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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, eveveveveve at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars ♪ through the perilous fight ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched ♪ were so gallantly streaming
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♪ and the rockets red glare ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof through the night ♪ that our flag was still there ♪ o say does that star spangled banner yet wave ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ and the home of the brave ♪ rachel: good morning, everybody. that last shot was a beautiful
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shot of las vegas. what happens in vegas stays in vegas. what happens on the couch goes out to all of you. we have no secrets here. so, no secrets here. good morning, will. good morning, pete. will: good morning. pete: good morning, rachel. rachel: will sat down. can should be a world with great coffee on the morning show. pete: here here. rachel: there is consensus. pete: number one cable morning news show and we have terrible coffee. i will say that i have had a couple viewers email -- or send good coffee. send me a coffee machine which i often forget to use in my office. rachel: we had the truck with the great coffee from the veteran. remember that? pete: yes, when it comes to our grown room, it is meh. >> yuck. pete: worse than army coffee. rachel: i will tell you what
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else is worse than army coffee, the news job report that came out. this was the job report by the way, 194 jobs were added. they were supposed to get 500,000 jobs. that was expectation 4.8 unemployment. down from 5.2%. 184,000 workers have left the workforce from last month. so, our president who, you know, he came out, he says this is great news, listen to how he is selling this blah jobs report. >> in total, the job creation in the first eight months of my administration is nearly 5 million jobs. jobs up, wages up. unemployment down. that's progress. when you stake a step back and look at what is happening, we are actually making real progress. we are making consistent steady progress though, and thanks to bipartisan agreements, we're making progress on funding the government and raising the debt
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limit, so people continue to get their social security checks, military continue to get paid and so much more. progress. progress. progress. progress. we are making progress. will: feels like he is telling us we are making progress. the number that i was paying attention to the number that stuck out to me 184,000 people that left the workforce in the month. and that really is the story in the end. labor force participation. we're down something like 61.5% people out there who are working. who are looking for work. the problem is i think we have something like 1.5 jobs for people looking for jobs. one of the highest numbers we have ever had. in other words there is a labor shortage. people are choosing not to work. why are they choosing not to work. that's where you look at the concept of incentive and concepts put in place. pete: absolutely. they are touting 4.8% unemployment rate. it's all because people are leaving the workforce. they are saying i don't need to actively look for a job.
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that's the number they tout. it's a fake number of progress. fitting that they do these events now at the fake white house set that they have set up for joe biden so he can read a teleprompter. you mentioned it, will, a harvard economist pointed it out 11.7 million job openings in this country. and 7.7 million unemployed. so there's a job and a half for everybody who wants one. but they're choosing not to because of all the incentives not to. rachel: what are the incentives? why are people saying i don't want to go to work? pete: there has been plenty of unemployment benefits did run out. buff there have been plenty of additional benefits. and ultimately, now you have got mandates and covid -- other things coming into factors. people are making a personal calculation that it's not worth going back and getting a job. they think -- and by the way, this is a second month in a row. so if you look at august they were supposed to add 720,000, added 360. half of it, two really bad job numbers in a row with those mandates ending, we should be
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soaring. instead, we are not. rachel: it's really hurting small businesses who really, you know, obviously you need people to go to work and you have all these job openings you need to raises wages in order for people -- pete: it's a huge problem. rachel: big businesses can do it better. they all got rich curing the due pandemic. small businesses hurting. i will say this as a caveat. i agree -- by the way, i think this is by design. i think the government wants to create a dallas of people completely dependent on the government. who have basically learned to live with less, you know, take the crumbs off the government take. i'm satisfied with this and i will just sit back and watch netflix or whatever i think the pandemic on a positive note has given women, in particular, a new look at life. and so some women are just saying i want a new work life balance. i enjoyed the time that i was home with my child. so there could be some of that as well.
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because i hear that a lot from women. pete: very true. rachel: a lot of women say wow, i saw what i was missing when i was gone. how can i work but work in a different way. maybe i'm willing to make less money but in a more flexible job. will: i would love to dig into the statistics what is the gender break down of people choosing not to work. rachel: me too. will: age demographic. if it is not younger people or women choosing to stay at home bigger problem in this economy. rachel: great point. will: what you are hearing from progress, progress, progress. jen psaki came back to rachel's point way less than expectations. this spin to make this news positive news, is coming from a president, according to marc thiessen of "the washington post" who would also spin afghanistan the way our withdrawal from average went as a positive as well. >> only a president who considers our afghan withdrawal an extraordinary success could try and sell jobs report as good news.
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i mean, the president said the trend is positive. no, it isn't. i mean, just look at the objective numbers. the idea that this is an extraordinary success is a fantasy and a president who, once again, is making statements that are directly contrary to the lived reality of americans. pete: will, we were talking about this before the show this could get real bad much worse much more quickly. will: feels like inflation at our doorstep. will: containers sitting at a port. we bought two gallons of milk $10 total. rachel: that's crazy. pete: not organic. whole milk. hitting everybody where they are and could get much worse much more quickly. rachel: again, shows how either the president is just out of touch, their whole party is out of touch. everyday americans are feeling it at the grocery store, at the pump. that's a real tax on people's incomes and a lot of people can't afford this.
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and it seems like the government doesn't care. and it's actually kind of insulting to say hey, look, isn't this great as you are struggling to make your bills. pete: that's why his approval rating is at 38%. people are noticing. by the way on this topic, we will have charles payne on the program to break it all down for us. that's an important point, the age breakdown, the gender break down. maybe we can ask him some of those questions at 6:30. rachel: awesome. pete: new overnight you know lieutenant colonel scheller will head to a special court-martial hearing next week. will: scheller jailed after criticizing the biden administration's withdrawal from afghanistan. rachel: announces charges against him. >> this is a tough one, immediately after airing his grievances publicly, the 17-year marine corps veteran resigned his position but giving up pension may not be the last sacrifice. again in august lieutenant colonel marine stuart scheller posted a 5 minute video to
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facebook criticizing the suicide bombing at the kabul airport that killed 13 service members. >> we have chairmans of joint chief who is a member of that, supposed to advise our military policy, we have a marine combatant commander, all of these people are supposed advise. did anyone raise their hand and say we have completely messed this up? i have been fighting for 17 years. i'm willing to throw it all away to say to my senior leaders i demand accountability. >> lieutenant colonel scheller is facing six charges for this display of defiance. they are as follows: contempt toward officials. disrespect toward superior commissioned officers. willfully disobeying a commission officer. dereliction in the performance of duties. failure to obey order or regulation conduct unbecomingen of a officer and a gentleman. now, last week scheller's parents spoke to tucker carlson after their son was initially jailed.
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>> his crime was speaking truth to power and power couldn't handle it. we're mad. we're mad as hell. >> lieutenant colonel scheller will head into military court next week. guys, send it back to you. pete: thank you so much. ultimately he was, from what i understand given an offer for a general discharge before he left the brig. which he has said time and time again that without v.a. benefits and other things like that he has said no, i believe i should have an honorable discharge. i have had an honorable career. i served honorably to the end. dereliction and performance of duty. look at what happened in afghanistan. rachel: how about unbecoming of an officer and a gentleman? i think knowing that there are young men and women who are sitting ducks and you did knowing about for a week until, you know, a suicide bomber that everyone who wasn't in the military could predict was going to happen. that seems unbecoming of a gentleman or officer to allow that to happen to those young
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people. this is outrageous. and he should get his benefits. will: this story is going to be one fascinating to watch in the coming days. we will keep you abreast of the situation as we learn more and more over the coming days. there is this. new jersey teachers are blasting their union for asking them to log conversations with parents and students that revolve around the covid vaccine. i want to get this right. even asking to upload the vaccine status of students and parents, giving their names and addresses on a app. i believe the app. was created by alexandria ocasio-cortez' campaign team. rachel: yeah. she hired this company. it's called the reach campaign. it's grassroots organizing. and. pete: reach dot vote. rachel: so much creepier than you think. offering gift cards to teachers. if you upload the most information about your students and their parents on to this app. and give all this data over to the unions which will then go
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over to the democrat campaign and god knows probably the government then you get a gift card. target or whatever it is. what's really creepy about it. they are really exploiting that trust and relationship between a teacher and a student and a teacher and a parent. and actually usurping the rights of the parents. because they are saying that this is the training for this. given by this organization reach campaign. as someone the person already knows and trust can you find what's concerning on them and help them on their journey to get vaccinated. encouraging the teacher to encourage student to get vaccinated. this is for a parent. you can't have a teacher. pete: that's all i was thinking. you think parents haven't been having these conversations day in and day out whether it's vaccines or masking with their
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kids? of course, we talk about it every day. i won't share what i say. but you know what i would say. but, yeah, this is effectively public school espionage on kids and parents loaded into a database. that's what they are. rachel: data mining. pete: absolutely. we have a quote from a teacher in middletown township public schools. that's in new jersey. it's one county over from mine. this is not like crazy left wing land. this is a pretty conservative district and this is what she is talking about. said this is blatant effort to coerce, manipulate, and even track information on students and their parents. anyone involved in this type of deception has lost their morals and purpose of education along the way. well, we lost that a long time ago and so you get things like this. will: an nea spokesperson told fox news this the national education members want nothing more than return to in-person learning i don't believe that and science is clear that
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vaccinations are one of the best ways to keep educators safe in the classroom. educators are leading conversations to encourage people to learn more about getting vaccinated in an effort to keep students, their families, and their communities safe and healthy. i don't think there is any way other than to read this they want -- that is suggesting we are going to use in person learning as not just a leverage point but a tool that we are holding hostage for all of these other measures. it's always been a different measure. it's been masking, or whatever it may be along the way. pete: vaccinated which now they are all are. will: cases in the community. always, always we need to reach this other bar to get back into in person learning or do this one more thing before we can teach your children again. rachel: i'm sorry, it's the data mining really getting to me. if you ever had any doubt that our unions are a political arm of the democrat party, this is exhibit a. i hope someone sues the pants off of this. because this is a violation of
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medical privacy. this is a violation of parental rights over their own child. this is the government and student unions going around parents to talk about medical procedures with children against the wishes of parents or at least without parents knowing. this is a massive violation. this should be criminal, if you ask me. i'm not a lawyer, will, like you but i think this is criminal. pete: let's just call it criminal. in a statement: educators are leading conversations to encourage people. that's what they do every day. today it's covid, tomorrow it's diversity, equity and inclusion. they are not there to instruct or teach kids how to think critically it's now indoctrination session. rachel: totally out of their lane. will: 13-year-old boy shot and killed on his way to school in philadelphia. police say the teen was in a car just blocks away from campus when someone approached and opened fire. neighbors say the boy had just turned 13 the day before his death. the shooter is still not in
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custody. police do not believe the boy was the intended target. g.o.p. leader vows republican also not help democrats raise the debt ceiling later this year. mcconnell acausing senate leader chuck schumer of poisoning the rail after railing against republicans in his speech following the debt ceiling vote. 11 republicans voted with democrats to raise the debt ceiling just before that speech and the extension lasts until december. joe manchin went viral when he put his head in his hand during schumer's speech. now, in playoff baseball action, san francisco giants shut out the l.a. dodgers 4-0 in game one of their national league division series. giants logan webb pushing a gem, striking out 10 dodgers in seven innings. meanwhile, the milwaukee brewers edged the atlanta braves -1 in game one in their mlb series. the boston red sox even up their
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division series clobbering the tampa bay rays 14-6 in game two. five different boston batters homered in the blowout win. finally in the fourth division series, the houston astros are up two games to none. defeating the chicago white sox 9-4 and this year i will be heading to the world series. rachel: really? will: did i not know that. pete: you didn't know that? who told me the other day. will: i'm going to the world series? pete: montana, field producer down in fort myers said i'm going to the world series with will. will: no one told me. [laughter] pete: well you are. will: i hope it works with my schedule. rachel: why wasn't i sent? everyone knows -- pete: how many balls and how many strikes in a full count? rachel: three strikes and you are out. right? that's right. pete: we will take that as an acceptable answer. will: by the way, really quickly, behind the scenes, we go to our offices after the morning meeting, we don't see
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what each other are going to wear and we show up on set and it's oh, look, we are matching exactly this morning. pete: october uniform. will: two different reasons which we will explain throughout the show. pete: looking good. rachel: it's pumpkin spice day. rachel: top white house officials head to the border as the crisis ramps up. but border czar kamala harris decided her time was better spent 2,000 miles away eating cupcakes. pete: nice. plus, mit becomes a cancel culture campus. why one professor was barred speaking from his stance on diversity in higher ed. ♪ ♪ >> tech: when you get a chip in your windshield... trust safelite. this couple was headed to the farmers market...
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this decision by flee u.s. circuit judges abortion reinstated until pending actions. it consider the most exstrategic abortion law in the nation which makes it illegal to have an abortion after fetal heart beat is detected. that's usually six weeks into pregnancy. the law was temporarily blocked on wednesday by a federal judge robert pittman who was appointed to the bench by former president obama. a decision came in a biden administration lawsuit attempting to stop the bill. it was the first legal blow to the controversial law but the state appealed the decision. texas a.g. ken packsston told fox news earlier this week he expected that appeal to be a success. after friday's decision. he tweeted, quote: the fifth circuit has granted an administrative stay on senate bill 8. i will fight federal overreach at every turn. the bill was originally signed into law in may and also allows citizens to sue abortion providers really anyone suspected of having a woman and
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helping her get that abortion. the department of justice now has until tuesday to reply to the ruling and the ban remains in effect until then. back to you guys. rachel: thank you, ashley. such a fascinating case. abortion still animates this country. it will not heal until this is resolved. iwas on ben. will: domenech. rachel: his show on prime. it's an issue not dying down. technology is spurring a conclusion to this. because americans are not settled. pete: it's not going to die down ultimately until there is a decision at the supreme court. rachel: correct. pete: if there was a moment for that to happen it is now. rachel: it is now. coming up with this supreme court case though. interesting stuff. pete: from the supreme court to our southern border. i don't know if you have seen this yet, some really dramatic video on the border of mexican cartels firing machine guns, yes, machine guns into the u.s.
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we were talking as we were coming into this segment, were they targeting border patrol agents? was it a show of force? was it cartel violence? not quite sure. but, bill melugin provided the footage. he said he missed the first exchange it happened so quickly. the second one he was able to catch on video. again, it reinforces the lawlessness and the extent to which you used the word, will, brazen. brazen nature of the cartels who feel completely emboldened by the policies down there. how could they not? rachel: , they run the border. our border patrol has no control. we are paying contractors $5 million a day not to build the border wall, which our border patrol has said we need because there is just not enough of us to control this border. and, of course the violence is going to increase because we're enriching the cartels. didn't kamala harris, will say, she was going to address the root causes of people coming over. one of the root causes is the,
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you know, violence and the lack of law and order and so many of these countries whether it's mexico and central america. and all we have done is enrich and empower the cartels who, as you say, are now brazen and more emboldened than ever. will: i think that's the big take away. it's just the general lawlessness that exists at our southern border. i would be doubtful the cartels were firing at border patrol agents. at least in theory that would be inviting response from the american law enforcement community or the american federal government. what it shows is either enter cartel fighting or chaos that exists on both sides of the american border now. of course migrant camps exist on the northern side of the rio grande and on this kind of stuff just on the other side on the southern side of the rio grande, it's just showing this entire area is turning into, i don't even want to call it the wild, wild west. truthfully, it's worse than any stories you heard coming from the wild, wild west. this is complete utter. >> kayleigh: as and the person tasked with handling what's
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happening at the border. the vice president was, instead, in new jersey. oh, look, picking out cupcakes. rachel: yeah, she is on the border. she is taking on the border crisis right there in front of those cake stands. pete: new jersey and new york. she is there with phil murphy the autocrat as well as senator cory booker. here is the reason why her not being there is so significant. it's not just a random day. you had a contingent of u.s. officials. antony blinken secretary of state. homeland security secretary. you had the attorney general in mexico meeting with mexican officials trying to create a new security pact. by the way, how many years and days did the trump administration spend down there creating policies that actually worked that they then scrapped? now they are back in mexico city attempting to create a coherent policy when you know mexico has got to be looking at you saying you invite us in. more caravans behind.
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she could have been in that middle seat in that thing taking control. i'm going to take control of it. instead picking out cupcakes. rachel: think how much money you spent on stupid meetings. so easy. all you go to do is remain in mexico. bring it back. you know, catch and release. let's not do that anymore. i mean, we could solve it right here on the couch. we don't need one of these meetings. mexico is begging america to bring back those policies and, instead, the american government is complicit in everything that's happening at the border. the cartels actually like what we are doing because we are actually doing some of the work for them. we are processing the people and putting them on flights with taxpayer money for the last leg of their human smuggling journey. pete: by the way the news came out yesterday, too. a couple of additional portions of the border wall are officially now canceled. will: i saw that contracts canceled. pete: took them a while but they got to it just now. rachel: unbelievable. pete: professor forced to cancel
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♪ pete: controversy over a canceled lecture, mit canceling a speech from an acclaimed university of chicago professor after a twitter mob, of course, erupted over his views on fairness and inclusion in higher education. that professor will now host his lecture at princeton in partnership, of course, with a more conservative program later this month called the james madison program. but, first, he joins us now with his story. professor, thanks for being here. before we jump into it, i want to read just a portion of your op-ed that was part of what mit
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reacted to. here's what you wrote. you said the words diversity, equity and inclusion sound just and are often supported by well- inmention tensioned people. but their effects are the open sit of noble sentiment. requires being willing to tell an applicant i will ignore your merits and qualifications and deny you admission because you belong to the wrong group. we propose an alternative framework called merit, fairness and equality, different than equity whereby university applicants rigorous and unbiased process based on their merit and qualifications alone. professor, that sounds like -- that makes a lot of sense to me like something that should be a part of at least a debate and discussion. yet, mit said it's not happening here. >> yeah. that's correct. i mean, my fundamental point is that equal treatment of each person is an important legal and moral principle and we abandoned this principle at our peril. i'm not sure if i can explain
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why or how the lecture got canceled but i'm going to continue to make that point. pete: but you were invited, right, to come speak, then there was this backlash. wouldn't you attribute it, to you know, left wing mob cancel culture saying no, no, no. diversity, equity and inclusion is the only route we're willing to talk about. >> yeah. i think that's correct. pete: there we go. here is what mit says about it after n. their statement after the cancellation. the carlson lecture has a very specific format and outreach component. we felt with the current distractions we would not be in a position to hold an effective outreach event. i made this decision at my discretion after culling with faculty and students in the department and know some might mistake it as affront on academic freedom a characterization i do not agree with he says i'm not going to cancel it but some could say it is a rejection of academic freedom but that's not what it is. was your lecture going to be on this topic or was it on
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something else? what do you make of it. >> yeah. the lecture was going to be on extra solar planets. which ones could potentially have life on them. not on this topic at all. what i make of it is i think this is an example of what is called the heckler's veto where a group can threaten to disrupt and cause unpleasantness at a lecture and the lecture is shut down because of that. pete: so you were going to go talk about planets because you are an expert on that. >> right. pete: because you happen to have other views that they may not like, you couldn't give your speech on planets, that's where we are at? >> yeah. it's important to mention that the day was maybe a group of about a dozen people active on twitter. it was not the whole department at mit. and the whole department at mit shouldn't be blamed for this. pete: no. but you could -- they could showed someone there a little bit of academic courage and say hey, we are all about discourse here. let's talk about planets and you can talk about the other stuff later.
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thankfully, and it's great to note that robert george, robbie george, a professor at princeton tweeted this out, they are happy to bring your lecture over there to the james madison program. he tweeted this i'm pleased to announce that dorian abbott's lecture on solar plants meant to be the 2021 carlson lecture until yielding cancel will be given on princeton on the date it was supposed to be given on mit october 21st. details to follow. at least at the james madison program at princeton. you are going to get a chance to give that lecture, correct? >> yes, i am. i'm very excited about that and thankful to professor george and anyone who is watching can search madison program events at princeton on google and register for the lecture which will be available on zoom. pete: i hope people check it out. dorian abbott congratulations on the lecture. thank you for taking time with us. appreciate it. >> thank you. pete: gout it the latest biden jobs report disappoints again big time.
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the president insists we are making progress. charles payne on where the economy really stands next. ♪ cold hard truth ♪ got a lot of ♪ showed up tonight ♪ in that ♪ mess in my head. ♪
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will also be deposed. her team saying they will take action in the next 30 days. she is going on the offense. and tonight, president trump takes the stage in iowa. he will speak at the iowa state fairgrounds for another rally as his team insists electing
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republicans in the 2022 midterms are his top priority trump will be joined by governor kim reynolds, senator chuck grassily. you can watch president trump's speech in its entirety on fox nation streaming live at 7:00 p.m. eastern time tonight. and those are your headlines. rachel, over to you. rachel: thanks, pete. have to catch it on fox nation. okay. a shocking september jobs report shows only 194,000 jobs were added to the economy last month. a far cry from the 500,000 that experts predicted. but president biden taking no responsibility for those dismal numbers. he is trying to spin it as progress. >> today's report, has the unemployment rate down to 4.8%. a significant improvement from when i took office. the monthly totals bounce around but if you take a look at the trend it's solid. things in washington, as you all know are awfully noisy.
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turn on the news and every conversation is a confrontation. every disagreement with a crisis. but when you take a step back and look at what is happening, we are actually making real progress. rachel: fox business' charles payne joins me now. charles, thanks for joining us this morning. so the president keeps telling us it's progress, progress, progress. i trust you on the economy more than joe biden. tell me, is this a healthy sign for our economy. >> it's quite opposite. the details of this report are more, quote: shocking than the headline itself. it was really -- this administration loves to spin everything. i guess someone told them just sell. abc always be closing. there is sometimes you have to admit something is wrong. something is wrong, rachel, when you have a country with 11 million job openings and we're producing fewer and fewer jobs. don't forget the month before that was just 300,000 jobs.
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i have got to tell you that 500,000 number, that was a sandbag. a lot of people privately thought it would be a million. nrvelgt, if you go back four months ago, overwhelmingly on wall street the consensus was we were going to have several months in a row of million months of job gains. several months in a row. we hit that once. that was great. but something has gone wrong, something has gone dramatically wrong. and for the president to cite this unemployment race as progress. 138,000 people left the labor force last month. if i use the president's logic if 2.2 million people leave the jobs market our unemployment rate would be zero. of course, that wouldn't help those 2.2 million people and the other 5 million people who are still unemployed since february of last year. so, you know, listen, okay, he wants to sell it, fine. but someone behind the scenes should be frantic. someone in this administration should be frantic because something is wrong and that's what we have got to figure out.
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rachel: do you know what that is, charles? what's wrong? what's happening? >> honestly, i think it's a combination of things. i think first and foremost a lot of people still don't have to go back to work. trillions of dollars, trillions of dollars the stimmy check, this check that check flooding into this country. listen, it was fantastic a year ago. we needed it a year ago when you just click off the economy and tell people they couldn't work, they couldn't sustain themselves. this year the extra 2 trillion i think was certainly unnecessary and certainly we don't need another 5 trillion. so you have that. then you have people who stopped going to work, rachel. i mean, you don't work for a year and a half, two years. you start to look at wonder hey, i can't get out of the house, i'm trying. then have you that aspect. the things with the schools is really a problem this jobs report on the education part of it we had 189,000 fewer jobs. i'm learning how many educators are leaving the schools are
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becoming a petrie dish a battleground instead of a place to educate our children. that takes me to one of the saddest part of this report. women participation. 300,000 women left the labor force just as schools were reopening. again, it's something that is bewildering. it does not make sense on paper. rachel: we sat here on the couch and talked about it. it could be for some of the reasons you talked about. women who are nurses or teachers or whatever leaving the workforce because of the mandates. could it be that a lot of women were home last year because of the pandemic and said hey, you know what? i'm missing out a lot. i need to figure out a different way to work. find a job that's more flexible. maybe that's not such a bad thing. maybe in the long run at least on the women's front, and the child front, maybe this is a new less creepy reset than the one justin trudeau had in mind. maybe this a good reset for families. >> it could be a good reset for families. as long as it can sustain the lifestyle. obviously, listen, my mom was a
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housewife until my parents got divorced and then she became a worker. i understand both sides of that and i know obviously it's great to have mom at home and, listen, some of those 300,000 probably that's it. but the point is by the way, that's just one angle. prime age workers 25 to 54. labor force participation rate dropped last month. something is wrong. 20 to 24-year-olds, 3 million of them are missing from the labor pool. where did they go? how are they sustaining themselves? there is something deeply wrong with this. and my point is, you know, don't try to finagle the american public because we live it. let's try to find a solution. because, what you just said is a great part of the conversation and there are other parts of it. rachel: yep, well, thank you so much for joining us, charles much it's fascinating. >> you got it. rachel: more "fox & friends"
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♪ ♪ will: wisconsin father and son making custom american flags for the families of the 13 troops killed in kabul and the 17 who were injured. shane henderson of metal art in wisconsin joins me now along
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with 18-year-old son justice henderson owners of flags for justice. thank you for what have you done here. incredible project. shane, what inspired you guys? we have had you here on fox square. we have talked about your works before. what made you decide to dedicate some of your work to the victims, the soldiers, that we lost in afghanistan? >> immediately after the attacks, i got my team together with my son justice and it was a unanimous decision that we were going to do something to give back. and because we have awesome woodworkers here we made these mahogany and maple butcher block flags for each of the families of the victims. will: justice, i know each one of these are special. a little different. your dog was just talking about these mahogany flags behind us. tell us about the work there that you are going to send to the 13 families that lost someone but also the 17 that were injured.
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>> oh, yeah. just our way of giving back, really. and, you know, these people made great sacrifice for our country and i, i mean, this is how we appreciate them. will: shane, i see that each of the family members provided you a way to personalize these. is that right? a message, a quote involved in each one of these works for the families involved? >> yeah. we were in contact with 12 of the 13 families and it was a very emotional project for us and we got to know a lot of the families on a personal level quite a bit. and we have got prayers. we have got some of their last posts on instagram. like rylee mccollum, we are actually making his family two flags one for his father and another for his wife who just gave birth to their daughter a couple weeks ago. so, some of the stories are heart wrenching, to say the least. will: yeah. they absolutely are. this is an inspirational
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will: good morning. rachel: i'm glad you said that when i moved from wisconsin i moved to los angeles. that was a shocking thing for me life shuts down at 10:00 when you live in a little town. maybe sometimes at 9:00. but in l.a. and miami, new york city you know, you see the walk of shame as we walk to work here all the time. pete: you do. i just had visions of rach going out a 10:30 or 11 when she moved when she moved there. there is nobody here. what do i do? rachel: beam the cows. will: when you fill in on this show on the weekdays. it is different on weekdays than weekends. when we come in 3:00 or 4:00 a.m. on weekends. it's happening over there in times square. rachel: still going. will: in a depressing way. rachel: a lot of vomit. pete: when is the last time you walked in to a bar at 3:30 in a morning. it's not a happy place for the most part. by the way, to my fellow norwegians out there is national
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leith erickson day. all the italians put on saturday before columbus day. leith erickson found. 500 years earlier he found it and us norwegian leith erickson. rachel: has he been canceled in the way that christopher columbus has. pete: not yet. they are coming for him. rachel: definitely happening. will: there was lot of rivalries i was ready for today penn state iowa, text ou. i wasn't ready for italy it. pete: we are glad you are here. thanks for being here. we start with a serious story as well. and this is joe biden's border crisis. making texas look like a war zone. will: look at this video mexican drug cartel members firing a machine gun across the border
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into the united states. rachel: unbelievable. alexandria hoff is live in d.c. as the border crisis shows no signs of slowing down. >> no sign at all. what we know from officials is over the past couple of days cartel members armed with ak-47s have been taunting national guard soldiers. like a moment out of a war film the situation has now escalated. fox news cameras were there as the max can cartel fired shots into the u.s. this as several top members of the biden administration are in mexico city in talks with mexican officials over the growing human rights and national security issues at the border. on thursday, a group of migrants was uncovered hiding out in truck trailers trying to make it in. here secretary of state antony blinken. >> we are determined that as we enforce our laws, we do so fully respecting the human rights and
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the dignity of all people. we're in very close daily contact with our colleagues in mexico on the question of the irregular haitian migrations. rachel: mexico city notably absent there the borders herself vice president kamala harris, you can see here instead took a trip to new jersey. and we did have another issue. the department of homeland security has canceled all remaining border wall contracts amid all of this. congressman dan crenshaw berated secretary of state of homeland security that is mayorkas on twitter calling for him to be impeached and joining those calls with many others in the g.o.p. as we know president biden has never made a trip to the southern border. the last trip that vice president and border czar kamala harris took, back in june, pete, will, rachel? pete: alexandria, thank you very much. when you say joe biden has never
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made a trip to the border we are saying in his life. rachel: how much is he. >> almost oxygen native american. he has been in public office steve. will: we asked that weekend. 79 in a couple of weeks. like a month. will: never been there. never is calls into question the bs meetings. why are they having that meeting brings back the remain in mexico policy. bring back a ban on catch and release. stop bringing you, know, putting in policies that encourage people to human traffic kids in order to get across the border. and that way they can stay. i mean, there are just so many things that this meeting just makes no sense. and then you look at alejandro
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mayorkas. absolutely he should be impeached. his job is homeland security. we have cartels in charge of our border firing, you know, weapons across our border. this is absolutely insane. if your job was homeland security, you would be fired if this was a private sector job. will: yeah. there has been conversation about the democrats could be headed for an absolute she lacking in 2022. there is pent up voter angst, anger, frustration. on so many different levels. so many different issues. critical race theory, in schools. vaccine mandates. that will all come back to potentially punish democrats in the midterm elections in 2022. bill maher last night on his program brought up, yet, another issue that could punish democrats. it is this border crisis. he compared it to healthcare for democrats. in other words, it's something that democrats care a great amount about healthcare and they think that republicans do very little to resolve that issue. on the other hand, he said the border crisis is one that republicans care a lot about
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americans. democrats do little to nothing to resolve. and that could potentially pay a big price along with those other issues in 22022 in the mid terms for democrats. and this poll is any indication, the be on to something. this is joe biden's overall job approval rating right now. 38% approval rating. under water. way under water. 53% disapproval rating. now, i just laid out what, three different potential issues that -- i didn't even mention afghanistan. which is one of the big big drivers. rachel: that was progress. that was successful. he told us that. will: i forgot. white house spokeswoman jen psaki has fascinating answer why these poll numbers are so bad and it's interesting, once again, it's someone else's fault and once again it's division. guess whose fault it is for these bad poll numbers. watch. >> what do you make of these really terrible polls? >> well, look, i would say that
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this is are a ely tough time in our country. we're still battling covid and lot of people thought we would be through it including us. and we -- because of the rise of the delta variant, because of the fact that even though it was a vaccine that was approved under republican administration, even though we now have full fda approval and even though it's wildly available across the country we still have a country -- less than that, 20% of the country who have decided not to get vaccinated. no question that's having an impact. pete: wait, so your fault if you didn't get vaccinated that he is not popular? by the way, i have ever heard her acknowledge that the vaccine happened under trump joe concha, i don't have the clip right now. i read it this morning. he pointed out did covid have to do with afghanistan? is it covid's fault for crime? is covid the reason we have inflation? is covid the reason we have a border crisis?
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no, the answer is no. people are looking at whatever issue impacts their lives the most and they are saying that's not what i voted for. will: it's not just covid. it's uglier than that a continuation of this theme of dividing americans and blaming americans. abdoulayeing august of our country's problems at someone's feet, based upon either their race, their gender or vaccination status. this is division. and this is throwing an entire group of people under the bus because of their medical decisions. and it's absolutely despicable. rachel: i agree. will: by the way, obviously, illogical. rachel: unscientific. will: unvaccinated people are not spreading this virus. the virus transmits in everyone, including the vaccinated. pete: my point is it's not working. i agree with you. that spin is not working. impugning people is not working. that's why their number is going down. they're playing their worst card which is dividing card and it's not working. that's why the numbers are going down. rachel: just to be clear most of
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the unvaccinated are people who have already had covid and whose natural immunities are stronger and better than the vaccinated. so, all of this makes no sense. crazy. i will tell you another thing that doesn't make sense and that is that bill de blasio has decided in his last days in office, with no discussion with his constituents in new york city, he decided to get rid of a very popular program, which is the gifted and talented program, which allows children who need to learn at a faster pace in order for education to not bore them to death because they are so bright, is he getting rid of that program because, of course, it's racist. pete: that's right. here is the cover of the "new york post" this morning if all kids can't excel then none. will stolen dreams. bill de blasio. that is. that sums up the idea is under the guise of equity, under the guise of it not being diverse enough, in order for everyone to be equal, you have to not just raise people up from the bottom
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but tear down from the top and the talented and gifted program was a target. he didn't go at it when he was actually in office on his way out he said. rachel: let me give you the numbers so you understand. so asians are 16% of the population in new york city. but they are 43% of the gifted and talented program. whites make up 36% of the talented and gifted program. hispanics 8% and blacks 6. so they are looking at this disparity and saying clearly, this must be a racist program and he says that rich people can game the system because they make -- they do this test, will, when children are 4 years old. so they are able to test kids at 4 and decide whether to go on this track or not. i think that's a little early, frankly, to make that decision about whether someone is gifted or not. but that said, you know, look, asians have a culture that is around education and that is why you are seeing these results in
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my opinion. pete: you have experience with that right on this program? will: my kids went to a charter school in new york city which really doesn't have a gifted and talented program. anybody that's raised kids in new york city knows you want to -- anyone that has children anywhere wants to find the best potential outcome for their children. that's human nature. i will say there are people who begin studying and hiring tutors and doing everything they can to conquer this gifted and talented testing. but, the larger philosophical point is the one that you point out, pete, that is the pursuit of equity requires not just lifting the bottom up but tearing the top down. mediocrity for everyone in the end. it is essentially the philosophical under pickings of communism. it's the same. it's we must all be the same and we must sacrifice anyone who has the potential to achieve in order to achieve that equity. here is someone, by the way, who could achieve the mother of a student, 3rd grader gifted and
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talented program. and she said following. be a bombable. de blasio is dismant ling one of the few successful programs in new york city adversely impacting a swath of children. rachel: yeah. i look at this and i say we should look at this idea of game the system. rich people, putting their kids through the riggers to make sure they get -- what is happening in demographics. asian, hispanic. what is happening in these families and cultures around these families? that aren't encouraging this? what can we learn from asian americans? i would like to know. i might actually do a podcast on that. i what are they doing, you know, to prepare their kids in this way that they are so obviously more successful in terms of these types of programs i don't
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think it's a racial thing. i think that it's -- there are -- there is a preparation and a focus and a family that. will: making argument that it's a cultural thing and difference between something being racist and cultural. rachel: correct. pete: such an achilles heel on the left. lebron james has a private school in akron called i promise to help under served kids get ahead. youtube jumped at it to do a documentary on it. the documentary is accidentally a massive commercial for vouchers and school choice because ultimately he is helping kids who would not otherwise have that choice. i do think once people are exposed to the reality of what kids can have, like that mom and others, they say oh, you are going to take that away from me because you are beholden to the unions? this is where conservatives have done a really bad job being as forceful as they should be on vouchers and choice because it is very popular it should be popular and it does work. and they are always afraid of the word voucher. don't be afraid of that the reality whether it's vouchers or
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gifted and talented kids we want kids to succeed. unions and inner cities have failed them time and time again. rachel: this whole thing would end if it was not just applied to academics. what if we did this in sports? then what would happen? will: interesting analogy that you apply to show how absurd the whole idea is. rachel: should we all be equal? pete: no a team or b team? rachel: just go. will: i'm trying to think it through. to your point, the approach -- we have got to run. it's beholden by the teachers unions, you are right. the approach is to improve education, what we have to do is take away the really good stuff. we have tyke away gifted and talented. we have to take success of charter schools. take away anything that shows the ability to help some individual groups or students from achieving. the way to approach education is to tear down the good stuff to everybody has he the bad stuff. and that's fair. in that mindset. rachel: idea is we don't anyone
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to feel bad because if you are not in the talented or gifted program that would make you feel bad. will: coming up at 8:30 eastern time vivek ramaswamy is going to weigh in on this issue as well. rachel: great person to do this with. pete: you might say he is gifted and talented. will: he was -- is. rachel: i'm jealous. turning to your headlines, a hostage situation in downtown los angeles ends with the armed suspect dead and the victim safe. dramatic video shows the man put a gun to the female hostage's face. seconds later flash ba bangs go off followed by gunshots from the swat team. officers pursued the suspect into the apartment building later shooting him dead. the victim's condition though is unclear. guilty on all charges. the first two parents to go to trial for their role in the college admission scandal are convicted of fraud, bribery and more. john wilson and gamal are both wealthy fathers who combined
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paid $520,000 to get their kids into the university of southern california. now that's rigging the system, right? they will be sentenced in february. here is some heart pounding video that shows police in brooklyn, new york stepping in to save the life of a baby who stopped breathing. nypd rushing the 15 month old boy to the hospital in a squad car performing cpr the whole way. you can see one of the responding officers carrying the victim all the way to the er bed. police say the boy is in serious but stable condition. and those are your headlines. pete: god bless them every night. rachel: i know they do all the good work. straight ahead, referees in massachusetts are calling it quits in droves claiming abusive behavior from coaches and parents are stopping them from doing their job. rachel: and stop, drop, and roll. remember that? it's fire prevention month.
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it just got to the point where like, yeah, we are not dealing with that. pete: that's a referee in massachusetts on a 911 call and hundreds sidelined after abusive behavior from coaches and parents of kids playing hockey. our next guest warns this behavior is not acceptable and happening all across youth sports. massachusetts hockey president bob joyce joins us now. bob, thanks for being here. i played sports. my kids play sports. i have seen this behavior as well. have you seen it ramp up? has it always been a problem is has it become particularly a problem the way parents accost
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officials? >> well, i think it's always been a problem. i just think it's more intense these days. coming out of covid, there seems to be a lot more up tense city, you know, and we have seen a tremendous drop in the number of our officials from the precovid season to now which is impacting the kids' ability to play the games. pete: you say it's gotten more intense and ultimately you have officials saying i'm out. in fact, in some instances after one period of a hockey game and after one, they are supposed to be re f'ing thousand how do you change this. >> it's the approach. we need officials in order to play games. hockey is a growing sport. it's growing in all areas of the country. our participation numbers are up. our officials numbers are down. so that becomes a problem. the problem we have had so far in season blacked out games because we don't have enough officials to officiate the games.
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pete: wow. how much of this is on coaches? when you have a coach that says we're not going to tolerate this on the ice or on the field and that includes the kids and the parents, is that a place to start? >> absolutely the coach can control the parents, they have to. they are the ones that control their kids' level of participation. i think at some point we have lost our way insofar as, you know, it's no longer that you are just competing against your opponent. a lot of players and coaches seem like they are also competing against the officials. which is just the wrong mentality. pete: of course it is. maybe practice more or maybe your kids were a little bit better. it's not the refs fault. how many shortages do you have? are you talking about the fact certain leagues and games can't be played? you don't have the people. do you see the experience level go counsel as a result hire young kids less experienced and that leads to poor calls.
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>> absolutely. a situation where games normally staffed by two officials are now staffed by one. some of the younger levels are going without officials and coaches are being required to bring their skates to play what are scrimmages. and the further the officials that are doing the work, instead of working three or four game set on a weekend or a day, they are working seven or 8 games which is leading to them being tired, burnt out. and we are only five weeks into our season which goes typically to the end of march. pete: exactly. parents are creating the very dynamic they don't like bad calls because refs are human. if you have one instead of two or 8 games instead of 4, what do you expect? bob joyce, thanks for. thank you so much. appreciate it. >> thank you, pete. pete: you got it while the border crisis escalates, the so-called border czar kamala harris seems to be more concerned with her dessert. former acting ice director ron
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♪ >> there they are. holy [bleep] that's a real site. >> that's just inches -- will: shocking footage cartel members firing automatic weapons indesvictim matily into the united states. as texas looks like a war zone harris skipped high security talks with mexican officials to satisfy sweet tooth at new
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jersey bakery. border patrol chief ron vitiello. let's talk about that footage for just one moment. you see that gunfire. what do you take away from that? what do would make of the mounting chaos at the border? >> it is chaos. and that -- that film, that picture and that indiscriminate firing into the united states by cartel members, it shows you the enormous risk that the men and women of dhs, the border patrol agents, the men and women that us each and every day. the national guard that's down there supporting them it shows you the risks that they face each and every day. the job is always risky. but when you have this kind of traffic. we went several months with well over 200,000 encounters by cbp at the border. thousands released into the country, right? so that encourages more people to get into that pipeline and come to the united states and what we see on that film is the results of that chaos. these cartel members essentially control that territory on their side of the border and they decide who gets and what gets
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across that line. versus the border patrol and cbp stopping bad things and bad people coming into the united states. so, chaos is reigning now. see where the problem is starting and going and it's getting worse. will: ron wonder something else take away from this video. i have been fascinated by mexican drug cartel politics and fighting. i remember 10 years ago now the big fight in knave vo laredo over who controlled that territory between the cartels. they were fighting over that territory because they wanted to control that very lucrative transporting point for drugs and now i'm wondering is what we are fight amongst carlings to control what is essentially a human trafficking pipeline showing how valuable this entire enterprise has come for them. i can't imagine they are firing at border patrol agents they are fighting amongst themselves to control this territory.
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>> that's the way it works. they confront their government and fight with each other to control what they call the plaza. anything that moves through the plaza whether it be persons or things gets attacked by the cartel. and, you know, i'm not sure. you know, them firing into the united states like that, that's what the military would call recon by fire. they are trying to figure out what's on the other side of that border so they can move whatever load they are guarding on their side of the border. yeah. there is no trust in these cartels. we need to help mexico. mexico must do more in all of these problems. we have all this chaos on the border because the policies are encouraging people to get into the pipeline. and when the pipeline is as full as it is. they are talking about 400,000 encounters this month, then cartels rein. they get to control what's going on. they get to make thousands and thousands of dollars a day smuggling people and things across that border. will: yeah, meanwhile as we mentioned in the open the vice president is in new jersey
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shopping for cupcakes. there is clearly more that needs to be done. i think the point we are hearing from you as well there is more we could be doing in partnership with mexico. ron vitiello, thank you for being with us this morning. >> good to be with you. will: fire prevention month and practicing fire safety on the square with home contractor skip bedell ♪ come on, baby ♪ and rescue me ♪ ♪ >> tech: when you get a chip in your windshield... trust safelite. this couple was headed to the farmers market... when they got a chip. they drove to safelite for a same-day repair. and with their insurance, it was no cost to them. >> woman: really? >> tech: that's service the way you need it. >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ take me out to the ballgame ♪ take me out. will: shot of the morning. pepsi taking fans out to the ballgame with new limited edition jacker jack cola. rachel: celebrating two iconic brands with new delicious -- they say they t. is iconic. pete: we call them pops in the midwest. we will give it a chance. will: pepsi and cracker jack together. yes. pete: not bad. i can taste it. will: you can definitely taste it. rachel: it's funny. it has one taste in the beginning and then it kind of develops into a different taste. pete: starts with pepsi and ends with caramel. will: it's good. i like it.
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rachel: actually, i do. i didn't think i would like it but i kind of do. pete: you know exactly what it is. you get a prize on the back too, should we see what our prizes? pete: a million dollars. women will here is the deal. chances to win one of the 2,000 cans available. you post a video singing take me out to the ballgame on tiktok or twitter. pete: you can't peal the back off. rachel: make nails are useless. pete: woe won a tattoo. i need another one of those. will: that's good for you. rachel: that would be very popular in my house. pete: take it home. rachel: don't say i didn't do anything. pete: order it online or something, right? rachel: i think this was good, you guys. i'm down. pete: should i read the headlines now? that was a gang buster segment. headlines for you right now. a prominent chicago democrat known for pushing the defund the police movement is accused of
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hiding in an attempted carjacking involving her security detail. cook county board president tony prekwinkle claiming she is the victim after two suspects carjacking an officer standing guard outside her home. cook county commissioner sean morrison telling fox news she covered up the incident because it contradicts her defund the police political narrative. of course. and actor jamie walker says cancel culture is coming for comedy as dave chapelle braces for backlash comekd. telling fox news he predicts the increasing sensitivity of today's climate will be, quote: really rough on comedians and comedy in general for the next few years. walker adding he thinks chapel's talent and money will help him pass this bought with cancel culture those not as big as him maybe not a wheel of fortune
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contestant becomes the talk of twitter after failing to solve a couple of puzzles. watch this. >> melanie? >> jolly goof fellow. >> no. >> j.r.? >> jolly good fellow. >> yeah. there you go. pete oh, man. her bad fortune did not end at jolly goof fellow. she went on guess it and sheep. instead of wolves and sheep. pocketing 20 grand. so she clearly did know something. those are your headlines. now i'm going to toss it out to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth who has our fox weather forecast. rick, i know you would be good at wheel of fortune. rick: i'm so good at wheel of fortune. i am good at wheel of fortune. i wanted to be pat sajak. the dream. pete: you have a shot.
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rick: here you go. here are the terms raking up this morning. cool across the west. take a look at this, 69 in kansas city. here we are in towards mid october. really warm across the plains. going to continue a couple more days. another storm out across parts of the mid-atlantic. this is kind of something that could become a little bit tropical off the coast of north carolina. what it's definitely going to do, we're not worried about. anything any significant tropical system developing. we will see some tropical moisture. a lot of rain coming here to the coast line that means this weekend a bit of a wash out here along the coast even in towards the northeast by tomorrow. out across the west. this is really where all of our activity is where our drought has been for so long. you like to get all this moisture into southern california last couple of days. take a look at this. by the time we get into monday and tuesday, our first really big snow storm potentially blizzard conditions across parts of the central and northern rockies. that's ultimately a little bit early for this. but good news to get snow pack in there while we can one last thing, get ready normally severe weather in the spring.
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starting tomorrow we have multi-day severe weather threat across parts of the central plains that will likely include a tornado or two or maybe a few more than that we will be watching that very closely. all right. guys, back to you. will: rick, thank you so much. pete: october is national fire prevention month and today marks the end of fire prevention week. rachel: n 2020 a fire department responded to the fire in the u.s. every 23 seconds. that's a lot. will: here to show us how to protect ourselves and our homes. home contractor skip bedell. good morning, skip. >> great to be back. you are right. every couple of seconds there is response. it takes less than two minutes to fall victim to fire and smoke. they fire fire burns but the smoke that kills us. it's so important that we have a well-operating smoke detector. carbon monoxide detector. the innovators in space. take the worry out. their line is called worry free. something that works for battery or wired and basically comes with a 10-year guaranteed battery. people hear it chirping.
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they don't know what it means. that's another thing to tell you about today. what do the chirps mean one chirp means it's probably not working. cleaned or replace the battery. two chirps mean it's failing. definitely time to replace it. three chirps means there is smoke and four carbon monoxide. will: no idea. >> need to know that on the back of every unit manufacturer indicate. don't wait. go today. take your units down. take a look. a lot of people have no idea when they were installed. 10 years or less is good. 10 years they have got to go. these are guaranteed for 10 years. combination smoke different rooms. every sleeping space. outside the sleeping rooms in the kitchen, the garage. rachel: why is it different than in a bedroom or a hallway? >> they are interconnected a lot of the new ones in interconnect. they will tell you where the fire is there is a fire in the basement. it's going to say there is a fire go off in every room that's really helpful. even have lights on them now light up your walkway going down
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the hall. really important fire extinguishers. want to have one in every room. people think too much. keep it in the closet need it it's there. one every level. kitchen always, basement, garage. super important. come in combo kits. all of these things are available at home depot. so easy to walk in and get everything you need. affordable. also have links to them on my website as well. pete: fire. >> 10 years. looking at the gauges. always check your gauge. want to check it a few times a year. it should always be in the green. make sure it's in the green and operating. it not, then, you want to replace it with a new one. >> really important to set up escape plan. how do you get out of the house practice with t. with your kid. rachel: i have a ladner every bedroom not because i'm safety minded but the home i bought already had that in the bedroom. so smart. never had that before. >> so many deaths occur in the second story. can't get out will hallway can't get down the stairs. these are great to have. making all these great products. things can you do in a fire
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emergency, they will give you more time. what can we do to kind of prevent fire from spreading throughout the house. as a builder we use a lot of different products for soundproofing, fireproofing. this is insulation you put in the walls. interior walls. but not only does it keep the comfort and temperature good it also act as fireproofing. rockwall is nonflammable up to 2100 degrees. there is three different types. right? there is safe and sound which is for your interior walls. keeps flames from spreading from one room to the next. comfort goes on exterior walls. keep flames from coming inside the home. also this comfort board. in is really interesting. this goes on the outlines of your house behind the siding. people out west having wildfires it might burn your siding but it's not going to ten trait into your home. so, up to 2100 degrees nonflammable. pete: you are showing us right here. >> i'm showing you, yes, sir. this is a torch. i have been burning this over an hour. it's been out here burning. can you see will not catch fire. so, also nontoxic because it's
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made out of stone. it's not made out of fiberglass and a lot of insulations. it's actually a woven stone. so no talks sins, no toxic smoke coming off of that. rachel: is one better than the other? >> interior walls, exterior walls. also, soundproofing quality. so i'm going to show you how well the soundproofing works. here san alarm. watch this. inside a box. completely so when you have this between your interior walls, it soundproofs not only from the outside but also from room to room. will: awesome. >> finally guys, one last thick you can do. we have a demonstration over there for fire retardant sprays a list of many different of them on my website. these are great. because can you spray your fabrics, your pillows, your couch, carpet, cure tanners, everything this basically is a fire retardant that can you spray on fabrics, keep those fabrics were catching on fire. rachel: is it nontoxic. that would concern me. >> nontoxic. putting a torch to those
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curtains. those were treated yesterday. normally that would go ablaze. it's a little windy today we didn't want to light the other side. we will light up one non-treated to show you the difference. fire retardant spray can be a life saver in your home. will: great tips and products, can you protect your home with this information. also find it at skip bedell.com. rachel: good stuff. will: parents enraged over the doj's new order to investigate those who oppose critical race theory. one parent who was arrested for speaking out against politics in his child's classroom joins us live next. ♪ lowe's showrooms have a variety of stylish flooring you'll love for years to come. like pergo wetprotect. and stainmaster. exclusively at lowe's. your life might change,
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♪ ♪ >> at home wanting, trying to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the kids and the fbi could be knocking at your door because you might have said the wrong thing at a school board meeting. these people they are not -- they are serious. they want to silence us and shut us down. i really think at this point the only thing to do is have a mass exodus from the public school system. [cheers and applause] >> that's it.
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rach. rachel: all righty, a florida mom gets a standing ovation after calling for a mass exodus from public schools. this as the doj looks into confrontation with school boards over parents who demand to have a say in their child's education. our next guest knows the fight against woke school boards firsthand getting arrested for standing up to loudoun county schools back in june. john joins us now. john, welcome. thank you for joining us much you know, what is going on here? i mean, this seems so insane that parents demanding to have a say in their curriculum, who are upset about obscene things being introduced to their kids, either in the school library or through the curriculum. that they're being called domestic terrorists. why is the school board and the doj and this administration so afraid of parents? >> because parents are actually
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finally identifying what's really wrong with our school system. you know, what's happening is people are finally, the lights are turning on. covid helped them see firsthand in their own homes just how bad it was in schools since then. here in virginia our legislature has passed two different resolutions that have completely blown up the safety of schools. one house bill 257 actually allows a principal now to decide whether or not is he going to report violent crime. add to that, another initiative that is called the 80/40 here in loudoun that allows boys to go into girls bathroom unrestrained and you have assaults taking place, literally having assaults taking place in girls bathrooms going unreported. and i'm not making this stuff up. rachel: i know. >> in one case one young man has done it twice already in the last six months wearing a girl's dress. so, this is the type of crazy that's going on and parents,
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rightly so, are concerned about these things. and they are speaking up about it and that's why you are seeing the response that you get from these uncontrolled school boards. rachel: you heard quisha king say i'm a parent concerned about education system all of them not just public school. the public school parents mass exodus but they also leave the money behind. if they don't have a voucher system that they voted for in their state legislature, i don't think this resolves the problem. if you are going to have a mass exodus, you have got to take the money with you. >> you are right. and, but there is two parts to that right? any parent that would put their child into this type of environment and could do something else, they ought to be looked, into they ought to be investigated because it's child abuse. rach rich yeah. absolutely. >> however, there are tons of
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young moms that can't afford to do single moms. those are the ones we need to help and they need vouchers. rachel: absolutely, jon. you are absolutely right. not everyone ford to take their kids out and put them in private schools. that's why we need vouchers. thank you for your bravery. you have inspired many other parents across the country. jon tigges, thank you. >> thank you. what i need. how about a throwback? ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪ only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪
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campos-duffy, pete hegseth and will cain. i went to the texas state fair with my family. i had some of the required fried foods. i got chicken and waffles, rachel. rachel: i like that. will: it was a bad choice. you needed to go more exotic. if you are going it get chicken and waffles, go to harlem and get a specialist to make you chicken and waffles if you are going to buy something from a vendor. get the fried reissest butter cup, fried oreos or fried beer which i have never had. that's what i should have done. i was there, also, to tell you this pete and i did not dress alike because we coordinated. rachel: that's such a lie. you guys call. pete: put your foot up, will. rachel: they are lying. pete: wearing the same shoes. rachel: called each other and said it's pumpkin spice day and wear orange ties and orange
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socks. steve: we did not mean to look like flight atten dantsd here on "fox & friends." [bell] rachel: some said i look like the manager. will: pete wore october. state fair of texas. today is texas ou. i'm wearing my burnt orange. pete: i will give it to you. rachel: really quick, pete, what would have you at the texas state fair. pete: exact opposite approach of will contain. will cain. pull out my cash and buy everything. i always start with a bucket of cheese curds and end with a bucket of cheese curds everything in between is a taste. rachel: of course. will: fried ravioli. fried italian food everybody was in line for. rachel: they don't have beer battered cheese curds in texas? will: huh-uh. pete: that's why it's the second best state fair after the minnesota state fair. >> richard: minnesota state fair
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is pretty damn good. pete: i'm warming my hands with this cup. i should give it to you. you are the cold one. pete: it's really cold out here. rachel: thank you, pete. will: while that coffee warms rachel up. these job numbers will not warm you up this morning. this is unexpectedly difficult news for the biden administration. 194,000 jobs added. now, why is that disappointing? because 500,000, half a million jobs were expected to be added during this time unemployment 4.8%. down from 5.2%. it's also contributed to by that last stat on your screen. 184,000 workers have left the workforce. rachel: that's remarkable. that is a really remarkable nun number. and says some not so healthy things from our thing. president biden says this is progress. not slowed down in trying to sell bad news as good news just like he did in afghanistan. take a listen. >> in total the job creation in
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the first eight months of my administration is nearly 45 million jobs. jobs up, wages up, unemployment down. that's progress. when you take a step back, look at what's happening. actually making real progress. we are making consistent steady progress. and thanks to bipartisan agreements we are making progress on funding the government and raising the debt limit. progress, progress. progress. progress, progress. weeing making progress. pete: don't believe your lying eyes. everything is fine. in august the job numbers were half of what they were. they want to tout and joe biden did multiple times this 4.8% unemployment rate. but it's because so many people have stopped looking for work. >> and you don't have to believe -- it's not just don't believe your lying-s on what you are seeing around you economically and what facing. this is on top of record inflation. this is on top of supply chain shortages. when you look around at the economy right now. you have a sense it's unhealthy.
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it was artificially propped up by government spending. they want trillions of more government spending. yet, you are paying more for everyday goods. you look at the white house. this is why they have a 38% approval rating. the first action you took was to end the key stolen xl pipeline now you are begging saudi arabia for oil production. the whole thing cuts against tax paying law-abiding citizen who wants to earn an honest buck seeing people take advantage of a lot of unemployment benefits and very unhealthy climate. rachel: are we creating a new dependency class? have we trained people over the last year and a half to just sit home, take in the government checks, accept this sort of lower standard of living but at least i don't have to do anything. you also talked, pete, earlier about, you know, going to the grocery store and having to buy two gallons of milk and it costing $10. this is like crazy stuff. you know, the biden administration can say progress and it's all great, good, good, good, good, good. people don't feel like that when they go to the pump. people don't feel that way when
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they go to the grocery store. they know their dollar is not going as far as it did frankly under the trump economy. precovid, the trump economy, hands down the best historical economy in u.s. history. every single -- by every measure, women, minorities, the working class wages going up faster than any other class. here is charles payne. is he saying this downturn truly is heart-breaking and when you compare it to what we were living before the pandemic under the trump economy and policy it really is. take a listener. >> it really have heart-breaking to be quite honest with you because the nuances, the details of this report are more, quote: shocking than the headline itself. if you go back four months ago, overwhelmingly on wall street, the consensus was we were going to have several months in a row of several months of job gains. we hit that once. that was great. something has gone wrong.
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something has gone dramatically wrong. someone behind the scenes should be frantic. someone in this administration should be frantic because something is wrong and that's what we have got figure out. will: we talked about this a little bit earlier. part of the reason for the job numbers you are seeing are people choosing not to go back to work. our economy is suffering from a labor shortage. and you can see this in almost every industry. every small business owner and restaurant owner will tell you how difficult it is to keep their business in full working capacity. we see, by the way, the supply chain broken. we know we are suffering from a lack of truck drivers. ocean cargo containers stuck at sea right now. why you can't find your goods and services everywhere across our economy. fewer and fewer people are looking for jobs. historic number of 1 and a half job open for job seeker. everyone out there could fill one and a half jobs right now. i want to point out one other industry, rachel, suffering because this is a big one. >> this is the midst by the way
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of vaccine mandates pushing many people out of the healthcare industry. we also have a labor shortage when it comes to e.m.s. workers. this has led in center maine to julie kaiser, town manager for maine says the following when it comes to the covid-19 mandates. we are not just facing a crisis. we are in it. we are with the mandate coming in our service is losing three people. other services are looking at losing people and that exacerbates the problem. part of the problem is everybody thought workers would conform because nobody wants to lose their job. when you look at the rate of pay for emergency workers they can make more delivering packages than patients. rachel: that's really interesting how these policies are affecting not just e.m.s. workers. teachers and, you know, there is a lot of industries that people are saying, you know what? i'm close to retirement. i don't want to take the vaccine and they might just retire. you lose all that experience. i do think, will and pete, we talked about this a little earlier. this thing can be a little more
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dynamic. i think over the covid -- over the pandemic, when people were home, yes, some people got used to not working and are young and should be in the workforce and should be learning that work ethic that makes america great. there are other people, women in particular, who have young children, who were home and kind of saw what they were missing. and i think maybe holding out for a job that has more flexibility, maybe they are willing to make less money, if they can stay home with their kids. i know in my own family, that, you know, being home for the pandemic had a lot of impact on us in terms of looking at our work/life balance and how could we, you know, make some changes. i know i have to believe i'm not alone. pete: you are not alone. i know in my family we had that same experience. that the type of decision-making you want for members of families to be willing and able to take. but, when you add it all up. nonetheless, you still have numbers that are stark. and you mentioned -- we mentioned e.m.s. you mentioned nurses, workers. but you have got folks that man
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911 call centers. rachel: that's dangerous. >> nypd which currently doesn't have a full on mandate. they can do covid testing de blasio on his way out mandate to the nypd. so you already have shortages. now you are going to potentially force, you know, even if it's 10%, 5%, 15% of these places to make that decision. you get the early retirements. you get shortages. services get worse. you already have defund movement deincentivizing people to go into those industries. people retiring because they don't want to mandate. it seems these democratic leaders don't get it they say you are the problem if you don't want to get it in the process. will: problem for the poll numbers. you are the problem with everything if you have chosen your own personal path when it comes to your own personal medical care. now let's transition to this story and forgive me if i indulge a little bit of history. i'm always fascinating by this. the way there was forced compliance in places like east germany throughout much of the 20th century wasn't just by police in position.
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it wasn't just by the stazy. it was that they managed to turn neighbor on to neighbor. sometimes family member on to family members. in other words, the entire society became narcing society. spying on each other society. that's how you filled culture of conformance. tell me if this doesn't ring a bell. in the state of new jersey teachers encouraged by their union to record conversations with students and parents, their for vaccination status, their vaccination choices, their medical choices. that was encouraged by alexandria ocasio-cortez campaign all being dogged digitally for teachers to gather all of this data, gather all of these choices when it comes to parents and students within their classrooms. rachel: it's definitely data mining. but it is even creepier than that. so, the teachers are being
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trained encourage them to have the vaccine. then they are actually incentivized through gift cards for targeting or whatever log this information so then the teachers unions also could go to the government. who know what is could happen with this. this is absolutely crossing the line of what teaching the trust we place in teachers we trust our children to them. we don't trust them to them to coerce them to do a medical procedure that we don't approve of or, b to use them for data mining. here is senator holly she says this. to put our teachers in the attennable position of using their trust and influence over
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children and their parents to persuade them to make personal medical decisions the names, addresses and vaccination status of these children and parents into a searchable, political progressive data base created for and by congresswoman aoc's campaign team is unconscionable breach of privacy and ethics. it's political canvassing using our children's data and it borders on criminal. pete, what do you say? pete: you got to give them credit. they are just cutting out the middleman. screw it. everyone knows we are an arm of the democrat party. enter the data straight into reach dot vote. who do you think they are going to use it for? why go through the unions and all the lobbying and all of that. just do it because we know where our power base is the parents aren't going to be able to control this the school board has our school board. we control the school board any way all in the name of science. we are the good guys. we are the ones protecting your
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kids' evil parents who don't want to throw a mask on your 5-year-old. do it out in the open what they're doing behind the scenes. it's terrible. shouldn't have. >> organizing party and that's what they are doing. they are using our schools. our public schools that you pay tax dollars to to community organize for the democrat party. will: we are the good guys said every bad guy ever. rach totally, absolutely. well, we are going to move on to another topic and there are -- that is the brian laundrie story with gabby petino which as we hear there are no physical signs of brian laundrie that have been found in the swampy carlton reserve. pete: search conditions may be improving. will: the man wanted in connection with gabby petino's death. steve, good morning. >> good morning. that's right. conditions are getting better. it's a 24,000-acre preserve. most of it is covered by water. a lot of water moccasins and alligators in there.
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about 80 miles of hikable trails. conditions are improving as that water continues to recede. there has been no sighting of brian laundrie in that nature preserve. no campground discovered either. police now saying they did everything possible to keep tabs on brian laundrie legally before his disappearance. he is wanted, of course, as a person of interest in the case of gabby petino in her homicide and also for debit card fraud. laundrie's parents now changing a key detail of their story. they now say that brian laundrie left their home on september 1st. that's one day earlier than they said previously. and the pressure around here continues on the laundrie family. there was a plane flying overhead with a banner yesterday. flew right over their house saying justice for gabby and also the memorial here growing. hit hard by the element. officials say they will take down that memorial on tuesday and may replace it with a permanent memorial to gabby
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petino. guys, back to you. will: thank you so 67 steve. he is over here talking to dave. pete: we are talking about the teleprompter. i can't read the first line. will: get out. rachel: fix all the tech issues on air. pete: that's what we were yelling about. thank you, steve, for that great report. afghan commando sharing the disturbing relation of living under taliban rule with his fellow soldiers being beaten and tortured for attempting to stand against the regime. a green beret working to rescue stranded. will: a trigger warning that could pop up on your feed. ♪ ♪
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threaten former afghan commandos. scott mann is a former green beret and leader of task force pineapple a private group rescuing our allies in afghanistan. he joins us now. thank you for being here for all of your efforts. i know it doesn't surprise you at all that afghan commandos oho fought to the very end, many which don't have siv applications are the ones now being targeted by the taliban. >> yeah. that's right, pete. this taliban 2.0 walking down, hunting and exterminating these individuals, these groups that we recruited, advised and trained and by the way fought to the last bullet and every day we receive videos, photos, of these atrocities and pleas for help to get just their families out. it's a moral injury unlike i have seen being around the military for 30 years. pete: you raise a good point. these afghan commandos trained by guys like you did fight to
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the very end. yet, they were not on those planes that got out at kabul airport. is there any process by which these commandos could actually find their way to safety or is it a matter of time as they get hunted down? >> no, that's a great question, pete. what i will tell you and ask every veteran watching this to think about this right now. many of these commandos were loaded and manifested on buses outside of the kabul international airport gate waiting to be let in with engines running and the doors never opened. these are men and women who, again, fought to the last round who called us and said, sir, should i keep fighting or should i lay down my weapons? pete: wow. >> right now special immigration visa process does not allow for them to come in because they didn't work for our government. we're asking congress to make a provision to expand the special immigration visa so that we could bring these amazing warriors and their families who gave so much over to the united states and that's something that we're going to be talking to congress about very soon. pete: such a great point, you are right. the siv application process is
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all predicated on having worked with americans. you were fighting for the afghan government alongside us, you don't qualify. interesting. and i wish you the best in fighting for that change. it's needed. now, you are also working -- still working over land and over air to get afghan partners out of afghanistan. yet, the state department is now blaming some private charters, i don't know if it's task force pineapple or not, for inaccurate afghan refugee flight manifests. what can you tell us about the work you are doing, how you vet people. and what parts of our government are working with you and are some of them working against you? >> >> yeah, look, i mean i think there is work going on certainly with pineapple and all of the relevant entities in the u.s. government. it's not to the scale we would like to see. certainly, you know, any charters going out of the country inherently have a responsibility to have those man manifests as accurate as possible. let's not forget, pete, all of this is being done indirectly. none of this is on the ground doing this to fill a gap that would normally be filled by the
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u.s. government. there are going to be some discrepancies. pineapple wasn't in those. what i can say rather than placing blame on these citizen liaison networks what we need to do is work closer. this isn't the time for that you don't hear a lot of veteran groups blaming the biden administration. what you see veterans doing is putting their heads down and getting after it. that's what the rest of the country, i think be, should be doing as well. take a lesson from our combat veterans who are showing us what leadership looks like. pete: guys like you for sure. those early manifests, the first flights out, when people were clinging to planes and there was a lot of chaos in kabul. how buoy compare the accuracy of those manifests to the ones you are working on now? >> what i would impair it to is what we were doing during the early days of kabul internationals pete, what i can speak to there is we were presenting responsibly highly vetted special operations commandos, afghan special forces. we knew who they were and where they were and they trusted us. we would move them within feet
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of the gate where they would present a mere recognition signal that allowed them to be pulled through as highly vetted individuals who had fought with us in combat. i can't speak to what else happened on that gate. but i know that the ones we presented and the other citizen liaison networks the veterans presented these were highly vetted, highly thoroughly vetted individuals. pete: why do i have no doubt at all and i'm sure our viewers feel the same way that veterans groups working directly with their partners had a much better sense of who they were vetting and bringing in than often our government was in a much wider swathe. scott mann, you have been leading the charge on this. thank you so much for everything you are doing. appreciate. >> it thanks for having me,. pete: pete you got it, brother. all right, on his way out mayor de blasio is scrapping new york city's gifted and talented program for students. no more gifted and talented. in a push for what he calls equity. but is lowering the bar for everyone really the answer vivek ramaswamy says we are witnessing the death of american excellence right in front of our eyes.
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♪ rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends." new york city mayor bill de blasio announcing plans to end the public school system's gifted and talented program to push equity. de blasio saying the eareer are a of judging 4-year-olds on a single test is over. every new york city child deserves to reach their potential and new equitable model gives them that chance. is lowering the bar for everyone the answer? let's ask biotech entrepreneur vivek ramaswamy. vivek, so perfect to see you. you are perfect guy to speak to in my opinion. this disparity. 43% of asians are in this
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talentprogram. only 6% of blacks. he says you can look at these numbers and say this is clearly racist. >> this is just a symptom of a deeper american problem right now. we have an anti excellence mindset in this country that has completely sacrificed our pursuit of excellence in favor of this new cult of mandatory mediocrity. this new culture of victimhood. i think that the inner animal, the animal spirit at the heart of the american soul is about the pursuit of excellence. and we we have now domestic at this indicated that animal. culture of new cult of victimhood infecting one sphere of our lives after another. standardized test something now ridiculed as racist. talking about american exceptionalism is now considered off limits. and what i'm seeing, rachel, that excellence oriented statement is traveled oceans to lift up places like china we are wallowing and teaching kids to wallow in victimhood here. rachel: yeah. >> that's a culture problem for which the new york city issue is
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one symptom we need to talk about this more in the open. rachel: sends a terrible message to kids that somehow they can't achieve just because of their race. it's obviously the system, it's the man. i look at this as hispanic mom. my question is very different from what bill de blasio's conclusion is. i want to know what asian parents are doing right. i think maybe that's the kind of conversation we should be having. what do you think? >> i look -- instead of one group pulling another one down. rachel: yeah. >> all groups lifting each other up. that's what it means to be american. this culture of the unbridled pursuit of excellence and exceptionalism are at the heart of what it means to be american. rachel: yeah. >> whatever your skin color is. i think the loss of those ideals leaves this moral and cultural vacuum in its wake. i'm not exaggerating when i say when americans rallied behind the cry of make american great again. i don't think they were hungering for any one person they were hungering for the
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unapologetic pursuit of excellence itself. we are long overdue for a cultural revival that should begin in our schools with putting excellence first. bill de blasio is going the other direction. rachel: doesn't seem to be what parents want if you are looking at what is happening in school boards across america. we saw the reaction parents had when they saw how mediocre and i'd long call so much of the curriculum was when they finally saw it over zoom. i wonder vivek, what would happen if we applied this same idea that bill de blasio has to sports? should we have racial equity in basketball? in football? what would happen then? >> it's funny you mention this. i think that now we are going to get rid of varsity and junior varsity city distinction and all watch mediocrity on display friday into the football games. it's interesting you mentioned sports. controversial topic you we saw it on display at the olympics this year. simone biles pulls out at the height of competition.
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naomi osaka does the same thing they french open. what does the media do? they cheer that decision. is that entirely unrelated to these post modern theories of individual identity and victimhood? i don't think it is. is it unrelated to the fact that osaka gave up u.s. citizenship couple years ago? in a deeper sense maybe not. need to be talking about these issues from sports to academics to culture going after excellence unapologetically. that is what it means to be american. let's not be shy talking about it. that's what we need to revive across all races and skin colors. that's what is makes us american. rachel: i love it i'm glad you are leading these conversations. you are the right voice and the right person. thanks so much vivek for joining us. thanks for weighing in on this conversation. we do need a revival. we shouldn't be ashamed to be americans and to want excellence and for american to be great again. thanks a lot vivek. >> thank you. rachel: fox news cameras were rolling the moment cartel members opened fire at the southern border. as law enforcement deals with
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this chaos, the border czar is buying cupcakes in new jersey. senator marsha blackburn says the vice president has failed. you think? at handling this crisis. stay with us.
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pete: fox news capturing video of cartels firing into the border of the u.s. rachel: president biden's border czar kamala harris skipping the high level security talks with mexican officials to make a trip to the new jersey bakery to look at cupcakes and that delicious coconut cake. will: differ on the coconut cake. senator blackburn joins us live from mission, texas where she is getting a first-hand look at the crisis. as the vice president might solve the debate over and i over rachel coconut cakes. you were taking a firsthand look at the issue at hand, senator blackburn. what we see in that video is pretty shocking. that seems to be a growing chaotic situation in texas and mexico. >> it is, indeed a growing chaotic situation, will. and the border patrol and all these down here in operation lone star had invited me to come
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down and spend the day, work with them, see firsthand, number one issue with tennesseans is having a secure southern border. and you were showing the footage of the fire. what is so interesting, the cartel and there are three cartels that are working down here, they have great respect for the rule of law. the border patrol wants to do their job. the biden administration will not let them. the cartels are afraid of the texas national guard and texas law enforcement, so they're getting really bold because they know biden is weak. they know they can start to create more chaos here on the border as they try to force this humanitarian crisis here at our southern border. this is something that, you know, these cartels are taking such advantage. and are causing such harm to
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these families that are trying to come in to the u.s. illegally. it is a very sad situation. it is a dangerous situation. and as i heard yesterday from ranchers, property owners, the cbp, the texas law enforcement, this is a national security, a humanitarian and a healthcare issue. rachel: it absolutely is. i will tell you, beyond the spanish language television throughout this since biden has been elected. doing the smuggling spanish, were doing this the laws have changed. biden says we can do this. we are going to take advantage of this situation. and you are right, it is so dangerous. what is fascinating to me, senator, is that we were supposedly getting kamala harris, who as you saw is at the bakery instead of the border, she was supposed to be addressing the root causes. ever since these policies have happened. ever since she has become border
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czar, the cartels are stronger than ever. and they are creation more chaos, more instability in mexico and central america because they are richer than ever. >> that is right: they are making millions of dollars. i had a rancher yesterday look at me and said where's kamala? i want to know where she is. she was supposed to solve this problem. the ranchers are having to spend tens of thousands of dollars to protect their property. you have families coming from 150 different countries around the world and they are spending tens of thousands of dollars to get across this border because the cartel is telling them oh, you know, we'll smuggle you in. and they are endangering these children. some of these children are coming by themselves. rachel, it is heart-breaking. they have found children who have died. they have found children who are
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left in the middle of nowhere as young as 5, 6, 7 years old by these cartels. the cartels are not afraid of this administration and, as you said, right now, they are more brazen, they are bolder, they are endangering these lives. they know that the u.s. taxpayer dollar is going to help carry that person from the waters edge to wherever it is they are going in the united states. and as you said, all the time, the cartel gets richer. they are making millions of dollars every week. this needs to stop. pete: you are right. senator, we are grateful for your time. unfortunately we are out of time. you are down there getting the real story while the vice president is not. we also know you are on top of this story. the attorney general who is going after parents when it turns out his daughter is actually working with groups that are pushing crt. we are out of time. we know you are working on multiple things at one time.
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the administration not quite capable of that and we hope to have you back to talk about that. thank you, senator marsha blackburn. >> thank you. pete: we have a few more additional headlines this morning including this a 13-year-old boy is shot and killed on his way to school in philadelphia. police say the teen was in a car just blocks away from campus. when someone approached and opened fire. neighbors say the boy had just turned 13 the day before his death. police are still searching for the shooter. they do not believe the boy was the intended target. and senate g.o.p. leader mitch mcconnell vows republican also not help democrats raise the debt ceiling later this year. one time. mcconnell accusing schumer of poisoning the well after railing against republicans during his speech following the senate's debt ceiling vote. 11 republicans voted with democrats to raise the debt ceiling. the extension lasts until december. and joe manchin went viral when he put his hands over his face right there during schumer's
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speech. i don't know how he handled it all. and those are your headlines. will: if you are in to d.c. drama and behind the scenes, you know, machiavellian relationship stuff. right now what's going on with the democratic party is worthy of a television series. rachel: oh, yeah, what chuck schumer just did in that speech, that's all about aoc. pete: it was campaign speech. rachel: all about aoc he is so afraid of her running against him is he going to turn himself into her. it's like her in reverse drag or something. with. will: turn to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth. rachel: rick not in drag. are a. rick: that took a turn i didn't expect at all. but nice, thanks for keeping us all on our toes there rachel. rachel: you got it. rick: here are the temps weighing up this morning. central plains back up into the 80's and 90's. not feeling at all like fall out across the west. that's where the temperatures are certainly much cooler. i will show that you in a he could is.
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pretty significant moisture coming in across parts of the mid-atlantic throughout the day today and into tomorrow, actually tomorrow a little more towards the northeast. all part of this little area of low pressure that we're kind of monitoring for maybe some sort of tropical development. i don't think that is very likely. and if it would happen, it would eventually pull away from shore. so not too worried about that. but what it is going to do keep the seas fret were rough here over the next couple of days and coastal areas getting a lot of moisture. take a look at this out across the west. had a lot of activity. great news we need it. one other spot across the northern plains. nordz, south dakota a lot of rain. a lot of drought going on there. this moisture will be very beneficial. all right, guys, back to you. will: thanks, rick. appreciate it. pete: stick around, dan bongino joins us live at the top of the hour. will: plus, nba players are not allowed to play in some places unless they get vaccinated. clay travis calls out the policy next. ♪ ♪
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will: mandating it for professional athletes. outkick founder tray classifies clay travis.we know you are in r state. i think you are wearing the wrong colors there. [laughter] will: good morning my tv is off. >> i wore this shirt for you, will. i had my maroon on. will: i had the burnt orange towel on don't worry. kyrie irving can't play games. am i right? i believe i have that correct. kyrie is still one of these guys that won't be able to play? >> that's right, will. this is all crazy. so, i thought really kind of bringing home the kyrie irving situation jonathan isaac who spoke so eloquently about the fact that he had already had covid and that's why he was choosing not to get the vaccine. he walked through all the restrictions the nba had for him as an unvaccinated player. but to me, will, the one that stands out you think my goodness what in the world are we doing here is? he is allowed or jonathan isaac
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is to play in nba games but he is not allowed to eat meals with his team he has to be quarantined from them during meals. for kyrie irving and people who might be trying to play in new york, l.a. or san francisco, you are not eligible to play basketball unless you are vaccinated. this is pure unadulterated madness. it's not scientific. and so we will see whether or not kyrie irving is going to be willing or able to continue this as he wouldn't be eligible as you mentioned, will, to play in the new york city area and that's at least half the games that the nets would be playing. and then if you went to new york or sorry san francisco or l.a. he wouldn't be eligible there either. will: no, you are absolutely right. quick plug i had jonathan isaac on the will cain podcast this last week. an hour with him. is he so impressive, so educated. so right on all of these issues, i would encourage to you pick it out. before that, the week before that an hour with clay travis. so you can also listen to that conversation on the will cain podcast. let's run through some college
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football here on fox today. let's start with your take on maryland vs. ohio state. that's at noon on fox, clay. >> yeah. it's going to be right after the game. right after the pregame show we are doing here. big noon kickoff. i think, will that is intriguing game. if you watched maryland, they got absolutely obliterated by iowa. embarrassed last friday night in a game they were playing in college park, maryland. had seven turnovers. as a result, i think they will bounce back. be a little bit better. ohio state ran roughshod over rutgers. this is closer than the line of 21. i would lean towards maryland. i think ohio state wins by around 14. you know i love to gamble. i'm on maryland plus 21. will: you took the points. to your point, the big ten is fascinating. texas ou. this is an awesome game. penn state vs. iowa. these are the two best teams right now in the big 10. and they are about to decide who is the frontrunner in that
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reference, clarify. >> yeah, no doubt. and iowa in particular because they are in the big 10 west. is going to take a massive step towards advancing the big 10 title game if they can beat penn state because their schedule isn't very difficult the rest of the play. believe it or not, we are at the halfway point for many of these teams in college football. meanwhile penn state has been one of the great surprises so far of the season. can they become even more of a bona fide contender in the big ten east by going on the road and beating iowa. i like the under here and i think it's going to be an old school three yards and a cloud of dust style game, will. and i also like penn state to get the win on the road penn stadium in iowa. will: same bet for me penn state over iowa. >> little bit nervous. will: we have been on opposite sides quite a bit. the night game here on fox? >> >> part of usc season is going to be who is their new football
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coach going to be. as a result they're kind of rudderless right now without great leadership. i like utah and kyle who has built a grade program i like usc as we roll into the midpoint of pac-12 season. kick back and have a beer or two to kick off saturday night should be a fun one. will: catch clay on the big noon kickoff 10:00 a.m. on this show. switch over to fox if you like. also follow along with make own bet super 6 where you can stack the cash. the more people who enter today's stack the cash football contest the bigger the jackpot. don't forget to invite your friends scan the qr code. download the app. and play for free. winners last weekend and now given away more than 5 million bucks as the app. launch you had two years ago. clay, i know you are in college station, really quickly. where did you go on texas ou? what's your bet on that.
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>> i'm on your boys, will, i like texas plus the points. oklahoma has not been very impressive. i like texas to win outright. also cover. i'm looking forward to watching that one at noon eastern. will: you went to yale practice in college station i hope had you fun. >> yes. up early with you guys. good to see you, will. will: we appreciate it more "fox & friends" coming up. ♪ it will not work for everyone. imbruvica is the #1 prescribed oral therapy for cll, and it's proven to help people live longer. imbruvica is not chemotherapy. imbruvica can cause serious side effects, which may lead to death. bleeding problems are common and may increase with blood thinners. serious infections with symptoms like fevers, chills, weakness or confusion and severe decrease in blood counts can happen. heart rhythm problems and heart failure may occur especially in people with increased risk of heart disease, infection, or past heart rhythm problems. new or worsening high blood pressure, new cancers, and tumor lysis that can result
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♪♪ rachel: wide awake, it's bright and early all the way over there in texas. good morning, everyone. good morning, will and pete, the two morning show hosts who are twinning it today, wearing matching tieses, matching shoes -- ties. same socks on.
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it's their pumpkin spice day -- will: every once many a while i look up and think we look ridiculous -- pete: i think we look great. will: we fall into some of the same body postures -- rachel: they're turning into each other. will: it's embarrassing and unplanned. this is the fourth hour of "fox & friends." by the way, i was many dallas, texas, just yesterday, the state fair of texas, and we tried out some fry food. that's a little chicken and waffles, not best choice. should have gone fried oreos, fried reeses, fried bacon, fried butter. a little too complicated -- pete: you said fried beer too -- will: which i haven'ted had. pete: when you said that, you said it was the winner of fried contest in 2010. rachel: how do you fry beer?
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i don't get it. pete: great question. will: i don't know either. pete: that means you need to try it. rachel: one of the things we learned about the texas state fair, which looks fun, we cover it with lawrence jones, is that they don't do cheese kurds at the texas -- pete: we'll have the a work on that. rachel: texas is so great about everything or, but that you don't have beer-battered cheese curds -- will: don't even know what they are. rachel: we've got to fix that. pete: how'd your boys like it? will: they had a great time. we went to the pig races. pete: share a couple of the names. will: brad pig, nancy piglosi -- [laughter] rachel: that's awesome. pete: those races are fun. rachel: let's bring in somebody who might like all those names, actually the last one in particular, dan bongino, host of
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unfiltered, the dan bongino show. always great to have you here. what do you think? >> just watching will and pete with the exact same suit on -- [laughter] this is so hilarious. i've been watching since six in the morning. i had to go to a track meet for my daughter, and i swear, fox social media, if you're on your game, you'll do who wore it better. i know, i know, will. pete always wins that. will: he's going to win. he's going to win. [inaudible conversations] will: that and it's over for me, dan. >> i know. rachel: why don't you just get one? >> will, in your defense, we all lose to pete. fox hosts, get on that. will: dan, we want to get your take on this, it is the jobs numbers that just came out. 194,000 jobs added, way below half a million that were expected.
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unemployment rate goes down, but part of the calculus there, daning is there's fewer people -- dan, is there's fewer people looking for jobs. 184,000 people have left the work force. what's your take? >> you know, will, how is it, right, that liberals are so uniquely bad at this governing thing? i mean, you and i both know that that's liberal spin, right? not necessarily on democrats, but government is great, it'll solve our problems, the health care problem, the jobs problem, the schooling problem, that's the liberal -- something i'm saying that's out of line, it's true. liberals have the unique ability to solve the world's problems. conservatives think individuals, free come, that kind of -- freedom, that kind of stuff. just get out of the way. how the hell are they so uniquely bad at this? who sat around the table and said, fellas, rachel, got an idea, we're going to print a bunch of money to pay a bunch of
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people to stay home, and then when they stay home and don't produce stuff, we're going to print more money for people to go out and buy stuff that people never produce if because we paid them not to work. and let me i throw in this there -- this in there, when businesses open, let's lock are 'em down again and make 'em do vaccine mandates. and is a bunch of idiots sat around the table, liberals, and they're like, hey, that's a good idea. how are these so people uniquely unqualified for this? it is stunning how they screwed -- rachel: and what's worse, dan, is they just had to look back about a year and a half and see what trump was doing and go, oh, my god, the economy was amazing. record breaking, you know, never in the history of the united states have we had such a great economy. it's not like a theory, it was happening, and they undid it. it's heartbreaking. >> right. it's not a conspiracy theory. it actually happened.
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rachel: yes! >> it's not theoretical. we had the lowest black and hispanic unemployment in decades, labor force participation after the obama years had finally started to tick up well over 60%, we had tax a rates and investment, we had trillions flowing back from discover seas into the united states -- overseas. those are actual numbers. it's not a theory. this is fact in the future, time is linear. that happened. like, the future hasn't happened. the past hasn't happened. so your point is so accurate. like, how are you guys sod bad at this? we gave you the template for it, and you idiots still messed this up. pete: no, and you think back you remember ten months ago when we were energy independent? gave that one away too. why not? you mentioned people sitting around thinking this must be a good idea. well, a bunch of people must have thought let's send joe biden out there and tell the american people this is all progress. this is what he said.
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>> jobs up, wages up, unemployment down. that's progress. when you take a step back and look at what's happening, we're actually making real progress. we're making consistent, steady progress. progress. progress. progress. progress. we're making progress. pete: we know what the9 theme was at his fake white house set there, dan. >> pete, it makes you wonder, right, what the left has to get for orwellian news speak. progress? what's your definition of progress? have you tried dictionary.com? seriously. it makes you wonder though, like at fox you guys go out, you're in diners, will was at the fair, you're real americans who go to work for a living. are you actually talking to anyone? i'm not kidding when i say i live in florida. i'm not pretending it's some scientific study, but i have not spoken to a business owner yet, not one -- and i'm talking restaurants, you know, department -- people recognize
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you, they come up, they want to chat. i've not spoken to one yet who hasn't said, listen, we've got a problem. we can't find anyone to work. will: no doubt. >> and how do you think it sounds to them, president, for the president -- pete, for the president in name only to say, no, no, it's all progress, we're doing great. just tell the truth, cut the crap. rachel: exactly. and let's just follow this theme all the way through, dan. i mean, at the border, again, something that was working that they undid, obvious what they did. they got rid of remain in mexico, they put back in catch and release. i mean, every policy that wasn't working prior to trump that trump fixed, the border was fixed, and now they're also trying to say, no, what you're seeing isn't real. this gunfire that's coming across the border isn't real, the border's closed, and we know what's happening. listen to this. will: there's no sound on this
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one, but i'm sure you've seen that video, dan -- >> i have. rachel: oh, i thought -- pete: and as someone pointed out to me, that's tracer fire. that's every fifth round. this is a machine gun shooting across our border. >> right, pete. if you're not -- right. with the trained eye where, more people need to understand what this is, right? i haven't seen tracers since secret service training, right? tracers, you know, because they're a little bit more expensive and stuff, you don't load them every single round. like you said, every fifth round, every tenth round to kind of see your path of fire, right? i haven't seen this stuff since training. this is going on at the border. like, it's just crazy. and, rachel, that's why i started off the segment because i knew we were going to talk about, again, i want to ask the question i started with. how the hell are they so uniquely unqualified, liberals, the act of governing? trump handed them the template. to be fair the, was it perfect? no, of course.
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we still had illegal immigration, contact at the border, but numbers were dramatically low. build the wall, tough rhetoric on illegal immigration. none of this was hard, none of it was complicated, and yet they even screwed that up. will: makes you wonder -- >> how are they so uniquely unqualified to govern? it's really incredible. will: it makes you wonder if they're not unqualified, if they're not incompetent -- >> will, i'm not afraid to say it. they're not stupid, this has to be intentional. they're not dumb. will: it's an issue of priorities, right? it's more than that because we see the campaign build back better, reset. we are going to focus on things that are absolutely -- here's kamala harris, by the way. in this case she's focusing on cupcakes, but there's a deeper thing going on, dan, isn't there, in that, look, yeah, there's fewer people working, but that's by design. there's chaos at the border, but
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that's by design. you can't be incompetent on everything. >> no. and i think what's going on right now is biden knows he's a one-termer, right? he understands that. someone got in his ear and said, listen, the radical left's where it's at. that's where the money and energy is in the party. you could be the next fdr. now, it's clear some sane people probably got in his ear and said, well, you'll destroy the country in the process, and he doesn't care. i mean, he legit matily is too weak to say is -- remember, even bill clinton had that sister soldier moment where he was like, hey, you know what? this isn't my kind of thing, we've got to appeal to mainstream, working class americans. it was bill clinton who gave the speech the era of big government is over. bill clinton with newt gingrich on welfare reform. bill clinton right now would be a conservative republican in office. this guy is legit going to ruin the country, and i'm not kidding. we can't take three more years of this crap. rachel: yeah. we're on the road to socialism, there's no question in my
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mind -- >> no question. rachel: the conditions, whether it's the crime, what's happening at the border, it just feels very third world. pete: no, you're right. and when you said, will, an issue of priorities, why we not energy independent anymore? they're obsessed with climate change. will: right. pete: they're going to be the heroes of the weather, and we all get to live there while we pay for gas. that's right. dan, you've got a big show tonight, unfiltered, 10 p.m. who do ya got? >> folks, please don't miss the show. three quick things. there was a segment i saw on martha maccallum's show talking about a virus they found in the wuhan lab that's not coronavirus is. folks, conot miss this segment. -- do not miss this segment. i hit it over to pete in the show, we were like, did that just happen? i've got a facebook former employee, that whole whistleblower thing is a trap, she totally exposes that. and i do a monologue about the
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surveillance state we're turning into, to rachel's point, how we're turning into a socialist country. i've got the evidence. don't miss the show tonight, and thank you all for doing guest segments on it. i appreciate you taking the time, rachel, sean, pete, you've been -- will: happy to do the show, and you're right, that facebook thing -- >> total trap. will: we'll be watching. thanks, dan. "the new york times" forced to make a massive correction. this is crazy, this correction. did you see the numbers on this? how bad -- rachel: no, i didn't see the numbers, okay. will: they overstated how many children have been hospitalized with covid. the host of the big saturday show will join us to react. pete: and as will and i know full well, all year -- [laughter] pumpkin spice. rachel: they're not just wearing it, they're gonna eat it! [laughter] pete: some unique recipes to celebrate the fall. ♪ ♪ i guess you're just what i
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♪ will: "the new york times" is in hot water after massively misreporting the number of children hospitalized by
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covid-19. the correction reading: the article also misstates the number of covid hospitalizations in u.s. children. it's more than 63,000 from august 2020 to the october 2021, not 900,000 since the beginning of the pandemic. 63 from 900. here to react are the hosts of the big saturday show, joe concha, aishah hasnie and guy benson. good morning. guy, that is such a big mistake that you begin to wonder, is it a mistake? are you even trying to get it right? >> and that wasn't the only mistake in the correction. the correction was, like, a long paragraph with three or four other errors in this story. and i think it's such an important question to answer how significant is the risk of covid to children. the data has shown us that the risk is actually, thank god, extremely low. and to have the true statistics completely butchered by "the new
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york times," forcing them to issue really an embarrassing correction, i think, is emblematic of the way we've had this entire discussion in our country especially about children in schools for the last year and a half. and the last thing i would point out, by the way, is that this reporter is the same reporter who had previously tweeted that in her opinion the lab leak theory on the origins of covid was a racist theory or at least had racist undertones. maybe she should focus on getting facts right and doing less opining, especially wrong opining and race-baiting opining. will: these three the will be joined on the big saturday show by emily campagno who, i believe, is with us us right now. i think we can expand the boxes. there's emily -- [laughter] good morning. >> happy saturday to you all. will: glad to have you with us as well, emily. hey, joe, the guidance out there, this is an incredibly
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important question, what is the risk of hospitalization from covid for childrensome we know, by the way, it's infinitesimally small. i got fact-checked on something like this. i was right, by the way. it makes me wonder, joe, what are fact checkers now anyway? they seem to be just another name for propagandists. >> paid vacation for the next 48 months during the biden administration. wow, great job. let's not kill "the new york times" on this one, they're only off by 837,000. and as a parent of a kindergartner and a second grader, i saw that story being share on facebook by moms saying they were very concerned saying, what are we doing? the old saying that a lie travels halfway around the world before the truth gets its pants on. social media, it travels a million times around the world. and it's nice that the new york times corrected this, but the
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allegation got major attention while the exoneration is barely mentioned outside of us talking about the it. and, you know, it's funny because there's a selective outrage aspect with reporting around covid as well because national media was k34r50e79ly focus -- completely focused on florida and texas when cases spiked, and now that cases are down, the attention goes away because fear sells and that's what some in media specialize in, fear and division, guys. will: i want to go back to this are you even trying idea. when you get something this wrong, to me from this distance, it looks like you start with the conclusion, and then you try to shape the data to fit your conclusion. in this case, "the new york times" is starting from the conclusion everybody must get vaccinated. so now the data just has to follow that conclusion. i don't know any oh way to explain -- other way to explain how you can get something so wrong. >> i think it is troublesome to think about the number of levels of editors an article has to go through before it's ever
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published, so that really does question how many different eyeballs were on this before it finally was published because i know, you know, in the newsrooms i've worked at, it has to go through a number of managers before it ever makes it in front of somebody's eyes. this is the reason why so many americans mistrust the media, and when one media outlet does something wrong, it hurts the rest of us. i think there was a gallup poll that was recently released this week, and it stated only 7% of americans have a great deal of trust in newspapers and tv media. what does that say about the state of affairs that we're in right now? and when it comes to covid, i mean, think about how many people are just sick of it, right? they're sick of what they're hearing. they're hearing consistent things depending -- different things depending on what channel they're watching, what newspaper they're reading. my brother is a doctor, and he complains all the time about information coming in with
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information -- patients coming in with information from social media, and they bring in all these stats and figures, and he's like, no. my advice always is, gosh, talk to your medical professional, talk to the doctor that you trust, talk to an expert that you trust and get information from them because i think covid is has especially taught us that there is a lot out there that isn't is always right. will: yeah. emily, we're short on time, but the thing is, it's insane motivation we've seen play out, and that is fear. fear sells, fear manipulates. >> that's exactly right. andi just encourage viewers to look at the original dissemination of the false information and the correction. joe mentioned how many times the lie goes around the world before the truth gets its pants on, and the same happens in this digital world. that is why algorithms that exist only amplify things that are hurtful, divisive, violent and sort of along those lines rather than the corrections and
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the truth. so unfortunately, i don't see that weight factor, that weight imbalance really correcting anytime soon. it's up to everyone else to stick with this network and to stick with the absolute fact. will: i'm glad we got the brady bunch boxes up, got emily in here. watch these individuals on the big saturday show tonight at five. joe, what are you guys going to be talking about? >> this will be, will, and i'll put my own prediction on this, the greatest show on fox news this saturday -- [laughter] this side of "fox & friends" weekend. anyway, tune in, 5 p.m. eastern, 2 p.m. in reno. aloha. [laughter] will: 2 p.m. in reno. all right. you guys have fun today. we'll be watching. coming up, joe by jones, he just -- joey jones, he just returned from nashville for the second annual american spread sporting clay shoot. a look at his time in the music city, next. ♪
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♪ pete: welcome back. well, marine lieutenant colonel stuart shelter after his aconcern shelter is facing a special court-martial hearing next week formally charged with six violations. scheller was jailed, in part, for his calls for a revolution. here now to react is our friend joey jones. joey, thanks for being here. my understanding is he was given an powerful of a general discharge -- an offer of a general discharge. he's said he did something from the beginning but believes it should be an honorable
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discharge. what do you think of the recent charges and where this goes from if here? >> yeah. first of all, i don't blame him for fighting for an honorable discharge. we have people who commit if heinous crimes, they get it, and six months later they're able to upgrade their discharge. it's a little bit of a game that the military plays there. but i think you'd be hard-pressed to find a general officer or even a colonel in the marine corps that doesn't understand why he has been charged. i think the biggest rub is the fact they put him in the brig to begin with, the fact it looks like they're throwing everything in the book at him, trying to make an example out of him. meanwhile, we have people like general mckenzie who, you know, only one of the three who testified before congress who took accountability, but at the end of the day he's responsible for 13 of our service members dying, 10 civilians dying in a drone strike. all of that happened under his direct command, and there's no accountability there which is exactly what the lieutenant colonel is talking about. as a marine, part of me says,
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hey, this is not how we do things. but as an american and also a marine, a big part of me also says where's the accountability for those who really screwed up -- pete: no, you're right. and the colonel's acknowledged he was going to get in trouble for this, knew he was breaking the chain of command. one of the charges is dereliction in performance of duty which dose to your -- goes to your other point, how is there no recognition of that anywhere up the chain? >> yeah. let's take these six charges, i don't have them in front of me, and let's overlay them on several events and instances that have happened in the past several years. we had an incident where a marine corps base was overran, airplanes, billion dollar aircraft were saab strategied, and -- sabotaged, and it became a big conspiracy not because it happened, but because the junior officers were punished, and the senior officers weren't. and that's the problem we have many our military today. accountability goes downhill instead of uphill, and that's not how it's goesed concern it's
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supposed to work. pete: not to dimension the commander of the joint chiefs talking on and off the record. exactly. joey, you were recently in nashville for the second annual tim montana and friends clay shoot. tell us about it. >> yeah. you know, this was a fantastic time. it was good people, a good cause and, leapt me tell you -- let me tell you, i got to shoot some sporting clays with amazing people. let's take a look. ♪ >> guys, we're in nashville, tennessee, tim montana and friends sporting clay shoot. >> good time. the concert -- ♪ if. ♪ >> shoot shotguns. >> it's an all-american jamboree. >> i'm having a blast. all these people getting together on one day.
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pull. [gunfire] >> right on target. that's the most i've missed today. [laughter] get that out of here. pull. >> the leader of the pack. pete: oh, the leader of the pack. looks pretty awesome there, joey. [laughter] >> yeah, that was a great time. really, real quick, thank god for people like tim montana. that guy was up there at 4:00 in the morning until 10:00 at night, he's the reason this event happened. and we need people like him in this country to remind the rest of us how much we appreciate our men and women in uniform. pete: well said and well done. if you want to donate to children of the fallen patriots foundation, go to american thread shoot.com.
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this is a big supply chain mess, and the best way i can explain it is imagine you're in a concert or a big event, and you're trying to get a lyft or uber, and there's surge pricing. you just can't get one because there are not enough containers to go around. and, actually, the biggest shortage is trucker. for every container that needs to be moved in the united states, we have about 500 containers waiting for drivers, so it's a real problem. rachel: what's your explanation? >> well, it's one of these crazy things, and i don't know how to explain this well, but imagine you have, like, a woven cotton blanket ask is you somehow pull on a thread somewhere, it tightens up other places. we've heard about the suez canal getting blocked, this is a port in china that shut down for a week, chicago got overloaded, so they shut down for a week, and all these micro-disruptions have created mass chaos because everything was so tightly coordinated that when one little
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piece starts going awry, it's just backed up all over the place. rachel: so even when the shipping container gets here and finally gets unloaded, you can't even ship the empty container back, correct? >> that's right. we've actually incurred almost a million dollars in charges -- rachel: oh, my god. >> and those are fees that we pay when containers come into port and we can't pick it up, we get fined. when we're done unloading, we want to take it back, the port can't take it back, but we still get fined. rachel: and, obviously, those costs are going to get passed on to consumers. anything that the government can do? i haven't herald a lott from pete buttigieg, our transportation secretary. anything that he can do? >> we actually suggested that the department of transportation and mr. buttigieg actually create a supply chain czar that comes in and helps autoall these different agencies, the unions,
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the truckers, all work together, maybe hire a private if outside firm so it can move faster than the government because these parties usually compete with each other. they need to work together like a well-oiled machine to try and offload these delays. you look at the port of long beach in california, and they have an unprecedented number of ships anchored out at sea because they can't get unloaded. there's not truckers to take the containers out of the port. ray it's a mess. -- rachel:. it's a mess. hopefully, we'll get to the bomb. this so our economy concern bottom of this so we can get back to work. >> for sure. rachel: thank you, max. will? will: thank you so much, rachel. we begin headlines with this, all california students will soon be required to compete an ethnic studies course in other words to graduate, governor newsom signing a bill mandating the curriculum saying it teaches
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about diverse communities and academic engagement. schools will be required to offer the course starting in 2025. tonight former president donald trump takes the stage in iowa. he will speak at the iowa state fairgrounds as he says the 2022 midterms will be his top priority. you can watch president trump's speech in its entirety on fox nation. and those are your headlines. rachel: i have to say, i read the article about california introducing the ethnic studies classes, and i read the names of the classes, and it looks like all those b.s. classes that they have at universities, you know, on ethnic stus and everything -- studies and everything is through this racial lens, this stuff is crazy. it's now coming to your high school in california. pete: -- could name the classes.
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rachel: we should have a contest. [laughter] will: only law school. pete: you're right. will: let's turn to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth with our fox weather forecast. rick: guys, we need meteorology classes mandatory for high school -- rachel: they'll have to be the racial. somehow find a racial angle to your weather. go! [laughter] rick: i want the meteorology courses. i don't want any of the other stuff. i'm just advocating for national standards in meteorology courses. testimonies across the plains today, around 25 degrees above average for this time of year. we've got a lot going on. one storm across the eastern part of the country and another storm across western parts of the country, and this is actually going to be a series of storms today bringing a lot of rain across parts of north dakota, south dakota, minnesota, some spots 2-4 inches. this will be very beneficial rain. but behind this, we have more energy coming in, and we're
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going to be talking about our first if really big snowstorm monday or tuesday this week across the rockies. and a lot of this active energy is going to be spurring some severe weather. normally we've got it in the spring, but we do have a secondary severe weather season in the fall, and that is especially going to start tomorrow, chance of tornadoes across oklahoma, into arkansas, looks like monday a little bit and tuesday, again, maybe even a bigger threat. a very active week coming up. guys? rachel: i heard snowstorm. that's white, that's racist. [laughter] pete: can't control her. can only hope to contain her. [laughter] rick, thank you very much, appreciate it. [laughter] all right. now, listen to this one, you've got to get tickets for the fox nation patriot awards. they're going fast. it's on november 17th in hollywood. not hollywood, hollywood, florida, where they're open, and is we're all going to be there. "fox & friends" week cay will be there, tucker, laura, sean will be there, dan bonn bonginos
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going to be there -- rachel: i'll be there! pete: i said us. all of us will be there on this set. and it's more than just an awards show, and it is, it's a celebration of america, but it's also an event. you're going to get to meet people, book signing, shows broadcasting live from there. tickets are not -- they're reasonable, and you're going to get your money's worth because it's celebrating america. november 17th, go to foxnation.com/patriotawards. we would love to meet you and see you there. will: absolutely. rachel: we're all going to be there. it'll be fun. thanks, guys. [laughter] all right. do you want to spice up your life? wow. well, i don't know if the next segment is -- it sounds like it's about pumpkin spice. our chef is whipping up some unique recipes celebrating fall flavors. stay with us. ♪ ♪ ee trees of green ♪
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♪♪ pete: well, will and i have clearly been celebrating pumpkin all morning wrong. will: my turn to read. now we're going to include all of you with some pumpkin spice recipes. rachel: here to show us is george duran.
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give it to us. we want fall foods. >> yeah, and you don't have to overdo pumpkin spice. just by using the spice, that'll give the fall warmth, and the first thing we're going to do is make a pumpkin squash tart. add some honey to sweeten it up, and then you're going to grab a piece of toast, spread some on top of it. this is going to be your face, because on top of it is going -- the base. i've used veggy spiral squash. you pop it in the microwave, directly in there, you have these beautiful spirals that go right on top. super convenient. and once you put that on top of there, you're going to top it with a little honey, a little walnuts and have this wonderful, warm fall flavors in there. rachel: that tastes like fall. amazing. >> super easy to make. pete: it's pretty good. >> it's nice, right?
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rachel: [inaudible] will: this is what i'm excited about. >> pumpkin spice cornbread, we've got the brown sugar, the butter, flour, eggs, and, of course, the pumpkin spice -- rachel: yeah. >> and then the most important thing, if you want to soup up your corn bread, again, that bird's eye super sweet corn, it adds some sweetness -- rachel: and good texture, right? >> exactly right. making these cupcake things, add a little bitter and honey to it as well and what comes out, i'm telling you, cornbread with that real corn -- will: the honey butter. >> all the white wine, fall sangria -- rachel: i love how you say sangria. will speaks spanish -- [laughter] [inaudible conversations] >> a little bit of apple brandy,
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cinnamon whiskey, go ahead and cut some apples, or oranges and pears, mix that up, let that cool off -- wait, we've got to top it with real stuff, real cream. i love it. and then you add a little bit more of that right on top. >> this muffin is amazing, by the way. all right. chef george duran, this is awesome. this is the way to ring in the fall. pete: always deliver, chef. rachel: and it perfectly matched your tie. pumpkin spice. we want to know who wore it best? the results are in. ♪ -- traveled the world and the seven seas -- ♪ everybody's looking for something. ♪ some of them want to use you. ♪ some of them want to get used by you ♪♪ i'm a work in progress. so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it.
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