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would give states resources to build the wall since the federal government has fallen flat on its face. todd: congressman jim banks, you have had a busy last couple weeks there on capitol hill. we appreciate you getting up with us. thank you so much. have a great weekend. jillian: thank you. >> good to be with you. todd: have a good weekend. jillian: i keep forgetting it's friday. i'm so thrown off. todd: we can tell you "fox & friends" starts right now. >> freedom comes responsibility. >> as the president you said if you are fully vaccinated you no longer need to wear a mask. >> no, i didn't say that. >> if you have been fully vac sin nayed, you no longer need to wear a mask. >> u.s. capitol police are threatening to arrest any visitor or staffer who refuses to wear a mask. >> nancy pelosi is totally off the rails and she has gone totally nuts. >> senators come to agreement on infrastructure package progressives say the price tag should be higher. >> squad member cori bush pointing to issues of race. >> is this the bipartisan
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infrastructure group or the audience at a kid rock concert? >> chicago mayor lori lightfoot maskless on lola p&a palooza. >> [cheers] >> 301-pound he fought for more than 8 hours. >> totally worth it. steve: good morning, atlanta. currently 77. you are going for a high today of 93 on this, the 30th day of july, 2021. you are listen to amy grant singing baby, baby. she is our featured performer today during the all-american
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concert series brought to you by our friends at best western. she is going to be with us at the conclusion of the show. rachel: so exciting. big grammy winner. i heard todd piro on "fox & friends first" said he had a massive crush on amy grant. steve: brian has a huge crush on ulysses s. grant because he loves history. brian: not related one won a war. rachel: one won a grammy and one won a war. brian: country? rachel: no she is a christian singer but married a to country singer vince gill. steve: we have rachel campos toughy she was on all weekend. today the whole week and going to be in this weekend. you can't shake her. written brian she is going to be here until you run out of outfits. as soon as she runs out of outfits she is gone. rachel: i will start wearing your suit. brian: it's easy to be us. steve: great you would join us
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on this friday. a busy friday. a lot of news. i'm sure you everywhere watching the channel last night. lock down concerns loom over the biden administration as the president makes his push to vaccinate everybody in america who can get the shot. rachel: that's right. this is as republicans march maskless in defiance of speaker pelosi's rules. brian: chaos reigns supreme. griff i say your name with a question mark. griff: are you ready to go down to lockdowns? yesterday at the white house they weren't ruling it out saying they will listen to the science and the cdc. watch. >> we listened to the cdc and the experts and their guidance. you know, the cdc is a body that is very well respected and we -- again, we follow their find dance. >> the president announcing now every federal government employee a contractor must show proof of vaccination or face rigorous testing.
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wear activist that, social distancing and limit their travel. >> with freedom comes responsibility. the decision to be unvaccinated impacts someone else. unvaccinated people spread the virus. griff: biden also pushing vaccine initiatives including directing the military adding covid shots to required vaccines and offering 100 bucks to get the shot. this as much of the country returns to that mask mandate including on capol hill where some refusing to wear a mask can be arrested. now capitol police issuing a memo saying this, quote: officers should not arrest any member for failure to wear a of course that. but any person who fails to either comply or leave would be subject to an arrest for unlawful entry. house republicans were outraged. some marching from the house to the senate floor in protest yesterday. they are demanding the cdc release the data behind their mask mandate reversal. this as some republicans are
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calling out the capitol decision dr. brian monahan for not wearing a mask while briefs house members about the new mask mandate. brian, steve, mitchell? steve: that's crazy. house members, the republicans who don't want to wear the mask, could they wind up getting arrested if they're on the senate side of the building or just on the house side where nancy pelosi presides? griff: that is a good question, steve. the answer is no. because on the senate side it's a different rule than what speaker pelosi is pushing. steve: griff, that's nuts. it's the same building. it's nuts. griff: it's nuts. and now we have got saturday at 5:00 a.m., tomorrow 5:00 a.m., d.c.'s mayor mural bowser is saying masks for everybody indoors. yet another wrinkle coming. brian: interesting word wrinkle a life upheaval, thanks so much, griff. here we go local officials will
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have our lifestyle in their hands. can't rule out more lockdowns and remote learning for kids when they go back to school. the locals can we would mask mandates or not. misinformation a problem. they still continue to say that now offering $100 incentives. steve: i did it for free. brian: i feel like i acted too soon if i held out. rachel: history. steve: i was only kidding about grant. rachel: he does love history. i was talking to sean about mask mandate. article 1 section 6 clause 1 protects senators and represent frifs getting arrested on their way to vote. it's in the constitution. you can't do that because when the founders did, this they were concerned that members might be arrested on their way to d.c. and it could affect legislation. that's why they backed down a little bit. i have will tell you what,
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members of congress on the republican side are one, i think reflecting the rule of the people, 74% of americans do not want mask mandates. and, two, they are just angry at the collegiality that has broken down under speaker pelosi. brian: she is the worst. she is getting a total pass. she called kevin mccarthy a moron yesterday. rachel: she put metal detectors implying republican congressional members of congress are terrorists. picking members of people's committees. taking republican members off of miss and now she is, you know, threatening to arrest members of congress who won't wear a mask. and so i think that the collegiality is breaking down. i think it's a big problem. we see that peter doocy was mask mandate, take a look.
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you said you no longer need to wear a mask. >> no, i didn't say that. >> i did. i asked you. >> i said if you are fully vaccinated in an area where you do not have -- let me clarify. steve: in may you made it lose ticket to losing the mask forever. >> that is true at the time because i thought there were people who were going to understand that getting vaccinated made a gigantic difference. and what happened was the new variant came along, they didn't get vaccinated, it was spread more rapidly and people -- more people were getting sick. steve: okay. so peter did a little fact checking of the president. rachel: sure did. steve: you could see he was hot of the collar. brian: he wanted to say he didn't say that. steve: we could play the video where he did that "the washington post" on their front page today up in the corner, they have got the cdc internal slide presentation that apparently led to the about face
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it has a more urgent tone. that's why they said you have got wear your mask. everybody, according to the cdc, the slide show, it says the vaccination is your best defense against this variant that is so contagious. they are comparing it to how fast ebola spreads. as common and quickly. brian: it's not as lethal. steve: it's not as lethal. that is some of the terminology it spreads just as fast as ebola which, obviously, it goes on to say they have got to change their messaging by saying ebola, that's party of the messaging. rachel: used to be the government would try to calm down the massives. the government is always trying to up the fear ante. representative crenshaw from texas says i don't care what the government says, people are not going to follow these mandates anymore. take a look.
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>> i think from pressure from the administration, again, because i think the democrats love to instill fear in the hearts of americans. and i think americans are really sick of this. they are over it they are not going to comply. and you shouldn't comply with any more lockdowns, with any more mandates, none of it. here in the house they are trying to fine us and jail us if we are not wearing a of course that. these people are crazy. if you have the vaccine, it's going to be a cold. if you get it if you are asymptomatic. if you spread it to someone who is not vaccinated that's their choice if someone is vulnerable they are wearing n 95 mask and handling their own health. we can't look out for the people that are immunocompromised. they have to look out for themselves while being responsible. you can't walk around -- you walk around on daily basis life is full of risks. now they will use this opportunity to lock everybody down the result will be less faith in the system.
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rachel: it see in this moment is inflection point. over the last year i have been wondering when will americans have enough? i see so much submission to these kinds of edicts without the science backing it up or the science changing and then them not changing the policy. so we will see. that really is the question. if everybody decides to not follow the rules, then they can't do it. but if people. brian: law enforcement gives homicide suspects ankle bracelets and looking to arrest you for not wearing a mask. rachel: exactly. steve: flexion point is coming in the come months when people start sending their kids back to school. rachel: great point. science. steve: the manifestation is these people at the school board meetings and going hey, look, what are you doing to us? the science says and you know what the science says. anyway, more on this a little later on. meantime come look it at your tv set. does this look like a kid rock
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concert to you? well, that's what some progressives are saying as they are tearing into the senate infrastructure bill negotiators over a lack of diversity. and that's not all. we are going to talk about that after a brief time-out. you are watching "fox & friends" on a friday. ♪ ♪ the sleep number 360 smart bed is on sale now. it's the most comfortable, dually-adjustable, foot-warming, temperature-balancing... proven quality night sleep we've ever made. save up to $1,000 on select sleep number 360 smart bed and adjustable bases. plus, free premium delivery. ends monday. my nunormal? fewer asthma attacks with nucala. a once-monthly add-on injection
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when you add xfinity mobile. get started today. show me the olympics. [ "bugler's dream" playing ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ jillian: back with headlines starting with a fox news alert. a nevada highway estate trooper hit by a car during pursuit. he was trying to lay down spike strips to stop the fleeing suspect's car. douglas claiborne shot and killed by law enforcement. police say they chased clayborn
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nearly 20 miles after he was identified as a suspect in a carjacking. let's go to fox weather. five people hurt after a tornado rips through eastern pennsylvania. the roof of a car dealership in ben salem township bucks county partially collapsing as cars flip over on top of each other in a parking lot. just to the west near altoona, video showing ominous funnel cloud over nancy glow, pennsylvania. and a larger cloud over saint clairsville, ohio, yesterday afternoon. the national weather service tornado hit in jefferson county just to the north. go to tokyo where sunni lee becomes the fifth straight american woman to win olympic gold in the individual all around gymnastics competition. the last american to do it simone biles cheering leon from the stand after dropping out over mental health concerns. team u.s.a. swimming and racking up more medals, lily king claiming gold as annie takes bronze in the women's 200-meter
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breast stroke final. the u.s. still leading with the most total 41 so far. when it documents gold china 18, japan with 16 and the u.s. behind with 14. and the very close call the driver of this car coming face to face with a piece of metal after it lodged into his windshield while he was driving on utah freeway. he handled the situation quote as cool as a cucumber. >> served with a little to the left. and it was like a half inch piece of steel. it was in the windshield. >> the driver is okay. it is still unclear where the debrief bree came from. i would not be quite that calm if i was telling the same story. steve: i know, no kidding. that's just nuts. jillian, thank you very much. on wednesday night the senate voted to start working on a $1 trillion infrastructure this is just infrastructure not all that other stuff. because it doesn't have all that
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other stuff that the progressives want. it has infuriated a lot of people. and suddenly there is a new line of attack that is quite or we're going to show you. it started yesterday. aoc tweeted this out. she used a screen graph from msnbc. she said -- showing all the people on the bipartisan group. she said a lot of times bipartisan agreements are just as defined by people, by who people in power agree to exclude than include. and take a look, look at that do you notice something about those people? well, it if it is not obvious to you it was obvious to representative cori bush. rachel: that's right. she tweeted out is this the bipartisan infrastructure group or the audience at a kid rock concert #negotiation so white. she was far less subtle than aoc but we get the point. we also get that, you know, if she -- if somebody had said that the black caucus looked like a
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jay-z concert they would be in a lot of trouble. brian: i never thought about that analogy but that's 100 percent correct. that's amazing. normally the shots are at the right. she is taking a shot at her own party. do you think that mitch mcconnell put senator kyrsten sinema there and senator joe manchin and senator warren. at one point if you want to govern america you should look at people as americans. that doesn't drill in her head. the bipartisan deal is something that is debatable on its face we know what's coming next, everything that aoc and company want. jammed down throats on purely partisan way that they might even include get this naturalizing citizens through immigration they say infrastructure. and they might be looking for voting infrastructure. that's the bigger story. but, again, looking to divide the country on racial lines. for those looking to -- where this goes today, the debate starts on the house floor. they are going to do this thing
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fill in the details. right now is all they have a framework. steve: they have a ream of empty paper, paper that doesn't have anything printed on it. rachel: really manipulative, i didn't get my way and greene green new deal. brian: she did get a lot of green stuff. rachel: she did get a lot. she racialized it. , which again, adding to what he we talked about earlier all the divisiveness on the hill. diversity is more than just skin color. diversity is about ideas and intellectual diversity. economic diversity i'm sure some of those people on that bipartisan committee some of them may maybe come from different parts of the country, different socioeconomic background. brian: would she have been happier if tim scott was on? it. rachel: good point. steve: finally getting something done in washington and they don't like it. anyway, because they want so much more. it's 1 trillion, they want close to 4 trillion. brian: they might get it. steve: you never know.
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i doubt it. brian: next though, that's what's coming right down the pike and nancy pelosi said she won't even do this unless the other reconciliation bill which is pure party lines is ready to go right after. steve: brian, aocer is said it said liberals would take this smaller infrastructure bill unless they got that great big spend palooza from spend palooza to lola palooza. it opened last night. the mayor, lori lightfoot had instituted more of the restrictions regarding covid. for this particular festival in grant park, which was at full capacity. you have to show that you have been vaxxed or you have got a negative covid test within the last 74 hours. then you could jump in the mud. >> mosh pit. look at that i'm sure joe biden
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would be going i don't know if that's safe there are so many people next to each other. they have to wear a mask at all times. although that is going to be hard to police. brian: you think so? you don't have the vaccination thing? just wear the mask. absolutely. i will wear it all day until they are about 20 feet away from the cop. brian: would you put down your gun i would like to fine you for your mask. rachel: more interested in policing for masks and whether people have been vaccinated or not instead of policing a city actually falling into massive chaos. by the way she was maskless at the kennedy wedding. they chose her to efficient the wedding of one of the kennedy nephews. brian: i'm sure cardinal dolan was busy. steve: i'm sure she was maskless at lola palooza. brian: second marriage. one wedding marriage go so well go back and give. this is revowing their vows. steve: do you know why?
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brian: why, what happened? steve: so you don't know the story. they were married in december during covid by lori lightfoot in just a courtroom setting. and they said you know what? once we get past this stuff, we will have something at high ennis out in the commonwealth of massachusetts. that's right. they were remarried they felt they weren't really married in the first way in a big way and so they had a big party and there you can see. rachel: it's a beautiful nice. steve: kennedy grandson and his wife erin. rachel: beautiful wedding outside don't need to be masked anyway. thousands of people killed. look at these numbers. steve: she has time to leave town. rachel: time to leave. her city is on fire with crime and that's what she is spend hearing time doing. brian: right. you can't just spend your whole day introducing rock bands. do you have to once in a while, the job of the mayor never ceases. sometimes you have to it massachusetts and give rich people a chance to get married
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again. rachel: for a second time. steve: yesterday a 14-year-old boy you shot twice in the head while he was sitting in the car in the morgan park neighborhood that is the way this is all operating. somebody in one car. somebody in another car shoots at those people. they are really good shots. somebody is always getting shot in the head. it's teenager. brian: right. i'm wondering, remember mayor de blasio is having this major concert right in central park. are we going to have that concert? steve: in august. because you have got to be vaccinated. brian: chicago rules. we will find out today if we're going to have indoor mask mandates in new york city because they have done such a great job during this pandemic staying ahead of the curve. steve: the good news is all the stuff from the cdc has just been a suggestion, essentially. brian: which democrats use as man at a time. steve: but local governors and mayors get to decide what are we
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going to do in our town and that's why we brought up mayor lori lightfoot who, even though she is out of town, there is so much crime in her city. did she really have time to leave town? here is some of the things she said recently. >> crime is not out of control in our city. in fact, crime is on the decline. what we have seen is a downward trend in both homicides and shootings. >> it's obvious we cannot arrest our way out of this problem. >> if you pick up a gun, if you shoot indiscriminately into a crowd. not only will we find you, we will take to you federal court and ship you off to south dakota and you are never going to see your family again. >> this has got to be a all hands on deck approach. it's not just on the police department. not just on the fire department. not just on elected officials. all of us have to embrace our notion of community. brian: off times can you persuade gang members through the podium through a good stern talking to. so that is certainly in operation. while defaming and disempowering
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cops who were told don't chase down criminals if they are too far ahead of you. rachel: did they ask and pressures her a little bit on how bad the situation has gotten she will say it's misogyny and racism and she takes no responsibility. brian: she has no regrets about only talking to minority reporters, black reporters. no regrets. she would do it again. rachel: she is bringing back segregation. brian: fantastic. rachel: that's what we need. steve: that's what's happening crimewise in chicago a wedding and concert. palooza. brian: brought up chicago and didn't talk about the cubs trade with yankees. rachel: i can't comment on sports. brian: not asking you to. rachel: we're going to move ahead here. high level ice official reportedly calls it quits and blast biden's border policies on the way out. retiring acting ice director tom homan sounds off on the white house's mishandling of this
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jillian: good morning, back with your headlines now, tributes pouring in for michigan's longest living senator carl levin died in detroit after battling lung cancer. carl levin per sown find integrity and the notion of putting the public good above
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self-interest. levin is survived by his wife barbara, three daughters and seven grandchildren. he was 87 years old. a fox news alert, overnight the first plane of afghan combat translators and their families landing in the u.s. the state department flight arriving in virginia with 200 people on board. medically cleared and processed at fort lee. the interpreters are coming under special immigrant visas under fears their work with u.s. forces make them targets for the taliban. a live look at capitol hill as congress passes a bill to fund more visas for those afghan translators. the bill loosens some requirements for the visas, which lawmakers say are important as the u.s. military withdrawal enters its final weeks. >> the $2.1 billion bill also provides funds to bolster security at the capitol. the bill now heads to president biden's desk for his signature. and take a look at this. a maryland man reacts to catching a massive sword fish and even bigger prize for the
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record-setting catch. take a look. [cheers] >> 541 [inaudible] [cheers and applause] >> i would say that's a good day. peter schultz aannapolis recording in 301-pound behemoth after 8 hour battle. taking home more than half a million bucks. that is cool. brian: brian put that on the wall. steve: big wall. brian: thanks so much, jillian. 27 minutes before the top of the hour. fed up with the biden border policy high level ice official quitting his post after 30 years. in an email to her colleagues says this. a now former ice enforcement removal officer writes this quote from this letter to fight and argue every day about not arresting or releasing horrible criminal aliens to the street quite frankly is disgusting. that's something similar that tom homan has said before. retired acting ice director himself. he received the email and is talking about it.
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tom, your reaction to your friend's move to leaf? >> well, first of all, it's sad that someone spends 30 years serving their nation they are going out this way. they are going out and not being able to do his job. i know this man is a friend of mine and patriot served his nation for over 30 years. he is quitting because he runs a large field office. is he a senior level official that runs a large field office. he has 700 agents working for him. he can't let his agents do their job because he is under orders not to arrest. can't arrest illegal aliens anymore, brian. can you be in the country illegally. ice can't touch them and remove them. the criminals if you are convicted of assault they can't arrest you. they had a case -- i a guy was convicted of dui four times. four times. he was ordered removed by immigration judge. when he got out of jail. ice had to drop the detainer because he is no longer a priority. you have got to be convicted of a serious, serious crime or ice can't touch you.
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you can't enforce immigration law anymore under the biden administration. this guy cannot look his agents in the eye every day and keep saying no to them. you can't do your job. you can't uphold your oaths. he quit. of i will tell you something. there is 24 field office directors across the nation. i talk to almost all of them. they would all quit today if they could. but they have got mortgages and children in college. they are all miserable. the morale is destroyed. this agency is not the same agency it ever has been before. >> this has never been a party problem. we all agree on the arrest, criminals in our midst. when you cross the border. you broke the law. it was never a party problem. now democrats say come one, come all. and republicans say are you insane? since when does that work in our country's best interest? don't worry, the vice president is on the job. and she outlines her priorities. and it's all about other countries. let's look at this together, tom. number one, address economic inequality. you know we have to settle nawj inequality when it comes to central and south america.
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advancing the rule of law. make sure they are doing a good job advancing the rule of law. promoting respect for human rights. oh, goody so we will focus on guatemala and el salvador not here in america. combating crime and gender based and domestic violence. that will really help things at the border do you think so? >> that's a joke. in six months they have done two things wrote 11 page memo that means nothing. number one, that memo should have been secure the border and allow immigration agents do their job and arrest criminals. number got only thing they have done successfully, brian, get really good at releasing people really quickly. president biden said last week when he was asked at cnn town hall how about the immigration issue? we have the have it solved. border patrol and customs 90%. release them quickly. they call success. i call it enticement. now i can get to the united states i will be released quickly and they will bus me and send a plane and get me to my
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final destination. brian: they follow our news more than we follow our news. so, yesterday, a biden official was asked, what are you doing at the border? you are so concerned about the pandemic and the surge and who is vaccinated here. at the border these people are coming in without any vaccines. we don't know who is testing positive and who is not. listen to this exchange. >> why is did that the federal government is asking vaccinated americans to wear masks to stop the spread of covid-19 but at the same time federal agents are also releasing covid-19 positive border crossers into small towns in texas? >> cbp provides migrant with ppe from the moment, from the moment they are taken into custody and migrants are required to keep masks on at all times. brian: wow. hey, migrant, i know you are here illegally and you have broken many, many laws but keep that mask on. is that the way it's being done at the border? >> no, what they should have
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asked her is cbp testing for covid upon arrest? are you allowing illegal alien to leave a border patrol station over the line without being tested? does cbp themselves the federal government test? no. they are counting on local communities to test them. they will get them to a holt room and maybe test them hotel room ngo and get covid. guess what? it is too late. in a hotel room with 300 people. get them on a bus and plane. they give a mask to 166,000 people they have released without a court date. give a mask to i have got 8400 criminals they have arrested. they get a mask to criminals they have arrested. 49 of them who is convicted of homicide. that come across the border. 274 gang members. the bottom line is this administration is holding americans to a different standard than they are holding illegal aliens. purposely releasing illegal aliens into the it no court date and covid. doesn't make sense.
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brian: magnet for more to come. yesterday caught off bike. joe biden in this reconciliation package going to put in immigration reform and try to naturalize 8 million illegals. that's a go sign to central and south america to haiti, the caribbean, everywhere around the world come one, come all illegally. look out. and the border patrol is in the line of fire with no support. tom homan, thanks so much. >> you got it thank you very much. you are right on target. brian: meanwhile, still ahead, hunter biden's artwork could sell for up to a half a million dollars. experts warn it's way overpriced. do you think so? and that buyers are paying for the name and not the art. pete hegseth sounds off when hunter was told his art is overpriced ♪ i'm taking what they're giving because i'm working for a living ♪ living and a working ♪ i'm taking what they're giving ♪ because i'm working for a living ♪
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♪ ♪ rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends." art critics now reacting to hunter biden's pricy masterpieces telling politico, quote: it is absolutely 100 percent that what is being sold is the biden name and the story. brian: i think it's just great stuff. rachel: just beautiful. brian: this as michael waltz aims white house more transparent about the will son's finances. steve: "fox & friends weekend" co-host is going to be sitting right here tomorrow. brian: actually right here. already singeing the couch. steve: hello, pete. pete: you are. brian: no, no. you are. pete: you have five days on it, brian. i only have two. it's got to be you putting dents in the couch. brian: i know my butt print. steve: what? brian: yours is affecting it more.
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i'm going to go over this. i will take pictures. steve: we have been doing the show for 25 years that is an expression you never have -- i don't think that expression has ever been used on the channel or any other channel. brian: i think as monday used it steve: is it worth half a million bucks absolutely not not a genre that would go ahead and command that kind of cash. clearly people who buy it want access to the president. pete: well, that's right. they are stating the obvious. and because they are art critics and experts we should pay attention to it of so, of course, they are buying hunter biden's name. here is the other pesky details of this non-transparency in the whitehouse. hunter biden will be at the galleries in new york and in los angeles where the art is being sold. so he could be face to face with perspective buyers who can tell them all they want about what they are going to pay or what
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they are going to buy even if officially it's not transparent. so we know that this is completely not above board and the art world famously above fraud. go to it gallery page lawyer by profession devotes his career to the arts bringing a myriad of experiences doesn't mention ukraine or china i think early draft. producing powerful afternoon impactful work there it is right there on your screen. is he creating abstract works and some of which are in the written word. it got me thinking i did a little research this morning, guys. i feel like the hegseth gallery could be open. this is artwork by my son rex. he is 3. candy is in my egg. candy is in my egg. brian: he wrote that? pete: there could be parmesan cheese inside that egg. maybe meth. but candy is inside my egg. this one by gwinn this one is called for dad by gwinn.
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it's abstract. you could also say it's for the big guy. it's for the big guy. you know. [laughter] steve: big guy her dad. pete: whatever you want to call it bidding starts now. ainsley: i like waltz has new parent's act stop politicians from doing things like hunter is doing right now. so transparently it takes attention away. hunter is fun to talk about the hookers. the porn, everything else that goes along with it that we can mock about. pete: parmesan. rachel: really it's about the president and emails. pete: that's why it matters. that's why people are buying the art. they are buying access and coziness. and we don't know who they are. and after all of his foreign connections we deserve to know as taxpayers. brian: by the way his response to the critics like pete hegseth, blank them and starts
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with an f. [laughter] steve: problem is anonymous bidders are going to be wearing a mask according to hunter's father's dictate so he won't know who they are. rachel: that's a problem. steve: rachel has a great lineup. maybe the big guy will be there. either way these are on sale. rachel: you are the big guy. brian: raise money for charity put them up for bid. brian. pete: maybe we will do that looking forward to this weekend. >> you will be with lawrence jones sitting right here. pete: i will be checking your butt print there, brian. brian: see how guilty you are, pete. rachel: thank you, pete. steve: let's go out on the street. janice, we had kind of a what we used to call in kansas a frog
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strangler of a storm last night. today it's going to be nice. janice: going to be a beautiful day across the northeast. several reports of tornadoes in pennsylvania and new jersey and ohio. let's take a look at the maps. temperatures in the 70s across the east coast. nice refreshing air behind this storm system. we're going to clear that out this afternoon. and then the potential for showers and thunderstorms for the four corners. yes, they need the moisture. too much of a good thing is causing flash flooding. so an inch or two over the next couple of weeks or the next week or so for the four corners, that's a lot of rain. and that's going to cause some flash flooding. that's why you are seeing all the green on the screen across the interior west. potential for high heat and humidity for the southeast and the southern plains. that could be dangerous as well. we will keep you up to date from fox weather. back inside rachel, steve, brian. back to you. steve: thanks, j.d. janice: you got it. steve: coming up next, would you like it win $10,000 this weekend? tom shillue has this week's fox
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todd: white house deflecting questions about code positive border crossers. >> if anyone shows signs of illness referred to the local health system. >> releasing illegallians into the country without a court date and covid. doesn't make sense. >> police threatening to arrest any visitor or staffer who refuses to wear a mask. >> arrest you if you are vaccinated yet, if you come across the border with covid, they will let you in. >> the "new york times" op-ed argues quote. there is no good reason you
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should have to be a citizen to vote. >> it is scary, you could have those from other countries coming in and impacting the election. >> experts warn hunter biden's artwork is way over prized. do you think so? >> buying art access coziness and we don't know who they are. >> very chill dog taking internet by storm. jacks wearing sunglasses. [laughter] >> welcome back to "fox & friends." good morning, 7:00 eastern time. that's amy granget so good for me. and that song, i don't know if -- baby, baby today. she is going to be on the show. steve: she is our featured
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performer today in the all-american summer concert series brought tour friends at best western. we just saw dallas, texas today is the 30th day of july and that means it's my daughter sally's birthday. rachel: happy birthday, sally. steve: she lives in dallas where it's still dark. rachel: good morning and happy birthday. steve: happy birthday, sally. brian: you still have to geteve. rachel: the white house, we are going to move on. we have a lot going on here. the white house is deflecting questions about covid-positive border crossers being released into texas. brian: yeah. it is unbelievable. this as a war of words erupts between governor abbott and attorney general garland over migrant travel. steve: mark meredith is live outside the white house and is he going to tell us more about all of that hey, mark. >> steve, rachel, brian, good morning to you guys. attorney general merrick garland is accusing texas governor greg abbott of overstepping his bound because of the executive order the governor issued oversteps
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migrants in his state because he says those same people could spread covid-19. the attorney general sent a letter saying that basically if this does not get fixed quickly the federal government may take federal action. the order is both dangerous and unlawful, and it directly interferes with the implementation of federal immigration law. now, texas governor doesn't appear to be too scared. he says the biden administration fundamentally misunderstands what is truly happening at the texas, mexico border. jeopardizing the health and safety of texans on a daily basis by refusing to follow the law. fox news crews which have been on the border now for months reports seeing hundreds of migrants crossing every day and now more question more needs to be done make sure those crossings don't create additional health scares. >> cbp provides migrant with ppe from the moment, from the moment they are taken into custody and migrants are required to keep masks on at all times. if anyone exhibits signs of
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illness in cbp custody they're referred to local health systems. >> the fight over immigration over the pandemic not likely to dissipate soon. it does, steve, going to have an impact on the president's policies here. we have seen his approval ratings slip in recent weeks. now it appears that vice president's harris' rate has also slipped and of course we will all remember that she was put in charge from stemming migration from central american countries given what's going on this will be an issue a lot of people pay attention to in the weeks and months ahead. steve: thank you very much. a lot to talk about there. let's go back to where the principle deputy press secretary was talking about how the migrants are immediately -- they immediately put on a mask and then if they test positively, they are put in touch with medical officials. brian: sure. steve: we know that that's not true because this week started when we were telling the story about down in la joya, texas where this police officer gets waved over, there is a migrants
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in the within a what a burger. guy says no we have got covid and we are staying next door at the text inn. obviously unless the medical professionals are saying okay, you've got covid. why don't you check into the texas inn and go over to what a burger and infect people. rachel: the worst part is the entire motel in this town was full of illegal migrants who were put up there by catholic relief services who is in bed with the government and handling all this stuff from the border. steve: one of the ngos doing that stuff for the government. rachel: absolutely. the worst part is thercement ins that the government, the federal government is not even telling them that covid-positive patients are in the town, are staying there and i'm sure as we, you know, send migrants all over the country at taxpayer expense, we don't know a lot of the mayors and city officials have no idea who these people
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are or what kinds of disease they have. brian: contrast that yesterday they can't rule out lockdowns and opening schools on time. can't rule out kids not in the classroom without masks. they can't rule out that vaccinated people won't be wearing masks and all mayors and governors given all this power. it's going to disrupt our lives and businesses in ways that we just got rid of that we all lived through. we might have to live through again. at the border, it's all hell has broken loose. don't let anyone kid you and tell you different. don't let anyone play politics with this. the border is wide open. a desperate governor in texas is trying to take things on to himself. now he is being challenged by attorney general who evidently loves lawlessness, tom homan, former ice director, now retired, got a letter from a 30-year-old fellow ice director who is just basically a former director. he is going to resign after 30 years because he cannot hold on to all these criminals because of this administration. and he can't capture the ones that need to be detained. he has had it. meanwhile, the ice director says tom homan weighed in and said
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these migrants are being released in the middle of a pandemic like he has never seen before. watch. >> if cbp testing for covid upon release. are you allowing illegal alien leave the border patrol station or the line without being tested? does cbp themselves does the federal government test? the answer is no. they're countering on the local communities to test them. they will get them to a hotel room and maybe test them at a hotel room through ngo and they get covid. guess what toold too late in a hotel with 300 people. put them on a bus or a plane. the bottom line is this administration is holding americans to a different standard than they are holding illegal aliens. they're purposefully releasing illegal aliens into the country with no court date and with covid. it doesn't make sense. steve: right. who is the point person on the border. that would be kamala harris who came out with some suggestions yesterday on how to handle root causes. as mark meadows just said from the white house.
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she is in trouble in the polls. because her unfavorable rating is about 50%. joe biden is much more popular than she is. and in the hill they do this story about this poll and an ally, an ally of hers says no one is come out and saying she is doing an amazing job. because the first question would be on what? she has made a bunch of mistakes and she has made herself a story for good and bad. progressives in her own party are steamed because she is looking into the root causes and she famously said from central america if you are a migrant, don't leave your country. don't come to the united states. rachel: she said she is dealing with root causes. one of the main root causes of people wanting to come over here is lack of security in those countries, the cartels, of the criminals. and all that we have done since january is absolutely make those criminal cartels rich. we are actually henning them with their human trafficking and
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drug trafficking business by, you know, processing migrants on over here so they can get drugs over here. moving their mules across the country at taxpayer expense. so she is actually exacerbating the root causes with these biden open border policies. meanwhile, the "new york times" has a very interesting op-ed saying that just as we are letting all these people in, illegally, that you really don't need to be a citizen to vote. here's a little bit from the op-ed says there is no good reason you should have to be a citizen in order to vote. quote: allowing non-citizens to vote in federal, state, and municipal elections would help revitalize american democracy at a time when enthusiasm and trust are lacking. democrats are likely to, of course, be the biggest beneficiaries of this change at least at first. but it could have interesting ripple effects.
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elected republicans might be induced to appeal to a more diverse constituency or perhaps to enthuse their constituents. so deeply that they, too will start to vote in greater numbers. brian, do you think that's true? revitalize democracy? brian: she is a genius. how many people did they go through to publish this the "new york times" getting publicity out of it. guest columnist goes ahead and tap into republicans wanting votes. republicans are already getting hispanic votes. alarming to a point where you have a busy caesar chavez in joe biden's office because they lost more on. anybody this that border area a democrat and you think you are in the pocket of the democrats? not anymore. look around. they see who is causing the chaos and they know it's this democratic administration. steve: this particular op-ed was written by a journalist by the name of atassa abraham will
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swiss immigrant. she says the u.s. congress in each state should lift voting restrictions on legal residents who aren't american citizens including green card holders, those on work visas and daca recipients. all those millions of people who are non-citizens should be able to vote. joe concha, he thinks this is all bad and is he calling out the "times." >> the fact that the "new york times" even green lighted these volumes, right? because here you have, i think what the end game is for many democrats eventually on illegal immigration. where you have more than 1.1 million people have already entered the country illegally this year alone. that's for people to enter this country illegally vote thereby tipping the scales of power forever to the democratic party. 75, 80% of voters support voter i.d. that says you are a citizen here and that you live here this op-ed says hey it doesn't matter who you are, whether you are paying taxes whether you can legally prove you are here,
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let's give anyone and everyone the right to vote. steve: i saw a tweet somebody responded to this and as a critic of it they say so, show i.d. to vote. that's jim crow. allowing illegal aliens to cancel out your vote, cool. kind of summarizes the whole point of view from the other side. rachel: normalize this. this is how they normalize it. brian: those 53 texas renegades who decided. steve: runaways. brian: they divided to come to washington, d.c. and be hailed as hero and test positive for covid-19 and six cases have one guy come back. >> go texas and negotiate and then found out he had no support so he flew back again. >> it has been absolute travesty and a train wreck and ill thought out plan. yesterday, three of those renegade runaways were in front of congress pleading their case for election rights to be the right to have 24-hour voting which nobody has a right to have. the right for 24 hour voting which almost never exists and the right to not show idea and
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go back to signature verification they went in and pled their case. i'm talking about state represent thompson, nicole collier of fort worth and san diego go burn nell of san antonio. financed by beto o'rourke's group financing this thing. $200 per diem per day and just waiting for this texas legislation time to run out. steve: if you missed them appearing before the committee yesterday, here's some of what they had to say. >> this idea that this bill makes voting easier in this instance, i don't see how. >> the bills that were filed would do more harm than good. >> you are damn right i left texas. and i'm glad i did. >> i left texas to give my people a right to be able to vote without them being infringed upon. >> would you say that these proposed voting laws are remnants of jim crow? >> absolutely jim crow 3.0.
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steve: okay, i have not heard that soundbite. the run away texans, the fugitives, are unhappy that joe biden will not meet with them in person? >> but yesterday, at 10:00 in the morning. ainsley: doesn't he have covid? steve: they can only meet with people via zoom. so they haven't met with the president. they did expose the vice president. maybe that's why. but yesterday they were suppose to meet in the morning with hillary and bill clinton via zoom. but later in the afternoon they did meet stacey abrams from the great state of georgia. brian: this is going to be unbelievable. they are going to try to use some of this momentum to jam infrastructure -- voting infrastructure into that reconciliation bill. and to try to federalize this election again because the for the people act fell on its face. rachel: will it be effective? steve: no. the. brian: the parliamentarian will have to step up this has nothing to do with finances can't put
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this in reconciliation package. they will try to do that and make 8 million illegal immigrants citizens through that same reconciliation bill, which is a magnet for central and south america. come one, come all. rachel: or the wall at this -- d at this point. steve: they can try but that won't fly. brian: i hope you are right. steve: well, we will see. exactly 7:15 here in the east. and jillian joins us with the news. buff the news is the weather. jillian: yes. and severe weather hitting pennsylvania overnight. let's go ahead and start with the fox weather because five people are hurt after a tornado ripped through eastern p.a. >> the roof of a car clip in ben salem township bucks county partially collapsing as cars flip and flip on top of each other all over the place in the parking lot. just to the west out near altoona video showing ominous funnel cloud over nancy glow, pennsylvania. a large funnel cloud spotted over saint clairsville, ohio early yesterday.
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the national weather service confirming a tornado hit in jefferson county just to the north. janice, of course, tracking all of that meantime all students and staff in the los angeles unified school district will be required to take weekly covid tests regardless of their vaccination status. the district shifting its policy after initially requiring testing only for those who are unvaccinated. the superintendent says the district is, quote: adapting our response in preparation for our full return to in person learning. baseline testing will begin in august. let's go to tokyo where suni lee becomes the fifth straight american woman to win olympic gold in the individual all around gymnastics competition. the last american to do it simone biles cheering lee on from the stand. meanwhile team u.s.a. swimming racking up more medals, lily king and annie takes bronze in the 200-meter breast stroke. the u.s. leads with the most medals comes to gold.
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japan testimony -- the very chill dog taking the internet by storm, of course. jacks was spotted riding shotgun wearing sun glass and you know just casually hanging its paw out the window. people online say they were seen jacks riding all over australia. even sported wearing a denim jacket. those sunglasses were made specifically for him. i think i should get a pair for levi. i think rocky and apollo would love those sunglasses. do they drive? steve: ryan, there is so much your dogs do when you are working. you don't know. they could be driving around your neighborhood. jillian: i'm very aware of what my dog does. i have two cameras on him. levi, watcher it i spy on him. >> watching tv. >> motion sensor? camera puts out the treats talk to him. and i will 100 percent talk to him and give him treats. you can think i'm crazy. it's fine. rachel: i love it. brian: i just don't think my
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rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends." capitol police threatening to arrest staffers and visitors who violate the house mask mandate. the chief says officers should not arrest members of congress but they should report at $500 g mask rules. let's bring in florida congresswoman kat cammack who received a copy of that memo from a police officer. welcome, congresswoman. i just really wondering about just the whole collegiality environment in the capitol. i mean, this is not the first time. you know, she threatened you with fines and put in, you know, metal detectors. the speaker is deciding who can be on your committee. she is taking people off your committees. now she is threatening you with fines again. originally with arrests and now with fines for masks. how is this all sitting with you
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and your colleagues on the republican side? >> well, quite frankly, we will not comply. you know, nancy pelosi has opted to rule as speaker of the house more as a tyrant than a speaker of the people's house. she truly believes this is her house. pelosi's house. and you look at what they are doing, they aren't following science. they are following political science because everything that they do is rooted in a political agenda. and you see what this mandate now is doing. it is forcing capitol police into a very uncomfortable position where they now are the mask police. instead of focusing on the actual threat, things that are real, in our capitol, when it comes to the threat of, i don't know, someone coming in from outside, you know, we need to protect members and staff and visitors who come to the people's house, she wants them to be on patrol as the mask police. that's not right. i have talked to so many officers in the last 24 hours
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who say they are very uncomfortable with this mandate. ultimately at the end of the day, it's speaker pelosi's call. again, they are following political science, not actual science because, again, remember, this mandate is base the off of a cdc guidance that has come from a study out of india, unpublished, failed peer review and not available for the public. i think that tells you everything you need to know about where they are headed with this. this is the people's house. not nancy pelosi's house. rachel: let me read you a quote from the capitol police. regarding the house mandate rule there is no reason it should ever come to someone being arrested. anyone who does not follow the rule will be asked to wear a mask or leave the premises. you were part of the people group of congress men and women who protested and walked through there without the mask. are you setting an example for the rest of the country? are you saying to the 70-some percent of americans out there who say who are against mask mandates to say it's just time for civil disobedience? >> you know, that's right the thing. why don't we follow the science. on capitol hill over 85% of
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people here are vaccinated. and you have to look at the message that the democrats are sending. so, if you get vaccinated you have to go back to wearing a mask? i think if their goal is to get more people vaccinated you don't say you are going to go back to the way things were beforehand. the science quite frankly doesn't support it and, yes, it's a little bit hypocritical, actually a lot hypocritical when you think about it. you walk through the rotunda of the united states capitol to the senate side and magic pixie dust is there and that prevents covid on the senate side where unbelievably they don't have a mask mandate. rachel: it's pretty crazy. >> it's just nuts. rachel: let me get to another topic i find very interesting. as you know my husband was a member of congress, we had interns and staffers working in his office. last night congress passed 21% increase in their budget for back in june. this is an important step they said towards retaining staff, increasing hill diversity and growing the practice of paid internships. let me backtrack on that i
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started reading that before i laid it out for you. this is to help -- this is to allow members of congress to hire interns and staffers who are illegal immigrants. and i'm wondering if that is really a priority at this moment in time for congress, no it's absolutely not a priority. $30 trillion in debt. you have millions of people that are unemployed. off tremendous issue here in this country with challenges that are really beyond the pale. and when you think about this, this is where their priority, this is what the democrats want to focus on. i don't know about i don't know. as an i will illegal can you do that can you uphold that oath? i don't think so. i think that's something the democrats need rethink at the end of the day they all took that exact same oath to the confuse that's what we need to get back. to say. rachel: has foster children kids
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who came out of the u.s. foster care system to get internships and opportunity to working on capitol hill which i think would be a far better priority to prioritize our american citizens and most vulnerable group of children the young adults that we have. thank you so much, representative, really appreciate you coming on today. >> thank you so much. have a great day. rachel: you too. senator ted cruz left a white house intel official speechless after asking this question. >> do you have an answer as to why the administration has not sanctioned china for repeated cyberattacks over and over and over again against the united states? rachel: crickets after that. what meads to be done to stop these cyberattacks? we will ask general jack keane after this. stay with us.
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brian: biden intel officials ted cruz grills on the u.s. response to china's persistent cyberattacks. >> let me ask you anyone on the
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panel, do you have an answer as to why the administration has not sanctioned china for repeated cyberattacks over and over and over again against the united states? [no response] >> well, i think that's a question that administration should answer. brian: here to react fox news strategic analyst retired four star general jack keane. general, do you think you have an answer? >> i can understand possibly why those operators really did not have a policy answer to that question because that's what it is. it is resident in the department of state, department of treasury and the national security council and certainly the president of the united states but, listen, biden is putting together a pretty distinguished cybersecurity team given those who have approved and those who are expected to be nominated.
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i don't understand why we don't have a whole of government comprehensive cybersecurity program that we're sharing with the american people. here is the reality of it russia and china, brian, are conducting massive cyber warfare campaign as instrument of national power against the yarts united states to undermine democracy and civil society to the point where people lose confidence in what has taken place. yet to put our arms around it and deal with it certainly sanctions is one thing but as best i can tell, we are not even conducting offensive cyberattacks against the cyber infrastructure that was launched in these attacks. brian: why though. but why? >> keep it down for a couple of weeks. it's mystifying to me. brian: why? >> i don't know. trump responded in 2018 and in 2020, both of those elections was russian interference.
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it was publicly disclosed that a counter attack was taking place because he wanted the american people to know that we're doing something about it and that cyber infrastructure was destroyed and taken off the net for weeks. and that kind of cost is what needs to be imposed. plus, what senator cruz is pushing, dealing with sanctions. but we need a whole of government comprehensive policy here. and it seems to be piecemealed and we also seem to have our hands tied in terms of our response, which makes no sense to me. the congress has the absolute right here to pursue this. brian: we hear words condemning allies join us in condemning. what good is it if there are no sanctions, if there are no consequences. so we move forward. talk about afghanistan. china is hosting the taliban, and they call it an important peace movement. evidently the taliban says i promise not to condemn the concentration camps you put your muslims in and if you just let us take over the government what
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kind of talks are they talking about? >> what's really going on here, brian, certainly china is as surprised as many people are i don't think many of us observers are who are critical of biden's decision of the rapid momentum that the taliban have achieved and the possibility of the government in kabul toppling. so they have brought the taliban in. listen, the chinese are applauding the united states with w. drawl from afghanistan and the fact that we have given up 7 military bases that are country that borders china. they are absolutely thrilled about that. but they are not as thrilled with the taliban taking over afghanistan and here's why. they are radical islamic organization thine fears they would harbor radical islamist groups n. inside afghanistan they have done in the past concern with al qaeda and isis. their concern is that and other
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radical groups and could possibly be a connection with gin jiang province where the uyghurs are and why the china in theory is advertising they are repressing the uyghurs because much the radical islamic movements and the fact that they can become terrorists. so that connection is something china is very concerned about. another thing is that china -- go ahead. brian: do you think the american people are okay with losing this war the way we are choosing to lose it? i don't think the american people are okay with abandoning an ally after 20 years and watching its defeat 247. i think that's an expectation they had. but certainly what the military failed in china convinced the biden administration is that this was a distinct possibility in keeping a modest force there would be a safer guard against that -- against that possibility. and all of the residual and
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secondary affects that that would cause. obviously, the beneficiaries are china, russia, and iran. immediately in south asia. but, it also the danger of becoming an pirpt epicenter for radical movement. i applaud the administration with getting back in there with air support. i hope they are providing intelligence, too. i'm hoping that they are going to continue to provide that air support. it's challenging because we don't have spotters on the ground, brian, to assist with the affectiveness and efficiency of that air support. but, nonetheless, providing it is the right thing to do. brian: general, thanks so much. i know it's frustrating. appreciate you joining us. >> great talking to you, brian. have a wonderful weekend. brian: you too. brian: we warned you they would be back. president biden wants even the vaccinated to mask up. i'm not kidding. ben shapiro says adults must be treated like adults. and he has even more to say, we hope. ♪
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>> hey, good morning. steve: you know, the white house has a messaging problem. there are 90 million unvaccinated americans. yesterday, the president made the case everybody who can needs to get vaccinated and until then, people need to wear a mask, even though they have had vaccinations, even though he said get the shot and then you don't have to wear it so they have got a messaging problem, which they invented themselves. >> that's exactly right. the public health experts here have completely failed whether it comes to messaging this thing. here is the reality. of if you have had the vaccine you are extremely safe from code at this point. 161 million people in the united states who have been double vaxxed at this point. there are 6,000 people who have had break through infections resulting in hospitalizations and about 1700 people who have died after that. which means that your chances of even being hospitalized with code after getting the vaccine are somewhere around 1 in 27,000 in the united states. and now they are saying that the vaccinated are supposed to mask up to prevent the unvaccinated from getting the disease. well, there is only one problem with that that actually
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encourages the unvaccinated to remain unvaccinated because everybody else is working to prevent them from getting the infection. look, there are only two paths here. one is you get vaccinated and immune or get covid immune that way. herb gets to choose. that's called being an adult. brian: that's key. 74% of the people that do have breakthroughs are over 65. so that further lessens the chances depending on your age bracket in life and most seniors have gotten vaccinated already. yesterday's stage show was really anxiety ridden because now we are reempowerring the mayors and governors who tortured us last year, especially of the state you just left in california. >> it's madness. i mean, washington, d.c. used to announce these new mask man days. washington, d.c. has a running average of zero. zero covid deaths every day. los angeles county, which is a county of like 10 million people, los angeles county has
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single digit covid deaths every day. looking at the case rate doesn't make a difference. looking at the death rate makes a difference. this is the reason people are supposed to get vaccinated because we have now disconnected the case rate from the death rate. if we are only going to focus in on the case rate and not on the death rate who is going to get vaccinated? rachel: such a great point, ben. i want to get your book because i think we are in an authoritarian moment. i think it's a grit title. here is an excerpt from it a small number of leftist college coastal and uncompromising have not just taken over the democrat party our corporations our universities, our scientific establishment our cultural institutions and used their new found power to silence their opposition. ben, conservatives like you have been talking about the takeover by the left of the culture of hollywood, of education, i have been really surprised at how thoroughly they have infiltrated government, government. the national security, now the military talk to me about this
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authoritarian movement but also what's the solution to this? the way the institutions were taken over very hard core of 20% of a group, 20% of any group inside a institution uncompromising and insists on getting its way burk in the middle apathetic or shy. that's what's happened in all of these institutions. the good news is you can do it in reverse if 20% of the corporation, 20% of employees get together and say we are not doing x in opposition to the left then they can swing that back the other way and neutrality institutions that requires it political unionization movement by conservatives or moderates in a variety of areas in american life. if that doesn't happen, the left is going to continue its march through the institution. steve: check out the book. it's now available everywhere. i'm sure it's going to be a big number one best seller called "the authoritarian moment" thank
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you for joining us from down in florida. rachel: thank you, ben. janice: it's a beautiful day. showers and thunderstorms last night and even tornadoes in pennsylvania and new jersey and ohio. that has cleared offshore. take a look at those temperatures and the storm reports as mentioned not only tornadoes, we had hail and wind, so that was quite a cold front that moved on through. and we are going to be clear today and tomorrow. maybe some leftover showers across the interior northeast. and then over the plain states a system moving in there and the four corners, they are getting flooded. unfortunately, they need the rain fall but too much of a good thing is happening. that's why we have flood warnings in effect. then the heat advisory stretch from the northwest towards the mississippi valley and the southeast so the temperatures are going to be the 90's to 100-degree range with higher heat indices. so dangerous heat just take all your precautions and we will keep you up to date from fox weather. all right, steve and brian and rachel, back to you. steve: all right, thank you.
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are a clint eastwood it. if so we have a great way to spend your weekend. watch this. >> go ahead. make my day. >> that's great. starting sunday, you can watch some of the greatest clint eastwood movies of all time on fox nation. plus, two new original in-depth documentaries about the legendary actor and director abby hornacek joins us more with the latest editions to fox nation. good morning. >> good morning, steve. you absolutely can have a lazy weekend with clint eastwood because as you mentioned six of his movies are on fox nation. you have his original, two original documentaries from fox nation and we heard that dirty harry quote from sudden impact. that's a perfect example of how
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his research reached beyond the film industry and into politics because ronald reagan used that quote during one of his speeches and he has a history very pro-america, clint eastwood is. he was drafted into the u.s. military during the korean war. and then he, you know, ran for mayor of caramel. so he was a guy who really wanted to see differences made in his communities and his country. we are seeing that one of our original documentaries citizen clint and then the other one all about citizen clint, right? as a citizen. not just the film industry. the other one focuseds on film career. excellent job by bill hemmer. he hosted it and he, you know, he talks all about how he was an enduring talent within the film industry. steve: as we look at these images of dirty harry on the streets of san francisco. i just think to myself about how here we are in 2021 and san francisco has dissended into lawlessness and, yet, there is dirty harry.
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>> what do you think clint eastwood would say about that? steve: i don't know. but we have a clip of charlie hurt talking about clint eastwood who reminds him of somebody else from california. watch this. >> i think that clint eastwood and ronald reagan probably had very much in common at the very least they had this in common. they were both willing to defy the norm around them. they were willing to defy hollywood. and strike out their own course, think for themselves. steve: okay. available sunday on fox nation. >> that's right. just a quick comment on that. bill hemmer said something interesting to me as well. what do you think about your document trip. clint eastwood defied the norm. he was very low energy at first. he didn't do well. people weren't taking to his energy. and he stayed true to himself and he became the guy that he is today. steve: early in his career before he became clint eastwood he was making a lot of movies, i
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want to say in italy. >> yeah. steve: they referred to them, you know, that's kind of how he got started in the very beginning. and then he became a big star with soundbites. >> yes. when adjusted for inflation his movies made $5 billion. pretty successful, i would say. steve: well, you just made his day. will check it out. and sign up for fox nation to get free access to this weekend's event. go to fox nation.com. so you can have it all at your finger tips. thank you, abby. have a great weekend. meanwhile, don't go anywhere. because it's friday we have geraldo, the judge, and the doctor all joining us live. and then amy grant is going to fox the all-american concert series brought to you by our friends at best western. ♪ ♪ ♪ you hope the more you give the less they'll miss.
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systems. >> purposely releasing illegal immigrants with no court date with covid. it doesn't make sense. >> progressives say the price tag should be higher. >> pointing to issues of race. >> is this the bipartisan group or audience at kid rock concert. >> this is work done by my son, he's 3. he says, candy is in my egg. bidding start now. ♪ ♪ >> all right, upbeat song in great city, cleveland, ohio. it was actually founded in 1796 and it was actually named after -- i just had this. it's right by lake eerie
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according to reports and it was named after general cleveland. >> history. steve: the reason we are listening to amy grimm, featured performer in all-american concert series brought to you and all of us today by our friends at best western hotels and resorts. brian: you should stay for it. rachel: christian singer and i liked when she was a country singer. [laughter] rachel: stop until we start reading excerpts from history books. brian: he spelled his name cleaveland. and it just stuck, so they are not going the change that. they are going to change indians
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to guardians. steve: somebody who lives there is geraldo and he's going to be with us in about ten minutes. brian: right. he spelled his name rivera. nothing like cleveland but he lives around there. lockdown concerns looms as the president of the united states pushes his way and handing out hundred dollar bills. steve: look at that. this as republicans march maskless across the rotunda, the u.s. capitol over to the senate where they could not be arrested by nancy pelosi's mask mandate. rachel: right, the science ended this. the virus stopped on the senate side. griff jenkins is live from washington with more. griff, explain this madness. griff: i can't, rachel. it's been too crazy in the last 24 hours. good morning, rachel, steve and brian, are we possibly headed back to lockdowns. yesterday the white house wasn't ruling it out saying that listen
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to the science and cdc as the president announced every federal employer contractor must show proof of vaccination or face a rigorous testing routine where masks, social distance and limit their travel and he got testy with our own peter doocy when requested about -- questioned about the mask flip-flop. >> that was true at the time because i thought people were getting vaccinated and the new variant came along and they didn't get vaccinated. people were getting sick. that's it. griff: as much of the country purposes to a masking up include on capitol pill. any person -- hill. members of congress are off limits. house republicans are outraged, some marching from the house to the senate floor in protest yesterday. earlier this morning,
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representative kat had this to say on "fox & friends". >> frankly, we will not comply. nancy pelosi has opted to rule as speaker of the house more as a tyrant than a speaker of the people. griff: the fight is not over. we will see if the senate side follows guidance tomorrow and dc falls in mask mandate. they are not obligated to do so. the constitution that are not subject to local policies but democrats control the senate as well. we will see what happens. brian: we know that two people died in dc. that's hardly a reason to lock down on entire district, but we will see. thanks so much, griff. check this out, cover of the new york post puts it visually. i'm more of a visual person. this works for me. they represent 161 million people who have gotten double vaccinated, single vaccinated.
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5,601 breakthroughs. the chance is 00.35%. look at all the squares. in there corner is the dangerous and that is why schools will be locked down and kids have to wear masks, that is why they can't commit to opening up the schools and that is why mayors and governors will not have in the palm of their hands the ability to put masks on you again. steve: well, joe biden does not want to try to force everybody to get it, so -- brian: the vaccine? steve: get the shot but he's mandating federal employers to get vaccinated or tested once or twice a week. rachel: right. steve: 2.1 million federal workers will be impacted but not people who belong to the postal workers union. their union got them -- the get out of jail from card and they don't have to do that. they are looking into at the pentagon whether the 1.4 million active duty military members
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might have to get the shots as well. so, you know, joe biden can be on tv and say please get the shot because it will save your life. brian: give you a hundred bucks. steve: that's a suggestion, he's saying to mayors and governors, take the $350 billion that we gave you in the coronavirus mone hundred bucks. we already had our shots, we feel kind of left out. rachel: no one gave me any money. brian: i could take the money and get appetizer at el fresco. rachel: inflation. brian: if you get the vaccine, you will have mild to no symptoms but you can carry it. if you're susceptible to it, they have made a decision. you want to sky-dive, they have made
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a decision. if you want to smoke, it's very risky and almost guaranties lung cancer but you made the decision. you can't inflict on everybody's lifestyle because they didn't vaccinated. steve: this delta variant which in may when the president said, you know, you could take off your mask in you're getting your shot, we didn't have the variant. the variant was actually out there right now and so yesterday when they were asked about joe biden also we are never going to lock things down and then the white house principal deputy press secretary said, well, we followed the science and whatever the cdc says, we are going to listen. so if the cdc says because this is so contagious and it is more contagious than the covid from a year ago, if they say, hey, you have to lock everything down, what's the white house going to do? they better not because it would
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be political, box office poison. rachel: that's right. the mask mandates 74% of americans say they are against it. president biden says freedom comes with responsibility. listen up. >> i know people talk about freedom. but i learned growing up, school and my parents, with freedom comes responsibility. your decision to be unvaccinated impacts someone else. unvaccinated people spread the virus. they get sick and fill up our hospitals and that means if someone else has a heart attack or breaks a hip, there may not be a hospital bed for them. brian: right. the hip breaking and the hospital bed being overrun is not even close to happening. steve: that was the worry last year. using that argument this year. brian: right, dan crenshaw
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weighed in. listen, i've heard the arguments and you can't believe the cdc and the fda. you have to pick one. listen. >> i think from pressure from the administration, again, i think democrats love to instill fear in the hearts of americans and i think americans are really sick of this. they are over it. they are not going to comply and you shouldn't comply with any more lockdowns or mandates. in the house they are trying to fine us and jail us if we are not wearing a mask. rachel: it is crazy. you have to ask yourself, why would they do this? most people don't want these mask mandates, most people want their children not to wear masks in school, most people want their businesses to open up. they don't want to have the fear of lockdowns happening any more. why would the democrats do this and because fear allows them to spend money, to make people dependent on government and to make them subjects and dependent on the democrat party. that's what this is all about. it's about power.
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we had ben shapiro on just a little earlier promoting his book about authoritarianism, no coincidence. >> i think he wanted to talk to us. rachel: but it's a good book but also talked about the really botched messaging about covid-19, take a listen. >> the public health experts here have completely failed when it comes to messaging this thing. here is the reality. if you have had the vaccine, you're extremely safe from covid at this point. 161 million people in the united states who have been doubled vaxxed at this point. 6,000 people who have had breakthrough infections that have resulted in hospitalizations and means that your chances of even being hospitalized with covid after getting vaccine is one in 27,000 in the united states and now they are saying that the vaccine right side supposed to mask up to prevent the unvaccinate from getting the disease. well, there's only one problem with that, that encourages the unvaccinated to remain
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unvaccinated because everybody else is now working to prevent them from getting the infection. steve: and so that was the case that the president made yesterday. it's very, you know, you don't have to die, essentially, he said if you got the shot and that's what they are trying to do. brian: you're not going to unless you're an acceptable or 65 and over. the odds are 98% you're not going to die. steve: still lethal but the odds are in your favor, you will recover which is good. the white house has a messaging problem. you know what is missing from everything that was the president yesterday? brian: logic. steve: why don't they cite the study and the science that this is based on. nobody has revealed what science this is based on. i've heard rumors out of washington of what it is based on and it may not be reliable science. one thing we have seen with our own two eyes this as this administration is trying to lock us all down with the masks and encourage everybody to get the
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vaccine, at the same time on our southern border the federal government is releasing people that are testing positive. they are trying to fix it here. making it worse there. what's that all about? that was the line of questioning yesterday with the principal deputy secretary. watch this. >> you talk about this administration having a priority of protecting the american people. can you help us understand why is it that the federal government is asking vaccinated americans to wear the mask to stop the spread of covid-19 but at the same time federal agents are also releasing covid-19 positive border crossers into small towns in texas? >> cbp provide migrant with ppe from the moment -- from the moment they are taken into custody and migrants are required to keep masks on at all time including when they are transferred or in the process of being released. rachel: that's a lie. that's a life. the border patrol will tell you
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this. the mayors and the government officials in the border states will tell you that, you know, illegals are coming over. they are not even letting these government officials know that they're coming into their town. some of them are getting put up in hotels with covid and they are still not letting the police or the mayors know that these people are in town and as you brought up earlier, steve, people are finding them in restaurants and in other places infected. steve: or on the grayhound bus sitting next to them. rachel: we are using taxpayer dollars to fly them across the country -- brian: or bus them. rachel: why are you restricting us or threatening us with more mandates, why are you threatening our members of congress with arrest and fines, but it's just open season down at the border, it makes absolutely no sense, people are so incensed about this. brian: ice have been hamstrung,
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they have closed bureaus, some are hitting the road because they've had it. they had their hands tied. they can't arrest illegals and they can't arrest sexual offenders and they can't hold on to the ones they do get and tom homan talked to one, a good friend of his, the guy gave him e-mail, resignation letter. he doesn't want name publicly but maybe will soon on why he quit and it's everything i said to the tenth power. he says this thing is all screwed up and these people, that they could quit in mass numbers, they would but a lot of them need the money. watch. >> he's quitting because he runs a large field office. he's a senior-level official. runs a large fuel office. several hundred agents working for him and he can't let his agents do their job because he's under orders not to arrest, they can't arrest illegal aliens anymore, brian. go to work, immigration judge ordered you removed and ice can't touch them and remove them, you can't enforce
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immigration law anymore under biden administration. this guy cannot look agents in the eye and keep saying no to them and you can't do your job, you can't uphold your oath. he said it, he quit. steve: the number one item for the administration is covid, but down south at the border, there's a covid crisis because as people stream into the united states, they are processed and then they are shown the door. that way is ohio. rachel: the reason that the border patrol is frustrated isn't because they just want to do their jobs but live in the communities that are being overrun that are just out of control. so, yeah, it's a huge problem. they are going to have -- they are having recruitment and retention problems in our border patrol and dr. fauci was asked about earlier about all of this, you know, when the last variant came through and he says, this is political, i don't want to comment on covid coming through the border. so, you know, cdc weighs in on a lot of stuff in nih.
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he's political about everything except the border. brian: spends most of his time on tv or playing with bobble head doll. comes from jealously. it comes from jealousy, you're right. i heard that you want to do the news? jillian: america needs it. brian: i just want my head on my shoulders. jillian: don't we all. okay, you work on that while i start off with fox news alert because we have serious news to get to. a nevada highway patrol trooper has died after being hit by a car during a pursuit. trooper mikah may was hit while trying to lay down spike strips. police say they chased clayburn after he was identified as suspect in carjacking. first plane of afghan translators and their families landing in the u.s.
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the state department arriving in virginia with 200 people on board. they will be medically cleared and processed at fort lay. the interpreters are coming under special immigrant visas amid fears their work with u.s. forces make them targets for the taliban. tokyo where lee becomes fifth straight american women to win olympic gold in the individual all-around gymnastics competition. last american to do is simone biles cheeringly on from the stand. meanwhile team usa swimming racing up more medals, claiming silver as annie takes bronze in stroke and the u.s. leads with the most medals when it comes to gold, china leads with 18 and then japan with 17, followed by the u.s. with 14. okay. an oregon holds off a romantic surprise for his wife on their 14th wedding anniversary. drew and his wife kayla had never seen video from the wedding, somehow the tape got
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lost but when a friend recently found the video, drew rented out a local theater surprising kayla with a private screening. drew saying it means so much that they now have the memories to cherish and look back on. that is adorable. steve: how great is is that? jillian: i know. rachel: do you have a price for bubble head? brian: someone can start sketching it out. maybe hunter biden can sketch out and i will not have it made in china. steve: you want to pose for it right now. hold your body still and you move your head. brian: when you get an pen -- rachel: we did actually pull our viewers to see if they wanted a bobble head. steve: what did they come up with? rachel: no. steve: nothing. brian: okay, meanwhile let me
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tell you what's coming up straight ahead otherwise we will keep staring because my name is on the prompter. cook county reinstates mask mandates hours before huge crowds attend the lalapalooza big concert. who shows up on the stage maskless, america's favorite mayor, lightfoot geraldo on the wendy city next. note ♪ ♪ effects of botox® may spread hours to weeks after injection causing serious symptoms. alert your doctor right away, as difficulty swallowing,
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show me the olympics. [ "bugler's dream" playing ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> crime is out of control in our city, in fact, crime is on the decline.
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what we have seen a downward trend in both homicides and shootings. it's obvious we cannot arrest our way out of this problem. it's not just on the police department. all of us have to embrace our notion of community. steve: well, there's the mayor there, violent crime skyrocketing in chicago despite mayor lightfoot's repeated claim that she has crime under control. and as the mayor considers new mask mandates for city, she's joining the crowds, look at the tens of thousands of people at the lalapalooza that started yesterday. where do her priorities stand? here with reaction fox news correspondent at large geraldo rivera. geraldo, good morning to you. geraldo: hi, steve, how are you? steve: i'm doing okay. lots to talk about today. i think it was yesterday, lori lightfood said everybody has to wear masks indoor in chicago, after hugely attended lalapalooza festival, there are people shoulder to shoulder which flies in the face of the
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direction that the white house is giving us, what's up with that in geraldo: well, it is outdoors and i think there's a lot of pinned up anticipation for the fu fighters, miley cyris. and to her credit, requiring that all attendees either have proof of vaccination, the so-called vaccine passport or proof of a negative test within the last 3 days. and they've warned people if they are forging these id's, they will get in trouble with the fbi. you know, they are trying their best, you know, a lot of pinned up emotion there, a lot of frustration. lori lightfoot, my criticism of her doesn't have to do with lalapalooza so much as it has to do with the failure to recognize the ghetto civil war that's going on in chicago and other big cities around the country
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where you have groups of african-american and latino men firing at each other, there's been 22 murders in chicago in the last week, you know, every monday you wake up, okay, what's the body count and it's become symbolic of how urban crime has spiraled out of control. steve: exactly. at the same time and the reason we showed folks the lallapalooza thing so far in chicago they've had 434 homicides. she's out last night at the big concert a couple of days ago she flew to perform a ceremony for one of the kennedys who had shouldn't she be at her desk until this thing is worked out with crime because people are dying every day? there's a 14-year-old shot in
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the head yesterday. there was a 16-year-old shot in the head yesterday. it's out of control. geraldo: it is and one of the main reasons as you know, steve, the gang bangers totally outnumber the cops in chicago. i think there's just over 12,000 police in the cpd and there are 117,000 members of the various gangs. they are fighting over turf, they are fighting over turf basically to control economic zones where they can deal the drugs. that's what they are fighting over. the franchise, the drug franchise in that particular neighborhood and they are using the most vicious violence to achieve their superiority. steve: well, whatever they've done so far is not working unfortunately. geraldo, thank you very much for joining us. geraldo: okay, steve. steve: have a safe trip back to cleveland. all right. straight ahead on this friday, fallout continues over the cdc latest mask guidance, everybody has to wear one even if you've had the shot as a new report
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claims it's because the delta variant is as contagious as the chickenpox or ebola but where is the data? why haven't we seen that? dr. nicole saphier on that coming up next.
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brian: welcome back, everybody, the cdc pulling a 180 advising vaccinated americans to wear masks inside when delta variant is contagious as chickenpox. quote, show us the data, i mean, these are scientist medical professionals saying that including our next guest dr. nicole saphier. even the medical community is frustrated, why? >> well, brian, this isn't the first time we have been frustrated throughout the course of the pandemic and these days i feel like i need the sketches when the cdc comes out with a recommendation, this is what they are saying, hold on, now
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this is what they are saying. unfortunately it levers us with a lot of confusion because they are not being fully transparent with what the data is behind the policy decisions. i can say delta has been a game-changer for us and other countries but the best that we can do right now is to look at the countries that are coming down from their delta waves. england, uk, israel, india and not just be focusing on the pockets in the united states that have low vaccine transmission that are having more, more breakthrough cases. so when we are talking about delta, yes, much more contagious, probably twice as contagious, maybe more than the original variant. it is causing a thousand times higher viral load in people's noses and what they're finding is it's possible that even if you've been vaccinated, you could still have a high viral load in your nose. here is the great news, the breakthrough cases, brian, are very rare and the people who are having breakthrough cases by the far majority they are having a mild upper respiratory infection
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like a stuffy nose. here is what they need to focus going forward, the best thing about the vaccines, they are preventing deaths and coupling of severity of diseases and rising new cases. we are seeing that in the united states and elsewhere. maybe when we are looking for and talking about the future booster shots, we should be focusing on how to decrease in the nose. brian: just real quick. i don't know if you have a monitor. i want to show everyone at home the new york post because for the nonmedical professionals, this told the story to me, 161 million vaccinated. that's all the empty boxes. 5,601 who are vaccinated had breakthrough cases resulting in hospitalization of so few 5,000 -- out of -- chance is 00.35%.
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death, 00.7%. that's why we are going back to the future like last year? doctor: brian, this virus is not as deadly to those who have immunity or vaccinated. those choosing not to get vaccinated just like people who don't wear seat belts and choose to smoke cigarettes, that's their individual freedoms to have the risk but for the rest of the people getting vaccinated is the best thing to do to protect yourself and those around you. brian: you were able to translate the press conference in a way that i didn't think was possible. threatening legal action over the texas governor's latest migrant restrictions, does he have a case, judge jeanine on the case. summer concert series featuring
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americans and also quick note, september 25th, new jersey park, i will be with dana on stage and talking about politics and history. go to briankilmeade.com and join me there and get tickets. ♪ ♪ ♪
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so tell me, this is a pretty mild thing to say, hey, maybe we shouldn't let illegals with covid go through texas? jeanine: this is a classic showdown between the state and the federal government as well as the fact that you've got the biden administration that is laying down the welcome mat for illegals. they are literally transporting them and this pretty much rose out of the fact that they got covid-infected illegals and laying down the biden administration the welcome mat and taking them to nongovernment organization, catholic charities to a hotel. they are covid infected and they don't have a court date, they don't have a medical appointment, they don't have supervision, they leave the hotel and then they end up going to a restaurant where they are coughing and sneezing and everybody down there in texas is saying, what is going on. the governor of texas has a very good argument that he is in charge of protecting the health and safety of the citizens of
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texas. he's not trying to enforce the immigration laws. what he's trying to do is prevent covid-infected people from infecting the members of his state. and, of course, this is something that you would think the biden administration given that they want to mask up american citizens would at least be understanding about and ag says this is dangerous for governor abbott to do this. this is crazy, this is crazy town. rachel: it's completely crazy. i get it. the feds are in charge of immigration and our border, but what i don't understand is liberals had no problem defying the fed when they wanted sanctuary city. i look at texas -- why doesn't just texas do more? any state in the country could say we want to do this, texas thinks they are their own country practically, why can't they do more? jeanine: well, why can't texas do more in because the federal government wants illegals in the
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-- in the country and that's what this is all about. if they have to stop a governor from performing his lawful duty of protecting health and safety of its citizens and it is evident that they're not interested in the reality, the data, dr. saphier just talked about it, then the end game here is to make sure that we are -- that we have to wear a mask -- masking people in congress, it's crazy. this is absolutely crazy. we are going to talk about it this weekend on my show. i'm doing an investigation of the delta variant and i'm also talking about the fact that what parents need to know by a high-ranking dea official of how much danger their kids are in with fentanyl crossing the border, a lot of it made in china. this is a takedown of america and we are letting it happen or the biden administration is. rachel: justice with jeanine is a must see tv, thank you for joining us, judge.
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jeanine: thank you. rachel: let's check in with senior meteorologist janice dean for fox weather forecast. hi, janice. janice: i have a studio audience. wave, everyone, hi, thank you so much for coming. i love it. let's take a look at the new york weather because it is picture perfect right now. 70 degrees. we had thunderstorms last night. that has cleared out and it's always beautiful right after the storm, right, the comes out? we have potential for showers and thunderstorms in parts of plain states and the four corners region where we could see potential for flooding. keep that in mind and hot, humid conditions for parts of southern plains into the southeast. i want to give you more air time, say hi, hi, rachel. so great. happy weekend, rachel. rachel: thank you, janice. so great seeing you. say hi to the crowd out there. all right, well, coming up her songs taught us about god, they taught us about love and now amy
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grant is going back on tour, a special performance for the all-american summer concert series just ahead. but first, let's check in with dana perino with what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> i love amy grant so that's going to be amazing. rachel, great to see you all week. thank you so much. the cdc has not explained the science behind mask guidance. they say they might do that today. dr. jarome adams is here, plus mom pulling kids out of school because of the mask mandate. see you then for powerful arthritis pain relief... voltaren the joy of movement
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steve: we all love her voice from hits like every heart beat and that's what love is for. rachel: grammy-winning artist is celebrating anniversary of iconic album, heart in motion. brian: there you see her looking down on her cd cover, now time for her to look up and talk to us. amy grant for all-american concert summer series with special performance of her hit, baby, baby.
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first we would like to talk to you. amy, remastered, this is a remastered available on vinyl? >> yes. well, the record was not even available. it wasn't in trend. somebody would say can you send me a copy of that. we went back to original multitracks and, yes, remastered it with some new material on there and some nostalgic material. rachel: how exciting. amy, i'm such a big fan. i was a big fan when you were doing all your christian music, i was a big fan after and it's so exciting to have you here with us. i was reading some of the interviewing, when you did this album, the original one, that it was such a happy time in your life. you had just had a baby and now the baby is having a baby. [laughter] steve: baby, baby. makes perfect sense. >> yeah, my baby, baby.
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my baby is going to be a mom too. i love that. a full circle. 30 years ago, half of my lifetime ago, the fact that that daughter is having a daughter -- >> steve: full circle. i was reading up about you because your music has entertained us for so long and that song has been out there for 30 years now. pinch me. it's hard to believe. but you taught yourself how to play the guitar and you had a very handy part-time job and you worked at a recording studio, while you are there, can you turn on microphone and i want to sing into it and that's how you made the tape that made you famous, right? >> yeah, you made it sound it much measure sparkly the way you said it. [laughter] >> yeah, i had an internship through -- i went to school here in nashville and the month of january, we get internships in fields that interested us and
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so, yeah, i was taking out the trash and demagnetizing the tape. steve: sure. >> it was so much fun. steve: look at where you have gone? rachel: you look amazing. >> that's like the magic dust in the studio. steve: you are our featured performer today, we would like to remind everybody that you can get tickets on amygrant.com. all-american concert series performer brought to you by best western hotels an resorts here is amy grant with baby, baby. ♪ ♪ [music]
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> baby, baby, the stars are shining for you and just like me i'm sure that they adore you. baby, baby, go walking through the forest, the the birds above are singing you a chor us. stop for a minute. baby, they're so glad you're mine. and ever since the day, you put my heart in motion. baby, i realize that there's just no getting over you.
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> and ever since the day that you put my heart in motion, baby, i realize that there's just no getting over you. over you. baby, baby, always and forever. baby, i'm so glad that. i'm here for you, baby. i'm so glad you're mine. i'm so glad.
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when i think about you, it makes me smile. baby, baby, be mine. >> baby i'm so glad. [cheers and applause]
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to workouts and new adventures you hope the more you give the less they'll miss. but even if your teen was vaccinated against meningitis in the past they may be missing vaccination for meningitis b. although uncommon, up to 1 in 5 survivors of meningitis will have long term consequences. now as you're thinking about all the vaccines your teen might need make sure you ask your doctor if your teen is missing meningitis b vaccination. ♪♪♪ >> one more amy grant song to leave you on this friday. simple things as we look at el paso, once again. if you want to see amy grant live on tour go to amy
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grant.com. >> great working with you all week. >> thank you. do you mean that? >> i really mean that. what a good follow-up question. you are very good. >> i'm hosting for laura. stay up late -- >> so long, everybody. have a great weekend. >> bill: fox news alert in the fight over masks. tempers flaring at the white house. voices were. president biden defending the new guidance that's causing a lot of confusion across america. you aren't alone if you're one of them. it's friday and you made it. almost august, too. >> dana: it is. get back monday it will be august and we'll be back. i'm dana perino this is "america's newsroom." peter doocy was questioning the president yesterday on his decision to ask vaccinated americans to once again mask up. watch this. >> in may you made it so

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