because, unlike dr. collins to set up to 12 years "that's it," no offense to him, i'm not at that point. others, including some of you, might regret that, but i will put them doing, and the honor of doing it for you. we all do at fox. that's why the 25 years, and who come are so special. good night. ♪ ♪ >> jesse: i'm jesse watters along with emily compagno, jessica tarlov, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ president biden taking socialism sales pitch on the road, as far left agitators continued to harass moderates who dared defy his agenda. the president in michigan today trying to convince americans to support his spending plan, even while his own party isn't even fully on board.
>> president biden: there's a lot of noise in washington. it seems to me that there's more than usual, anywhere from 40-80 years in america there is an inflection point where you have to choose what direction we are going to go. these bills are not about left versus right, or moderate versus progressive, anything that fits americans against one another. these are about competitiveness versus complacency. to oppose these investments is to be complicit in america's decline. >> jesse: after president biden, he said following a female senator into the bathroom is just part of the process. senator kyrsten sinema hound by activists while walking into an airport, then they got in her face once she got on the plane. dana, the democrats can afford to lose three votes in the house, zero votes in the senate. do you think joe doing this sales pitch is going to move anything?
speefour i don't necessarily think so, >> dana: i don't necessarily think so, because he has to convince the senate. those two senators are the ones where he basically said "it's okay to follow them into the bathroom and harass them." >> jesse: is going to arizona, west virginia. >> dana: i think he should apologize to her. i think she will not forget. we have had a long line of this. he ran for office saying "i will return to normal. i am civil, mature, everything will be calmer and nicer. that turned out not to be true. when he takes this side, and for people that went into the bathroom -- first of all, never have conversations on a bath or microphone, never sneak a phone into a bathroom. it's horrible. forget it. he can go to michigan and try to maybe help a little bit. one of the congresswoman there that's in a tough district, and
probably will face a good competitive republican, but the other thing, if you think back, when you had the democrats encouraging the harassment of maxine waters and cory booker say "get up in their faces," and that's the way you resolve things, and you can only afford to lose two, and he held that up of two people, and he's vindictive about it, so that tells everybody on the left that is somatic kyrsten sinema and joe manchin that you are validated to go ahead and go after them. i don't necessarily think it helps him gets votes, and it's a huge just don't make mistakes, it's like a "deplorable" moment. 32% of independents are like "i don't like what's going on here." that kind of thing and saying it's just part of the process, they don't like it. >> jesse: greg, i remember when people used to love maverick senators from arizona. now, it's the other way around. >> greg: they love you when
you use that. this is a microcosm of the democratic party. you have moderates and unstable idiots who command an outsized presence on social media, and i think what we are seen, what we don't like about joe biden is that he throws everybody over the side for the radicals, because he doesn't understand their presence or power. if he had the cahones to stand up to them, he would stand up to them, but he's terrified of the twitter mob. that was them in physical presence. the question for me, if all all thedemocrats want is so gooy must they be so coercive? shouldn't the sell be easy? why are the coercion tactics somehow getting worse every year, getting in people's faces, shouting at them, saying there is no sense of dialogue? if this is so good for us, why do we find it so repulsive?
why does it need to be rammed down our throat? if it is so utopian and wonderful -- my next point, a larger point, it will take about an hour. [laughter] you wonder why you have these polls that show why a large number of people want to succeed when they talk about the country splitting up, everybody pulls their hair out "oh, my god." if the dems hate half the country so much and it's that half that want to split, why should you care? if the people you hate want to leave, you should be ecstatic! why are you so filled with hate about the people who just want to get out of there? you should let him go! i have a solution for this. we are in a stage of a marriage where one spouse needs to walk out. it's not for a divorce. it's a trial separation. right now, the politicians are letting us down. we have no more law enforcement in major cities. we need a trial separation for
two years. one of the states has to go "i will step out," -- texas -- and then for 12 years, we will see if it works. i have a feeling we will miss each other and all come back better and stronger. the sex will be great. [laughter] >> jesse: separate the union, they tried it and we had a blood he civil war. >> greg: no war. the people who hate you should be happy if you want to leave. you see my point? there is no need for war if you just walk out the door with your suitcase. [laughter] >> jesse: let's address not greg's larger point, but the medium-sized point he made about the left using brute force now, kind of also was elated persuade with words, instead just jamming everything down peoples throat by by force or cancellation. >> force is probably an extreme term. she was not injured, though
being violated in the bathroom is an ultimate sin. i'm surprised she didn't just walk back out. i don't know who would have continued. >> when you got to go, you've got to go. [laughter] >> jessica: i would hold it and it's hard for me to hold it these days. [laughter] i looked at what's in the bill. it's a lot of things including universal pre-k, child care, medicare expansion. president biden has talked about the amendment, something where joe manchin is going to be nonnegotiable and get progressives in congress to say that's important to them. what is interesting is there is behind the scenes negotiations going on. just came out overnight at joe manchin and biden have been talking privately. he has now shifted from $1.9 trillion to $2.2 trillion. congress has set up a quick like a talk about $2.5 trillion. only, you are in the nancy's own, somewhere where you can
make progress, and kyrsten sinema, the big difference between her and john mccain, certainly on voting record, but john mccain loved talking to people. he loved talking to constituents and loved talking to cameras. needs to start explaining herself more publicly. joe manchin as her on every sunday show, saying "these are my problems, these are what i think is good." it would behoove her to do more interviews so we can get to a place of reconciliation. >> behoove. [laughter] >> love that word. >> jesse: you were so happy when you heard! [laughter] >> emily: bottom line, it's ridiculous. when you take the 30,000 with this attack on her, she's being vilified by her own party, simply because she was labeled a conservative democrat by a representative. one of the defenses i heard for that ambush in the west room was
until the lgbtq community is safe in the restroom, she shouldn't be nor should any of us beat. she is a member of that community. this underscores why the progressive left logic is missing, if at all. i think the issue here is the fact that there is zero can ability for those rattling the truth against her. if there were homophobic, misogynistic attack -- instead, twitter is allowed to rally the troops. they have a policy specifically prohibiting excitements, voting for a specific individual. we are now seeing that for a sitting senator because of the incendiary quality of all of these righteous social warriors who have not read the bill and just want the dopamine hit on the video. it is now i anything goes mentality because of the progressive leaders that joe biden has -- >> dana: like they said, "she
had it coming." >> jesse: an interesting point you made about you can question dr. fauci on twitter, but you can -- you can share video on twitter? i am firing on all cylinders today. joe biden's irs wants to snoop around in your bank account. see the government's stunning invasion of privacy next on "the five." ♪ ♪
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>> greg: a massive invasion of privacy could be coming, courtesy of uncle sam. a new proposal by the biden administration will give the irs access to all bank accounts with balances of $600 or more. republicans are calling it a big government intrusion greeted >> do you distrust the american people so much that you need to know when they bought a couch or a cow? >> they won't know how much money you've got the bank, how much you are spending, if you bought a wedding dress or gun. they will have a matt dove might list a mile long on you. >> what does that have to do with building back better or infrastructure, or even equity? >> greg: jesse, cows -- couches, in your case, $600 on hair products in a week. [laughter] what's going on here customer >> jesse: it's not going to happen. thanks always win. they've got lobbyists down there making sure this does not get
in. the banks always win. biden has some nerve after his son hunter is being probed for tax fraud, for taking diamonds and hiding overseas income, then joe is going to go off and slapped the irs on every american with a bank account? your relationship with your bank is sacred, like your relationship with your lawyer or -- 's before your wife. [laughter] >> jesse: it is a one a one-on-one relationship. >> dana: hopefully. >> jesse: it is not a threesome. this is supposed to be you and your bank. i don't trust the irs, do you? they leaked donald trump's taxes, they leaked the taxes of jeff bezos. they always leak. remember what they did with the tea party? i don't trust any irs agent to look into my bank account. next thing you know, it will be in the "new york daily news." that's where they link it to appear the other thing, it's going to push everybody out of the banking system and into places like this going "if you
are afraid the government is snooping on your checking account --" there's a lot of money people hide. i get it, but not regular wage earners. we are talking about people with partnerships and family businesses, that's where the money is hid in re-financing real estate, not here. >> greg: jessica, is there something we are missing? it's the strong argument for this, and why $600? i don't get this. >> jessica: i was surprised to see janet yellen defending it. $600 is a low -- it's not that i don't value money, but that is an amount that the average american could have in a savings account, and has always been a powerful argument that democrats make about the average american family not being able to handle a medical emergency, like when we go into elections and say "this is why we need better health care options, better wages. if something, god forbid, were to happen to an uninsured family they would not be able to cover the cost." that cost is higher than the $600, and there has been pushed back from democrats on it.
i don't understand it. you want the rich people, the people who are going through shell companies and are reporting their income, that's not the average person was $600, and that's $80 billion out of the bill that we could take out. >> greg: emily, if you compare this to the streets, the rank rapid crime, anarchy on the streets, which we will talk about in the d block -- [laughter] -- we are to too busy going after taxpayers. we are going after parents getting in fights at school boards, going after people at $600, but not the people committing crimes. >> emily: this president keeps villain eyes in the wrong americans. >> greg: vilifying? >> emily: no, villain-izing. >> it would behoove you to say that. [laughter] >> emily: i look like a villain today. on your point, the spending bill already includes $80 billion to go towards the irs so they can hire new staffers.
this results in them getting back $700 billion in the next 1. the irs admits its data is 7 years old, so they are using your tax dollars to pad their budget more to hire new people to go around and tax average americans. we artie know that the irs is where common sense goes to die. i will give you another example of this bloated budget. i've seen a $100,000 prosecution on the criminal side filled with shady individuals, to reclaim a $30,000 alleged fraud. you see accountability when they leaked the jeff bezos and michael bloomberg records, they said "trust us, we will investigate and hold them accountable." what are the result of that? they are simply investigating you. >> greg: dana, your thoughts? >> dana: on the irs issue, i talked with people who work on the senate side. this issue of the irs expansion that biden wants to do was one of the top three issues senate officers are getting called about. they are mad because it is a
$97 billion -- they are mad about that because you know small businesses are going to have to eat that. they don't have the lobbyists or accountants that could help them navigate that. the interesting thing is that republicans are saying, and trump really pushed this -- cutting red tape for small business. biden wants to cut red tape for the irs agents and hire more of them so they can go after you, but i also think it's important: president biden has nominated a woman who would become controller of the current -- i cannot believe this. she went to the university of moscow on a lenin scholarship. she has said that the market does not always know best. basically, she would be put in charge of the currency of the united states. i think about this and the c topic, and d block topic. you add all that together. >> greg: what do you have? a trial separation. [laughter] >> emily: i bet you there's under biden's rolodex. >> greg: we need a cool off
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♪ ♪ >> dana: president biden being accused of using the fbi to sounds parents at school board meetings. an administration facing fierce criticism over the doj mobilizing law enforcement to deal with threats from parents speaking out about the mic against covid policies. that announcement coming after the national school board association asked president biden to classify some of these protests as domestic terrorism. critics say this is an attempt to crush dissent. it's interesting, the attorney
general is merrick garland, he was denied the opportunity to be confirmed, to be a supreme court justice. there is no federal crime here. >> everything that these folks in the media accused him of doing, they are actually doing! imagine if trump had to done this. i hate to use the phrase "weaponizing," but they are weaponizing hypothetical threats. first, they start to categorize words as weapons. anyone you disagree with verbally you can frame it as a terroristic possibility. if you say something that bothers me, how can anybody deny that i don't feel threatened? there is no way can deny it. i get it, school board meetings can get fiery, but using the t word is an active bar on an american citizen. it changes their life almost personally. i will finish with this.
if you take one problem off the shelf, we have starvation, crime, racism -- but one thing you need to fix his education. that solves for everything else. solve education, tracked on crime will go down. we are all educated, sophisticated. that's why parents should be treating this so seriously. that is why divergence -- for them to take care of their kids, they know it sucks. the education system is garbage. before last week, the virginia gubernatorial candidate for democrats said the quiet part out loud, that the teachers unions and schools, the administrators, should have more say of what's being taught in schools than parents -- considered possibly a fatal error in that campaign. >> jesse: i don't know if it will cost them on election, but a big problem. this is the left trying to destroy anything that gets in no way of their agenda. they will cancel you, spy on
you, prosecute you. they will lock you in the brig if you question things that were done in afghanistan! instead of going after, i don't know, cartels, trafficking of a southern border, or shoot-outs in chicago, they are going after mom and dad, going after mrs. montgomery, who is upset for the school board slapping a mask on little johnny, or pumping jonny's brain full of racism. these are political prosecutions nap. the priorities are all political. this is not wise above the level of the local police department. if the threat was made, even if it was credible, let the local pd handle it. this is an optimistic terrorism. >> dana: you know who didn't get the fbi treatment was larry nasser, the accused a there's no prosecution. i can't imagine the fbi has time -- i imagine that chris wray, the fbi director, they are
basically under the umbrella of the justice department, but considered independent for a tenured term. might he push back? >> emily: i would hope so. that would be a modicum of honor. to your point about federal crime, the national school board association, where millions of parents have their children go to school under their office, are calling specifically for these parents, the threats of violence and violent pointing to them -- they are calling on the doj to exercise their rights under the patriot act, the gun rights -- the school three -- gun free school zone act comedy hate prevention crime act, the violent interference of federally protected rights statute, and the conspiracy against race -- in addition to calling upon the usps, the postal service. to your point, the most dangerous person in the neighborhood is the patriot flying the american flag, the most interesting and schools is
the parent trying to intervene on behalf of their kid. keep in mind, there is no anger against the violent crimes happening in our cities. this president reserved condemnation for the unvaccinated. the taliban's business like comedies parents have no place at the table in the conversation of the school board. it's so backwards, and it is seen further socially, and in media, and everywhere. now, they are trying to weaponize the doj on your tax dollars to prosecute. >> and see if it is just an idea. >> last word. >> joe biden thinks the taliban is worth they and mrs. montgomery. we were showing footage, split screen, of parents screaming at educators, going to these videos of parents outside of school getting up in the faces of these teachers. i'm not saying it's a violation under the patriot act, but this
is not just like "could you give me a call back? i am concerned about what's going on." [laughter] >> not everything is about the what about of it. this is about the national school boards association taking issues to face educators. this is an issue for them on both the cobra 19 protocols, which they are not deciding, and you have seen -- another vaccination about this, and i will keep this. i think the patriot act is going also so far, but we cannot deny the fact that there is a problem in the way that some of these parents who are really angry about what's going on, whether it's vertical race theory or the pandemic, are treating people who serve them and educate their kids. you can disagree with the quality of that education, but -- >> greg: to get three months off in the summertime and now they want no accountability for how they work. >> anger is not violence.
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shocking video shows a wild west style shoot out on a new york city streets, and a horrifying moment when a woman shows an innocent female commute into an approaching new york city subway train. the suspect is being charged with attempted murder. in philly, cops watch blissfully as a straight razors duke don't surround their cruiser outside of city hall and dance on top of it, after blocking traffic and letting off fireworks. part of what is so terrifying to me is the indiscriminate nature of so many of these crimes. you are commuting, you are in times square, you get shot in the back. there is zero way to protect yourself against so much of this, other than not living in these democrat lead cities which, unfortunately, for a lot of people, is not a choice they can make. >> jessica: jessie and i had a nice squabble about this last week. no, we are fine. i think. >> jesse: and even remember. [laughter] >> jessica: i cried all night.
[laughter] i hate to do this, because i'm not trying to ship blame off. it will be interesting to see what this new generation of political leadership looks like. we have erica adams coming in here, who ran on a criminal justice reform and tough on crime platform, and used his expanse in the past as a police officer. you have seen the biden task force on this. chiefs from all over the country are saying "this has to be dealt with. we are not ignoring these spikes during the last year and a half." i am looking forward to it. it is generally -- you don't know when or where it's going to happen. it's been contained into that neighborhood. >> emily: what do you see is the tipping point? what will be the change to during these cities around to get this crime under control? >> jesse: in new york, they've got to bring back the anti-crime unit. they disbanded that, 600 officers. these are the guys in
plainclothes undercover there in every housing unit, in the bronx, every corner, every precinct. they jump out at people. they do foot pursuits, they take illegal guns off the streets. a lot of the shooters would be carrying guns -- if you get arrested and you're a felon in possession of a firearm, you can go to jail for a very long time. now, they don't have those guys jumping out anymore, and criminals basically own these street. they have to bring the back. he said he's going to bring a pet, nypd admitted they made a mistake in disbanding that. even the residents of the bronx are begging for plainclothes officers to get back. >> emily: dana, for this woman -- they have not found her yet -- when they do she will be charged for tented murder. will there be a prosecution with bail reform? >> dana: this conversation can't not include what president biden has done, in terms of hiring a pro crime,
anti-enforcement people at the apartment of justice, filling the roles of the u.s. attorney's office with people refuse to enforce the laws. yes, she might be charged with attempted murder, but will she be out the next day because of bail reform that they want to do? in order for this to actually turn around, the question that you asked, jesse, if i can answer that, they have to be funded, supported, protected, and empowered. it is easy. it would not be hard if the priorities were in order, but they are clearly not. >> emily: greg, if the stops had hopped out of the car and trying to rest people, they would probably get set on a viral video, put on administrative leave for excessive force, and potentially prosecuted. that's also why they are hamstring from doing their job in these -- >> greg: the moment somebody does the job, somebody says "the world is watching," so they are screwed. the contrast has to be noted. people are getting murdered, beaten, robbed by thugs who escape punishment, but we are chasing parents and trump
voters, or a guy in a viking hat or whatever. whoever they are, they are doing this. i wonder where the feminists are, since many of these victims are women, a lot of them in new york are asian, elderly women. men come to the point of feminists, mena virginia was released after beating his wife because of what you were talking about: lenient d.a.s, progressive d.a.s. what does he do? he murders her. it is time for -- the left talks about identity and how proud they are of diversity and of women. where are they? these people are attacking women on the street, yet you turn a blind eye. >> jesse: it's a shame. >> emily: a shame. next, katie couric gripping colleagues into liberties in a cutthroat new book that just got her band on one network. ♪ ♪
colleagues, competitors, and celebrity's in a tell-all book. what she says is so controversial, it reportedly got her band from cbs. among revelations, couric admits she "heard the whispers" about one time calling matt lauer's alleged sexual misconduct, and to send messages to the disgraced anchor following his firing in 2017. she also took shots at rick perry, who snuck a cigarette and alcohol when they met in 2012 allegedly. greg, i will go to you first about this. anything that came out in the book surprising? >> greg: i don't know how salacious it is to say someone smells like booze and cigarettes. that's my family. [laughter] everybody smells like booze and cigarettes. you wouldn't believe it, "this 20-year-old, he was drinking." shut up, couric! [laughter] she is detestable. i will tell you why. they called her "america's sweetheart" being sarcastic.
"here comes america sweetheart." ." then, it is stuck. they believed that they were serious pure cheese not america's sweetheart, she's america's gremlin. tv makes people weird. it made her really weird. it's making me a little weird, but it made her really weird. >> jesse: you had a head start. [laughter] >> jessica: dana, one of the areas she weighs into is the me too conversation and the women helping other women come and she called ashleigh banfield someone who she purposely did not help in her career to preserve herself. >> dana: she also went after diane soria, which is rooted. diane sawyer. [laughter] where are the feminists? matt lauer, is that not an issue anymore? >> jessica: it's definitely an issue. >> dana: i don't understand why, at this point in your career, you would write a book that tries to throw a match and burn it down. >> greg: it's a reality show.
>> dana: maybe she has a podcast. >> greg: it would do well. >> dana: i would not download. [laughter] >> jessica: why do you think she writes this now western mark >> jesse: i think she had to unburden herself from all of the phoniness attached to her deep down. she was the chipper and sunny woman with all smiles and trailblazer -- deep down, she was a cutthroat, nasty narcissist, who was throwing sharp elbows in a superficial industry. in my surprise? absently not. do i find it refreshing, that this backstabbing liberal confessed to what a phony she is? yes! yes! [laughter] i love that she's saying how shallow she has, how she's trying to take down other women. she is not a trailblazer. she's a small minded tv personality who creates attention, and she needed to get
it off her chest in the twilight of her career, wrote of the gossip memoir for more attention. that's what she thrives on. >> jessica: i'm chance cook shocked she did not ask you to blurb her book. >> emily: "twilight" should not remain in the same sentence as katie couric. it's the best trilogy of all time. [laughter] i feel the same way you do. you said it perfectly. how much money was worth burning those bridges? i hope the proceeds don't amount to much. she seemed like a terrible person. [laughter] >> greg: i like her that she admitted that she is not whatever but he said, she is a loathsome misogynist. it's amazing. before a former makeup artist of hers told me she was the meanest person he had ever worked with.
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should i try the green bean dap dap ever since i have had the grandgreen bean casserole. is it horrible? jesse: this is pay back? >> greg: nicely done. >> dana: i like the coffee one. jesse: green bean is not great. emily: take one and pass it downtown table. jesse: okay ms. manners. >> greg: not good. jesse: greg, we won't skip you, your turn. >> greg: i'm going to be at memphis, tennessee grace land tickets are still available go to g gutfeld.com see the date october 9th. i will also be in birmingham in november, newark, new jersey 12th that's going to be great. catch me in grace land. should be fun, special guest. haven't done this in a while. i hate these people. >> do you know everybody facebook and twitter. do you know who we are not paying attention to? next door app. do any of have you next door
app.? i signed up for it hey, maybe i need a plumber. maybe i need a handy man. neighborhood next door app. it won't stop. all you get are these alerts of people complaining about speeding cars and noisy dogs. what's this in my yard? i can't tell, is this a beaver or a tree? unsubscribe next door app. three times. and i could not get the stupid alerts 20, 30 of them from shut-ins. lonely shut-s in stop it next door app. you are ruining my neighborhood experience. jesse: you are calling someone else a shut-in. >> greg: yes. jesse: you who never left his house. emily? emily: so excited to share with you guys my fox nation show crimes that changed america season 2 dropped yesterday. you will not want to miss this season. we take you in-depth behind the crimes, behind the laws that changed america and a lot of cases that you might think that you know about, like the murder
of 2-year-old kayleigh anthony led to law changes that you might not know about. it's a really brutal, visceral, awesome season you guys. go see it on fox nation.com and don't forget it's fox justice month so you can catch brand new true crime documentaries. jesse: i'm binging on cops on fox nation.com. elm and my show. jesse: we will do this again sometime. "special report" up next with the evil shannon bream. >> shannon: jesse, as we used to say in second grade, it takes one to know one. >> greg: oh. >> shannon: see you, jesse. good evening and welcome to washington. i'm shan barack obama none bream i'm shannon bremen in for bretb. one advocacy group calling decenting parents domestic terrorists. alexandria hoff leads us off tonight. good evening, alex. >> good evening