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♪ ♪ >> sean: unfortunately that's all the time we have left for this evening. we always thank you for being with us. please set your dvr, never miss laura: i did i held it up to my staff 11 months ago and now it is a giant yellow mass of her so i have to be very careful. a puppy. laura: she is in the closet because it is lightning. >> the like anthony fauci in a minute. >> i will bring joey out
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tomorrow. >> i went to meet billy tomorrow. >> the name is zoe. >> always using radio i can't hear a thing. laura: this is the ingraham angle. a lot to get to so let's dive in. the american dream loses steam. that's the focus of tonight's angle. this is the left's economic policy and two sentences. number one, americans should spend a lot less. number 2, the government should spend a lot more and democrats are about to pop open the champagne on capitol hill because they are close to sending trillions of dollars we don't have on stuff we don't need. oh manchin seems poised to betray the people of west virginia and agree to this massive bill and biden wants these for his trip to glasgow
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for climate change so he can say we are behaving in the united states, we are creating a new welfare state and give aways to cronies who offer green solutions. meanwhile as we unilaterally decide on oil and gas germany is building coal plants in china never stopped, built and road is all that matters to china, global domination of every industry and the eu in china loves seeing america prostrate herself on the world stage because they almost always get their way. and somehow back at home president biden's team thinks
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they will get their way with the voters by stoking inflation with all this spending. they think biden's record low approval numbers will be revived when people's paychecks are ravaged by inflation. it seems the only argument for the left, for democrats at this point is the same when jimmy carter tried to resounding defeat, people, you consume too much. >> many of us tend to warship self-indulgence and consumption but we have discovered that owning things and consuming things does not satisfy our longing for meaning. piling up material goods cannot fill the emptiness of lives which have no confidence or purpose. >> how depressing. the press knows that as long as the democrats stay in power americans will see their standard of living decline. so all they can do now is try to
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persuade us to accept that decline and to that end a lefty writer over at slade named kevin madsen actually pines for the days of jimmy carter and wishes biden can give a speech urging americans to do with less, something like we are used to pushing a button and getting a product delivered, that might have been a necessity in light of the pandemic but now it is indefensible if we care about carbon footprints, climate change. i am baking him, biden should give his own malaise speech just like that, please do it. all the usual suspects are picking up on the theme of lowering expectations. over at nbc they want americans to stop using automobiles.
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check out this title. americans are in total collective denial about how lethal our car dependency is. we have to stop normalizing the suffering caused by cars. it just me or is this all starting to sound like the babylon be? the point is it is really hard to convince americans to shrink their ambitions, pursuing and achieving and purchasing according to our own free will is ingrained into american dna. that is why biden is using rhetorical sleight-of-hand with his build back better to sell all this nonsense, there's nothing better about it and nothing original about it either. president biden's. traders soul the theme from the one world crowd. >> we owe it to future generations to build back better including a fairer, greener and more resilient global economy. >> billback much better and more resilient. >> looking ahead we need to
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build back better. laura: i don't know why i find this hilarious. when china his this they see a chance to degrade the power of the us or power of the nationstate standing up to totalitarianism so china gets to write the rules of the road by using the lingo. >> the earth is our one and only hope to scale up efforts to address climate change and promote sustainable investment, on the future of humanity, no global problem can be solved by anyone country alone. there must be global action, global response and global cooperation. >> this is music to the ears of the world economic forum which
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has always seen the us as an impediment to globalism. remember back in the 2016 timeframe during the campaign the w e f painted the picture of their utopia in the not so distant future, welcome to the year 2030, welcome to my city or i should say our city. i don't own anything, don't own a car, don't own a house, don't own any appliances or clothes. it might seem odd to you but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. what were they saying about rent at the world economic forum, they envision it is all free because it is communal. in our city we don't pay any rent because someone else is using our free space when we don't need it. my living room is used for business meetings when i'm not there and the global elite don't want you worrying about the
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privacy thing anymore either. once in a while i get annoyed about the fact that i have no real privacy, nowhere, i know and not be registered. i know that somewhere everything i do, think and dream of is recorded. i just hope that nobody will use it against me. all in all it is a good life. that's not made up. does it so like a young ccp pamphlet? four years later the word collective gets used more. national sovereignty is an outdated idea. >> 2021 to reestablish trust in our ability to shape our common future in collective and constructive ways. >> if there were construction, must be a transformation.
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>> every financial institution needs to adopt credible plans to cut 20 emissions by 2050. >> you can be sure that clouse schwab will not suffer under this new regime. he and the rest of the global billionaires will get richer but working-class americans will feel the pain and forced to sacrifice and tailor their dreams to this new global normal. it is a new normal wear america is a country in a global league of nations, no better and no worse. i remember reagan's answer to this type of approach that was sold by jimmy carter when reagan spoke at the gop convention. >> they tell us they have done
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the most that humanly be done, they say the united states had its day in the sun, their nation past its zenith. they expect you to tell your children that the american people no longer have the will to focus their problem, that the future will be one of sacrifice and few opportunities. my fellow citizens, i utterly reject that view. the american people, the most generous on earth, created the highest standard of living, are not going to accept the notion that we can only make a better world for others by moving backward ourselves.
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>> the people we ran into the mississippi seemed to carry the same optimistic spirit forward. mississippi is the state that has its problems are right now it's economy is booming and its unemployment rate is nearly half that of new york city. the people of mississippi we ran into are not interested in settling for less. >> democrats and some in the media are saying it's time for you as an american to scale back your expectations. make do with less. is that acceptable to you? >> absolutely not. do what you want, how you want. to have jen psaki saying we are crisis is ridiculous and insulting. >> i been working since i was 16 years older than going to continue to work and provide for my family and do what we want to do. >> more americans are seeing it, president biden and the democrats offer ideology of despair and decline. meanwhile our populist movement teachers through hard work and staying true to our tradition americans of all races can build a better life for themselves and their family. that is the american dream which president biden and his global friends must never be allowed to steal from us and that is the
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angle. how is build back better selling with the public? real clear politics has biden's approval sitting at the lowest point of his presidency. a recent gallup poll found biden's support among independents has plummeted 27 points since february. no wonder the net share of americans who think the country is on the wrong track has nearly tripled since early july. joining me is tom bevan, cofounder and president of real clear politics, this has been a stunning and swift fall. americans not seeming to buy the build back better agenda with gas prices where they are and buying power shrinking by the day. >> it is becoming more and more of a concern in this recent news paul, 87%, 87% of folks said that inflation was their main
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concern, rory sport from last week the economy was the number one issue of concern among voters, the second and third issue, public health immigration combined. clearly the economy is at the top of the list and biden is trying to sell his plan but in that same fox poll we had 59% of folks saying they didn't believe the build back better plan was going to make a difference or it might make the economy worse. i think 38% said they thought that would make the economy better, the public is not by what the administration is selling in terms of dealing with issues they care about right now which is growth and inflation. >> democrats have a new spin on the inflation problem. >> inflation is growing at rate we haven't seen in 30 years. how much of a discussion was that in your meeting at the white house? >> the build back better bill, the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed, it is already
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starting. >> is that talking point working, that this gigantic bill is going to call inflation somehow, how is that going to work? >> i don't know. it certainly, they made two arguments, one that it costs 0 and i began to the national deficit, that hasn't been accepted by the public and that this, passing the trillion dollars in spending will team inflation. i don't think the public were most economists believe that is the case. the other problem for the administration is they have been dismissing and mocking concerns about inflation. and psaki from the white house press briefing room talking about supply chain crazies, that these were high end problems. they've been offkilter in terms of their knowledge but in terms
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of their tone dismissing with the american public is talking about. laura: gas prices are daily tax on every american, hitting low income and middle income americans hardest and their answer to that is the spending bill will help and lower your expectations, drive less, have expectations, to buy as much at christmas. after the last year and a half of the pandemic people don't want to hear don't go to football games, they dangerous and don't buy as much for christmas, that is a bummer for most people, a total bummer. >> it is, managing the decline as we say. biden didn't do himself any favors at his townhall when asked about gas prices, there's not a lot i can do about it. it is up to saudi arabia. that's not what americans want to hear when we were energy dependence a couple years ago and now we are relying on saudi
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arabia to determine whether people will pay more at the pump here or not. that's not a winning message for the american public. laura: thanks so much. no matter what catchy name the left uses to sell its plan, the great reseller bills back better the end goal is always going to be the same, lowering your expectations and controlling your behavior. that, what information you consume, where you travel and how much, how much energy you use and even what you eat especially if it comes from a cow. >> got to address factory farming. maybe we shouldn't be eating a hamburger for breakfast, lunch and dinner. >> you support changing dietary guidelines? >> the food pyramid. >> yes i would. laura: joining me now is a nebraska cattle rancher, good to see you tonight. what would it mean to the country if the left sparked a
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war on meet? >> thanks for having me on. it is funny we've got people in the administration that have been talking about 9 or 10 months, wants to do away with something like human has been consuming for hundreds, thousands of years, the most wholesome protein products on the face of the planet and that is beef. to take this dietary guidelines, talk about lab grown meat, high sodium meat, we are not taking back what god gave us and the most nutritious piece of protein on the planet and that is beef. laura: how has inflation hit your industry? i know a couple restaurateurs that specialize in steak and i have been hearing it from them.
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what do you think? >> beef, we have never seen this surge in demand in our industry. it is at an all-time high but it is not that way. my family, my fellow americans we seen during the pandemic and they are telling us the administration telling us cattle and beef, just because we have a similar thing, just because we are gouging consumers, prices we ever seen in 30 years, that's not coming back to rural america, to fellow ranchers, people who built this country, we aren't seeing that and it is gouging our customer and consumer at the same time. laura: thank you. we are losing your shot a little bit but we got your point. we wish you the best and we will check back with you. maybe it is the hat. good to see you. october 19th, this show plate 8
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seconds showing empty shelves. the footage was mismarked in our system as it showed scholz in march of 2020, not a big deal but we apologize for putting of inaccurate visuals but the odd thing came in the ensuing days, publications from the washington post were so concerned with this eight seconds mistake the question is why? because they want to distract from the fact that it is "happening now". in the interest of accuracy. we want to take you on a tour of the united states. check these shelves from brooklyn saturday and here in connecticut last thursday and glenndale colorado, target, had
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a hard time finding meat, even toilet paper. here are some empty shelves in chicago and finally in smyrna, tennessee. i hope that clears some things up for the fact checkers who were very concerned with the eight seconds from our october 19th show. our next guest says that if big tech has its way in the spending bill they will never have to hire an american worker if they don't want to. so much for the bernie sanders and aoc crowd being champions of american workers, the alleged rape of a woman by an afghan refugee in montana has officials calling for a pause in resettlement, the details are shocking in a moment. do you have a life insurance policy you no longer need? now you can sell your policy - even
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♪ ♪ >> the build back better agenda which we are try >> the build back better agenda aims to do that ever profamily pro-worker agenda. >> this package will move us forward. >> still bigger than anything we've ever done in terms of addressing the needs of americans, working families. >> all that was lipservice. talked inside the build back better bill is an answer is provision that would flood the country with cheap foreign labor. my next guest uncovered sections of the bill that would allow unlimited numbers of green cards to be issued to foreign workers especially in the tech industry. what does this language mean for
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those americans who want to work in an industry such as tech? >> they had the senate 2500 page bill. what it does to the american worker research them back for generation to come while big tech billionaires are smiling all the way to the bank. it gives a 10 year hiatus on caps on green cards. unlimited green cards, permanent residency for workers in america, these companies can hire as many foreign workers as they want, don't have to worry about disseminating against american workers. they can do all they want. facebook had to settle for million-dollar suit for disseminating against american workers in favor of foreign workers, this provision allows that to happen all day long. laura: it wasn't long ago that bernie sanders opposed these policies. >> the middle class in this country continues to shrink,
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wages are going down. i don't know why we need millions of people coming into this country as guest workers who work for lower wages the drive wages down lower than they are now. laura: what happened to senator sanders? he completely abandoned american workers if this language is allowed to stay in this legislation. >> i wrote them friday to let him know this was in the bill. perhaps he didn't know. i'm surprised to find myself agreeing on anything with bernie sanders but in this case if you wants to protect the american worker we are on the same page. i don't know where he will come out on this but this bill has so many other problems. the big issue here is we are going to harm american workers, take away the opportunity for our kids. i was meeting with community leaders encouraging them to get young people to focus on stem education, this is something i think we've got to focus on and
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make an opportunity for our youth. we've got new high-tech jobs coming to tennessee. i want these kids ready for these jobs was less than we want is for those jobs to be given to foreign workers, much worse than what bernie sanders is talking about, he was talking guest workers, these are permanent residents and they would allow this for a decade. laura: you have that you have millions of people flooding across the southern border who is the democrats have their way will stay and work in some capacity but that will hurt the lower income people in the middle income to upper middle income from the visa. americans are getting every which way from the democrats policies. i will say this again.
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aoc, the squad, sanders, all these so-called respect -- republicans, why are you speaking out about this? where the other senators? where are they? >> we are digging in deep. i asked didn't -- i hope many republicans will speak up as i plan to do. laura: we are going to be naming names if they don't. thank you for bringing this to our attention. for weeks we brought you story after story about heinous crimes committed by the fully vetted afghan refugees biden airlifted into the united states. we have another shocking story and montana where a 19-year-old afghan refugees charged with raping a woman. montana's governor is calling on the biden administration to halt the settlement of afghan refugees in the state. joining me is congresswoman evette haro of new mexico. there was another issue, you say
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you have demanded answers from the administration and they are stonewalling you. >> same story as last time. three times we asked for an update on the ongoing investigation and it makes me worry why we are looking like it is beginning to seem they are protecting the afghans and not the americans and i are also, are these perpetrators still on the campus? they left? if you've seen in the news, 700 people walked away from these spaces in america. we know 500 have. due to the point local law enforcement have been calling residents around the base camp telling them to lock doors and windows because they don't know who has left the basin we are stonewalling with information on the ongoing fbi investigation concerning a service woman, makes no sense at all. will: we heard morning noon and
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night that we made promises, we made promises so we have to bring the people, don't know who made promises to whom but this is america and you have to play by the rules and we brought a lot of people on an expedited basis who were not vetted and were not interpreters and not translators, just brought here and left the base and some are committing crimes and the media shamelessly painted those of us skeptical of these refugees as bigots. >> tonight the venomous backlash against afghan refugees. >> they get caught up in what i call the brown minutes, the trumper, right-wing fear of people coming into the country from central and south america, they're getting swept up in that xenophobia. >> afghan refugees are happy to be here, they are hopeful. don't know about you but these are the people i to living and working in my country.
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laura: really? don't think that last snippet aged very well. does he want these people living next to him? i don't think so. >> no doubt about it. they continue to tell us they went to extensive vetting. hard to believe somebody who worked following the coalition us forces came to america state less than six weeks and committed a crime like the rape allegation. makes no sense at all. we are talking a serious crime and suddenly they had no background and pass all these leading processes with flying colors and 6 weeks in. laura: we have a horrible echo on the line but vetting was a big joke from the beginning. thank you for staying on this story. dave chapelle has a message for activists trying to cancel him.
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agenda. >> the president seems to be having some cognitive difficulties but in new jersey he gathered around the table with his peers for a policy discussion and he fit right in. watch this. >> holy mackerel. >> i got to stay here and get my instructions. i like legos. can i stay? i don't want to go. >> you might call that bill block better. it was a very weird event, the president is pushing the teachers unions universal pre-k plan which has a price tag of $415 billion. my question is who thought letting biden is in a classroom was a good idea? the awkwardly straddled multiple children giving his history, these were not edifying images. laura: what is he doing?
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playing leapfrog? >> they advise actors avoid children and dogs. for presidents that goes double but i don't know how this helps his build back better education spending. >> like universal pre-k crt antiracism agenda because if you are not turning kids into little propagandists at age 5 you've got to get them at age 3. with the latest about hunter biden art based, sale of art? >> remember how jen psaki told us those purchasing under biden's art would not be buying influence at the white house, she claimed the gallery owner george burgess would make sure neither hundred the white house
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knew who the purchasers were. hunter was fraternizing with potential buyers in la, known as a private showing under's work always on display in new york and the gallery, the ethical firewall of silence showed up on instagram wearing a david at. the question it raises is to the gallery this, did george burgess go to camp david with the first family? you don't pick that about walmart and does this complicate the ethics of this entire arch sale, to my eyes it surely does. >> can you get that down, one of the vendors down there? >> i don't think so. george burgess's friend road, he's wearing a fabulous embrace the presidential seal in the word camp david presidential retreat 46 all over it. doesn't look good. we have breaking news.
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dave chapelle is speaking out after netflix employees staged a walkout over what they say are transfer over comments in his last comedy central. netflix stood by the comedian and chapelle just released this on instagram. >> i said what i said and i heard what you said. my god, how could i not? you said you want a safe working environment at netflix. it seems like i'm the only one who can't go to the office anymore. thank god for netflix. the transgender community. i'm more than willing to give you an audience but you will not summon me. i'm not bending to anybody's demands. and i canceled or not? then let go. >> that's from a nashville show the other day. chapelle says his entitled
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documentary about doing comedy stand up throughout 2020, he can't find a distributor. film distribution, studios walked away from the buddies clearly drawn a line in the sand and several comedians i spoke with today said is a long time coming and is an important battle. >> my question is why does he feel he needs to address the few members of the trans community who are upset which i'm sure not all of them are upset. people making a lot of noise, chapelle should just go on his merry way. he's making tons of money. if he puts his thinking cap on, he is a smart guy even though he has attacked me personally, stupid move on his part, he can get through it, he can find distribution which are you worried about him finding distribution? i'm not. >> is on the road with joe rogan and number of other guys. this is like the rebel tour burning the country up. it inside a media firestorm, this story. you know the folks in hollywood
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who control distribution are leaning on dave chapelle. he said there are a couple conditions. i get to set the timetable, you have to watch my special in total and admit hannah gatsby is not funny, she's the lesbian comedian who has a special on netflix and she was not happy about what dave chapelle had to say. >> he kind of has them in a box fear which is great, this is hilarious to watch, they don't know what to do with chapelle and he's holding up a mirror to them and what they should see in the mirror is rank hypocrisy. he pushes buttons the way comedians are supposed to push buttons and they don't like it because he exposes, goes after everybody, they will brook no dissent. go. they will not allow anyone -- >> i think is winning it.
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you expose them and so does chapelle, great job tonight and still is, why is a january 6th rider who led the first charge into the capitol being shielded by the feds and why is the attorney general refusing to talk about it. thomas massey as the shocking details next.
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♪ ♪ >> probably going to go to jail >> why we got to go to jail, we need to go into the capitol. we go to the capitol. >> this individual has not been charged, he said this is one of the most sweeping investigations. have you seen that video, the screams from that video? >> as i said at the outset one of the norms of the justice department is to not comment on pending investigations particularly not to comment
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about particular scenes or particular individuals. laura: the individual he refuses to answer questions about was gray as, yc important? according to new and investigation as may have led the breach team the first into the capitol on january 6th, revolver reports the fbi stealthily removed him from his capitol violence most wanted list on july 1st. why would they do that? congressman thomas massey joins me now. what did garland's reaction tell you? they aren't supposed to comment on ongoing investigations. he's right about this but when they were getting grandma, hauling grandma in for questioning but this guy disappears, very odd. >> in light of the recent
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revelations that half the plotters in the whitmore kidnapping plot were fbi agents or informants or assets, in light of that video which in part of that view the crowd is chanting said said said at the gentleman in question i thought it was fair to give merrick garland, chief law enforcement officer of the country, a chance to clear this up. he can comment. i followed up with another question, don't comment on any of the suspects, just comment on your own officers in general, how many were there, how many encouraged the crowd to breach the capitol, how many themselves went into the capitol, he can answer those questions. earlier in that hearing he answered jim jordan's question, there would be no fbi agents at school board meetings. if he could tell us that he can tell us there were not on january 5th or january 6th. laura: there would be no stern
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left unturned, the biggest investigation we've ever done in the history of the fbi but you just mentioned the moment that the crowd seems to be on to him. >> into the capitol. >> fed! fed! fed! fed! laura: the crowd looks highly suspicious that the feds were trying to infiltrate the rally and anyone able to explain this individual not being in custody, questions, removed from any kind of list? >> it is highly suspect his picture was on the fbi webpage and they took it down after 6 months and i thought this was a sweeping investigation. this begs another question.
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of the attorney general is not going to answer our questions in the judiciary committee about january 6th a why does the january 6th committee exists? i presume he will not answer their questions either. why does that committee exist? merrick garland, we should give him another chance. he should come on tv and answer this question. we are not asking about anybody who is going to be convicted. we are only asking about his assets and his agents was at the time they weren't his but they work for him now. laura: we got it and we will follow up. we will get back to that and an exciting announcement next.
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