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[inaudible conversations] will: how will you trick or treat today? store to store? you go to stores? pete: stores? will: that's what they do in new york. pete: happy halloween, everybody, we love you! go to church! ♪ ♪ maria: good sunday morning, everyone. happy halloween. welcome to "sunday morning futures," i'm maria bartiromo. today, democrat desperation this virginia. no lipstick the on a pig can change the reality of republican momentum ahead of tuesday's upcoming election. as kamala harris' grasp for excitement proved this week. >> tell everybody you know to vote tomorrow. nothing like saying what you doing tomorrow? got any plans tomorrow?
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tomorrow's a good day. maria: coming up, former speaker of the house newt gingrich on tuesday's election and our country beyond joe biden. then changing the conversation, nancy pelosi racing to get a vote on the massive build back better boondoggle ahead of the election results out of virginia as the smoke and mirror show continues in rome as joe biden pushes a climate agenda he's unable to get through his own party despite the theatrics at the capitol last week. >> no one got everything they wanted, including me. but that's what compromise is. that's consensus. that's what i ran on. i've long said compromise and consensus are the only way to get big things done in a democracy, important things done for the country. maria: of course, there was no consensus, no republicans are voting for pit, and for the democrats they're pushing a fake so-called framework to fool
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people into believing an agreement has been reached on spending trillions of dollars to fundamentally change the country. coming up, senator rand paul on where negotiations stand now as the administration ignores china's cover-up of the covid-19 pandemic. meanwhile, the pentagon says isis may attack the united states within six months. texas congressman michael watts is here on the -- michael waltz is here on the foreign policy mistakes of the biden administration. dr. ben carson is here on the unconstitutional ruling off the joe biden administration and the science behind 3-year-olds getting the jab. all that right here, right now on "sunday morning futures." ♪ ♪ maria: and first this morning, look over here not over there. democrats in the house ask
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senate are pushing trillions of dollars in new spending this weekend, creating a fake narrative that there is some kind of an agreement to fundamentally change america with a green new deal and a welfare state. the democrats also ignoring china's role in the origins of covid-19 and its cover. -up. a.g. merrick garland instead this week defending his threat to sic the fbi on soccer moms while ignoring the potential real crime of perjury by dr. anthony fauci. this week several gop senators demanded a. g. garland resign. >> your directive is shameful. thank god you are not on the supreme court. you should resign this disgrace. >> it's wrong, it is unprecedented to hi knowledge in the history of this country, and is i call on you to resign. maria: this, this just weeks after anthony fauci misled senator rand paul when asked if he sent taxpayer money to wuhan in gain of function research.
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>> i totally resent the lie that you are now propagating, senator. because if you look at the viruses that were used in the experiments that were given in the annual report that were published through the literature, it is molecularly impossible -- >> no one's saying those viruses cause it -- [inaudible conversations] >> no one is saying those viruses a caused the pandemic. what we're alleging is that gain of function research is going on in that lab, and nih funded it. it meets your definition, and you are obfuscating the truth. >> i am not, you're the one. maria: joining me right now is senator rand paul, ranking member on the senate committee on small business and entrepreneurship. good morning to you, senator, thanks so much for being here this morning. >> good morning. maria: so you stuck to your guns, you had facts on your
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side, anthony fauci has been exposed. will there be any accountability here, senator? >> you know, even the nih admitted this week that basically they did merge if viruses, and they became more dangerous. that's gain of function. they gained lethality. i don't think fauci's ever going to admit it. we've seen merrick garland. ing live, i don't think he's going to prosecute him. if this came out of the lab in wuhan, what if a worse virus comes out of a lab? there's a professor at mit who's not a partisan who wrote in "the washington post" recently, not a conservative journal, but he wrote that this type of research could threaten civilization. and there hasn't been one hearing. i've been asking democrats to have a hearing on gain of function research so this doesn't happen again. you know, we do this research in the united states. this is a big, big question. this disease we're facing has a 1% mortality. what if we got a contagion that has a 50% mortality? they're actually doing
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experiments as we speak with viruses that have 50% mortality. that shouldn't be happening. maria: and aren't we still sending money to ecohealth alliance in aren't we still sending taxpayer dollars? i know anthony fauci will be testifying again in front of you and your colleagues this upcoming thursday. what do you want to ask him, and what can you tell us about this latest intelligence assessment of covid-19 where they did say it was like one element, that it was likely a laboratory-associate incident? >> well, realize they won't even tell the us if they're still funding wuhan. we learned that through freedom of information act when the intercept got these emails and this information. they have not been forthcoming. what we understand is that there's a research project still we cohealth alliance that goes through 2025 with wuhan. so we're still funding the lab this wuhan. i introduced an amendment a month and a halfal and it passed
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unanimously to stop all funding to the wuhan lab, but it has not gone through the house. money still flows to wuhan, but even worse here's the judgment of dr. fauci. he continue toss say, when asked, should we be funding this research. yes, that's where the viruses are, we should be funding research in china. but with he fails to address the question of whether or not the chinese communist party, the generals' involvement in the lab, whether they're to be trusted, and he fails to acknowledge this could have come from the lab, and he continues to lie about the idea of whether gain of function research was going on. and his one pushback is, he says, well, the viruses we see could not molecularly be covid. no one's alleging that. so he's saying something, he's pushing back with a strawman argument because we're not alleging that. if the virus kale. came to the lab, guess what? the chinese never told us about the sequencing of that virus are. it looks like it could have been covid-19. maria: well, we don't know how
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long the gain of function research was going on before it leaked from the wuhan lab and caused this pandemic. could this happen again? >> yeah. and the thing is, is that there are worse viruses. the virus they've been using in the chinese lab is sars. it caused a pandemic, it's a coronavirus. it caused a pandemic in 2004 much smaller than what we have, but it has a 15% moll today -- mortality, but it's not very transmissable. the experiment they're doing in wuhan is taking an unknown virus from a bat cave, combining it with a virus we know has 15% mortality, they've put them together and say, hey, i wonder if we can infect some humanized mice cells. how good this virus that doesn't exist in neighbor could infect humans, that's the experiment. and dr. fauci says, well, if they don't know in advance, it's not gain of function. my goodness, we're experimenting with something that could cause the demise of 15% of the planet?
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this needs to be a discussion. not one hearing. democrats love dr. fauci so much that they will not have one hearing to investigate the origins of this virus. maria: and joe biden spoke with xi jinping several times in the last few months and not once did the origins of covid come up. is he that compromised over china? money going to him and his family and his son that he will not bring it up? i mean, what is going on that they will not bring this up? [laughter] >> it's hard with president biden to though whether it's corruption or incompetent -- incompetence. the w. ohio. looked at -- w.h.o. looked at 9,000 samples of blood from 2019. dr. way, who's written several is good articles on this said of the 9,000 sample, there should have been several hundred that were positive for covid-19, they found zero. all of this points towards the lab.
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80,000 animals were looked at, none of them had covid-19. so when dr. fauci gets on left-wing media and says, oh, it still could have come from animals, the chances are becoming very, very small, but all of the evidence is pointing towards the lab, and yet dr. fauci's still defending the lab. this is a real problem, we need to get ahead of it. that's what'll happen on thursday. maria: i want to move on, but i want to show your letter that you sent to anthony fauci on friday, you and five other senators sent a letter requesting more information about the cruel, inhumane experiments conducted on puppies. what did he do in terms of beagle puppies? it's so disgusting, i can't even speak about it for very long, but it involves severing their vocal cords, injecting them with bacteria. what can you tell us? >> yeah, there's got to be better oversight on this. the up byes are so -- puppies are so tortured that they cut
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their vocal cords so they don't have to hear them bark ask whine, and their blink response is reduced, and then they infect their eyes with sand fleas. it's one thing we have to save the planet we have to test it on a few animals, but you could go to a lower animal where there's less human attachment. i've now introduced legislation that doesn't make it hand story -- right now it's mandatory there be some animal testing. i have legislation to make it optional, but this goes to the lack of judgment by dr. fauci. he apparently thinks this kind of experiment must be necessary, but he always sides on the side of, oh, do whatever instead of saying, well, what are the possible problems with torturing. we don't even do it in this country. he farmed it out to tunisia where it's probably more acceptable than it is in this country. maria: i can't believe it. >> really he needs to be out of office because just such what poor or judgment or lack of judgment he has. maria: well, we'll watch your
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hearing on thursday. let's, real quick, a word on this biden, quote-unquote, framework. i know the democrats are trying to change the conversation away from virginia because the republican, glenn youngkin, is in the lead there. but we've got a graphic on the new reconciliation framework. it's $550 billion on climate investments. it's been gutted. what can you tell the us about the prospect of nothing getting done for biden's agenda because of the disarray within the democrats? >> yeah, i think it's been good that there have been some, like senators sinema ask manchin, who have pushed back, so it's less bad. it's going to add at least a trillion, trillion and a half, almost two trillion to the debt. it also does unny shenanigans -- funny shenanigans with accounting. we're going to end free schooling this one year, the funding for it. none of that's true. it's a game, so it's going to go on and on and on, and and it
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will cost enormous amounts of hundred in the spending budget. i think all along the democrats have realized it's two for one, so they're not going to pass the infrastructure bill, they're holding it hostage to this bill. and i think the progressives will get their way. the bernie sanders' wing of the party is going to get it all. it's going to be a ton of spending. already 5% inflation, and the inflation this year, i think, is from last year's borrowing. we're borrowing even more this year, so i suspect it gets worse over the next year. maria: wow. and can then, of course, there's the mobs and the bullying. you were attacked yourself because your neighbor did not agree with policies. i mean, the democrats use mobs and bullying to get their point across. they interrupted a wedding that senator kyrsten sinema was officiating this weekend, and, of course, we though they fold her into the bath -- followed her into the bathroom, tried to
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get her to change her policies. your thoughts on the use of mobs and bullying to get their way. >> yeah, there's got to be a better way. you know, i had six ribs broken, part of my lung removed. i still suffer from the pain inflicted from someone who attack thed me from behind without any realization that i was getting ready to be hit very hard from behind. my wife and i have been attacked by a mob, our lives were saved by the police this d.c. one evening, early one morning. there's got to be something done about the dialogue. i have criticized and condemned people who would go into a bathroom to film senator zinn massachusetts really we have to arrest some of these people p. we've had people trying to kill us. they need to be arrested. maria: senator, thank you so much, great to have you this morning, senator rand paul. we're going to take a break and then get back to the desperation in virginia and car that in atlanta. -- karma this atlanta. stay with us. ♪
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♪♪ >> it's a close election, and it is a bellwether for what happens in the rest of the country. you know, the last time i was standing with terry, i saw a bunch of sign, and they said don't texas virginia, right in. [laughter] let's not texas virginia. because, you see, what happens in virginia will in large part determine what happens in 2022, 2024 and on. maria: well, there you have it, kamala harris and the democrats are getting very worried about what virginia's race, tight governor's race will mean on tuesday and what it will mean for the party's majority next year and the presidential race in 2024 as the cost of basic goods keeps going up ask president biden's approval rating keeps spiraling down. joining me now is the former speaker of the house, newt
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gingrich. he is a fox news contributor. he has a new book out on shelves this tuesday, "beyond biden" is out tuesday and, newt, congrats on the new book. good to see you this morning, thanks for being here. >> it's great to be with you. you know -- maria: we just heard from kamala harris -- >> well, if youngkin wins, which i think he will, i suspect republicans will replay kaha -- kamala's comments over and over again. i happen to think she's right, there will be a disaster because they're too far to the left ask spending too much money, and they're too alienated for the american people. something which selena zito wrote a brilliant column on this morning, they just don't get it. i saw this yesterday, i was watching georgia win over it'll -- sorry to say that to my florida friends -- but i watched a lot of commercials for both
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terry mcauliffe and for glenn youngkin, and what was fascinating was mcauliffe's commercials are very political. glenn youngkin's talking about real life. he's talking about jobs, he's talking about children, he's talking about safety, he's talking about schools. so the difference in the two commercials, the sets of commercials i saw about 12 or 14 of them was remarkable, and i think it partially explains why mcauliffe is losing. he's lost in a world of fantasy that really matters to the left-wing democrats but doesn't matter to the average virginian. maria: yeah. it's interesting was you said that he's spokesto focusing on issues -- focusing on issues that are important to the state like schools, and that comment that mcauliffe made that parents should have no role in what their kids are learning. or perhaps inflation where virginians are noticing how expensive things have become. >> that's what i mean. no matter how blue you are as a democrat, the green you're acing at the gas station -- i filled
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up my truck yesterday, and it was $79. calista spill if filled up her car the day before, and it was $72. we're looking at that and thinking, this ain't working. and i think sending them a message is going to be a big factor both in new jersey, by the way, which is much closer than the public polls and in virginia where i think youngkin is pulling away. and i think that mcauliffe had the disadvantage of reality coming out. so after he makes his really bad comment that parents shouldn't be involved in education, you suddenly have the loudoun county school board turns out to be liars, turns out that they knew about the rape of the young girl in the girls' room by a guy in a dress. they transferred the guy to another school where he then assaulted another girl, and they have internal messages that have now become public where they clearly knew all this while they lied to the public and they lied to the parents about it. all of that undermines mcauliffe. and you saw the poll numbers
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shift very dramatically as the school, the violence in the schools became bigger, mcauliffe went down. maria: yes. absolutely. i want to get your take on potential fraud in virginia because you just mentioned those dirty tricks. we'll also get your take on biden arriving in europe empty handed. we'll be right back with more from newt gingrich, stay with us. ♪♪ it's the easiest because it's the cheesiest. kraft. for the win win. watch: serena williams... wonder woman.... serena... wonder woman... serena... ace. ♪ ♪ get your tv together with the best of live and on demand. introducing directv stream.
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>> we do need the test, text, ad we do these the bills in the house at the same time. >> and we need a little more than ious. >> if the vote were today? if i would be no. we were bamboozled -- [inaudible] maria: well, there you go. progressive democrats are not ready to play ball despite president biden's plea to vote
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for his scaled back social spending package on thursday. i am back with constitute gingrich. -- constitute gingrich. nancy pelosi's trying to get a vote. i want to ask you about these dirty tricks. >> well, look, i think, first of all, big government socialists don't realize that there are only about 1 out of every 6 americans. they get together in their own little caucus, and they pump each other up, and it's like a cheerleading session. truth is the country at large as people face higher and higher prices, overwhelmingly americans think these big spending bills are bad. and the bill only gets to a lower number by lying. it says, oh, this is only going to be for one year. well, the scoring process is ten years. everybody understands that the stuff they want to do the first year they're going to keep doing. so the whole bill is a lie, and i'm not sure she can get the votes on tuesday. she's failed every time she's
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tried, and it may be that this one more downer for the democrats in virginia. maria: so if they don't get their way, they're going to lie, they're going to steal, they're going to cheat. let he ask you about potential treating in virginia now that youngkin is shown so far ahead. you mentioned the theatrics they it on the other day that they got busted for. they were trying to smear glenn youngkin. what other dirty tricks have the democrats tried going into this election? i know they wanted more days to vote, right? tell me what happened. >> right. well, i think that got knocked down, and the governor refused to go along, to his credit. but i think what you're going to see, my biggest fear is fairfax opinion county which has already announced it's going to report late, the biggest single voting county in the state. i watched in georgia as fullton county was clearly corrupted and cast votes that were clearly illegal, and i worry a great deal about fairfax although i've been told by the youngkin
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campaign that they have a number of lawyers already on the site, already deeply monitoring it. but if i were worried about losing the election to fraud, i'd start with fairfax, i'd go to the city of richmond, one or two counties down along the coast. there are only about four places and iing frankly, think mcauliffe is fading so badly it probably is not stealable. you just can't do it. and if that's what happens, you'll see that the counties return earlier and more honestly. they're only going to attempt to steal it if it's only because it's dangerous. and these guys can go to jail for the kinds of things they're trying to do. maria: yeah. amazing that they wanted to extend voting for five days, but the governor held strong on that. yeah. >> which, by the way, i think mcauliffe is losing ground every day, so five more days may be an even bigger rout. maria: newt, you wrote a book
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out this upcoming tuesday. tell me about "beyond biden." what are you communicating here? i know you've been testing certain phrases as well. tell me about the book. if. >> well, we have a project called the american majority project, and we're really trying to find ways to bring the american people together. we found, for example, the free market capitalism beats big government socialism by about a 59-16. we found when you talk about the content of your character versus the color of your skin, the the reverend martin luther king's formula, it's a 91-6 approval people care about the content of your character. so "beyond biden" starts with the premise this is like the jimmy carter years which were followed by ronald reagan and a generation of. booming economy. i think biden is a one-term president, i think they're all going to collapse. kamala harris was right, virginia's the signal to the future. the signal's going to be for republicans. republicans, by the way, like
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youngkin who offer real solutions about real life and go beyond just political ideological language. and i think there's a real opportunity this '22 and '24 and "beyond biden" is a series of chapters explaining what we can do in education, what we can do in the economy, what we can do in national security, what we can do with crime where we know from giuliani and chief bratton how to control crime. they did it brilliantly in new york. and every left-wing democrat has thrown away the book, and it has led to a huge rise in murder rates. so "beyond bind" is a book for everybody who's concerned about the country. maria: and that phrase that you've been testing relates to democrats' policy, it just doesn't work. >> it just doesn't work. i think that'll be the slow began for '22 and '24. maria: newt, it's great to see you. >> thank you. maria: newt gingrich joining us this morning. coming up, an isis terror alert in virginia as china sets up
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♪ ♪ >> unfortunately, we can't counter hypersonic missile launch with better pronoun usage and a keeper understanding of -- deeper understanding of white rage won't rescue americans stranded in afghanistan. woke exceptions are the proper jurisdiction of faculty lounge marxists, not our national security agencies. we have real enemies, and they mean to do us harm. they have no interest in global warming or race. they closely watch us every day to find weaknesses that would enable attacks on our citizens and our homeland. maria: welcome back. that was house intelligence ranking member devin nuñes slamming top intelligence chiefs at a hearing on wednesday for legitimate threat there is our enemies including china which is now set to be the building a $10 billion military base along with taliban-controlled afghanistan. my next guest warned us back in august that beijing would
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capitalize from the botched withdrawal out of joe joe biden's government. mike waltz is the only green beret this congress, and he joins us now. good to see you this morning, thanks very much for being here. you heard your colleague, devin nuñes, refer to the fact that china was launching hypersonic missiles while the state department was celebrating pronoun day. your thoughts on this isis-k warning. what did you hear from the pentagon with regard to the potential for another attack on america? >> well, maria, thanks for having me on. remember, it was just a few months ago that joe biden stood the before the world and said we've accomplished our mission in afghanistan, al-qaeda's not in afghanistan, nothing to worry. we have over the horizon counterterrorism, we'll be fine. yet now just this week we have the number three official in the pentagon saying isis will be capable, they already intend to do so, but they will be militarily capable of striking the united states again within six months. so that's one piece.
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number two, you still have al-qaeda out there that intends to do the same thing. the intelligence has been clear all along. now you have the u.n. saying 8-1,000 foreign fighters are migrating to afghanistan because the taliban now has their caliphate, and we have a terror superstate. and lo and behold, we have a terror warning in northern virginia with very credible threat reporting on north virginia malls. and the thing is, maria, you know, we've talked about the military, the intelligence community looks at whether these terrorist groups are are able to have training camps, whether they're able to infiltrate. we do have an open southern border, so i think that's a lot easier. but the thing that they're missing is how this victory, this notion that jihad has won and if america has lost inspires terrorists, many of which hay be right here in the united states already to launch attacks. and it's those inspired attacks
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that led to san bernardino, that led to pulse nightclub, and that's going to ohio state where you had a student, a terrorist get into a van and is -- and mow people down, and it's that symbolic victory that biden gave the terrorists that i think is going to inspire attacks in the near term. maria: well, it's absolutely extraordinary that you're expecting inspiredded attacks. we see these threats from isis-k and others herbally, and yet the administration -- potentially, and yet the administration calls all the intelligence officials down to testify this it's week, and they -- the democrats focus on diversity. they title the hearing diversity rather than the actual threats that are right here this plain sight very similar to the fact that they do not care about u.s. taxpayer money. and you have to say that based on what we know. the headline of the last week was this new proposal that the white house is examining whether
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to pay $450,000 per head of families separated at the border. a million dollars per family. this is the taxpayer money that is up this smoke. that's just one idea. there's also $80 billion plus in weapons sitting on the ground in afghanistan now in the hands of the taliban. you've got $100 million plus of unused border wall materials in texas because joe biden canceled all of the remaining contracts to build the wall. you've got private jets secretly flying migrants to private airports in the middle of the night, and now they're pur suing a $2 trillion spending plan that actually costs close to $4.4.5 trillion. so taxpayer money going up in smoke left and right as they're focused on things like pronouns and diversity and not on adversaries. why? >> yeah. [laughter] you know, maria, i can tell you this having been in combat in multiple theaters, the enemy's bullets, the terrorist bullets
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could care less about black, white or brown. all they care about is whether we're wearing an american flag on our shoulder or not, that's it. and that's all we should care about. you're either with us or you're against us. you either mean to do us harm or we mean to defend freedom. on this spending spree, it's out of control. i mean, the printing presses are white hot this washington, d.c. on top of everything that you listed. you know, there was a trillion dollars unspent from covid when bind came in. there's still over $120 billion -- biden came in, there's still over $120 billion sitting down at states unspent, and we're trying to get those monies reallocated to infrastructure. it's sitting there. all we have to do is say you can use it for infrastructure if you haven't had to spend it on covid, but nancy pelosi won't take the it up. this is about buying votes and flooding the zone with money on their favorite programs because they know once they get those
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programs in place, it'll with impossible or close to impossible for us to vote them out. maria: well, i mean, i don't understand why she doesn't take up any of these issues. you're right about the money that now could be used for infrastructure. if she cared about infrastructure, put that money to work. >> right. maria: and then there's this other bill that passed the senate barring u.s. federal communications commission from from issuing new licenses for electronic equipment deemed to be national security risks. so, in other words, we can't buy equipment from huawei, we can't buy from zte. will that ever pass the house? will they take that up? >> i don't see them taking it up. we're trying to get measures like that into the defense bill so that at least we can protect our military supply chains, and we can't have these chips or hardware made in china be intexted by the chinese so that -- infected so that later
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on they can take out our communication infrastructure. while we may be able to protect that in our military, if they can take fit out nationwide or even portions of it, that's a huge problem. we'll keep banging the drum, maria, but at this point i can't get the democrats to wake up to this threat. maria: well, i mean, finally somebody in the, this ba comes out with some -- nba comes out with some moral courage, enes kanter tweeted out the chinese government and the tyrants behind xi jinping, what's this going to mean for him, and what's your take out of what we saw out of enes kanter? let's show the tweet here. he's showing these sneakers, no beijing 2022, the olympics this february, congressman. what's your take on this tweet saying no to beijing 2022, he writes. >> you know, i just, i can't praise him more highly for having some moral courage. finally we have a celebrity or a sports star willing to it their money on the table for what they
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know is right. and he also calls out lebron james, he calls out michael jordan, he calls out the head of nike who is looking at 20-40% of their future growth in china. the ceo of nike said we are a company for china. at the end of the day, maria, we've talked about their military buildup, their manufacturing base, their launching hypersonics. they're doing it with our money. between hollywood, between sports, between wall street, firms like blackrock that are telling people to triple their investment into china, you know, enough is enough. i want people to make money all day long but not when it comes at the expense of u.s. national security and when the head of china is talking about replacing the american dream with the china dream. enough. but good on him for also calling out the olympics. you have these woke corporations that want to boycott georgia. you have nike that wants to, you know, laud and it up on a pedestal -- laud and put up on a ed stall all kinds of sports
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stars like colin kaepernick, yet they want to turn a blind eye to mod person day slavery that is -- modern day slavery right now. when you see made in china, put it down. if you care about social justice, well, let me tell you where slavery is happening, it's happening right now where women are are being abused, being put in prison, they're being forced to be sterilized. but because everybody is drunk on chinese money, including the olympic sponsors that are happening this february, then everybody wants to turn a blind eye. good on him for calling out the hypocrisy. maria: i'm wondering the that is also happening within the biden family. joe biden refuses to bring up the origins of covid-19 when he speaks with xi jinping, and what's wrong with these wall street guys, larry fink if, ray dalio investing the ccp's money, do they not understand their
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kids and grandkids will not have the same opportunity and upbringing that they did under a chinese empire? >> yeah. and -- [laughter] you know what? you going to have future soldiers, sailors and airmen possibly in conflict, possibly dying at the hands of the military equipment that larry fink -- with his money. maria: unbelievable. congressman mike waltz. we'll be right back with dr. ben carson. do you take aspirin? plain aspirin could be hurting your stomach. new vazalore is the first liquid-filled aspirin capsule clinically shown to cause fewer ulcers than plain aspirin. vazalore is designed to help protect... releasing aspirin after it leaves your stomach...
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maria: and they're headed to florida. that was governor desantis last week on this program. he announced plans to offer out of state law enforcement officers $5,000 to relocate to florida. he is suing the biden administration over covid vaccine mandates saying it threatens the state's economy. joining me right now is retired neurosurgeon and former hud secretary ben carson, founder and chairman of the american cornerstone institute. dr. carson, it's always a pleasure to see you. thank you so much for being with us. >> thank you, maria with. thanks for if having me. maria: your reaction to what's going on. i saw in "the new york post" today the cover story is that 26 fire houses have been shut down in new york. the deadline has arrived for all federal first responders to get their vaccine. thousands of them are saying i'd rather free come and liberty in terms of -- freedom and liberty in terms of what goes in my body.
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they're quitting. >> absolutely. a couple of weeks ago it was the southwest airline pilots. it's been medical workers, it's first responders. these are brave americans who are actually standing up for our rights. you know, this is the really not so much about vaccines, about covid-19, it's about the rights of the people as guaranteed by our constitution. the reason that our forefathers spent so much time can and effort on our constitution is because they know that the natural tendency of governments is to grow, to infiltrate and to control. so we're not seeing anything that's unusual. but what we do have is a constitution and brave people who are willing to use it to preserve our freedoms. and the same thing with the parents who are standing up to the schools in virginia and across the country. these are the people who are going to guarantee freedom, liberty and justice in this nation. maria: yeah. and instead of giving and
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keeping to the constitution, this administration is giving foreigners money, $450,000 a head, the families that were separated at the border, dr. carson. i mean, obviously, a million dollars a family is just going to to trigger more people to come to america and try to get, you know, jump the line and get in illegally. if. >> well, of course it is. and, obviously, the reason for that is is so that they can change the voting dynamics. i think most americans can actually see what's going on, and i would not be surprised to see some major upheaval, you know, starting on tuesday the in virginia and moving further than that. it's the really not about republicans and democrats. finish -- it's about american ideals, american values, it's about freedom, it's about manipulation. and our people are a lot smarter than a lot of people in the media and in government think they are. they're seeing right through this, and they're going to react
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appropriately. ♪ maria: i want to take a break, but when we come back, i want to ask you about natural immunity as well as now this prospect of giving your 3-year-old the vaccine. dr. ben carson is with me, ask is we'll be right back with more.
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maria: welcome back. we are back with dr. ben carson. dr. carson, you headed the pediatric neurosurgery unit at johns hopkins. do you agree with the cdc's decision to vaccinate children 5-11 with the pfizer vaccine? >> absolutely not. the fact of the matter is the mortality rate for children from covid-19 is .025 which is very
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similar to the rate for seasonal flu. and we haven't been for years and years going through all these things for seasonal flu. plus we don't know what the long-term impact of these vaccines is. so this is really sort of a giant experiment. do we want to put our children at risk when we know that the risk of the disease to them is relatively small but we don't know what the future risks are? why would we do a thing like that? it makes no sense whatsoever. and is also, you know, getting to this whole idea with of natural immunity, there have been a number of studies that have shown that it is very, very effective. you look at the cleveland are clinic study, 1300 of their health care workers who had been previously infected, then of them got reinfected. so i know the cdc is coming out with their recommendations and trying to spin things their way, but, you know, we ought to look at all of the data.
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ask, you know, with the finances, just one more point, to count to a million would take 12 days, to a billion, it would take 31 years, to count to a trillion, it would take 31,000. so just to put that into perspective. maria: yeah. dr. carson, thank you so much. i'll seebu you tomorrow on fox business. most reliable 5g network. like 2 lines of unlimited for just $27.50 a line. that's our everyday price. plus, our plans always come with unlimited talk, text and data included. so, switch to t-mobile and get 2 lines of unlimited for only $27.50 a line. . . .
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