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>> sean: villain of the day, flip-flop fauci, he had things to say about those who disagree with him. >> what i do and i try very hard is to be guided by the truth. sometimes the truth becomes inconvenient for some people so they react against me. that's just what it is. >> how about the truth? laura ingraham, my heart is troubled. welcome back. >> laura: is your heart still troubled? your heart needs to relax and go into total zen krav maga ease. >> sean: no, i do that in the morning. >> laura: look at me, hannity, i've done so much krav maga and look at what happened to my hand here. >> sean: let me see, what happened to your hand? >> laura: can you see it? >> sean: i've broken every single finger in my hand for her to scream and i'm not going to tell you what happened to mine. a great show,
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i'll pick it up where you left off. i'm laura ingraham and this is the ingraham angle. glenn youngkin has a very big announcement about his race against democrat. he's here exclusively tonight to tell us what it is. a series of elected officials, some men take a tumble and raymond arroyo takes it all. twins exposed and that's the focus of tonight's "angle." dr. fauci like joe biden worked and lived in the d.c. bubble for 50 years? both are elderly fixtures in the washington establishment. both are well-liked by the undelete for different reasons. and both are politically liberal and neither has been held accountable by the press and the significant failures and inadequacies. fauci's been protected by the beltway media for so long, that
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he equates their approval without the american people. thus anybody who is in throwing laurels on him must be a conspiracy theorist. or just dumb. >> why do you think you have become so controversial and honestly, do you think there's anything you have done that has contributed to that? >> i have stood for, always making science data, and evidence be what we got ourselves five. people who feel differently, who have conspiracy theories, who deny reality that is looking them straight in the eye, those are people who do not particularly care for me. >> laura: you see what he did there? he honestly believes that he's beyond reproach. at the reality that millions disrupted fauci long before covid and for good reason. 40 years ago at the height of the aids crisis, dr. anthony fauci headed the same national
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institute of allergy and infectious diseases, which he leads today. he also ran the government's aids research program. 1987, he says he was approached by leading aids activist to consider promoting the drug for the preventative medication. despite the pleas from physicians such as dr. joseph donovan who was successfully using facts from the aids patients, fauci declined to act citing the need for an clinical trial. he was focused on the aids vaccine of course which never materialized. 2015 interview, he said that delaying the use of the prophylaxis showed an egregious negligence by perpetrators claiming to protect those with aids. the peoples whose responsibility was to look after them and had compassion or interest. it could have prevented tens of thousands of deaths.
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he specifically named fauci as one of those perpetrators. now, fauci has been occurring favor since the early days at nih. 2005 book about the eight epidemic shows how larry kramer booked a audience with fauci and if you want an appointment, we do not call the secretary, you call the press officers who booked their talks and interviews like movie stars. you could have easily advocated awareness as a preventative treatment and the fact that the federal aid czar influence is and was infamous. it's the same tony fauci. fast forward. remember, you do. he dismissed promisee therapeutics like hydroxychloroquine despite please from the doctors would use them successfully on thousands of patients. this is across the globe by the
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way. the fda follow suit. how many lives could have been saved? how many lives do you think could have been saved had people had an open mind about hydroxychloroquine? >> i struggle with that one. i start to think about it. our numbers were staggering were staggering. >> laura: we could have saved 10,000 lives? >> no, more than that. >> laura: 100,000? >> laura, i hate to say things like that, but, yes. >> laura: of course, fauci is the same media hound that he was at 40. whether posing on the cover of people, in style, appearing with celebs and late-night comics. >> they made fun of fauci antics but my birthday in november. >> you're a busy man, i'm always grateful for you taking time. did you get sucked into politics
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when you talk about the medicine the medicine. >> have you fantasized about dumping a horses head onto rand paul's bed? >> that's hilarious. >> laura: if flip flopping was olympic sports he would've been the most decorated athlete in the history of the game. he lost credibility with the public long ago not because people disliked him personally, right wing nut jobs, but because he regularly swims in a sea of contradictions. from the use of masks, the danger of covid in children, to football games becoming super-spreader events. >> i thought covid's about to have a feast. >> i thought the same thing. it's unfortunate. but it never happened. corporate cases and hospitalizations and deaths now down in every football state across the south were florida even hospitalizations held 64%
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last month with 90,000 fans packed in the gator stadium. >> laura: thumbs up for nbc for acknowledging that. let's not forget that fauci praise health care workers as he should have, when at the same time going on to 4,000 off the job by enforcing a vaccine mandate. he repeatedly refused to recognize what's been borne out by research. the robust and durable natural immunity. enjoyed by those previously infected. our media, they have given fauci a pass on all of this and a lot more. simply because they prefer him to the political figures criticizing. an intellectual mission compared to fauci, joe biden had been propelled by pretty much the same forces in the d.c. swamp. corrupt u.s. media ignoring his efficiencies and declining mental acuity. the political system that awards
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time served over result in marriage. for decades, everybody in the know in d.c. knew that biden was not particularly smart or clever. for as long as i can remember and i've been in washington for a long time, biden's reputation was always sides of an all-around hands a goofball. one that's been elevated way beyond his ability and propelled by his own incompetency. with fauci, there's plenty of reasons to believe that biden is somewhat compromised by old relationships with china. the press and big tax, they worked overtime to deep six the hunter laptop story from the 2020 campaign. just as they largely ignored fauci's connection to chinese medical researchers. now, neither has been aggressive, we know that and denying chinese transparency on the origin of covid. why? the press doesn't really care at this point. the fact that the w.h.o. seems
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more focused on the china cover-up question than the biden administration. it tells you all you need to know here. compare how biden and fauci talk about republican governors who decline covid mandates, to how they speak of the ccp. >> the chinese scientists we dealt with, i have dealt with myself over the years if not decades, i have faith that they are not distorting things. >> i've told president xi myself. i'm not looking for conflict. if these governors will not help us be the pandemic. i will use my powers, though mike to get them out of the way. >> politics still trump the science. you look for an instance of the governor of florida. >> he feels vaccines are not important for people, that there are important for some people. that's completely incorrect. >> laura: republican governors are never acting in good faith while china is given the benefit
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of the dealt with the swamp twins. the press themselves, come on. at the any semblance of objectivity covering any of this. those journalists working as de facto surrogates for the democratic party and those big tech ceos that block free expression to protect them, landed us in that mess we are experiencing today. fauci enforced logons and mandates, we have thrown the economy into inflation with reckless spending and anti-oil and gas policies. think about this, independent media, they wouldn't stand by day after day with the president refusing to answer questions being ushered out of the room. they would be demanding answers. if not stuck in a january 6th time warp like they are today. in every way, trump and his cabinet ready anticipates of the swamp twins. most were newcomers who did not
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want to work fuel system, they were going to blow it up figuratively because they knew that the old system was not working the american people. now the swamp twins are back in charge. they use the pandemic to kate terrorizing control the population wasting billions in federal funds and keeping the panic going. there is one quarantine that i'm anticipating. a permanent quarantining of these two. that's "the angle." let's bring in tonight's medicine cabinet joining me now, dr. peter mccullen, dr. jay by jay bhattacharya stanford university professor of medicine. starting with io, what do you make of fauci's reaction to criticism after he has been so wrong and so contradictory on so many issues over the last 20 months? >> criticism and science in my field is common. we accept his skepticism and it's heavy basically welcomes.
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again, hefty in discussions especially when we are facing emerging problems. americans need to see is themes of doctors not one individual, nih, we need teams of doctors, treatment experts, vaccine safety and efficacy experts and those who have competencies and expertise and in-hospital care in order to bring the pandemic to a close. it cannot be done by one person alone. certainly not one person and his level of competence. >> laura: new research guys out of the u.k. found that people who previously recovered from covid-19 were about 71% less likely to contract it a second time. it represents about the same level of protection the study found was offered by two doses of the vaccine. i should note that the institute compiled 81 of the research studies finding the same periodf
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doctor, how much of the compendia of studies or new studies before they medical leadership in the country starts taking natural immunity seriously? my goodness. >> it's remarkable to me. what we have is an institutional led by dr. fauci. he was in charge of the science of funding and immunological research and denied natural immunity which we have known -- we have known about it for quite a long time with this. the evidence is mounting but we knew it one year ago. the fact is that we have so many people forced out of their jobs from vaccine mandates who do not acknowledge natural immunity. nurses who got covid during the last year were covered. i'm quite immune. immune. if dr. fauci to deny it. it's amazing to me. >> laura: there's the issue of the that the j&j vaccine, fauci
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was on abc yesterday. he was addressing the effectiveness of the j&j covid shot. take a look. >> dr. fauci, the advisory panel recommended booster doses for the j&j vaccine. should the 15 million people who got vaccines be concerned given the recommendations? >> laura: no, not at all. i think they should feel good about it because what the advisors to the fda felt is that given the data that they saw, very likely, they should have been a two dose vaccine to begin with. >> laura: dr. mccullen, i heard that -- i heard it this morning. he just casually throw set out. i guess it should have been a two dose. what? people listening to that are more confused than ever. they told us one shot was enough. now it should have been two shots and you can mix the shots up apparently. am i missing something here?
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speak of what are missing is data with the delta variant. the j&j application only had 4% of cases with delta. all the data they are relying on in the second j&j sean has to do with the legacy variance. also, beta, gamma, these are extinct now. we've had no significant insurances with any of the vaccines that they provide adequate coverage. only 4% delta is not enough. >> laura: back to your point, dr. bhattacharya about the mandate pushing people out of the edge though mike judge, the hospital recently forced out 100 50 employees for not being faxed. if here's how the ceo spun it. >> that's a great this appointment that even within the hospital system and the signs we believe in firmly, we were not
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able to move the opinions of the individuals to the right place. it really shows how strong the misinformation campaign is. >> laura: dr. bhattacharya, no mention of the employees who quiets had natural immunity. nothing. basically saying it's a messaging problem and misinformation problem. >> i mean come on when you basic scientific facts like the people who recovered from covid, have better community than people in were vaccinated, you can a brief distrust. when leaders of the scientific communities and communities deny the basics facts, you should not be surprised when people start disbelieving you. they're starting to make excuses like that, the nurses and the doctors that they hired our science deniers, it makes no sense.
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i think really we need an absolute revamping of the scientific community and the public health community. we need to look at it in the mirror and say what have we done wrong? >> laura: no, dr. mccullen, chomping at the bit and obviously you're from texas. you know the medical system very well. i've got to get your quick thoughts on that. >> briefly, you know, those who are covid recovered and completed immunity, they are the best employees to have. more vaccinated health care workers getting delta than unvaccinated. >> laura: we have people with breakthrough infections with the double and vaccinated it, those that are immunocompromised like obviously the late colin powell was who lost his battle yesterday. it's happening all over the country unfortunately. gentlemen, great to have you both on tonight. thank you. kamala harris violating federal
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♪ ♪ >> when i was growing up, we
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sang in the choir at oakland 23rd avenue church of god. we were taught it was our sacred responsibility to raise our voice and lift up the voices of our community. virginia, you have the opportunity now to raise your voice for your votes because it's election time. i believe in my friend terry mccullen is the leader virginia needs at this moment. >> laura: that was vice president kamala harris virtual address to black churches across the commonwealth of virginia yesterday. apart from her professed religion, her sermon had a serious problem. you might be illegal. adjoining i was jonathan turley , law professor. fox news professor. both parties appeared in churches campaign seasons, that's happened. what happened here with
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kamala harris that might run afoul of the law? >> the biden administration has to enforce tax laws including rules governing organizations, such as churches. part of those regulations include what's called johnson which -- in order to be tax-exempt. the churches play this video, and they would be in violation of federal law. if the white house participated in this plan, to have direct politicking, they would have assisted in the violation. that puts them in a rather awkward position. their administration has to enforce this very rule. >> laura: merrick garland is focusing on the january 6th grandma and grandpa's commode to make sure they stay in whatever type of confinement they are in.
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they gave you in the explicit instructions on how churchgoers could actually vote. watch this. >> early voting has only started. the first year that you can vote on sunday. please, vote after today's surface. if you cannot vote today, please make a plan to go vote. go to >> laura: professor, this is called pushing folks to a specific website? that brings more problems to them if we had a justice department or the irs arm that was going to do something. >> it's an extraordinary video because the white house can argue that we just made the video. the violators are the churchgoers who decided to play them. but that doesn't work when the video is referencing churches
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and their services. those directly from church to vote. the question here, did the white house knowingly create a video to violate federal law? clearly, they are not the ones who have a tax-exempt status. but there is a serious problem if you're encouraging these violations. what's interesting is that president trump really did not like the johnson amendment and insisted he was going to get rid of it. when he did it, then many democrats and legal experts cried foul. they were destroying the separation of church and state. this is encouraging the violation of federal law. after this video plays, there was nothing but crickets from many of those areas. >> laura: they are obviously very concerned about what is happening in some of these polls. i think they're pulling out all the stops getting obama to
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campaign there and others. professor jonathan turley, great to see her. thank you. adjoined by the man on the ally harris was campaigning to defeat and all the churches. glenn youngkin, g.o.p. governor tori l candidate. you're making a major announcement i understand tomorrow. please give us a preview, please. >> laura, you have shined a very bright light with your good coverage. what's been going on in northern virginia schools. it's been ground zero for a parent standing up for the rights of their children, who had their schools open. to not be tied to political agenda, but instead to have a real curriculum to have explicit material taken out of their kids teaching materials. all of a sudden, laura, we see that our students aren't safe anymore. we see a school board in the commonwealth's attorney may be covered up a real violent crime,
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sexual assault in schools. tomorrow nights, we are bringing people together all over mark northern virginia and we will lay out a plan. virginia kids can't wait any longer. terry mcauliffe's program, he specifically acknowledged that he believes parents don't have a right to be engaged in their kids education. in fact he wants government to stand between parents and their children. if tomorrow night, we will lay out the steps forward in order to go to work for virginia's kids now. that they can't wait until january 15th. we will go to work for them tomorrow night. >> laura: is a sign that this issue is obviously hurting him, even in liberal northern virginia. terry mcauliffe, is that they are trying to portray him as the champion of parent involvement. watch. >> we've always been involved in our kids education. we know good schools depend. that's why i want you to hear this from me. glenn youngkin's taking my words
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out of context. i always value the concerns of parents. it's wise governor, we scale back standardized testing, expanded pre-k, and invest in a billion dollars in public schools. >> laura: i have no idea how scaling back standardized testing of skid or less. that lowers the bar. if what you're taking him out of context. i watch the debate. are you taking him out of context? >> the nation the debate and then he quintupled, he just quintupled down on it and said it six times since then. appearance do not have a role in the kids education. of course, what he is seeing is that parents across the commonwealth of virginia are standing up and saying, no, sir, we absolutely have a fundamental right to be in our kids education. to have a say over what happens with curriculum, to say what happens in the building. we send our children to every day assuming it's going to be safe.
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guess what, we are finding out it is not. terry mcauliffe is trying very hard to change the narrative because he knows that parents are done with him. that's why we are about to go into the race and make it safer parents across the nation. a statement for parents that school boards no longer get to dictate what's happening in the kids school and parents do. >> laura: i find it's a conversation northern virginia we had a great privilege of having recently with all sorts of folks. this is not really a political issue. democrats are trying to make a political. the largest saying that, you're just saying that, laura. no, no, this is common sense. i'm talking about parents who did not vote for trump. we didn't much like donald trump and i disagree with them on that. this is not working. they are lowering the bar for kids. gifted programs are being phased out. now this? i think a lot of new immigrants are looking at this and it's not washing well enough.
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>> laura, virginia's parents from all walks of life, not political parties, but from all walks of life are guaranteed one thing. quality education for their children. terry mcauliffe is the architect of the modern day democratic party. at the modern day progressive approach between parents and children to teach them what you think is and supposed to how do you think of my shutting parents from information about what's going on in the kids classroom. tomorrow, we are going to work for kids parents and we will not wait until january 15th. if the one we've got to move forward because the democrats are obviously worried because they're bringing in big guns, campaigning against you. if stacey abrams is coming in. this is her message. >> i come from a state where i was an american citizen and i'm going to fight for every person who has the right to be able to cast our vote. here in virginia, you can cast
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the vote for terry mcauliffe. >> laura: entitled. okay. she is questioning the of the election. terry mcauliffe is doing a weird dance in the video by the way. don't dance on camera, that will not work for you. what about stacey abrams? are you worried about that? >> i think this is what a 43 year career politician does. he knows he can't win so he's going to bring everybody you can think of it into virginia to campaign on his behalf. even some of the who lost. i do not understand why in the world terry mcauliffe thinks that somebody who lost a race and complained and said it was stolen from her is someone who should speak on his behalf. that's what he's doing. laura, i'm campaigning across the commonwealth of virginia as a virginian, i am representing virginia and i'm going to go work for virginia. terry mcauliffe is doing and showing how desperate he is. he has seen the same number i
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am. we are about to make a statement across the great country and i invite everybody to join us. please join us at the website, not just for virginia but for america. if spewing great to see you tonight and will be watching tomorrow. democrat leaders were unmasked over the weekend and some man of steel turned on america. it raymond arroyo has a ticket must be 18 is next.
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♪ ♪ >> laura: time for the "seen and unseen" were re-revealed the stories behind the headlines and for that we turn to fox news contributor raymond arroyo! raymond, the democratic mayors care about their own mandates. >> no, they don't, the mayors and the president who we will get to in a moment, this was chicago mayor lori lightfoot. seen on the wnba game. didn't see anything? of violating not only her city mandate and her estate indoor
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mask mandate. there is our mayor, she too is flouting her own indoor mask mandate and the states mandate. i think they are is more important. this is why there is no trust in what they say. >> everybody has moved on from them. people are done. they are done with it. wouldn't lori lightfoot go to the beauty parlor and get her hair down? in my misremembering that? >> this is a woman who is telling her cops you are inciting an insurrection by rejecting her mandate. if she's ignoring covid rules. she's considering the vaccine mandate for anybody flying in or out of the airport. it it's crazy and you've got the president, jill biden, they are spotted at the upscale d.c. restaurant.
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if spotted without a mask despite the mandate. the white house says they hadn't put them on the outs and the photo is misleading. there is one problem. it's not a photo, it's a video and they were carrying the masks when they entered. you can almost forgive the president. i'm not sure he knew he was at a restaurant. here he is today trying to address a teacher's event. ♪ ♪ >> i tell you what. i would like to learn. ♪ ♪ >> laura, that could be an allegory for the whole presidency. he's talking and nobody's paying attention. they're going in their own direction. >> laura: no, no, no that's the end of the play that's
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already over in the proper people come out and they have the latter going behind. he's just wandering around saying okay. like jill as well, i better come in and push him off the platform. tell us about the man of steel. >> first up is christopher steele. the british spy. center of the debunked russian dossier. steele's work and started the entire surveillance of the trump administration and launched 100 investigations. the infamous charges of the tape and trump's lawyer going to prague. all discredited by robert mueller and the fbi. george stephanopoulos and abc are trying to rehabilitate steele who stands by his work. >> do you think it hurts your credibility that you will not accept the findings of the fbi in this particular case? >> i think they are putting too much frankly into white fbi knew about it early on in the
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campaign. >> do you think if he runs again, he is a threat to the united states national security, to the national security of the united kingdom? >> yes, essentially. i do not think the book is finished by a long shot. >> laura, this is a warning shot to trump from the deep state. clearly he's going to run but basically saying if they runs they'll release more info which i don't think they have. the fact it's coming from george stephanopoulos, the clinton ally, when we know hillary clinton's campaign and the dnc were involved in paying for the dossier, that's a real problem. steele also mentioned that one point he didn't know what awful research was buried at that's why the info in the dossier was so flawed. >> laura: unlike george george's more casual look with the sweater. it looked very fall like. the big fall of the democrats if they are still dining out to beard >> it's have right now. it's another man of steel whose
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model was changed by dc comics from truth, justice, the american way of coming to truth, justice, and a better tomorrow. >> laura: what took them so long? >> the self closing though my clothing and the disrespect of the company. what does it tell you? >> laura: i'm surprised the washington monument is still there in d.c. at this point. it's not surprising. it's all becoming woke and anti-american. america is just another country and community of nations. not really special to these people. if they want to sell a bunch of the trunk in china. >> worried about the foreign markets but you didn't need lex luthor or kryptonite to kill superman. dc comics can do it all along. one more man of steel is coming down. they voted to remove 188 year old statue of thomas jefferson. from the city council chambers.
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this is unbelievable. >> laura: we should have led with that and not superman at the end. that's the story. it's because they're all tied together. an icon being toppled. >> laura: thomas jefferson, one of the most brilliant men who have ever lived in america taken down in new york. that's where we are, people. you want that to keep happening, keep voting for it. raymond, terrific tonight. thank you. "the angle" told you one of a lasting effects of the topic of a pandemic would be the war between the states. red versus blue. a freedom versus tyranny. a former trump advisor michael anton written a lot about the looming fight. he's here to explain where it's all going. next. musical music t. my husband, sam, we've been married 53 years. we love to walk on the beach. i have two daughters and then two granddaughters. i noticed that memories were not there like they were when i was much younger.
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♪ ♪ >> laura: now perhaps no better capturing of the hour future of our country than texas and california, conservatism versus leftism, liberty versus socialism. an incredible piece, michael anton writes "to the dubious extent that california has actually flourished, it's obvious that it's roots accrue to the field. in texas prosperity is much more widely shared, seems to be a huge advantage and the more reason that californians are moving east.
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californians see texas as a mortal threat not to the business model and way of life, but to humanity itself." the threat from tyrannies will persist in the future. the lone star way of life is to survive texas but fight for it. we shall see whether california's long experiment with postmodern and anti-masculinity can stand up to texas is more robust embrace of the old virtues. i'm not a betting man, but where the conflict to erupt my money would be on texas." joining me now michael anton, claremont institute senior fellow and former trump national security official. michael, where is the cited? >> right now, it's a political competition in part for residents. it's trying to see how many businesses and people you can attract.
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i don't know about you, but i know people who've moved to texas or florida, some other red states this year or before that very much accelerated. if people are getting out of the blue states and a lot of people -- california's going to lose the congressional seat for the first time it became a state in 1850 and never had a population to decline in 170 years. that's because people are fleeing taxes and crimes, he saw the other day, walgreens announced it would close stores and severances go because police won't enforce the law. stories get ripped off with impunity, they have to close, local residents do not have places to shop anymore. it's one of the ways in which california -- outside all but the very richest, prettiest parts is actually syncing and losing people. if you pull people, would you leave if you could, numbers are more than 50% right now.
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>> laura: whether it's texas or florida, tennessee, idaho. americans vote with their feet and they have done this throughout history. people have left the chicago, there was a reverse migration back to the south for some minorities, more opportunities, you can see with businesses and my old home state of connecticut leaving connecticut which breaks my heart going down to southern states and all other places. it's common sense. we talked about it last segment. a couple segments ago, it's not political at this point but it's a survival instinct people have. >> yeah, it's a matter of affordability and one of the weird things is that despite california's problems, it remains expensive. you think prices would begin to drop when they're so much crime and grime, disorder on the streets in all of this.
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there are some signs that may be rents coming down and sell prices are coming down in certain parts of the state. if for the most part because of the economy and hollywood, the big industries, for foreign and investment, prices remain high and the worst in the nation. they can't get into the property market or they would like to scale up and have a bigger family and they simply can't afford it. there is no alternative but to e mike lee of. >> laura: i want to get to another issue that caught my eye. the ccp granted a second wall street bank full control of one of the holdings. underwriting fees on transactions especially ipos and china's expanding capital markets is the driving force for western banks to increase their stakes in their mainland business. michael, the elite courtesy of our own government policies have
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enriched china for decades. not turning around anytime soon. >> they have been enriched by china in return. if both sides of this equation in the transaction are getting a good deal. it's not the american people, the american workers, and the american companies but to some extent it's went upper management wants to keep labor costs low and production costs low and keep the profit margin as high as possible. whatever it does to american communities does not matter. american banks that financed the transactions with complete disregard for what happens. as long as the numbers look good on the balance sheet. >> laura: michael, great to see you tonight to enter terrific piece, everybody should read it. a claremont institute kamala harris hypocritical climate lecture. what is it? "thet last bite" explains. ♪ ♪
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>> kamala harris cares so much about climate change that she
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had her security detail drive her chevy suv to an airplane so she could lecture all of you about going green. >> we need to reduce emissions because that is what is contributing to these drought conditions fueled by many and not most ways by human behavior. this is literally about life. >> literally. thank you for watching. remember, it's america now and forever. "gutfeld!." [cheers and applause] >> greg: happy monday, everyone, and what a weekend. hope you enjoyed it as much as i did. i started my new outdoor workout.


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