i'm one experiment away from being disproven. we need skepticism, there needs to be robust debate, but realize what facebook and twitter are pushing us towards is a world in which there is no debate, there is only one truth, but they'll get that truth. the truth comes from them. they are not disinterested people. look at dr. fauci. one of the reasons he's being dishonest is that if this virus is attached to the wuhan lab and he's been funding the wuhan lab, it attaches with that moral culpability, but he cannot be impartial because any funding to the wuhan lab now sticks to him and that's why he's doing everything he can to cover it up.
>> tucker: maybe we can have a congressional investigation on that. senator rand paul come appreciate you coming on tonight. senator and physician. turns out joe biden wasn't just schilling for credit card companies. he represented one of america's most corrupt states for several years. he also drove a big wheel there. he was a working man. didn't know that? mark steyn you would. plus the epicenter for the border crisis for a brand-new episode of our documentary series. a preview of that is straight ahead.
>> ♪ ♪ >> tucker: you thought joe biden spent several hundred years in united states senate trying to make it harder for you to discharge credit card debt, being a shill for the credit card companies and helping near dweller shakedown foreign governmentsin for bribe. but at one point he was deep beneath the earth digging for coal to keep the lights on. here he is in 2008 remembering that experience.e >> i am a hard coal miner. in scranton, pennsylvania. that's where i was born and
raised. it's nice to be back in coal country. >> tucker: correction, it's answer -- takes a coal miner to know that difference. after he dumped coal, biden became a civil rights leader. when he fixed our initial problems here he went all the way to south africa to freeze nelson mandela. >> their great honor of being arrested with our u.n. ambassador on the streets of soweto. going down the south africa, nelson mandela. >> i came back from south africa to see nelson mandela getting arrested, trying to see them on robbins island. he was in prison. >> he got arrested in south africa for trying to do the right thing. prison changes a man. isn't even phased joe biden. he grew up on the wrong side of
the tracks in wilmington. remember the time he whipped corn pop's sorry ass with a chain. >> corn pop walks out with that chain and you walk down to the car and say, you may cut me, man, but i'm going to wrap this chain around your head. >> tucker: you thought he was useless! that man has skills. he's got skills. he doesn't just do it up and talk, got more hair plugs, he's done stuff. we learn more of that stuff today during a visit to a mack truck facility in pennsylvania. joe biden told us, this had not been reported by many of his biographers, he can in fact double clutch a quad box. he used to drive an 18-wheeler. >> i used to drive an 18-wheeler, man. >> tucker: [chuckling]
has mark steyn driven 18-wheeler? i don't know. he's written a lot of books, great bestsellers. joins us not to assess the remarkable career the president of united states. great to see you tonight. can you double clutch a quad box? can you drive an 18-wheeler? >> none of us have the skill set that joe biden has. and i utterly deploy your skepticism about o this. when he went to go rescue nelson, who was driving the 18-wheeler. he didn't realize that he could go to robben island. he thought it was like rhode island where you could go by road. he was driving a 19 wielder. used to be a 23 wheeler but corn pop stole five of the wheels. it's true that he wasn't actually, we are hung up on
details. he said he was a fighter pilot in the spanish-american war and you guys go bananas, but in fact he did once take a business class flight to barcelona in 1978. so we are getting -- i think a little too hung up on the details here. he has a rich life, you know? he has driven a 23 wheeler. he's allowed to stay up late, he watches wheel of fortune. that is a wheeler. not always allowed to. sometimes he has to turn in after "murder she wrote." he has a very rich life. none of these fantasies are ashe insane as the reality of putting the defense secretary in a plexiglass helmet as if you are going to project him into space.
>> tucker: if i could just boil down your analysis, i think you're saying we need to appreciate what we are calling now in 2021 joe biden's with the experience. >> joe biden's board by policy. he can't finish sentences even when he's got people in his h ear piece telling him the words to say. he tells off in those sentences when he starts talking about the economy. when you suddenly think, remember when with corn pop in the 18-wheeler and you have to dynamite the mountain pass and fulton county, georgia, because the republicans were trying to get through so they could audit the ballots there and you went to dynamite the whole thing with your 18-wheeler full of credit cards from the first nationaln? bank of wuhan and all of a sudden joe biden springs to life. that's the real joe biden and
this task they pop up in front of the prompter is the one we should get rid of. >> tucker: our cameraman is laughing, by the way. thank you as always for making sense of a world gone mad. appreciate it. >> thanks a lot, tucker. >> tucker: a brand-new episode of our documentary series came out today on fox nation. this, this episode is called the illegal invasion, producers wenv to one place hidden hard by the border crisis, we rode alongco with -- it has destroyed the town in a lot of ways. here's a look at what we found. while writing with chief rodriguez, we got a call about suspicious individuals walking through town.
[vehicle beeping] [sirens] the suspects fled on foot. >> we are going to set up our perimeter. going to try to get them out. >> [speaking in spanish] speak a does he want to go? >> where does he want to go. >> tucker: that's a documentary called "the illegal invasion" and it is an invasion. it's on foxnation.com. you can stream it right after
the show or anytime if you'd like. the cdc has announced that vaccinated people must wear masks indoors. that raises the question, what else is a cdc recommending? what are the other recommendations and are you following them? are you eating uncooked cookie dough? we have a look at what the cdc is recommending straight ahead.
>> tucker: you got to wear masks indoors now. that's the word from the cdc which is fully in control of the country. since democracy has been suspended, it's worth looking at what else the cdc is saying. any guidance you are overlooking. >> the cdc is recommending that even vaccinated people wear masks in public indoor spaces in parts of the country where the virus is surging. we should clarify the cdc doesn't set policy or issue mandates, it simply makes my recommendations because if the cdc did issue mandates, as john belushi and dan are quite would say, you go hungry. here is why. say you want a steak for dinner. the cdc has no problem with that unless you want it rare or medium rare. the cdc says it's got to be cooked to 145 degrees which for
many chefs is medium well. good for my wife. not so good for a lot of people. while you are at the cdc steak house, going to have to skip the caesar salad because the dressing has raw eggs. the cdc says eggs need to be cooked and that tends to chunk up the salad a bit. how about an appetizer.an the cdc would suggest oysters as long as they are fully cooked. but then that takes away their magic properties and could lead to a decrease in the u.s. population. since you are not having dinner, maybe you like dessert, except you have to steer clear of the cookie dough ice cream. it's the raw egg thing. come to think of it, if you are not eatinghe an appetizer or steak, salad, or dessert, you are going to need to put the mask back on.>> tucker? >> tucker: trace gallagher, of course. thanks pair there are two types of people who run for office in one category is really big, one category is really small. the big categories people who
want to get to off it because they want to prove something to their alcoholic fathers. there's a small category of people because they really believe something and they've got something to say. you almost never see these people. one of them is j.d. vance. doesn't need to run for office. but he is. the second he announced places like "the daily beast" and "the washington post" and the atlantic, the access of protectors of the ruling class have gone crazy. they hate him. they really hate him and that's how you know he means it. latest example claim friday in alexandria. made a point that the childless left, why is it just a normal fact of life that the leaders of our country are people who don't have a personal and direct stake in it via their own offspring? that's what he asked and he went completely bananas. will asked j.d. vance what he
meant and saying things are solidly true. j.d. vance, thanks so much for coming on. tell us -- that was a very short snippet of a much longer speech. a really interesting speech that people should read. but what were you saying? >> thanks, tucker. folks want to help us out, j.d.vance.com. what we were saying is we are effectively run in the country are run by a bunch of childless cat ladies be admissible in the choices in their lives have made and want to make anybody else miserable too. kamala harris, pete buttigieg, aoc, the democrats are run by people with no children. i wanted to ask the question and propose that may be if we want a healthy ruling class in this country we should invest more, but more, support more people
who actually have kids. those are the people who ultimately have a more direct stake in the future of this country. >> tucker: if you called for lowering tax rates to zero or invading canada or -- i don't really know what, making the death penalty mandatory to people who have vaccines, something really radical, they wouldn't notice, "the atlantic" would've just nodded but saying something like that throws them insane.sa why? >> it actually hit a nerve. these peoplee recognize they are unhappy. they live in one bedroom apartments in new york city, claimed their entire lives to win a status game. obsessed with their jobs, obsessed with their wealth and their fortunes, they look at middle america, people who are actually pretty happy with their lives and the choices they've made and they hate normal americans were choosing family over these ridiculous d.c. and new york status games and i think because of that, they just get so angry when somebody calls it what it is. it's acceptable if they ignore it and it never happens but if
calls and says, if you are a miserable cat lady, he should not force the misery on the rest of the country, they get really upset about it. by the way, tucker, it's a good thing they get upset about it. it suggests that they know we are heading a nerve not with this c campaign but with this message that we should invest in american families in this country. nothing else, we should be about happy stable families. >> tucker: do you think this would be a happier country if it were run by happier people? >> [chuckling] i definitely do! it's not just the leaders of the left of course. it's not the democrat politicians. you know this, tucker. the most miserable people in the mainstream media by the mediocre journalists who have their entire sense of self-worthor wrapped up in their jobs instead of their families, people who know where they come from. people who go home at night and see the space of a smiling kid to fit whatever the profession, i think they are happier, they are healthier, they are going to
be better prepared to actually lead this country. the problem i have especially while we are entering this period of covid obsession can we have some new people suggesting we mask our children again. the people who are proposing this don't have to go home to a child at the end of the day. if they did, i do not think they'd be proposing all these ridiculous restrictions again. >> tucker: they are opposing their psychodrama's and their neuroses on us. we will say no thanks -- they hate you when you say that! way to see you. thank you. >> thanks, tucker. >> tucker: some parents in isolated pockets across the country started to figure out what their kids are being taught in school and they started to fight back against it. now some teachers come a few very teachers, are refusing to teach it. one has been refused relieved of duty for doing it.
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bright guy in it's independent schools. recent speech to other not very bright people from not very impressive and yet extremely expensive schools, glasgow denounced anyone who disagreed with him as a white supremacist and an insurrectionist. >> there is no true or metaphor that independent schools and independent school leadership, and independent school politics, then that moment on january 6th when everybody who stood against everything we said we were came to storm the gates because of violence impacting them because of their inability to give up a little bit of self for the greater good because they had the privilege of something they had the right -- they want your schools, all the schools directly on this, when will we stop hiring, promoting,
expanding the number of people who are on the inside opening the gates? >> no conversation, if you disagree with rhonda glasgow's politics, you are a racist. shut up and give us our 66,000 a year is to fail educators of children everywhere. these are the people who run the country. trust us. by the way, works as a diversity consultant, practitioner of diversity he says in his bio for the national association of in dependent schools, and the aif. he pushed his propaganda all kinds of other schools including the grace church school which for many years was a great school in lower manhattan. one teacher at that school paul roxy objected to all of this in a long letter which is printed on sub stack. he was just relieved of his duties were doing that. a brave man for doing that, and articulate man, we are happy to have them on tonight. thanks so much for coming on.
for our viewers who hadn't read what you wrote, can you just summarize it crisply and tell us what you did it, why would you take the stand when so few others have? >> well, tucker, thanks for having me on. i got into trouble because in a racially segregated meeting, i question a facilitator's assertion that values like objectivity and individualism or are characteristics of whites of pharmacy. i want to model to my students who had doubts that it's okay to question these beliefs and ideas that are being misrepresented as knowledge. because i was successful and i broke the ice and in this meeting with 200 students and 30-40 of my colleagues, students started to ask questions, felt successful about that. i was publicly reprimanded,
classes arima signed, i was barred from thee building. >> you are clearly a smart person and you write very well unlike most people. you have chosen to teach. you clearly think it's important. what's the effect when people send kids to school, there is no such thing when you can judge people by the color of their skin. what happens to society when you can do that? >> what happens in the way the pedagogy from the earliest grades is that students are being sorted seduced away from their personal identity, the preferences, character, into this group identity based around race and gender. that kind of collectivist mind-set wants that established by third grade, fourth grade,
they are on top of that operating system. all of the various claims made about our history, the one-sided claims, presenting a one-sided view of the into the present day and that has deleterious effects. i don't understand. i'm a math teacher. there is no method objectivity. we have had black and brown students struggling in math across the country. how does it help them to succeed to tie objectivity to what is an ultimate evil? that's not going to help anyone. white students either. i don't see the benefits of that. >> your wisdom and bravery in expanding things. are you teaching now? do you find a new place?
>> i'm actually working on a book right now. with all the debate going on, i want to make it real for people, how these ideas manifest for children in the classroom. what is happening on the ground for students, i want to bring in teacher-student voices, i want to call ecological experts, draw my own experience to paint that picture because they are very well-meaning people that are on the other side of this, i feel like they have been seduced into a set of practices that are not helpful and i want to show that. >> tucker: i hope you come back. when you write that book, you can come back t here. >> thank you, tucker.
>> tucker: kamala harris and >> tucker: so kamala harris and aoc and other geniuses at the democratic party decided we have to defund the police, black lives matter told us that cops were racist and all the dumb people believe them.nd police reform. what happened? thousands of people died. places got way more dangerous. few places have been hit as hard then a place called paterson, new jersey. the crime scene no one is talking about. a total about 170 police officers have been forced out in recent months. it's not a huge place. in the first half of this year, shootings are up by over 70%. bill tempe is from patterson. he's running for congressman in new jersey. thank you for coming on tonight. paterson is one of those places that built america. big manufacturing town. that died. it has become a much poorer town
and dangerous town.g you lived there. tell us what happened in patterson. >> i lived in paterson, new jersey, my entire life. i live in an area and it's not a safe place. violence has gone through the roof tremendously. we are about to approach a 120 for shooting not too long ago. not too long ago in may 1 of my good friends from high school was recently killed by the horrible gun violence and has ngbeen going on. his name was ravel trejo. this is what's been happening when they tell people that we don'tt need police in our communities. the crime coming out, a lot of it has come out, they turn on drugs, the democrats have controlled our city for well over 60 years and the incumbent, my opponent bill pastoral has been in congress for over 23 years. the entire time he's been in office, i've seen my city completely plunge into chaos.
different layers, different councilman, never been as horrible as it is right now and the current mayor gone on television, got on facebook nine not so long ago wearing a bulletproof vest and the mayor's badge walking around with press but only doing it because election time is coming up right now. him wearing the bulletproof vest hosed a testament to his complete failure in the community but what i like to see, i'd like to see more communities where you can have people who get jobs elsewhere from doing crime, the democrats pandering to the camera, they only care about getting votes and our city has been right for corruption manyy years. despite this, patterson makes up 35% of the voting block in the ninth district of new jersey. literally harvesting votes and buy votes, a lot of people in
patterson will tell you about this. giving the $10 bill for their ballot. a that happens quite a bit so that's how they keep control of the city. they buy people off, they buy people's votes, they don't say anything of trying to change it. i'm sick and tired of it. i've lived there the entire life and i seei it going downhill. got nothing to lose but everything to gain in our community has everything to gain so that's why i decided to step up for it. >> tucker: what you are saying, i've seen some of it in northern new jersey where you live and is totally 100% true, i don't even care what you are for. the people running our terrible and may be what they have to lose? i'm rooting for you. absolutely right, they've got nothing to lose by voting for you. the people running it are awful. thank you. good to see you, billy. we are out of time. we can go on and on. brand-new episode, "tucker carlson originals," on
fox nation and it's good, we think. there is a huge cost to opening the borders but equally to all of us, but imagine you live there right there, it'll turn your life upside down. nobody cares. at 8:00 p.m., the show that's the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, groupthink.ht we are going to watch and we hope you do too. >> welcome to "hannity," i'm judge jeanine pirro in for hannity and we begin with two months ago in may 2021. at the time, joe biden proudly announced that his dark winter was finally over. he vowed that americans who took the vaccine could remove their masks and return to a normal life. since then, 45 million more americans receive the vaccine. but now, after new murky