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and i also wrote a chapter. "justice with judge jeanine" is next. remember i'm watters and this is my world. ♪. o say can you see by the dawn's early light, what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ ♪, whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, o'er the ramparts we watched were so
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gallantly streaming ♪ ♪ and the rocket's 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 ♪ will: welcome to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning in the middle of october, in the middle of the fall.
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will cain, pete hegseth, rachel campos duffy. we saw the beautiful shot of the superdome, we always play the national anthem on saturday and sunday. when we think of the non-patriotic song, we always think of lee green weed. what comes after lee greenwood? toby keith. does willie nelson, city of new orleans count? i get patriotic with, john mellencamp little pink houses. it may not be patriotic but makes you feel patriotic. rachel: i used say that with born in the usa. i don't feel anything about it. will: i'm not a big spring steen but it wasn't meant toby on the surface. pete: maybe "sweet caroline"
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red sox sing at the 7th inning stretch the interesting thing you look kind of british. you're very dapper. is it coming across on the tv. this is like a beautiful dark green played, very handsome. will: top of the morning to you. rachel: wow, it will be a good show. pete: we're glad you're here. stick with us. we start with heartwrenching new details in the ambush killing of a houston deputy. rachel: this as president biden pays tribute to nearly 500 officers who died in the line of duty between 2019 and 2020. will: alexandria hoff is live in washington. reporter: good morning. it is hard morning in terms of what president biden said in his speech. it would be a tough day to condemn law enforcement. the houston deputy who was killed was a new dad who
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returned from paternity leave. the deadly violence injured two more uniform deputies unfolded after 3:00 a.m., they were working security outside after supports bar. they were in the process of arresting a robbery suspect, a second sus he can rushed the scene with a rifle and ambushed them from behind. >> multiple units out here. 36 is down. see progress on him. 15 is down as well. reporter: deputy kareem atkins 30 years old died. he leaves behind a infant. the other two deputies remain hospitalized. hours later yesterday president biden portrayed from his party's progressive sentiments saying rebeau being calls for defund the police. i did so at the peace officer's memorial service. >> 2020 was the deadliest year for law enforcement on record.
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we're here to remember nearly 500 of your brothers and sisters. when you look at what you're communities need and what you're being asked to do, there is going to be more resources, not fewer resources to help you do your job. i proposed we invest again in community policing we know works. reporter: promising more resources there. yesterday the service paid tribute to 491 officers who died in the line of duty between 2019 and 2020. will, pete. rachel: thank you, alexandria. fascinating, sad, we report on the killings all the time, i literally turned to pete what was that number we read? almost 500 in a year. pete: killed in the line of duty. you could barely hear what he was saying. we were having trouble hearing what joe biden is doing a little
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bit too late. you suddenly don't think we need to defund the police and standing behind law enforcement, believe in community policing, a lot of words not tied to reality. was great yesterday, leo terrell was on the big saturday show. responding to what joe biden had to say and democrats real credibility. >> democrats have never supported the police. september of 2020, defund the police, destroy the police, eliminate the police. i want to destroy the myth, people of all different colors serve the police. they protect us 24/7. i don't see how joe biden has a credibility to spoke at a police memorial. what you saw there is a perfect example of people of all colors, americans loving this country, serving this country. every civilized society has law enforcement to protect us but we have a party in power that hates
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the police and i find it disgusting, offensive and wrong. they need to change their policy today, today. will: i think leo is exactly right. i don't think the democratic party has any credibility today to speak on police. i think about it when people i don't know, watch cnn or entertainment channels and ride the wave of what is shallow and joe biden saying we need to invest in police. he doesn't believe anything deeper riding the wave whatever sounds good today. in the wake of 500 officers being killed, that sounds good today, the real test, real ref vail legs, what he believes in will be there is officer-involved shooting, right characters are in play a black victim, he will be put to the test once again we know we will fail, do you believe in due process. not about what character you support in the play, whether or not you believe in due process
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to take a moment to figure out what the facts are. you know what will happen, you know where that kind of rhetoric will go? out the window. rachel: who knows the truth? the police. when you talk to policemen, i have so many policemen friends even in our family they know who supports them and that's why the national fraternal order of police actually endorsed donald trump and not joe biden who by the way has always wanted to sort of portray them self as working class guy who was always down with the police and the firefighters and sort of that irish thing he tries to play but it just isn't working for him anymore and in fact if you just look at the democrat party, i listened to what leo terrell said. they hate the police. they do. the openly time i ever really heard the democrat party, especially the leaders and the real power in that party, nancy pelosi, aoc, joe biden, really love the police was when it was in the service of their
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narrative about january 6. then they love the police. they put someone else in the rotunda to lie in state. all the stuff they did but it was in service of their own political agenda. talk to the police, talk to the border patrol, they love donald trump. pete: absolutely. that officer we lost in houston, black, has a two-month old baby. rachel: unbelievable. pete: to your point, will, because it doesn't fit the narrative that they want, the lies, the misrepresented narrative for so much time they will ignore it. we'll say some nice things at a memorial that ultimately won't change their policy. you have policing, the border, all the things we're looking at, inflation is hitting everybody, price of goods. you have seen some of the statistics, i don't think we have them on the screen, bacon, kids shoes, hotels, everything
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you're looking to buy costs more. how is the administration spinning it? this is a take by the deputy treasury secretary. i don't know if i pronounce this right. wally says inflation will not stop until one thing happens for everybody. listen. >> today we face an economy that is in transition. as part of that transition we are seeing high prices for some of the things that people have to buy. that is exactly why the president was focused in the american rescue plan, showing we got stimulus into the hands of the american people so they can buy the products they need but reality the only place where we work through this transition, everyone in america, everyone around the world bets vaccinate vaccinate-gets vaccinated. rachel: not everybody in america but everybody in the world. will: that is at least intellectually honest. what is the do for the word to
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stop the pandemic if the only americans are vaccinated. this spreads across human, and exists in animal reserves. inside animals as hosts as well. rachel: animals have to get vaccinated too. will: until inflation gets under control. inflation will not be under control until all the deer are vaccinated. two obvious questions what does he mean we're in the middle of a economy in transition? what is the transition? what to what? i want to know what you're talking about there. there is no societial ill that can be solved by anybody vaccinated. there is nothing undercuts vaccination effort that everything depends on everyone getting vaccinated inflation. beginning to think this is science. rachel: it is very revealing what they're folk consisted on right? they're not focused on inflation but vaccination. everything has to be in service of that. the same with climate change. ask people where that is on their list of priorities right now. for the biden administration, it
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is number one or two, vaccination here, climate change here but everybody else is going to the grocery store. you mentioned some of these items, pete, but it is not 5%. bacon is up almost 20%. kids shoes, 12%. hotels, 20%. try to rent a car, almost 25% higher. this is not small stuff. this is really crazy stuff. and i think that it shows that there is a real lack of, not just focus but compassion. these are things that hurt peoples budgets they're having to choose between feeding their children or buying shoes or you know, it is just crazy. pete: they can always justify killing something, in this case the economy because their righteous effort is the vaccine. we all need to get vaccinated. don't worry about the economy if it is dying. you mentioned climate change. the entire energy industry can be destroyed.
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don't worry, don't look at your gas attending and prices, you should better about the weather. we'll feel grate about that. every rationale is how much they care more and the quality of life goes down for people. you wonder how much is connected. >> that is a great point. that explains what happened with schools as well. focus shutting everything down to get the vaccine, everyone does what they want them to do. they didn't care over the last year-and-a-half our children lost -- pete: don't look at reading standards, math standards. it is more equitable. rachel: even mental health and wellness of our children. suicide rates are up through the roof. will: i talked a few moments ago, riding the wave surface level of the news you can see that illustrated, jesse waters on "watters' world," does a great job illustrating that when he does his man on the street. he asked people, who is kamala? >> who is this. >> that is vice president kamala
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harris. >> who is this? >> i can't even tell you who is that. >> take a guess. >> that is the mayor. >> that is bill de blasio? >> oh, shoot. the governor. >> that is harris, right? >> what do you think kamala harris stands for? >> herself. >> unity, equality. >> what has she done to support equality? >> i don't know. >> what good do you think she has done as vice president? >> obviously not much because i would have heard. >> what do you think kamala has done well? >> covering for bide biden's [bleep] will: obviously not much or i would have heard. pete: my goodness. rachel: she is want, goes to all the events that promote her and tout her as the first-ever this, first ever that, she loves this
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stuff. here are the people on the street don't know who the heck she is, worst yet what she has done. pete: if you've been following the news over the last nine months how would you know who she is? she is not out there. will: no. pete: nowhere to be found. rachel: in guatamala. pete: for two days. she messed that up and flew her back to washington. will: where's wall dough. where is kamala. we have more on her in another block. i don't know if in five minutes or next hour. i will look at the run-down. we have a few additional headlines starting with a fox news alert. officials say at least 17 americans including children were ducked in haiti. they were doing christian missionary work when an armed gang captured them from a bus in port at that prince. the state department says safety of citizens abroad is the
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highest priority for the state. do not travel to haiti due to kidnapping, crime, civil unrest and covid. former president bill clinton may be released from a california hospital. his spokesperson says president clinton is making excellent progress. in great experience. spending time with family, catching up with friends and watching college football. he spent four days in the hospital receiving care for a non-covid related infection. number one georgia rolled past kentucky. they remain undefeated. unlike number two ranked iowa, has their undefeated run end in stunning fashion by unranked perdue. i didn't see this one. texas falls, crumbles to oklahoma state. the longhorns blowing, what is with you blowing leads? >> trust me, i know. pete: blowing an early 14 point
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lead for their second loss in as many weeks. will: i don't know why we had to include that one. pete: stunning collapse of the longhorns. tennessee's loss, you have to feel good about this one, to ole' miss when fans throw trash on the field. the protest of officials not giving ut a first down call at the end of the game. ole' miss wins 27-26. that was rough. will: week after week. rachel: did you watch the whole game? will: oh, yeah. i suffered threw it once again. yesterday on the show, i do it at 6:00 hour, oklahoma state sooners, you were very diligent letting me know. i didn't misspeak i know it is the cowboys. let's move on.
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22 year washington state trooper send as fiery message. he is forced out because of his state mandate. >> this is the last time you will hear me in a state patrol car. -- [bleep] will: backlash from the blue as the state leaders choose jabs over jobs coming up. ♪ they customize my car insurance, so i only pay for what i need. how about a throwback? ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪ only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪ why choose proven quality sleep from sleep number? because quality sleep is scientifically proven to help improve your overall health and wellness. the sleep number 360 smart bed senses and automatically adjusts
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♪. rachel: all right. this is welcome back, everybody. will: welcome back. >> good morning will. good morning. pete: pete that graphic said vaccine mandate debate a debate about us talk about it, for a lot of folks it is reality, not a debate. a choice facing straight up. one state trooper in washington is speaking for a lot of law enforcement and others who maybe don't get a chance to speak out
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but they're having to make that tough call. the state of washington, i believe, tomorrow, the mandate goes into effect. you have to get the jab in order to keep your job. this state trooper has been on the job 22 years. as they often do, have a sign off on the radio. rachel: is that a tradition? i didn't know that? pete: last day you sign off with the last message. sometimes it is special or -- rachel: emotional. pete: all that. here is his take. >> this is my feign al sign-off after 22 years of serving the citizens of the state of washington. being asked to leave because i am dirty. numerous fatalities, injuries. i worked sick. played sick. we buried lots of friends over these years. like to thank you guys. i would like to thank the citizens of yakima county, as well as my fellow officers within the valley.
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without you guys i would not have been very suck you guys i wouldn't be home safe to my family. thank you for that. wish i could say more, but this is it. stay 1034. last time you hear me in a state patrol. and -- can kiss my [bleep]. rachel: he dropped mic. did you see that. 22 years of experience, knowledge, mentor. somebody men toking a beingal rookie cost, lost because they're insisting on a vaccine mandate. will: what compromise, not just law enforcement in our society. if not a tsunami. i don't know the extent we'll lose great people in many different industries. 10%, 5% of your industry, sorry, i will not continue with the
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vaccine mandate. we'll have a real compromise. law enforcement system. fight attendant association, faa, air traffic controllers, whatever it might be. if you watch the video a little longer, dispatch responds back to him, dispatch says, thank you in your first year he delivered a baby, this year he did this. reflects on what that man did for 22 years. that governor is saying good-bye too in service of a shot. pete: rachel, you're right. an experienced guy being forced out. police officers are having difficult time recruiting new people going into police. what do you do having trouble recruiting, i know this in the military, lower the standards. experiences people in law enforcement, experienced people pushed out. he said i played sick, i went to work hurt. i went through covid, now i'm not good enough for you. five to 10%, you've seen places
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spike. rachel: how can they do this, this officer could well have had covid. he was working when all of us were staying home and he might very well already have it. there should be no mandate in my opinion. that is just my personal opinion but at the very least there should be an exception for people who have had covid and that they're not recognizing the science and the fact that people who had, who had the vaccine are more likely to have breakthroughs, reinfect other people than somebody who had covid. this makes -- pete: that would require an honor system would you require trusting people, with an authoritarian mindset you can't. will: the actual goal being public health. when we're dealing with the actually goal is get vaccinated. rachel: the other issue, loudon
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county, so many parents are protesting, showing up at school boards to show displeasure what is going on. one of the most interesting and shocking stories has come out is about a school board member who resigned after a father accused the board of covering up his daughter's sexual assault. parents say more people need to be health accountable. one of them is going to join us next. plus we'll talk to a teenager who started his business at age 12. the supply chain nightmare this young man is facing coming up. ♪.
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♪. will: loudon county, virginia, has become epicenter for parents
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fighting back against woke curriculum in school, facing backlash over reported case of sexual assault in school, parent led recall petition, one of the members of the controversial school board has resigned. beth bart wrote in a facebook post. this is not a decision made in haste. this is the right decision for me and my family. we have a paint here to join us. dennis, thank you for being here. there has to be calls for accountability. there has been protests at school board meeting. here one school board member resigned. or what issue led to her resignation. what is your reaction to this in loudon county. >> thank you for having me. she resigned because the sex scandal broke out and this should have been stopped from the get-go. this should have been stopped as soon as this incident happened. yet what they did was, because
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they wanted to pass the trans gender policy, they moved the kid from one high school to another. they just moved one from area to another area. that is what they did. they didn't care about the parents. they didn't care about the child who was raped. that is not what they cared about. they cared about their policy. they care about getting likes. getting publicity over this. so us as parents of course we're going to be pissed off. of course we're going to be mad. these school board members, call to the doj and call us terrorists, domestic terrorists. they're the pedophiles. they're the terrorists. they're the ones messing with our kids future. where is the fbi? where is the doj? why has this not been investigated? no one is talking about, only broke out the second incident happened because she resigned. she was at a school board meeting is there any incident in the bathroom we know of? the superintendent denied the whole thing.
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he is next. everybody on the school board should be resigning by tomorrow. they should not be there. will: dimis, this incident, powerful words you spoke. the incident with the sexual assault seemed to predicated this. she has not admitted what is her reason for resignation, why would she admit that is the reason she is stepping away. you mentioned the superintendent, by the way, scott ziegler, listen to what he is saying over that incident we're both referencing here. >> to the families and students involved my heart aches for you, and i'm sorry that we failed to provide the safe, welcoming, and affirming environment we aspire to provide. will: let me ask you this, how did the loudon county school board, how did the superintendent, how did the administration, how did everybody in power become seeming so out of touch with everyone who lives in that district or the parents in that district? how have they been so unaccountable? >> look i talked about, i talk
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about this on my podcast all the time. these people are part of the woke nation, okay? they want brownie points from these people. they don't care about the parents or the children at all. okay? when you see the school curriculum declining, where a fifth-grader just starts to learn how to multiply and divide, that is a bad sign. that should be done in third grade. these people get into these positions with only one intention, to only pass their own agenda. that's it. will: is there more support, is there more support for them than we realize from the videos that we see? certainly we see the videos of protests, see people like yourself who are upset, i mean i don't know, is there a strong voting constituency not hearing from? i don't understand how they're in power. that is my bottom line question. are there there, people in loudon county support this point of view? >> i don't need -- the problem
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we should started looting, rioting burning stuff down and as terrorists so they listen to us. we're peaceful, trying to express ourselves, this is what we're seeing, this is where you guys are failing, you guys are not stepping up. they don't care. these people absolutely do not care. they are the scum of the earth in my opinion. will: i got to run. i'm up against it. you know what is fascinating, the entire nation will watch a local school board election the next time these school board members are up. we'll pay attention to your school district where it seems to be ground zero. >> absolutely. one thing if i may, we were the ground zero for these school board meetings. we spoke up. the entire nation is speaking up. telling to the parents. do not give up. be involved with the kids curriculum. be involved with the school. do not give up. tell the school board members they can go to hell if they don't listen to you. this is not how it is supposed
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to be. we're supposed to be a smart nation, we're supposed to be intelligent. they are making everybody dumber. thank you for your time. >> amen. will: some support in the studio. thanks for getting up this morning. >> thank you. please visit my site, immigrant corner. will: strong words. necessary words, words i hear in loudon county but across this nation. plus there is this. he started his business at just 12 years old but the supply change crisis could be the biggest crisis he has faced yet. the young business owner tells how he navigating the crisis next. >> tech: when you get a chip in your windshield... trust safelite. this couple was headed to the farmers market... when they got a chip.
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♪. pete: from empty shelves to anticipated delays on christmas gifts the supply chain crisis is impacting the everyday lives of americans. more than 35% of owners say supply chain disruptions had a significant impact on their business. our next guest started his candle company, when he was just, get this, 12 years old. now at the ripe age of 18 the young business owner is using the supply issues as a learning experience. the candle and company owner, nick joins us right now. thanks very much for being here. congratulations on the growth of your business. you dealt with this a little bit
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before on supply chain issues. how are you managing the product you need to make the product you're selling these days? >> thank you, pete. thanks for having me on. it is a struggle to find everything we can. kind of what we're doing to help the cause that we're going through is just projecting what sales we can do. so that we can have the materials that we can have on hand for all of our orders and try to keep all of our customers satisfied. we have, produced a very high quality product and a very high quality. we want to make sure we meet and exceed their expectations at all times. very, very tough -- sometimes we can't get the right ininventory to make the product we still hand manufacturer everything in-house in omaha, nebraska. it is very tough. we're trying to protect -- do whatever we can to minimize the
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disruption the situation is having with all small businesses right now. pete: you put it all in nebraska. you rely on things like the glass jars, the wicks, if one part of the supply chain breaks down you can't put the product together. how do you plan in that environment like any other business? >> it is hard obviously this is not the first year with covid. we're kind of going off, we're trying to project previous years and previous numbers, we're trying to presale as much as we can. we're selling all of our winter back in july. trying to understand how much they want, what they want. some of it you assume, you kind of guesstimate, we get facts from our clients and customers so we make the best educated decision as possible. we still hand pour and manufacture everything in-house. we have to source stuff. some out of country. still some in the low cale area
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of the midwest an some down the street. pete: you mentioned that. is it possible to move some of that sourcing domestically are you reliant in some ways stuff you can't get? >> some of it is because we do have backup manufacturers. so if someone in america -- [inaudible] so some, we try to keep about 95% of it in america but some is forced actually out of country for the sheer -- [inaudible] pete: absolutely. we saw the freedom candle on the screen. if our viewers want to get that or any other kind of candle. by ahnchy candle co.com is the website. nick, of four employees. you understand things like the supply chain. pretty cool. thanks for being with us. all right. rachel. turn it over to you. rachel: what does freedom smell like? pete: find out at by kahnchy
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candle co.com. rachel: great story, pete. turning to your headlines. alex murdaugh facing felony charges related to a multimillion-dollar settlement in the death of his housekeeper. satterfield died from a stroke brought on hitting her head following an incident at murdaugh's home in 2018. murdaugh is also a person of interest in the murder of his wife maggie and son paul. chicago police department is bracing to lose nearly half of their force starting tomorrow. officers who are not vaccinated will be put on unpaid leave. supervisors are also canceling all time off requests. the windy city's democratic leader accusing the police union president of trying to induce an insurrection. there we go after telling officers to ignore the deadline to report their vaccine status. pete: sorry, did you say half of
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the force? rachel: i have a daughter that lives in chicago. this is a city can't afford to lose one officer let alone half their force. this is, this is going to have massive consequences. pete: a stare down for sure. rachel: turn now to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth for our fox weather forecast. ricky? >> good morning, guys. do you like the fall this morning? rachel: it is beautiful. pete: does feel nice. rick: okay. i actually had no idea what kind of response i was going to get. no, i don't want it. you all jumped on board. 15 degrees cooler than it was yesterday at this time. all the case down the eastern seaboard. 19 degrees in atlanta where you're only in the 40s. real cool air of a record breaking temperatures. cooler air has settled back in. behind the system, the rain for the most part cleared out. a little bit of rain still going on in maine. the rest of the country we're
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♪. rachel: welcome back to fox an friend es. when navigating the road apps can definitely be helpful for finding your destination but when it comes to photos of your house on search engines you probably want to stay off the grid. so how can you hide your home on google or apple maps? here with his tips to stay safe
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and smart online, "kurt the cyberguy" is with us. i love this segment, i don't like that my house is on google maps. you can actually blur this out? >> for me too. i think it is too much information. i don't need everybody to see where my side door opens up if i have an open gate on the side of the house. they really don't stop at anything. they drive by in the google vehicles. they're surveillance vehicles. they're recording -- rachel: it is so creepy. >> on other side. hey, we're heading to a strange new house to look at it and it shows us what it looks like, so we know we got there. there is plus to it. i don't want my house there. how to blur it out. rachel: i love this. >> getting back a little bit of your privacy. can do it with google maps and apple maps. what you will do whether you have android or apple device, use your pc. go to google maps.
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show you. go to google maps. put in your own address. launch the app, when you bring up your address, you will tap, see the little street view thing. click that shows a picture near our house. looks something like this. then what happens at the top there will be a little tiny menu thing there. and that little tiny thing, they don't want you to see it, report a problem. you're going to tap, report a problem. inside of here you will see which part of your house is blurred out. you will say i want my home blurred. they will say, required, what is the reason? you're going to write in there, because i want my privacy back. rachel: thank you. >> then you hit submit, you will hit submit. maybe get a verification email. they may follow up with you. keep track of that. in a few days go back and chances are it will look like how my house looks, when you go to google maps.
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because, it is really not at all visible when you go here. rachel: look at that all blurred out. >> right. i have, we asked this. rachel: really quick, are you seeing this is, you know, at first we were all so enamored by all of this technology. and now i think some of us are saying, we want our privacy back. that is all we have. are you seeing this increase in this kind of information being desired by people? >> i think we're getting wise. i think we're getting wise, okay, enough. i think we're getting wise, we're saying, okay, it is time to put technology aside for a moment and let's do this. let's do more of this right now, so, by the way i know that was complicated what i explained. rachel: i didn't think it was. you made it very simple. >> i have it online, at cyberguy.com. you can have it done with google and apple. >> we'll do more, do more of this in studio.
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military brat. that was played at every event. still bring as tear to my eye. if you play that long enough you will get a tear in my eye. will: that was grade a level producing, one of the most patriotic outside songs of the national anthem, this is the number one winner, god bless the usa, the debate begins at number two. it may be toby keith. i don't know what that is. maybe we'll have the conversation throughout the morning. friends at fox news. pete: no. it was friends@foxnews.com. it change is inevitable. will: friends @fox.com. pete poet only friends @fox.com. rachel: that is better. easier to type. pete: is it fox news still. i was watching "fox & friends" during the weekday. they did fox. maybe we're doing it differently. will: you will figure it out.
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pete: email them both. one of them will get here. rachel: at some point we put it on the screen friends @foxnews.com. you were right, i was wrong. will: second most patriot sick on after "god bless the usa quote. pete:s bless the american soldier. that came out 04-05. every musical in truth. rachel: i think of my dad when i hear the song. we'll move on to an important story. as you know we've been covering so much of the school board and parents fighting back against it. you have an amazing interview a little earlier with a parent who has been so vocal and strong and passionate on this issue. but you know, part of the anger, it has been multiplied because the ag, merrick garland, came out with a letter basically
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saying or suggesting that those parents are domestic terrorists and meanwhile the members of the u.s. civil rights commission, if you don't know what that is that is a bipartisan, independent commission established by you know, our federal government back in 1957, and they weigh in on issues and multiple members of this commission have written a letter to the ag, to ag merrick garland, basically saying hey we're upset you're doing this, this is wrong. reprimanding him. we have combed the internet for signs that parents petitioning school boards are approaching anything close to a national problem. nearly all of what we have seen so far makes us proud to be americans. parents care about the education of their children and they are not willing to allow them to be in-- trin eighted into a -- indoctrinated into a radical ideology. the civil rights commission slapping down the doj. will: in a world full of
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outrage, nothing short of outrage should be met with this sorry. this is absolutely unacceptable n a modern democracy for the attorney general of the united states to sick the fbi on parents concerned about their education. classify them at the behest of the national school board association as domestic terrorists is the end, the final line, the straw that breaks the camel's back. it is it. do not turn on the american people, parents in this way. there are reports that merrick garland's daughter is married to a man who promotes critical race theory documents to school boards across this country. merrick garland has done, the department leadership and fbi following through on this is un-american. this is tantamount to sedition. this is not the intended use of the muscle of the american public. you don't feel outrage. i tell you what, dimis is a loudon county parent ground sear
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of this issue. >> these people are part of the woke nation. they want bruni points from the people. they don't care about the parents or children at all. the fifth-grader just starting to learn how to multiply and divide, that is a bad sign that should be done in third grade. we spoke up. the entire nation is speaking up, tell it to the parents. do not give up. be involved in your parents curriculum. be involved in your school. do not give up. pete: they had an impact. a member of that school board had to resign. the superintendent is under fire for covering up a sexual assault happened because it was a gender bathroom policies. parents standing up, what they're meeting is, not equal justice to your point. you talked a lot about this what happens in countries when they lose the idea of equality under the law. that letter, will to, your point is so scary. point to one instance where the law has been broken, one, where
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there has been assault or has been rioting or looting like we saw. there is not one. they preemptively classified parent as a threat. threatened to use the government to do something about that. whereas we all saw with our own eyes for years the way in which people on the other side of the political spectrum are not treated that way. by the way the u.s. civil rights commission, bipartisan, that letter was sent by four conservative members of the commission. not the entire commission. not as if our government is responding, more conservatives recognizing children are not domestic parents doing something about it. rachel: probably one of the few commissions is bipartisan. pete: surprised they haven't fired the conservatives. >> loudon county, this is in virginia, look, terry mcauliffe running for governor of that state says parents don't have a say, leave it to the state. this is reminder of america,
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we're individuals, as parents are in charge. these are our children. they don't belong to the state. this is so fundamental to who we are. this is why this is ground zero, will. this is ground zero. is a bipartisan issue. if you're a parent, these are your children, you have the right to say how they're educated. i think parents on both sides of the aisle, except really woke and really radical are sick of our public school systems being used to promote an ideology. it is especially insulting when you look at the test scores. they can't get to reading, writing and math. pete: that interview was fantastic, he ultimately pointed to excellence. government schools know they are not delivering excellence. the unions protect that fact, they drive an ideology through those classrooms. rachel: i saw an article in the "new york post" today that there is brooklyn has seen an uptick. catholic schools have been on the decline. this is the first time they have seen a rise, close to 3%.
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sounds small. when you're declining every year. starting to see a turnaround. parents are waking up. i want to be in charge of my kids education. i don't trust the school boards and teachers coming out of the marxist tee teachers colleges. pete: get them out. will: an interesting statistic to back up something first of all i imagined you felt, witnessed, observed, and laid out honestly to you by the biden administration, that he has a managed public persona. a managed accountability. pete: nice way to put it, a managed public persona. will: in the end, that is their choice of language i could be wrong. first, here is the data. one-on-one interviews through summer of fist year. president obama did 113. president trump did 50. president biden has done 10. this is how you might observed it, how you might have felt it. this is how you might have observed. watch as he walks away from
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questions. >> thank you very much. [reporters shouting questions] >> may god protect our troops. thank you all very much. [reporters shouting questions] >> lower vaccine prices. >> thank you very much. [reporters shouting questions] >> what do you say -- reporter: usually only part of the speech is interesting. will he walk away and stop and say -- he has been walking away every single time. will: i said managed, pete. this is what i was recalling. jen psaki on the axe files podcast, taking something, not something we recommend. in fact a lot of time we say don't take questions. he will do what he wants from time to time. he is the president of the united states. managed. rachel: steams when he breaks his own rules, starts answering more questions, get himself in trouble, i know i get in
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trouble, i know i will get in trouble, i don't know who that is, then he goes ahead and says it. you know, i think it is causing a lot of americans especially as we see such mismanagement of our federal government and now really hurting people in the pocketbooks and we saw the mismanagement of afghanistan which ended up in lives being lost, i think people are going, who is behind it? it us causing more and more americans to go, who is behind this? who is managing this man? because we need to know. pete: he is so managed they built a fake oval office in, next to the white house so that they can put more press in there who don't get to ask questions. got more press who can't is questions and a giant teleprompter to read exactly what they write for him. that is how managed. rachel: shame on the press. i think you guys recall that melania went and got some operation. the whole press exploded where was melania. the press doesn't seem
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interested at all him walking away, not answering questions, only doing 10 interviews this summer, of course, just decline we're seeing before our eyes. they have to know what is happening. pete: yeah. they feel they can count on the press to cover for them. worked in the basement. why not try it in the white house. you may have seen this headline, superman. it is no longer, you know the phrase, truth justice and -- rachel: the american way. pete: absolutely. that is what it is. not anymore. it is not allowed. it is now, truth, justice and a better tomorrow. rachel: sounds like build back better, right? pete: what does that mean? we don't know, the latest comic edition is changing it from truth, justice and the american way and truth, justice and a better tomorrow. dean cain, our friend. rachel: our superman. pete: our superman, that's right. wrote an op-ed at
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"real clear politics." woke super man is not bold or brave. truth, justice, the american way is no longer the catchphrase of superman. truth, justice, better world. i will buy that. what is the expanded view of social justice. what would make for a better world? , socialism. one is better independence, freedom from government overreach and corruption. safety and security, in a word the idea of america. will: there is such a massive opportunity. you know we talk about a positive way forward, there is such a massive opportunity. an ounce of risk tolerance, entrepreneurialism, ounce of creativity, create a comic book company that buries d.c. reflects views of american people, increasingly these corporations left behind the vast majority of their own consumers. such an opportunity. want a positive spin, start
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something people will want to buy. i promise they're clamoring for it. people are waiting. where is my soft drink company, sneaker company, i forgive you. forgive the word sneaker. i never talk like that. midwestern, northern thing to say. tennis shoe company, start something reflect what is america loves. rachel: i love your positivity about it. i honestly want to believe it. i think some of what you're saying is true but i just wonder these corporations are smart. i think they're investing in the future. this is so tied to the story we did before about the indoctrination of our children. i believe our generation on up still does believe in the american way. that truth, justice that is the goodness of america. i think these corporations are looking, you know, at the future which are our children and they know so many of them are not being taught to love america. if you're not being taught to love america at younger age, hard to love america later or
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sigh her goodness. superman was emblematic of who we were, and grew up with him, idea of what america was, changing before our eyes. i love your optimism, i think you're holding on to some straus. i worry about america. i hate to be pessimistic, i have always been an optimist. pete: you might be on to something. this shouldn't surprise to everyone, in 2011 superman renounced citizenship at u.n. rachel: did that really happen? pete: 100%. the superman reannounced his citizenship at u.n. will: want optimism? look at parents in loudon county. they are not saying this is my america. your vision of what is supposed to teach my children. they are not taking this. they are not letting it go. they're not letting america go. not letting tomorrow ceded to likes of dc comes.
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they will stand up, also stand up for you when you provide them a product. pete: we clapped at the end of your segment with dimis. because he was -- rachel: we were clapping in studio. pete: it gives hope. rachel: take something that is all american, that is my book coming out this christmas. actually, i say it is my book, but really a fox book because it is about all the fox hosts and guests that you love. this is the all-american christmas book. sean and i sort of like hosting it but it really goes -- by the way it hits shelves on tuesday, november 16th. third book for fox news books. you had one that really did well, pete. perfect christmas book for the season. unabashedly american. won't be any supply chain issues. fox made sure plenty were printed and they're printed right here in the usa. you can feel good about that as well. this is a network that hasn't been afraid to be unbashedly
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patriotic. we celebrate christmas and not the holidays here as well. pete: absolutely. will: it is under all your papers. rachel: let's look at that. will: "all-american christmas" right there. rachel: stories from steve doocy and ainsley earhardt, brian kilmeade, everybody you love is in this book. you can get it this christmas. pete: it is "all-american christmas" because christmas was founded in america. it is pretty good. jesus never renounced his american citizenship, never. rachel: this segment will be clipped, played on all the websites we hate. pete: get it. it is awesome. the christmas tree we have behind us here on fox square is always adorned in red, white and blue. fits the theme of this place. rachel: order now. no supply chain issues. that's right. pete: a few additional headlines. covid-19 vaccine protests taking
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place around the globe. thousands protested in italy for the pass required to prove vaccination or negative test to go to work. the states, nearly 1000 people demand freedom from new york's vaccine mandate in times square. on the other side of the pond. california, parents are planning a protest walkout to protest the vaccine requirement for students. biden administration is giving another $20 million to central and america and mexico. to boost, $20 million will solve everything. the aid the state department believes are the root causes of crisis at southern border. price tag for u.s. assistance to mexico, central america, tops $330 million of your taxpayer money. none of the root causes will be addressed. atlanta braves win game one of the national league
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championship series. >> the pitch. out to left field. this is down for a base hit! here comes ozzie, the braves take game one. reporter: that single driving in the winning run for a walk-off. dodgers look to even the series before going to l.a. for game three. red sox take game two against the astros. boston first team to hit two grand slams in a post-season game. series heading to fenway to break the tie. those are the headlines. rachel: all right. i can't comment on it. pete: just say that play off baseball at fenway park feels right. turn it on. i can watch this. been to fenway? it's cool. will: real world boston. head to fenway. rachel: let's do it. all right. pete: host the show from the
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who was on "fox & friends." the search is on for gunman accused of opening fire on three constables at a houston bar, killing one of them, working two deputies. they were working a second job of security. 30-year-old kareem jenkins died at the scening leaving behind a wife and two-month-old baby. trey, thanks for being with us this morning. not only are you a police officer, you were a police officer in the state of texas but you grew up in houston. what is reaction to the story. >> i'm heartbroken by it. let me first offer my condolences to the atkins family and the harris county constable, precinct 6 office. this is a difficult time for them as well as law enforcement as a whole across the country but we're really going through it. if you think about it, we've had the ambush style attacks been on
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the rise against police over the last year. i mean we're up 103% in these types of attacks on our police officers. having nearly 100 officers shot, now 22 officers killed in these ambush-style attacks. we have to do something about it. if you think about the scene that really laid the framework for these criminals to attack our police so blatantly, you think about all the anti-police rhetoric that is out there and you look at all these bail reform initiatives. you just look, even there in houston, just a few weeks ago, we were dealing with a judge that had released a known felon into the streets. he went out and killed a police. look we got to start doing something about this. we have to get ahold of this, to being a officer working such a difficult job. if you understand this particular situation. look this is a community i grew up in. this is not the best part of the city. these officers are out, they're working.
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you know they don't know what is behind them. they don't know what they're dealing with. i encourage anybody that doesn't understand the problems work at these neat clubs, see what it is like -- nightclubs. we have to make sure we do everything we can to up lift these officers. all these reform initiatives that are defunding our police, look, that why this officer was working to begin with. he had just come off of paternity leave. having a new baby, new family and he had to work off-duty job at a club in order to make extra money to take care of his family. that is a difficult thing. will: a great point. >> we have to do something about it. will: trey, what can we do? we start out with an individual tragedy. you make a great point why he had to work extra to make money to provide for his family. take an individual tragedy. talk about the broader numbers you laid out correctly, rise in ambush-style attacks and
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rhetoric and climate, scene surrounding this. what can we do? we have to do something about this, quakily, tre, what can we do? >> get behind the national fallen officer foundation. this is something we do. i'm an advocate for law enforcement officers. i do this across the country. i support the law enforcement initiatives. go support the national fallen officers foundation, number one. start talking to your politicians. we have to get the right people in office to protect interests of our police. unfortunately some are fallen on the other side where they have been pushing this anti-police initiative. you know what? society is falling in line with it. we need the right people in office to protect interests of our police. so we can police our communities in the right way. will: tre, thanks for jumping on with us this morning. hope we can follow that advice. >> thank you, sir. will: still ahead we're following breaking news in haiti where 17 american missionaries
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here to react is comedian terry foster. always great to have you on the show. he is absolutely right, no way "airplane" would be done today. >> i hope that is not true. thanks for having me, rachel. what people are not understanding what a disservice they're doing to themselves by canceling comedy. comedy is the one thing that takes something awkward, weird, that's mundane and controversial and unites us, right? a lot of comedy comes from pain but comedy is one of the best ways to communicate with one another and come together. rachel: yeah, absolutely. i thought about other movies i thought wouldn't be made today. i don't think ""sweet home alabama"" would be made. or "wedding crashers." one of my favorite movies, ""bad news bears"," kids smoking, drinking, cussing no way it is
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so irreverent would be made. zucker blames the 9%, crazy wokesters. i think someone like dave schappell comes out, where are all the actors, massive artists are most affected by all the censorship. where are is everybody. >> thank you. this is not a time to be woke but a time to be awake. understanding what we have here in america is unique to the rest of the world, the right to say and freedom of expression and freedom of peach, the ability to have that. we want to tell people they can't do that. everybody is entitled to their opinion. opinions are like belly buttons, everyone has one, you have the opinion not to like something or share that but you have the ability not to support it or pay for it or watch it. people need to get agrippa in -- a grip in a major way.
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a shame more people are not speaking out in support of free expression and free speech. this is very unique to what we have here in america. rachel: hollywood is powerful. actors are powerful. they're democrats. that is their religion right now. because it might possibly you know diminish the power of the democrat party if humor went both ways or humor was just expressed in lots of different ways at woke politics benefits the democrat party. that is why they're silent. zucker says the 9% on twitter are ruining everything. gate keepers who have the ability to fund come my projects cede to the nine percenters. 9% are empowered. 91% of the population gets the joke feels reluctant to laugh. your thoughts on this one. >> laughter is not partisan. humor isn't partisan.
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we should not be divided on this. so much deeper on this. cancel culture is about division culture. we need to knock it on its you know what and say no, it is not acceptable and laugh to have a good time. rachel: you're right. humor needs to be bipartisan. send the memo "snl." they're not funny anymore. they are one way. they used to do everybody. we love of the watching it. great to hear your perspective. >> thank you, rachel. rachel: still ahead, seattle officers need to get the covid vaccine by tomorrow and could lose their job. business owners are worried about a shortage of cops. what will that mean for the rise in crime. a seattle businessman has been broken into six times joins us next. americans hope to avoid a blue christmas as the supply chain crisis makes it harder to get the perfect gift for your family. holiday shopping tips you need are coming up.
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based christian aide ministries. a request made by the associated press, this is a special prayer alert. pray that the gang members would come to repen tans. the state department is aware and provides the health and safety of americans abroad is one of highest priorities of department of state. prior this the state department issued level four alert not to travel to haiti. kidnappings are known to surge in haiti during a time of crisis. kidnapping americans are bold even those who routinely exploit haiti's current state. no word on any contact has been made with the gang or the missionaries. will: that is a terrible story. i know of many friends that worked in haiti as missionaries. pete, over to you. reporter: thank you, will. tomorrow is the last day for seattle police officers to get
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vaccinated or submit a exemption request. last week, 16% of officers still mad not done either. small business owners are worriessible officer shortage. this includes this man, pluto's organic cafe has been broken into six times since the beginning of covid. he joins us now. thank you very much for being here. six times your business has been broken into. first of all what was the response time like there and what do you anticipate it will be like if the seattle police department is down another 15%? >> so usually they don't show up. they don't respond. i call them, call them. say okay, we're trying to find someone, trying to find some police officer. and they call me up, second day or after five or six hours. oh, still need someone to come in? so they -- pete: don't even show up? >> no, they don't. pete: what reason do they
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give -- you're a business who is being broken into, now repeatedly, what reason could they provide for not coming to the defense or at least assisting a law-abiding citizen? >> they say that we don't have police officer available right now. they're all busy. so, if you don't have any problem right now go ahead and submit your report online. so. pete: what happens when you submit the report online? have there been any consequences? >> no one shows up. no one cares. even last time i showed him, guy from here. check the camera for the building. check this one or take from time to time or anything like that. they don't do that. pete: nothing? >> they do nothing and don't feel safe. reporter: pete: what is it like to live in a city where criminality comes without consequences? >> we don't feel safe. this is not america. this is not the country i move here from 10 years ago in egypt
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to think i have a much better life. it is not. everyone is scared. i have a customer, used to come to seattle every year for the last 15 years. she says she will never come back again because she feels squared in the streets and police never respond. pete: who or what do you blame in this realty? >> the governor should do something, step up and do something. help with the people. hire more police. something. because if, everyone is scared not going to have no business for anyone. all the businesses are going to shut down. everyone will be in the streets. that what they want the people to be. not fair to me. pete: governor, joe biden says he backs the police but that is just words and the governor and the mayor, they have been flirting with the defund the police movement. so do you feel like you're going to get any of that support? >> i feel just talking, talking.
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i don't see anything on the ground. i don't see police. when i feel the police around i feel safe but i don't. even last time when the break-in happened, you know, i call the police, get a dog. pete: get a dog. that is the new solution. >> yeah. help yourself. you're on your own. that is what they're trying to say. you're on your own, help yourself. pete: we're looking at 15% decrease potentially tomorrow in seattle because of the covid vaccine mandate. sorry about your circumstance. >> thank you very much. pete: thank you very much. >> god bless you guys. god bless america. pete: amen. amen. rachel? rachel: thank you, pete. turning now to your headlines, a 13-year-old boy is killed in a drive-by shooting in alabama. tuscaloosa police say the boy was sitting in his bedroom when 30 gunshots hit his house. his family remembering him as a
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smart kid and an innocent child. authorities are still searching for a suspect. wow. horrible. scary moment for a 6-year-old. motley crew star vince neil falling off the stage in tennessee. watch this. ♪♪ rachel: neil was taken to the hospital and reportedly treated for broken ribs. he reportedly fell after tripping on an on stage speaker. got to be careful up there with all the smoke there. dogs are called man's best friend. this robot dog is future of unmanned weapons. the four-legged fighting machine, holding a sniper rifle is designed to fire precision shots as far as 3900 feet. ghost robotics unveiling the device at an annual army association meeting. they say it is controlled by a quote, human remote operator.
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pete: for now. will: for now. pete: i'm increasingly a believer in greg gutfeld's theory a.i. and robots will eventually turn on us. will: honestly, that is not debatable. pete: not debatable. will: they will. it will. what are you laughing at, my seriousness. pete: certainty with which. will: i'm 100% certain. we need to get ahold of this right now, right now. much longer it will be too late. i got hours of podcast i could tell you about this. pete: sniper rifle? will: new technologies. pete: that's true. rachel: someone who is not carrying a sniper rifle but giving us the weather. [laughter]. he would never hold a sniper rifle. rick: my dog is. i'm with you man. i thought for a long time, i mean, a.i., these things, we see them getting better and better. will: rick, the learning compounds. it is like compound interest. the learning on a.i. compounds
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light, sounds all the work. rachel: how much does this cost? >> about $100. will: the baby. >> this is the coco mellon interactive j.j. doll. this is based on the really popular series, coco mellon. sings three songs. interacts with kids. you can feed him his peas. rachel: that is so cute. >> this is magic mix one of the hottest toys. rachel: what does it do? >> put in positions, all the mixings, create their creature. we have to wait longer. pretty soon a missing effect. will: really? why you're doing this. rachel: add all these things to it? >> yes. add in all the different ingredients like feathers to make your creature fly, things like that. rachel: a souped-up slime kind of thing. kids love doing things with their hand. >> super interactive. you have the magical effect. pete: we'll get it one of these
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day. >> it takes a little time. we have a set-up version. we'll see if it happens. that is the hex book pro elite raceway. this is is real cool. this is for kids 14 age up. you can build your own rc cars. this is 1000 pieces for ways to customize. >> if you like cars this is the toy for a boy. >> great stem toy as well. >> boys and girls like this. i could get in big trouble. by the way this would meet gavin newsom's gender neutral, right? will: magic, all of it. pete: girls can't play with batman? of course they can. rachel: they can. they really want barbie dream house. will: insider, check out the toys and more there. thanks for being with us. rachel: great choices. pete: will, hit that thing again. rachel: pasta for breakfast for
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♪♪ an american soldier, an american. ♪ that's my brother, that's my sister -- pete: beautiful shot of tampa bay, and that is american soldier by toby keith, ranking up there as one of the most -- as we cede, second most -- as we said, second most patriotic
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song. will: i think pete suggested it might be his favorite, second most patriotic song, and we asked you at friends@foxnews.com -- [laughter] here's an e-mail from rebecca, for me it is american soldier. i'm a military brat, so the lyrics ring true to my life. rachel: i can relate. i think about my dad when i hear that song. lori says it brings home how much an american soldier gives and sacrifices to protect our freedom. pete: keep serving your suggestions, friends@the foxnews.com. it is also toddle national pasta -- today national pasta day. so if you mess smudge on the show, ask for a mulligan. rachel: we do that all the time. can i just say one thing? this dress was gifted to me by judge jeanine. when i was pregnant with my last are child, she got me this
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dress. i just want to thank you, judge. will: how sweet. rachel: she has good taste. will: heart wrenching new details which has emerged from the ambush killing of a deputy. pete: this as joe biden pays tribute to 500 officers who have died in the line of duty. >> reporter: we thousand know the houston deputy was a new dad who just returned from a alternativety leave, and right now the search is still on. the deadly violence that injured two more uniformed deputies untolded just after 2 a.m. officials say they were in the process of arresting a robbery suspect when a second suspect rushed the scene with a rifle and ambushed them from behind.
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>> reporter: deputy karim atkins, just 30 years old, has died. daryl garrett and -- barson remain hospitalized. hours after the shooting, president biden strayed from his party's sentiments regarding law enforcement, he did so while speak at the 40th annual peace officers memorial here in washington. >> 2020 was the deadliest year for law enforcement are on record. today we're here to remember nearly 500 of your brothers and sisters. when you look at what your communities need and what you're
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being asked to do, there isn't going to be more restrictions, fewer resources to help you do your job. that's why i propose we invest again in community policing we know works. >> reporter: yesterday's service paid tribute to the 491 officers who died in the line of duty between 2019 and 2020. back to you. will: it is a heart-wrenching detail. just back from paternity leave. terrible story. let's bring this former governor of arkansas, mike huckabee. governor, good morning to you, always good to see you. sunday morning, not the best of news to start with you today. let's spin it forward, if we might. you heard president joe biden there talking about giving new resources to police officers. it's a stark contrast from what we've heard over the past 18 months when we heard his entire party, including joe biden, talking about the concept of defunding the police.
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i don't know how mucher suasion or sway he has over his party, governor. >> will, i don't think he has a whole lot of sway over his party. they're having a lot of sway over him. they said he was a moderate, well, he's been anything but. i don't know who wrote that speech for him. i'm not sure he understood what he was saying. i'm glad he said it. whoever wrote it ought to be given at least some commendation if for having the common sense to realize we don't need fewer police, and we need to respect the ones we have. if anything, instead of defund, we need to defend the police. and i'm glad for that message. but let's hope there's something behind it other than just the words of the ceremony because otherwise we're going to keep losing cops, and we're also going to keep losing our safety and freedom. rachel: you know, governor, there's so much about that whole scene i didn't like starting with the fact that he had his sunglasses on.
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for some reason i didn't like it. but i also think the police officers aren't buying it. i mean, there's a reason why the national fraternal order of police endorsed joe biden's opponent, donald trump. i think these are people whose jobs, i mean, it's life or death. they know who has their back whether it's the border patrol or the police officer on the beat here in new york or anywhere across the country. we were talking earlier, governor, we really saw this overflowing love of our law enforcement from our leaders in the democrat party, the only time was when they could use the capitol police to advance this message on january 6th that somehow everybody was insurrectionist, and they needed to play this up. that's the most love i've seen. other than that it's been, you know, defund and reinventing or reimagining law enforcement. >> rachel, let's not forget that it wasn't that many days ago that joe biden, in a rather unscripted moment at the white
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house, talked about how he was going to hold accountable those border patrol agents who were simply doing their jobs at the border on horseback. now, that was an unscripted moment. that's when it's just joe biden speaking from his heart or his head or from wherever he's speak being at that particular moment. but that really was the true joe biden coming out there where he basically threw his own agents under the horse. and that was disgusting. you really got a real good picture of what he thought about police officers versus illegal immigrants illegally crossing the border and trying to rush against the law enforcement of our country. so let's ask the real biden to stand up. let him trot out there in front of the podium at the white house and answer unscripted questions to the reporters who are assembledded there, and then we'll find out what he thinks. pete: yeah, he's not doing that, so we won't hold our breath. it would be interesting if he actually did.
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you mentioned the radical policies, governor. radical policies come from radical people, and this white house has shown a willingness to advance that. first of all, the new comptroller of the currency, and then you've got the new pick to lead border security as well. here's what was said in a tweet in 2019. until i came to the u.s., i couldn't imagine things like gender pay gaps still exist in the world. say what you want about the old ussr, but there was no gender pay gap. market doesn't always know best. and here's a quote on the border patrol chief. this is an op-ed. as the police chief here, i'm deeply troubled by the trump administration's campaign
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against sanctuary cities. the harsh anti-immigrant rhetoric and mr. sessions' reckless policies ignore basic reality. so if you have a comptroller of the currency who likes the ussr now and someone who's supposed to lead the border patrol who believes in sanctuary policies, what do you expect? >> you know, we used to have a saying at the governor's office, personnel is policy. what that means is the people that you pick will be the policies that you implement. so when you see people like this and in particular this person nominated for the comptroller of the currency, in other words, they have a major influence on our economic policies and how we will approach not only the world banking community, but how we will aproposal our own economy, and her excuse is, well, you're attacking me because i'm an immigrant, a woman and a minority. no, has nothing to do with that. even if you were a sixth generation white american male, if you went to moscow state university and you talked about
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the superiority of the ussr -- [laughter] in terms of economic freedom, we would question whether or not you're fit for that job. it has nothing to do with your ethnicity or your immigration status, has nothing to do with your minority status. that's insane. and that's a typical liberal response to try to keep there answering honest questions about why on earth would joe biden nominate you. i say it again, personnel is policy. what we're seeing is left-wing policy because he's appointing left-wing people. rachel: yeah. i remember him on the campaign trail, governor, saying do i look like a socialist? i mean, it's like everything he's doing is in that direction, and we're on this fast track that we're seeing our economy falling apart, inflation going up, empty shelves, all the things that are the beginning of a socialist, you know, country. >> you really do get the
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impression bernie sanders is president, he's just not getting the secret service detail the, doesn't get to sleep at the white house and have all those cool meals all the time. but despite that, he's really running things in terms of how the policy of this country is being driven. the irony is bernie's not even a democrat. he's an independent, but he's an avowed socialist. so why on earth would we be allowing our country to be run ideologically by somebody who essentially is diametrically opposed to the fundamental american principles of free enterprise? free enterprise made this country great, it'll keep this country great. we abandon it and we will suddenly see something different. instead of a long line of people trying to break into the country, we might for the first time in our history see a line of people trying to get out.
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will: how cool are the meals in the governor's mansion? [laughter] are the governor's meals cool? >> oh, yeah. [laughter] there's a pretty sweet gig, to be honest with you. for somebody who had to live in public housing for almost 11 years, the governor's mansion is about as good as public housing will ever get. [laughter] will: that's true. you gave us a couple of truisms, personnel is policy which is something i'm sure i will remember, and there's another one, i believe that politics is downstream from culture. let me give you a story from american culture, and that is superman and dc comics abandoning the saying truth, justice and the american way, putting in now a better tomorrow, truth, justice and a better tomorrow. what does this say about our culture, governor, where we're headed? >> well, the real truth is the american way is a better tomorrow. it's when we abandon the american way that we don't have a better tomorrow.
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tomorrow for most people is the opportunity to go somewhere different than where with you started. america's about not having to stop where you started. it can be that you grew up inoverty and one day you can -- in poverty and one day you can live in prosperity. one day you can be without hope, and the next day you can be on top of the world. look at the great accomplishments of people who started with nothing. i kind of name myself hong those. first male from my family to graduate high school, much less go to college. where could i have done this except in america? i say, no, let's talk about the american way because there's no place on planet earth where you'll have a better tomorrow than you'll have if you live by the grace of god in the united states of america. pete: is so well said, governor. one last topic, if we could. will mentioned the governor's mansion. well, it appears your daughter's
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raised a lot of money to get a chance to go where yo once were. $11 million so far. give us an update. how's it going? >> first of all, i'll tell you nobody's ever raised money like this. i told people if i could raise money like this, i'd be president right now. [laughter] what a fundraising deal she's got going. but to be honest, she's going to need it because already so much money from silicon valley and hollywood is being poured in against her. but she's tow. i think the greatest thing about her being governor other than the fact she would be a great leader, she has core values and convictions, and she knows who she is. the other thing that would be great is when her three the children try to hide, she knows where all the cool hiding places are because she grew up there. [laughter] rachel: that's so funny you say that, because i was invited once to stay the, kristi noem at the governor's mansion, and she
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showed my kids all the hiding places so that when we woke up in the -- she said we could sleep in in the morning, and the kids could all play hide and seek. those governors' mansions do have hiding places for kids. very cool. >> one other thing real quickly? just quickly? there's cameras everywhere on the grounds. so it's not like they really get away with anything. [laughter] rachel: that's what i need. will: governor, thank you so much. rachel: thank you, governor. >> have a great day. rachel: okay. turning now to your headlines. the father of brian laundrie -- the memorial for gabby we pee toe -- petito outside his home. a wyoming coroner ruling she was strangled to death. laundrie has not been said in more than a month. experts are urging people who got the johnson & johnson
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vaccine to get booster shots immediately. an fda advisory committee granting authorization after the new study found -- and now ranchers in america's heartland have launched an effort to -- [inaudible conversations] ray crews will start construction on nearly 400 acres of nebraska land. it means to take the price-setting our off the hands of the meat processers. diverse ety in the beef industry after raising concerns of pandemic profiteering last month and these are are your headlines. pete: i have a feeling we weren't supposed to see that or something, right? will: i think that's why we saw it. pete: all right. you might see more of us soon, by the way, if you choose no join us because -- to join us
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♪♪ pete: he is one of america's most notorious serial killers. ted bundy murdered at least 30 if women during his terror spree, now three of his female survivors are speaking out in a new fox nation special, survive ising bundy with nancy grace. >> do you think bundy had been stalking you, following you? >> yes, i do, because i remember doing laundry, i remember doing laundry, i saw some guy, an older guy. he was kind of cute, and he would look at me, and he would turn away. i'd look at him, he'd turn away. i think he'd been stalking women for a while. pete: fox nation host nancy
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grace joins us now with more. nancy, thanks so much for being here. i've got to believe putting together these stories is jarring. >> i gotta tell you something, i've seen a lot of murder cases as a felony prosecutor and all the years i've covered cases, but when i left that studio, you know, there have been times i've wondered, is there really a hell? when i left that studio, that was one of the first times i ever wished there was a hell. because when i talked to these three women, you can google as much as ted bundy as much as you can. they were just young teens when they were attacked. and they were beaten so badly, they would come to in the hospital coming out of coe many thats -- comas. and i've heard ted bundy's charming, that is bs because what he does to people, at least
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30 victims, probably more like 50, he would return to their dead bodies and have interactions with the dead bodies. i mean, that's who ted bundy is, was. pete: wow. he also escaped twice, right? kind of reterrorrizing survivors believing that it could happen again. >> can you imagine? yeah, one time -- what were they thinking? they let him go to the law library at the courthouse. he jumped out the window. and the other time he escaped through a ceiling panel and was gone for a really long time. and if that had not happened, the trial would have never happened. so if you think back and look at it, how many lives could have been saved but for that escape? >> nancy, were there big misses on the hands of the investigators, law enforcement? how did it go on for so long? >> i'll tell you how. at that time we didn't have
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anything like the national data a base with fingerprints and dna, so he would go from place to place, from state to state far out west down to florida, this between, and -- in between, and they were not cooperating with each other. not because they didn't want to, because they couldn't. they didn't have the ability to cooperate. ted bundy had a field day. i've got to tell you sitting in that damage studio thinking of his -- in that stark studio, all of this, these young girls up against pure evil, it's a miracle they survived. and he was constantly chasing them. he'd come up with a fake cast and need help. he'd come up to another one dressed as a police officer. he changed his modus operandi. it was very hard to piece all this together. pete: nancy, nobody does it better. it's surviving bundy with nancy grace available on fox nation now. you know how to bring these things to life.
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thank you for doing this, nancy. >> thank you. pete: kids across america are suffering from big tech's influence. we'll talk to someone who's grown up with social media and has advice for parents. plus, cue the music if, it is national pasta day. we'll show you how to make a delicious dish that could change your morning routine. you don't get pasta for breakfast. ♪ ♪ and i said, well, that's one thing we've got ♪♪
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♪♪ >> and weaken our democracy. the generation who guide their children have such a different set of -- they don't have the context to support their children in a safe way. they say just take your kid's
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phone away. and the reality is or the issues are a lot more complicate than that. will: the impact of social media on our younger generation. our next guest, a college student -- part of that generation -- has the advice for parents to keep their kids safe. nyu junior joins us now, ricky, i'm excited to talk to you about this this morning because not only as a journalist, but as a parent, as the father of a 13-year-old who, being quite honest, just got his first phone. i'm worried. i'm constantly asking what's the right decision, what's the right time, when do i allow him to enter into this virtual world. what advice do you have for us? >> absolutely. i mean, i think that your concerns are completely warranted because even i as a 21-year-old can find the trends and the human history has been completely changed by social media and these new platforms
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that have rewritten what it's like to be an adolescent. i think the most important thing their parents can do is use this new data that we have from the whistleblowers to really make sure that they engage their children this hindful conversation around -- mindful conversation around setting limits and understanding why. not just being a tyrant and saying we don't have social media in this household or we wait until a certain age, but really talking to your children and and engaging them in that process and making sure that we're fortifying them with the skill sets to ultimately self-regular complaint to, ultimately, be hindful people -- mindful people in the digital age. will: i know you said in your op-ed you're 21 years old, you've been on social media for 10 of your 21 years, essentially instagram. you gave three trips. one of them you just laid out,
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engage your child. have an open dialogue to make decisions together. but you also said cap screen time. so set boundaries, set limits. what do you mean by that? 30 minutes a day? putting hard limits when it's time to set down the phone? >> yes, absolutely. i think that it'll be different for every child depending on their technological habit, but in iphone settings, there is a built-in feature where you can toggle how many hours your child spends on specific apps or on their screen in total. and i think sitting down with your children and having that moment to really have that conversation and say, well, what's your input and what are your needs, and how can we make sure that we're engaging with this technology in a mindful and discreet amount of time is really important. i think as i look back now as a 21-year-old, there are many books and maybe a few language ares i could have mastered in the time i spent on my iphone -- will: that's another thing. harmful is one thing, waste of
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time is a whole other angle. really quickly, one of your points, one of your pieces of advice, just stay off social media as long as possible. if you look at your own life, your own experience, your friends, i don't want you to -- maybe i do want you to pick and choose. once there one platform, one place that was more harmful in your experience that you watched your friends in your own life unfold, you say, hey, be careful, more careful with that one? >> absolutely. i think that instagram for teen girls is specifically the issue that we're seeing. and facebook's own data showed that 1 in 3 teen girls experience a worsening of their body image if issues on that platform. and ultimately what we're seeing is a bombardment of the highlight reel of everyone else's life. and every woman who's ever been a teen girl knows the desperation to look beautiful and fit in, and beauty standards have gone from unrealistic to entirely unreal with photoshop. what we're seeing right now is
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an absolute crisis of mental health specifically with self-harm and suicide attempts among young girls. i think that's the most important and pressing conversation to have is with the parents -- will: i've got to leave it there, ricky, but it's great advice on a very important issue. thank you so much. and we'll check out your op-ed. thank you so much. >> thank you so much for having me. will: americans are feeling the effects of the supply chain crisis and rising inflation, so what's the white house's solution? 100% global vaccination, that's their solution. kayleigh mcenany and gerri willis join us live to react. ♪ oh, it's a beautiful life ♪♪ .. 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. ♪ this isn't just freight.
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willis and jackie deangelis along with author of the upcoming book for such a time as this, kayleigh mcenany think. gerri, what does global vaccination have to do with solving our inflation problem? >> well, that's not the only thing that is contributing to inflation. this whole problem with the supply chain is really causing a lot of the inflation because you can't get the goods to market, you can't get the goods on shelves, right? let me give you one number. if you remember any number today, 3 billion. that is the number of packages of the supply chain sent during the holiday season last year between this is and christmas -- thanksgiving and christmas. we don't have enough people to deliver the packages, prices are going up for all kinds of goods. rachel: it just seems so out of touch. we heard, jackie, earlier this week that there was an economic adviser from obama and the chief of staff for the biden
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administration actually liked this tweet and emphasized it, basically in the tweet the economic adviser said, hey, inflation is a high class problem. which was really weird to me because it seems like if you're poor and especially if you're on a fixed income, this is a real problem. means you may not be able to buy your medication or buy your food. >> it's condescending and insulting. these are kitchen tables that americans are dealing with. i'm going to add a number, 11 million jobs that we have to fill. where did this problem start? it started because we paid people to stay home. we had a labor shortage. the next thing that happened, wages went up. employers saw their input costs go up. gas prices went up because we reversed trump's energy era policies. this is what you saw, a chain reaction. this isn't about vaccine mandates. that's making the problem worse. this is an administration that denies what's happening. we're going to work on it now so
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you have what you need for christmas, that's not going to happen. rachel: no, absolutely not. we talked a little bit about the supply chain problem, gerri was talking about that, and i just think, you know, i remember in america where i never even thought about supply chain. that was something somebody with a company thought about, but thousand all of us parents are -- now all of us parents are worrying about it ahead of this christmas season. you had a baby a couple years ago, so did i, i've had nine. hi husband was in congress -- my husband was in congress, you know, i believe in paternity leave, i absolutely do. i think it's a wonderful thing. but also i believe that there are also crises happening, and pete buttigieg, he's in charge of this economy. and i will just add, you know, paternity leave, materty leave is all about bonding with your kids, but it's also about supporting the woman who just
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had a baby and there are some medical and physical ailments. my initial reaction when i heard about his paternity leave was i thought, you know, nobody's had a hysterectomy, no one breast-feeding through the night. but let's get real, the country is in crisis, and people can ask if businesses are going to fail because he's not on the job. >> yes. well, you know, president trump, there's no greater believer than the person in our party who hellerred it which was trump -- heralded it was trump. president trump put in place paid family leave for federal employees. that being said, look, i took the job while i was pregnant, i had a baby, i was back on the road in three weeks. it was my choice to do that. the reason is because i had a job with an expiration date. i took a job on a campaign. you are there to serve the hearn people and sometimes that means putting the needs of the american people above your own
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even when it's painful, even when it's difficult. all that said, paid family leave's a good thing but but wee in a crisis, americans deserve someone on the job. rachel: yeah. i think what was surprising is so many people didn't even know he wasn't on the job. i want to look at some of these costs. washing machines up 19%, steak up 22%, children's shoe, 12%. bacon, 19%. i look at these and i see people, gerri, who are minimizing the inflation problem that we're talking about, people who have never been to the grocery store and have to put down the a package of meat because they just can't afford it or whatever. >> costs you have to pay. gas prices that are up dramatically. you can't just say, hey, i'm not going to buy gas today, right? and grocery, those prices are through the roof. same thing holds there. you've got to buy groceries. rachel: jackie, what should this
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administration be doing right now? >> they should retool their entire economic policy, that's where they should start. having said that, they should listen to the needs of the american people. this isn't about jeff bezos, okay? he's filling up his car, and he's not even thinking about it. the average american person is going to the pump, we have people saying i can't fill up all the way, so i got a half a tank today. they need to listen to people and understand what's going on. they need to stop spending money like this and realize that printing money is part of what -- rachel: absolutely. >> and they need to stop the calling it transitory because it hurts us now. and what because transitory mean? is it six more months? is it another year? so -- rachel: absolutely. kayleigh, you worked with former president donald trump so closely. i could imagine him in the supply chain crises actually at the docks unloading or directing. [laughter] what would he have done
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consistently in your view? >> everything. we wouldn't have a worker shortage. look at his economy. look at -- the receipts are there. there were more gains in wages under the trump economy in four years. why did that happen? because he had an inclusive economy, groups that traditionally had not made gains, black americans, asian-americans, they were making historic gains in wages because of the trump economy. rachel: yeah. i always think the democrats talk so much about reimagining when it comes to our economy or our border policy, you didn't have to reimagine anything. you just had to do whafg -- what was being done before. >> exactly. rachel: by the way, we didn't call each other -- [laughter] we're wearing pink for a very good reason, and we have another segment, all of us together, to talk about breast cancer awarenessful thank you all for being here, and we'll come right back and do it again. >> thank you.
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rachel: let's turn now to rick reichmuth for our forecast. rick: you better hope that the supply chain helps you get your coats this winter because we have kohl air on the way. temperatures, look at this, 15-20 drees lower than 24 hours ago at this time, 21 degrees cooler in atlanta, feels very chilly. temps into the 40s there. warming up across parts of the west, woo -- we're going to see a seesaw of temperatures, but certainly that's the case this week. temps not lowering that much in at least lower florida, south florida, temps are going to remain where you've been. but you can see everything has cleared out behind this front. lake effect rain across pars of the great lakes -- parts of the great lakes, and the central part of the country, completely dry. it's out across the west where we're pretty active, and that's good news. we're getting it throughout areas of washington, oregon,
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northern california, we even have snow advisories across parts of the sierra nevadas. temps today back9 into the 70s across parts of the central plains. all right, back to you. rachel: up next, it's national as that day, and we're giving the classic dish a "fox & friends" spin. find out how to make breakfast pasta for your whole family. stay with us. ♪ -- hungry eyes. ♪ now i've got you in my sights with those hungry eyes ♪♪ they customize my car insurance, so i only pay for 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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♪ ♪ -- juices like wine, and i'm hungry like the wolf ♪♪ will: today is national pasta day. have you ever craved a bowl of pasta for breakfast? ♪ ♪ [laughter] rachel: i love this movie. i love that they did that. let me show you a movie that the
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whole family can enjoy. pete: ashley keith joins us now. ashley, thanks for being here. >> i'm happy to be here. this is so exciting. national pass a that day is, like -- pasta is, like, top day. it's going to be a good one. and we have pasta for breakfast. it's eggs, you can use bacon -- oh, my gosh, we're using salami and pepperoni. so fun and amazing. will: really good. >> olive oil, some shallots, garlic and then our star ingredient which is our salami and pepperoni which everybody has. it's easy, delicious, and kids love it. this kind of cooks down, and you guys can see how beautiful -- pete: this is the final product. rachel: after you cook it down. >> exactly. this'll do 5 minutes like this, and then we'll get this beautiful end roney, ask it's delicious -- pepperoni. and then we're going to throw the pasta, throw it this there, yeah. get involved.
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and then we've got -- i love it. eggs -- rachel: it's like cash nara, i lo it. -- carb nara. [inaudible conversations] >> tongs to help this too. [inaudible conversations] >> this is why i'm here. look how creamy it gets. and it cooks just lightly on the heat and the warm pasta, but it's so delicious -- will: how long until the eggs are done? >> 2-3 minutes. rachel: you know what i love at this? it's so filling, the kids won't come back to the kitchen so much. [laughter] >> it transitions to lunch. go for it. get all that meat in there. and also you can top it. i did some pepperoni -- rachel: that's a good idea. you have some of that.
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and we have cabernet, $25 -- [inaudible conversations] there[laughter] >> crisp it up and put it on top like a nice garnish. pete: i didn't think until be appealing to have pasta for breakfast, but you're win me over. >> you can totally have it. rachel: and you could still put maple syrup over it. >> any of the good stuff that will ferrell does. but, yeah, s delicious. and then, obviously, with red wine. smith and hook is amazing. right? it's so delicious. bacon, whatever we have. pete: good. where can folks see this recipe? >> all that good stuff is right there. will: breakfast as that. rachel: still ahead, we've got jesse watters asking viewers what hay think about vice president harris -- they think
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the reason we are playing that song is because we have asked you to share some of your favorite patriotic songs and we agree that lee green was number one so then the question becomes who is number two and where do we go from there cracks we had american soldier earlier and now folks are nominating american. jason says is the ultimate patriotic song and gives hope and by banning the -- together americans can overcome any obstacle. rachel: we really need that message nowadays. will: keep sending in your suggestions, by the way. pete: glad you are here. we did three hours already and if you were with us we will do our best to do even that her because it's national mulligan day. i would like the seven a.m. a.m. hour performance ' don't feel like it was my a game so this is my mulligan our. rachel: do you feel like you had pasta for breakfast outside that maybe now you are ready to work
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harder with more energy? pete: absolutely and also just had my makeup freshly done. rachel: these two guys are so manly. pete: will is wearing a fantastic suit today. rachel: the most dapper suit you have worn since i started this job and it looks good on you. do a close up on this. it's a light plaid. you look very british. pete: i think that means for the past year she thought you didn't dress well. rachel: this is you really up your game here. pete: it's cool. will: appreciate that from both of you. there is a sense of what's coming in america. we talked about supply chain and we know there's a federally imposed vaccine mandate for any corporation over 100 employees or does business with the federal government and we expect that will cause a slew of a people across industries to walk away from their job and we are beginning to see it. we seen it in the
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healthcare industry and now, we are seeing it in law enforcement here this is a washington state trooper responding to governor ensley's mandate that every law enforcement officer in that state be vaccinated. watch. >> this is my final signoff. after 22 years of serving the state of washington i've been asked to leave because i'm dirty. numerous totality's, injuries, i have worked to six, played a sick, buried a lot of friends over the years and i would like to thank you guys and i thank the citizens of the county as well as my fellow officers in the valley. without you guys i would not have been successful and you kept me safe and happy home to my family every night. thank you for that. wish i could say more, but this is good, so 10:30 four, this is the last time you will hear me in a state patrol
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car. and jay ensley can kiss my [bleep] rachel: that is a powerful message. i love the drop mike moment at the end, but it's also so sad. this is a man who has been in the police force for 22 years and has so much experience and wisdom to add to his profession to help mentor young officers coming into the police force, who as we know is already-- it's hard to recruit people with them around that's so low in the disrespect for police officers. this is just another, you know, another way to kick them while they are down to our police officers to say you are good to work while we were in the pandemic as this officer did in the early days when we were locked down. he was working and probably got covid. we don't know for sure. now that we are coming out of this they say we don't need you anymore. what's most important is our vaccine policies and he's going to lose his
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job. pete: it is sad because it's entirely unnecessary. entirely unnecessary and totally arbitrary because you members of congress and you have the postal workers who are exempted and don't have to have vaccines. why not them? why this guy, why in new york city do police here not have a vaccine mandate? yes, they can do covid testing instead. in washington state? now, you are in or you are out so you lose a quality guy like that over 22 years. when is arbitrary and more-- unnecessary, makes is it all the more unnecessary. will: power grab and you will just get less experienced officers and less officers and by t way that matters in places like washington. we had a business owner from seattle earlier on the program and his business has been broken into six times a sense covid and he can even get the police to respond. rachel: didn't he tell you they told him to get a dog? will: they told him to get a dog in his café.
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here's a portion of what he said now that seattle might be down another 50% of officers. >> they don't show up. they don't show up. i call them. they say okay, we try to find a someone, try to find a police officer and they call me up and they are like second day or after like five or six hours, you still need someone to come in. the governor should step up and do something and the president joe biden should step up and do something. help the people. put the army, hire more police, something because if everyone is scared, won't have no business or everyone. we don't feel safe. this is not america. this is not the country i moved here 10 years ago from egypt to have a better life, but not. rachel: i hear that all the time. my mom is also an immigrant and she says exactly what this egyptian immigrant says this isn't the america i came here to and i don't recognize this. is this the result-- we talk about biden, but i
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think it started before probably around obama when he wanted to fundamentally transform america. will: immigrants come here to fulfill their american dream have a different vision of american than those that want to change america. unfortunately, those that want to change america are those in charge with power right now. let's move to this. we had governor mike huckabee on earlier in the show and he told us personnel is policy. people that you choose to help implement your ideas. of the people you surround yourself with, the one who identify your administration tear we also talked over time about whether or not joe biden was the man in charge or whether or not he was a shape shifter by those around him and would he bend it to the far left. let's take a quick look, just to people he is putting into place and surrounded himself with. first, this is not one 100% sure how to pronounce the name.
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this is joe biden's pick for comptroller. she went to moscow state university and wrote a thesis paper on marxism which hasn't been released. rachel: and she's hiding it. will: the public is having trouble accessing the thesis paper. pete: about marxist and mocks-- moscow. will: here's what she did say march 31, 2019, until i can to the u.s. i couldn't imagine things like gender pay gap still existed. the thing about the old ussr there was no gender pay gap. markets don't always know best. i pair that with another individual he has picked nominating to run the border patrol. what's his background? law enforcement officer and i believe tucson. he advocated for tucson to be a sanctuary city. here's what he had to say. he said the police chief here i'm deeply troubled by the trump administration campaign against sanctuary cities which refuses to turn over undocumented
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immigrants to federal authorities. the harsh anti-immigrant rhetoric that she was talking about jeff sessions-- ignores a basic reality, so a proponent of sanctuary cities in charge of border patrol and as someone who has lauded the ussr in charge of money, comptroller. rachel: they have been pushing out so many of the good leaders that president donald trump had a border patrol and so what will this do to the morale of our border patrol who by the way have already been insulted by this administration with this whole incident about the horse and accusing them of within immigrants when they were just doing their job. absolutely this is a kick to the knee. pete: for sure. rachel: border patrol agents morale is so low. pete: don't look at what they say, look at what they do and the people they choose. joe biden had the audacity to go to the law enforcement event
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yesterday and said he now supports the police and he wants more police. look at what his administration has done across the board, what democrats have done and that aquatic cities across the board and they had the audacity to go to the podium and say the border is closed, it's closed it don't come. a look at what they do. at they led everyone into and it had take the border patrol who believes in sanctuary cities and believes talking about century city's as anti- immigrant rhetoric. do you think he's going to do anything at the border? of course not and the comptroller of our currency is about soviet cracks that's going to go over great, but people don't know because a lot of that stuff happens behind the scenes and if we don't cover it, no one covers it. rachel: i guarantee you it's not being covered and why can't she release that thesis? we ought to see that, but it should be out there. we should know who's running our government especially when we have a president who's as though clearly not in charge. will: this is indeed behind-the-scenes. people don't know.
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people don't even know much about the biden-- the president of the united states. pete: that was in an intentional segue. will: and that jesse waters as you know "watters world" goes to the street and talks to people and they asked the question do they know, do they even know about the vice president of the united states. watch. >> who is this? >> vice president kamala harris. >> who is this? >> i can even tell you. >> take a guess. >> that's the mayor. >> bill de blasio? >> the governor. >> what do you think kamala harris stands for? >> herself. >> unity, equality. >> what has she done to support equality? >> i don't know. >> what good do you think she has done as a vice president? >> obviously not much because i would have heard. >> what you think kamala harris has done well?
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>> covering for biden's [bleep] [laughter] pete: obviously not much because i would have heard is the winner of that race is. rachel: absolutely. it's killing her to hear -- if she is watching hearing this because it she just loves to be adored and given all these accolades and told that she is the first of this, the first of that, first woman, the first woman in color and she is so into all of this sort of performative stuff and people on the streets will tell you they don't know either who she is or more importantly what she has done, will. will: what she believes in what she stands for and that's why we look at all of these individuals whether it's the price-- vice president, comptroller or head of border patrol, know who is making the decisions in this country. pete: imagine you are the vice president of the united states and you aren't interested in trying to tackle the business-- biggest problems facing our country. i'm glad she's not trying because her solutions would be
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horrible, but imagine it's all a pr exercise or you are the president and it's all a pr exercise bqe-- because you can't speak and they hide you away and tell you what to say. rachel: is there anything going right in this administration cracks i don't know anything going right. of the economy, the border, afghanistan. will: covid, the one thing they said is their top priority to change, when they say covid thumbs up? rachel: they probably would because all of the things i just mentioned they will say they did great in. pete: i'm thinking really hard. rachel: tell me one thing. pete: i'm trying to be fair, actually. i don't do that very often pure i can't. at the va is shutting down choice for vets and wait time is coming back everything you think about-- rachel: it's not hard. pete: closer to a bomb, not good. rachel: china? pete: friends@foxnews.com. , if you can think of one good thing and you have to nail it,
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friends@foxnews.com. and we might put it on the screen. rachel: i guess it's my turn. i'm so into this topic that i'm still thinking. to our headlines, the biden administration is getting another $20 million to mexico and central america tear they might see that as a window. to solve what they believe are the root causes of illegal immigration. this, as dozens of immigration advocates ditch a virtual meeting with the top biden officials with political reporting the activists want that administration to reentry-- reinstate the trump era remain in texas policy. new video shows a tsunami of lava spewing out of an erupting volcano in spain with the increased lava flow the result of a second earthquake to hit the island. at the? were the strongest since the volcano first erupted summer 19-- september 19.
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at the island has registered more than 100 total earthquakes in that time causing thousands of people to lose their homes and seeks out-- shelter. nypd is giving thousands of halloween costumes to give to kids across the city. >> i love it. rachel: at the big donation coming from the organization smile through cars. officers will pass out costumes over the next two weeks to underprivileged children as well as a kids sick in the hospital and can go trick-or-treating and those are your headlines. i love to say that because we reported a story on dan but gino last night that there was a school in the state of washington that shut down halloween at the school because they said some kids can afford costumes and here you can see what can happen is you can reach out to the community and americans in those generous people on the planet, and give
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costumes to kids who can't afford it. pete: the school in michigan also that cancel that valentine's day because it's not inclusive enough and some they could go. still ahead, kayleigh mcenany, gerri wilis and jackie deangelis joining us again this hour to talk about breast cancer awareness month, but first joe biden's administration is accused of weaponize in the d.o.j. against parents of. south dakota governor once politics out of the classroom she's on next. >> 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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speech and members of the u.s. civil rights are firing back at the biden administration after the d.o.j. test at the fbi to investigate parents. rachel: we have called the internet for anyone approaching a national problem and nearly what we have seen has makes us proud to be americans as they care about the education of their children and they aren't willing to allow them to be
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indoctrinated into a radical ideology. will: south dakota governor kristi noem has vowed to restore education in classrooms. thank you for being here. when you see no way that apartment of justice characterizes parents and you see some pushback from conservative members, what our parents to think these days? >> frankly, i'm glad to see parents getting involved. it's fantastic that they care what their kids are taught in their schools and the fact that biden administration is investigating parents for carrying about their children's education is a shocking to me and the way they are going after them investigating them as-- is simply wrong and un-american. will: governor, we had a parent from loudoun county on earlier talking about parents pushing back against this agenda and why school boards and superintendents and administrators seem to be so out of touch with parents in their districts. let's listen to what he had to say get your
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response. >> of these people are part of the woke nation. they want brownie points from these people. at they don't care about the parents or the children at all. when you see the school curriculum where a fifth-grader just starts to learn how to multiply and divide, that's a bad sign. at that should be done in third grade. we spoke up and the entire nation is speaking up and i'm telling parents do not give up, be involved with your kids curriculum, be involved with the school. do not give up a. will: governor, how do we explain school boards are so out of touch with the wishes of parents and their districts? >> right now in south dakota a lot of our school board members are working very hard. they are people who have other jobs, other careers and they have relied on advice from the administration within their public schools and i think that happens across the country. when i ran for governor, wanted our school board members to get more training and to give them more opportunities to recognize the responsibility they have
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and i think that is what is important is that everyone needs to remember that it's about control. what's getting pushed by this woke movement is control of our kids in the future and making sure they are indoctrinated with information that allows the government to decide what they do, what they think and how they feel about their future, so the fact that parents are going in front of these school boards and helping to give their perspective and weighing in on their kids curriculum is exciting for me because when i first ran for governor i wanted to put civics and history in our curriculum and it was defeated by my legislature and even some republicans voted against it and here three years later it's refreshing to see that the countries waking up. republicans and democrats now recognize the true history needs, and we have to care within our classrooms and was going into kid's minds and hearts and parents are showing up and getting involved at. it's a good thing and at the fact that the federal government has come out after them is
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something that we have to reject wholeheartedly and leaders like myself need to stand up on behalf of our parents. rachel: absolutely. i don't see domestic terrorists, but good parents. i want to get to this because i-- if you haven't seen this i recommended, you talk about how debt ridden our federal government is and it's a wake-up call for us to sort of take on that conservative way of life that really ronald reagan was such a good example of. he cleared his own brush on his ranch and whatnot so this is a time for us to begin speaking about taking care of ourselves with all the debt the government won't be there for us. >> i had the chance to visit the reagan ranch recently with a scott walker and andrew who runs it there and it was so incredible for me too see the humbleness with which ronald reagan chose to spend his free time. they loved it the simple life that every day americans live in even though we have this big powerful office that
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what really resonated with him was the work on the ranch, working with his hands and also solving problems and it reminded me a lot in this country and the continued spending and debt that we are seeing coming out of the biden administration and how we have to come back to our foundation of reagan conservativism and living within our means. i look at the infrastructure bill, the spending bill and they are giving free daycare, free college and essentially making our children pay for their own babysitters because we are going to a pay for it. we will pass it onto them and someday they will have to pay it off and that kind of decision is something ronald reagan would have never stood for. he recognized the value of a living within your means, having a budget in this country has not done that for a long time and it's getting worse and worse under this administration and i think it's important we reflect back on past leaders like ronald reagan and use their optimism, use their fiscal conservativeness and use it as a roadmap for the future. rachel: couldn't agree with you
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more and by the way will worked on a ranch just like you. will: she probably has me beat. [laughter] rachel: we should put that to a test. that would be fun. "fox & friends" at the ranch. will: i'm in. rachel: thank you, governor. >> thank you. have a wonderful day. rachel: october is breast cancer awareness month and several members of the fox news family knows the disease all too well. kayleigh mcnany, gerri wilis and jackie deangelis shares their stories with us next. ♪♪ at vanguard, you're more than just an investor, you're an owner with access to financial advice, tools and a personalized plan that helps you build a future for those you love. vanguard. become an owner. hello, for the last few years, i've been a little obsessed vanguard. with chasing the big idaho potato truck. but it's not like that's my only interest.
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or gerri wilis was diagnosed with stage iii breast cancer in 2015 and has been a fierce advocate for cancer research a sense of then. jackie deangelis was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer in june and had a double must suck to be and came back to work 13 days later and outnumbered, hosted kayleigh mcenany is of an upcoming book for such a time as this and in it she shares her difficult decision to get a double mastectomy after learning she had an 84% chance of having breast cancer, jerry, jackie and kaylee join us now. i think it would be useful and enlightening to our viewers to hear your stories for those of you that have not heard in a while, jerry, tell us what happened. >> so, i was working here and i got diagnosed with stage three breast cancer, a weird kind of breast cancer, hard to see with a mammogram and i was as a shocked as anyone. rachel: how did you know? >> i got a test and i
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was a showing signs. my right nipple was inverted and that's what happens if you get breast cancer and it starts to display science. you can see discharges, more than 250,000 people will be diagnosed with with breast cancer in this country with this disease alone. you have to get her mammogram 30 that's what this is all about. there is a run in the new york city area today that the american cancer society is putting on to help people in this situation and if you are out there today, you are worried, concerned and afraid to get that mammogram, do it anyway. if not for you, do it for your family. rachel: absolutely. 's only people didn't go to the doctor because of the pandemic. what do you know about that like do we have any information, any data on that? >> jerry has that. >> we had something like 87% drop in a screening and we think that cancer overall we have missed 80 million cases. >> part of my story is the fact that covid
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delayed my mammogram for six months so who knows what would have happen, but having said that i was diagnosed in june and i'm still going through it in my second surgery is monday, a week from tomorrow. this is a tough thing because you have to sit back and say how did this happen. i didn't have any history my family you know but one in eight women will have breast cancer. it's very real and part of my message and sitting here with these beautiful women is to say if it can happen to us, it can happen to you. cancer does not discriminate. there are things you can do to prevent it, tried to reduce your chances so i recommend people go to websites-- rachel: what can you do? >> you can change your diet think about exercising more. decrease your sugar intake, stop drinking alcohol. i mean, these are things that will help especially with estrogen. i said to myself, i had no history, no gene, where did this come from i will am a journalist
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and i wanted answers so i really started to think about that. rachel: that's so interesting because i thought it was entirely one 100% genetic it and that your story is so enlightening in that way. in your case, you had a family history. >> yeah, and i never had breast cancer. i want to be clear. i had a gene that put me at roughly 84% chance of getting it. i had eight women in my family that had been diagnosed with breast cancer, some who died in their late 20s so, i mean, it was a aggressive cancer. my mom never had breast cancer, but she found out she had this gene. angelina jolie you may remember she had that mutation, but before she had the preventative vasectomy my mom did and it was radical at the time and people questioned her decision years and years ago, but i looked at her and i saw a strong hero who had taken control of her health. i got tested the day of her surgery because i was so inspired by what she did and i found out i was positive.
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mris, skiers, mammograms and after 10 years i met an amazing husband and decided to have the mastectomy and one thing i have to say is reconstruction has come a long way. i am very happy with the way i love. i look beautiful, i feel strong and it's the best decision i have made a. rachel: what percentage of women who get that no and decide this is what they should do. do we know? >> i don't know the percentage but everyone is different. some op to engage in routine in surveillance, but for me i had far too many scarce if your queen you know you have this gene, it scares you and i was done feeling scared and now i live life, freest year end full of hope. >> mind was invisible, you couldn't file, i had no idea. rachel: you found out as she went in for this test. >> the mammogram and originally it says imagine cornflakes crushed in a bag, it
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looks like sand if you will, didn't even look like a mass. >> i would say look at this panel. these women are very young. and get a mammogram even if you are young. i know the mo is that breast cancer affects women in their 60s and 70s, now, look at this. you need a mammogram. rachel: this is a great panel, great information, thank you for sharing your personal story and when i think will be useful to our viewers and if you are a man, tell your wife or girlfriend to do it. kayleigh mcenany's expert on breast cancer is available to read now on foxnews.com. and be sure to check out her book. it's out in december. >> december 7. rachel: thank you. more "fox & friends sunday" coming up more about my great-great-grandfather baptiste caretto. ancestry threads all of the little facts together into a narrative so you get to feel like
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is aware of this ongoing situation and provided this quote welfare and safety of u.s. citizens abroad is one of the highest priorities of the department estate. prior to this, the department had in place a level four do not travel advisory for haiti due to civil unrest, covid 19 and kidnapping is specifically. kidnappings are uncommon in haiti and are known to surge during crimes-- times of crisis. at this point, no word if an official contact has been made with the missionaries or their abductors appeared back to you. will: thank you. let's turn to chief meteorologist rick wright who has our fox weather forecast. >> good morning. on sundays i generally like to show you what precipitation you can expect in the coming weeks and this is a precipitation on the way through friday. notice, it's not that much especially across the east. across the west we have another system that will bring snow centered
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across areas of the central rockies, parts of wyoming and the west coast will get a lot of rain amount and so now. that's good news. across the east, florida looks great coastal areas of the carolinas look great and most of the precipitation you can see is maybe somewhere around a 10th to a quarter of an inch arena. a lot of this call home or weather pattern is because of this cold front that moved through and it dropped our temperatures down a lot of places around 20 degrees cooler from 24 hours ago, so notice a big chill in the air with the humidity gone as well. temperatures across the west cool, northern plains cool but you will get a break today starting to see temperatures climb back up. that's all behind this front i was mentioning, still a bit of rain across main and lake effect rain with the cooler air moving over the lakes that are still a bit warmer and also you will notice the tail end of the front. towards a south florida -- it's moving toward south florida.
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pete: americans across the country are grappling with a surge in cost of everyday items at the grocery store and even kids are feeling the supply crunch as it hits their school lunches. >> when the deliveries do command, we are hoping it's what we ordered, but sometimes it's not. chicken and carrots are a problem and now it's supplies and this particular fruit or vegetable, then whatever things can we fill in with. pete: sunday morning futures maria-- maria bartiromo, maria, it's across the board. we have a full screen here i believe a graphic of the cost of goods over the last year, washing machines, eggs, steak, bacon and that's not a small percentage. we are talking 20%. >> you are right, pete. unfortunately we will see a much more expensive end of the year going into the holidays. us things like dairy commonly used meat and poultry, eggs up 10.5%,
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new cars up 9%, used cars of 24%, electricity up to 5%, fuel, this is the big one to fuel up 42% year-over-year, energy up 25%, gasoline 42% gasoline increase in the last year. you are talking about so much money flooding this economy. is creating shortages everywhere you look. i'm just back from a trip and when i was talking with the people at the hotel, they told me they cannot get any workers back to work because many of the workers feel that they were making more money from government checks and they are counting on more checks coming so they don't want to go back to the job so you see all of these consequences of this failed policy all over the economy and unfortunately, this is not a temporary situation and it will continue particularly as the democrats try to jam through their 5 trillion-dollar package, which is going to be the highlight of
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washington next week. we are talking about it this morning i have a democrat on from california who wants the climate portion in that package. joe manchin is a saying no climate and the question is will alexandria ocasio-cortez vote for something without the climate portion. this is a fight till the end, but if this package goes through, these numbers that we are looking at now in terms of inflation are just going to be the beginning of it. we are going to see much more expensive items across the board. unfortunately, the white house is telling you lies at. yesterday we had that tweet saying that this is a high-class problem. saying it's a high-class problem, obviously these items are not a high-class problem and it's something we are all spending money on. also i'm back from the border. wait till you hear what the ranchers told me. i was able to see the evolution of this crisis worsened because it was
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my third time at the border. these ranchers will not even throw out the garbage without carrying their pistol. greg abbott, the governor of texas is with us and we will hear from him in terms of what he's doing. by the way, i have a breaking news that you will want to hear at the top of that show. waited till you hear what people are talking about regarding nancy pelosi. what her plans maybe after she jams through the spending package. oh, yeah, we will have that at 10:00 a.m. pete: i will be watching. what could it be, maria, thank you so much. >> thank you. pete: we are ready to get our game on for week six of the nfl season. here to review the jampacked matchup on fox today and how you can win $100,000. ♪♪
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will: it's now week at six at the nfl season end fox has a full slate of must-see matchups that you don't want to miss. vikings take on the panthers in a batter of
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former oklahoma quarterback mayfield and the cardinals take on the browns. to break it all down we have charissa thompson. good morning. >> good morning. will: we had three big games but you will focus on and help us through the day. let's start with the rams and giants, 1:00 p.m. what do you think we make this is easy for me, the rams are rolling it pains me too see what they did to my seahawks. look like we had a chance and then the rams went wild. i expect them to do the same in new york. new york is beat up. daniel jones has a concussion. it was so sad to see him come out of that game with another ankle injury so he is beat up. although i think the giants can hang for a second, the rams will run away with it.
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will: the giants were very good to start with and they are playing with their second team, so maybe. packers, bears, aaron rogers, young justin field. >> the oldest rivalry as you know in the nfl, this is always a good one and both teams will be up for this with the bears coming off of two wins albeit to the lions and raiders who last week were dealing with distractions, but nonetheless i expect the packers to win by a score. you know, it's aaron rogers and again it's going up against justin field. field is also without his running back and he was also without his running back really all year long so i expect herbert to get the number of touches in this one because montgomery house already out so the running back position is reeling as well. khalil had a good game last week. at this as a young team
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and they will come around, but not yet against the packers. will: the final game is not on fox, but you can predict the outcome in the fox but super six at, but that's not really why we are talking about the seahawks and steelers. geno smith, of all things do you want to talk about gino? he hasn't started a game in 1400 days or something like that. >> yeah, and russell wilson who was the ironman of the nfl had not missed a star in his 10 year career is out with that finger injury. gino smith, a formidable-- any quarterback i don't care if you are a backup or whatever, you are in the nfl. at the problem is that defense, the worst defense in the league and you are going up against the steelers who if they stick to that running game like we saw last week in the offense of line can give ben time he deserves then i expect the steelers to
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win by three. look, you know why, i'm willing to bet against my own it team because i like winning unlike you who you ride that cowboys no matter what which right now is working for you a. will: it is working for me. your home or -ism, your sprinkling about connectivity which is interesting because i've never considered that play myself. >> look, i like winning. will: you have been wanting to get into this segment. pete: you don't know me and i'm a homer, but i'm frustrated you didn't take the vikings-- vikings. >> now, i don't like the vikings today and i think the panthers rebound. we don't have enough time is what i'm hearing from your producer. take six outcomes of today's game for a chance to win $100,000 of terry bradshaw's money and it's fun for everyone at. will: you have been wanting to get into this segment for a long time. thank you. have fun today.
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