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rittenhouse trial. joe biden and the premier of china will be meeting. be sure to follow me on facebook, instagram and twitter. remember i'm watters and ♪. [o say can you see by the dawn's early light what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, o'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly
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streaming ♪ ♪ and the rocket's red blair, the bombs bursting in air gave proof through the night that our flag was still there ♪ ♪ o say does that star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave ♪ rachel: good morning, everybody. i hope you really enjoyed that
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beautiful rendition of "the star-spangled banner" with your photos which are better than the ones the producers are putting forward. they are amazing. keep sending ones with the kids. good morning, will. will: good morning rachel. i have a good one with my daughter addressed at the 4th of july parade. will: i love that one. you said in your mind, thought of the picture that you have that represents your life as you see the flag. rachel: yes. will: i saw the pictures, looks like one hanging over a hunting camp attached to a tree. i see football players in high school, high school players carrying the flag out on the field, that is the america i'm used to resonating this. we love this. send your photos in. we want to see what resonates. rachel: that one, come on, that could be little gwen.
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pete: could be. friends@foxnews.com. we'll keep using them. to your point, will, every time you go to a campground or rv park? they put an american flag down. so cool. and a trump nag. trust me i've been to the rv park. rachel: no blm flags. no blm flags. which brings us to the topic, hawk newsom head of the greater new york chapter, refuses to condemn violence and riots. these are the way people who feel unheard respond. last night he was on dan bongino's show. dan did a really great job pressing him. the left said a lot about political violence over the last year, how they are opposed to it, how they want to imprison people who participate in that. here is bongino asking hawk newsom on that thought.
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go ahead. >> i just want to get you on the record. >> i'm going on on the record rt now. going on the record right now. as dr. king said riots are the voice of the unheard. it's a natural occurrence. rachel: i'm just asking a simple question, do you. >> they will lash out. that's it. that's it. >> do you condemn violence or not? they shouldn't lash out. why can't you condemn violence. >> why would i condemn violence? what i say i understand when a police officer unjustifiably kills someone, why people lash out. i understand that completely. >> i didn't ask, why can't you answer the question. >> i will give you this, will give you this. >> i asked you the question three times. >> i don't promote it. but i will not condemn it. >> that is coy wardly, man. that is cowardly. >> you're a coward. >> i'm a coward. >> god bless you man i'm out of here. god bless. >> you are out of here, right.
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rachel: that is why i love dan. what do you think, he understands why people would riot and burn and loot why a police officer unjustifiably kill as black man. what about all the black men and women and children that are killed across this country which is by far more by other black men? pete: do those black lives matter or not? he understands he has the runaway in today's media to say such things. only certain quarters like "unfiltered." he will be confronted with the idea the premise of our system we litigate our differences in the political, cultural realm on the streets. but he looks what happened in 2020. most of the people involved in the riots, new york, and elsewhere were let out with no consequence. that is no consequence. they want fear and intimidation tied to it.
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the context january 6th, why rioters were needed. every opportunity he has to say such thing. will: when i watch that clip, the word i keep thinking about is radicalism. maybe if one disagreed with the three of us, he is a outlyer, that is a radical outlyer, i ask the honest question, is that an outlyer? it is certainly radical. the question is it an outlyer? the answer is no. you've seen the mentality play out on the streets a year ago. we know the mentality ruled the day one year ago. will it rule the day as you point out in kenosha, wisconsin after the kyle rittenhouse trial? that is also ruling the day in the political agenda. what kind of policies are being advocated, what ideas are being pushed forward, ask yourselves it is radical, but isn't it winning the day? rachel: it is so interesting,
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these riots are about people who feel unheard. feel unheard? you have flippant corporate sponsorship, give me a break. the media -- will: on the nba court. rachel: it is on the nba court. painted on the streets of washington, d.c. you had all the support. you know who did not have the support? the people who had no one to defend them in ken nobody that, business owners, homeowners, left to defend themselves because politicians like governor tony evers and very political police chiefs refuse towed put the cops on to squash this or the national guard. those people were left unheard. they were also smeared. if you defended yourself you were called a racist or ostracized. look at kyle rittenhouse on trial for that and also smeared in the public eye. pete: the comments hawk newsom made i think on wednesday were in relation to not a kill, but
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the idea the new governor would reinstate plainclothes officers. blood will run in the straits, things will burn because we put back a portion of the department very effective. we've seen crime spiking in new york. not threats based on killings. this is the next level. if you even attempt to re-establish community based policing or broken windows policing the city is going to burn. that is how far we've come. will: this is possibly one of those measures he is talking about, burning the city over. carmen best, you remember carmen best who was the former police chief in seattle who resigned in protest over the way the police were handling crime the way the council approached it. carmen best is on a short list to be a police chief in new york city. she was on "justice with judge jeanine" last night. here is what she has to say about social justice. >> i think it is fair to be
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acknowledge to acknowledge the concerns of racial justice advocacy, and black lives matter, there at the same time, a comprehensive public safety plan. that plan has to include strategies which to bring down increase of violence and shots fired we've seen lately. so i think it is an opportunity to put a structure in place that will help reduce the level of crime they're seeing in the cities. and so i have full confidence that that will be going in new york and really across the nation as agencies come up with strategies to reduce crime. pete: she is talking like the next police chief. we don't like to be new york city centric on the show, but as goes new york often times go other trends. what giuliani did went throughout the country.
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the showdown between eric adams and activists who he will choose police chief is very telling. the activists in new york are adamant as anywhere else, hawk newsom. many which voted for him, many democrats, many authorities, the chaos under delast yo. he has a big job. will: what you're referencing with giuliani, in the '90s, when we saw crime go down it was broken windows philosophy, enforce the small crimes. that bled out to cities across the country. we'll see what new york does to blm threats and policing. we'll see it bleed out to the rest of the country. president biden will put pen to paper tomorrow signing the one trillion dollar infrastructure bill into law. pete: as house democrats eye a vote on biden's massive 1.7 trillion and growing dollar
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spending bill. rachel: kind of a socialist spending bill. alexandria hoff joins us live from d.c. as gop senators threaten to withhold support. alex? reporter: that's right. this spending bill has fractured his own party. while he will celebrate infrastructure tomorrow the real hurd debt is just ahead. democrats were forced to change up the strategy passing infrastructure in the house without a tandem vote on biden's $1.85 trillion spending bill. the democrats are not happy with that. moderate holdouts are saying they will consider it. but the president cannot afford his own party to stray. >> when you dump trillions of dollars into the economy will happen. it is not the bbb, it is the bbbs plan they have coming forward. reporter: five republican senator withholding support for
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the spending package. they will send a letter to fellow senators saying quote, the fail ture to provided a caught resources is continuation of the biden-harris administration unwilling to acknowledge the national humanitarian risks created by his own border policies. senators upset all the spending is proposed yet funding is proposed to be cut down at border. will, rachel, pete. pete: thank you, alexandria. we were discussing during the port and listening those senators will not support the bill anyway. hopefully this is an opportunity to highlight even further the lack of, i would say the lack of security at the border. no security at the border. ultimately the house may pass this 2 trillion-dollar socialist spending bill. part of reason, they will throw on a more on top because the progressives will demand it. the complication the senate will not pass a bill that size. if the senate pass as different bill it goes into
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reconciliation. you know this better than i do. the bills go back to both chambers, neither of which is necessarily palatable. hopefully the socialist left is caught in the middle of something here. they will pass it. they need the senate and that's where manchin and sinema are coming in. rachel: many are waiting for the cbo scoring often times which is not dynamic. we don't know if it passes in this form what those green new deal policies, how those regulations will hurt economic growth or new taxes. interesting stuff. pete: that is the thing, you mentioned it. even a cbo score inside of washington is rigged on behalf of -- it is, republicans tried for years to get dynamic scoring so you have -- rachel: what it actually does to us. will: on the note on the border, border patrol saying 2000 migrants have been apprehended encountered in 24 hours, with hundreds getting past agents. while president boyd demand mexico deter venezuelan migrants
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as a 10,000 strong migrant caravan could leave the united states on this screen. 1000, almost 2,000, encounters in 24 hours. included in there is 262 got-aways. rachel: will, we often talk a lot on this couch about the open borders. there is no denying there is open borders. many other networks including ours interviewed people crossing the border, absolutely i would never have tried this under trump. we know the border is open. there is no denying it. the numbers prove it. the question is why. tucked into what you just read is why. if you look who they don't want to let in -- pete: why venezuela? rachel: if you know florida politics, a lot end up in venezuela. a lot got here legally, some end up here on other kind of visas.
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they migrant -- but a lot of them go to florida. in florida the venezuelan vote was very important. they were vocal in the last election. they knew exactly what the biden administration would be, that it would be socialist. they're antisocialist. they saw it destroy their own country. they're anti-authoritarianism. they are like the bellwether, they know exactly what all this is going to lead to. will: like cubans before them. rachel: like the cubans before them. except now the cubans, 50 years ago, some of their children have gotten soft, used to the american way of life and a little more pliable and indoctrinated by the left. the venezuela is not. they know what's up. they see it, smell it and they're telling it. joe biden is telling the mexicans don't let the venezuelans into mexico. they know it will come up this way. this shows it is about election. pete: what other evidence would
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you need? everybody else come in, you guys, you guys, your politics not welcome here. stay over there. rachel: yeah. have you heard him say don't let people from terrorist states come? have you heard any discussions from mexico not letting people from failed terrorist states come into mexico, or chinese? we know many nationalities coming to our border but only the venezuelans, isn't that interesting? will: who would have a pretty strong claim for refugee status. rachel: that exactly is the irony? real political prisoners? will: up next wild video as a possible tornado touches down in new york. and hail comes down out of nowhere. did you guys see this yesterday? rachel: yes. will: that is too loud for rain. pete: my recycling bin went right down the street. i recycle. >> that is a news flash [laughter] will: she joins us later this morning. pete: aaron rodgers back on the
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pete: we are back with a look at the headlines starting with a fox news alert. a virginia police officer shot and killed in the line of duty on his 29th birthday. people say big stone gap police officer, michael chandler was conducting a welfare check when a suspect opened fire on him. he was found unconscious in a ditch an flown to a hospital where he died hours later. the suspect was arrested. charges are pending. god bless that man. fox weather, a fast-moving storm batters new york city and long island with heavy hail and strong winds triggering tornado warnings. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god. wow. oh, my god. pete: the violent winds reaching up to 60 mile-an-hours. the powerful gusts toppled trees and power lines, leaving
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thousands without power. right now a manhunt is underway for five inmates who escaped from a jail in georgia. police say they stole a white minivan from the jail's parking lot along with two tasers and took off. all have violent criminal histories. including two accused murders. authorities are asking everyone to be on the lookout. another tom 10 team goes down on the college gridiron. number 13 baylor bears hand number 8 oklahoma the first loss of the season. baylor students stormed the field to celebrate the 2714 upset women. will, you have to like that? will: don't toy with me. pete: logan diggs stiff-arming, defenders as the irish move to 9-1. but the play of the day belongs
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to south dakota. watch this. >> under pressure, let's it fly. almost gets into the end zone. deflected up in the air. touchdown. pete: good old-fashioned hail mari. connecting with carson webb with this 57-yard hail amari, knock it down! knock it down! leaving them to a victory over rival south dakota state. in a stunning mental collapse of the season, the kansas jayhawkses stun the texas longhorns in overtime, 57-56. the longhorns losing five in a row for the first time in over 60 years. will: so bad. real bad. pete: will, you have not been alive to see anything this bad. will: no. a buddy of mine texted me last night, this is the worst in our lifetime. pete: your prediction texas in a
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few years would be taking over the sec. will: luckily i have a few more years for that prediction to come to fruition. this is terrible. a ton of recruits out there, a ton, that i am related to that were there last night. not a good sales pitch. texas longhorns losing to the kansas jayhawks. previously 1-8. 30 point underdog. pete: previously 1-8. will: 30 point dogs. rachel: we're done. will: actually not. rachel: another, this is hybrid sports politics. go ahead. will: take it. you want me to do it? okay. so you know the story of aaron rodgers he tested positive for covid, oh, my god he was unvaccinated. he sat out for a week. he is ready to come back. he will play this week. his dad is speaking out talking about aaron rodgers haters. he said the following, i think some of the people that are haters, if they listen to the show, speaking about his
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appearance on pat mcafee show. he said things eloquently or succinctly. i'm not sure why people thought owe tried to treat himself naturally lot a folks there are great thanks out there that help hit gait the virus. i'm proud of him, proud of the route he went. one thing i pushinged back on, we talked about rogers since on this program. i don't think he was fully forthcoming what with he did. he apologized for that, if i wasn't willing forthcoming about any of my teammates what i tried to do then i apologize. what i think, i think it is worth a lot, pittsburgh steelers quarterback ben roth list berger because he tested positive for covid-19. ben roethlisberger, vaccinated. rachel: exactly i think he did mislead. i think aaron rodgers understood what the wrath would be when he said he wasn't vaccinated, he clearly did.
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he has every right. it is his personal life. will: that's right. rachel: i believe his health is his own business, no one should mandate anything that he should take anything to put into his body if he doesn't want to, especially somebody that makes a lot of money off his body. he should have control of it. his father was right. in the interview aaron rodgers sounded informed and allowed to do natural remedies if he want. i don't know, if he suspected if he was found out he would get this kind of wrath. more than he thought. what people like us are used to. my question about aaron rodgers is, now that he had the treatment that so many conservatives have felt, will he stand up for other people moving forward, outside of the realm of the vaccine and the mandates, but will he stand up for free speech? pete: that is an interesting point. does covid backlash become a
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gateway to other forms of free thinking? that is not just an aaron rodgers question. joe rogan question. a lot of people who see this, do you look at another direction from a lot of other issues to question the orthodoxy. rachel: do questions of authoritarianism, censorship, health, liberty, health liberty are these no longer left and right? are these just freedom issues. doesn't matter where you lay on the political issue, do you stand for freedom? will aaron rodgers be like that? he is a little bit woke. will: two opposing voices, aaron rodgers i will not describe him as a man of the left before. certainly not a man of the right. i won't put everything into political terms. he went along to get along. that is the opposing force. do you want to be liked by opposing culture. do you want to be accepted and liked, that sort of thing or has the past two years opened your eyes? i think the past two years opened a lot of eyes. i think a lot of people are
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saying not only is this right this is crazy, this is crazy what is going on. in order to have to be liked i have to endorse what is crazy ideas. rachel: he dates someone from hollywood. he enjoys being in those circles. the pressure is more on him. he may genuinely have the ideas. i'm curious. i saw you last night on bongino, we talked about how crazy this is. i literally had to do a double-take, did i hear you right, on the bongino show? pete: piece of news very underreported. an outside group a law firm, submitted a foia, freedom of information act, of people that had natural immunity, had covid what is the data when you transmit the virus or not? we know people have the vaccine. what about unvaccinated but have had covid. rachel: people like you and me. pete: cdc wrote back we have
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zero information on that. we're not even looking at it. rachel: we shoveled money into covid. and they didn't do a study whether natural immunity works? pete: what is clear the tension between the public and private benefit. we know there is a private benefit having natural immunity or getting vaccine. individuals, i don't know if i say this, my parents would kill me. my parents have covid. both are vaccinated. they had mild symptoms. they will be fine. there is private benefit for sure. the public benefit is at issue. that is what the policymakers want if you have covid or have it naturally or through the vaccine, you can still transmit the benefit is only a private one. it protects but the masks and distancing and mandates, they don't have the kind of effect policymakers would want them to have. if you're not even studying that, not even considering the -- will: crazy. crazy. rachel: crazy. will: still ahead a cow escaping the slaughterhouse in moving his way through the water park.
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rachel: you could have done that better. will: moo-ing. how about this one? he milks his freedom. rachel: that's good. classes canceled not just for the holidays. two moms react as schools are forced to shut down because of staffing shortages. >> so, what are you waiting for? >> apply now... >> ...and make a difference. >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪ >> man, i love that song! here comes the interception. oh...sh -shawn? yes. thank you. you're welcome. have a great day. if it's “that will leave a mark season,” it's walgreens season.
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mom julie barrett and baltimore mom, dr. carol bidel. welcome to both of you. start with you, julie, why do you think they are having the shortages in your school district? >> i think you have a couple of different reasons in our area. you've got our governor, jay inslee has come down with a vaccine mandate for all state employees, so that applies to our public school teachers. before the school year even started we had a lot of teachers who either left public schools so they didn't have to get vaccinated or they retired maybe early and then i think, you have also got, you have also got the teachers who really got accustomed to teaching at home, doing the virtual learning and enjoyed sort of the flexibility of being able to travel with the classroom wherever they wanted to. so you know, here in seattle school district we had 600 teachers call out for friday,
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for personal day. so, that seems like an impossible number of substitutes on even good day. so i think there is kind of a couple of issues at play. rachel: dr. vital, so the school says, well, some of our teachers, or the district says some of our teachers are burnt out, doing zoom classes is exhausting and so they said this is kind of good for their mental health. i want to put up these numbers for you. in seattle there is 53,000 students who will be affected by this. mcp s.1 60,000. so is this just too much emphasis on the teachers not enough of effect on kids? >> one thing we learned last year with virtual learning it was not beneficial for the kids at all. sometimes there are mental outcomes and educational
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outcombs. it is really not putting the kids first again after a whole year proving that virtual learning or no instruction shun was not beneficial. i'm from baltimore county. so the announcements they did on friday about closure of schools will affect 115,000 children and families that don't have the ability to change their schedules on such a short notice. apart of that the concern about a lot of instruction. we closed for entire year, closed for kids with learning disabilities. for kids with disabilities that had special schools for children as young as five years, as five years old, for an entire year. then they opened up with this hybrid model and just now two months ago, we started having some normal instruction but a lot of education opportunities for a whole entire year. this is not you know -- rachel: you bring up a great
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point that you know, these closures affect the most vulnerable, those from poor economic backgrounds whose parents who can't find away around when they close schools. also those with special needs when their schedules are disrupted. there is real loss in terms of the progress. julia, i will come back to you. there is also a lot of older teachers who are retiring earlier than they might have. have you had any insight or thought much about why that might be happening? >> yeah. i think you have a couple of reasons. like i mentioned here in washington, with the vaccine mandate, but also you have the indoctrination, the critical race theory, the diversity equity inclusion, the lgbtq agenda really being pushed hard on teachers over the academic. a lot of long-term teachers who love the academic aspect of teaching they are pushed to do the indoctrination over education. i think a lot of teachers are
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tired of it and don't want to do that. rachel: yeah, demoralized because they're turning into indoctrinating kids instead of educating kids. >> exactly. rachel: well, julie, carol, thank you so much for joining us today. appreciate your insight. >> thank you for having me. rachel: of course. up next a chinese immigrant calling out the left for only caring about them when they accept their woke ideology. she joins us live. plus will and i keep saying we're going to eat better in the morning. so our producers brought in a chef to hold us to it and that is coming up. stay with us. ♪.
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♪. pete: she came to the u.s. with only 100 bucks in her pocket and the dream of an education. now in a new op-ed our next guest says, no, i won't go home in response to critics on the far left who she says actually reject all immigrants who don't accept their ideology. that legal immigrant, helen rawley joins us now with more. helen, thank you so much for being with us. you came as was mentioned from 25 years ago with 100 bucks in your pocket, yet a dream to be an american. yet we see folks on the left we only want certain times of
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immigrants. explain your op-ed. >> thank you for having me, pete. so disappointing that the woke left, they profess they love immigrants but they only want immigrants who agree with their ideology. for immigrants like me who reject their ideology, they have nothing but disdain. some of them call us white supremacists, call us parasite, to go home because we disagree with them politically. that is very disappointing to them. i have a message to them, i'm not going anywhere. the smites is my home. i'm a naturalized citizen. this is my home. pete: one of those people you were referring to, melinda beierle, ceo of fiddle head valley tech. here is a couple of tweets she said. peter thiel, the list goes on, take your money and go. stop trying to turn america into a caste apartheid system you came from. another one, my advice to other states and countries don't let
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these parasites gain a foothold in your area. tax the living [bleep] out of them and see them for what they are, strip miners who will not rest until they ruin everything. she has since apologized a few days later this mindset is, we don't want freedom seeking people coming to america? >> yeah. so disappointing she actually professed her profile that she is diversity champion. she has the her pronounce listed. all about diversitied inclusion, but that is what we expect nowadays from the far left, the woke left. that they, they say they want diversity inclusion but only want people that think like them. and they don't want us to have independent thinking. they don't want uggs to have the freedom of expression, when we immigrants want to speak up and share different ideology, you know, profess our particular beliefs. they want to shout us down, tell us to go home. pete: isn't it also that
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immigrants like yourself have the perspective where they came from, that first generation feel a recognition of what tyranny really looks like? >> exactly. you know the left always talk about oh, we should appreciate people's living experiences, we have first-hand living experiences living under socialist policies. that is why we want to see lower taxes, we reject expensive welfare state, because we lived in those socialist policies before we see how the policies ruined peoples lives and lowered people's living standards. pete: yep. you vote that way. that is the problem the left has. even to this day as we talked about earlier with immigrants coming from cuba and venezuela fleeing socialism for freedom. helen raleigh, thanks for writing the piece and coming on this morning, we appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. pete: will, over to you. will: we begin with this
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"american idol" star chris daughtry posing a emotional tribute after his stepdaughter is found in their nashville home. hanna, i wish i could hold you. this hurts deeply. police are treating 25-year-old hannah price's death as a suicide. her boyfriend has been arrested. but he is not a suspect in price's debt. you can see the shoplifters, feverishly with items from a shopping cart and into cars. they got away with $1500 worth of products from a grocery store. police are searching for the suspects. a cow in brazil make as break for it, escaping a slaughterhouse. runs off to a nearby water park, deciding to slide down one of the water park's water slides. his break for freedom has a happy ending. the family who owns him, will
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keep him as a pet. those are your headlines. pete: so much. will: so much. coming up, he had one last joyride in him, it turned out to be for the rest of his life. some easy things, quick and easy things for breakfast to be healthy. we're talking about this. head out to fox square to figure out what we need to do next. ♪.
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rachel: just like our pricers yesterday, will and i said we'll start eating healthy at breakfast. tomorrow, it is cracker barrel day. pete: brought bananas to the set. will: i ate one. rachel: i will eat mine after i have my cinnamon roll. will: last week, after rachel and i said we would start eating a healthier breakfast. >> say it every morning. it doesn't happen. we'll talk about having quick an healthy meals to jump-start our day. pete: joining us is chef and culinary expert diane hendrix. >> i was like, are you sure that
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is what they called me for? yeah, so, i just have all of these can be done in under ten minutes. you with all the kids. it is very difference cut. rather than ordering out all the time, these are some ideas. we have muffins. make them overnight. you can actually freeze them. rachel: that's a great idea. >> like an egg muffin. rachel: prepare it like an omelette. put it in the muffin tin. >> bake it. rachel: freeze that? >> yeah. rachel: pop them out, take them with you, stick them in the microwave you want at work. >> those are what we call egg in a hole. i grew up with it. take a piece of bread. cut a little hole out. will: love it. rachel: >> i know you love this. take them with you. rachel: take them that you know. >> this is bagel humice. that is so delicious. so great, unexpected favor. pete: this is great. >> i. >> you you were going to do that. rachel: great protein. the humice is an awesome
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protein. this company gives five cents back for every purchase. which is really good for people in need which is awesome. try it, it is so good. this is a breakfast burrito. rachel: can't go wrong with that. >> make a -- pete: can't go wrong with hash browns. >> pete, you carry on the way you are. rachel: he has the palate of a 6-year-old. that is the problem. >> when you're cutting up, i'm using idaho potatoes. this is for your kids. rachel: i love that. >> i love them because of the climate, the soil. they make the best potatoes. rachel: they're ready to go. you can nuke these for three minutes. ready to go. drop them in rachel. pete, can you drop that toast once you're done eating that garbage, drop that toast in there. pete: egg and cheese mcmuffin. >> should have told me you liked that. i could have showed you an easy one.
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pete: i will try one. >> this is really hot. what you will do, cook that up, rachel. you will take some eggs, want to just crack some eggs, into here, hon. crack them in here. overnight oats. overnight oats are easy. will you were talking about that. will: yes. >> literally take rolled oats. put them in milk. sit them in the refrigerator overnight. you're done. something you can do at home. peanut butter, nut butter. avocado toast. you like that, better for you, good option. french toast. rachel: beat them up? >> beat them up. we'll put this over. that is how easy french toast is. eggs, sugar, a little bit of vanilla. rachel: what is on top of here? >> pure maple syrup. you want to use the pure. will: you keep cooking, rachel. we have to run. diane, this is great stuff. awesome, healthier in the
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morning. check it out. check out fresh to frozen impact on roku. diane's tips. rachel: thank you, diane. >> always great to see you. pete: rachel, read this for me? rachel: next hour, kids highlighting conservative icons, an effort to balance school libraries, but congressman kat cammack, stu varney, leo terrell and maria bartiromo. et up. dad! ♪ ♪ at lowe's, we put our decorations and gifts out earlier. yeah! so, you can make the most of the season. it's all at the one place that has everything you need. ♪ ♪ >> man: what's my safelite story? my truck...is my livelihood. so when my windshield cracked... the experts at safelite autoglass came right to me...
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this week. pete: alexandria hoff joins us live in d.c. as gop senators threaten to withhold support. pete: there is a pickle going on in washington, d.c. a signing celebration could include democrats and republicans on the south lawn. it is expected to be a large crowd. president biden has not much time to linger. house democrats give the massive spending bill, out come of that could way moderate democrats in senate, not necessarily in the direction the president wants. unlike the infrastructure, the build back better spending plan will not be able to rely on republican support. >> when you dump trillions of dollars into the economy, what do you think will happen? it is not the bbb. it it is the bbbbs plan. reporter: strong words. five republican senators are with rolling support from any
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spending bill that does not include to address security issues on the border. they plan to write a letter to fellow senators, the failure to provide sufficient resources is continuation of the biden-harris inability unwillingness to acknowledge the humanitarian and national security risks by open border policies. the letter calls out democrats who left border wall funding out of appropriation bills. will, rachel, pete. will: well-done. pro work. thank you. rachel: that really was. by the way the biden administration still pedaling the fantasy that the build back better bs bill, as the congressman from florida says, calls it or the fake infrastructure bill as well. this is all like costs zero money. this is no change. it is free. pete: printing more money helps with inflation. rachel: that is crazy. pete: we have a brain room here that will look at information
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for us. this morning we sent in a request. can we remind the audience and ourselves of all the spending unleashed since covid? when it started everyone realized it was an emergency. spending needed to be done. here is the break down of the bills passed since march of 2020. first covid response act. that was 192 billion. under president trump. the cares act. 2.2 trillion. paycheck protection program which was almost $500 billion. you're looking $2.9 trillion before the election under the trump administration. after the election, look where the numbers go. it is insane. most of this money is not spent. we just had 900 billion on that for the consolidated appropriations act. rescue plan of 1.9 trillion. you have the infrastructure, so-called infrastructure, you're right, rachel, 1.2 trillion. they want to pass another 2 trillion bucks that will be north of $6 trillion. rachel: unbelievable. pete: not paid for regardless what they want to say at all,
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most of which has not been spent. rachel: think about all the corruption and griff that will happen with this kind of money. all the friends will get kickbacks because of this money. it is really frightening. will: all the manipulation underneath the covers. let me give you an example. we had vivek ramaswamy on the program, where did the dei stuff, woke ideology come from? you can trace it back to the spending programs post-the 2008 financial crisis, where the obama administration in order to get your funds, in order to be bailed out we need to see a lot of these dei type initiatives implemented. what do you think will be attached to $6 trillion of spending? what kind of ideology will be packed in there. we'll never know. most is buried in there, not just fine print implication of how you manipulate the society. rachel: absolutely. will: pete: a lot is so vaguely worded
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talking to people on capitol hill. all the implement thanks is left to regulators, bureaucrats in the departments, which are beholden to diversity inclusion. left-wing framework. rachel: horse-trading going on. senator manchin for example, doesn't like they want to give subsidies to the electric cars pretty, union companies, unionized companies producing electric cars. i have don't like that. everyone should compete without subsidies. if people want electric cars, let them buy electric cars. let the market speak. they come back, don't you like, retirement, hold on, let me grab it, no, it was, yes, it was retirement provisions for miners, right? so of course that benefits him. there is also inside of a lot of weird horse-trading going on. you really don't know what you get in the end. we don't even have a cbo score.
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pete: you recall the "cornhusker kickback"? the louisiana purchase? don't go well for politicians. they stick in the minds of voters who don't want the whole package to begin with. rest assured, those deals are happening. those bills will only get bigger. rachel: that's right. will: this is the type of thing you find buried in a $6 trillion worth of spending this is a lot of climate initiatives. do i call it cop 26? cop 26. what does it stand for? global summit taking place. john kerry has been there. here is what is fascinating. we have all know what the united states does coming to climate initiatives. india and china, they are the true dictators of climate policy because they're the world's largest polluters. world's largest carbon emitters. hold out on any type of climate deal, they know the compromise to their own economy, their own
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people, because of climate initiatives, what happened is, global climate initiative comes together. india, says when it comes to coal, we don't want to phase out coal. let's change the wording to phase down. not phase out, phase down. rachel: probably more accurate, we'll phase down. you guys stay down. [laughter] will: that is some emotion. the whole thing has been an emotional experience apparently. here is the president of the summit. the climate deal is struck in glascow. watch. >> may i just say to all delegates, i apologize for the way this process has unfolded and i'm deeply sorry. i also understand the deep disappointment but i think as you have noted it is also vital that we protect this package.
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[applause] pete: is he crying? rachel: what an empty life that person must have, i'm sorry. like give me a break. pete: cop 26 is the conference of the parties. this is the 26th time they have gathered. every time they gather the world will end in 10 years. the "new york post" had a great editorial today about that, pointing out in 1979 got 10 years to live. always, we're always on the precipice of absolute disaster. we have to shut down our economies to deal with it. you're exactly right, will. india around china play the double game. we're only developing nations. as developing nations we should not be treated like developed nations. they do whatever they want. do you think china pays attention to whatever sham agreement? rachel: they didn't show up. pete: they were not there root
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chinese didn't go. showed up via zoom. pete: they're building coal plants. rachel: a big navy for a developing country. pete: protocols of ships of our in the desert they practice shooting missiles and we're crying at the cop 26. rachel: such a weird sense of priorities that our leaders have. by the way, there were also articles showing how many private planes you know, made their way over to glass -- glasgow. they have a huge climate footprint. they go off with what do they call it? pete: carbon credit. rachel: carbon credit. i can do it but you can't. pete: what do they go for these days? will: the emotion on the screen response of demands of india to change the language. there was a lot of wringing of
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hands. phaseout, versus phase down. pete: got it. you know who you want to hear about right now? the one man. john kerry, climate czar. >> we had a choice to leave glasgow with all the other things accomplished, we change a word, that still says that we got to phase it down. i'll take phase it down and fight next year as we go into you know, on through the next year to get where we need to go. rachel: what i don't understand is, john kerry, who our climate czar, joe biden who is our president both know this will make us less competitive with china. china as we stated through the whole segment. china will not follow the same rules. they don't even show up to the event. we're going to have to ham change your own economy. why would they do that? why do they not want us to put america first? why don't they want us to
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prosper? pete: i think there is sense of inevitability on not just on the left, america is the world's leader, even if we crush our economy with socialism, even if we teach our kids we're not a good economy. america will self-perpetuate. they don't live in history. they think the idea of great power competition is over. we just compete with china. tell that to the folks in beijing. tell that to the generals plotting what is it china, 2059. whatever they view to have the dominate the region and the world. we are fiddling it away internally, fundamentally. they don't think what happened in the past could happen again because as progressives they never want to look at the past. always about moving forward. building back better, progressing, fundamental transformation as opposed to understanding humidity nature, the desire for greed and power. that is a real thing. the communist chinese are
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battling to take it over. will: i think the two take-aways as you said, rachel, what a stunning admission of priorities, as they study, what is stunning mission of priorities. if you're in the coal industry, phase out or phase down, that is a negative sign for the future and america's energy independence. turning now to your headlines, starting with this, jurors in the kyle rittenhouse trial could begin deliberations as soon as tomorrow. closing arguments are set to start on monday. rittenhouse's mother joins us yesterday what she hopes from the jury. >> they have been taking notes, listening to the truth and i hope they take that into what the outcome is going to be, not from the media. not from the president of the united states. it is about the truth. will: friday the presiding judge the jury will be allowed to
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consider the prosecution's argument that rittenhouse provoked an encounter with one of two the men shot in the riot in kenosha. fbi is aware of unauthorized emails sent to inboxes. 100,000 people received fake messages from a legitimate fbi email address yesterday. the bureau said impacted hardware was taken off-line quickly upon discovery of the issue. we continue to encourage the public to be cautious of unknown senders. saturday night love mocking senator ted cruz calling big bird's covid shot campaign propaganda for children. >> when big bird told children to get vaccinated against a deadly disease, i said no. i created my own "sesame street" called, cruz street. will: "snl" threw jabs at jogue rogan taking alternative
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treatments like ivermectin. >> i used to host fear factor. doctors fear me. >> here is zinc, some horse medicine. i'm a human and i took horse medicine. will: rogan accuses media outlets like cnn mischaracterizing his treatment by he will ask telling viewers he was taking horse dewormer. if you dismiss ivermectin as horse dewormer, i dismiss you. if that is all you know of ivermectin i'm good. we're good. pete: am i wrong. didn't it win a nobel prize? will: you're not wrong. pete: for humans. will: for humans. rachel: by the way when the whole pandemic story in the rear view mirror we're telling history of it, we're telling how many hundreds, perhaps thousands of people who lost their lives
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unnecessarily because our governments refused to look at early treatments. it is inhumane, cruel. i think we're going to find that out. will: pete: that is until pfizer-mectin showed up. who introduced you to that word? rachel: i did. stole it from "the babylon bee," which is becoming real memes these days. pete: 18 minutes after the top of the hour. up next florida's governor is threatening to fly illegals to biden's home state of delaware after planes full of illegal immigrants were secretly sent to the sunshine state. rachel: but not venezuelans. pete: not venezuelans. congresswoman kat cammack has been to the bored three times. rachel: the chip shortage has been a problem for cars. we'll get to these two right now. ♪
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that the president's whopping $1.85 trillion and growing and spending plan won't raise taxes on middle class. new analysis tell as little bit of a different story. rachel: the non-partisan tax policy center say 20 to 30% of middle income families will see a hike if democrats pass the bill, with low and income families paying an additional $100 on average. will: that doesn't even take into account i would suggest, the cost of inflation on the middle income families as well. you add taxes on top of the fact that their dollar doesn't go as far u looking at massive tax increase on lower and middle income americans. pete: reality know one knows. there are some gimmicks. rachel: some democrats say they won't vote on it until they get the cbo score. the cbo score is not dynamic. he specially green new deal policies and higher taxes go
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knee a effect. will: here to react florida republican congresswoman kat cammack. thanks for being with us. tell us more about these taxes. good morning to you. great to have you on the show. >> thank you for having me on. good to see you this sunday, good to see you as well. 20 to 30% middle-class americans, walking through that how will they impact directly, setting aside inflation. how will they be impacted by taxes? >> listen, we already know this is the most expensive tax package in american history. i think anyone who suggests that it costs zero dollars or won't have an impact on every single american's bank accounts or bottom dollar is a fool. we know this will have impacted across the board. we're already set for the most expensive thanksgiving in history. seeing average statistics,
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average middle-class families expected to take a 30% increase in their taxes. that is on top of the inflation we're experiencing, which on average, if you look at your dollar, every 30 days our dollar is losing 10% of its value. if these levels of inflation are to be sustained. now if you look at the total cost of this, this is projected to be a about a $2.1 trillion tax increase and, we're seeing the final price tag is the equivalent of the gdp of mexico and canada combined. that all falls on us, the working class. and, for the white house to say that this costs zero and they want to move this through without a cbo score, i think that is disingenuous, and harmful to the american people. we already know they don't really care. they will achieve their agenda no matter what. that is what is the most scary thing about this reconciliation bill. rachel: congresswoman, it is insulting to tell the american
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people that it its free. the only thing free is sunshine and god's love. that is it. people aren't stupid. they also know all this spending, all this printing will cause more inflation and that will hurt them. that is a tax as well. i want to move on to what is happening at our border. we've been talking about it all this morning. it is wide open. the numbers keep proving it. it gets worse and worse every day. the governor of your state has brought to light some of the secret flights that have been coming into florida in the middle of the night. and he says, he is going to send these migrants to delaware. why do you think the flights are coming to florida? >> listen, i've been to the border three times and there is no question about it, we have a crisis on our southwest border. the fact remains, no matter again what the white house says, there is a crisis and every town in america is a border town. i know that for a fact to be true here in my own district.
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just recently one of those unaccompanied minors turned out to be a 25-year-old man who murdered someone in our community. now when you look at the flights that are going on, the faa refused to give members of congress myself around my colleagues access to the manifest. they're covering this up at the discretion of the administration. and they will not give us information of who is coming in and when they're bringing them in. of course they have to do it in the dead of night because nancy pelosi, you pass things in the dead of night because you don't want the american people to know what is in it. just like this administration is flying people into the communities in dead of night. they don't want us to know who is on the planes. i agree with ron desantis, if they're so really keen on having these undocumented illegals in our community, who have been untested, unvaccinated, i'm not anti-vaccine, i'm anti-mandate, if they want these folks in our communities, start by sending them to san francisco and
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delaware where the people in charge are the ones making these decisions. it is absolutely a slap in the face to every single american who has done things the right way. they pay their taxes. they are good citizens. then of course we know you can't protect your hometowns if you can't defend the homeland. of course this administration wants to defund police. so they are tying the hands of americans. they are tying the hands of our first-responders and continuing to perpetuate this crisis at the southwest border by encouraging people to come here and we know that. pete: our own elected governors and elected representatives are not allowed to know who is on the flights. rachel: it is insane. isn't that crazy? pete: it is crazy. representative, thank you so much for your time. kat cammack, we appreciate it. >> thank you. pete: up next, sometimes you don't know what to say. rachel: just too much, right? pete: new children's books series aims to combat radical teachings in the classroom. the effort to balance out school
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one librarian contacted me. parents are looking for ways to teach our values, teach our history, showcase what we believe through stories and through fantastic illustrations. that is it what we wanted to do teach our kids using books, that is the absolutely the best way to teach them. reporter: that is absolutely right. if you walk into barnes & noble where i did recently, featured sections for kids, it's a woke rainbow, from climate. parents don't have many options unless they seek it out. >> that is the thing. publishing houses are controlled by woke ideology. people familiar with the query process. agents are only looking for lgbtq books. anything with a angle gender focused. when we were illustrating the books. we went to the top illustrators in north america.
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we have want to do books about ronald reagan, thomas sowell, amy comey barrett. the illustrators balked. they're scared of cancel culture. we'll do it ourselves. we used illustrators around the world. not ones scared to do it in america. pete: you did a great job, whoever you found to do it for real. what i find real cool, a new book comes out every month featuring a new hero. who are some of the other ones you will be featuring? >> we have john wayne and winston churchill, margaret thatcher. ronald reagan is one of the books we have now. rush limbaugh. there will be fantastic heroes we want our kids to know about. i don't know about you, when i was in school, we didn't get to anything after world war ii. a lot of these heros are people that our kids might not be familiar with, especially thomas sowell. pete: especially thomas sowell, one of the greatest conservative thinkers of my time. another one in my notes, douglas
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macarthur. awesome figure in american history to teach our kids. the website is, heroes of liberty.com. it is not on amazon. you have to go to heroes of liberty.com for all the right reasons. i think you will have a few folks checking these out for christmas. >> i think so. pete: they come with little figurines. i have ronald reagan standing on my shoulder right now. heroes of liberty.com. so you collect them all. bethany, this is kind of going on the offense we have to do. >> exactly. thank you. peter: heroes of liberty.com. up next, janice dean joins us live for a sunday appearance on the wild video.
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rachel: we're back with fox weather. a fast moving storm batters new york city and long island with heavy hail and strong winds triggering tornado warnings. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god. wow. oh, my god. rachel: those violent winds reaching up to 60 miles an hour. the powerful gusts toppled street signs, power lines, trees like this one which landed right on a home. meanwhile in michigan snow blanketing the ground as a
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winter weather advisory in effect for some areas. fox senior meteorologist janice dean joins us live with more on the fox weather forecast. >> rachel, yes, we got socked in yesterday. i saw lots of hail on long island. a lot of pictures on social media. strong wind reports, even tornado reports of long island, upstate new york. i show you the storm system. thankfully it's fon. we have colder air in place. man we saw some thunder boomers yesterday. those are the storm reports. you can see the tornado warned storm for upstate new york. then lots of wind and hail reports. it was a quick mover. the next storm system will dive across the upper plains and midwest. we call this the clip every system. it originates from alberta, canada. it moves quickly bringing potential for snow and parts of the great lakes and intier nor northeast. you know what? winter is on its way. we'll not get snow across the
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coastal areas but definite snow for interior northeast. real quick, what your names? >> david. >> james. >> thanks for coming. stick around we'll have cool cars in the next segment. thank you, mom. back inside to will. will: thanks, janice. president biden set to hold a virtual summit with chinese president xi xinping tomorrow after a key resolution opened the door for president xi to serve a unprecedented third term or longer. gordon chang, senior fellow at the gait sustain -- gait stone institute. we have olivia lenos, heritage foundation at asian study center. thanks you all for being with us. gordon, start with you a virtual summit with china. what should we hope is the outcome of this kind of a
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meeting? >> i think we have very low expectations. there is nothing that biden will ask for that xi xinping will deliver and there is nothing that xi xinping will ask for that biden should deliver. the white house is trying to downplay expectations, saying oh, we want to have guardrails for competition. we're not in competition with china, will. of china declared war on us and is doing unrestricted war. if we ask china to stop killing us with coronavirus and fentanyl and stop stealing our intellectual property and all the rest of it, after five decades our foreign policy has been a mistake. i think biden should cancel this virtual summit. nothing good will happen. will: nothing food will happen. olivia, set aside for one moment the goals of the biden administration. help me paint a picture of reality. what would be ideal as we confront the reality of our relationship with china? you heard ford done bring up
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spying. coronavirus and trade issues what should we at this point look to china and hope to expect from our relationship? >> there are a lot of issues where china and the u.s. are at odds. whether this is over climate change or on trade related issues. but perhaps one of the thorniest issues are those of human rights. today, the chinese communist party is carrying out genocide against its uyghur muslim minority and we witnessed them undermining freedom in hong kong in very, very recent years. given this the biden administration can't leave human rights issues off the table. i think unfortunately what we're hearing rumor has it president xi plans to invite president biden to participate in the 2022 beijing winter olympics. that is an invite he should decline. he should make it clear this is on human rights grounds. will: olympics invitation, dean. maybe what i'm having trouble
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it, and the relationship is complicated maybe it's a fool's errand is simplify it. one hand invitation to the olympics and on the other hand mocking up a united states aircraft carrier for target practice. can we define the relationship, can we set the terms of the relationship so we can move forward with some honesty. >> that will be very difficult because in part to borrow a phrase it's a very complicated relationship. we have areas where we are directly in opposition, military issues, human rights, et cetera but the reality is that the chinese and american economies are still intertwined. we're both major powers and the media and parts of congress wants to see better, at least, better photo-op opportunities between the two. the reality is that this administration almost certainly will be waving perhaps from the truman balcony of the white house some kind of a climate change agreement saying
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look, we can cooperate with china regardless what the chinese actually do in terms of human rights but at the same time it will be downplaying as my colleagues have said issues like human rights and issues like the fact that the chinese are openly planning for a conflict involving united states. will: openly planning for -- by the way, gordon, you brought up the phrase unrestricted warfare. planning for a conflict when we're essentially in a conflict right now and the most obvious aspect of that is the coronavirus pandemic. do you think it will come up at all at this meeting? >> well it didn't come up in their february fon call which was two hours, will. we don't know what was said on september 9th which was their second phone call. this is something that biden is not interested in. he was only forced to ask the intelligence community to look the at origins after the uproar, after it was learned that the state department killed the pompeo era investigation into origins. so this is important because
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we're 760,000 americans have been killed by this disease according to johns hopkins. you know biden just doesn't seem to care. so i don't think it will come up but we never know. will: all right. gordon chang, dean chang, olivia enos, thank you for being with us on a complicated relationship, a complicated topic. thank you so much. >> thank you. will: coming up the supply chain crisis putting the brakes on new car sales. we'll tell you about that but there are options. the top five cars you can get right now. that is next. ♪ at vanguard, you're more than just an investor, you're an owner with access to financial advice, tools and a personalized plan that helps you build a future for those you love. vanguard. become an owner.
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♪. will: with an international chip shortage and car prices surging to record highs, record high of $46,000 in fact, it is hard to get your hands on a new vehicle these days. fortunately we have auto expert mike caudill with us. here are the top five cars you can actually drive off the lot. tell us about the electric car. >> a lot of things happening in the auto industry right now. i'm leaving here going for the first l.a. auto show since the pandemic. this is about electric made out of recycled product. the, great range.
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all about electrification. we brought gas vehicles. this is the toyota corolla cross. this is crossover. my first car i learned to drive was a toyota corolla. will: always sedans. >> starts under $20,000. $23,000 on this week right here. all-wheel drive, towing capacity. will: drive it off the lot right now. >> try it oaf the lot. this is awesome, pete. ford maverick. pryceed $19,995. smallest truck they offer. offered in hybrid version. 40 miles per gallon. in the back this is where all the news is. they have a spray in bed liner. down here you have he will 12-volts of power. put all the tower tools for the do-it-yourselfer. lay plywood on the back. no hums with normal wheel well.
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pete: love it. >> here you go, you want to go off-road? this is it. this is the subaru. this is the wilderness package. this is the forrester. you get nine half inches of ground clearance. take it off-road with the all-wheel drive. packed with safety on inside. you have tons of headroom. i'm 6-foot 3. rachel: i have a lot of headroom. i'm short. >> double stitched seats. touch-screen monitor. anything you want in a vehicle. get me on starting price? rachel: 30,000. >> north of that $33,000. here we go. i just had this in my driveway. test drove it for the last week in nashville. where they are based. this is the nissan frontier. pro 4-x. quilted seats own the interior. car facts came out this is the most reliable truck for the first year of ownership in the markets. mid-sized.
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all new redesign on the front. gorgeous interior. nissan safety shield 360 comes standard on the vehicle. >> moms look great in this vehicle. >> moms look amazing. starts out 20 grand. top it out at 47,000. >> i see fancy speakers. >> we're loaded. we're ready to go. stuart is coming out with us. [all talking at once] >> drive the biggest vehicle. jumped in the driver's seat. i love it. this is a jeep grand wagoneer. wagoneer is the upscale part of the brand. 75 inches of screen in the vehicle. first car has fire tv built into it. >> screen back here. >> screens back here. rachel: wow. >> all the way in the third row. see pete there. starts at 58, $59,000 for the wagoneer. if you want the grand wagoneer
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♪♪ will: welcome to "fox & friends sunday". pete: are you familiar with him? will: not yet. pete: it's an institution, i'm telling you and by the way we will help you survive me too inflation with cost-effective meet on a square. really good. rachel: what's it called again?
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pete: path to freedom, phenomenal stake. we will ask them about the price as well. rachel: it will kill you, pete, i mean, kill your pocketbook, i mean, i love meat. will: welcome to "fox & friends sunday" on this fourth hour. will cane, pete hegseth and rachel campos-duffy. black lives matter record new york chapter refuses to condemn riots days after he said there would be bloodshed on the streets if there was returned to the old ways of policing. he went on unfiltered last night with dan bongino or he was confronted about his reluctance, refusal to condemn the violence. a watch. >> i just want to get you on the record, you don't want to violence. >> i'm going on the record right now. as doctor king said, riots are the voice of the unheard. it's a natural occurrence is. >> i'm just asking a
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simple question, violence or not. >> violence (will lash out. >> do you condemn violence or not. they shouldn't lash out, why can't you condemn violence? >> why would i condemn violence. i will say i understand when a police officer unjustifiably kills someone why people lash out. i understand that completely. >> i did not ask that. why can't you answer? >> i will give you this i don't promote it, but i will not condemn it. >> that's cowardly, man. >> no, you are a coward. god bless you, man, i'm out of here. >> yeah, yeah, you are out of here, right. rachel: you are out of here. don't mess with dan bongino. listen, he said the riots are the voice of the unheard, said blm who had all of the cultural backing from the media, hollywood,
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they were corporate sponsored as well, made money off of these rights, made a name for themselves as an organization, the people not heard are the people in kenosha and minnesota and minneapolis and other places who were trying to defend their property, defend their businesses. pete: as you said, he was on the program because in the middle of the week he said if they reinstitute the plane closed officers because the mayor elect is likely going to reverse a lot of the policies hopefully of buildable audio and he said if you bring back that forced the city will burn, blood will run in the streets and that's eric adams the mayor of new york city and there is about to be a huge clash over policing in new york city which affects all americans. will that new mayor right there stare down activists, support the nypd, which used to be a part of an actually restore so many of the policies this city utilize for decades to be one of the most peaceful big cities in
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the world and it led to an amazing amount of human flourishing. instead he said no, burn it down if more police are able to do their job. will: we try to be sensitive about how much new york city we cover because it is a national show and america is bigger than new york city, but what starts here does end up in little rock or wherever else across the country and police decisions made in new york impacted the country so when eric adams considered's, for example, hiring carmen best, from the seattle police department chief who quit there in that city over conflicts of the city council, when he considers hiring her it sets a precedent for what could happen across the country and here's carmen on dealing with a social justice. >> i think it's fair, to be honest with you, to acknowledge the concerns those people suggest for advocacy and black lives matter, but at the same time, there has to be as
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mayor elect adams puts forward a comprehensive public safety plan and that plan has to include the strategy in which to bring down the increase in violence that we have seen lately. i think it's an opportunity to put a structure in place that will help reduce the level of climate-- violence in the city. i have full confidence that's where they will be going in new york and really across the nation as agencies come up with strategies. rachel: it looks like she wants the job. pete: sure does a. will: it sure does and we will see. it would be a difficult job, but if that combination or a combination like it was really to restore the city, i think there would be a lot of political benefit for them as well. see how closely they are zoomed in. pete: they are trying to crop out the guy right next to me. rachel: you can't keep him down a. pete: stuart varney, host of varney & company and america
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built. >> good morning. what can i do for you? i drove you around the parking lot. rachel: we are really dumb and we don't understand the supply chain and we were hoping you could explain. >> let me chime in, inflation is president biden's biggest problem and i think it's a self-inflicted wound. he's not done anything about the supply chain. i think you have numbers on the number of ships outside ports in california, 83 as of a friday night and it's 17 days to unload them and the president as an done anything. the vaccine mandate hurts the supply of labor and that's part of what's inflationary. he's cutting the energy supply. when you cut the energy supply and you go into a cold winter, what happens to pricing and inflation? goes straight up. new figures earlier this morning on how much money is being spent and allocated, $3 trillion already approved, three-point-- $3 trillion to come plus 1.85 trillion to build
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back better and trillions printed by the federal reserve. that's a wall of money going into a society, chasing fewer goods and the result is inflation. i think it's going to be bad news next year because there is a crunch, it. rachel: they have to know this will happen i mean even people like larry summers and democrat, head of harvard university warned this would happen. how do they not know who i mean why are they moving forward with this? >> i think deep down they know it, but they can't afford to let the left wing it down and oppose the bill back better because that's basically socialism and of the president hooked into it, he's tied to it and he wants to be fdr or lbj and create a new kind of society. that's what he's going for. that's what he wants his legacy to be. over and above the dangers of inflation. will: damn the torpedoes it causes more inflation then so be it, but they are trying to sell it to us as though spending more will solve inflation at. rachel: that's what jen psaki said.
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will: also kamala harris and joe biden himself. take a look, stuart. >> as i said earlier, we fully appreciate the significance of things costing more. it's a big deal. >> we will ease and i say yes, these lower inflationary pressures on our economy. >> inflation is expected to dig accelerate next year and the bipartisan infrastructure bill he will sign monday and the bill back better bill that we were working to move forward will not add to inflationary pressure. >> and i chime in. rachel: i was going to put the camera on you when jen psaki was talking. >> inflation is expected to be lower, that's what she just said, i don't know anyone on wall street who thinks it will be substantially lower. it certainly won't be back to the two or 3% we knew before covid. it's more likely to be in the five to 6% range where we are now and how you could possibly imagine you throw trillions into an
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economy i need trillions upon upon trillions, that is inflationary anyway you slice it. we have never ever seen anything like this before. pete: one of the reasons your show is so possible is you don't just do wall street, you do politics. there's politics involved as we were talking about earlier. do you think they are making a cynical play? we know it won't affect inflation and it will-- we will get shellacked in the 2022 election, but we will their republicans to take away programs we will leave will not be popular with the american people so we are now battling the child tax credit or universal pre-k, are they cynical enough to say inflation we will deal with that, but that's our political play? >> you are exactly right i think. i think what they want to do is dram through some new social programs, just get it in there because you can ever take away and then after they lose in 2022, they can say look at your republicans. you are going to repeal those wonderful things we have done everyone? doesn't matter about
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inflation or interest rates, people like these programs and they have to stay and you are going to vote against them, it's a cynical play. rachel: how should people prepare for what you see coming? >> if you see it now, buy it because if you wait it will probably be up more and you might not be able to get a hold of it. rachel: i need a new washing machine. >> get it, i mean, can you get a washing machine now? can you get a fridge, a car? will: 's that seems to be the incentive inflation crates into a society it turns you into a material ecstatic spending society and away from spending because your point it will be more expensive tomorrow and we could be flooded with stats also which i think are pretty stark, consumer prices the highest in 31 years. that means more americans go to discount stores. 65% i believe numbers increase in shopping at -- ahead of holidays at discount prices. rachel: walmart and dollar store pete: the dollar store will be
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$1.50 store. >> it already is, actually. will: i want to try to find if not positive somewhat solution based way to end the conversation so the biden administration says we can do anything about the supply chain. they seem to say their spending bill fixes inflation. stuart varney is president of the united states, help fix the supply chain and inflation. >> change the rules at california ports, allow independent contractors and trekkers pick up the cargo and allow trucks more than 10 years old to pick up the goods at the california ports and then kill build back better, kelly, stone dead, don't go anywhere near it. if i was president you wouldn't have it. rachel: stuart varney 2024. [laughter] rachel: you are so right, the government touches the supply chain as so many ports-- points and four secretary pete
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buttigieg and joe biden to pretend they can do anything to help is a lie. pete: the 10 year thing with the trucks, that's about future electric vehicles and fossil fuels and then the independent contractors is all about unions. >> you can't step in on an emergency basis and clear the rules for a few months? you are the president of the united states, the governor of california, you can do that to help the country? pete: state of emergency, they don't do states of emergency. rachel: oh, yeah except for everything. will: eighty-three ships in a holding pattern which sewage-- stuart mentioned earlier 17 days is the average to get unloaded at los angeles and long beach harbor. rachel: i wonder-- and i don't know the answer, i wonder if there is some environmental repercussions for you know these ships sitting there that something could happen. you never know. >> there's a repercussions for all of this because you can't get what you want.
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pete: your fault, you should not be demanding so much. that's what they told us. rachel: you should get comfortable wanting less. that is what happens in communist countries, they normalize a low normal standard of living, they normalize wait times, shortages, and the shelves and that's where we are headed. i have seen things i never thought would happen in america. >> cocktail parties, people used to talk about real estate prices and then it was the rapid rise of wall street and now just look what i pay for my dinner, just look what i pay for my gas, that's what's was going on anecdotally in america. very aware of this problem. president biden is shoving it up. will: p, you mentioned it, it's popular and on foxbusiness 9:00 a.m. every weekday and you can catch also american built both shows hosted by the way mondays at 9:00 p.m. he stood, both shows hosted by the man we just bet a good 10 minutes talking to and you can listen to four hours every day on
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foxbusiness. >> thank you very much. pete: i was in south dakota and west palm beach and the name i heard time and time again was stuart varney. rachel: people love that accent. >> that's it. [laughter] rachel: feels nicer coming out of stuart varney. >> you are kinda. rachel: we are going to turn now virginia police officer is shot and killed in the line of duty on his 29th birthday. police say michael chandler was conducting a welfare check when a suspect upward fire on him. he was found unconscious in a ditch. he was flown to a hospital where unfortunately he died a few hours later. the suspect was arrested and charged. overnight, britain's queen elizabeth springs her back. buckingham palace has not released more details but doesn't say the that queen is canceling her remembrance sunday appearance today as a result. the service was going to
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be her first in person public appearance since spending the night at the hospital last month and going on bed rest. britney spears intends to sue her father. the daily mail reporting spears plans to file conservatorship abuse charges very soon. this after a judge and did her conservatorship after nearly 14 years. britney testifying in june, that her father put cameras in her room and refused to let her remove her iud birth control. that's weird, preventing her from having another child. a high school quarterback in new jersey has taken his life after suffering a heartbreaking loss. alex brown through six touchdowns and ran for two more one day after the death of his mother from breast cancer. brown, a senior, honoring his mom and saying quote thank you for watching over me, mama. beautiful story. tragic. those are your headlines. will: that is an awesome story.
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when you do a four-hour show at times you have an internal clock and then my internal clock is off. at the beginning of the hour i said welcome to the fourth hour. we are in the third hour. do you know why i think my clock is off? we went outside and the 6:00 o'clock hour and we don't normally do that so now i'm thinking it's an hour-- by the way we have an hour and 45 minutes left. in the future if you don't wake up at six, make sure you dvr because we have a new tradition at playing the national anthem. you can send us your patriotic photos friends at foxnews.com. american flag, taking the football field every friday night, cams, rv parks, amazing. rachel: children playing. will: if you are not up dvr it spending accounts reporting that kyle rittenhouse is innocent. >> there's a lot of people out there that want my son to be guilty it's in the hands of the jury.
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see you. what we just showed on the screen was a tweet from people who had tweeted that kyle rittenhouse, for example, is innocent and it's being taken down by big tech. i don't even know what question to ask you anymore i mean name the topic, name the subject from vaccines to now kyle rittenhouse potential innocence. i don't know. only one school of thought is allowed in the public sphere. >> look, in this case it was really wrenching to listen to them mother the and the stress she must be over talking about her son who was on trial for his life claiming self-defense and now imagine a congressman from new york as he did immediately after the initial incident saying this person should be locked up and we should throw away the keys. big tech event stopping anyone from saying he is innocent or expressing that opinion he's innocent from saying that online sensor in their account. then, go funding a fundraising platform shutting down the
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fundraising for his legal defense even as they leave it open to support his alleged assailant and now for a second imagine that the same person were black and imagine what that reaction would be and actually appeared today, i have no doubt it would be different and if you ask me it's wrong either way whether the defendant wore black, white or any other color, it's wrong. i think it reveals the way in which there's this new orthodoxy that's taken control of nearly every major institution in our private sector, one after the other and i think it's something both conservatives, liberals need to wake up to that the biggest threat to liberty in the country today is not just big government. that may have been the case in 1980, it's not today. it's also this merger of big government and the private companies that control public discourse in our private sector especially in the online world and we need to wake up to that reality. will: i want to come back to that, but you know this i think it's fair to say something that will probably get me banned from
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social media but it's an injustice that it even made its way to court. this prosecutor in the first place responding to pressures from social media and political pressures to bring this to trial, so i don't think we cannot order-- underestimate or i don't know if it possible to overestimate the power social media now has not just over our mind and what we are allowed to consume, but what happens in the real world, the justice system. >> absolutely. again, back to one of the topics i talk about, the linkage between action and private companies and the actions of government. what you saw with private companies limiting the bounds of acceptable debate, which affect the politicized view of the topic as to how charged a particular murder trial is or isn't and they made it more charged by effectively censoring views at one end of the political spectrum. what is the prosecutor doing? takes the bait and brings the politicized prosecution i think it's an affront to any american, democrat or republican to have a justice system that brings cases based on
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the politically charged nature of the situation as opposed to the facts and law. will: went to get to this because i invoked her name a bit earlier. you and i have talked in the past about woke inc. in the way some of the initiatives made their way into public and private institutions in this country through what happens in the financial crisis of 2008. i want to show you something and the audience, look at all of the spending bills we put in place since 2020, since the beginning of the pandemic. that's just in 2020 also 2021, trillions adding up to $6 trillion. have to believe some political agenda, for example, de i type initiatives, woke initiatives can be, will be baked into all of that spending, based upon what you told us about what is happened in the past. >> yet, so the way it works is twofold. there is actually direct now being legislatively codified requirements that require companies to bend their knee. fcc is codifying rules as we speak relating to
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the listing of companies on the nasdaq, for example, that have to codify basically certain quotas for their board based on race, gender, sexual orientation and so forth so some as direct legislation, but there's the other issue of crony capitalism, what companies used to tithe it to the government prostrate in front of the government like making campaign contributions and now they do it by virtue a single looming instead by effectively pledging allegiance to this new woke religion to be quietly rewarded in return and i personally believe you can't start a new bank in this country is successfully hit a charter without demonstrating that you sufficiently bend the knee to the new neo- progressive woke orthodoxy. it's behind the scenes and that's what i call the confluence of the deep state and the deep corporate world, a deep corporate bureaucracy of a managerial class populated by the same people that populate the ministry of state that are together working together behind the scenes to crush the liberty and the will of everyday americans. that's what i talk about in the book, but more importantly i think it's
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rachel: america's crime crisis is spiraling out of control. in connecticut thieves are caught on camera stealing more than $1500 worth of goods from a grocery store. in san francisco, i suspect this is seen grabbing piles of clothes from a retailer and in new york city a 62-year old man is in critical condition after he was beaten and stabbed by people near times square. and a police exodus could make it worse as a some nypd officers head to florida. joining us now fox news contributor and former gop congressman and my husband-- husband sean duffy and aishah hasnie along with fox news contributor and outnumbered cohost emily compagno. emily, what do you make of all of the stuff we see and by the way we have seen it for a while. i have seen footage of people going into cvs and stealing, that's been all over the internet now releases the pandemic started since the riots started last summer, two years
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ago. >> that's right and that has contributed in part to the exhaustion of this nation seeing this brazen crime, these horribly violent crimes as well that go unfettered in these largely democratic run at cities. i want to focus on san francisco which is where i'm from and where a lot of these videos are from that you mentioned in the beginning the district attorney there was elected on a criminal justice reform platform. he had never prosecuted a date in his life and he won by nearly 1200 votes. at the time he was verging on the progressive radical, but people gave him a chance and said we do want to invest in criminal justice reform. since he's taken office, there's been an explosion of petty crimes of these violent crimes on the streets. we watched as with impunity a female officer-- it took five men to get a guy off of her after she was attacked. he himself blamed the police for that attack saying if they would do their job than i could do mine.
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the reality is the pendulum swung too far to the left and this is why his recall is now on the ballot in june. they are framing the recall as a conservative push, anti- criminal justice reform, but the reality is it's not what this is. what we see is the complete devolution of any type of semblance of law and order and where the pendulum should be is in the middle and that's where the trend will go. rachel: a good point. sean, what is the impact on the economy and on the small business owners who, i mean, i just fill out bad for them. >> great point. listen when you blow politicians, woke prosecutors you have these kind of brazen activities. you will just walk into a store and put stuff in your bag and walk out to your car and drive away, you are doing it because you are confident you will get away with it. we are talking about san francisco and new york. this isn't happening in wausau, wisconsin and other communities across the country where we still love our police and enforce our laws, so the problem is that you have politicians and
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prosecutors is siding with criminals as opposed to victims and the consequence is that these stores will shut down because they can't do business in the communities. then you have shoppers you can go get milk and eggs and groceries down the block in their neighborhood. they have to travel somewhere else to get the goods they need to survive, so this ripple through the economy. in new york it's a tourist based economy often times, but if you aren't safe to walk in times square because you are going to get clobbered in the head or shot, no one will come to the small businesses, all will sever. support victims and put criminals behind bars. rachel: and then those can't get their prescription drugs because the drug store closed it down. governor desantis has said listen if they are not treating you right as a cop in new york city just come on down to sunny florida and he's even giving them a $5000 bonus to do it. >> honestly i don't blame a lot of the police officers who feel
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like they are getting attacked left and right and look, democrats-- you know crime never plays well for democrats and we saw it earlier this month with the election across the board. we saw progressive ideas and candidates it defeated at the ballot box. we saw in buffalo new york the right in candidate got more votes than the aoc and bernie back progressive candidate in new york city they elected a moderate mayor who did not want to defund the police and in minneapolis we saw voters decide we don't want to disband the police department, so i think that it would suit democrats well to pay attention to what voters are saying at the ballot box because the midterms are coming up fast in this you know a kitchen table topic that's not going away anytime soon a. rachel: it absolutely is. everyone wants to be safe and i can understand the politics around this, but the democrats as shawna said it only helps the criminals appear. >> and i make one quick
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point, new york city is claiming great cops and they are going to florida so florida gets priest-- pre-trained cops. that's smart of the santas. rachel: it sure is. great to see all of you. you can cielo this plus joey jones in addition tonight on the big sunday show at 5:00 p.m. up next, meet inflation is hitting homes across the country, but cutting out beef would be a big mistake. i get the pun. i'm sorry. i just got it. we have the most cost-effective meet for your family. ♪♪
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e-mail address yesterday. the bureau said in a statement, quote the impact of hardware was taken off-line quickly upon the discovery of the issue and we continue to encourage the public to be cautious of unknown senders. and a chinese immigrant is standing up to woke culture sharing a blistering message for her critics on the far left. helen raleigh doing this earlier. >> the woke left profess a lot of immigrants, but the only immigrant who agree with their ideology, i'm not going anywhere. pete: she was great pick she came to the us 25 years ago from us china with just $100 in her pocket and an american dream and those are your headlines. will: inflation hitting a record high and now rising at meat prices are eating up family budgets. rachel: so, what are the most cost-effective meatflation for this holiday season. pete: here to sell us is the pat
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la frieda and the author of a glorious beef. will: pack, so great to have you and by the way i did not know this, a veteran as well, a combat medic. >> yes. pete: tell us about what you do and how can we find the best meet these days? >> i'm a third-generation of a company over 100 years old now and 95% of our business is supplying restaurants, so we tended to deal with the high end prime beef which is about 20% of what america usually produces. right now between shortage and labor, fuel prices being high, i mean, it's really causing this meatflation affect. >> is an unprecedented right now? >> it is. we already see choice which is one grade below starting to level out become more reasonable is the last thing is that meat purveyor that we want is for beef especially to be
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something just for the affluent. rachel: i don't want to live in that country where only the rich people get meet. >> same here and there's a some suggestions that wealthy companies should not eat at meat at all, but plant -based protein only. rachel: and then they get the meet. >> exactly. prices are starting to level out, but as we can see there's a driver shortage, i mean, products have to come from the midwest, i mean, that's where-- america's one of our latest-- last greatest resources, something we need to protect. we had covid and now his labor shortage, it's really hurting the industry. rachel: pat, we have strips, ribeyes, is there anything we can do when we go to the grocery store and select meat to help deal with the inflation? >> i will use poultry as an example. chicken wings are about-- they cost about two thirds more than a boneless skinless chicken breast, so
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really prices are fluctuating on different cuts, but you don't have to buy those cuts. as restaurants reopen all of the center of the plate cuts are really expensive, but there's something great economy cuts especially the flat iron, so this is a new york strip steak. it has a bone in which we call kansas city state, the other is boneless, new york strip and you can get the same flavor profile from a flat iron, which is about 25% of the cost. rachel: that's a good tip. pete: you deal in the private business mean that's the best of the best and as i said earlier all your stuff, local grocery store, phenomenal, but maybe are the prices going up even more in prime and what is the pressure they are? >> with prime usually on average about only 5% of what america produces, that's just the way-- that's just the genetics of a beef, and right now it's a bit lower at three or four, at the other problems and obstacles and it's
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really driving the really great quality meat to be even higher than choice, so much higher than choice so what choices one grade below is still amazing product, but still it's another great tip is that you don't need prime. you can really get away with serving choice at home, cooking it right, securing it like this, like chef brandon did. rachel: may be serving it over a salad so you-- i know he doesn't like that idea. >> i wouldn't go too far on that. [laughter] will: all of these tips and more on how to prepare your meat, pat la frieda glorious me, check it out, it's available right now. janice: i like this, fred flintstone right here, my friend. pete: can she take that home. >> none of this is leaving with me. janice: i'm taking it home. will: thank you so much. rachel: i didn't eat any meat
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because i know i have whether. janice: once i do the weather and eating the rest the meat. let's look across the country. it was across the northeast with reports of hail and damaging wind and even tornadoes and behind that some of the coldest air of the season across the southeast in the deep south where we have freeze advisories in the place. we have our next clipper system moving across the great lakes and the upper midwest and that will push across the interior northeast and product-- parts of the great lakes and into monday and we could even see a few tiny snowflakes along the east coast. definitely measurable snow for the interior and portions of the great lakes as this clipper system moves through in the cold there will be the big story for the eastern part of the country and then the west warms things up especially for the southwest with temperatures in the 80s and parts of california and towards the southwest. i'm so excited to talk to you about this amazing book that everyone needs to buy before christmas. rachel: the perfect christmas
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pete: this is why you always need to be prepared with a fast-moving storm suddenly battering new york and new jersey with heavy hail and wind storm enough to trigger tornado warnings at. rachel: with national disaster striking unexpectedly we will show you the gadgets you need to keep your family and pets essay is safest. will: date number two of our always be prepared series home-improvement and lifestyle expert skip bedell. >> food obviously is important especially. supply chain, we have seen empty shelves, maybe for the first time ever. this is emergency food supply buckets with a 25 year shelf life so you can store these in your home with delicious food, really nutritious, organic, breakfast, dinner buckets. rachel: you said the mac & cheese is good. >> amazing, meet buckets with light protein so what's great about this is delicious food and
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all you have to do is add water. 25 year shelf life at my weick-- my wife and i actually decided to eat it and it's so good. it's not only just for emergencies. it's really good. janice: i would definitely dig in. >> i researched the companies and this is good tasting food so just add water and speaking of adding water you have to be able to cook and heat water especially if there's no fresh running water or electricity so this is an amazing fire pit with the same design with a double wall airflow 360 pulling from the bottom. it allows you with this small unit that you can take anywhere in the car and you can actually cook on this. it needs six twigs, grass and it will burn anything and you can go for a family of four with this a small set up. it's a great kick with-- kit with a bag to carry it in so it folds into itself. rachel: you don't need an emergency, you could go camping. >> camping, just use it in the backyard.
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♪ yeah, it rocks. ♪ it's my life. ♪ don't you forget. pete: there you go, skip adele on fox square, showing what you need to be prepped in case something goes down. what you're doing right now is you're watching "fox & friends " it's the fourth hour. good morning. rachel: good morning. that was a fun segment. skip always has great stuff. pete: just trying 72 hours without electricity. rachel: oh, yeah. pete: it's a real thing and how
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prepared are you, really. will: i'm not a person that prepares. in texas as, just last winter, electricity went out for many people for more than 72 hours. it shows the importance. throughout the morning, you had a truck, when you showed five new trucks that you could drive off the lot that have the ability to plug in. a truck could be be a generator for your house. you could have food, warmth, water, everything available. it's not unheard of, in fact, maybe not unlikely. you need to be prepared a. pete: so we begin with a live look at capitol hill though now as president biden prepares to sign his trillion dollar infrastructure bill tom. rachel: this as we learn senate majority leader chuck schumer is pumping the brakes on biden's nearly $2 trillion social spending bill. pete: alexandra huff joins us with more. >> reporter: a signing celebration could include democrats and some republicans
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joining the president on the south lawn tomorrow. president biden doesn't have time to linger on infrastructure. fox news has learned that senate majority leader chuck schumer will announce a delay for the senate to consider the larger social spending bill. house democrats are hoping to give the bill another go, perhaps later in the week but all of that he depends on the congressional budget office delivering a score on the economic impact. unlike the infrastructure bill, biden's build back better spending plan will not be able to rely on republican support. >> when you dump trillions of dollars into the economy, what do you think is going to happen? that's not the bbb, it's the bbb bs plan that they've got coming for us. >> reporter: some strong words there. on top of that, at least five republican senators say they will withhold support from any spending bill to fund the government that doesn't include funds to address security issues at the border. they plan to sell a letter to fellow senators, writing the failure to provide sufficient resources is the continuation of the inability and unwillingness
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to acknowledge the humanitarian and security risks created by open border policies. it also calls out democrats who left the border will funding out of the bills. .rachel: that is breaking news. pete: we have hot off the presses, a poll of americans. first question was do you approve or disapprove of the way biden is -- first is how is biden doing as president? look at that disapproval rating, 53% disapprove at this point, just 10 months in his time in the white house. not a good number, 41 approval rating for joe biden. how does it pertain to the economy specifically, do you approve or disapprove of the way joe biden is handling the economy? 55% negative, just 39% have a positive view. i'm surprised the number is that
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high. rachel: i was going to say that. i'm surprised it's that high. we just did a segment on meat prices and, you know, inflation is hitting everybody and i tell you, i think those numbers are going to drop as we start to see people paying higher already in heating costs, they're only going to get higher and higher and many of those states by the way are swing states, so the upper midwest, ohio, wisconsin, even michigan, when this winter really hits hard and they're paying 30, 40, 50% more in heating bills, watch those numbers drop even further. will: the take a look at this one, this asks do you support or propose the federal government spending $1 trillion on roads, bridges and other infrastructure, remember how that question was asked, you see 63% opposed, 32%, of course look at how the question is asked. will: that's shorthand of how it was asked when you look at it with more detail. it says do you support or oppose
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the federal government spending $1 trillion on roads, bridges and other infrastructure. the problem is most of that bill is the the other you human infrastructure. you phrase it as roads or bridges, people like roads or bridges. rachel: it is 5 or 10% that is spent on roads an bridges, the other is on what democrats call human infrastructure, which is socialist spending, down payment on the green new deal and that sort of thing. pete: and one more, how concerned are you about biden doing too much to increase the size and role of government in society? rachel: look at those numbers. 59 -- pete: very concerned, 39. rachel: i'm seeing something on screen. pete: 39 is very concerned. if you add them together with concerned, it's 59%. rachel: that's the figure i was seeing. so very concerned 59%. not very concerned, 38%. pete: that's that same 38%, might be the hard core democrat base that's not going to say anything otherwise. if they were -- when he was
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sworn in, if they were to look forward to this date, november 14th, you wouldn't want numbers like that. and you would wonder what went wrong, what changed, what happened and then you would look back at decisionses that you made, turns out all of it is a product of a decision that this administration made whether it was on the economy, whether it was on covid, whether it was on the southern border, whether it was on crime, all of -- whether it's on inflation, afghanistan, add all of those things together, there's no more pointing at donald trump. this is the joe biden that he's created. rachel: under donald trump we had the strongest economy we ever had on record, just prior to the pandemic, and my question is whether you think they're looking at these numberses at the white house and they're worried or if as we had stuart varney on earlier, they just want to move forward with their socialist agenda that's more important to them and they'll just let the chips fall where they will and get people addicted to government and hope it works out in the end. will: i think they're worried
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about these numbers. i think they're going to push forward regardless of these numbers. i think that the silver lining for them will be they will lose he'll earningses but to the -- elections, but to point you made earlier, they'll pay the price to put programs into place the public will have a hard time getting rid of. if you're concerned about the economy and the size of the federal government, you have seen an explosion in spending and you will see the size and the priorities of the federal government baked inside of what we added up earlier was something like $6 trillion in government spending added in one year's time. rachel: i have to go back to that last segment we did with the meat because it strikes me. these are kitchen table issues that i think are hurting the administration and responsible for a lot of the polling numbers are the guy who was running -- pat lafrida was talking about that this may be deliberate,
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right, they have this agenda that we shouldn't eat meat because meat hurts the environment and their ideological you view and so we should all move to plant based but the rich, the elites who have gotten rich over the course of the last few years, even richer, and income inequality has got pen worse, that those people will probably eat some meat and the rest of us won't. i want to remind people, this is what happened in cuba. in cuba, the elites ate well. fidel castro would have meat flown in from spain, specialty meats and they ate well and lived welt. the elites did. and the rest suffered. this is the path we're on. we're seeing things that i think we never thought we see, that was only for cuba and other countries like that, empty shelves, supply chain problems, can't get your p inventory, rising prices, inflation getting out of control, this is what socialism brings and this is why as we move to our next topic which is the border, this is
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exactly why the biden administration, their only concern about the border is making sure mexico doesn't let venezuelans in. pete: the other concern, before we get to the border, on infrastructure, they know because so much of it is human infrastructure, not roads and bridges, most people won't see any actual impact in their lives from that infrastructure bill and so if you're running in 2022, there's not much benefit politically from that. they want the headlines of the so-called build back better bill. they need to get their clutches in. they know they're going to lose in '22. how bad have republicans been at removing programs once they've been purchase put in place. rachel: they can't do it -- been put in place. rachel: they can't do it. pete: they're going to darrens to try to stop it and then it's the republicans hate kids who don't get universal pre-k. will: grandma. pete: that is their electoral
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strategy. a lot of it hinges on manchin and sinema holding strong. rachel: if you were serious about infrastructure you would change and reform the permitting to make the roads and bridges and so forth and democrats said no we're not going to he reform per t mitting. -- permitting. i don't think you're going to see -- even that small percentage, you're not going to see that. pete: now to the topic that rachel alluded to, the border where the rio grande valley border patrol agents have reported encounters of nearly 2,000 migrants in 24 hours. with hundreds getting away, getting past agents, this is while joe biden demand mexico deter venezuelan migrants, 10,000 strong, migrant caravan could leave for the united states this week. you saw it on your screenhere, 1,909 encounters in one day's time with 262 got-aways. pete: do you remember the amount of outyou any we had over bidenville, the overpass and
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they kept telling us people would be deported, and then over times as information came out we learned that the overwhelming majority of not just families and children, but also men were flown across the country into local communities. that's 2,000 in 24 hours. that's not as high profile as the other instance was. where will those 2,000 go? probably a community near you. you can't count on this administration. they're flown in the middle of the night across the country. i love what ron de santis is saying, we should fly them to delaware if you're going to fly them to florida. i don't know if he has the power. it is unaccountable. the bureaucrats, they're deciding where the illegals go and we have no say. rachel: it's so interesting. you call the haitian encampment bidenville. what if they were venezuelans, i think that would have been cleared really quickly if it had
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been venezuelans. i think the lack of transparency we have, the biden administration tried to get rid of the drones that were flying over, they didn't want fox news reporting on what we saw and then finally we were able to get those drones and those images brought by bill melugin. ron de santis talking about he's not informed that the flights are coming, they're coming in the middle of the night. they can't get a list of who is on the flights, what are their criminal records, have they been vaccinated. this lack of transparency should tell you everything you need to know. pete: there's the macro issues. there's the micro issues, just imagine if a terrorist got through and a terror attack was executed on this country, we would say how did he or she get there. imagine if a serial killer got through and we had a serial killer we were tracking. and imagine if a murderer got
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through. we had representative kat cammack on and she talked about many people coming across are criminals, are murderers, we talked about it on the program, committed murders on american soil after coming over illegally. so just think about this. importing people who will kill other people, will kill americans, of course that's not to impugn every person who seeks humanitarian aid or revenue gee -- refugee status. when you look at the number of got-aways, we're talking about trillions today, a number like that looks small, when you look at it in human terms, who are the 262. why didn't they want to be detected? >> that's right. they're dangerous. they don't want to turn themselves into border be patrol and get action access to the country. >> there could be more that --
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who knows. pete: thanks for being with us. we've got about 46 minutes left of the program. it's going to be a good one. by the way, the event of the year is just days away as well. fox nation's patriot awards are this wednesday, november 17th. at at the hard rock live theater in hollywood, florida. get your tickets before they sell out. that's the you award made by teenager who has an amazing american flag wood shop company and he created the award. rachel: silver tickets give you preshow party access, you walk the red carpet and you can take photos and we'll have book signings and whiskey tasting with john rich which will is going to be part of. will: i just said that yesterday. rachel: you volunteered. will: i'm not officially a part of that. rachel: i thought you were, based on how you talked about it. will: i predicted my own unofficial behavior. rachel: that makes sense. .will: tickets are on sale now
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at foxnation.com/patriotawards. .pete: it will be an awesome event. we shouldn't call it the red carpet. we should call it the red, white and blue car. carpet.rachel: i like that. i think you know someone. up next, climate cop-out, john kerry boasts about a deal that almost did not happen. world leaders buckling to the demands of china and india. pete: first, dan bongino holds new york city's blm accountable after he threatened bloodshed. leo terrel reacts to the exchange, next. >> that's just cowardly, man. >> no, you're a coward. >> i'm a coward? >> god bless you man. god bless you. as a dj, i know all about customization. that's why i love liberty mutual. they customize my car insurance, so i only pay for what i need. how about a throwback? ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪
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rachel: black lives matter leader making his message clear after threatening violence and even bloodshed if new york city's mayor-elect brings back anti-crime police policies. our next guest is outraged and says democrats' silence on this is deafening. fox news contributor, leo terrel joins us now. great to have you. what do you make of this guy? he says, listen, this is justified, there's a reason to do this and he wasn't afraid to say he's going to let blood spill on the streets if the mayor-elect brings back these poll of sis. >> i couldn't sleep all night. kudos to dan bongino. who is hank newsom. he's represents the democratic party. that's a joe biden voter. i'm going to be very clear, black lives matter new york doesn't represent black people, it certainly doesn't represent me and for this guy to go on a national tv program and refuse
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to condemn violence, these people live on chaos and fear. his organization, if he is so powerful, run for office. i'm begging eric adams right now, implement this anti-gang unit because newsom has no power, no clout and i find it insulting for an organized group, how many people are they, to threaten the government that if you don't do what we want we're going to burn you down. this is a person who supports riots. it's offensive. he does not represent black people. i want to make sure this is clear. be very curious to see how many people are in this so-called black lives matter organization, rachel. it's very insulting. rachel: i couldn't agree more. you're a former teacher. i want to know what you think about this. some parents that are opposed to vaccine mandates in florida, they've put out a memorial of some sort, they put hundreds of
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shoes and handwritten notes outside of the school district to represent the kids that will not be attending school now or i think it's in front of a school because of these mandates. look at this. children who will not go to school and by the way, left and right, there are parents on the left and the right who of don't want their children to take the vaccine for many reasons including the fact there haven't been long-term studies on this. >> i'm a former school teacher. i live in the worst state in the country, california, with the worst governor who has been missing in action. the problem is simply this many you impose mandates on these parents' children and you take away their rights to provide individual medical treatment. parents are in the best position to know if their child needs a vaccine. this school district needs to call dr. nicole saphier and let her tell them that parents should make that individual choice. it's a slippery slope, rachel. they're taking control.
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there's one school district in california that said we're not going to implement this. parents are losing control in california. we're taking a page from virginia and that particular school district, they're recalling the school board members. rachel: that's what happened. by the way, we found out that the cdc hasn't done any studies on natural immunity. i mean, where did all this money go that we gave to the cdc because of the pandemic when they're not saying the most basic things, natural immunity which many of these kids probably had covid. >> they don't want to mention natural immunity. i'll tell you why. the democrats want power and control. they want the pandemic to last forever. they're controlling our lives. and that's why i applaud these parents and i applaud the individuals who are fighting against these types of mandates. thank goodness for the fifth circuit that prohibited joe biden's crazy mandates to be applied to private companies. rachel: well, leo, we always appreciate your thoughts on things. you always bring it with a great
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spirit. so thanks, leo. >> make sure will and pete treat you very nice. if not, i'm coming to the patriot award and make sure i serve them with a lawsuit. pete and will. rachel: thank you, leo. pete: thanks, leo. rachel: pete said bring it. i've got leo on my side. i'm ready to face the world. thank you, leo. up next, world leaders cave to the demands of china and india during the climate change summit. steve and peter doocy react after the break. ♪ you ain't seen nothing yet. ♪ here's something that you're never going to forget. rs market. when they got a chip. they drove to safelite for a same-day repair. and with their insurance, it was no cost to them. >> woman: really? >> tech: that's service the way you need it. >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪ before discovering nexium 24hr to treat her frequent heartburn... claire could only imagine enjoying chocolate cake. now, she can have her cake and eat it too. nexium 24hr stops acid
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>> we had a choice between whether or not we leave glasgow with all these other things we accomplished and whether or not we have a world that still says that we've got to phase it down. i'll take phase it down and fight next year as we go into,
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you know, on through the next year to get where we need to go. rachel: john kerry touting a new climate deal that only happened after world leaders caved to india and of course china over regulations on. pete: this is as joe biden is set to hold a virtual summit with chinese president xi jinping tomorrow. will: steve and peter doocy, the doocy duo join us now on "fox & friends weekend." steve, i've got to start with our elder statesman over peter. first of all, thanks for being here. >> you bet. listen. >> what do you make of all this? >> this is the first time i've shaved on a sunday in i think a couple of years. nice and smooth. >> looking good. >> thank you. regarding what happened with this environmental summit, you know that this is another letdown for the people who voted for joe biden because they wanted -- they wanted to clamp down on all the carbon and stuff
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like that and for john kerry to cave and instead of phase out, it's phase down, they're going to be steamed. more buyer's remorse for the people who voted for joe biden thinking he would change things. rachel: you asked a question to joe biden about china. we're going to play that right now. >> you have spoken many times about how you spent perhaps more time with president xi than any other world leader. so is there going to become a time where you might call him, old friend to old friend and ask him to open up china to the world health organization investigators who are trying to get to the bottom of covid-19? >> let's get something straight. we know each other well. we're not old friends. it's pure business. rachel: so peter, he used to brag about being good friends with xi and now he says we're not really that close. >> he did. they're going to have a zoom like this or similar to this at
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8:00 p.m. local where they're going to try to talk about managing the competition between the u.s. and china. there is not as much talk lately about trying to pressure china, though, for anything. it is really just managing the competition between the two and white house folks are very, very careful not to refer to china as an opponent or as an add veer r- adversary. they save that for the rushes r. china doesn't cooperate with global warming which is something the be president has every cabinet agency addressing, even the department of education and defense department and the treasury. it is more just about making sure that we can operate in parallel to what china is doing, at least so far. >> we have brand-new polls out from the washington post and abc
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which i know you know about, because you got up this morning and stoked the virtual fire behind you. peter, we've got to work on your background. your daddies winning right now -- dad is winning right now. >> i have to move it so i sit a little bit. >> put it back on steve for a minute. >> and a "fox & friends" mug. >> oh, there you go. >> i had to move it. the background was all messed up. >> i had to figure out what steve's background real or virtual. >> it's virtual. >> let me ask you about the poll. i imagine peter has a television screen. he can do that in the few you churr as well. here's the poll. has joe biden accomplished a great deal, a good amount, not much, not much, little or nothing? 63% say not much, little or nothing. the polls aren't very favorable right now 10 months into the presidency, steve. >> well, absolutely not. and you know, you go back a year
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ago to the election and joe biden won because it was -- you know his base was infuriated with donald trump and it was like just get rid of donald trump. fast forward, coming up on a year since the election and it's like okay, we gave you 10 months. this is the best you can do? to my earlier point regarding climate change, more buyer's remorse. it's like i thought he was going to be better than the last guy but the last guy actually got a lot of stuff done. >> real quick, how atune is the white house to the polls? how concerned are they? you're right there. >> they claim they don't follow the polls of but at the same time this president likes to defend his plan by saying well, this is what 81 million people voted for last year. but 81 million people according of to that poll, a majority of them don't think that they've gotten what they thought -- what they were sold last year.
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>> very interesting. rachel: a very good point. >> whether you had an option or not, you grew up in people's televisions, seeing your traditions of the doocy household. people grew up with you and a lot of those traditions are now in rachel's awesome new book, rachel and sean, an all american christmas. peter, what's something we might learn in there? >> you are going to learn about just how -- there's a famous montage at this point that "fox & friends" has run many times of myself and my sisters, mary and sally, running down the stairs to get to the christmas tree on christmas morning. you want to talk about managing a competition, that is the most competitive and here you can see one christmas that i had to work and my parents came to near my hotel in washington, d.c. but it started right there. and you will learn how over the years how truly competitive it
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was. rachel: it gets more aggressive as the years go on. the race down gets more aggressive. i love that. >> because the bigger that you got, the stairs don't get any bigger. [laughter] rachel: good point. good point. steve, i love all the traditions that you be put into your family and how he meticulous you and your wife have been about maintaining them and keeping the sense of joy and wonder and awe around christmas. you say in your family you are not allowed to give a gift that is not hand wrapped, there's no gift bags allowed and you have to do a handwritten card. i think that teaches a lot. why do you want to keep that tradition going all these years. >> well, you know, i think early on in my life i realized that when i was getting my card from grandma it was just signed love, grandma. and one year she actually wrote kind of a note and its was -- i learned so much about what she was -- she said things she had
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never said before and i was like that is something that hallmark cannot really get right because they don't speak completely for grandma and so we have this rule when there's a big birthday, in october i had a big birthday so he peter worked on a poem for me for about a month and it was great and it rhymed and a some of them were tortured rhymes but they were fantastic and they were hilarious and it gets you right there so it's like you can't put it in a gift bag and you've got to write a note and i've got every note from 30 years of the kids, right over there in that box. will: i do the same thing. i have a hard time getting rid of notes from my kids. i wonder, what aim going to do with them, steve? i don't know what -- i ask myself should i keep them forever and what do i do with them. >> there will be a day you read them, i bet. rachel: you can hear about
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these traditions in the book, except for will and pete's. [laughter] rachel: but it's a great book. honestly, you can curl can up, you can read it by the fire, you learn so much about the people that work here at the network and if you know somebody that loves fox news and there's millions of people out there, we know that from our ratings, buy them the book. it's the easiest way to get a gift there's no supply chain issues. you can order it on amazon, your book stores, foxnewsbooks.com, it makes a great christmas gift. >> love it. steve, peter, grace us with your presence any time. rachel: any time. we love having you, even with fake fire chases. >> there's something going on in the background. [laughter] >> thanks roku. rachel: all right. >> don't go anywhere. maria bartiromo is coming up next on "fox & friends."
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labor force participation is quite depressed relative to pre-pandemic levels. when we really get control of the pandemic, i think labor supply will go back to normal. pete: lots of excuse, not a lot of solutions. this is a brand-new poll revealing 55% disapprove of joe biden's handling of the economy, up from 49% in september. sunday morning futures anchor maria bartiromo is here to react. voters aren't buying it, that they have any solutions on what's going on in the economy, maria. maria: good morning to you, pete. you're absolutely right. people are seeing right through all of these excuses. i'm hearing more and more people really surprised at janet yellen that she is so quickly and so easily rolled over with all of these talking points and went with it. look, we've been saying for a lot of months now that the participation rate is very troubling and what that indicates is that we may very well be seeing a structural
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change, a fundamental change to our workforce. look at the number of people that have actually dropped out of the workforce based on the last report that she is referring to. 4.4 million people have dropped out of the workforce. they don't want to go back to work. why? they're expecting free checks. they're getting free money. they don't want to go back because they understand that they could probably make more with a couple of gigs on the side and they are fine with that. that is a fundamental change to what we've been seeing. another major change that we're all beginning to accept as a regular day occurrence is this massive inflation. you're talking about the consumer price index which was reported on friday, consumer prices up 11.9% on an annualized basis. if you look at that monthly number in october of 9/10 of a percent increase. we are headed towards the most expensive thanksgiving that we've seen in a long time and this goes back to bad policy. pete: for sure. well, you've got your program
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coming on, not bad policy, it's good tv. in about 16 minutes. who do you have this morning. maria: we'll talk to senator ted cruz, he'll give us the latest on where the massive reconciliation plan stands. would you think democrats would look at what happened in new jersey, that they won ever so slightly and they lost virginia, that that would be a wake-up call but, no, it is not. had they are pushing through their plans and the crazies are saying maybe we weren't crazy enough. we'll talk to ted cruz about. that kash patel, was chief ott staff at the pentagon, we're going to get into john durham's probe with him and congressman doug collins. he was the ranking member on the judiciary committee. he is going to bring us his notes. of course, there is congressman jim jordan who will give us the repercussions for those 13 republicans who decided, yeah, i think i'll go along with the democrats and vote for infrastructure while the democrats' policies are on the ropes, opening this whole gateway to much higher taxes for
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the rest of us. we'll get into it. we've got breaking news about seven minutes' time. pete: looking forward to it. thank you so much. up next, the best nfl games of the week are on fox. a preview of week 10 with my friend, fox nfl kickoff carissa thompson, next. ♪ it's my 4:05 the-show-must-go-on migraine medicine. it's ubrelvy. for anytime, anywhere migraine strikes, without worrying if it's too late, or where i am. one dose can quickly stop my migraine in its tracks within two hours. unlike older medicines, ubrelvy is a pill that directly blocks cgrp protein, believed to be a cause of migraine. do not take with strong cyp3a4 inhibitors. most common side effects were nausea and tiredness. ask about ubrelvy. the anytime, anywhere migraine medicine. i'll shoot you an estimate as soon as i get back to the office. hey, i can help you do that right now. high thryv! thryv?
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rachel: we're back with a look at headlines. jury selection in the sex trafficking trial of. >> i lane maxwell is set to begin tomorrow. maxwell has been held in a new york city detention center since her arrest a last year, speaking out, maxwell called her conditions inhumane, saying she regularly sees rats in her cell. max well pleaded not guilty. majority of americans believe parents should have at least some say in their children's education. you think? a new washington post abc news poll finding 81% of respondents saying parents should have a lot or some influence in their children's curriculum. this just after a stunning upset in the race for virginia's governor, republican glenn
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youngkin defeating democrat terry mcauliffe by championing parents' rights to be part of their kids' education. will? will: all right. thanks, rachel. it's week 10 of the nfl season and fox has a full slate of matchups you don't want to miss. here to discuss, fox host charissa thompson. >> it's my favorite part of the day. it's all downhill after this. will: you have a long day ahead of you but a fun day ahead of you. so i'm counting on a bounceback. ugly week for the cowboys last week. 1:00 against the falcons. am i going to be happy? >> you're welcomeing in a falcons team that's on a roll and matt ryan is playing some great football. a big letdown last week for the cowboys, exposed a little bit but i believe they'll bounce back. they're at home. look, there's no need to panic. i still trust in your cowboys but the falcons are playing
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great football right now. matt ryan especially. the falcons have won three of the last four games, on a roll. i'm going to put my money on your cowboys by 7. will: i agree. the falcons are better than most people think. but i'm flushing last week's game. i'm forgetting it. >> that's okay. it's not a long season. will: not exposed. just flush that one. this one could -- this one could get ugly, tampa bay buccaneers, washington football team at 1:00. >> the buccaneers coming off a buy. before that they lost to the saints. what happens when brady gets a week off? he is facing a washington squad that has the worst pass defense in the league. i'm taking the bucs by 10 because i think brady goes off. he still has no ab. but not going to be a problem. this could get ugly quick. will: i like that. this game is not on fox, it's a night game, the chiefs against
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♪♪ pete: good morning. it's national pickle day. will: we have pickles from swift -- slick willie's bills. maria: the pickle guy. pete: the pickle guy on the lower east side, thank you for sending these pickles. janice: someone will be eating pickles in a moment. pete: i went to give a shout out to my next-door-- next-door neighbor. willie's bills, two things the best pickle ever, delicious. my man right down the street. he also gives to charity. he's given $3000 to local food banks. janice: i'm going to give this to him. pete: you can find his pickles. you have to order locally.
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if you are willing to wait a bit, slick willie's bills, you will love them. maria: are you ready? will: this is what we are doing? pete: my son, boone, loves pickles. maria: i do to. janice: how many pickles can you eat until the end of the show? who's going to win? who says rachel? who says pete? who says it will? pete: give us the on your mark get set go. janice: on your mark, get set, go. pete hegseth is downing those pickles like no one's business. will is saying no more, don't show him on camera and rachel not bad out of the gate. i'm proud of you, rachel. you are not going to have anymore babies are you because women love pickles. that is not a fox news alert. pete, i think it might be pete. how many cracks i don't know.
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who won this? did anyone keep track? [cheers and applause] janice: national pickle day. there you go, my friend. how are you feeling? pete: i feel great. [cheers and applause] janice: happy national pickle day. maria: good sunday morning and thank you for joining us. i'm a maria bartiromo and welcome to "sunday morning futures". today, america hurting, the most expensive thanksgiving in decades and it's now upon us. inflation hotter than at any time in 30 years yet joe biden is doubling down on more spending while playing dumb to how we got here. >> did you ever think you would pay this much for a gallon of gas? >> our view is the rising gas prices over the long-term makes it an even stronger

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