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"new york times" article and will continue to follow the story. is there any culpability? we will find out. please set your dvr, never miss an episode. you make this show possible, we could never thank you enough. in the meantime, let's not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham showed us last night, takes over right now. >> laura: hannity, i think the puppy was more popular than either of us for most of those two hours. >> not disagreeing with that part. how do you not like a puppy? anthony fauci doesn't like puppies. >> laura: i was going to put her head in a cage temporarily just to show people how it -- >> sean: don't go there. >> laura: just a temporary -- not hurting. just so people see. how would we like to be in a cage? and he had cage?
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no. >> sean: you have a great show tonight, i know that. >> laura: we are pumped up, hannity. we will take it from you. you did an awesome job, we will see you tomorrow night. i am laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle" from washington. we have a lot to get into, so let's dive right in. full steam behind, that is the focus of tonight's angle. before flying off to europe today, joe biden made a personal mission to capitol hill to urge democrats to pass a so-called infrastructure plan. i don't think it's hyperbole to say that the white house, that the house and senate majorities in my presidency will be determined by what happens in the next week. i need you to help me, he sighed. "i need your votes." he probably did that weird whisper thing. pelosi echoed his plea telling her members, don't embarrass the president by voting down the infrastructure bill. reportedly, some members
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actually began breaking out in chance. "a boat, vote." but to what end? >> i have signaled for days that we simply did not have the votes for the bipartisan bill without the other bill, the bill -- our members have been seen for months that these two bills need to go together. >> laura: and that is what they are holding out for. in other words, the grand madam nancy pelosi was herself whipped by the squad. speak of the house speaker and president raised the stakes and it didn't work. >> we want to make sure that when the president lands in europe, that people know this is a functioning government. that is not going to happen. so that is a loss. to speak of the president, and in this case also succumb of the speaker don't have the leverage and produce they thought they did. >> laura: ouch.
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with bite a dead pelosi, it is the art of the fail. the democrats, they have the house, the senate, and the presidency. but they can't shoot straight. their confidence and not afghan army and their insistence that inflation will be transitory. and tonight will add to their newest lists of failed productions, that passing these bills will somehow be a lifeline to pristina popularity. if anything, with the spike in prices coming and the dimming power of the dollar, biden's numbers are just going to go lower. the news was, as usual, under biotin, disappointing. the fact is, even at a reduced price of $1.5 trillion, a staggering amount still, it is still way more than we can
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afford. we are literally sticking our grandchildren with these bills. it is immoral. but the spinmeisters in the biden cabinet, they were all happy talk today. i was howling watching them. it's like trying to sell sand in the mojave desert. >> the provisions in these two bills -- oh, my gosh. so fantastic. the things that have been left out are not -- they're not dead on any of them. we are going to live to fight another day. >> we have never seen this kind of investment in our country. people should be feeling like man, this is action. and real people are going to feel real impact as a result. >> laura: they are going to feel real impacts all right. on their wallets. any short-term stimulus from this bill will be quickly diluted into supercharged inflation. supposedly, this is how they are going to pretend to pay for all of this.
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a 15% corporate minimum tax also applied to foreign income to u.s. banks, multinationals. 5% surtax on incomes above 10 million, an additional 3% for incomes above 25 million. 3.8% tax on active business income for high earners. don't think for a second that these punitive new taxes are going to pay for the left a spending plan. they never do. it is all part of an accounting game to win over the gullible, squishy republicans and moderate democrats. that's why it's important to look beyond the price tag. it's a steep price tag. these numbers are just easily manipulated. because they gained the cbo scoring process. what is actually more important and far more disturbing is what is in this bill. here is a rundown if you can read that little font right there. it is a massive expansion of
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welfare programs for universal prepropaganda to subsidiaries even when funding, there will be an enormous resistance to doing away with any of these plans. government programs never die, remember. they just get fatter and more permanent. in $550 billion ended up going to climate change program? i'm sure there is no graph in there. no payoffs of the nature to fo jay. friends of joe. this is just another wealth transfer to left wing activist. they will take your money and give it to their friends. by the way, including in the fund is under $20 billion for something called "green energy and electric vehicle subsidies." it's not exactly clear that old joe even knows how those confounded things work.
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>> we will build out the first ever national network of 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations. all across the country. you could go all the way across america on a single tank of gas because of this. it's not gas, you plug it in. >> laura: it sounds like somebody forgot to plug him in. there's also $110 billion earmarked for growing supply chains, but just for renewable energy. >> in a way to grow the domestic industries and get good union paying jobs and extend environmental justice is as well beard we will get off the sidelines on manufacturing solar panels for farms and electric vehicles with targeted manufacturing credits. >> laura: that's interesting, because his own administration just blocked a copper and nickel mining project in minnesota. a move that people describe is
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the latest example of biden's to look abroad for our metal supplies. and then counter to his private commitment to minors. american blue-collar workers are going to get shafted once again. biden's big push has zero to do with helping the american people and everything to do with appeasing the globalists at the u.n. climate summit coming up in glasgow in just a couple of days. it's also something the show has been warning about for months. it's the great reset pared back in january, the global elites who out there told us where this was all heading. >> you don't want to go back to the status quo that you had before. simply because it was the status quo that got us here. >> capitalism as we know it is
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this obsession with maximizing profits for shareholders. >> we have to establish a relationship with nature for the survival of the people and our planet. >> laura: was that hair pink or was that part of the green energy project? that means sacrificing your standard of living and sacrificing your freedom and handing over more power to eco-cracks. the ccp is going to be part of the socialist one world web of regulation and rules that undermine u.s. sovereignty. china dominates the renewable energy arena already including the raw materials we need for so many of our products. these solar panels, those wind turbines that biden was bragging about, they will all be made overseas. and once again will increase our dependence on a murderous,
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despotic regime. have we learned nothing from covid? no wonder the ccp is so adamant now for climate action. >> we must be committed to green development as long as we unite in our purposes and efforts, we will rise above the global climate and environment challenges. >> you know the translator is creepy sounding. china has repeatedly embarrassed and outmaneuvered the white house and now they are doing the same thing on climate. for the ccp, it's like taking candy from a biden. it is easy. even if biden passes this massive bill, all that climate spending will have zero impact on future warming. china will make sure of that. in the meantime, it will be full throttle backwards for the united states. we are going to go from being an independent, energy self-sufficient first world country with a reliable grid to
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almost a third world nation forced to beg others for help when wind and sunshine can't sustain us. meanwhile, our economy is going to continue to stagnate or even contract and americans are going to see their saving and their income eroded by the rising tide of inflation. your dollar is not going to go as far. our debt and deficit will further explode. we are going to be more soft than we are now. that is why democrats are pinning their reelection hopes on this bill. oh, my gosh, they are in for a big surprise. when americans go to the polls in a year, do democrats really believe that voters are going to be pulling the lever for a standard of living that is now lower than it was a year or two earlier? i don't think so. and that is the ankle. joining me now is indiana congressman joe banks, stephen miller, founder of america first legal and former
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trump senior advisor as well as mollie hemingway, fox news could you bitter and author of the new best seller "rigged." congressman, this is turning out to be a lose-lose for the democrats. if they don't pass the bill, it is a failure. but if either of these bills have it, it's an economic disaster. >> yeah, laura. just like last month, the democrats remained in disarray today. joe biden wanted so badly to go to europe and brag to his foreign leader buddies that he passed a green new deal bill today, but the democrats didn't give him that victory, and thank god. but it's too premature to declare victory, because at 2:00 today they came out with a framework for the new bill. i can tell you the republican committee, which i read, we've been sifting through the bill all afternoon -- it's just as socialist as the framework that they had before. but it's not just the price tag, it is what is in the bill. this bill was shut down, your
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kids day care or according to a left leaning think tank, you will have to take $13,000 more per year to send your kid to day care if this bill passes. it will increase your gas taxes to heat your home, it will hire 87,000 new irs agents to presumably rifle through and to spy on your bank account records. it gives amnesty to illegals, child tax credits, and tuition assistance to illegals. i could go on and on, but this bill is just as dangerous as it was before. but now we have another month to expose it to the american people and that is what i intend to do. >> laura: molly, the white house is in total denial that this legislative failure was even a failure at all. >> i was with the president when he was with the caucus. he got sustained standing ovations and they chanted loudly in unison "to vote, vote, vote." that is what we are going to do.
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>> laura: molly, they didn't "vote, vote, vote" no vote happened. this is hilarious coming from the woman who, you know, claimed there was that video of benghazi. >> chanting for a vote is in fact different than voting. and saying otherwise is silly. but the biden administration keeps putting forth these arbitrary deadlines or dates by which they want something passed without dealing with the actual fundamental problem, which is not only was bite and elected not to do this type of spending, and fact polls show people are not looking for increased spending at a time they have such economic concern, but to handle coronavirus. that is the one thing he promised he would do, has failed to do that. they did not want him to tear down border policy. they did not want him to destroy foreign policy. it's one of these things he's failing to get done. and there is not momentum there because this isn't actually what
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ails the country and they are just trying to do this as a distraction. >> laura: the constituents for this white house aren't really the american people. right? they are the global elites he's going to meet with in glass globe. >> yes, they are billionaires and illegal immigrants. the only other constituency this bill delivers four. i want to salute congressman jim banks for breaking down what's in this bill pretty good that illustrates your point, this bill taxes american energy, american energy to make it more expensive to heat your home so we can become more reliant on foreign energy. this bill gives tax credit to illegal aliens that could amount to say, for example, an illegal alien with four young kids who pays no taxes who's a low income family -- they can get over $14,000 a year in free cash from
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the irs under the spell. plus amnesty, plus unlimited foreign workers for big tech, plus on the corporate tax side, it takes a sledgehammer to american manufacturers by taxing losses in their competitions with china and by getting rid of the incredible incentives president trump passed to bring jobs to america that are now going to be ripped out of this bill. it should be called the "made in china bill." >> laura: democrats -- it seems no congressman that they don't even trust each other. >> if it stand-alone, absolutely good i'm 100% no. and there is no getting me to a "yes." >> you don't trust them? >> no, absolutely, i don't trust him. i don't owe that to them and they don't have to trust me. >> laura: she wasn't in a great mood today when she was on tv even though the progressives already have an enormous
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amount -- do they just throw up their hands and say this is a bridge too far? the democrats have killed out their own moderates bear they are catering, and they are too weak to stand up to them. >> of course not, not at all. i saw it on full display paired the democrats should change their name to the socialist party, because that is who they are. they've proven once again that once again -- i can tell you, riding up and down in the elevators today at the capital was a lot of fun, because the democrats are very tense, they are mad at each other, and it's pouring over on full display so everybody can see it. because the socialists won again today. the socialist wing of the democrat party won again today. they blew up the deal and some of the more -- there's no such thing as a moderate democrat anymore, but the more traditional democrats are
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getting frustrated about it. but there's a vast majority of the party -- this is at my grandpa's democrat party anymore, it's bernie sanders' party. >> laura: seems to be losing a little bit of her juice there. she was a master vote whimper and they've missed deadlines now under pelosi's leadership. maybe they need to step aside and let the younger people run things. >> accept what is also the case is we have a narrowly divided house, as narrow as it has been divided. we have a completely divided senate. we have a president who won election -- this is not a mandate for radical change and shall been through a bill that has extreme provisions that will add so much more problems to the economy when we are already struggling when we already have eight high tax burden on small
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businesses and businesses that do work overseas. this is not, in any way, what we were told would happen if we voted the way that the media wanted us to vote in the last election. so yes, she's done a bad job, but it's also just because they don't actually have much of a majority in the house and they are completely tied over. >> laura: stephen, real quick, "the wall street journal" is reported tonight that the biden administration is in talks, i don't know with him, to offer immigrant families, that means the illegal immigrant families, that were separated during the trump administration around $450,000 a person in compensation. stephen, can this be accurate? >> yes, in fact, it's completely accurate. it's what's called the collusive settlement. the government saying all, we will give you all the cash that you want. it is collusion. let's be very clear, this is what happens when you go from an america first two in america
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last presidency. america first under trump, now american last hunter biden. these individuals were put in jail for breaking federal law. they want to give half a million dollars to every illegal immigrant that was sent to jail. >> laura: panel, great to see all of you tonight. a shocking fox poll out of virginia and that's governor's race, newt gingrich tells us what's driving a doll. plus, what's the latest in the new jersey governor's race? jackson o'reilly is closing the gap and he will be here in moments.
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♪ ♪ >> let me tell you what's happening right now, because i just happen to see a new fox poll. are we ready? [cheers and applause] >> laura: republican glenn youngkin certainly looking like a winner tonight reacting to a new fox news poll that gives him a pretty staggering lead in the virginia governor's race. i think it's safe to say the issue that propelled youngkin in the polls wasn't the economy, wasn't crime, wasn't immigration. it was education.
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this isn't just happening in virginia. across the country parents are speaking out, they are mobilizing, they are steady and strong fight against the left's control in domination and public education. newt gingrich, fox news contributor, author of the forthcoming book "beyond biden" which is out tuesday. i know you believe, as do i, that this shift, which really affects moms, especially moms and dads of all political affiliations, that this could shape the political debate in the country for years to come. explain it. >> oh, absolutely. it goes back to governor tommy thompson of wisconsin in the 1980s has grown, and grown, and grown. jeb bush was a great leader in florida and when desantis ran
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for governor against an african-american candidate, he got one out of every five african-american women who voted voted for desantis. because they wanted school choice. and they were tired of the government unions, they were tired of the government schools failing their children. you have a vivid case study of this, because at a recent debate, governor mccullough, you would think he knows better, said that he did not believe parents had a right to be involved in their children's schools. and that went over so badly. to their credit, glenn youngkin and his complain hide and add up the next morning found in this home and communicating it to virginians. in the pool that came out to toda, there's 25-point shift away from terry mccullough towards youngkin. and the strategy of trying to
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make this a national election is over. bringing in barack obama, bringing out biden, bergen and kamala harris, bringing out stacey abrams. it's totally backfired. ironically, it is the governor who should've known a lot about virginia trying to run a national campaign. it's the business leader who is a reformer who is stuck very disciplined to state issues. repealing the tax on food, cutting the tax of gasoline, creating jobs. working on public safety. taking on the left. >> laura: there is one issue that crossed this party line and stick with it -- >> i think it's a lesson for republicans everywhere. people care about children, people care about education,
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people know that the employee unions and the government schools are not succeeding. i think if we were prepared to be more bold and more aggressive, we would be shocked how many -- we just did a series of polls in a project i'm doing called the american majority project, and we found among african-americans a deep resentment of this effort by the left to eliminate grades, to eliminate quality, do eliminate programs of excellence, because they thought it was cheating their children. i think this issue could apply everywhere in the country and i think we will find out next tuesday. at least if this fox poll is accurate, which i'm told it is by some speed people in the youngkin campaign, this is going to be huge shock to the country and to the news media because the margin is good to be much bigger than they expect. >> laura: they weren't covering it all that much until we started covering it.
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newt, great to see her. the issues animated the new jersey's governor race isn't that different from what's happening in virginia. so how can a republican breakthrough there? here now is a man trying to pull it off, republican jack to the rela. jack, sorry for botching your name several times. i should know it by now. thank you for being here. the latest poll has you down eight points. is there enough time for you to make up any gap given what these polls are saying? >> laura, don't worry, i get it wrong myself sometimes. when you pull likely voters, this is a dead heat. it is exactly where we knew it would be in this point in time. we will continue to do it, we will do it over the next four days, we've done it don't knock
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it over the last 22 months. >> laura: bernie sanders is coming into campaign for your opponent, phil murphy. apparently he speaking out. watch. >> demand that the wealthy and powerful start paying their fair share of taxes paired [applause] it is a challenge that must be met at the local level, the state level, and the federal level. >> laura: does new jersey need another tax spike? last time i checked, you guys were on the top of the nation for taxes? >> nobody pays more taxes then new jersey ends, laura. they have brought in jill biden, they brought in barack obama, they brought in joe biden, kamala harris, no bernie sanders. and i'll tell you what scum he is trying to recover from the fact that he said the highest tax people in the nation, phil murphy -- if taxes are you as
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you, we are probably not your state. it doesn't matter who he brings in paired the crowds have been very, very low energy and for turnouts for every one of those people -- we've had great rallies up-and-down the state. i think our messages are resonating. be one your message is pretty common sense. it is not over-the-top. it is a common sense message about business, schools, and small businesses especially being able to keep their livelihood going forward. and i found this interesting, a new poll shows biden's approval under water in new jersey by six points. you guys have a 7.1% or so unemployment rate in new jersey. that is the second lowest in the nation. worst unemployment in the nation. so doesn't this all start to add up in your favor? >> it does, laura. in fact, biden is severely underwater with that group that
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really dictates the outcome, the statewide elections. independent voters throughout new jersey that lean right. so again, we think it's an excellent position. we will talk about property taxes, ours are the worst in the nation. ours is the worst in nation. and i refuse to be a governor of a state who has the highest property taxes in the nation, the worst business climate, and according to the irs and census data, number one in migration. more people leave new jersey than any other state. we concerned in that all around all around. >> laura: people make jokes about new jersey, but that's because they haven't traveled to new jersey. they deserve better leadership. thank you and good luck. i had to, governor takes aim at the biden administration. desantis is here and he will talk about how he intends to take on the feds about these vaccine mandates. stay there.
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>> we are not going to deny people the ability to earn a
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living based on their decisions about an injection. sometimes you just have to come in the moment, look back and think okay, we've gone through 15 days to slow the spread to three jobs to keep your job somehow. are you kidding me? >> laura: and it is with that sound reasoning that florida governor ron desantis announced today that his state is going to be suing the biden administration for imposing a vaccine mandate on all federal contractors. governor ron desantis joins us now. governor, thanks for being here tonight. what would you say to those who claim these vaccine requirements are illegal and further, are necessary to help the country emerge, governor, from the pandemic. >> i don't think we've ever seen the federal government be this heavy-handed with vaccination mandates before. so this is definitely uncharted waters. what they are doing with federal
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contractors and of course -- we've got a lot of federal contractors in florida, people that work in aerospace, defense. they have thousands and thousands of employees who have been working throughout this entire pandemic in the state of florida, now all of the sudden they are basically being put to either lose your job or a do they shot. and some of them have made the decision that it is something they don't want to do. they are trying to rewrite these contracts and they are using the heavy hand of the federal government. if the federal meltdown not government says they will not pay you unless they do what yout businesses are going to have to do what they say beer that is just the reality. so we felt that it's going to be detrimental to florida to see people lose their jobs and that we really needed to step in and file this lawsuit. i think we've got a really, really good case. but i will say, the federal contractor is going to be a tougher case than the osha mandate, which is not yet come out. that is totally, totally off the
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rails in terms of any type of legal authority. this is not the only thing we are doing. we are going to have a special session of the florida legislature to provide protections for people and very likely be litigating against the osha rule, if there ever actually came so don't comes out. >> laura: they will have to determine if that old president from the 1920s and the jacobson case is applicable or if the court finding should be overturned. >> look, laura. i would draw a distinction between a state mandate and a federal mandate. i don't think the state should require covert shots either. in fact, i said today that would not happen with the school children. that is a parent's decision. that is what florida law says and we will vigorously enforce that. but states do have residual powers and they are able to do certain things that the founders didn't want to entrust in the federal government. the federal government is a limited power. in this day and age, and runs
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roughshod over everything. i think we will see dell might be successful. i think of texas will be successful. the supreme court may resolve it, but i think at that point as long as we save the jobs by the time that decision would come down, i think we could probably be in pretty good shape no matter what. so let's just save people's jobs. they should not have their livelihood tied to these mandates. >> laura: do you have a reaction to what the president said about these mandates? he was very dismissive and he said well, look, they are working. 98% of -- got the vaccine, it got. these are successful in getting the work place humming again.
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re-surprised by that? >> just look at september. the economy underperformed. way below what you would want. but of those 194,000, florida created 84,500. so we are a state that is resisted mandates. we've empowered people to make their own decisions. and we are growing jobs and our gdp much faster than states that have embraced the lockdown mentality or have embraced the mandates and vaccine passport. so that is just what we are seen so far. i think if you want to get the economy going, you want to do policies more aligned with what florida is doing. not what some of the states that are using the heavy hand and the government in this regard. >> laura: part two of that interview will air tomorrow
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night on the ankle. and we will discuss how he is luring nypd officers to the sunshine state. i had in an effort to get kids jobbed, did they lie about the fatalities due to covid? dr. peter mccullough is here next.
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♪ ♪ >> the regulatory process is underway to make covid-19 vaccines available for children ages 5-11 pit i wanted to step back and take a moment to put some of this into perspective. there have been 745 deaths in children less than 18. >> laura: as health officials rush to vaccinate kids and shame those who do not want to do so, what about the actual numbers of child deaths? emma woodhouse took a look under the hood of the cdc data and took something fishy. so while the cdc claims it had been nearly deaths around the 0-17 cohort, the national center for health statistics shows just 558. while every single one of these fatalities is tragic, of course, inflating the steps by 35% -- why are they doing that?
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it could have major policy consequences. president of the committee to unleash prosperity and dr. peter mccullough, epidemiologist based in dallas. phil, why is the risk to kids being inflated? what point does this serve? >> i think about two things. one, it keeps the fear narrative and the control from the government alive a little bit longer. two, which is much more important at this point, it justifies the otherwise indefensible bad decisions that are politicians at a public health officials have made over the last 1.5, two years. rather than acknowledge error, they are trying to overstate the rest of the dangers to children to justify the massive disruptions and the educational harms, mental health harms come everything else that they've proposed this point. the director of the cdc should know that the verified death certificate-based count from the national center for health, the
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official count and that the tracker is just whatever the states have submitted that gets revised all the time. the fact that you would pull that trucker number -- if it wasn't deliberate deception, that she doesn't know her own data really at all. which would be even worse. >> laura: she's one of the least convincing people in an administration chock-full of the least convincing people. dr. mccullough, what is really disturbing, i think, is that all of the media types and politicians who are celebrating this new vaccination campaign for the young kids. >> vaccines work, the vaccine for kids will work. speak our parents could soon be handed a miracle. >> we could have done a 5-11-year-olds. that is going to be amazing. it's going to be amazing. >> laura: this is sick.
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doctor, why are they so excited? >> it's what i call vaccine hubris. none of the vaccines work well enough or safe enough to be taken up in such a hubris. they are certainly not good enough to be mandated in any way, shape, or form. and they should be aware that they have published that a child is more likely to be hospitalized with myocarditis then be hospitalized with covid-19 respiratory illness. so taking the vaccine is not a favorable trade. they published an analysis, both presented to the fda, that a child unfortunately is more likely to die after the vaccine then actually die with covid-19, the respiratory illness. so it is not a favorable trade-off to have children vaccinated. it's actually at 499 in their report. >> laura: even lower. >> it's almost always in children who have serious underlying illnesses. >> laura: they are not really
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tracking that number and those statistics as clearly as they could be tracked. in other ways, dying with covid, not necessarily from covid, correct my doctor? >> yeah, that is exactly right. i think in the analysis, it was only one child in the whole country who die directly of covid. what i know about this cases is that the children are not adequately treated and we have great news, we just had a randomized child come with monarch lytic antibodies -- it was an 85% risk reduction in hospitalization and deaths. this product has been in the way through may and it could be used in children all the way down to age 12. >> laura: that is great news. gentlemen, thank you. and what am i doing on fox nation? the last bite will tell you. coming out. of.
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>> laura: my new fox nation special, california on the edge drop today. you are going to see me tackling the problems plaguing the golden state. out-of-control crime, homelessness, and good moments as well with great leaders who are trying to make a difference on the street. here's a clip with my ride along with l.a.p.d. >> you talk about spikes in crime, this is our hot spot to. see those back there? you have people, churches that come here and they give them food which, i get it. everybody needs to eat pickle the problem is it encourages them to stay here. now you have cold food that's trash and they go into these houses right here. >> laura: what percentage of the people who are homeless on drugs? if you had to guess. >> if i had to guess, 80%. >> laura: san francisco police told me 90.
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you can watch the entire thing exclusively on fox nation right now. remember, freedom matters, check out this tote. this is awesome for christmas, we have the freedom matters had come of the camo hat, all for charity and i love these, cold or hot beverages, all made in the u.s., all for charity. greg gutfeld takes it all from here. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> greg: happy thursday, everyone -- control yourselves. before we get to the news, let's continue our halloween week with episode 3 of our favorite sitcom. ♪ ♪


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