they had to go through hundreds of hours of stuff. they just touched the surface. they touched it just like they touched you, touched me. going back in time and remembering what is important. because you're important. you sticking with us for 25 years is very, very important. grateful for that. we're grateful for you. thank you very much. >> hello. i'm jesse waters with kennedy, richard fowler and greg gutfeld. 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." president joe biden's presidency is in a tail spin. the bad news is piling up. democrats are divided over how to spend trillions. biden's poll numbers are cratering to an all-time low, inflation ramping up with prices surging and now add the jobs
disaster to the list. it's the worst jobs report of his presidency so far. don't worry. biden says he's making real progress. >> today's report as the unemployment rate down to 4.8%. a significant improvement from when i took office. the monthly total has bounced around. if you take a look at the trend, it's solid. things in washington, as you know, are noisy. turn on the noise, every conversation is a confrontation. every disagreement is a crisis. when you take a step back, look at what is happening, we're actually making real progress. doesn't seem fast enough. i would like it faster. we're making consistent steady progress. >> yesterday biden was bragging about the unvaxed being fired. >> more lives are being saved. let's be clear, when you see headlines and reports of mass
firings and hundreds of people losing their jobs, look at the bigger story. >> so he's saying it's good unvaxed americans were laid off. kennedy, the recovery is stalling. that's clear. it was a v and started to fade. there's millions and millions of jobs still open, about 11 million and americans are not trying to fill them. >> the white house can't make sense of it. one of the biggest things, they're being disingenuous. it's okay to let people know that sometimes things are not great. going great and unfortunately for this administration, a lot of things are going wrong and that is showing up in the polls. of the quinnipiac poll, every single measure, the president is underwater. afghanistan, immigration, taxation, inflation, it's all bad for him and things like inflation, that is not getting better anytime soon. even the fed which is doing the same thing the white house does,
which is try to paint this short-term rosy picture, now they have to admit it is a long-term problem and i get really sick of sitting through briefings from the president and jen psaki and the communications team where they are essentially lying to people. >> jesse: what about what you said, if you have a problem why doesn't the president say listen, you slowed it down, here's what i'm going to do to address it, be patient, spins and lies and that is why people don't trust them. >> richard: i tend to agree with kennedy. i think the white house could have said this is not the best jobs report and that speaks to why we need to build back better plan. he could have made up of it, the one thing we saw this jobs report with a lot of the losses of jobs were two women. a lot of women lost jobs which speaks to the fact that a lot of women aren't going back to work, they have child care issues, a lot of women aren't going to work because of wage issues. all the things biden talked about over and over again in the
build back better plan. it's not going well but when we pass this plan, women will be able to have some help when it comes to paying for child care. they can be back to work, back in the offices and they don't have to worry about paying the mortgage that is now early childhood education for many families. i want to biden to really talk about how his agenda is and how to move the whole country forward, not just democrats and republicans. >> jesse: saying an agreement that women were happy when they were not coming back and they had stayed home. >> greg: i wish you had kept that private, but now everybody knows what a sexist pig i am. if the numbers were really in the toilet, maybe activists would form a line outside to talk to him. it's friday, i don't care. can you imagine if joe faced the same scrutiny that trumped it? or of trump faced the same
scrutiny as joe biden did? he could either be the greatest president that ever lived if he had the joe treatment and joe would be the worst president that ever lived if he got the trump treatment. i find that highly interesting, i think. this guy has been in politics for over half a century and he sucks. so this isn't really a comment on biden. it tells you that politics, the longer you are in it, the experience doesn't improve your competence. in fact, it might be the reverse. >> jesse: look at fauci, they are forever. >> greg: this could be the condition where the more you are in something, the worse you become. when you compare trump, who was never in politics, who did more in a year, no political experience. love him or hate him, emotionally, he hurts me so much. he did a lot. we talked about north korea in a while? the fact is biden has been around forever. he's terrible, awful but look at a lot of people, it's not just
him, it is kerry as well, it is fauci, it is pelosi. the longer people are in this machine the worse it is, maybe we stop electing these lifers. force them out. >> jesse: and we blame everything on covid. >> the covid excuse was still there. i want to do a service to our viewers and say, i was just chatting with larry kudlow and probably he would take every reason to criticize this job report, there were actually some really notable gains in the jobs report we should highlight. the big drop that held back the big job growth numbers was the local government education jobs fell 144,000. there were gains. people going back into leisure and hospitality come again in entertainment, the recreation center. some notable gains, they go up,
i don't want to -- >> greg: are the games when you are just going back to what was there? >> sandra: the point is the loss is more seen as seasonal. that being said, to your point about messaging, when i saw biden speaking at the podium today, obviously, there wasn't a real opportunity to take a victory lap, but the messaging and the acknowledgment of the reality of the situation when it comes to inflation, he is pulling the horribly when it comes to inflation, people don't want to spend more and absolutely everything, a major supply chain crisis right now where we are going to our local pharmacies and grocery stores and they don't have our basic needs. this is a huge problem that has to be acknowledged by this administration. you are not seeing that happen but the other thing is, after the jobs report, he used that speech to talk a lot about into pages infrastructure package as a way to get back to work. fine, take an up or down vote on
the infrastructure bill if that is the key to getting people back to work. why didn't he ask congress to do that? >> jesse: but he can't because they are now on a two track. if they vote for the 1.5 infrastructure they are probably not going to go for the 3.5 trillion. >> kennedy: but at least the president gets a win. they need it desperately given these poll numbers. horrible politics all the way around. it will be a huge bipartisan win. >> jesse: we need to win, america needs a win, forget about biden. parents following down backfiring back on the fbi crackdown. plus, wait until you hear how the media is smearing them. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> >> sandra: parents are pushing back against the fbi crackdown on school board protests. a mom getting a standing ovation as she slams the doj's moved to threaten parents. >> they want to silence us it shut us down. the only thing to do is have a mass exodus from the public school system. that's it. [cheers and applause] four in the media mocking parents, going as far as to label them violent extremists. >> and people who just want to volunteer and do their civic duty and get threatened by violent extremists it is a high threat environment.
>> is this about people being upset about mask mandates, or are there underlying disruptive forces? white nationalist, anarchist, whatever in this country that are using mask mandates and a public health crisis to wage scales. >> they took the school board's hostage like a bunch of screaming maniacs. >> sandra: the doj begging the biden administration to intervene, the vast majority of incidentses didn't even escalate more than verbal exchanges. 16 of the 24 sided involving no threat of physical violence. is this manufactured outrage? >> jesse: it is, and i read the same letter and i could only find one actual threat. someone mailed a letter to the school board and said "we are going to get you, you're going to pay a price." that is the local jurisdiction. the fbi doesn't need a passport to handle that. the other thing they consider
threats, chanting, holding up a sign, refusing to wear a mask, objecting to critical race theory. exceeding their allotted speaking time at the meeting. one guy won a summons because of loud yelling. none of that is considered something you would prosecute under the patriot act. this is a snowflake letter. i read the whole thing. i get more threats after each show up than they have gotten all year. if you think they can only compile 24 incidents of threatening behavior, a country of 300 million people, for an entire year and they can only come up with one mean letter, that means this thing doesn't even add up. >> sandra: is this the federal government wanting to silence these parents? >> greg: is a combination of democratic media and activist class in an attempt to control . imagine how real terrorists must feel. this is deeply offensive when you're working really hard as a
terrorist but imagine being a parent, when you are around the t word, that's war. i'm serious about it. if you want to read pill millions of parents, call them terrorists and use the government to prosecute them, not you are going to energize millions of people and what are you going to be left with? you're not going to be left with the tea party, you are not going to be left with black lives matter, you are going to be left with something bigger than both combined. i'm for it, i want to see the parents become politically reborn. i would like the exodus from public schools. i would like them to embrace cool choice in every city but this is going to be the new blm. the more you target these people and the more you try to target them underground, the more you try to scare the crap out of them by calling them terrorists, you are going to create a monster and you're not going to know what to do with it. >> sandra: is this even worthy of labeling parents violent extremists or terrorists or whatever it is, when a majority of these incidentses actually
did involve physical threats. >> richard: and i hope they don't, i hope nobody gets prosecuted but to me, there is a clear line. if you go to our school board meeting, just like our city council meeting, congressional meeting, they are open to the public and you should be able to voice your opinion. whether you do it with a little bit of anger or a heavy face. with that being said, the bright line for me is once you voicing your opinion goes to you sending a letter or you engaging in a death threat or you harassing somebody physically. we've seen a couple instances of those happening. those have to be prosecuted and we have to make a clear distinction between the two. going to a school board meeting at having your voice heard is one thing. you should be allowed to do that. if you decide to engage physically with somebody or you're going to send a threatening letter to their office, that is something else that should be taken very seriously. look at what happened to gabby giffords. one incident that doesn't get investigated could be an elected official getting wounded, an elected official getting hurt. there's a very clear bright line
into going to a meeting and being angry to sending a threatening letter. most parents of these meetings are angry and upset because of the school board decision. very few, minimally, go to the point of i'm going to now threaten somebody's life or cause harm to somebody. those folks who decide to cause harm, they are breaking american -- >> kennedy: there are laws against that -- >> greg: put that on democrat. because of the school shooting, anybody who comes to a meeting and spouses liberal whatever, that is a threat. that is the conflation, that is what we are seeing right now. >> kennedy: but nobody's going to be more passionate about an issue than parents and their children. the unions and the politicians, particularly democrats have been working hand-in-hand to keep democrats out of the process and its an incredibly dishonest undertaking. that is why they are so upset. parents, we sat around and watch our kids atrophy in the bedrooms on zoom while their teachers were hiding behind their unions, whatever they could, to work as few as three hours a day.
they had asynchronous learning, which is essentially videos they are playing where kids were not learning. and now, kids aren't being tested to find out what the deficits were during the pandemic because these unions are protecting them. parents have seen behind the curtain and they are pissed. so what they are doing is trying to protect their kids and take back their education because they have been disconnected from the process for so long. and you're absolutely right, this is just the start and using more and more parents, and they are not just white nationalists. you're seeing a lot of asian parents and southeast asian parents and persian parents who are actively targeted in places like los angeles because they are very vocal about their kids' education. and i hope it becomes a cultural norm once again the parents are involved and they care deeply and they make sure that the curriculum serves. >> sandra: i do feel like every time we have these conversations, there are so many teachers that do care so deeply about their students across the country.
many work in public schools. this is obviously a problem in some areas of the country. but in the mom who suggested the only solution is an exodus from the public school system, what did you think? >> jesse: it sounds great on paper but not everybody can afford private schools or catholic schools and not everybody has the school choice option or the homeschool option. but i like the sentiment behind it, and i think if people feel that way they should do whatever they need to do. >> sandra: okay. up next, people fed up with liberal cities are fleeing billionaire elon musk. the latest head the latest ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ and mine's unlisted. try boost® high protein with 20 grams of protein for muscle health. versus 16 grams in ensure high protein.
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♪ ♪ >> it is a major backlash to liberal policy, citizens are fed up with rising crime, high taxes, homelessness, and covert restrictions, now more and more companies and people are fleeing liberal cities for red states. elon musk coming the latest exit announcing tesla's headquarters are headed to texas. >> we are moving our headquarters to austin, texas. [cheers and applause] to be clear, we will be continuing to matter of tesla lg california. it's tough for people to afford houses and a lot of people like to come in from far away. we are taking it as far as possible but it's a limit to how big you can scale in the bay area ergo >> kennedy:
it's so expensive in the bay area, i could only find a 16 bedroom mansion on my budget. the problem with places like california, new jersey, new york, the taxes are so high and people worked remotely during the pandemic, now they have a very different vision of where they can live, especially companies like tesla. they are going to texas because their employees will be happy or they housing. >> richard: i think he is also keeping a lot of his operations in california, if you are basing it off elon musk, that's a problem they are. i think there are some interesting things happening all across the country, you see somethings doing things well, other cities are not. i want to focus on cities like cincinnati which is a medium-sized city but what they were able to do with the american rescue money as they were able to deal with many of the problems you outlined at the top of the show. that they use the american rescue money to build community safety programs, increase health and wellness, they also re-examine how they do criminal
justice. if they decrease their crime rates by getting to the problem early, get into the root cause of the problem and try to find ways to deal with it. i think that is how cities can be effective, there cities were doing it terribly but they're also cities doing it very well and trying to overcome problems caused by covid to. for us to group all big cities in one big bucket. >> sandra: chicago mayor lori lightfoot, that's a mess. every company said i can't recruit top talent to work at my hedge fund if i can't feel safe with my families here. a multibillionaire has the richest property in all of the state of illinois, woke up one morning and 24 bullet holes in his apartment building. he can't in good conscience recruit people to live there. elon musk, i don't think it's a surprise i think he's been
threatening to do that for a long while, gavin newsom best pitch is the weather in california. 23% of people according to the university of california poll, 23% of californians are considering leaving the states. >> kennedy: austin is not cheap either, there's a lower tax environment, there is safety, recruitment would be easier with a lower tax environment at the end back in the day, companies will follow that note to the blue states and blue cities. >> sandra: you spent a week in nashville. what were people saying and is it an optimistic place as opposed to places like new york and california where people are rounded down by the crime, homelessness, and high taxes? >> greg: it always comes back to the high taxes because i am willing to pay high taxes if i get quality stuff. why pay taxes to a government that won't protect you and
instead sides with the thugs and junkies who put your life in danger. i can't tell you how much i spend in taxes. the mental illness you see on the street, the crime, they are just laughing in your face. bill de blasio's wife runs the mental illness program, nothing's happening, people on the street literally dying on the streets. if you leave a democrat city and you vote democrat, every neighbor gets to pee on your lawn. if you're going to move to get away with something and bring your garbage here, that's not fair. there should be a way for citizens to sue government for not providing a safe environment. criminals are released after a crime, they should be able to sue the government. it's not their fault there are criminals but it's their fault they are negligent about criminals. the last point is it's always a
good after a breakup for new scenery and elon musk after breaking up with grimes, maybe he wanted to get out of california. grimes is an amazing performer and a beautiful woman and he made the biggest mistake in his life leaving her. i can understand it. >> jesse: california, went out to the ninth circuit and the ninth circuit said no way. that's what happens, you don't get favorable court rulings. i speak for the entire table when -- why are you laughing? when i say that fox news management should move headquarters from manhattan to texas. we wouldn't pay any estate, any city taxes, we would be so rich. even richer than greg already is now. i had a friend who after joe biden got elected, he moved from manhattan to texas and he
doesn't pay any state income taxes, he is filthy rich. i am extremely jealous about this. it's not just people moving, we had a smith & wesson, hewlett-packard just moved, ford just decided to not build any of their electric vehicle plants in michigan, they are now going to build them in tennessee. everyone is going to tennessee, everyone is going to florida and i remember when de blasio wouldn't let anyone eat inside in manhattan, drive across the river to new jersey and new york city waitresses lost out on all my generous tips. >> richard: generous tips? >> jesse: why would you think -- is it getting out? that's the beauty of the federalist system. you have states that are different and you can move there if you want better treatment. >> greg: the great thing about applebee's as there is one every
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♪ ♪ >> richard: it's time for the fastest. first up, twitter is testing out a new feature that warns you if users are getting into a conversation that could be heated to. the company says its aim is to support healthy conversations. him what's your take on this? >> jesse: there is no healthy conversations on twitter, it's a cesspool and everybody knows is accessible and that's why they love it. >> richard: i tend to agree with that. twitter isn't place, how does this feature work?
>> sandra: i try to avoid social media but the alert try to remind users that diverse perspectives have value, someone needs to alert twitter on that because i don't think they got that heads-up. >> greg: on the first one to say twitter is the bathroom wall, it is replaced go again writing something but this is stupid -- we're not children. twitter should be focusing on twitter trends. twitter trends collates the irrational bob attack into a table of contents. look, kenny loggins is trending! you find out, he did something and twitter trends is one of the most destructive things on social media because it directs people to somebody who is in hot water. everyone goes in and watch the frog boil in that bucket. >> kennedy: it's like when playboy stopped showing boobies.
>> jesse: when did that happen? playboy doesn't show? >> kennedy: they stopped, they are like we want to be about the articles for real, we've been saying that for a long time. then tumblr was like we are done with porn -- no one uses tumbler anymore. >> richard: next up, video games can be a lot of fun but it can improve your health. researchers find playing active video games can produce a similar benefit to exercising on a treadmill. you are a runner, would video games substitute for a 10-mile run? >> sandra: i just want another chance to challenge jesse to a race. >> richard: i think you might beat her and video games. >> kennedy: the same people who have the study are the same people who probably write studies about how bad video games are for your brain.
i think getting a workout from playing video games is like getting pregnant from watching. >> greg: that can happen. >> richard: i have one for you, there are a lot of surgeons who play video games to help them with their dexterity -- could it actually be true that it could be a good exercise? >> greg: comparing it to jogging on a treadmill which as you know is not healthy, jogging's not healthy, it will kill you. i don't have anything to back that up. i was thinking that the worst video game ever would be one we are jogging. can you imagine a video game -- >> kennedy: that would be amazing! have you ever had a runners high? >> jesse: i've had every other high. >> greg: i wrote for runners world. iran but it ruined my hips, it ruined my knees, it ruined a lot of my things.
>> jesse: you have very brittle bones. i don't want to weigh into my flick i'm good to make a weight joke that's good to be inappropriate, it's friday, let's get out of here. >> richard: one more topic, remember the class clown? it turns out that might be the smartest person in the room. a new study suggest having a sense of humor can be a sign of intelligence and fox news alert, we have somebody who was voted the funniest person, the class clown, ms. kennedy. >> kennedy: i was voted most likely to be a talk show host. >> richard: does that make you this modest person at the table? >> jesse: it's either got failed or kennedy, no offense, you two. i work smarter than both of them.
>> richard: you are a comedian, where you voted class clown? >> greg: i'm not a comedian, i was editor of my life, i've never done stand up and i never will. the weird thing about this is no one in history ever thought they weren't funny. really, really good looking people think they are funny because no one will tell them they are not funny. if you meet a really beautiful girl at a bar and she makes a stupid joke, you're going to laugh yuriko than a really hot guy is like all the girls think i'm hilarious and it's all because you're good-looking. you got a whole population of good-looking people who aren't funny but think they are. >> richard: what's your take? >> jesse: what is my take? i want to hear more about got gs
thoughts on hot guys. >> sandra: there's definitely something to this, there's something that people who are really funny or try to overcompensate. >> jesse: what is it that you're trying to overcompensate -- >> richard: he does the work, that's why he's overcompensating. >> sandra: whenever i see a beautiful person who has a horrific personality, i have pity on them because they have never been ugly. >> greg: nobody will tell them. >> richard: talking about ugly people, fan mail friday is up next. ♪ ♪
with? you worked at mtv but maybe before that? >> kennedy: the first notable person i had my picture taken with was high school, i visited new york city with my fellow theater nerds and paul schaffer took a picture with us. i was such a huge letterman fan, it made my life. >> richard: i didn't have my picture taken with them but i went on "the today show" it in third grade for giving veterans and i had janet jackson read my valentine. >> greg: one to have worked out anyway, age difference. >> jesse: i got a photo with the philly phanatic, he kissed me when i was young, it was cute. with the costume on, the big, fat nozzle. >> sandra: you're jogging my memory, i went to a brunch in
sixth grade, downtown chicago and there was carol moseley braun, the first african-american female senator. >> greg: i can beat that. >> jesse: the philly phanatic, come on. >> greg: everyone had a bozo the clown picture, i went to a car show at the palace in san francisco and always have celebrities there, i had my picture taken with martin milner and ted mccord. adam 12! >> richard: i will have to google those. >> greg: you guys at home understand. this is a good question for paula, what was the last thing you build yourself? >> sandra: i have a 6-year-old boy and he ought a bunch of pieces last weekend and just had nails and a hammer and we made a
box. we made it together. >> jesse: i've hired people to build them for me, i don't build, that's something i don't do. i opened a ping-pong table, then i looked at how complicated it was yuriko >> greg: isn't that great when you open up a box and you go no? it happened to me recently. >> richard: during the pandemic we are all doing kits in our living room, i decided to turn part of my garage into the studio. i went to home depot, got the paint, i build a home studio in the garage. >> jesse: anything to get on error. >> richard: it takes one to know one. >> kennedy: i built my daughter's bed from wayfarer.
700 pieces, tiny allen wrench, short side and along side, twisting, moving, bending, i eventually got. >> sandra: did you ever see the report about the number of divorces happening over putting together ikea furniture? >> greg: people make fun of ikea -- i ordered a turntable and it came in different parts. that ticked me off, the last thing i try to put together. i couldn't get my stubby fingers. >> jesse: scratching records? >> greg: i played vinyl. the belt is around the things. >> jesse: wives are good for that, they have narrow fingers. >> greg: the fingers are so sensitive, they can do anything. they love doing it to.
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>> kennedy: quite delicious. i like caramel and popcorn and pepsi. >> jesse: i like it. really strong. >> kennedy: a little bit of vanilla vodka. >> jesse: check "watters' world" out we have newt gingrich, victor davis hanson, peter schweizer and adam carolla and raimondo arroyo no women. they can't find jobs in the biden economy. i will be hosting "fox news primetime" all week 7:00 p.m. eastern. stay tuned for that greg, you are next. >> greg: all right. tonight, gutfeld, we have morgan ortagus. carley shimkus, michael loftus, kat timpf and tomorrow, saturday, october 9th, i will be live in memphis, tennessee at the sound stage at grace land. i think there is like 10 tickets left go g. gutfeld.com. do you know what we need?
♪ animals are great ♪ animals are great ♪ animals are great >> greg: do you know what? this pumpkin thing at the oregon zoo. animals are our godgeous. red pandas are interesting. greatest of all time a goat. see what i did there? my favorite the bear and the poor could you pine. adorable. tortoise, i want a tortoise, there he is. he is pissed off. he wants to play with it and last, but not least, the cutest animals on earth the otters. look as the them forever. sea otters. they're like dogs in the water. >> kennedy: very cute. monogamous they mate for life. thank you for sharing with us,
greg. >> jesse: how do you know that. >> kennedy: i have little factoids. >> jesse: are you sure they don't sleep around, kennedy? how does she know? >> greg: hard hitting question. >> shannon: hard rock live theater in hollywood, florida. the event every day men and women steadfast dedication to communities. meet favorite fox personalities at that event, sean hannity, tucker carlson, laura ingraham. judge jeanine pirro. tickets on sale. fox nation.com/patriot awards. >> jesse: they brought out the big guns. >> greg: they didn't invite you. >> jesse: i will have to talk to somebody about that. i have done it already. richard? >> richard: u.s. mint new design for the quarter and the new design for the quarter will feature trailblazing women in american history. the next year the first quarter will have poet maya angelou, the
first astronaut, as well as ann may wong the first hollywood actress chinese american dissent. kennedy? >> kennedy: yeah, seahawks fan got attacked by big bird. >> jesse: that was great. have a nice weekend, everybody, see you back here on monday. ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. breaking tonight, as president biden struggles to salvage his domestic agenda, another disappointing jobs report casts doubt on the overall strength of the u.s. economy. u.s. added just 194,000 jobs in september, which widely missed the expectations of economists. that's the second straight tepid monthly gain. those numbers come amid continued democrat party infighting that has stalled the president's infrastructure and social reform plans along with the massive tax increases that would come along with them. we have fox team coverage to