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kamala harris testament about climate change he had a security detail drive her chevy suv turned government airplane to fly to lake mead to lecture all of you about going green. >> we need to reduce emissions because that is what is contributing to these route conditions fueled by human behavior. this is literally about life. >> thank you for watching. remember, it is american now and forever. jillian: midnight flights packed with hundreds of migrants believed to be landing at a new york airport, the details of an exclusive new report on president biden's so-called secret resettlement program. >> protests erupted across the country as americans from all walks of life stand vaccine mandates and washington state university coach out of a job.
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>> there are moments we all put masks back on as quickly as we should. >> the white house trying to deflect the backlash as democrats give themselves a free pass while the rest of us cover up. "fox and friends first" starts right now. >> you are watching "fox and friends first" on tuesday morning. carley: let's get straight into. exclusive new report from the new york post claims the biden administration flying numerous charter flights of migrant children from texas to new york under the cover of night. >> griff jenkins joins us with questions this raises about white house resettlement policies. >> raises a lot of questions. it appears midnight runs for migrant children under the cover of darkness is part of the solution to the border crisis. let's look again at the cover of the new york post. there were two charter flights
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arriving westchester county were carrying children and teens, a few people in their twenties on planes that originated in texas, all part of the president's plan to quietly resettle unaccompanied minors illegally crossing the southern border in record numbers. a spokesman for h h s acknowledge the flights a statement saying this will make in recent weeks unaccompanied children passion to westchester airport to be unified with their parents, the post reports some flights dropping off migrant children before continuing to new york. that infuriated florida governor ron desantis who spokeswoman said this in a statement, quote, of the biden administration is so confident their open border policy is good for our country why the secrecy? expect that in a senate hearing
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today when chris magnus, the nominee to head customs and border protection takes the hot seat. magnus issued a number of statements in op-eds that will draw scrutiny in 2017. here that i'm deeply troubled by the trump administration's campaign against into a series. will recently in a 29 op-ed saying injuring public safety for all in our community including immigrants of any status is my highest priority is chief, that will be interesting, this comes after senate democrats released a series of funding bills which cut border security funding including any future border wall construction and reducing detention capacity for ice. jillian: griff was mentioning secret flights, unaccompanied
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migrant kids, surge, and detailing what is going on, they say 21 flights from texas to westchester since august 8th. many of these flights carrying children. they call them secret flights because they are landing between midnight and 6:30 in the morning and before they get to new york, sometimes these flights make a pit stop in florida and governor ron desantis responded the biden administration is so confident their open border policy is good for our country, why the secrecy? todd: miranda divine who did research on this exposé has more details on what is going on. >> a tipoff, flying into westchester county airport in the dead of night, last week we
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had a look and we did see two planes fly in with 100 migrants get off the plane most of them were unaccompanied children. we were told by the government they were all unaccompanied children but several of them did look to us to emails in their 20s, late teens and they were put on to charter buses, police escort out of the airport and dispersed around various places in new york, long island, new jersey. >> this is described by westchester county executive who stated the following, the biden administration is systematically spreading the southern border crisis to communities all around this country often shrouded in secrecy and under the cloak of darkness. if you're going to take one thing away from this ordeal, if
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they are so proud of what they are doing at the border, why be so shady about it? carley: you could certainly fly these planes at any other time but from midnight to 6:30 a.m. is pretty suspicious. the recent numbers on how many children crossed the border 37,805 have entered the border illegally in july and august and you feel sympathy for these kids and want them to be safe and cared for but you also know that every single child that enters the country is a payment to the mexican drug cartels and think of the biden administration doing everything in their power to promote illegal immigration from the president's build back better program with free community college for illegal immigrants, alejandro mayorkas telling ice not to deport illegal immigrants if they are just here illegally so you know the number is only going to get higher.
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todd: it is not just little boys little girls coming, sometimes it is 20 plus-year-old men. we have talked at nauseum on this show how the border crisis impacts every community when it comes to drugs brought in but biden is making sure it does include migrants coming into every community throughout our country and the fact is the biden administration knows that settling migrants in these communities is a very unpopular thing but they are doing it in secret so they get the constant stream of voters under the radar. you heard people talking about this at the end of the day and incentivizes people to risk their lives to come here. >> the white house says the responsibility to care for these
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unaccompanied children, but ask the question why are they here in the first place, such a dangerous journey and do we as american citizens our tax dollars should they be going towards this problem the biden administration created. todd: a lot of questions the biden administration probably won't answer. sounding the alarm after nuclear capabilities, financial times reporting the august launch caught american intel off guard. the biden administration says it is monitoring all of china's movements. >> we are concerned about the military capabilities they continue to pursue. we welcome competition but we do not want that competition to go to conflict. >> chinese officials denied the launch saying they were merely testing new spacecraft. >> senator lindsey graham explaining why this is such a serious issue for the united states. >> people are listening to this program, if the chinese have
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developed a hypersonic missile that can deliver nuclear weapons it is a military game changer when it comes to nuclear forces. we have allowed the chinese to leapfrog us and we have to do one of 2 things, get them to stand down, i don't know how president biden convinces anybody to stand down. if they don't stand down we will develop the capability to neutralize this. when you have president biden's greatest hit list, broken board, rise of terrorism, rampant inflation you cannot put on the list nuclear arms race with china which we are losing, weakness breeds aggression. >> next hour congressman mike gallagher will join us to
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discuss a major escalation in tension between beijing and washington. >> biden administration at last moves in afghanistan under investigation by the state department inspector general. series of investigations will look at special immigrant visa program, refugee processing, immigrant resettlement and evacuation of americans from kabul. today the biden administration's top envoy to afghanistan stepping down from his post after the collapse of negotiations with the taliban and. >> fbi agents on the ground in haiti working to rescue 17 kidnapped missionaries mostly americans. the white house confirming it is trying to help a group of christians. listen. >> the president has been briefed and is receiving regular updates on what the state department and fbi are doing to bring these individuals home safely. >> the 5 men, 7 women and 5 children were abducted at gunpoint by a local gang after visiting an orphanage. a haitian official telling the wall street journal the gang is asking for $1 million each for their release. people across the country rising up against covid vaccine mandates and for some it means losing their jobs and livelihoods. todd: parents, police and even
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the famous and successful football coach push back against the mandates. >> reporter: mass protests erecting across california to demonstrate against vaccine mandates for students with many parents keeping the kids home to fight against governor newsom's order requiring kids 5 to 18 to get vaccinated once approved. >> we need time. >> there are knows betty's, we should wait a couple years to be able to see what is going to happen in the long run. >> vaccine mandates also waiting law enforcement in several big cities. in chicago mayor a lightfoot lashing out at police unions for trying to do is what she calls and insurrection as offices risk with their retirement if they don't comply. >> all i can tell he was of our officers hold the line there will be less officers on the
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street, they also below with no pay. >> in seattle officers displaying don't tread on me flags over their patrol cars and protest the vaccine mandate deadline, prompting a state trooper to issue a tearful goodbye. >> to take a moral stand for freedom and personal choice. i will be signing out of service for the last 90 days after 17 years of serving the state of washington, my honor and privilege to work alongside all of you. >> reporter: washington state firing football head coach after failing to meet the mandate. the other -- four assistant coaches fight. this is a disheartening day for our football program, our priority has been and will be the health and well-being of the
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young men on our team. the leadership on our football team is young men of character, selflessness and resiliency and we are confident the same attributes will guide the program as we move forward. he said he supported any members of staff who decided to get vaccinated. he said he would comply with the mandate but later applied for religious exemption. todd: president biden will meet with democrats to move forward his spending agenda as senators bernie sanders and joe man so which and emerge hopeful from negotiation last night. >> you will have a resolution by the end of the week? >> we are talking. todd: they were talking and sort of hugging, more pat on the back but very close personal contact, sanders supports the currently$.5 trillion social spending package but manchen opposes the price tag citing several climate change provisions as nonstarters.
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>> look at the white house as president biden ordered flags to fly at half staff through friday in honor of colin powell. powell died monday from complications of covid 19. president biden calling general powell a patriot of unmatched honor and dignity who embodied the highest ideals of warrior and patriot. powell was 84 years old. 13 after the hour chaos in portland, police can't do anything about it. the woke new law tying the hands of law enforcement. todd: brandon tatum, joe concha and tomi lahren. you are watching "fox and friends first" on tuesday. oh. yeah, that's nice. can i use apple carplay to put some music on? sure, it's wireless. what's your buick's wi-fi password? it's buick envision. that's a really tight spot.
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>> getting you not to believe your own eyes, lawmakers disputing claims that walgreens is closing stores because of rampant shoplifting in the city. the mayor says the new closures
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are about cutting costs, despite the company setting crime is the reason was there trying to cut costs of the $900 in free merchandise people steal from them but i digress, walgreens the shutdown 17 stores in the last 5 years but on average it pays 50 times more insecurity to protect its bay area locations than anywhere else in the country. todd: carley: firemen portland protesters causing 500,$000 with damage in the city, local police stood by, due to a new lot in the state they say prohibits law enforcement from doing its job, gabriel johnson, phone cofounder and director of the coalition to say portland joins me now. >> good morning. this new law limits use of teargas and other crowd control measures so during this riot that took place last tuesday police just stood by, they felt they couldn't intervene as hundreds of people were breaking
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windows and burning things down, you live close to this area where this ride took place, what was going to your mind as all of this went down? >> this is a new practice in the city of portland. we started doing this a year ago. it's not surprising they stood by, they were not deployed until an hour after the event. i was in my living room, we are hearing the fireworks reverberating throughout the downtown corridor which is unnerving. and our into the mayhem, we started hearing the police in the downtown area, declaring a riot. even after the riot is declared the city has a hands-off approach to these rioters simply
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because we've seen these people being arrested, released, time and again and don't have enough officers on the street to have been unpacked protests. todd: carley: one resident said if you can't intervene in a riot does that mean we are living in a lawless city and doesn't feel like you are living in a lawless city? >> portland has been an area of lawlessness for the last 18 months and it underscores when we see throughout cities like portland, throughout the country, it adds insult to injury in a city that just surpassed 1000 shootings in all-time high with homicides. >> portland is one of the most liberal cities in the country made clear by this new law that makes police feel they can't
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intervene during a riot and i am wondering if you think there will be an awakening where people say okay, things are getting broken, businesses i getting burned down, we may need to change course here? >> people have awoken. a recent poll came out with 71% of portlanders supporting more officers on the street. right now we are living in an area where we've been defunded. portland has to change those ties, $62 million in budget surplus and we are waiting for the city to give that money back into public safety. something we deserve and demand and it is time. carley: you are the forefront of the effort to change the tide in portland. thank you for joining us, appreciate it. todd: it is 22 after the hour.
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a mother is denied a life-saving liver transplant because she isn't vaccinated. terry mcauliffe hopes for a big boost in the virginia governor's race as the vice president hits the trail, color tries to clarify one of his controversial - ♪♪ and i'm free ♪♪ freefalling ♪♪ o. talk to your doctor, and call 844-214-2424.
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the fda is going to greenlight mixing and matching for fully vaccinated americans seeking a booster shot. the new york times reporting the approval could come as soon as tomorrow when it is expected to officially authorize booster jabs for moderna and johnson & johnson. pfizer boosters were given the thumbs-up last month, this after study reveals antibody levels rose especially in those given a moderna booster following the
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single jab johnson & johnson vaccine. todd: and ohio mom battling stage iv liver disease for years denied a life-saving transplant surgery over her refusal to get the covid 19 vaccine, despite her daughter being a perfect match their vaccination status took priority after a surgery date was already set. michelle petula oh, and her daughter, please walk us through what you've gone through so far. >> they want to know what you have gone through so far. >> it has been 2 and a half years and i was doing everything i had to do, that the doctors told me to do for a liver transplant and since i got that done they told me i am ready to
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go and two days later we found out cleveland clinic has a full that if you are not vaccinated there is no - you can't have a liver and my daughter angela is the donor and she can't donate it because she don't have vaccination. todd: as a daughter how tough is it to see your mom have to go through this? >> it is painful. it is a feeling of wrong. when you find out you are a match, that is the good news, and to find out that you are denied for a nonmedical reason, for someone it believes that are different from yours, that's not how this should be. that is not how we know things
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to be. todd: as i read the facts of your case it does seem your mom and even your dad have gone through a long road to get here, long and costly road. can you give me more detail on that? >> my dad is no longer working, he's the caretaker for my mom. she has lost her hearing, she has lost her vision, different things are shutting down because she needs this liver and we have been having this relationship with cleveland for years, they know her intimately and for them to turn their backs on her when they know that this can save her, it seems criminal to us. todd: a statement from the cleveland clinic, medications taken after an organ transplant weakening a person's immune
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response, serious complications of covid 19 likely to develop in individuals with weakened immune systems. if you could give this question to your mom, what i don't understand is if you both acknowledge the risks and if in your case you are bringing angela to the table as your don't know why doesn't the hospital just let you try? >> why can't we sign off on not getting the vaccine and take the risk and do it, why do you think they are denying this? >> they said it was for safety reasons that to me, for safety when it is life or death. if i don't have a liver i am going to end up dying. i put trust in god's hands, he has been working with me since
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we started this. since i am a diabetic, makes it worse because everything else happening like i lost it so, they had to amputate. there are so many things with diabetes so it is important that i get this liver. we are trying to get it to you mpc pittsburgh hospital because they don't require vaccination so they are going to do it. todd: along those lines, hopeful someone else will see this interview in addition to the one in pittsburgh and see this and ultimately decide to do this transplant. >> everyone else watching this, even not medical and realize this is what is happening in our country and this is an right and
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it shouldn't be based on vaccine status or any status. this is america and they should take care of you because that is what they signed up to do and it is your right. laura: we are praying for you. i don't know what you are going through, i can't imagine putting myself in that position but appreciate you sharing your story with us, best of luck. carley: the time is 33 after the hour. president biden's war on oil and gas putting a hole in your wallet from pain at the gas pump to your heating bill which could spike by 50% this winter, we are talking to two laid off keystone pipeline is coming up next. i am totally blind. and non-24 can make me show up too early... or too late. or make me feel like i'm not really "there." talk to your doctor,
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school boards no longer get to dictate what happens in the schools, parents do. >> the governor's ration is crucial final stretch with election day two weeks away. attorney general from 17 states joining forces to announce the silencing of anti-critical race. parents, demanding the doj rescind its recent what originally appeared to work with local governments to address disruptions in meetings, the joint letter says the doj memo violates parents first and fourteenth amendment rights, the attorneys general also ripping into the national school board association letter comparing the aggressive meetings to domestic terrorists. transportation secretary pete buttigieg trying to spin the supply chain crisis as a product of president biden's successes. >> demand is a because income is
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a because the president has successfully guided this economy out of the teeth of a terrifying recession. todd: u.s. senate hopeful jay d vance, one of many republicans calling out buttigieg tweeting where one rhetorical step away, great that people can't buy food or heat their homes. jillian: from his ban on drilling on federal land to ending the q stein pipeline project his first day in office president biden has fulfilled his campaign promise to declare war on the oil industry. >> a transition from the oil industry because the oil industry pollutes significantly. it has to be replaced by renewable energy. jillian: now that is impacting you. home heating prices are projected to rise by as much as 50% this winter. joining me now, lynn allen who was laid off when president biden killed the keystone pipeline. good morning to you.
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the high cost of oil and gas, rising prices there appear to have taken the biden administration by surprise. are you surprised by this? >> i'm not surprised at all because everything president biden has touched or done has failed, nothing but a total failure. we went from america first to america last and america last, trump had it going on. we have all these high prices of oil and gas, we have rest stop crews ready to go, pipeline contractors stacked in the yards and i tell you right now we can put america's working next week if we needed to. carley: what i am hearing you say is president biden has the power to lower gas prices if he wanted to. >> sure. all he has to do is put the american people back to work
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with all he what is a job and i guarantee you people are really going to be impacted this winter that have gotten more jobs like a dollar an hour job or $12 an hour job, driving to and from work, keep your house heated. it is going to hurt the average american family this year, donald trump had it going on. president biden doesn't want to do anything. all he's doing is trying to break this united states of america and i don't understand. carley: president biden has done everything in his power to promote green energy, whether it is billions of dollars in equity in the billback better program or to go 50% solar by 2050 but there's the political headline from last week that says president biden's team asks oil
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industry for help to pay gas prices. sounds like president biden is finding of the hardware the united states still relies on oil and gas. >> there is the whole united states of america will see what happens here and that is the thing. america needs to see the driving force of oil and gas. this is the beginning of it. let's go straight electric in a week and see what happens. the united states will go down because oil and gas is what drives the world. it drives america, it drives our economy very well, people is going to be paying high dollar at the grocery store, your heating bills just to take their kids on a trip just to take their kids to go see the christmas lights in the thing about it is jobs, we can have bountiful jobs, people to judge
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is nothing but a liar, this whole biden deal about the transportation and all that, no, it is totally wrong, these people have messed up ever since president biden got in office everything he has touched has been destroyed, it is wrong. >> we started to talk to you after president biden killed the keystone pipeline, you lost your job. how has work been for you through the past 10 months? >> it has been supertough, so has it been on other hundreds of oilfield workers and their families being cut. it is tough. it is very tough. jillian: president biden because he killed the keystone pipeline, i heard the oil and gas industry one of the issues right now is even though he's asking them for
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help in certain ways because the cost of oil and gas is going up a lot of companies are afraid to start projects because they are afraid the biden administration is going to kill those projects as well. >> yeah. what biden needs to do is call donald trump and have trump educate him on how to run the country. he can put the american people to work because everybody is ready to go, we are ready to go to work. all we need is a job. all they need to do is stick drilling rigs up and you will have a job. carley: you heard it here, you are ready to go to work and hope that happens to you soon. appreciate it. >> god bless america.
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todd: always a brazen man. fox's presses the white house on violating a dc mask mandate during apostate night. >> there are moments we put masks back on as quickly as we should. todd: if they don't care about their own mandates why should we? messy new era of the pandemic has college campuses attracting students's every move and they are sick of it was one student pushing back joins us next. ♪♪ or make me feel like i'm not really "there." talk to your doctor, and call 844-234-2424. these folks don't have time to go to the post office they use all the services of the post office only cheaper get a 4-week trial plus postage and a digital scale go to and never go to the post office again.
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jillian: white house press secretary jen psaki brushing off a question about president biden fighting washington dc's indoor mask mandate. >> our objective is to get more people vaccinated, make sure schools as companies around the country can put in place requirements to save more lives and keep people safer and not overly focus on moment in time the don't reflect the policy. carley: the president and first lady left an upscale restaurant mask was over the weekend. masks must be worn at all times
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in restaurants except while eating and drinking. the art institute of chicago fires its trained volunteers, to wealthy older white women, they are looking to diversify its team. museum leadership says it needs to take a new path of community members of all income levels to participate and respond to issues of class. the museum giving a free pass to the facility as a token of appreciation. the spokesperson for the art institute telling fox news they have not fired anyone by simply pausing the volunteer educator program. an update to a story we told you about. a new york city commission votes to remove a thomas jefferson statue from the council chambers, critics push to have
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the 187-year-old statue booted citing his history is a slaveowner, those efforts were ignited following last summer's black lives matter protest. the monument is expected to remain in chamber through the end of the year but it is unclear where it's new home will be. plans were made for it to be loans to the new york historical society but those self through. todd: the declaration of independence and the founding of our country, students across the country fed up with colleges imposing restrictive and invasive covid mandates. ophelia jacobson, reporter for campus reform, sorry your football team is horrible but i digress. walk us through the more egregious examples on campuses around the country. >> reporter: this is something students across the nation are having to deal with. the leadership institute campus reform has received dozens of reports from students, and they
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were encouraging for violating covid 19 guidelines. the university of denver students were required to download an apps that would track their location so make no mistake the surveillance state is taking brew on college campuses. todd: a letter to unvaccinated students. the preparedness team indicated you have not somebody your proof of vaccination requested an exemption. effective immediately, you were trespassed which i did not know was the properties of that phrase, from a university property until may 16th, 2022, almost a year away. or any university building you may be cited or arrested, and face further disciplinary
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action. this is a public university. taxpayers pay for it so they have a legal right to go anywhere on the campus they choose. why does the school think it can do this? >> a perfect example of how these policies have nothing to do with safety and look at the past fascist movements, the safety and fear used to violate human rights and privacy for decades and these tactics are similar to what we saw in the fictional novel 1984 and the college administration becoming closer and closer to big brother where they seek to know everything and anything about a student's personal life. i thought it was fictional but we are seeing that plot come to life before our eyes. todd: but why is this being allowed to happen?
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>> there is no answer, the university is clear about the reason for pushing these policies. you give someone an inch and they go a mile. if we allow these institutions to continue controlling their student population of society will become more susceptible to allowing the government to control everything and anything about our own lives. the students are the next generation of leaders, they are learning this surveillance is okay and acceptable. when they graduate they will take the tactics into the workplace and that paints a scary future for america but there is a silver lining, students pushing back against these policies, students signed a petition, 2500 of them, a bio device which attract symptoms, mandatory and backtrack on the
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decision. show the power of these voices and students not only fighting to preserve their privacy rights on campus but prevent the united states from becoming a surveillance state altogether. todd: more students push back and need to realize they are the ones who are paying for this. they have a right to do what they want, that is their campus, they are paying for it. keep us posted on how this goes down, we appreciate it. todd: two weeks, a group of democrats who say they are voting for the republican candidate. we proclaim why coming up. todd: these are people who voted democrat their entire lives. brandon tatum, joe concha, micah gallagher and it is tuesday. all joining us live, do not go
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