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you make this show possible. we never forget it. never miss an episode. we will go to laura ingraham a little early. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham standing by and she is going to show an operation on her show tonight, right? >> laura: no, i was a little busy so i didn't get to it. i gave you a preview. i just text ited it to you. -- texted it to you. because you have a queasy sensibility. >> sean: i don't have a text from you -- it just came in. all right. >> laura: well, you will have to look at it tomorrow. >> sean: you sent me the video of your operation? >> laura: not the whole operation but part of it.
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>> sean: air it on tv. >> laura: we want to keep the ratings up. my producers were squeamish. text me after you watch it. i am laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle" on a busy wednesday let's dive right in. first, 13 reasons why. that's the focus of tonight's "angle." 6 months ago the "angle" warned you inflation was about to explode and the experts have caught up. >> it's here to stay. it's probably the single biggest threat to society. >> inflation is worse than thought. >> it's a mess and everyone knows it's a mess. >> laura: a new politico finds 6
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in 10 americans hold biden's policies responsible for inflation. things are falling apart because the democrats are carrying out a vicious assault on our economy and freedom. they loathe our system and they love european style socialim. to remake america they must break america. here are the 13 reasons why it's time to throw the bums out -- number 1 democrats super charged inflation with a 2 trillion dollars covid bill in march and about to make things a lot worse. >> it could be anywhere between 1.9, 2.2. 2 trillion dollars.
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and the climate. >> laura: gasoline prices are 7 year highs and instead of producing more gas at home biden has gone begging. >> we are communicating with members of opec and conveyed our urging to find a compromised solution to allow production increase. >> laura: number 3. our supply chains are broken. our ports are jammed up and our transport secretary found the magic solution to end covid. >> president's build back better agenda will easy the inflation. the best way to soothe this out is get everybody vaccinated and put covid in the rear-view mirror. >> laura: and a turkey shortage
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before thanksgiving. the other turkeys have a spin at the ready. >> you may pay more and climate change and the pandemic may be partly to blame. >> laura: number 5. the media are opening trying to dismiss american's concerns. telling us to low our expectations. in other words, you have been spoiled with all of this american dream thing. good life. forget it. number 6, unemployment in urban centers is out of control. over 10% in new york city. but for liberals that qualifies as a second story. >> we set the bar high with mandates. it did work. >> laura: number 7. crime is making blue cities
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unliveable. walgreens abandoning san francisco due to shop lifters who are important constituents to lefty mayors. >> they are closing because they are not breaking in the sales they once did. i don't want to attribute that to just retail shaft. >> laura: number 8. the nation's capitol can't keep the metrosystem working with 60% of the rail cars out of service. metrohasn't spelled out what it will take to bring the cars back into service. number 9, schools are being
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transformed. >> these parents meet ashen critical race theory. it really bothers me. it's a racist dog whistle. >> the attorney general speaks to threats and intimidation that and school officials have experienced in our country. >> laura: you are the enemy. number 10, our border collapsed and a record number of illegal immigrants are flooding in. but biden's team is in control. >> the message is clear. do not come. the border is closed. the border is secure. >> laura: number 11. vaccine mandates are forcing first responders and healthcare workers and airline pilots off the job based on twisted anti-science logic. >> this the pandemic of the
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unvaccinated. >> laura: number 12. masking is a permanent way of life for anyone in blue cities, even kids in schools. >> as we head into the winter months we can't be complacent. we will continue to recommend masks if all schools for all people. >> laura: 100 days of mask wearing. number 13, there is a small matter of the aggressive rise of china. they made a fool out of biden with the hyper-sonic missiles launch. china doesn't fear us. they don't lose sleep over the empty words of our top diplomats. >> we can't trust china to meet the commitments it made on the taiwan issue. the rhetoric of its leader and other chinese leaders in recent months has been that they instead to take back taiwan.
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our responsibility is to make taiwan a tough nut to crack. >> laura: he didn't just say that. this list is not complete. the american people are starting to demand better. they won't be bought off with more borrowed money or fooled by happy talk in the press. once the people's voice is heard in 2022 and 2024, this time will be replaced by a new time of confidence and success. that's the "angle." joining me now is victor davis hanson. this reveals the administration's failure in 9 months. the list could have been 20 ways they were failing. the 13 i just mentioned, is
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there one in it particular that is the death nel for joe biden? >> i think the borders enrage people but the supply chain is the stuff of life. they were political issue and now they are the civilization on collapse. shelves are empty. civilization is collapsing. these are not political issues. each one of those collapses, there was a political agenda behind that never polled 50%. nobody wanted open borders or critical race theory or the green card. but joe biden, in 2020 they
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thought he was mr. nice guy. he carried the unpopular agenda until 3 months ago. now he's so incorhent and untruthful, his person is multiplying the unpopularity of the issues that brought this collapse. i have never seen anything like it. a loss of confidence in the system. people are saying i don't know if i can buy gas. i don't know if i am safe to walk out on the street at night. i don't know who this person is that just walked across the border coming into my country. when you lose the middle-class and turn over your society to the wealthy and the subsidized poor and no place for the middle-class with traditional values, and i -- we are
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identifying by our super official appearance and this is what you get. >> laura: hi the chance to sit down with a vet today. 98 years old. smart and sharp. incredible person. listening to him talk about america today versus 1945. from the manufacturing loss and the loss of confidence and loss of education and patriotism, it was both infuriating and upsetting at the same time.
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everybody had chills. it cut you to the core to hear him and what he saw and experienced. >> the left has no idea what they unleaderboard. leashed. i don't think all of us with our memories of the people who died in and lived tough and miserable lives to give us this wonderful country -- we are suddenly going to say they were racist. we will turn the country over to a bunch of ignorant and arrogant people. it's not going to happen. we have a bond with the people in the past. we owe them everything they have. i am died at somebody 2 denied in war. i won't go along with this woke stuff. we have a chain that is unbroken.
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i wrote a book calling the daying citizen. it's not the dead citizen. we are not dead yet. the left think we for a coma. tear down there and rename that -- don't worry about the shelves. you will get something around christmas. halfway to the dream of $10 a gallon. i don't think so. i don't think people will say take the country. it's yours. it's not. >> laura: driving to the studio weigh saw $4.89 a gallon gasoline. that is going to destroy the democrats chances. victor, congrats on the success of your book the daying citizen. joining me is larry kudlow.
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-- dying. the one outstanding issue that could hasten america's decline is the reconciliation bill whittled down to 2 thelitis. we -- trillion dollars. we are supposed to be thrilled. does this bill need to die? are we in big trouble? >> well, save america and kill the bill is my motto. 2 trillion dollars is unimpressive. there are accounting gimmicks in there. child allowances for one year but it's a trillion dollars over 10 years. they will do everything to continue it for 10 years. there are only 2 obstacles to this crazy 5 trillion dollars plus taxing and spending bill.
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one is joe manchin against the spending and the other is krysten sinema. they are washington's most important power couple of the moment. they can stop this bill. these attacks on fossil fuel and oil and gas and coal decimated us. the biden was aasleep on the switch on the supply chain shortages -- and the containership back up in l.a. long beach. the long shore man didn't want
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go to 24/7. with all of the talk about infrastructure, there is nothing in there that would get up-state on machinery and automation in these ports. that's also because it is long shore men oppose it. consumers don't want to wait. they hate shortages. they want prosperity and government's central planning is not the answer. >> laura: about the fact that we were able to ramp up manufacturing in the united states in the 1930s and '40s to win the war. we could do that but we can't get cargo unloaded from some ships? >> it's unbelievable. >> laura: it's a joke. >> i liked your opening.
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you are right. the only thing the opening should have added when you put the individuals running the biden administration. it looked like the junior varsity. it might have been the freshman team. >> laura: it's amateur hour. >> that's right. >> laura: all right. >> [overlapping talking]. >> laura: larry, hold on. the striking figure that spells out what biden has done. the gdp growth estimate is .5%. it was 6% just 2 months ago. under trump our growth would be flying how now because he would not have done the energy stuff and borrowing. what is calling that .5%?
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>> there were no cars to buy. consumer spending looks weak. it's not but there are no cars to buy because of these container backups. they had semi-conductors the cars need. and the inflation bulge. whether it's temporary or permanent doesn't matter. it exits today. we are making it worse by creating this environment ever scarcity. the "washington post" is writing only wealthy people have patience. -- that's vintage jimmy carter. that's malaise talk. what is at the root of this is very bad government decisions. that's what i am touting manchin and sinema. both should call up donald trump and ask to become republicans.
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there is no place in the democratic party for sensible moderates which is a shame. >> laura: we have to go. joe manchin is working against the interest of the people of west virginia. they want sensible policy. joe manchin you have to be better than that. i know krysten sinema is better than that. great to see you. what is the congressional session over january 6th dangerous? and how is someone who spread theerousian lie changing us forever.
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this isn't just freight. these aren't just shipments. they're promises. promises of all shapes and sizes. each with a time and a place they've been promised to be. a promise is everything to old dominion,
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because it means everything to you.
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fixer. he funneled cash to a foreign spy who created the phoney trump dossier and he tried to change
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how people voted. you can thank him for vote by mail and ballot harvesting. he is still on the job. mollie hemmingway is a fox news contractor and author of the new best seller, "rigged," and it's in stores now. what is he up to now? >> well, it's amazing this guy was general counsels for hillary clinton's campaign and orchestrated this lie about russian collusion. now he is talking about how he is defending democracy. he created a system where tens of millions of mail-in ballots
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flated the system without being checked. that's why we had such confusion if the 2020 election. he did so much damage in 2016 and 2020. >> laura: brian asked him about your book. >> how do you handle that criticism from right wing media? >> i take it head on. i think that ignoring it -- this is one thing your show does well. i wish all of the media did what your show. you don't ignore the right wing misinformation. you take it head on. that's what i tried to do. >> laura: complimenting him was
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the first tell. you do such a great job. >> reminds me of michael who is now in jail. i wish he would be honest about the role he played in 2020 and also did in the 2016 election. his partner was just indicted by durham as part of the probe into hillary clinton's false lies about russian collusion. he weakened the credibility and integrity of election laws. hoo has a lot of money. if republicans want free and
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fair elections they need to match the money behind him. >> laura: a quick question about mail-in ballots. in california and other states it's here to stay. i don't like it and a lot ofs don't. until you take over the state legislature you won't change. don't republicans need to learn how to win? tell people not to vote -- tell people it's crust. -- corrupt. politics is the art of winning, correct? >> part of this is about whatever the rules are making sure there are appropriate security provisions with it. having voter i.d. it's also important whatever the rules are that both parties play equally. it's like performance enhancing drugs. you might not like them using
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stiroids. but they are allowed you have to learn how to use them -- that's something the republican party will get much better at. >> laura: great to see you as always. >> heard from a number of my colleagues in the last several days who say they don't want this target on their backs. just trying to keep their heads down upon they don't want to anger kevin mccarthy. history will judge those of us in positions of public trust. remember that as you cast your votes. as you think about how you will answer when historys and: what did do you when congress was attacked? >> laura: liz cheney backed the creation of the january 6th committee despite the fact that doj already investigated the matter. the largest doj criminal probe.
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gren, glenn you called this dangerous. why? -->> well, we have the 3 branches of government assigned different powers. it's important that one doesn't take powers that the constitution doesn't assign. when crimes are committed like on january 6th, the judiciary determines guilt. it's not the job of congress to investigate private citizens about crimes. the justice department won't deliver on this narrative they pedalled for 8 months. this was an insurrection and these people are traitors and engaged in sedition. no one is charged with those times. attempted murder and kidnapping
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of aoc -- crimes. they are hauling before congress private citizens to interrogate them on political associations and issuing subpoenas that are invasive. that's what we had with the mccarthy hearings and the supreme court said congress can't do that. if there are crimes tie people in a court of law. >> laura: and the january 6th committee chair thompson let it slip the true purpose of this investigation. >> we fulfill our responsibilities by discovering the facts behind the january 6th attack so congress can consider legislation with a full understanding of the activities that led to an attack on
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congress itself. >> laura: what is he getting at, what legislation? >> that's the huge fraud. congress has the power to visiting under limited circumstances if they are considering changing the law. that's why democratic lawyers told them to say that. what laws could they change by investigating who did what on january 6th? it's already a serious crime to incite an insurrection or threaten elected officials. they are not amending any laws. they want it drag people into this the spotlight for the liberal thirst for vengeance. that's what makes it so dangerous. the supreme court said you can investigate if it's to help you rewrite laws. nobody believes that's what this
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committee is doing. >> laura: should biden have to take a cognitive test? what is going on with netflix? raymond arroyo has "seen and unseen" next.
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>> ♪ ♪ >> laura: it's time for our "seen and unseen" segment exposing the culture stories with raymond arroyo.
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you biden treated us to story time this week and it was not really covered. >> no it, wasn't. it is concerning -- at a teacher of the year event he started talking before anyone was in place. once he got to the mic it was story time. >> i showed up in an off-year convention and went to make sure everything would be okay. i was the kid at the convention in dover, delaware. after the afternoon session, i went back to the typical motel with you drive up and walk in the door. >> sorry to interrupt this story. we have breaking news. senator cassidy supports
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cognitive tests for elected officials. >> it would be reasonable to have an annual evaluation where they would have to establish if they are okay? >> that's a reasonable plan. >> we now return you to president biden's story in progress. >> i was in there. i was shaving. i had a towel around me. i was in the bathroom which is like 8 by 10 and 2 boards with the head boards and desks nailed to the wall. i hear bam, bam, bam, we are coming in. i am in a towel. this guy henry said he was from new york. joe, we just had dinner.
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we were thinking. you should run for the united states senate. >> what were they drinking at that dinner? cassidy's cognitive test suggestion makes more sense by the minute. you can't have the president of the united states rambling on. he did this again today at an event. >> laura: maybe cassidy should take his own cognitive test when he agreed to that infrastructure bill. tell us about the netflix employees. they forgot the definition of the word comedy. >> today in hollywood some of the employees staged a walk out about dave chappelle's routine.
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>> everybody has to pass through the legs of a woman to be on earth. >> there were 150 people at this walk out today. they claimed chappelle is trans-phobic and want netflix to air a special. they want tolerance but take a look. >> [shouting]. >> [overlapping talking]. >> [inaudible]. >> this is the entire problem of the chappelle controversy in a nutshell. >> laura: they never want the
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other side to have their say. they want total control of the conversation on youtube, twitter or netflix. they will always eat their own. >> ted said there will be no warning on the special. he told the hollywood reporter, we support artistic freedom with the creators at netflix. this is a huge plus for netflix. we don't always agree with conflict. but there is no taking it away. i think of donricles. he said comedy when you are laughing you are doing the same thing. it reminds us of our shared humanity and gets us over bigotry we hurl at one another. it's important. humor should be kept free like everything else. >> laura: they would never allow
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rickels today. they are protecting chappelle but the obamas have big influence at netflix. if you are not paying attention to what is going on in the u.k., you should nigel has a warning to americans. don't go away. do you take aspirin? plain aspirin could be hurting your stomach. new vazalore is the first liquid-filled aspirin capsule clinically shown to cause fewer ulcers than plain aspirin. vazalore is designed to help protect... releasing aspirin after it leaves your stomach... where it is absorbed to give you the benefits of life saving aspirin... to help prevent another heart attack or stroke. heart protection with your stomach in mind. try new liquid-filled vazalore. as- [narrator] it'sg! a mixed up world.
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stabbed to death by islamic terrorists was just passing away. nigel, this is obscene, but not at all surprising. >> yes, sir david has passed away. as if tomorrow a 98-year-old, a world war ii veteran that fell asleep and doesn't wake up. it's a refusal to call it out as it is. this was a brutal, horrible, ugly murder. committed by a man reported to the authorities 7 years ago. he stabbed sir david 17 times. >> laura: nigel, it's so disturbing on so many levels. another terrifying by-product of this murder is what the politicians are using it for.
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watch. >> we will have criminal sanctions with sentences for those allowing this to permeate the internet. >> the damage caused online is worse than ever. >> the online safety bill is one of the most important tools in our armory. >> laura: this is something we see here in america. and punishing anything they deem to be harmful content. what is happening here? >> yes. since this murder last week, everyone said we must control the internet and limit what people say. it's a kinder and general [inaudible]. yes, we all know from are some things on the internet that ought not to be there. this is not being caused because
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people have different political opinions or because of hate speech. it's caused by a radical islamic terrorism. members of congress refuse to call it out because they are afraid they will be called racists and they are fearful of telling the truth because they might become the target. we are burying our head in the sand. the danger is we limit free speech and take anybody who talks about border patrol and slap them down and get them banned on social media. it's very dangerous indeed. >> laura: china is doing that. russia has done that. free speech doesn't exist in either country. so people understand what is going on. the parallels in the united
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states. the u.k. will fast track this internet speech bill. social media companies will be required to remove harmful content with psychological impact on adults of ordinary sensibilities. what is that? they would not call the murder of david passing away. what is this objective measure here? it's not objective even if it were preventible. >> well, they are left. anybody with a vaguely conservative view is evil, hateful, nasty and should be clamped down upon. that's where they are going with all of this. come on.
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after all the former president is band from twitter and the taliban use it every day. we have to stand up hard and fight for free speech. i hope we get different social media platforms. otherwise free speech is dead. >> laura: nigel, great to see you. joe biden goes back to the well today. "the last bite" explains.
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>> laura: joe biden is not kidding around. >> can you hear me now? not a joke. amtrak became my family. not a joke. he told me that is not a joke. the reason why we let the head of the rest of the world not a joke. that's in the world -- not a joke. renewable energy -- not a joke. marine one -- not a joke. keep things moving -- not a joke. that's who we are as americans. not a joke.
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not a joke. not a joke. and i come from the corporate state of the world. not a joke. >> laura: 40 and slip. your presidency, your entire presidency, is a joke. thank you for watching. remember, it is america now and forever. greg gutfeld takes it all from here. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [applause] >> greg: happy glorious wednesday, everyone. what a wednesday it is. or was because it's late. earlier this week, people really freaked out about china launching that nuclear-capable hypersonic missile. it's an advance in weaponry that surprise u.s. officials. he k


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