conservative. but hopefully, hope springs eternal. >> neil: you are quite right, when push comes to shove, he generally withholds from the democrats. thank you, charlie gasparino, the star of fox business. if you don't get it, you should demand it, probably you do get it. you can say, i already have it, i'm so lucky. here's "the five." ♪ ♪ >> greg: , hello, greg gutfeld, along with dagen mcdowell, brian kilmeade, and dana perino, "the five." ♪ ♪ out of the gate to its another debate about another mandate, so how will it rate? who will meet their fate? and who will take the bait, who will advocate, who will acclimate, who will cause debate. president biden signaling a crackdown could be coming for states that don't follow his
covid rules. that threat is the latest example in the fight over mandate splitting the country apart, dana. biden and florida governor ron desantis going after each other for days over mandates like wearing masks in schools. ron desantis says it should be up to the parents to decide, but now the president is looking at new ways to overrule states like florida. >> my concerns are deep, one of the things that i find a little disingenuous, when i suggested that people in zones where there is a high risk, where the masks like you are all are doing. i'm told that the government should get out of the way. >> do you want to intervene in states like texas and florida where they are banning masks mandates? >> i don't believe i do thus far. we are checking that. >> greg: governor desantis
defending his rights and refusing to cave to people like a joe biden. >> we will do anything to make sure that parents are in the driver's seat when it comes to the health, education, and welfare of their kids. you should not be decreed by the government. they should be something of a parent is ultimately making the decision on. and there are different parents that feel differently on that. i respect that. but to force one way is alienating and marginalizing a lot of parents throughout the state of florida. >> greg: there you have it, dagen, who is the basic coercion? they say it is governor desantis, but it is ron desantis who is creating a middle ground by saying let the parents decide, but then president joe biden says no, so who is coercing who? >> dagen: joe biden is not coursing anybody, ron desantis says optional, let the parents decide and i know you will talk
about this later, but there is no science behind children wearing masks. and lower than it was last year. good luck. you have a way of coming back. joe biden, you can kind of hear him hemming and hawing and look at the rainbow over there, does not know what he is talking about and trying to figure out how to hammer ron desantis and not make the moms and dads in the swing state angry if you put them in a situation where the school district mandates mask wearing, when i say joe biden is gasping and grasping, he spent all of last year blaming trump for the highest death rate in the country here in new york and new jersey. and now he said he is going to come back and fix everything, but he could not get his target on the back station.
so kind of a no man's land, and notice he does not go after the governor of louisiana, john bel edwards, because he is a democrat. he has amassed mandate in the state, but the country is one of the lowest vaccination rates and one of the highest death rates in the nation, and now invoking the power of prayer and is fasting trying to help cure his state. wouldn't that be the target of the left? if some republican governor said i'm fasting and praying for y'all? >> greg: i pray for brian. good to see you. i'm lying. >> brian: i would take that same open for "gutfeld." how strong it was. >> greg: dagen makes a very -- >> dana: i think it was good, but you are sucking up, come on? >> brian: why do you have to label me and put me in a corner? >> greg: we are going to take it out of her time and give it to you.
>> brian: i am reclaiming my time. >> greg: i remember that, that was so much fun. dagen was talking about this is the group of people who are at least risk and people mandating. are we basically abusing children to protect teachers? >> brian: possibly, they are teacher mandates out there, there is individual companies, private company is mandating, vaccines mandating masks. i get it, people are scrambling to a corner trying to figure it out am also playing politics on top of it. we will be on "the five" when you turn an ankle or run a fever at some point, and we will have seen the same debate for years o come. there will be variant after variant. are we going to have a national bedtime? 9:00, joe biden says by the power vested in him that we all have to go to bed at the same time? it is amazing that joe biden is actually postulating whether he has legal authority to mandate or override governors? i have retained a special lawyer andy mccarthy and asked him
legally does he have the ability to the rights? no. he does not have the right to do this, why are we battling on this, since when do parents need permission to be parents? they went to pick up, went to put the kids away, all of the other kids are wearing jeans, should they be fine for wearing corduroys? parents are in charge, and i hold our county credit, because they said let's try to broker this and have a hope scholarship, kids who don't want to do amassed mandate will be able to go to a private school where they can do masks at liberty for free. at least they are trying. >> dagen: the whole state did that and voted for it last week. >> brian: in florida. >> greg: austin, we ask loaded questions here, but why does president biden hate parents? [laughter] >> austin: why do parents love president biden? that's the reverse question.
the thing here is governor desantis is trying to overrule the school boards in florida. so he is saying i forbid you from requiring masks on top of it he said you can't require the vaccine, you can't require testing, i think the nation -- that combination i think it's a little problematic. i think brian is right to that we are going to have variance, we have to figure out how we can contain this, but it is the next disease. and not trying to make the roads easier and more open for drunk drivers, not trying to change the laws that allow you to not have to clean up for your pet if they make a mess, and kids are getting infected. of the pediatric hospitals in florida are overwhelmed, and they spread the disease to each other. they are not in school yet, why are you blaming the schools? i'm not blaming the schools, i
am saying there is a risk when florida's infection rate if it was a separate country it would be the highest infection rate in the world, that is a moment where for a temporary period, some school district says it so high here, let's wear masks for the next two weeks, why is the governor saying no? >> greg: i'm so confused by the statistics, i see the case rate and hospitalization of kids is roughly the same as it has been for a while, but the caseload goes up. so the media focuses on the caseload because it is mushrooming? >> dagen: at the cdc had to amend the florida covid numbers because it was overreporting the daily cases. i will shut up. >> dana: that's fine. >> greg: dana there is a concept with the prison of two ideas. if so you either have to be an masks work or masks don't work. we know that they are not 100% effective, but we also know it is not 0. it is somewhere in the middle, but the news does not like that.
they like the -- it has to be you have to save your children or you are a murderer, but this is not like seat belts. it's something -- there is a huge gray area and that's where ron desantis is saying, who deals with the gray area? not the freaking law, the parents, the gray area is for the parents. >> dana: and steve talked about how you assess risk for yourself and your children. so if you are being told that their only two ideas and you are a parent, it gets a little overwhelming and i can imagine that there are some parents who are saying i will make it my masks or my kid in remote schools, their level of risk is really low, their other parents who are like, everything i read says that the kids don't get very sick and i think that the chances of them getting hit when he walks across the street if he does not look both ways is a higher risk, so this debate is not allowing for that. the other thing is remember who everybody liked out of
minnesota, he was on air two weeks ago saying that cloth masks don't work. so rand paul said something similar, and then youtube banned him. we don't banned doctor often haul, so talk about the prisoner of two ideas, if you are one doctor you can say it and be fine, and the other gets banned. >> greg: it's also a weird one way street about the banning and censorship, the fact that the school board member can say children who don't wear a mask, that child will commit murder. yes, she did. but the censorship only goes in one direction. they can view you extreme in your skepticism, but not extreme in your hysteria. >> austin: although in this case, ron desantis is saying if you as a school board vote against what i want coming i am going to compensate your salary and you won't be paid, so it's a little bit of a both sides have
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police officer ella french are both felons. one report a bleat on probation for robbery getting busted for theft that comes amid another twist in the story, watch as the mother of the brothers -- brothers charged to get arrested after trying to see one of them in the hospital. >> i don't give a [bleep] what people need to hear. i need to be a voice for my boys, that's all i have to say, let me get in this hospital and see my [bleep] [bleep] son. >> i want to see my son! get away from me! get away! >> stop. >> dagen: i would like to hear screaming and crying like that for the murdered police officer from that woman. >> greg: this is a new era where we see all sorts of things because of this. it's like you see the mother go in who doesn't believe her son is a murderer, this is part of that unstop it all march towards a reform that because we like the sound of the word reform, and all of the practices that
smell of the past and stink of old white men are inherently evil, so we get rid of cash bail, we get rid of -- we think prison is bad now. we let felons out of jail in california, no one is being arrested for grand larceny. so not only through the baby out with the bathwater, but the parents in the bathtub in their quest for reform. so posting to a dead-end alley that can't turn around, can only go in reverse. there's no way forward for this country, we have to go backwards. we have to go in reverse and undo every one of the gets idiotic decisions ushered in under the lie of positive reform. no doubt there is good reform, we have seen it, but a lot of this stuff is based on some really wacky ideas from wacky d.a.s. >> dagen: there have been changes in terms of how police officers in chicago conduct a business. what do you make of everything that has happened now in terms of the spike in crime, what we
know is that there is one dead police officer, one woman who spent potentially decade serving the city, protecting the city, she is gone. >> austin: and was a great officer by all accounts. i live and work on the southside of chicago. i've been there 26 years, if somebody killed a police officer, absolutely they should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. i think in chicago as in much of the country the pandemic has led to an increase in both the violent crime and nonviolent crimes, and for some reasons we understand and some need don't. i think that that is a separate issue from one of the controversies in the city of chicago is that the mayor has established kind of a civilian control of the police force that they can investigate, and that
was because of some pretty public abuses on the part of the police department. i don't think there is anything wrong with the basic proposition which is let's go after criminals and let's not have police officers abusing their power, and i think we can do both of those things if we are getting to a situation where d.a.s will preannounce we will not prosecute you. we will not put you in jail for committing a crime, i do think you will get more crime and they better think that throughout. >> dagen: by dame a -- dana, the demoralization of police officers lead to recruitment prices. not only people quitting the force but recruitment is a problem. the mayor and governors will not to lock up, violent ones. >> dana: senator risch tom cotton will probably make some heads explode with his new op-ed, and the title is
"national under incarceration" and he is making the case that there are a lot of people that should be in jail and arguably these two might have been two of them. and there is just a total disrespect for the rule of law, total disregard for it. when you look at the situation they had expired tags, red flag for police officers and that's why they got pulled over. before they could even figure out what was going on in the car, that's when they shot them. so when he talks about our under incarceration problem, there might be some merit to that. before in rikers island, thousands of prisoners, and with mail reform -- they are violent criminals out on the street, but somebody punches you in the nose, brian, they are not going to stay in jail out for an hour.
>> brian: they will be out before you are. >> brian: i'm first in line. >> brian: only a minute left, but to add to this, chicago is unbelievable, it's emblematic of everything wrong, you have a parent saying oh, my goodness, my 21-year-old and my 22-year-old are probably going to be in jail for life and they are involved in the murder of a cop and may be a second who got shot in the head who stole a phone and got so upset that he was drinking and driving and when he was told to put down the drain, he would not do it. the mom showing up saying how could my kids do that? she comes out vilifying the police, it seems like on the surface this 22-year-old only had a shot, so how do we stop crime today and how do we stop another generation of killers and give them options before they become teens, before they realize that there is more to life and then the life that they are seeing around them. somehow we have to get into the inner cities and provide some of the guidance that the parents are not able to or are not just
doing. >> greg: nothing else that is new, that's a problem, it's the people in charge, what you just said makes total sense, but it's not being done. education ducks, right? we are now killing standards on the street in the schools, we are actually telling people that we are in decline, we don't care. >> brian: the working class and the urban class get the teachers to get the works. somehow we have to reverse like calculus, and there is a way to do it. they do it in small areas, i would love to see them bring it to stronger areas, there are a lot of people that want to solve the problem of rather than vilifying today, looking to solve it within five years. give us a 5-year program to spread the opportunity to people, not the money, not the free lunches, but the opportunity and hope. some of them are born and have no hope. >> dagen: we will leave it at that. up next, get ready for biden's
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republicans wasting no time tearing into it. >> the policy reads like some of the walked across a rotunda to the house and handed the squad a pen and piece of paper. >> senate democrats have made it clear that they want to use this reckless tax spending spree to implement the green new deal. because spending money like drunken sailors, just throwing liberal idea and hope it sticks to the wall. they are going to change your country. it's going to be more like venezuela and less like america. >> brian: don't worry about how they will pay for it, they will up the rate from 23 to 21, didn't we just talk about the tax rate untouchable in the 1.2 trillion deal, and take it for 43.5. so changing everything, and off to it, does it please you? >> austan: a, switch to decaf, but b, may be in honor of the
compromise of yesterday we should agree that rather than have a liberal "spending spree wishlist" let's only do the things that are supported by the large majority of the american people. oh, yeah, that's exactly what they did. the whole show at 69% of the country supports the bill back better agenda including 50% of self-proclaimed republicans, and if you look at the bill, it's not a socialist mantra, whatever you said it is, it is a list of investing in health care, investing in education. >> brian: is some of the else's money. >> austan: paid for by raising taxes on high income corporations and all i will point out is joe biden ran for president saying this is exactly what i will spend money on, and here's how i will pay for it, he won by 7 million boats and got the house in the senate, and now
he is doing what he said he would do. >> brian: austan, i think he is doing what bernie sanders said he would do, he did not get the domination. dagen, is this still capitalism? >> dagen: the $3.5 trillion plus plan we are talking about creates that new entitlement that will last well beyond a 10-year period, and gets the middle-class hooked on government handouts, not investing in spending and handing over, decision making to the likes of bernie and chuck schumer and nancy pelosi. but i find it rich that lindsey graham come and give mcconnell, now complaining about spending, they signed on to the infrastructure. we had already spent and included what was passed this year, we had already spent $6 trillion. anyway, so you get a bipartisan infrastructure plan that was more than two-thirds of the
senate that never happened, so where is the media calling out nancy pelosi and her nincompoops for not pushing it through? now she has tied it to the 3.5-$5 trillion plan. she will put a vote on it, this is a huge win for joe biden and heinous fuel degree on her part, she is owned by the left and aoc and bernie sanders, chuck schumer is worried about aoc in the primary. >> brian: dana, nincompoops, not approving of the language, but joe manchin said i'm not hanging with 3.5, i will let it forward, but i'm not going for all that money, doesn't make you feel better? >> dana: no. everybody thinks that joe manchin is the mayor, but look at his historical voting record. he might not be 3.5, but he could be for 3.3. but i think that some of these things, to your point about the polls, it's a good one, but think back to the 2020 election and ask anybody, medicare for
all, do you like it? i love it, would you like it if this happen? and then that's when the pulling falls apart, so republicans have a lot of work to do to explain their position on this, and they better hurry. but then the other on the immigration front, so this might get thrown out because it does not have anything to do with the budget, but this is what they want to do, the immigration language is very vague, what they have said is that basically lawful permanent status for qualified immigrants, this is not just your dreamers, dreamers would be about 700,000. this will get you up about 10 million, so now you have several senators and very tough races like mark kelly and then i would put jeanne shaheen of new hampshire in that category, and because of all of these policies and in particular this one, the republicans are looking at senator michael bennet as a turnover opportunity in colorado. >> brian: that would be amusing for republicans, and if you say 9 million are now legal,
we will get another 10 million raging at the border, and we have an administration that does not care about the border. >> greg: i want to about china. >> brian: okay, on the show? >> austan: you have a segment coming up. >> greg: the info structure bill and the carve outs for companies to use labor or material if it's too expensive in america, and that means one word, china, right? so people say we are in a cold war with china, i grew up in the cold war and nike and apple and the nda, they weren't blowing tongue kisses to moscow while we were awaiting our annihilation and hiding under desks and doing nuclear bomb testing, our corporations weren't playing games with them. so starting to look like china is responsible for all of our kids, masking up, our relatives dying, and you can point check to china for that. but we don't want them to interfere with our cheap products and our profit, so
until he accept paying higher prices for labor material, we will be embed with the nation responsible for the worst biological disaster in history, and i think there are 16 or 17 republicans who sign onto the infrastructure bill knowing that. to answer your immigration question? >> brian: but it makes you feel better. a >> greg: if i feel better, i am less abusive to you. but when i feel good i want to hurt you more. >> brian: i'm surprised the way that you are getting along with austan. >> greg: in comparison to you. it's about you. it's not free without the toupee. >> austan: imagine if i had one how personally i would take it. >> brian: coming up straight ahead, the story, another twist for the texan democrats, why they could end up in cuffs, can you spot the beer? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> austan: more trouble brewing for the democratic texas democrats that fled the state. now they could be fined if they don't show up for the election. offering up these tough words. to speak of their strategy, there is no end game. the end game would be they never come back. that's not representative government or allow the rest of the legislature to have their rights upheld, so the dash small minority of democrats are making the decision for all of the other legislators as to what is going to be voted on. that's minority rule, not the way the country was set up. >> austan: so dana, arresting the people who won't come vote for your bill, is this taking it too far? >> dana: are the consequences are not? they are doing the same thing, and the democrats have done that
as well, probably not arrested, should there be something? i imagine so. participation means that you have to show up, and that's why you ran, and excuse me, if you are going to pull a political stunt, make sure you get results. this is the worst political stunt of all time, because they did not get anything they wanted except for bad press, and then they were trying to drum up more press and so that was difficult, because the whole nation is going through covid and told him at all the crime increasing and people are worried about inflation so nobody is paying attention anymore. so two and nonrefundable tickets to portable and they were like, we are going to go on our trip, so they are willing to go to portugal, but not do their job in texas. >> austan: is this not the natural outcome of what we have seen in d.c. of procedural tricks, the prevent hearings coming up ted cruz blocking hundreds of diplomatic appointments, should he be handcuffed to his desk or
jailed? where does this go next. >> brian: did he say it happens all the time? listen, it's a private jet, they take some beer, they get covid-19, come not meet with the president, they did not accomplish anything they want. they went to portugal, trickle back and show up on monday, does a raging problem at the border, covid-19 and the state, and they are smiling on a private jet thanks to beto o'rourke who likes to stand on counters. spilling on the election bill, have they, greg, where does this go? >> greg: i think the death penalty. why are we wasting time with arresting. it is texas. you know, i think that they have embarrassed themselves so much to arrest them, we reverse the charges. suddenly you will murder the whole crew if you arrest them, so i say you have to do the exact opposite. welcome them back with the
cheesiest little celebration, balloons, party hats, noisemakers, plenty of light beer and turn it into a big joke, because it is the worst stunt since nate river canyon, brian. >> brian: i need a parachute. >> dagen: i thought that was genius, the democrats have tickled their own cucumber. you don't need to do anything. and i can't believe i would say this, no handcuffs, because again, even if you approach one of them are two of them, they are going to go, don't touch me! >> dana: and all film and on their iphones. >> greg: don't want to give them that. >> dana: don't show any of the video. >> greg: the two ladies in portugal, are they instagraming any of this. >> austan: "the fastest" as of next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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wrestler to win old at the olympics and putting her patriotism on display after saying she loves america, asked about her win and that memorable moment, earlier today, watch. >> it felt amazing, i did what i practice, and by the grace of god, i say let go, let god. there is been a lot of negativity going on, and i just wanted to enlighten people, and spread positivity and shoot, it happened. >> dana: it happen, she finally got to come on. >> brian: and women's wrestling, with a title ix, women started wrestling at the highest level, and sports appreciated. >> dana: you're welcome. >> brian: and click about her, it's almost sad, her enthusiasm for the country and appreciation after traveling the world and how great the country is is the story. it's become a story where somebody celebrates and it became a priority for you and
bill hemmer to get around, because her general enthusiasm for the country is going to say. >> dana: she said her dad was born in ghana, immigrated here, so the first generation american, and she -- there was a lot of pride there. >> greg: but you will realize she was not wearing a mask, i find her to do a poor emblem for america and am surprised that we are doing the segment. two options, she should become a peleton instructor. or she should check out the wrestling federation nwa. she could be there and be a star, it is owned by william corgan from smashing pumpkins, now goes by william. she could join nwa, or become a peleton instructor. >> austan: i'm thinking the next governor of florida. >> dana: but she lives in texas. anything else on her?
>> austan: it's an inspiring story and it's great to see new sports trying to get more interest in the olympics, which is kind of a tough olympics as far as the ratings, as far as people following it, and a story like this, really getting people juiced up about it. >> dana: i think it's my favorite story of the olympics. >> dagen: i watched a lot of the olympics though, and so many athletes, female track stars, gold medalist. i think mo won the 800-meter gold, her parents emigrated from sudan, and she was the first woman to win a medal in that event. and a gold since 1968. so all of these stories. but can i apologize for wrestling, brian? >> brian: as long as we both paid for it, the only thing i would say about the olympics is
tokyo did not even want it at the end, the question is are we going to boycott the china olympics? >> dana: something we will talk about, but we have to talk about this, friends star jennifer aniston and david schwimmer are reportedly dating after both admitted to having crushes on each other during the 10-year run with the spark being relit during this year's reunion, but special reps are pushing back saying in the story is not true, i checked with jesse watters today, and said sorry to bother you, but what do you know about this? he claims to know nothing. >> greg: this is all a scam and a front, they are all raging immoral homosexuals destined to hell. >> dana: that was not in the tabloid i read today. >> greg: i don't believe this. i just think it is a drum up for interest. >> dana: publicity stunt. what you think, dagen? >> dagen: my first question because i am a cynic is what are
they pumping? not each other, it had to be a product of some sort, and by the way, that hair court was a plague on american women for 20 years. >> austan: brian was not available, so jennifer sought out the segment. >> brian: currently not, so we will talk about an engagement, and i hope that shoot taped it on the vcr, because i believe it is real love, i'm great at detecting real love, and when i see two people look at each other, i can tell that's real. >> austan: are you looking for an invitation? that's what that was. >> brian: you are taping it. everything. >> dana: we will replay it in the prediction show. okay, "one more thing" is up next. ♪ ♪ as i observe investors balance risk and reward, i see one element securing portfolios, time after time.
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"field of dreams." it's irreplaceable for a father-son relationships, and decided to take a real game, the white sox in first place, the yankees on the rampage to get the wild card spot will be facing off tomorrow at 7:00, pregame at 6:00, look what fox is doing to pre -- premediate the movie from iowa. they have set this up. how great is this? of course joe jackson coming out of the corn. >> greg: people can get this? >> brian: only if you host the show and asked to show it on "the five." >> greg: you are showing off the swag to the viewers that can't get it. >> brian: that the network came up with for a very special game. >> greg: you should give that to somebody. >> dana: just call brian! >> austan: i wanted that, why would you get in the way? >> brian: how does this
happen? >> austan: well done. here may be the most adorable takedown of an unruly fan that you are going to see this week. you are at 2-year-old getting in on the action at the orlando city soccer game and running onto the field in the middle of the game and his mom morgan tucker takes them down. quickly catches up to them before he gets to the players, the crowd went wild and sheer a nice tackle. the baby just wanted to play, can you blame him? >> brian: i saw the overhead shot from the game, he was going for the ball at two years old. >> austan: this is a testament to moms everywhere, she could have been injured and kicked in the head, but the toddler out on the field, she is out there. >> greg: that kid is not driving to lease 40. >> brian: once and for all this is the last one. >> dagen: give him two more years and he will hate soccer like the rest of us. it >> dana: [laughs]
>> brian: we are hosting the world cup in the u.s. we need to get on board. >> dagen: the lightning bolt that struck both the empire state building and the world trade center at the very same time. i guess it's two lightning bolts, i don't know, but it is awesome. >> dana: it looks like it came from the same place. >> brian: how long were you sitting with her kamala hoping to get that? >> greg: we have to go now. that's it for us, "special report" is up next. >> i love soccer. good evening from washington, i am bret baier, the take over from afghanistan is accelerating, the biden administration projecting that the capital of kabul could fall within three months or even sooner. this comes after president biden reiterated the troop withdrawal is going to happen and afghans must fight for their own country. we will talk live with pentagon press secretary john kirby in just a moment, but first, state department rich edson has specifics on what is happening on the ground.