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has to do it. the media mob won't. we will. before we go, the programming note, tomorrow night, 9:00 p.m. eastern, a "hannity" special. covid computing, joe biden's pandemic failures. we will explode the left's rampant covid hypocrisy, flip-flopping, and much more. oh, and open borders. that's tomorrow night. let your heart not be troubled in the meantime, here is laura. hey, laura. >> laura: hey, hannity, glad that you are doing that. confusion and all the places you would expect, that means washington, d.c. and i have to wade through the swamp now without you. >> sean: bird and some mandates on americans and open borders and no testing for illegal immigrants. a >> laura: total lawlessness and we have to put an end to it, it's time for a new call to action. i will hit that in the segment. >> sean: by the way, great interview with ron desantis. >> laura: he is awesome, see you tomorrow night. i am laura ingraham, this is
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"the ingraham angle" from washington pretty well no one immunologist doing some research on that and rna covid vaccine, tuesday night he revealed they missed something significant. he is back tonight with more on that. but first, a time for action, that's a focused of tonight's "angle." now in case you did not notice, democrats love shutdowns and covid mandates as much as they love, i don't know, high taxes and climate rim. i think it's safe to say that many of the liberals were never happier when americans were forced by the government out of the workforce come out of schoo, away from church and even away from friends and family. not only was there all that interrupted time to finally catch all six seasons of "downton abbey," all that time for youtube yoga and planting herb gardens. it presented them a golden opportunity.
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the viral emergency could offer a stealth way to change america forever. a fearful public, they wagered would also be a complete cement -- complacent public. interestingly antilock down demonstrations have gathered massive numbers abroad. in france, in greece, australia, and the u.k. but here even when the covid dictates made zero sense like limiting restaurant capacity or masks on student athletes playing outside, there were shockingly scant public protest here. now this was much to the dismay of dr. scott atlas. >> there is a total disconnect in the country about what people have as information. my hope is that the american people are a little less compliant and sort of fearful. at some point, you have to really look at the data. you have to stop being afraid. these people are really damaged, but at some point, people have
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to really regain their independent thinking. >> laura: independent thinking, that is a novel concept. the biden white house, whoever is actually running it is counting on you staying panicked or being scared or having zero independent thought. that way they have the run of the place. will the public even notice that biden's edge and make the lament education secretary is now leaving the door open for more school closures? i want you to listen closely to the words "may be disrupted." >> i'm worried that the decisions that are being made that are not putting students at the center as the health and safety of the center will be why schools may be disrupted. >> it could be the reason that the schools are disrupted because of the politicized station of reopening school. we know it halfs the lament works. we have to keep our students safe and our educator safe. >> laura: does she send
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overdraft verbatim, or just an guideline for that man to parrot. he has the gall to hint that schools may be disruptive for what they did to our kids for 18 months. that damage was not enough for you? with vaccines widely available, any teacher who does not show up to teach in person should be fired, period. but it gets worse. >> i am echoing the president's call to action to host pop up vaccine clinics in every school across the country. to enlist trusted leaders in our community to build vaccine confidence. >> laura: such a sickening encroachment on parental rights needs to be met with a vigorous sustained substantive protest from the people who pay their salaries. this is no time to be silent or afraid. think about what biden has done
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just this week. he has defied the supreme court's clear directive by sending a moratorium on evictions run free for everybody. totally unconstitutional and unlawful to take income from landlords coast-to-coast or don't have congressional approval? he is doing it anyway. and just today, biden signed an executive order to significantly raise the fuel efficiency standards on u.s. automobiles. he says there is no turning back to phase out gas powered cars. his goal is that by 2030, half of all cars sold in the u.s. will be electric. who made him king? he is clearly abusing his authority under the decades old clean air act to service fied the greeny act. and i guess we are all supposed to sit back and applied as our chief executive with a stroke of a pen aims to eliminate an entire american industry. think of the job loss here. not just within the auto
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industry, but all of the other industries that support it. and if this will not cause us to lose a significant percentage of manufacturing to foreign sources, you have to be smoking something. china already makes most of the ev batteries, electric vehicle batteries of the world. and biden's move in the free market will only make matters worse. it's not only democrats, by the way, that need to hear from you, the people. the old republican guard needs to hear from you as well. i'm talking mitch mcconnell, roy blunt, mitt romney, lindsey graham, senator cassidy, and others. they all supported biden's 2700 page so-called phony infrastructure bill that's paving the way for a tandem consideration of the $3.5 trillion behemoth budget bill. hello, inflation. hello, higher taxes. and less regulation, new
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entitlement, and goodbye, fiscal responsibility. it is a total evocation. i am sickened by what the republicans have done. now speaking of advocating. what is happening at the southern border is worthy of impeachment. they're a bit more encounters they are this year populations of eight u.s. states. and governors in nonborder states are being kept in the dark. do you know how many migrants have been shipped to florida? are you given any notice? >> no notice, they do not tell us, we have to do -- investigations, but they do fly people in unaccompanied minors. >> laura: we've arrived at a point that kind of reminds me of another time in the not-so-distant past where the obama administration was also up to no good. >> this is america, how many of you people want to pay for your neighbor's mortgage that has an
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extra bathroom and can't pay their bills, raise your hand? president obama, are you listening? >> laura: are all of you americans listening now? things are worse now than they were when santelli made that plea. back then our national was $10.000000000000. today, buckle up, it is $28.4 trillion and growing exponentially. it's time for a new tea party type movement to a forum to organize and to stand out across the country. on issues from critical race theory to masks in school, we are already seeing sparks of activism. speak of this kind of stuff is poison. this will tear the country apart if it becomes a part of our fabric. >> just because i do not want to critical race theory taught to my children in schools does not mean that i am a racist.
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[chanting] >> clear the mandate now! >> your power does not seek the u.s. constitution and the first amendment rights of the citizens of this great nation. let's be very, very clear who has the power. >> laura: and voters in new jersey and virginia in just a few months, they have a chance to push the big spending race hustling, school closing, job killing, mask-pushing politicians back on their heels in those governor races. though democrats send their activists to washington, conservatives sometimes are content to watch there is on tv. can't be the case anymore. now the g.o.p. should be investing huge amounts of money in virginia and new jersey and conservative activists need to engage. glenn young can would be a terrific governor in the old dominion, and lord knows who virginia needs new leadership. with the governor newsom recall,
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this is amazing. at the g.o.p. has an opportunity to make a case to conservatives, sensible political leaders are urgently needed there, so a tea party 2.0 movement could appeal to frustrated african-americans as well who don't want to be demonized for their personal medical decisions, and could also appeal to hispanic business owners. they work hard for their american dream only to have a lockdown turn it into a nightmare. and suburban women, they might not have voted for trump last time, but do they want their kids indoctrinated to this poison idiotic school? and what about urban professionals who are sick of paying high taxes to live in high crime neighborhoods? and two evangelical voters who don't want to be told that their faith is not essential by washington bureaucrats or godless governors. it's time for an american called action. i don't care what you call it or what you name it, what you brand it. but the principles are all found
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in our constitution. this movement is where freedom matters, where work matters. where personal responsibility matters, where school matters, where safety matters, and where truth matters, and that's "the " here now, one of the few journalist who has been holding the g.o.p. feet to the fire over the infrastructures scam and is likewise calling for something resembling a new age tea party, phil quam, of the national review, i was asked of some those tea parties and they were demonized, ridiculed, but those people in 2009-2010 made a real difference. what is happening now on the ground? >> i mean, it is really upsetting what is happening, and what is happening is that joe biden, he violated his oath of office by deciding that he was going to implement a law, or a regulation -- an order in this
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eviction moratorium that the supreme court said was illegal and to that joe biden himself had said before issuing it to that it did not pass constitutional muster. his adviser said that not only did biden kick the tires, but he double, triple, quadruple checked it and even a more limited order wouldn't -- had no legal base. a >> laura: we know what they did, you have documented this brilliantly appeared on the show and in the national review, you are one of the few to pick it apart, republicans went along with this, 17 republicans and i will continue to say their names night after night, because it is embarrassing, however, we need a movement in this country that stands up across the board across all of this unlawful government seizing the power from the people. and we had it in 2009, into 2010, made a net only and massive difference in retaking congress, what are the chances
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that that movement can be organized again? >> i think that there are chances just because of the overreach that has gotten so egregious, and unfortunately republicans aren't doing anything to fight back. and i think one of the things that the tea party did that was significant was for the first time republicans and members of congress had more to fear from going along and going to washington and just hiking spending and rubber-stamping spend spending that they actually felt pressure to try to cut spending and to try to return to constitutional principles, and now you have republicans getting completely rolled by biden. and keep in mind, the scam keeps getting worse for weeks and months, republicans supporting this say that the bill would be fully funded for funded for. >> laura: we have to show the spread i want to show this, because it touches on what you
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just mentioned. watch. >> this is pay board. the infrastructure is all paid for. we don't have a debt that we will occur more dead hanging onto a prey >> this is a bill that is paid for. >> it is something that democrats and republicans can support. it is paid for and it does help the american people. >> laura: senator cassidy repeated that claim on the show a couple of nights ago, but it's $265 billion off not paid for, what about the reckless spending on the part of republicans? >> it's completely unbelievable. and keep in mind, all this is is the warm-up act. it is just greasing the wheel for the $3.5 trillion bill that democrats hope that are going to do basically and intrude in every aspect of people's lives from birth until retirement. >> laura: but cassidy came on the show and tried to argue that
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to the republicans voting for infrastructure first made it less likely that 3.5 trillion was going to pass. and i did not want to be rude to him, i was like, that is just bull. that was a total falsehood that he said on the show. and i'm sorry, he is not telling the truth or is really dumb. i don't know which is the case. he is not a dumb man, he is a medical doctor appeared he can't be dumb. but he went on the show and said it would be more difficult. >> laura: tell that to chuck schumer who says we are going to get through this bipartisan bill so that we can move immediately to the $3.5 trillion. it does not seem like he is shaking in his boots. >> laura: phil, thank you so much. thank you for riding about this too. joe biden's ride to a walk us through the thought process in legally expending the moratorium on eviction. >> through the contact of a number of constitutional scholars we have relied on through years.
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and said we think you have the authority to do it, but in this court, who knows where to so i asked the cdc to go back and take another look at it, and they concluded that we had a completely different chain. i can guaranteed the court want to rule that we don't have that authority. but at least we will have the ability if we have to appeal to keep this going for a while. at least. a little bit longer. it >> laura: now we know one of those scholars was harvard law professor harry tribe coming you can remember he was among the most deranged russian conspiracy theories, suggesting that a russian plane crash was purposeful to silent someone who could hurt trump. it's with that knowledge we present the speech. it's not to nationwide, only 90% of the nation, and the stated pandemic gives the cdc more power. what's the truth? joining me now, gw law
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professor turley. professor, do these arguments pass legal muster in your view? >> no, this is really breathtaking in its bombast today. if i have been caught stealing a bmw, claiming the right to steal a lexus. it is not the make up the car, it is the act, it is what they are saying, we will just issue a new order, that was not specifically the order that the supreme court was talking about just a few weeks ago. the court made perfectly clear that this is unconstitutional. the only reason that they did not strike down the order was because it was expiring. now tribe and i are not typically found of each other, but it seems when the democrats want to lead foot the law, the light is always green at the corner of tribe and constitution avenue. you can have disagreements as we have in the past and even get positions that have evolved, but
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to this is really beyond the pale. there is no constitutional authority. and then the president came out and said the crime part out loud. most of the constitution said that this is unconstitutional, but i talked to some experts and they said, well, go for it. but then he added, the fact is that before the courts can shut us down, we can get a lot of money out of the door. keep well, he is ignoring the fact that that would be an unconstitutional expenditure of money. he took an oath on january 20th that will hold the constitution. there was not a condition that allowed you to ignore that constitution for a good cause. and that's what he seems to be suggesting. >> laura: and professor, i need to get the breaking news, "the washington post" reporting just moments ago that the biden administration is considering using federal regulatory powers in the threat of withholding federal funds from institutions to push more americans to get
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vaccinated. so the effort could apply to institutions varied as long-term care facilities, cruise ships, and universities. potentially enacting millions and millions of americans. this is quite something, your reaction? >> it is, i rode a column a week ago saying that we had this transition. the biden administration began with what is called "reason consent" in a column, and he said we will just convince people to take the vaccine could he convince me and my family, we took the vaccine, but then that failed about half the country did not take the vaccine, so they went to induce consent. ohio offered a million dollar lottery tickets, and other president is offering $100 if you get the shot, and that's not having a huge amount of success, so they are moving to the finald consent. and the president said he does not want to order a federal mandate, and instead is using surrogates like some shadow
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state of all these corporations. >> laura: no, no, he is going to withhold federal funds from universities if they don't require kids, it looks like, to get vaccinated. is that constitutional? >> well, there will be a challenge. it depends on how it is done. if they are too heavy-handed, it could be unconstitutional. but the other problem is that he is doing this without talking to congress. >> laura: yeah. >> saying should this be a condition of all the federal funds you gave us? because they were not a condition when the bills were passed. >> laura: professor turley, all of this is breathtaking. and we did not even get to brett kavanaugh what he did on the conviction issue. but get a chance to change that now. thank you, professor paid one week ago in minnesota, this is a stunning story. a55-year-old woman was beheadedd daylight. the story has really gotten any attention. we will bring in the details, and due to biden's failed policies, ground zero and
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♪ ♪ >> there are ngos and other international organizations who are vaccinating migrants. certainly that helps keep a
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range of people safe in the country. >> you think that people in mcallen, texas, where 700,000 minors in the city since february, 1500 in the last seven days? >> i think it's important to note what is actually happening in mcallen. so there is actually been, they signed a disaster declaration setting up temporary emergency shelter to provide a space to create an isolated space to mitigate this issue. >> laura: we have endless money to build tent cities all over america. fantastic job. that's the press secretary of the white house referencing an emergency evacuation in my next guest was forced to act because of the biden administration gross dereliction of duty at the border. joining me now the mayor of mcallen, texas, i want to say this again, because it bears repeating, since mid-february there are been over 7,000 confirmed covid-19 positive
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immigrants released into your city including 1500 in the past week alone. and when we are running around to mask our kids in schools, they are just flowing into the united states. what is your message tonight to president biden? >> certainly, actually we are fortunate that those people, those immigrants were not released into mcallen. instead, they went through mcallen to the rest of the united states. it was just recently that the ngos are incapable and do not have the capacity ability to take care of the rest of the individuals. just two days ago we had the ability to enact, or i signed a disaster declaration, because we needed help. and people blame us sometimes in the municipality. we tell them it is out of our jurisdiction. want to place blame, we know exactly where to do it. and that is in washington. and whether it is the president,
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congress, the senate, they are the ones that can take care of it, and we know that as far as being convenient, the issues we have right now, there is an overflow, we have to, two days ago put up emergency tents. we have never had to do that before. fortunately, we had some assistance by a counter commissioner and our county judge when we move those tents outside of the city in mcallen. >> laura: how much is this all costing? >> for the city it has not been to, too much yet, because we still have some federal funds, but we have to do the declaration, because we are running out of money and running out of money quick. and this is not a responsibility. we don't do this. we don't deal with immigration. so it's making it difficult to our community, wasting our resources and not just money, i mean manpower. it's very difficult.
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our community is now angry. where before we could handle it, i think that we are at a point where it is very difficult now. >> laura: you should see the text i am getting from friends right near you in mcallen, people who actually work in the government for a particular branch of the government. they say that the pictures don't do this justice. it does not do the outrage of what is happening on the ground justice. the covid-positive migrants who are being dumped into the united states, mayor, not only endangering your community, officials they are, but people across this country, what about that fact? >> well, that's exactly what i'm talking about, because the immigrants don't stay in mcallen, or at least they did not before, but now of course i think everybody knows that there was a conflict between our governor's order and the directives from up north from the federal government, and it was even harder to send them
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out. with the increase in coded positivity, and went from 4%, to now access. immigrants are testing in excess of 16% positive, so now we can't even move them. now they are staying. and we just can't handle that anymore. >> laura: mayor -- >> with the stroke of a pen? i think it's something that washington can take care of with the stroke of a pen and they should. >> laura: life under trump, what was that like versus life under biden in mcallen? >> without getting into politics, let me tell you easily, six, seven, eight months ago we did not have the issue we are having now. it's totally different. >> laura: mayor, thank you. we wish you good luck. we have been following the story, now the story raging, one week ago a man named alexis severin of shakopee, minnesota, was arrested after beheading a woman in broad daylight. to paint this crime that barely made national news, the motive,
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who was this man? did you have any criminal background? was he an american citizen? not all of those questions are obscured, not worthy of examination until one minnesota attorney and blogger started digging. now scott johnson is a popular power line blog, joining me now, tell us what you learned and why others seemed disinterested in this shocking and grisly school story? >> laura, it's really a heartbreaking story as you suggest, and i have been working on it for the past week, this making an initial appearance on the murder charge this past friday, and in the course of that hearing in the initial appearance, he said he wanted to be deported to his country, that got my attention. the man that this -- the fact that this beheading happen in broad daylight in the twin cities suburb of shakopee,
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minnesota, on a residential street got my attention. and at the time he beheaded his girlfriend, americo farrar, a an illegal immigrant citizen of the united states who changed her name to america when she became a citizen, she was -- he was on his way to court of three felonies, incredibly incredibly violent that also infused -- included the use of a machete that he used on his way to court a week ago wednesday. so both things taken together are just unbelievable. have we ever had a public beheading in broad daylight? i don't think so. >> laura: and his immigration status is what? how did he get into the country? >> he came, he is a cuban illegal immigrant. he entered through el paso in 2007, and by 2012 there were two
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deportation orders that he had racked up. and i.c.e. was not able to deport him because cuba would not take him back. so we then have been stuck with him. and he has been a one-man crime wave beating up women and committing crimes for the past ten years. >> laura: we can look forward to more grisly crimes given what has happened at the border over the last six months. this is -- thank you for doing the digging, nobody else did it, scott. thank you. tuesday night we brought you a canadian immunologist part of the team researching the covid vaccine, he says they may impart a big mistake. he is back with us with more and moments, and summer is not over yet, so get your freedom matters beach towel made in the usa, remember all of my profits go to little sisters of the poor, and all the great mugs, i don't have a towel with me, i do, but i can't reach it. and all made in usa, all for little sisters of the poor, go
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>> this is becoming a pandemic of the unvaccinated. >> we are seeing an outbreak of the unvaccinated. >> i want to be crystal clear about what is happening in the country. we have a pandemic of the unvaccinated. >> laura: okay, the echo chamber, but is that true? the biden administration sighting data that 99% of covid deaths and 95% of hospitalizations are among the unvaccinated. well, it turns out, that statistic is grossly misleading, something the cdc director inadvertently admitted today. >> those dado were data that were from analyses in several states from january through june, and did not reflect the data that we have now from the delta variant. we are actively working to update those in the context of the delta variant.
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>> laura: oh, really, a vast majority of the country was unvaccinated for the first four months of the year. thus the numbers would obviously skewed towards those being hospitalized in that category, so why are they skewing the data? associate professor at the university of golf who has been researching the covid vaccine, doctor, thank you for joining us part 2 with the interview with you. is it accurate to call this a pandemic of the unvaccinated? or are those who are vaccinated contribute to the emergence of the new variance? >> laura, thank you for having me back, absolutely it is untrue to be calling this a pandemic of the unvaccinated. in fact i would argue that -- and it is certainly untrue that it is flipping of the messaging to scare people into thinking that the unvaccinated our somehow driving the emergence of novel variance.
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this goes against every scientific principle that we understand. the reality is, the nature of the vaccines that we are using right now and the way we are rolling them out are going to be applying the selective pressure to this virus to promote to the emergence new variance. this is based on sound principles. we have to look no further than chemotherapy. cancers in the emergence of antibiotic resistance drained of bacteria, the principles are this, if you have a biological entity that is prone to mutation, and the stars coronavirus two, is prone to mutation, if you have a an entity like that and you apply a narrowly focused selective pressure that is nonlethal and you do this over a long period of time, this is the recipe for driving the emergence of novel variance. and that's exactly what we are doing, the vaccines are focused on a single protein of the virus, so it only has to alter
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one protein and the vaccines don't come close to conferring sterilizing immunity. people who are vaccinated still get infected. it only seems to be particularly good at blunting the disease. what that tells you therefore is that these vaccines in the vast majority of people are applying a nonlethal pressure. narrowly focused on one protein and of course a vaccine rollout is occurring over a long period of time. that is the recipe for driving -- >> laura: so your theory is it is exact opposite of what they are saying, trying to demonize and intimidate those who have chosen not to be vaccinated for whatever reason, so they are to blame, they should be shunned and punished, denied services. >> it's ridiculous, if anything the unvaccinated are likely acquiring probably and pretty substantial numbers naturally acquiring immunity, which i would argue is going to be much more protective than the vaccine-induced immunity against novel variance. >> laura: something the
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administration refuses to address head on or accept the idea that you have bee or t cell memory immunity to this ongoing virus and that you would not then need a vaccine, correct? >> yeah, it is shocking to me as an immunologist, because basically, yes, you are correct, essentially our immune systems actually work. they do respond to pathogens and do protect us from pathogens. their published papers, people can look up a paper done by authors that was published in a nature journal, and it shows very clearly as to several very good peer-reviewed publications that show very clearly that natural acquired immunity against stars coronavirus 2 is very potent. it is very long-lasting, and importantly in the context of novel variance, it is very broad in its scope. so it will be very balanced. we will have lots of antibodies and t cells, and the thing is, it targets multiple components
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of the virus. >> laura: not just the one protein, and that's why. >> so the variance will occur that are going to be able to bypass the vaccine amused -- induced immunity, but those are not going to change all the other components of people who have naturally responded are protected against. >> laura: dr. bridal, thank you, this is stunning how it is being sold to the public and demonizing the people have chosen not to be vaccinated. thank you. now president biden's lurch towards the legality was not made independently, he was coaxed by one radical congresswoman in particular, cori bush. so what do we know about her? "the ingraham angle" investigates next.
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♪ ♪ >> above all, representative cori bush gets huge credit. one person who change things for tens of thousands, may be hundreds of of people. >> laura: watch out, aoc, a new squad darling in the block. this one so effective she force the president to just break the law. no big deal appeared who is this congresswoman cori bush? since she now yields so much power, it's only fair to ask. she wrote the prominence in the
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smoldering ruins of the ferguson, missouri riot. though the entire rest was on hands up, don't shoot lives, she continues to call it her formative movement. >> we decided we are not going to wait any longer for change, you do not understand what happened. what was happening right her in st. louis, missouri. in ferguson, if you did not understand, we are about to show you. >> laura: since that time she has accused the u.s. of being systemically racist. >> the federal government must account for its ongoing role in perpetuating, supporting, and upholding white supremacy. >> laura: very positive. she has revealed she does not believe in gender. >> i am committed to doing the absolute most to protect black mothers, to protect black babies, to protect black birthing people, and to save lives. >> laura: that disqualifies her going forward.
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and she claims january 6th was an inside job. >> when you have people on the inside that are planning to her to the very people that they are working with, and you actually come to hurt us, you planned it. >> laura: but it was her unrelenting campaign to defund the police that center up to the top of the democratic party. her platform was awkward after fox news discovered that bush spent 70k in just three months for her own private security detail. that's how it always works. when cps finally caught up to our reporting, she was unrepentant. >> i private security, because my body is worth being on this planet right now. i have private security because they, the white supremacist, racist narrative that they drive into this country, so suck it up. and defunding the police has to happen. >> laura: joining me now, brenham tatum, officer and author of "beaten, black, and blue."
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st. louis expected to see an 80% increase police leaving the department. so cori bush's district, can they afford private security detail? >> of course it can't, laura. and this lady, i could say more words, but it's a family show and i'm sure my parents are watching, but cori bush is a complete hypocrite. there is no way in the world that she really loved the inner-city, you represent st. louis, which is one of the crime capitals of this country per capita and you represent st. louis, you claim to represent the black and brown bodies of the inner city, but you don't want them to have security. but you will pay 75,000, she says that she would pay 100,000, whatever it takes to keep her black and brown body safe while everybody is struggling. she is a complete hypocrite, defunding the police never works. it never will work. he will keep people in danger. and the funny thing is, why is she talking about defunding the police in her city, her constituency, because if you look at 2021, there is not been
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one single black person shot by police. there was one in 2020, and the last time someone he was shot by police there were black was in 2015 in her own city. she is lying to the public, and she needs to come correct and it really bothers me how she is putting out a fake agenda. >> laura: well, she actually has a novel idea about who is really defunding the police. watch. >> they are the ones that actually defunded the police by $1.9 trillion, 100% of them voted against a supplement for capitol police. >> laura: so the republicans are to blame. okay, it is they're doing. oh, brandon. >> well, you can't find a single republican that i know if that is on the record saying anything about defunding the police. republicans are typically pro-police. we support police all the time. her alone, you can look at her interview and the things that she said. she advocates defunding the police. democrats have consistently advocated defunding the police. but when they get caught in a lie, what do they do?
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they divert to white supremacy and divert to the republican party is defunding the police. they are completely lying. and the funny thing is that earlier -- earlier before i got on, when she made a statement of the people that are after her white supremacists, it is a complete lie. she knows that this -- it's dangerous to be out here for anybody, it's not just because you are a congressperson. it's dangerous to be out here. people need support, and the citizens of the safety use law enforcement as someone other personal security. she understands the risk, but she is selfish and the fact that saying i'm the one that's important, my life matters. not yours, but mine. >> laura: brandon, thank you. she is a showboater. she needs to be defeated, and defeated by a large margin, okay. send a message. thank you. and biden is not kidding. have you heard? he is not kidding.
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>> laura: have you noticed that joe biden has a go to
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verbal? >> and i want to say publicly, i have a commitment when they make the first electric corvette, i get to drive it, right, mary? you think i'm kidding, i'm not kidding. >> laura: do members of the press keep asking him if he is getting? no one does bear there's no other expedition for his odd behavior. that's all the time we have tonight. "gutfeld!" takes it from here. ♪ ♪ [applause] >> greg: oh, yeah. happy thursday, everyone. or as kat likes to call it, you're in for the drug test day. glad she's here today, but what a rough night for her. [laughs]

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