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congratulations. anyway, everyone should learn to defend themselves to some extent, please. that is all the time we have left for tonight. in the meantime, let not your heart be troubled. "the ingraham angle" including surgery is next. have a great night, we will see you tomorrow. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> laura: i'm laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle" back in washington tonight. we are going to give you can't miss analysis of biden's train wreck of a town hall on cnn. his meandering, incoherent thoughts on everything from the supply chain crisis to gas prices to china. by the way, he defended vax mandates and somehow insisted that people are actually quitting their jobs are losing their jobs because of them. that is despite broad evidence to the contrary. he has no clue if gas prices are
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going to come down anytime soon and he has just been too busy. and of course anderson cooper played his normal fan boy self. but first, in the late 1600s, sir isaac newton observed that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. who knew newton's third law of motion would be so relevant for two centuries later? i give you laura ingraham poster's first law of consequences. for every -- there is an equal and opposite decline in bidens poll numbers. his net approval rating has collapsed from plus 3 in july 10 negative 11, nearly fivefold draw. just 41% of americans approve of bidens job performance compared to 52% who disapprove. but that wasn't even the most shocking finding and that poll.
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>> 46% say they expect the economy to get worse in the next year. that is the worst level in the 13 year history of the poll. i expected to see negative numbers, i didn't expect to see some of the worst polling numbers that we registered in the 13 years that we've been doing this. >> laura: wow. we sounded the alarm on this months ago. we warned biden, the democrats and the media that inflation was coming and it would absolutely devastate our economy, but we were ignored. and now americans are watching in horror as their incomes and savings get eroded by rising prices for food, clothing, shelter and energy. in one california town the price of regular gasoline hit, i kid you not, $7.59 a gallon. $8.50 for premium. if democrats weren't already worried about their prospects in 2022 and 2024, they should be now. but of course they can always count on the media to cover for
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them. first "the washington post" told us to lower our expectations, you spoiled people. now the lefty rag is going even further, declaring it is time for americans to buy less stuff. instead of opting to buy our christmas presents early, perhaps now is the time to reconsider america's great shopping addiction. or maybe the biden administration could actually take steps to unclog our ports. to start, biden could appoint in the senate could confirm a transportation secretary who is actually, just call me crazy, qualified and not a total hack. >> there is no easy fix, no magic wand but there's a lot of things we can do because as long as the pandemic continues we will see a lot of disruptions. the biggest thing we can do as a country's but the pandemic behind us. >> laura: wally, where's the beaver? furthermore biden could cut any red tape that is contributing to the mess at our ports. if epa rules are keeping more
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trucks from hauling containers they should be listed and then maybe we should examine if they are even necessary in the first place. biden could also help alleviate the reported shortage of truckers and workers in general. we will talk about this later when we talk about what happened at the town hall but he could back off his divisive and antiscience vax mandates. didn't do it tonight but he could. union pacific one of the company prosser's biggest rail countries is in a battle with his own union over the vaccine mandate but tonight he said it is not really a problem. we can't afford to have any more of our transportation infrastructure grind to a halt, so end these insane mandates now. of course, biden made clear at his cnn town hall tonight that that is not going to happen. speakers should police officers, emergency responders be mandated to get vaccines and if not,
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should they be stay-at-home or lego? >> yes and yes. the mandates are working. >> laura: yes and yes. if you are helping biden would outline plans to alleviate that supply crunch or maybe just try to taper off inflation, it is not happening. >> all the elements of these two bills have profound impact on economic growth, reduce inflation, don't add a penny to the date as well as grow the economy. my proposals would actually reduce inflation. >> do you think you will have a deal by the time you get on air force one? >> it's like me asking you do you think your next show will be a success? >> bottom line, do you think you're going to get a deal? >> laura: and tinkerbell is going to sprinkle pixie dust on kyrsten sinema. it's going to get worse, a lot worse, everyone knows this. which will only trigger
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ingraham's second law of consequence. the more they make americans miserable the more they will get thrown out of power. author of the upcoming book "the chief's chief." also with me stephen miller, former trump advisor, founder of america first legal. tonight's town hall with joe biden, he had a big day for president biden. this is really one of his busy days. he had an event at martin luther king memorial and then he did this 90 minute cnn town hall. what was your immediate take away? >> listen, it was the most difficult hour and a half of tv i have watched ever. listen, president trump came out with a new social media company yesterday, announced that on fox. listen, cnn had a new announcement tonight. joe biden has a new social network. it is called ramble.com. it was just pathetic, and what
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did we have? we had anderson cooper not acting as a reporter or moderator, he was the lifeguard throwing a life ring each and every time joe biden started to ramble off. i mean, it was pathetic! we didn't learn much but what we did learn is to lower our expectation and hope for the best six months from now. >> laura: he said a lot of things, people are worried they are not going to be able to buy christmas presents. yeah, they are worried about that. what are you going to do about that? but he gave a really rambling and incoherent answer on gas prices, watch. >> gas prices relate to a foreign policy initiative that is about something that goes beyond the cost of gas and that is because of the supply being withheld by opec, and so there's a lot of negotiation that has -- there's -- a lot of middle eastern folks want to talk to me. you start to see gas prices come
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down as we get by and going into the winter -- i mean come excuse me come into next year, into 2022. >> laura: and i honestly don't even -- what was that? >> if you had a relative at the christmas table that was that incoherent, you would out of compassion try to get them help, he would try to find a professional. these are really concerning signs of cognitive decline and what is especially concerning his joe biden's plan of talking to "middle eastern men" which i'm not sure what that means has nothing to do with why energy crisis are firing out of control which is that he canceled the pipeline, canceled the new oil and gas leases, canceled trumps energy independence policy that brought gas prices to historic lows. he stopped in the drilling and the fracking and no energy. it is more expensive and harder to get than ever before. it is not complicated but i truly don't believe this man has a clue what is going on.
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>> laura: that was one of many instances tonight i was actually worried about him. congressman, to this point, i have to play this very important analysis from an esteemed cnn panel right after the town hall wrap. this was their take. speak of this is not a president in crisis, this is right wing mh that he is out of it, he is not really running things. that shattered tonight. truly in command of the presidency. >> he seemed to have unusually good command of the data. he was spinning a lot of facts. >> he has been very engaged. >> laura: okay, does this look like he is in control? watch. >> -- percent of all products coming into the united states of america on the west coast go through los angeles and -- what am i doing here? >> is at long beach west rick >> beach, thank you.
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i said, you've got to be open 24/7. newport was open five days a week, 24 hours a week, 24/7. >> laura: he has no idea what is going on. long beach is kind of a hard thing to remember i guess. >> and the left-wing media is never going to hold him accountable for his lack of ability for all of the mistakes that he has made over the last several months that have sent america down the spiral that we have seen. you've seen the left-wing media come out this week and say america should lower its expectations with joe biden in the white house and you see on cnn tonight, they are covering up for him, not going to hold him accountable for the inflation crisis, the border crisis, the debacle in afghanistan, the supply chain crisis. all of these crises are a direct result of the biden administration's policies. going to cover up for him every step of the way, never hold him accountable and cnn proved that
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tonight. >> laura: biden was asked about the border, here is the exchange. >> do you have plans to visit the southern border? >> i've been there before, i've spent time going around looking at the $900 billion worth of damage done by hurricanes and floods and whether and traveling around the world. >> laura: he's the president of the united states, he is the president of the united states and he can't go to the border because of the hurricane? >> in ten months, he blames the hurricanes for him not going to the southern border, he blames opec for gas prices being too high when it was, as stephen pointed out, he is canceling the keystone pipeline and then giving a pass to rush on the very same thing. when he started making the excuses, we saw one of the thing, that all the other forest fires, 50% of them happened
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because of transmission towers falling over. i felt sorry for him, but more importantly, i felt sorry for america. if this is the best we've got, we are in a deep problem and you've been covering this from the very beginning. inflation will continue to erode away of the hardworking american taxpayer dollars and his answer to it was to try to spend more money in government instead of spending the economy going. i had a low expectation for him going into this town hall and he exceeded my low expectation on the negative. >> laura: how many weekends has he been in delaware? riding the bike or whatever -- >> they don't have good ice cream on the southern border. >> laura: apparently not. >> it would melt it's too hot
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down there. >> laura: i want to get to another issue involving the border because this has been your focus for so many years and obviously, mine as well in commentary, so biden was asked about the policy towards unaccompanied minors at the border, watch? >> you are not sending back children are seeing pictures of kids lying on top of one another with, it looks like tarps on top of them. doing this, a lot of folks are coming in and doing ankle bracelets instead of people getting sent back depends on whether or not their claim appears to be legitimate. >> laura: cnn says this is a man in control. he could not remember the word blanket, the aluminum blankets. he struggled to remember the word "blanket," people, sorry. >> if you watch that ramble for
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2 minutes, you should be affrighted, you should be terrified. he has no clue, no idea what is radical marxist deputies are doing on immigration. his administration exempted them categorically and illegally from title 42. that is why you had 125,000 unaccompanied minors arrive at least, minimum under the biden administration following every other year in american history out of the water and it's not even close and they are burdening schools and hospitals and constituting and replenishing ms-13. it is a catastrophe. this man doesn't even know what's happening because he is in decline. like mark said, i feel sorry for america. >> laura: he was asked about, joe manchin and kyrsten sinema at one point. i don't know if he didn't remember her name -- we will watch. we are going to get to the filibuster in a moment, but i'm going to get to kyrsten sinema
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right now. he was asked about sinema, he didn't remember her name, and it's clear he was trying to do a little negotiating on television during the town hall debate about what was going on on capitol hill with this tax fight. how do you see that playing out? because he really didn't want to get into it except say it looks like they may not be able to raise a certain point of taxes in their final bill. >> yeah, he went back and forth talking about how smart senator kyrsten sinema was, or is, and quite frankly, that she is not in favor of increasing taxes, but she is in favor of the green component of the bill. and you've got joe manchin, who is not in favor of the green component but may be in favor of raising taxes. when you start putting the two together, he's not going to get a deal in eight days.
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we had anderson cooper asking that and he equivocated on the answer. let me just tell you, this is all about his inability to actually find common ground and democrats are afraid. democrats are afraid if they jump on the boat with him, it is a sinking ship. and you know what, they have every reason to be afraid because it is a sinking ship. inflation is going crazy, we've got to make sure we push back. >> laura: president biden also decided to take aim at the filibuster. >> on the filibuster to be clear, you would do away with the filibuster? >> and may be more. >> laura: and may be more? i thought he was going to get us back to restoring the normal course of business in washington. the norms. dignity, unity, all of those things.
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>> the priority of democrats in both the house and the senate is to pass a bill to change election laws to nationalize elections to move all states to force all states to go toward all mail-in ballots, to give democrats an advantage over republicans on election day. that is their top priority. they've been transparent about that for years, that that is the top priority, to nationalize elections and give democrats favor over republicans on election day. the way to do that is to end the filibuster. joe biden is being very transparent in a rare moment tonight on cnn, you heard it straight from the horse's mouth of that this is where they are heading. we have to block them because it is clear that this is their last hurrah. this is what they're going to try to do to maintain power to give themselves permanent power to advance their radical socialist agenda, we can't let
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them do it. >> laura: it's getting bad for democrats, it's down six points, and we've got the leanings. they are leaning towards the republican candidate, fascinating. great to see you all tonight and joe biden used an event at the martin luther king jr. memorial today to obsess over white nationalism. plus, attorney general merrick garland was in the hot seat today and congressman greg steube caught him in some rank hypocrisy. he is here, next. e-related macun may lead to severe vision loss, so the national eye institute did 20 years of clinical studies on a formula found in preservision. if it were my vision, i'd ask my doctor about preservision. it's the most studied eye vitamin brand. if it were my vision, i'd look into preservision preservision areds 2 contains the exact nutrient formula recommended by the nei to help reduce the risk of moderate to advanced amd progression. i have amd, it is my vision, so my plan includes preservision.
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asking you to comment on these two photos. >> one end of the facts of, the other i don't know the facts of. >> laura: florida congressman greg steube, what did you think about the attorney general's answer there? >> do we really think he doesn't know the facts of an intrusion that happened into a government building blocks away from where his office actually sets? what was the most amazing thing is when i asked him, he said he wasn't aware of the incident at all, which is either an outright, complete lie or his deputies are refusing to even tell him of things that are happening what it is extremist leftist socialists on the other side of the spectrum when all they want to do is target conservatives in our country today. >> laura: that was at the interior department and got almost no coverage. i saw it online in a few places, i think fox might have done something but very, very little in the way of coverage and they were trying to get through that
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front door. they said so. >> they got on the front door, 55 people were arrested. there were officers, police officers and security officers who were so injured, as you can see, the pictures i showed the ag, they looked very similar to forcing their way into the capital, they have no -- the hypocrisy knows no bounds to the politicization and we have seen of the department of justice and the biden administration. >> laura: joe biden said that he was committed to ensuring that the justice department returns to being an unbiased arbiter of the law enforcement
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.>> ag garland said the same thing today. >> the american people are smart enough to see that they are acting, and another way to another lass of people with a different ideology and i wish i had more than 5 minutes, what happened to these people, are they in solitary confinement, are they being raided by the fbi s.w.a.t. teams, like the people on january 6th, a completely politicized department of justice, one set of rules and -- >> can you get away talking
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about particular incidents, whether they agitated to go into the capital and if any of them did. >> i'm not going to violate this norm of the rule of law. i'm not going to comment on an investigation that is ongoing. >> laura: why does that impact and investigation, giving them an answer, whether they were government officials in that crowd on january 6th, how was i going to change the investigation? i don't follow. >> it doesn't impact the investigation at all and he refuses to ask that question and there were undercover fbi agents are fbi agents were inciting some of the violence, pushing into the door to encourage people and encourage what we saw happen on january 6th and they are outright refusing to answer our question.
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it will complete the investigation and still hide behind, we can't disclose the information, the department of justice doesn't have to disclose the results of an investigation. they will never tell the american people the truth. they rely on a whistle-blower to come forward and say yes, this is what was going on january 6th. >> laura: congressman, fascinating today. thank you. by expanding the pool of americans his administration considers to be domestic terrorists. well, beyond just parents. >> i said it before, and all my colleagues here now, according to states, domestic terrorists according to white supremacists is the most lethal terrorist threat in the homeland. we are carrying out our most comprehensive attack on the threats. >> laura: joining me now, conservative commentator and filmmaker. dinesh does do, what do you
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think of biden focusing again, as he did during the campaign, on white supremacy is the biggest threat facing america today. >> i think we have seen an escalating mode of argument. they started out by trying to say trump was a white supremacist. then they tried to say january 6th was motivated by white supremacy. now they say that parents who mobilize meetings to protest critical race theory, it's almost as if the national security state driven by the intelligence agencies is turning its sights away from islamic terrorism, threats on the international scene, advances by china and technology and so on and now turning its sites inward and which domestic political opponents, dissenters, trying to
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defend ultimately their children's welfare, they are being demonized as domestic terrorists. it's pathetic. >> laura: merrick garland today denies that. he said we don't consider parents were angry at school board meetings to be domestic terrorists. they know this is hurting them but they dipped into the white supremacist rhetoric and kept beating that drum today. also decided to use the event today to go back to the well of questioning the integrity of our elections. >> this struggle is no longer just about who gets to vote but making it easier for eligible people to vote. it's about who gets to count the votes, if they get count at all. jim crow and the 21st century is now a sinister combination of voter suppression and election subversion. >> laura: what is he talking
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about here? i thought we weren't supposed to cast out our elections. >> i think we are listening to the kind of talk you might expect in a madhouse or maybe the faculty lounge. this makes absolutely no sense. counting the vote, is there any attempt to stop people from counting a vote? no. what you really have is we have a country flooded by illegals, we know from the maricopa audit that whatever the result there were all kinds of processes that were violated so the fact that states are taking steps to tighten up their procedures, make sure that only eligible people vote, this is not being described as jim crow. imagine people who really suffered under jim crow. they couldn't sit in a compartment or in the bus and they had to drink out of a separate water fountain, they couldn't go to the same schools. these are people now looking and being told that an i.d. voter requirement for example is the jim crow of the 21st century. it is a real insult to people who lived under jim crow. >> laura: dinesh, thank you.
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good to see you tonight. tell me if you've heard this one before, anthony padgett and francis collins lied about their efforts to fund gain-of-function research at that wuhan lab. the congressman who forced the nih to fess up is here and has breaking news, in moments.
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♪ ♪ >> you gave them money and you said don't do gain-of-function research. >> correct. >> and they said, we won't. >> correct. >> dr. fauci, do you still support a finding of the nih funding of the lab in wuhan? >> senator paul, with all due respect, you are entirely and completely incorrect that the nih has not ever and does not now fund gain-of-function research in the wuhan institute. >> laura: now we know that was likely alive. for more on the breaking
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developments we go to matt finn in our west coast newsroom. >> the national institute of health now admits that u.s. tax dollars were used to fund a limited experiment at the wuhan lab to test its spike proteins from coronavirus is in china were capable of binding to humans. director from the nih states that lab mice that were infected with a modified bad virus became sicker than mice that were given an unmodified bad virus however the nih claims that these particular bad virus is tested in the wuhan lab could not have become the covid virus and the director also claims the nih granted funds to a new york city-based nonprofit eco-health which then sub granted money to the wuhan lab and without being transparent about the testing taking place. all of this information comes as dr. fauci repeatedly denied that u.s. dollars were funding gain-of-function research at the
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wuhan lab. senator rand paul that the charge on the idea that the coronavirus came from the wuhan lab and has since tweeted "i told you so doesn't even begin to cover it here." senator paul had this to say tonight on fox news prime time. >> they still to this day are trying to get around the truth. they say it was unexpected that it gained function. how do you know if it's unexpected or not? it is unknown. when it gained function that is something that actually is expected is expected. >> senator paul questioned dr. fauci about u.s. dollars playing for gain-of-function research at the wuhan lab in may and again in july. >> knowing that it is a crime to lie to congress, do you wish to retract your statement of may 11th where you claimed the nih never funded gain-of-function research in wuhan? >> i have never lied before the congress and i do not retract that statement. >> top scientists including dr. fauci and his boss, nih
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director francis collins says they cannot rule out the theory that it was a laboratory accident without more cooperation from the chinese government. >> laura: thank you. joining me now is the congressman who forced the nih to fess up. ranking member of the house oversight committee. congressman, i'm not shocked because i knew this all along, because smart people knew what was going on in that wuhan lab, but how is this not the biggest story or one of the top three stories at least in america tonight? >> it should be. it proves all along that this virus was started in the wuhan lab and this proves all along that american tax dollars were used to fund gain-of-function research in the wuhan lab. the national, the nih knew this all along. dr. fauci misled the committee at best and lied to the committee at worst by saying tax
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dollars were never used for gain of function knowledge coming in of function research. now they are trying to change the definition of gain-of-function research but in layman's term, they were genetically modifying, making it worse, that violates the terms of the tax grants that eco-health alliance gods. this is bad, this is more wrongdoing from the biden administration it it's very disappointing the intelligence committee spent 90 days looking into the origination of covid-19 and they said, we can't find anything. >> laura: what are we getting for our intel dollars except american citizens being targeted ourselves? we have to start asking this question. >> we do and we continue to ask the question. jim jordan has been the champion on questioning the intelligence community about the
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effectiveness. >> laura: hypersonic missiles, now this? come on, i am billions of dollars down a rat hole and the american people are the ones being surveilled. the whole thing, the media did have a role in propping up fauci's big live, watch. >> nothing brings out senator paul's propensity to act like an ass like a congressional hearing. >> the media trying to make fauci a covid bogeyman. >> there's nothing to prevent he keeps embarrassing himself. rand paul, stop it, you look like an idiot. >> laura: congressman, they are collaborators. >> they have and i don't think that is any surprise to any good fox beer but here's the bottom line, they knew all along that tax dollars were going into this lab. we wasted months and months and months of investigation to try to prove what they knew all along, that tax dollars were going to this lab and they were
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doing risky experimental research that they shouldn't have been doing. and to say, we don't know where this covid-19 originated from is ridiculous. it is embarrassing. the chinese are laughing at us right now and we have got to hold this administration accountable and i think you are going to see more whistle-blowers come forward -- >> laura: we should hope so. >> people in the health community who know all along what is going on in the lab. >> laura: congressman, i've got to roll but thank you for doing what you did to shed light on this. we appreciate it. three weeks ago we told you the arrest of pastor for bucking canada's insane covid edicts. he just got a sentence. he will not believe the story out of canada tonight.
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♪ ♪ >> i was handcuffed like a common criminal, like a terrorist, like al qaeda's most wanted, taken by police, thrown into solitary confinement like a criminal. i was not allowed to see my wife, not allowed to hide my children. he wanted to break me, they want to show the whole world. you see what we do to those who speak against our trna. if you would follow these
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footsteps, you are next. >> laura: less than three weeks after that appearance on "the angle" has been sanctioned by a canadian court his sentence includes a $23,000 fine, 18 month probation, 120 hours of community service, but that is not all. the court also compelled the pastor to parrot the expert talking points on masks, vaccines and social distancing even in his sermon. pastor joins me now. pastor, the court is telling you now what you can say about covid and this is legal up north. okay, good. >> unbelievable, crazy stuff, like in china and north korea. it feels like i am back at home 40 years ago growing up, as you remember, behind the iron curtain under the boots of the soviets. they always had those show trials, as they called it, for
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the people to enjoy and bring more fear and tyranny into their hearts, exactly what is happening right now. >> laura: apparently any time now, according to this court order, any time you publicly contradict the health officials, they order you to repeat, the following, i'm reading just part of it, the majority of medical experts favor social distancing, mask wearing and most medical experts also support participation in vaccine programs, vaccinations have been shown to save lives and reduce the severity of covid-19 symptoms. a lot of people believe that. i think obviously vulnerable people especially get some relief, no doubt, from severity of covid and even death, but this does seem almost like a hostage situation. your forest to say these words,
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kind of like maoist regime china. how was this a free country? >> that is exactly what was happening when mao took over china. he forced the citizens to repeat the mantra, or the prayer, if you will, to the government. when i was growing up we were reciting those prayers as well, citing that stalin was our grandfather, that he was the savior of europe, et cetera. the same tactics are being done right now. they are so terrified of the truth, so terrified of a man that is speaking the truth that they are forcing me to lie to the public, which of course, i cannot do. i cannot go against my own conscience, against the freedom of religion, freedom of everything. in this society i just can't imagine, i am speechless, i don't know what is going on with the canadian government but this judge is not the judge, he never
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was the judge, he is a political activist working for china right now. >> laura: what do you mean working for china? explain that. >> working for china. i don't call canada anymore "canada." it is china-da. it is a mix of socialism and communism. it looks like the government wants to hire me to be a cnn reporter every time i open my mouth, i have to live. >> laura: now your prime minister is prioritizing the vaccine mandates, pfizer just pushed this week, last night, the five strand through 11 vaccinations, asking the canadian government to approve vaccinations for younger childr. then a poll comes out magically the same night saying, half of canadians plan to get 5 to 11-year-olds vaccinated. it all seems almost coordinated,
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pastor. >> that is exactly what it is. the whole thing is a sham, it's a lie and i would never comply with an order like this. actually the minute he pronounced it a large crowd gathered outside chanting "freedom for pastor pawlowski." i said to the judge, i said the words i shall not comply, i refused to comply, this is still canada, i'm not living in china and i'm not living in north korea. i will not, i refused to bow before the tyrannical orders like that. another thing is he was so terrified, the government is so terrified of me traveling, i spent four months in the united states, he is banning me to leave my province. i have become a political prisoner in my own province. >> laura: what? oh, no. >> i cannot leave my province for 18 months right now. >> laura: you are obviously a danger to society, pastor. you look so dangerous to me. sharing an opinion.
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we will be following this case as it develops. it seems like this is going to go on. thank you for standing strong and good luck to you, sir. >> thank you so much. >> laura: will someone give joe biden a lozenge? our last highlight is tonight's last bite. did 20 years of clinical studies on a formula found in preservision. if it were my vision, i'd ask my doctor about preservision. it's the most studied eye vitamin brand. if it were my vision, i'd look into preservision preservision areds 2 contains the exact nutrient formula recommended by the nei to help reduce the risk of moderate to advanced amd progression. i have amd, it is my vision, so my plan includes preservision.
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>> laura: joe biden give a really full-throated response tonight. [coughing] >> president biden: community college is dealing with apprenticeships, teaching a skill. so i think we can get all of that done. [clears throat] that's what the agenda is buried we do to highways and all that kind of thing, hard data. and i went before the joint session of congress. >> laura: would someone just hand him a lozenge next time? i mean, the poor man. that's it for us tonight.
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