it's so important to get the care you need and yes, these icu beds are at a premium. they are gold to us so we can take care of our patients who need us for heart attacks and strokes and other medical problems. and yes, covid does occupy a lot of them. thankfully in the u.s. we are doing a better job of vaccination and seeing those numbers in my health care system really, really go down the right direction. >> thank you, doctor. ♪ ♪ >> jesse: hello, everyone. i'm jesse watters along with emily compagno, richard fowler, kennedy and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> the fourth count of information, we, the jury, find the defendant kyle h rittenhouse not guilty. as for the fifth count, we, the jury, find the defendant kyle h
rittenhouse not guilty. >> jesse: kyle rittenhouse is a free man. the 18-year-old breaking down in tears while hearing the jury find not guilty on all five accounts. he was accused of killing two men and injuring a third in the kenosha riots this year. things looking quite outside the courthouse. the city and the country hoping it stays that way when it gets dark. as for the verdict, the prosecutors in the case say they respect it but the defense is putting them on blast over how the played out. >> winning on the canary brothers when you know they are lying, changing your provocatiot my client chased him down and shot him in the back, calling him an active shooter when he is not. you know, justice is done when the truth is reached and i don't know that it is set up to do that but a prosecutor is supposed to seek the truth. it's not about winning in this
case became about winning and that is probably why it got so personal. >> jesse: your reaction? >> greg: i wonder how joy reid feels about those white tears. it was a victory for self-defense, for the second amendment, it was a victory for people who don't like, who don't like riots, who don't like domestic abusers. it is a loss for cnn, for msnbc, for stupid people, lost for people who want to get rid of the police and the legacy media for those who try to change the narrative away from the truth and create a basket of lies. this event, what happened, this court case was part of the protest. it was in a protest about an unarmed man. it was a crime scene that was disguised as a protest. once it was treated like a protest then you have the police defunding or pulling back and you have this void allowing for criminality. if they had treated it like a crime scene this never would have happened. i love how the media keeps
saying, the media bracing for unrest. embracing means expecting. i wonder how much violent trouble would be eliminated or never happened if the media wasn't drooling over the optics of blood and violence. we should stop calling it unrest, we should call it extorted violence because that is what it is. it's crazy there are people at other networks who champion riots but not self-defense, so violence is okay if it is en masse, if it is a group of people. but if it is you up against a guy with a skateboard who murders people, that is wrong, so there you go. >> jesse: individual self-defense versus mob violence. >> kennedy: i think greg makes a really good point, people who are upset, about this verdict, it is something that will not acknowledge that what that is, you are defending yourself, defending your community from
injustice when you're participating in riots. that is how a lot of people feel about this individual right to protect yourself, that is a natural right. that is a right that exists outside of government. it is not for courtrooms and laws and legislators that we have the right to defend ourselves. that is one of those things that exists and that is why the right to bear arms is the second amendment, coming after the first that are codified, freedom of speech and religion and assembly, a natural right and it's a really important conversation to have right now instead of just blaming this jury. and i'm also really looking forward to hearing from someone on the jury, what the deliberative process was like because i think that is important for those who are rushing to judgment. >> jesse: they were methodical. they took pretty much all week to look over everything and they came to this conclusion today. >> emily: they did and the
duration they were taking, expecting it would go unfavorably for the defense given the time they took. for xs and os, four of those five counts, self-defense privilege. talk about burdens, the burden is on the prosecution in a criminal trial of proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the charges. but the burden is on the defense to prove self-defense. that meant that four of those five counts the jury said he regionally dominic reasonably believed his life was in danger and he used reasonable force because there were clauses in there that would have accounted for, he believed he was under duress and expected bodily harm or death but it was still unreasonable. still unreasonable used dominic use of force but that is not what they came back on for the prosecution failed to meet thei. i also want to .2, the defense attorney was making his
statements after the verdict today, he talked about how they did two entire practice run-throughs with practice injuries. one where kyle rittenhouse was testifying in one where he didn't. they absolutely did their homework. they were meticulous, deliberate and his authenticity on the stand, his sincere belief in all of those instances in the fact that defense focused deliberation on those moments, didn't matter what happened in those individual instances and the defense did a spectacular job and it came with hard work and effort. >> jesse: him testifying on his own behalf was probably the most critical thing in this case. >> richard: i disagree with that. i watched a lot of this case at home. i think there is no question that what we saw happening outside, remember the jury doesn't see what we are seeing. what was happening outside, there is a political and racial backdrop to the shooting of jacob blake, which is what caused the protest in kenosha to
happen and then this kid happens. with the jury has to contend with is did kyle rittenhouse defend himself and the prosecution proved beyond a reasonable doubt that he was acting as an active shooter, which is what their case was. the prosecution didn't make a good case, period. with that being said if to separate what happened in that courtroom to the conversations that we are having in society. this is great, he is free and the other half are like, this is horrible. >> jesse: where did you get those numbers from? >> richard: i'm clearly making a generalization. but my point in saying that is we as a country need to have a conversation because the jury was deliberating on the evidence. we made it political, we sort of got into this back and forth and that is where the conversation exists. if you have a problem with how the case is tried, i would say go vote and change the barrier of proof when it comes to self-defense and the laws in
wisconsin. >> emily: respectfully i think your rendition of this is exactly why we saw the blurring of the lines between the national conversation and when you throw around words like the prosecution did of active shooter -- >> richard: that was the prosecution of a stress argument. >> emily: but it wasn't their language. it wasn't a fact. >> richard: i clearly said -- >> emily: arguing a desire. >> richard: i clearly said -- >> emily: -- that would have made their case but there is no proving something that doesn't exist. >> richard: that is my point. >> greg: there is another issue and that is when you say we need to have a conversation, we hear this a lot, we need to have a conversation. we can't have a conversation when the people you are conversing with our calling you a white supremacist and you are not worthy of conversation. the police, they don't want to have a conversation with the police, that is silly. those guys are racist -- >> richard: i think you are
making a generalization. >> greg: no because it's true. you tell me when you see those protests those people want to have a conversation with the people -- they want to have a conversation with the buildings that they torched, the people who owned those buildings? >> jesse: we are going to have more conversations here on "the five" but we have to take a quick commercial break. up next president biden that asked about calling kyle rittenhouse a white supremacist and his response next. musical dominic ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> kennedy: president biden reacting to the kyle rittenhouse acquittal and he's not happy about it. he put out a statement saying while the verdict in kenosha will leave many americans feeling angry and concerned, myself included, we must acknowledge that the jury has spoken. the president also urging people to protest peacefully and as you might remember, president biden tweeted a video last year labeling kyle rittenhouse a white supremacist.
if you thought he might apologize for that, come on, man. >> do you stand by your past comments linking him to white supremacy? >> look, i stand by what the jury has concluded. the jury system works and you have to abide by it. >> kennedy: what do you think the president was trying to say there? >> jesse: i think he should have stopped at that because that was the correct answer and then his puppet masters get a hold of him and say, joe, your base is going to freak out if we don't condemn this verdict so they put out this dopey statement where he's angry all of a sudden. he doesn't look angry right there. then he admits -- then he said he hadn't even followed the trial. and then what was it, last year he said this guy is a white supremacist. he had never even watched the video of the shooting. you know what the difference was? donald trump watched the video of the shooting at was asked about it in the white house briefing room and he said looks
like he was running away from guys, was violently attacked and shot those guys in self-defense. i want it investigated, it should be investigated but i think police department should be doing that job, keeping the streets safe. that was the most honest assessment we have heard from a politician, yet the media fact-checkers just pinocchio-edd hell out of that statement and that became a light and where the fact-checkers with joe biden? are they going to say that kyle rittenhouse is not a white supremacist? they will never say that. of talked about this before, the axis of evil. the press, the prosecutors and the politicians. they get together and they create a tornado of lies and turmoil that rips through a city like kenosha, leaves death and destruction in its wake and everyone else is left to pick up the pieces. kyle is crying, the city is now in debt because their places of work are burned down, and the
country is at each other's throat over racial animosity. meanwhile, there is no black guy involved in the shooting. yet al sharpton releases a statement and says, another reminder of black americans being shot -- no black american was shot by kyle rittenhouse and that is what people think it still this day. >> kennedy: kyle rittenhouse, statements that he made when he was a private citizen and a candidate. >> emily: that is what lynwood, kyle rittenhouse's prior attorney and exactly to do because of the time before he was sitting and said yes, you can sue a president for things prior to assuming presidency. here point, biden used that in a campaign ad to galvanize supporo the lie earlier, that larson and looting and violence is peaceful protesting. that rioting is peaceful assembly. that this trial was somehow good
versus fascism and racism and white supremacy and the governor of wisconsin furthered that today in his statement where he said no verdict will be able to bring back lives lost, or the wounds and trauma experienced by jacob lake and his family. the sacred duty, no good job to the duty, no anything of that. the d.a.'s office weighed in and said issues regarding self-defense remain highly contentious during our current time. to your point, all this is is a narrative, a ball being batted around the nation the entire time it was created by and amplified by the media, elected officials, politicians, reporters, social media and the like and there has been absolutely no accountability for it, no responsibility even for after all of it has been debunked but we will continue hearing that. we will never have the truth brought to light of this trial. we will never be covered because this is being furthered by the president and as we just heard, by the vice president as well.
>> kennedy: obviously, burning things down doesn't work. destroying businesses, vandalism, none of that works. it doesn't make anything better. if you look at crime, i know we are going to talk about that later in the show. what can kenosha do now? >> richard: i think kenosha is already doing it. if you pay attention to kenosha they are coming together, they rebuilt their community, they are really working hard to move past both the shooting of jacob lake and the kyle rittenhouse case but i wanted to issue with what emily was saying here, this idea that we can move beyond it or that the media is not doing a good job. a lot of reporters have been covering this case from day one. sarah cider is one of those reporters went today she said what joe biden said about white supremacy that is alive, completely debunked in a number of good journalists have been on the ground when the shooting happened to when this verdict was rendered that have been covering this case both fairly
and accurately and they are worthy of getting the praise that they should for covering this the right way because to cover this trial correctly you have to cover what is actually happening in the courtroom and cover the backdrop in which this case is happening which is a backdrop in which for a lot of americans, especially black americans, they believe there are two different justice systems. until you have had that lived experience and understand why they are upset even though it doesn't play exactly to what happened with the kyle rittenhouse case, you don't understand that. >> jesse: there were the case last month that could be wrong, one of these high school kids i think killed someone with a gun and he was out on bail the next day. and people say, you know, there's different levels of justice. i can throw another case right back in your face. it doesn't have anything to do with race, richard. nothing to do with race inside the courtroom. you can make up a theoretical standpoint, it is just not true. >> richard: i could talk
about -- >> greg: people forget about this but jacob lake was a good shoot, you going to agree with me question what the guy was holding a knife. >> richard: he was shot in the back. >> greg: that is so sad because he was holding a knife trying to kidnap a woman and her kids. he was trying to harm a woman. if you are okay with that i guess you are okay with that. all right, i find it ironic that a joe biden woke up from a colonoscopy with this verdict. his ass literally got handed to him. he better sue your butt. if the shoe were on the other foot there would be an impeachment hearing. >> richard: that is not true. >> greg: president tromp -- there was no president who would, after the central park
five, he singled out a person, a citizen, he called him a white supremacist. i will say that biden is probably not in control of his words or faculties and i do believe he's not following the case, someone else is doing it. but the argument that no blacks were shot, these are white men. activists will come back at you and say they were defending blacks. do you want those to be your defenders? a and a domestic abuser? do you want that to be your shield? what a stupid argument. >> kennedy: people have to choose between kyle rittenhouse and joseph birnbaum. >> greg: i'm sorry but he stood with the proud boys. this guy just raped boys. >> kennedy: on that uplifting
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serious reckoning after kyle rittenhouse was found not guilty on all charges. after smearing him night after night the reaction to today's not guilty verdict not much better. speak of what we know now is the jury about the narrative of kyle rittenhouse being the victim. >> what some may take from this verdict is vigilante justice prevailed. >> gun owners with a certain ideology may feel incentivized and now we are in no-man's-land as a society. >> something akin to saying if you go into a bank and rob it and people are trying to apprehend you, you can then shoot your way out and claim self-defense. >> emily: for democrats, they continue to attack rittenhouse with outright falsehoods. cori bush says the victim verdis white supremacy and action. call this miscarriage of justice is an understatement. granted, the ongoing conversation we've been having is about that narrative created and amplified by media and political figures and elected
officials and the like. would you say that this trial culminates that? that this represents all that we have been talking about? riots are not peaceful protesting, that arson is not a peaceful alliance, or allyship of black voices, that none of that has anything to do with the other. >> greg: and you have these people talking about this no-man's-land where you can walk in with a gun. gun control is dead and they killed it by undermining law enforcement, by justifying the violence, it forced everyday citizens, millions, many of them minorities, many of them women. the largest number i think in history over the year bought guns, and why? because if that narrative. because it pushes the narrative that law enforcement can no longer protect you. the media is in danger of repeating the cycle. if they excuse any violence that happens tonight, wait until it gets dark, everybody and wait until it happens, that is going
to meet the cycle of undermining law enforcement, encouraging looting, creating the voice for violence and a voice for practitioners of the second amendment. that is what we are getting too. whenever they do this all they are doing is creating another opportunity for this kind of, i guess you would call it street justice because there is no justice. now justice, no peace. or a piece. >> emily: and law enforcement can do their job if they don't have elected officials supporting them, obviously. you can argue in this court of justice, the analysis of kyle rittenhouse in the events of that night but in a court of public opinion to me it falls squarely on the governors shoulders who that night on august 25th, 2020, failed to control the streets so that the tragedy that unfolded there, that was his responsibility. >> kennedy: we saw that across the country with riots, we were
told to stand down and step back and give people their space. allow them to express themselves in this mostly peaceful way. what happens if police are no longer engaging in active enforcement? what happens if they are sitting in their patrol cars and not walking around, not getting to know people in different communities? not keeping people safe? then yes, more people are going to have guns and that is what you get when you create this environment. people like chuck todd have lived in his little d.c. fart bubble for so long and he's just huffing his own air into his killed his brain stem. people like this need to sit down and read the constitution or better yet, go to parts of the country where when you call 911 it takes a long, long time for law enforcement to get there so people have to protect themselves and their families. >> greg: fart bubble, that is
the best, i wish i had thought of that. >> jesse: the media hates trials because they can't control trials. they hate pretty much everything they want in this country but it is insulated. you have the judge, the ultimate arbiter and the defense and the prosecution and the jury decides and the jury can't be polluted by media misinformation for the most part. and when the media comes back with verdicts that don't align with the media's narrative, that freaks the media out, it is showing their control is slipping away and has slipped away and nothing is more dangerous to their profit model van losing control. greg touched on it. this is really about softening you up so you don't stand up to the mob, so you would never think about going to a middle-class neighborhood to protect a car dealership or your uncles grocery store. why would you do that if you are just going to get trampled by mob justice? that is what they were pushing, pushing mob justice but we got
real justice and that is a good thing. check acts like we are in no-man's-land in a vacuum. why was there no-man's-land? because you guys told the police to stand down and they let kenosha burn for three straight nights. the last one, i don't know what her credentials are, they are asking, rittenhouse was a bank robber. he didn't commit a crime, he was allowed to hold the ar that night according to wisconsin law, so before you make an analogy, lady. i'm the king of analogies. wait for me first. i'm the prince. >> emily: i have a specific question for you. for the power that the media hold, the true and raw power and platform the media hold how is it they are not advocating or really achieving meaningfully criminal justice perform? when they're pushing all of these lies over and over again it leads to no change, to no meaningful criminal justice reform. it is they who are preventing actual change from happening. >> richard: i don't think it is the media think it is our
legislation in congress but to jesse's point i actually agree with you. what you have in a courtroom as a judge, prosecution, defense and the jury. the job of the jury is not to reaffirm the second amendment. the job of that jury is not to fight back against racism p of the job of the juries to determine based upon the evidence they receive, is this person guilty or innocent? based on the case the prosecution put forward which wasn't the best case, kyle rittenhouse was innocent, period. you can draw any more conclusions from it. what i can't stand is when people on both sides of the i'll say this is a win for the second amendment. no it just said kyle rittenhouse is an innocent man. now, the focus, this is a miscarriage of justice. no, it's just that this guy's guys innocent, period, move on, end of story. >> greg: it is a victory for the second amendment. >> richard: it is not. >> emily: regardless, the media is derelict in their responsibility. they could do more but they are worthless. after the riots in kenosha and
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♪ ♪ >> richard: after the riots that we saw in kenosha of wisconsin that led to the situation with kyle rittenhouse president biden is distancing himself from the deep on the police movement by signing off on a plan that would give over $100 million to police department across the country to hire more police officers. what is your take on that? >> kennedy: might take? speak of the community's needs, what law enforcement is going to be asked to do is going to require more resources, not fewr resources. everything from counselors to law enforcement to folks who have to take down the bad guy and everything in between.
>> richard: just a thought. now your take. >> kennedy: thank you so much. i think it is a gift that he made that speech and the kyle rittenhouse verdict came down within 24 hours because he is so at odds with his party, i can only imagine ilhan omar just a couple of weeks ago was just lambasting the minneapolis police department saying they were corrupt and horrible, they were not fulfilling their oath as police officers and crimes going up, blame the police for everything it really truly wanting to defund the police in her city. in the president just made her head just exploded and i don't think he's going to be able to bridge that chasm. >> greg: she's going through some rough times divorcing her brother. anyway, i can't congratulate joe biden on this because you can't congratulate someone for fixing a problem with that they created. he sat on his hands when he was running for president, never
spoke about the riots until he absolutely had to. the city was burning, the police were ostracized. where was he? he was the candidate, you have to remember he wasn't there. biden never rejected defunding until he had to. he was calling people white supremacists, or too little, too late for me. >> jesse: he chickened out when it really meant something and now he's trying to scramble because it is toxic and a primary, in a general. you are never going to get that stench all of you as a democrat, ever, ever. they handed us a wedge issue, richard. why would you hand a wedge issue like defund the police to the republican party? i don't think they will ever recover. >> kennedy: and calling parents domestic terrorists. i actually recognize that biden, that is more familiar to me than the one parroting like a ventriloquist, like a windup doll saying defund the police to begin with.
we all know he loves the crime bill. we've seen the footage from the last 50 years of how he thinks of poor impoverished from incarcerated and from the community, i don't know how i would feel if i was in law enforcement, knowing how many of my brothers and sisters died in the line of duty because his parody of the narrative that was so anti-law enforcement, anti-police. they didn't endorse him in the candidacy. them, for the rest of us, remember this is who he is contrary to what he maintains. the three most democrats do support the police they just want them to be more accountable. house democrats are passing joe biden's massive social spending deal and republicans are warning about the consequences. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> greg: house democrats ramming through president biden's massive socialist agenda today and keep insisting it will cost nothing, which is untrue. g.o.p. leader kevin mccarthy warning this will cause major voter backlash. >> this is the single most reckless and irresponsible spending bill in our nations history. >> i tell you, america, help is on the way. history repeats itself. and it's going to repeat itself big next november. >> greg: i hate it when it repeats itself. what are your thoughts on this? >> richard: kevin mccarthy is right, if history serves us right, the trump tax bill caused a $2.2 billion deficit so everybody adds to the deficit but the good news here for the folks watching at home is if this bill passes, decrease in
the cost of prescription drugs. child care, most of them pay about $60,000 a year. that number would come down which means we will see benefit work from families and benefit the american people. >> greg: did the trump tax cuts cause inflation? did it cause inflation? >> richard: it's possible, we are currently living under the trump tax plan and we are under inflation. >> jesse: it started when your guy got underpaid look at the calendar. go far back. >> richard: sure. you guys are going to own inflation. he will throw a couple trillion on this economy right now while inflation is at a 30-year high. you're going to own inflation. maybe that is why math is racist because you guys can't count. you can say the whole month this thing is going to be zero and it came back a whopping 16 times zero. which doesn't make sense, but it came back a lot more.
it's racist, richard. >> richard: the roads, the air force, the bridges. >> jesse: you're not going to get around fixing anything. >> greg: emily, what are your thoughts on this particular issue? try it again. >> emily: want to ask a different question? >> greg: no, that was it. >> emily: this is another example where democrats' narrative doesn't belie the truth. regardless, we see the numbers, we see the economics and basic economics is that costs are absorbed somewhere so when they keep saying free, that means our kids are paying for it, it means it is being taken out of my tax dollars because the value of the dollar has plummeted under this administration. the enforcement costs that are left out of this bill. everything we see in this bill, the reality is three oh four down the line -- do you want me to explain something more? to your point before, debt indeed is bipartisan. that is why it is so
frightening. the fact that the two sides can't come to a rational agreement that would benefit americans, those hardworking americans that deserve the tax breaks and all the help they can get. as senator manchin said, i believe government should be your best partner but it shouldn't be your provider and that is the problem. >> greg: kennedy, you missed "fan mail friday," it would have been in this block. >> kennedy: i was just helping, what was your first pet? those numbers and terms and things but the good news is according to joy reid inflation is just a republican buzzword -- >> greg: like white supremacy. >> kennedy: and your white tears. but anyone who goes to the pump and pays more for gas, anyone who goes to the store and pays more for hot dogs and ground beef, anyone who is going to buy their kids fewer christmas presents because they can't afford them or the supply chain issue, things may not be on the shelf. those are real issues. those are not made up problems
but it's fascinating to watch leftist pundits try to blame people for going out and buying things as though there was a bunch of bougie upper middle-class people going, i just want another pelaton. we can go anywhere and we got into a hoarding mentality and now things are getting more expensive, we are making inflation worse by continuing to buy things we don't need. >> jesse: i have four pelatons, richard. >> richard: and you still look this way. [laughter] 's be when i walked into that one. >> kennedy: inflation hurts people comment about this up a little bit in the last segment, you are going after the wrong people and the wrong issues. if you are trying to blame average americans for prices going up, you're going to lose. >> greg: i don't know who is getting the colonoscopy, biden
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>> jesse: it is sometime for one more thing, greg. >> greg: first congratulate chief mahoney 28 years distinguished service. thank you for your service keeping us safe. tonight 11:00 great show talking about rittenhouse. a lot of stuff, actually. you got kat and rob smith elizabeth mcdonnell. now three things greg's giant katniss. everybody is so focused on the trial. they totally missed it. it's incredible. a giant cat wreaking havoc all over the train stations and it's just unbelievable. this happened this morning. people were too busy watching
the tran transfixed watching fox. >> jesse: jess that is perfect one more thing. >> >> greg: i am going to throw up. >> jesse: you are done, please. today is international men's day. let's celebrate, everybody, i want to do my part to honor some of the men that i think really embrace masculinity. let's go to the first one george patton who just wreaked havoc in europe against the nazis, american hoe. arnold schwarzenegger a fierce champ i don't know of virility and stephen miller, who embodies the manly qualities. confident. and steven will be on "watters' world" tomorrow night with chris christie, ben shapiro and dana loesch, so check out that show at 8:00. prime time tonight at 7:00 we have steve scalise who actually took a bullet from a radical
left winger and victor davis hanson. lara logan, one of my favorite men. emily? >> emily: you are not emily. >> emily: all right, guys, the duffys are out with new book called all-american christmas and highlights the stories, traditions and recipes of a ton of fox personalities including myself. it's really amazing and you can buy it at anywhere giflts are sold. it makes a great holiday gift go to foxnews.com/books. >> jesse: you. >> emily: my dad and my mom and her mom at christmas. a few photos in the book. >> jesse: very cute. >> emily: thank you so much. it was so fun to write it i loved connecting with our family traditions and recipes i knew you would love it too. i want to take a moment to congrats with all of my love my five weeks of radiation for breast cancer, five days week for five weeks this was her final time today. this is her ringing the gong.
cindy, we love you. we are praying for you. you are so strong and you are now cancer free. >> jesse: all right. tough girl. your turn. >> kennedy: mine sucks compared to that that was beautiful and meaningful. go to mcrib. ever wonder how a mcrib is made? no. scary. tiktok user showed a video of a mcrib getting made. take it out of a freezer, put it on the griddle. put a big slap on top of it, set the timer to mcrib, it cooks it perfectly and put it in a drawer of sauce. you put it in its own sauce drawer. yes. >> we need a sauce drawer. >> completely slathered and put it on a bun. i'm loving it. >> jesse: sauce drawer opened my mind. >> last night very own harris faulkner 2021 national excellence award tv broadcast. multicultural media. six time emmy award winner i was
there with her and some of our colleagues bret baier and many others and jay wallace the boss. it was a great, great, great harsh to see harris win this award. congratulations harris. >> jesse: if there is an award for international men's day i'm available to receive it. that's it for us. we will see you on monday. have great weekend, everybody. ♪ ♪ >> the first count of the information we the jury find the defendant kyle h. rittenhouse not guilty. as to the second count of the information, richard mcginnis, we the jury, find the defendant kyle h. rittenhouse not guilty. as to the third count of the information, unknown male, we, the jury, find the jury kyle h. rittenhouse not guilty. as to the fourth count of the information, anthony huber, we, the jury, find the defendant kyle h. rittenhouse not guilty. as to the fifth count of the