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we hope you said you'd tell the laura ingraham angles next. thanks for being with us, have a great weekend. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> laura: i'm laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle" from washington tonight. a shocking story out of arizona where the school board members are creating a secret file on outspoken parents. we are going to speak exclusively to one of those targeted and a story that frankly you're going to have to see to believe. and biden's audience frankly racially awkward conversation with a former baseball great, and what is kamala harris up to? raymond has that in "friday follies."
but first, the four cs of the apocalypse. that is the focus of tonight's angle. the car i drive is about 12 years old so i'm in the market for a new or used car. for advice i called a buddy of mine who works for a firm in georgia whose whole purpose is to buy and sell cars and they do it for a good profit. what an education i got about the biden economy. about a 15 minute conversation. it turns out people are just flipping houses these days, they are flipping cars. prices are rising so fast it's hard to keep up with demand. people are selling cars they bought two years ago for a return of sometimes 25% to 35% more than what they paid for it when they first purchased it. we've never seen as ever, my friend told me. for 100 years, used cars lost immediate value when they left the lot. he buy a car new, least the lot, drops in price, but no longer.
good for my pal's business but this is a huge warning sign for consumers who are now paying through the nose for just about everything. this is our biggest problem right now, cost, and all of this is on the democrats who refuse to return to the trump policy that actually worked. it reopened the economy fully, remove the regulatory shackles. hands-off oil and gas, drop the mandates and stop the spending. but democrats think you can spend and tax and spend your way out of inflation. >> a lot of talk about inflation, not same from you but out there, it has become a political cudgel and it shouldn't be. note that everyone from the federal reserve to wall street agree with our assessment that inflation is expected to decelerate next year. the build back better bill we are moving forward will not add to inflation pressure. it will ease inflationary pressure over the long-term. this is a strong case for moving
forward with this agenda because what we are really talking about is costs to american families and if we don't act now we will be able to address these things in the short term either. >> laura: we've got to spend more money with build back better to get out of inflation. there is no historical justification for this. flooding the money with trillions of dollars you print or borrow or take from other people is only going to deflate the dollar. they've been wrong on literally everything they've set on the economy like paying people to stand of the workforce. that worked out well. now we learn the number of americans quitting their jobs hit a record high in september. the middle class which according to the nonpartisan tax policy center is going to get hammered with higher taxes in the build back better bill, you bet. per usual the middle class is going to suffer the most. now the second drag on america is covid, which biden has mishandled as badly as everything else. despite having a vaccine
available, more people have died with covid in 2021 and died in 2020 during trump when we didn't have a vaccine. let that fact sink in for just a moment. as the angle said repeatedly in the early spring of 2020, you were never going to bring this virus to closures or lockdowns. there was absolutely no precedent justifying any of that. even the w.h.o. pandemic guidelines from 2019 did not support stay-at-home orders except for high-risk individuals. and now we see the devastation that has been across the labor market with inflation, education, the staggering pylon of debt and even staggering security weakness as a result of all those closures. the devastation could last for decades. it's undeniable, highly vaccinated countries like spain and portugal are suffering major updates in the spread of covid right now and last week, the
w.h.o. chief was called on tape and a surprising moment of candor. >> laura: it's unbelievable. meanwhile, the elites are still covering up their lives on natural immunity. the cdc just had to admit that it has no record of any previously exposed covid patient getting reinfected with covid. supposedly because it doesn't collect that data. and why not? well, you know why. look for coverage of cases going up in the winter. it's going to happen.
remember, this is a virus, it's going to virus. if biden tries more mandates and closures he's only going to sink the economy. i don't put anything past him or fauci at this point. the third c of the apocalypse's crime. people don't feel safe on the seats than everything else eventually is going to break down. in new york the blm monster that bill de blasio fed is coming back to eat the democrats. turns out shockingly, allowing leaders to free range night after night is not a winning strategy. neither is attacking the police are disbanding effective policing units or painting black lives matter across city blocks. they indulge chaos and criminals took note. things are out of control, but the democrats' default initial reaction to any problem is to deny it is a problem. >> we are seeing these headlines by percentage increases. i also want to make sure this hysteria doesn't drive a hysteria and that we look at these numbers in context.
>> laura: in context. while media outlets like msnbc questioned the popular consensus that crime is getting worse by citing a democratic group analysis of crime rates in 2020. millions of people in 2020 were still under strict stay-at-home orders so that might have affected that number of cores. it's ridiculous. as is so often the case, the democrats in the media act like serious problems can be solved through different messaging and sexy spins, but we know it doesn't work that way. and the people are telling this loud and clear. right now, the g.o.p. has a 22-point trust advantage on the democrats on the issue of crime. wow. the fourth c is crt, that is apocalyptic. as with rising inflation and crime, the democrats first reaction is always denial. >> it's not in the schools in virginia. >> i think it is all trumped up dog whistling.
>> is alive. speak of the critical race theory, this bogeyman is just the new front on the culture wa, that's all. >> it's very 1860s. >> laura: yet we all know the truth. antiracist books and lectures have become a mainstay in america, whatever you want to call it beer the propaganda is being directed at younger and younger kids early. got to get them early and set them against their parents. admit you are white privilege or be shamed. look for words like allyship and equity and goofy educational videos that push race activism. >> alae ship is an active, consistent and lifelong practice of unlearning and relearning, in which a person in a position of privilege and power seeks to operate in solidarity with the marginalized group. they transfer the benefits of their privilege to those who lack it. >> laura: they are driving the most extreme elements in education today, complete idiots
who bill themselves as the eei experts are cleaning up with consultancy fees and getting these lucrative administrative roles as well. as the classics are being shunted aside, schools are embracing a new focus on the evils of america. kids know more after eighth grade about george floyd than they do george washington. it is absolutely abhorrent and it is not popular amongst parents. look at what happened in virginia. so in the end, things haven't been calmed down post trump. americans are poorer than they were on the day biden became president. covid fears haven't been subsided because of fauci's misinformation, crime is raging and blm is threatening new york. and the teachers unions are still running schools into the ground. if that is success i would hate is a failure. and that is "the angle. "joining me now, "the federalist" publisher and
attorney and rnc committee woman for california and matt schlapp, chairman of the american conservative union. i think it was a week after they were celebrating infrastructure, they are back to actually having nothing to celebrate given the numbers we saw come out this week and the record number of people quitting their jobs in september. stunning. >> the american people have really woken up to what is going on in their country. they are really very much aware how much this president, who promised a return to normalcy, a bringing together of the country, unity in the wake of all those terrible tweets, he's actually turned out to be a phenomenal disaster who has led our country into the ditch faster than i think anyone really was capable of. more so than the practical
handling of affairs in our country. the inability to handle anything that is put on his plate as the chief executive and what we see noah someone who is really out of his depth and really every respect and who is also engaged in a real attempt to light of the american people about the causes of everything that ails them. especially when it comes to what we are looking down the barrel of when it comes to thanksgiving of not being able to get the turkey, the pie, not being able to get cranberry sauce on your table. did we lose a war? actually we did but it is a situation i think at some point you have to recognize. this is a president who is completely out of his depth and that is not something any american should want regardless of party. it's depressing to see but it is happening before our eyes. >> laura: according to msnbc hack claire mccaskill, biden is actually doing a bang-up job on the economy. watch. >> joe biden has done a great job on the economy with the
asterisk around inflation right now. if gas prices level down, if the inflationary index calms down you're going to have amazing job creation. >> laura: i guess hoping gas prices go down as a plan. if it goes down it's going to be great. >> and jennifer granholm laughing about the gas prices is another example. it's about inside the beltway capture and gaslighting the american people is very disturbing at one level but as a republican activist i actually see a tremendous advantage here because sitting here in san francisco, the most liberal city in america, the natives are restless. we are moving forward to recalling our disastrous district attorney, working to recall the school board in
san francisco, and people are beginning to look around and seeing that this is not working. even democrats are upset on the left coast. >> laura: that news summary: was just a vote for economic suicide, but there is a lot involved in that one but that was disappointing. matt, over at msnbc, john heilman, commentator, had a very interesting take. >> the polling on what people think about this economy compared to where it really is, those are things democrats should be freaking out about. if they can't make the sale that the american economy has turned the corner and is now steaming ahead, which it is on many fronts, if they can't make that sale they're going to get crushed in 2022. >> laura: again, this is a messaging problem. people are really in trouble, gas prices aren't high, car prices are more than they were last year, steaming ahead like the titanic. >> yeah, just shut up, piped
down, everything is fine. it's not just the economic problems. i love claire mccaskill saying everything is great with the economy except for the fact that everyone is going broke because they can't afford anything. if you look at these questions about our hometown heroes, the cops come in the moms, dads, that is what is going on in america, the great un-wokening. these people are saying don't propagandize my children and let me go to work and why are you making everything in my life more difficult? the big warning sign from election day is not just that ruby red voters turned out in droves. little america is saying wait a minute, democratic party, the socialism stuff you're pushing is making my life tremendous and more dangerous and much more difficult and i don't want it. >> laura: i completely concur in the left are spinning their wheels after last week's
election, throwing everything up against the wall. teachers union president randi weingarten let it all slip saying first and foremost, we must listen to parents. now she saying they are our partners. let's be clear, culture warriors are labeling any discussion of discussion or race ert to stop us teaching our students ert. no one is trying to stop the teaching of slavery and the difficult, painful lessons from our past. total strawman. >> it is a total strawman figures in the thing to understand about crt. whenever you hear media official, propagandist say something like we are not actually teaching crt in schools it is as ludicrous as saying we don't teach the bible, we just build our entire curriculum around the ten commandments and the commandments run through everything we are seeing in
public school across the country. a single aspect of this is the cancellation of gifted programs in math and so many other areas across the country as being racist establishments because so many kids who qualify for it don't run in the direction that they would like to see when it comes to demographics. it's just a sign that rather than try to correct the flaws within the organization -- >> laura: lower the bar. >> hispanic and black students across the country, they would rather call the whole system racist as opposed to being good at their jobs and correcting the problem. that is the real truth of what's going on. >> laura: really quickly here, after announcing the u.s. would cooperate on the climate, here's the reaction to china's human rights abuses. watch. speaker in the several months of meetings behind the scenes wh china did you bring up some of
those contentious issues such as the use of labor for building solar panels? >> that is not my lane here. my job is to be the climate guide. >> laura: all right matt, how worried should we be about this monday bilateral meeting which he and biden are going to sell us out totally, are they not? >> completely. as we now, they've already started to water down all of the trade policies that we saw that were successful under president trump and here's the thing that is scary on the climate question, i think the biden administration would sign away everything. american sovereignty, human rights, the moral authority of our country, anything to get a deal on climate which will only make energy more expensive for the forgotten men and women. this is a tragic mistake for america. >> laura: republican should demand a full briefing for what is actually said between he and
biden. i don't believe anything they will spin out of this meeting. thank you. a shocking story out of arizona tonight, a school board member has been caught compiling secret files on parents who complain or criticize. from social security numbers to financial records, this is insane in a moments we will hear from two of the mothers who have been targeted. stay there. actual neuroscientist. and i love the science behind neuriva plus. unlike ordinary memory supplements, neuriva plus fuels six key indicators of brain performance. more brain performance? yes, please! neuriva. think bigger.
♪ ♪ >> laura: now it turns out that school boards asking the fbi to target parents is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to corruption in education today. concerned parents just caught the top school board officials in scottsdale, arizona, engaged in something really sinister. school board president jan michael greenberg had editing access to a google drive of secret dossiers compiled against outspoken parents that included their social security numbers, social media posts, financial records, and even their divorce proceedings. now it gets even worse. the google drive also includes body cam footage of parents and their kids covertly taken by the school board president's father. in one video the father, whose name is mark greenberg, can be heard trashing the parents he
surreptitiously recorded. >> they don't like having their picture taken i tell you that. it's not about -- if the district falls into their hands that would be the end. but it's a little risque, showing a little back cleavage. [laughter] >> you know, i'm always here to entertain the masses. >> somewhere around here we have a private investigator who is breaking down all their plans. >> laura: you heard that right, they hired a private detective to spy on parents. joining me now is amy carney, a scottsdale parent who was targeted in those dirty dossiers and eventually brought them to light. also with ms. michelle dillard, an arizona parent who said she was also targeted by school board in arizona paired let's start with you because you are one of the parents targeted in this google drive incident. how did you find out about this?
>> thankfully our school board president sent an email to me and another mom and included screenshots that he was trying to prove one of his points with and he sent a screenshot of the desktop and i noticed that there was a google drive address there and a folder with mom's names on it and so one of the moms input that address and got right into their public drive. >> laura: okay, that is so good for you to notice that and you are a slew thing yourself, something wasn't clearly adding up here. michelle, this is really a step three, four, five times too far here. the goal here is to intimidate parents, to scare them, to brand them as something they aren't. correct? >> that's absolutely correct. this behavior, while it's shocking is absolutely not surprising at all.
we've been seeing it over the past few years that we've been active in going to school board meetings here in arizona to where they are actually using law enforcement to investigate, follow us on our social media groups all in an effort to intimidate, harass and silence us. >> laura: they certainly have tried to do that in other cases. we saw what they did in loudoun county, virginia, and that led to the election of glenn youngkin in the governor's race there. but amy, there is a letter that the scottsdale school district sent to parents on wednesday and it reads, while the existence of the google drive end of the public record contents may raise concern, such activities are not within the purview of the district to control. amy, what? how is this not within their purview if one of their members is the one compiling this
dossier, all this private information, hiring the private detectives and assembling it all? how is this even possible for them to try this explanation? >> i know. parents are so disappointed by the district hiring to deflect what was going on. that was just for damage control but i mean we really need the district to step up and send out an apology and let us know they are investigating this. we are calling for the resignation of this president because parents felt threatened, they felt endangered and this is not something the district can just brush to the side. >> laura: i would say if the facts involved different players and there was a racial element involved here i bet you would be hearing from the governor, who is a republican by the way, of course, mark kelly, kyrsten sinema, all of that, all of the national players speaking
out and the school board in the district had there as well. i mean, this is just like trying to kick the can down the road. are you going to let the staff continue there? >> the thing is that the school boards are elected officials, so they are for all intents and purposes the government. and since they were elected the school district does not have the power to just fire them. they should definitely be forceful in calls for resignation but as you mentioned in the beginning, the federal government is now forming a special task force to investigate us and one of the laws they are saying parents could potentially be charged with is conspiracy against our rights. and the thing is, we the parents are the people in they are the government. the laws are there to protect us against the very thing they are doing and trying to achieve in
potentially wanting to charge us. >> laura: the parents were complaining about the school are being branded as extremists or even domestic terrorists. merrick garland in the justice department get involved but amy, they are compiling dossiers on people and fox's reporting the new emails show that the national school board association coordinated with the white house and the doj before sending that letter that like into the parents to domestic terrorists. so the emails confirmed there was a lot of collaboration going on here but no one to stand up to the average parent. >> that's right with the latest scandal in scottsdale shows you who the label of domestic terrorists really belongs to. it is not the parents. >> laura: this is like an authoritarian regime out of scottsdale, arizona. politicians better pay attention
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he spent about 10 minutes in space, shatner. he was 49 years old. back to "the ingraham angle." for all your headlines, had to foxnews.com. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> laura: it's friday and that means it's time for friday follies. what if we just brought friday follies on and it wasn't raymond. some cartoon figures showed up here but it's raymond arroyo, fox news contributor. raymond, if there is one thing we can count on with the joe biden, we can count on him first to count on him for stayingtotally. >> inappropriate things is to be expected but he's reverted to sing racially insensitive things. here's biden yesterday. >> i've adopted the attitude of the great picture in the negro leagues at the time, went
on to become a great picture dominic -- his name was satchel paige. >> that was at a veterans day event. he has this strange obsession with satchel paige. it's likely old age, you remember biden even brought up satchel paige to the pope a few weeks ago. >> a famous african-american baseball player whose name was satchel paige. no one has ever pitched to win at age 47. how do you feel about pitching to win on your birthday? he says, boys, that's not how we look at age. >> at least he said african-american but now mediators running around with this headline, no, joe biden did not refer to satchel paige as a
negro during his speech about satchel paige. >> he has a history of racially insensitive comments in that particular quote appears in the official white house transcript so i don't know why they are trying to cover this up. >> laura: is there everything the press won't try to stumble on our cover up? they tried to do it with inflation for the longest time. >> this one is so obvious. it is like flagrant, you've got the transcript, there is no running from it. >> laura: raymond is not wearing a striped tie right now. he really is end. >> cover your eyes, don't believe your eyes. christmas is coming and unfortunately it is looking like a pretty tough yuletide for a couple of seasonal icons. mariah carey's career has really hit the skids when this is her latest christmas project. >> all i want for christmas is all of you to try -- yes,
darling, i got my holiday wish this year. my very own menu from one of my absolute favorites. >> all she wanted for christmas was a quarter pounder. i mean, this was unbelievable. >> laura: she has made so much money on just one song basically. tens of millions of dollars and she's obviously one of the biggest recording artists of the last 25 years, but i guess maybe she just really likes mcdonald's. >> this mariah menu, this is like a cardiac care advent calendar because you get a different item each day once you download the mcdonald's app. lady gaga has a deal, adam driver has the fancy watches, she's got a quarter pounder's and mcribs.
another christmas icon is being outlawed. ♪ ♪ >> say good night and goodbye to the elf on a shelf, a georgia judge has banished the elf from his county in a gift to what he calls tired parents. this is the little elf who watches over kids, moves around the house. it requires a lot of parental involvement. ronald leonard, he writes in his order, the undersigned recalls and horrific incident in his own home where three children were sent to school in two years with one child being labeled an elf murderer and accused of making the elf lose its magic beer that is because they moved it around the house and you know you just can't do that. >> laura: i second this motion, i concur in the judgment and the underlying opinion. first of all they scare me. put that down. the faces of those things. they can attack you at night,
those elves on the shelves. >> i don't like the way they look at me and maybe i shouldn't be reporting this story but 19 million of these sweet little elves are all over the country and as you know, they do drive parents crazy. you know. >> laura: they look demonic. i don't care for the elves. also my kids fight all the time. >> don't say demonic, they may be coming for you. they are coming our way, laura. i'm very concerned. >> laura: get rid of them. >> they're coming your way. >> laura: stop it. stop talking. >> i think many parents would be willing to join the injunctive order. this may go to the supreme court. >> laura: my kids still fight about the elf on the shelf. nikko said you touched it, no, you did. it's the same old thing, stop staring at me. you touch to the elf, the same argument. why is that elf in a black tie? that is odd. >> he is dressed for your show,
laura. >> i think we have exhausted this topic, beaten the elf into the ground, thank goodness. >> christmas came early. >> laura: the ingraham angle brought to an investigation about dozens of veterans being left to die outside of the va hospital in one of california's most liberal of enclaves but what we didn't realize at the time is that the reporting we did would lead to a strain of liberal politicians finally being forced to confront the crisis and show up on the scene. you don't want to miss the update we have for you and moments.
♪ ♪ >> laura: a few weeks ago "the ingraham angle" exposed how dozens of veterans were living in tents right outside property owned by the u.s. veterans administration. our own raymond arroyo visited the site. what he found there was shocking. >> at the mouth of grant would say it's a unique homeless encampment. tents are emblazoned with american flags. it's a camp made entirely of veterans. they run it like a military outpost, complete with chores and drop off locations. but these vets are here fighting a new battle. welcome to veterans row.
in 1887, these 338 acres behind me were donated to the federal government to house disabled veterans. during the korean war, 4,000 vets called this place home. but since then, it's hosted a part, a ucla baseball diamond, even a dog park. today, the veterans can't get in. they are out here on the street. robert reynolds is an iraqi war vet who came here in 2018 for ptsd treatment. but the va wouldn't let him in with his service animal. >> i was like, i'm not going to get rid of the dog so i ended up out here on the sidewalk. i couldn't believe what i was seeing, i was like why in the ie hell are all these veterans camped out here? since i've been involved in this i've known five or six veterans who have passed away. they are dying on the street, in tens.
it's an acceptable. >> he was recently hit by a drunk driver while sleeping in his van. what do you think when you sit here outside these gates, property intended for veterans, and you can't get to the other side of those gates? >> i want to break out a flamethrower, that is how i feel. i tell you why. that is our land. it was given to us and it says right on the front gate there on a big plaque, dedicated or for disabled and homeless veterans. not the veterans administration. >> laura: tonight we are happy to report that some progress has been made in getting those veterans off the street but many promises remain unfulfilled. since our story put a spotlight on this the va secretary, governor gavin newsom and even arnold schwarzenegger have come to visit. our next guest says the politicians are lying about the amount of relief they are actually seeing on the ground.
joining me now is robert reynolds, veteran advocate and vet and a former homeless vet himself. it's wonderful to see you tonight. tell us what has changed since we visited you a few months back. >> we were able to get all the veterans to move on the other side of the fence so they are safely on the va. they just moved to ends to another location so they have the same tents on the sidewalks with american flags on them, we gave them new cots and everything. they did not go into housing. we've been asking for over a year to get the veterans off the street and onto the property, so i'm at least thankful that that has happened. >> laura: robert, think a lot of americans watching this tonight are truly shocked by what they see and at the same time, we have word that families separated at the border because they came in illegally and had to be separated at the time are going to get $450,000 as
recompense for what they had to endure. so illegal immigrants getting $450,000 and veterans dying on the street after being hit by vehicles, oncoming cars. something about this really doesn't seem right, to say the very least. >> no, it is absolutely disgusting what is going on. los angeles is the nation's capital for veteran homelessness and there is 388 acres of land that is donated to house them and there has been years of broken promises and the housing is still not built yet and these veterans shouldn't even be living in tens on the field. >> laura: here's congressman ted lieu's reaction to the homeless veterans continuing to be homeless. to the veterans now staying on the campus, hotel housing is a notable step forward. we will continue to fight to make sure all the veterans experiencing homelessness in
l.a. county get the access to resources they deserve. nice words, i guess. your reaction to that? >> congressman ted lieu has in the last two years i've been involved working with the homeless veterans outside the gauge of the west l.a. va he has yet to even send an intern or return any of our messages requesting a meeting to try to figure out a better way to give veterans off of the street. it's been very frustrating. his west l.a. field office is located about a mile away from this encampment, and just the fact that ted, who is a veteran, would ignore such a situation like this is just the most unethical and immoral thing i've seen. >> laura: we reached out to his office. robert, it won't surprise you that he did not reach back to us for a comment. but again, when americans see the federal government wasting billions of dollars on failed programs and people who, frankly, either don't belong
here, are undocumented, and then our veterans who served the country to protect freedom are out in the, on the streets, it boils the blood. the average american watching this. i was angry in august. now i am even angrier, because the politicians are obviously putting a band-aid on this. >> yeah, this problem, they could fix this problem as easy as just signing a piece of paper. it's not that hard. especially, congressman ted lieu, they are more concerned with appeasing illegal land users in west l.a. than they are veterans. anything built on that property unrelated to veteran housing goes up overnight. anytime we are talking about building veteran housing, we are waiting on infrastructure upgrades or environmental impact reports. it's excuse after excuse and years of it. the trust is severely violated with all the veterans. >> laura: robert, you continue to be a warrior and an angel for
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>> laura: this is a question we have been asking for some time. when will joe take that physical? white house press secretary jen psaki casually played it off. >> he does enjoy a good run and he keeps fit, eat healthy except for the occasional ice cream, who among us doesn't love ice cream, again as if someone asked earlier, the president will be receiving a physical at some point soon and we will release those details to you. as soon as that happens. >> laura: at some point soon, it's not like he has a busy schedule. freedom matters, all the great
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