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i don't need to watch the movie to know that i hate that. >> that is so open-minded of you. that is why we want to on prime time. okay, cat tim's everybody. don't forget, fox nation's third annual patriot awards is just moments away. and tucker is up next. ♪ ♪ [applause] >> tucker: you are here! the patriot awards. you can stream the whole thing right after the show on we recommend it. good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." there's a difference between lien and propaganda, it's worth knowing what it is. all propaganda is lying, but not
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a lion's propaganda. what is the difference between the two? think about the moments in your own life when you have lied. most of the time you do it because you've done something that you are ashamed of and you are hoping nobody will find out. when you are caught, usually the truth. so someone says to you, you are a drunk. you say, no i'm not come i've only had three beers. but actually you at eight beers. you are line, that is what line is. propaganda is different from that. it is not a shading of the truth, propaganda is a complete inversion of the truth. you are drunk, somebody tells you. no i'm not, you replied, you are the one who's drunk. you've had eight beers. i'm disgusted by your drunkenness. that's what propaganda looks like. it's the mirror image of reality, the exact opposite of the truth and it is always delivered with ferocious aggression. propaganda tends to but why don't people, confuse them. what is this, do you think? but for that very reason, because it's so ridiculous,
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propaganda tends to be effective. something about the human brain reaches that conclusion and it always has. that is why propaganda has always been a sponsor of society peer january 6 was an armed insurrection, they screamed. russia is the real threat. the 2020 election was perfectly fair. it's all true. we can give you complex examples of this in action and he would recognize every one of them, but here's one from today's headlines. kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. you are hearing that claim constantly from media figures and politicians as a factual matter in case anybody cares, that is a lie. there is no evidence whatsoever that kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist, whatever that term is supposed to mean. there's no racial angle at all to this story. of the four people directly involved in the kyle rittenhouse shootings, all four of them were white.
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you might not like kyle rittenhouse, but if you are an honest person you would have to concede that racism had nothing to do with what he did, how could it? why would a white supremacist shoot white people? it doesn't even make sense. that is not slowed them down. here is joe biden just two days after the shootings in kenosha. >> he is part of the youth police group. he was holding a long gone come out and about, nobody was stained him. what are your concerns about his -- white militia peoples during this trouble? >> i'm very concerned about it. what got me involved in this race i hadn't is what happened in charlottesville. the same appeal he is a bullhor.
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i don't know anything about him, all i know is that there's some reporting about a connection to militia in illinois. >> tucker: so you really you should save that tape it's a textbook example of what's going on and what they knew. notice the framing of the conversation. the propaganda from nbc news does not call him a white supremacist, you can't do that. the sureties just happened hours before paired the facts are to be fresh. there is no advantage that kyle rittenhouse had ugly racial views. everyone paid at the tension of the time knew that very well. instead of making a claim directly, the liar from nbc news stealthily broadens the question. "are you concerned about others who were white militia people?" wait a second, what other white militia people? what are you talking about exactly? she never tells us what she's talking about, that's not the point. she has given her candidate,
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joe biden, the opportunity to take it from there. that is the point of the set up. biden goes on to invoke protests in charlottesville, virginia, from years before which have nothing to do with anything that happened in kenosha, wisconsin, in the summer of 2020. but they didn't need to be to connected, the point was obvious. everybody watching understood the point. the point was kyle rittenhouse is a dangerous racist. and anyone who would defend kyle rittenhouse is probably a dangerous racist too. you see how that works? it works by indirection and stealth and dishonesty. of course you see it, because you see it every day. it never ended. they're still playing the same thing now. and because they never stopped repeating that lie, they assume it must be true. many people think that, why wouldn't they? so why have they been doing this for 15 months? now it's obvious. if kyle rittenhouse wasn't actually what he was, which is a 17 lifeguard who came to kenosha to clean antifa graffiti, he was
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a member of a white supremacist militia and the child looks very, very different. it's no longer about the principle of self-defense, edits -- no, it's about something bigger than that. it means this charles about whether black people can continue to live in the united states without being in fear of being murdered by white supremacy militiamen like kyle rittenhouse. by the way, after much repetition, many americans believe that is exactly what the trial is about. and they believe it because they keep hearing it on msnbc. >> there's only so many acceptable things that awaits white ashe is willing to -- your believe that they are going to be defended with all their culture has beheaded because they have to make sure that the message is said that white men will continue to control the system and the rest of us should
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be living in fear. >> if kyle rittenhouse is acquitted, the rest of us should be living in fear. why would we be living in fear? because he might go on to shoot other convicted child -- that is the threat? how afraid should we be of that. that claim doesn't even make sense. but it doesn't need to. the rest of us should be living in fear. imagine hearing that on live television from someone you are supposed to trust. that would scare you. yes, it would. of course, that's the point of saying it. but there's another point too, and that point is to subvert our just is. it's based on the principle of equality, the principle that all of us are equal under the law no matter what we look like, no matter where we came from. that is called equality. until very recently our leaders were proud to offer it. equity is something very, very different. in fact, it's the opposite of
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equality. you are not interested in the evidence, you are interested in who's actually guilty guilty or innocent before the law. what you care about instead is the appearance of the defendants. according to the principles of equity, how you were born determines whether or not you are guilty. that is equity. and it's not a fringe theory anymore. according to joe biden himself, it's the organizing principle of this white house. he said so the day he was inaugurated. but in order to replace equality in our justice system and every other institution with equity, that means you have to tear down the system we currently have and have used for the last 250 years. how do you do it? in the justice system is no faster way to tear it down then by calling judges racist, which is exactly what they are doing now. >> we have made a series of decisions, each one perhaps may
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be individually defensible, but in totality, leads to the aggression of a biased, racist judge with a trump rally cell phone that is trying to give rittenhouse a walk. to speak of the racist judge. that is a very heavy thing to say. so the question is, is the judge actually racist? the answer, as you know, is no, there's no evidence of that at all. he's not stupid, he knows what the facts are, he just doesn't care what the facts are. whatever it takes. so this way of looking at the world intentionally denying reality for the sake of a desired outcome is often called postmodernism. that's not quite right. in fact, this is premodern. this is an instant older than civilization itself. a challenge to civilization itself. this is the kind of thing that leads to tribalism. the belief that my team is
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always right and your team is barely human. tribalism has been around for as long as people have been around, it's never gone away. a lurks beneath the surface of societies. one of the main goals of any civilization is to suppress tribalism so we can live together without killing one another. so you should be concerned when it reemerges in public, and boy has it. watch this. >> it reminded a lot of people of something, something -- oh, the brett kavanaugh hearings. it was brett kavanaugh who had been accused of committing sexual abuse. cried his way through the hearings to make him a permanent member and associate justice of the united states supreme court. and his tears turned out to be more powerful than the tears of christine ford which where the tears of the alleged victim.
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but in america, there is a thing about white vigilantism and white tears particularly male white tears. >> tucker: that is a currently employed msnbc anchor and harvard graduate, not an employee of a radio world went up. she's telling us what she thinks an ape tiktok video. she mocks the very idea. they don't have human emotions because they're not really human. you don't have to care about them, they don't qualify for your compassion. you can laugh as they weep and feel good about it. you often hear the word "dehumanized." what does that mean? that's what it looks like. what happens before something really important breaks. we've been thinking about this topic recently, happy to have them on the show now, jason. i'm starting to worry not about the outcome of this trial, but leaving those aside, the effect of this trial on the country
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seems almost certain no matter what the verdict to divide the country even more and make people hate each other even more and it seems like that's the intent of the people for a minute the way they are. >> there's no question about it, tucker. regardless of whatever verdict comes out of this trial, i think the mob has won. and mob rule has won. just the fact that we even have this trial. any rational, sane prosecutor, district attorney would've looked at this, looked at all the evidence and said there's no case here. this young man acted in self-defense. we wish he had stayed at home, we wish he hadn't carried a gun, but he acted in self-defense. the mob forced this trial and now the mob has taken the jury hostage, i believe mentally. there is so much fear in kenosha that we are going to have the rioting, looting, violence, and the arts and we just saw a year ago that is going to repeat
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itself. and as i said a week ago, this is a failure of leadership across the board. if the prosecutors had done the right thing, you wouldn't have these 12 jurors in the crosshairs sitting in kenosha in fear, paralyzed, unable to reach a conclusion in this case. and again, speculation on my part. to me, it's because of the fear. do they want to trade the life that they used to have in order to do the right thing for kyle rittenhouse and let him go? that's going to take an incredible amount of courage that right now -- they came to get there to that level of courage. and it is because of the incredible lack of leadership that starts with president joe biden and just filters its way all the way down through the rest of our political system and lawmakers and decision-makers, elected
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officials. we are being overrun by cowards. >> tucker: frequently you say things that i haven't thought of and challenge my view. and with 24 hours i found myself nodding in sound agreement. i agree with you completely. i've got to ask you, if you are in the media and have access to some sort of mass media, particularly television, don't you think -- i'm not calling for censorship, i never would, but don't you think you've some moral obligation not to make people more afraid than they need to be? >> listen, we are looking at big attack -- if anybody says anything about the vaccine, it's labeled as misinformation has the most dangerous thing in the world and all we've -- we've got to stop it. you can go on tv and say anything about race and racism and white people and that's all good. the information doesn't have to be sound. i've spent part of today just
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reminding myself of what does country used to be and the kind of leadership that it took for us to get here. when i look at joe biden in comparison to dwight eisenhower, this remind me of 1957 arkansas, little rock, arkansas, dwight eisenhower went on national tv and showed some real leadership. to protect those kids. this needs to happen for these jury members. they need to know that from the president on down, america has their back. they can make whatever decision they want. they will be protected. we will not let this mob of around them and their life. >> tucker: that is such a smart point. jason whitlock, thank you. great to see you tonight. >> thank you, tucker. >> tucker: during the closing arguments in the rittenhouse case, which was fascinating,
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prosecutors argued that rittenhouse did not have the right to defend himself when threatened with death. a violent chased him down and he said he wanted to kill kyle rittenhouse, so we set out loude should've allowed him to beat him. watch this. >> everybody takes a beating sometimes, right? sometimes you get in a scuffle and you do get hurt a little bit. that doesn't mean you get to start plugging people with your full metal jacket a are 15 round. and no, bullets are not bullets. >> tucker: really that's the point of the child. we wanted to hear what jason kelly had to say about that. we are happy to have him join us. jesse, you watched that. you don't have the right to protect your own life? >> that's the take away they will get away from it because it's their entire world view. it's hard for americans to accept, it's hard for me to accept where we are as a
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country. where we are as people in positions and power, they are the crazed nut job that used to be on the street corner protesting the man hating feminist who used to hide in her apartment, these are now the ceos, district attorneys, senators, presidents. that is why you see this. they have a right before their communist god to burn this country down. >> tucker: i love nut about us. i'm not defending feminism -- [laughter] i can't resist. what's our reaction to this? no matter what the outcome is, they will conclude he really can't defend yourself in the country. how could you? >> i don't think people want to hear what we have to do, tucker, because the truth is we have to
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2 out of blue areas. not because of the street mobs, because of exactly what you are seeing here. get to a red area, become an activist, run for d.a., run for school boards, make it redder. we are not in the year 2,000. were not even in the year 2010. these people are now desperate and lashing out and they are going to hurt a lot of people on the right before they are done. >> tucker: i think that's right. >> i would say. [laughs] >> tucker: jesse kelly, great to see you tonight. thank you. >> be good, brother. >> tucker: we are almost two years into covid and the pandemic. it's worth pausing and asking, what was that? and why have so many americans died of covid-19, more on their bite and then under term? who are the people running our covid policy exactly?
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the former member of the white house covid task force saw firsthand how incompetent these people are. an amazing conversation with dr. scott atlas, next. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> tucker: welcome back, we are in hollywood. the good hollywood, the good state of florida. it was about nine months ago, last spring that we watched as some of the most informed people in the country, people who actually knew what they were talking about and speaking factually, were pulled off social media and the tech platforms. google, facebook, twitter. not because they were wrong, but because they were saying things that challenge the democratic party story line, which is inherently false. at that point, we thought, we should have these conversations in a place that big attack can't touch. fox nation is that place. we just had an amazing conversation with a man called dr. scott atlas from stanford university. scott atlas knows more about this country tackling the coronavirus pandemic than any within an american. he was on the white house coronavirus task force in the
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previous administration. forcing things out loud that are true and has first-hand knowledge of, he's been censored. he will not be censored here. as a member of that task force, he saw firsthand the people formulating our covid policy and he was shocked. here's part of our conversation. ♪ ♪ >> in mid-august i went to the task force meeting. and of course, it's the people you know sitting around the room. and the vice president ran the whole task force, dr. burke is the task force coordinator who ran the medical side. i'm listening to these people talk and i was stunned at the lack of knowledge, at the complete lack of knowing the data, at the lack of critical thinking. so there's this discussion -- >> tucker: was dr. fauci in these meetings? >> yes. a lot of people who were heads of agencies.
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dr. gerard was there. the three what i call the trifecta of the task force was dr. redfield, head of the cdc, dr. fauci, and dr. burke was the head of the task force. i would listen to them and their discussions were... they were off-base. my first meeting with the vice president, does everyone agree? and i was reluctant to speak up. and he sees my face and he says scott, you are here for a reason. i asked you to come here to say your opinion. if you disagree, say it. i said okay, i totally disagree. and then i went through the data. and i was the only one who had scientific papers in this task force meeting. i walked around the white house my entire time and every task force meeting i went to was two dozen papers, all the new data. i would go through the scientific papers whenever i
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spoke. and whenever i spoke about an issue, whether it was school's opening, the risks to children, the amended date, no one there, none of these medical people offered any data to robotic. they never had any scientific papers. they would say -- >> tucker: they would go after you personally? >> they were a unit. in fact, dr. burke said in january or february of this year -- she had an unwritten contract agreement with ouchi and redfield that if one of them got fired, they were all fired. it stems from hiv and aids. and i briefly mention this in the book, they work together with one focus, to get a vaccine, which should ring a bell of what's happening. they were a group of people --
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when you are in the government for 40 years in high positions like dr. fauci, the people that are in the government successfully are not there because they are neutral and therefore they can exist in different administrations. they are there because they understand how to navigate the politics. they understand how to make friends and various agents. this is a very political position when you are a 40 year government bureaucrat. i thought dr. fauci, i think is a smart guy, he knew the material from the emails that he wrote to his friends from february-march. what was said during the meetings was revealed by not just dr. fauci, by all the medical people in the task force. a lack of knowledge about the data. they never cited a scientific study. they never knew a critical assessment. they never gave a reputation of
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any studies or a reputation or disagreement of each other. never, not once. there is no science without this -- there is no such thing. as a person who looks at science and papers, i was a scientific paper reviewer and for many, many years, you look at the method section of the paper, a journal, meaning the materials -- how did you do the study design? if you see that's not appropriate, you are done. it doesn't matter. you can't make a conclusion if the study was done incorrectly. i evaluate the papers. i don't sit there and read the blurb of the paper in "the new york times." i look at the paper. i was talking almost every single day to some of the world's best epidemiologists about the data on an ongoing basis. there was never any indication that they knew the papers, side of the paper, or even criticized
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the paper. and as i say on the book, they were medical words being mispronounce, statements being made -- i was looking around and saying, did anyone else hear this? i have never worked with people at this level in my career as i did not task force. and i'm not saying that a high level. i'm saying at a low level. i worked with some of the best medical centers in the country. i was a medical student at stanford university, mount sinai new york. i would always say -- i'm not sure these people could have been assistant professors where i worked. there was a lack of critical thinking, a lack of preparation. no one cited data but me. >> tucker: you can watch the full hour of our conversation with dr. scott atlas on fox nation by going to we've got some money great
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conversation so far. we don't want to claim every one of them is a must watch, but that one really was. bobby kennedy jr. so the qanon shaman, the chewbacca guy dared to walk about the capital in a haze, he's the guy and viking horns. there's been a very troubling development in his case. we will tell you what it is, next. ♪ ♪
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>> this is a fox news alert, i'm matt flynn in los angeles. i do the second day of deliberations without reaching a verdict in the case against kyle rittenhouse bear they spent about 45 minutes free watching drone video as evidence. as jurors deliberated, the defense team asked the judge to declare a mistrial for the second time they made that request in a week. at issue, piece of drone video that prosecutors short the jury during closing arguments. they said they would've approach things differently if they had received the higher quality video earlier. the judge did not immediately rule on the request. 18-year-old rittenhouse is facing charges in homicide and attempted homicide for killing two men and wounding a third last summer in kenosha, wisconsin.
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rittenhouse says he acted in self-defense. i'm not flynn. now back to "tucker carlson tonight." ♪ ♪ >> tucker: just when you thought it couldn't get crazier, we are learning tonight that joe biden's nominee to a key position in the treasury department isn't simply a lunatic radical, she also has a criminal record. kevin corke has that story for us tonight. >> amazing story, indeed. fox news has it obtained eight wisconsin department of justice criminal background check of charlie oh moreover, she's the president's nominee to lead the currency, the occ. according to the background check, she was arrested back in june of 1995 in madison, wisconsin, with a count of misdemeanor retail theft. the white house says she has been open and honest about it. it was 25 years ago. they are unmoved by the report.
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"she is qualified given her strong track record of regulation and strong academic credentials." " the white house strongly supports this historic nomination." probably the only person nominated for the occ posed to have called the industry that she might regulate a "a whole industry." she is also called for the end of banking as we know it. she wants deposit accounts moved over to the federal reserve, that means checking and savings accounts. just a little bit about the president's nominee that i think folks should know a little bit about. tucker. >> tucker: kevin corke, thank you so much for that. so of all the people you could nominate to control the currency, a thief, really? maybe that's the person you keep away from the currency. another story you've been following for months now, jacob chan's leg, often known as the qanon shaman or chewbacca guy. you remember him from
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january 6th. was wandering around with viking horns on. deep in his own dreamland. it didn't threaten anyone. you remember these videos, here they are. >> [bleep] man. >> good to see you guys. look at the sky. >> do you need medical attention? >> i'm good. i got shot in the face with some kind of plastic bullet. >> any chance i could get you guys to leave? this is the sick greatest place. >> there's a cop right there on video who doesn't seem to find chewbacca guy very threatening at all. for that crime companies actually spent ten months in
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solitary confinement. he's now been sentenced to 41 months behind bars. at the same time you will notice not long ago a kid that shot up a classroom in fort worth, texas, and got out in one day. will cain is the cohost of "fox & friends weekend." he joins us now. hi, will. >> hi, tucker. >> tucker: how are they going to convince us he was a threat to the public? >> they can only convince us of something that's already we know is true. that's a political prosecution. he did nothing. people are going to hear you and i have this conversation and say oh, there go tucker and will defending the people who rioted on january 6. i believe what we are defending is something called due process. as you point out, let me ask you a couple questions. does that ring true of what is justice over three years for what amounts to obstruction of official proceeding?
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how about pointing out the point that he's been in solitary for the better part of the year with no bail, no hearing, to find out what was true justice. it may be the most insidious part, he submitted to and did submit to some type of brainwashing. they've made all these january 6 defendants essentially repent from any believe they ever had and echo critical race theory ideas, read the pipe books, until the judge they apologized for everything they've ever done. it's a violation of due process and it's a violation of our sense of justice. >> tucker: and decency and punishment, of course. can i note the obvious? this guy is not quite right. i don't how to define mentally ill, but he's not quite right. we carve out a place for people who are not quite right. we don't send them to prison for four years.
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>> those who literally burned down cities, those who did violence and property damage. which according to the ap, which i don't know if it's true or not, the average citizen was something like 27 months. 27 months for burning down the city. 41 months to mill around the capitol. is that justice? is that due process? >> tucker: it was their office that got invaded, right. your office gets invaded, not a big deal. will cain, good to be with you. thank you. [applause] >> by the way, he heard it. it's on my record. >> tucker: a combination of open borders and covid lockdowns are responsible for a lot of deaths, far more than we thought. we are now getting an idea of the whole number of americans who have died over the last year
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because of our leader's unwillingness to acknowledge what's happening with opioids. we will tell you the numbers straight ahead. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> tucker: the saddest possible milestone, deaths from drug overdoses just topped 100,000 americans per year for the first time in our history. there are two reasons why this is happening. the first, the unprecedented amount of fat and all going across our border from mexico. and second as the covid lockdowns. douglas murray is a fast selling author and what of our favorite thinkers and people. he joins us now to assess what we are watching. thank you so much for coming on. this is one of the stories that would be ignored by and large in this country. why do you think that is? >> it's the story that's been
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going on for years relentlessly. most news networks just don't bother to follow it. more than half a million americans have died in the last 20 years from opioid overdoses alone. that's escalating year after year as we've seen now. the attention is all in the wrong places. if you go to any university in america or anywhere else in the west and you learn anything about the world, you will be told about the chinese opium wars that happened 200 years ago. you will learn that that means we can't say anything about china today. today, china is responsible for it awfully a large amount of the opioids coming into america. i'm much more interested in what's happening in recent years and in the last year than i am in going over and reliving from something 200 years ago. this is in america who is dying now in historic numbers year after year. >> tucker: it's so if the
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precursor chemicals, the chemicals from which fentanyl is made, those chemicals come from china. and 100,000 americans die every year. wise in the president of the united states, every member of congress yelling about this? because they don't know the people affected. broadly speaking, they don't know the people affected. there are cities in america i visited quite a few myself where you just see the effects of those. i was in ferguson last weekend i need communities who have been hollowed out by all sorts of economic forces. they are hollowed out by the opioids, hollowed out by the addictions and death. nobody cares about that. the medium moves on. these people don't. their relatives can't move on.
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it's an absolute scandal. the most important country in the world, the richest, is going through this. and nobody seems to care. >> tucker: why does it take someone nodding nardi and from and from the united states. thank you very much. >> we've been chronicling for the last year and a half or so the politicization of everything. if you have their own political beliefs, you can't really function as every american in the country. you could lose your banking services without notice. we have exclusive reporting on where it is happening and to whom. ♪ ♪
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we are all in on fox nation. not just because they serve great parties and they are nice people, we are all in on fox nation because it's protected from the tech monopolies that control almost every part of american life. if they don't control fox nation, we can say whatever we want. we don't have to be afraid, because they are not point the strings. here's an example, by the way, is no mark on what can happen if you don't protect yourself. services to a major conservative group in missouri who called the defense of liberty. we take down my claim the group was involved in "hate, violence, racial tolerance, and terrorism." where are they? no. scott fitzpatrick is the state treasurer of missouri. he's demanding evidence those accusations are true. so far they have not provided
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it. scott fitzpatrick joins us now to explain. thank you so much for coming on tonight. thank you for being one of the few elected officials to do anything about this. is this a violation of a law? >> chase has the right to do whatever they want to whoever they do business with. but in terms of we and the state of missouri, we will not be doing business with any bank that chooses to discriminate against half the population, the conservative half of the population. they decided to do this, they suspended amounts of liberty whose founder is a guy named paul kirkman who deployed in the middle east. fought in the war on terror and came back to missouri and was a state representative that i served with for six years. a free-market conservative who brings these events together, the speaker at this next event that they were going to have that we pay essentially canceled unjust causes -- it's going to be donald trump jr. and cecelia johnson who is the director of the black engagement for the
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rnc. like you said, they've essentially accused them of being a hate organization but they also sell their decision-making process is proprietary and therefore no additional information can be given to them, but the decision was final. i sent a letter today of ceo of jpmorgan chase and as long as they discriminate against half the country and frankly about 60% of missourians according to the last election and not do business with conservative organizations, they will not be eligible to be don't tell mark doing business with the state of missouri. >> tucker: the leader of the black lives matter organization threaten violence against the mayor of new york if he dared to enforce the law in new york. are they still a client of jpmorgan chase? were they deep platform dolls also? do you know black lives matter? >> i don't think they do platform them. they're only interested in deep platform mean conservatives. only concerned with doing
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business with half of the country. they can change the name to snowflake bank. we will see how it goes. spew on scott fitzpatrick come appreciate you coming on. >> thank you for having me. >> tucker: we are out of time. we will be back every day at 8:00 p.m. [applause] have a great evening. sean hannity takes over now. ♪ ♪ >> sean: it welcome "hannity," day two of the deliberations of kyle rittenhouse trial. and still no verdict. earlier today, and explosive development from the courthouse and it all surrounds this drone footage showing kyle rittenhouse shooting joseph rosenbaum in what looks like a clear act of self-defense. according to one eyewitness account, he threatened rittenhouse telling him "i'm


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