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pushed to the side by bullies and the teachers unions and the school boards. and a new breed of elected representatives have proven they will do their best to hold firm to the america first principles that should come to define our future and that's where we start tonight. a time for action. that the focus of tonight's first angle. in case you didn't notice democrats love shutdowns and covid mandates as much as they love high taxes and climate rags. i think it is safe to say many liberals were never happier than when americans were forced by the government out of the workforce, out of school, away from church and even away from friends and family. not only was there all that
interrupted time to catch all 6 seasons of downton abby, for youtube yoga and planting herb gardens, it presented a golden opportunity, the viral emergency could offer a stealth way to change america forever. a fearful public would also be a complacent public. interestingly anti-lockdown demonstrations a drawn massive numbers abroad. in france, in greece, australia and the uk, but here, even when the covid dictates made 0 sins like limiting restaurant capacity or masks on student athletes playing outside there was shockingly scant public protest here. this was much to the dismay of doctor scott at this. >> there's a total disconnect a country about what people have as information. the american people are a little less compliant and sort of
fearful. at some point you have to really look at the data, you have to stop being afraid. these people are really damaged but at some point people have to sort of regain their independent thinking. laura: independent thinking, that's a novel concept. the biden white house, whoever's running it is counting on you staying panicked or being scared or having 0 independent thought. that way they have the run of the place. will a public notice biden's education secretary is leaving the door open for more school closures? i you to listen closely to the words may be disruptive. >> i worry decisions that are being made that are not putting students at the center of student health and safety is going to be why schools may be disrupted, because of the politicization of the efforts to reopen schools. we know what works, we have to keep our students safe, we have to keep our educators safe.
laura: does randi weingarten send overdraft remarks verbatim or just provide an outline for that guy to parrot. the man has you all to hint that schools may be disrupted after what they did to our kids for 18 months, that damage was not enough for you? with vaccines that are widely available, to teach in person should be fired. period. >> i'm echoing the president's call to action to host pop up vaccine clinics in every school across the country, to a list trusted leaders in our community to build vaccine confidence. laura: such an encroachment on parental rights needs to be met with a vigorous, sustained, substantive protests from people who pay their salary. this is no time to be silent and afraid.
think about what biden has done just this week a defied the supreme court's clear directive by extended a moratorium on evictions rent-free for everybody. unconstitutional, unlawful to take income from landlords coast-to-coast, don't have congressional approval, doing it anyway and biden signed an executive order to significantly raise the fuel efficiency standard on us automobiles, he says there's no turning back to phase out gas powered cars. 's goal is by 2030 half of all cars sold in the us will be electric. clearly abusing his authority and the decades-old clean air act to satisfy the green -- we are supposed to sit back and applaud as our chief executive with a stroke of a pen aims to eliminate an entire american industry. think of the job losses here not
just in the auto industry but all the other industries that support it and if you think this won't cause us to lose a significant percentage of manufacturing to foreign sources you have to be smoking something, china already makes most of the electric vehicle batteries for the world and biden's move intervening in the free market is only going to make matters worse. it's not only democrats that need to hear from you that people. the old republican guard needs to hear from you as well. i'm talking mitch mcconnell, roy blunt, mitt romney, pentagram, senator cassidy and others. they all supported biden's 2700 page infrastructure bill it's paving the way for a tandem consideration of the
$3.5 trillion behemoth the budget bill. hello, inflation, loi or taxes, endless regulation, new entitlements and goodbye fiscal responsibility. is a total abdication. i'm sickened by what the republicans have done. speaking of application, what is happening at the southern border is worthy of impeachment. there have been more and counters there just this year than the populations of eight us states and governors in non-border states are being kept in the dark. do you now the migrants have been shipped to florida, are you given any notice? >> no notice. they do not tell us. we have to sometimes do, we try to do investigations but they do fly people in. >> we've arrived at a point that reminds me of another time in the not-too-distant past when
the obama administration was up to no good. >> how many of you people want to pay for your neighbor's mortgage that has an extra bedroom and can't pay their bills raise their hand. president obama, are you listening? >> are you americans listening now. things are worse now than they were when centrally made that way. back then our national debt sat at $8.9 trillion, today buckle up, it is $28.4 trillion and growing exponentially. it is time for a new tea party type movement to form, to organize and fan out across the country on issues ranging from critical race. the masks in schools we are seeing sparks of activism. >> this kind of stuff is poison. this will turn this country apart if it becomes part of our fabric. >> just because i do not want critical race theory talk to my children in school does not mean that i'm a racist, dammit!
>> your power does not supersede that of the u.s. constitution and the first amendment rights of the citizens of this great nation. let's be very very clear who has the power. laura: tea party movement can appeal to frustrated african-americans as well and don't want to be demonized for their personal medical decisions and also to hispanic business owners, they didn't work hard for their reckoned really to have lockdowns turning into a nightmare, and suburban women might not have voted for trump last time but now do they want their kids indoctrinated to this poisonous ideology at school and what about urban professionals were sick of paying high taxes to in high crime neighborhoods and evangelical voters to be told their faith is not essential by washington
bureaucrats and godless governors. it is time for an american call to action. don't care what you call it, what you name a brand it but the principles are all found in the constitution. this movement is where freedom matters, where work matters, where personal responsibility matters, where school matters, where safety matters and where truth matters and that is the angle. here now one of the few journalists who has been holding the gop's feet to the fire of the infrastructure scam it is likewise calling for something resembling a new hd party, i was asked some of those early tea party rallies, spoke at a number of them, they were demonized, they were ridiculed but those people in 2009-2010 made a real difference. what's "happening now" on the ground? >> it's really upsetting what is happening. president biden violated his
oath of office by deciding he was going to implement a regulation, and order, the eviction moratorium the supreme court said was illegal, it didn't pass constitutional muster. as adviser said not only did biden kick the tires with double, triple and quadruple checked it and even more limited order have no legal basis. >> you've documented this brilliantly on this show and "national review" and pick it apart, republicans went along with it. 17 republicans, i will say their names night after night, we need a movement in this country
stands up across the board against all of this unlawful government seizing of power from the people. we had it in 2009 into 2010. it made a difference in retaking congress. what are the chances that kind of movement can be organized again? >> i think the chances just because the overreach is gotten so egregious and republicans aren't doing anything to fight back and one of the things the tea party movement did that was significant was for the first time, republicans and members of congress had more to fear from going along and going to washington and spending and rubberstamping spending, they felt pressured to try to cut spending and to return to constitutional principles and now you have republicans getting
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vaccinations and among them are dozens of massachusetts state troopers who reportedly quit in the face of their vaccine mandates. one of them is luke bonein who joins us with doctor aaron williams, an anesthesiologist who could lose his job for not being vaccinated. you've not yet re-signed but when the vaccine mandate policy goes into effect on october 17th you will say something called progressive discipline. explained that. >> we have been told that for those employees of the executive branch in massachusetts, any employee who does not abide by the vaccine mandate by october 17th will place discipline that will culminate in termination. laura: how is that going over a your colleagues? have you heard from a lot of them during this period even those who have chosen to get the vaccine? what do they say? >> many of my colleagues are in
great distress, some received the vaccine and think the mandate goes too far, support those who remain vaccinated and many of us who are unvaccinated are concerned for our jobs, many of us have the opportunity to apply for religious or medical exemption but many based on the guidelines we've been given may not qualify for such an exemption if such an exemption is granted. laura: you are an anesthesiologist, a medical professional. during the beginning of this pandemic there were tributes and tearful thank yous. how do you feel now given what is happening? >> i don't take it personally but for all of us on all sides of this i feel sad and kind of may be ashamed might be a word
when medicine has come to what is now which doesn't look anything like the science that we studied throughout medical school in our careers and it is turned upside down in the blink of an eye. laura: explained that more. >> what it looks like, most of medicine represents looks like has more hallmarks of psychological warfare than evidence-based medicine. none of these things make sense and there's a string of the whether it is natural immunity you spoke about earlier or in the beginning of the rollout of this pandemic, moderna and pfizer vaccine says i call in some, a well-known allergen, because of severe allergies. there was an old study that said out of you and see that said anyone is going to be injected with polyethylene glycol should have tests. when i saw that at the time of
the rollout my mind was blown. they weren't whispering a word about it, didn't say a thing to anyone yet that is a well-known established scientific fact even in moderna sec filings. laura: back to what you're governor in massachusetts, charlie baker, republican in name only if you ask me comes out and says we all want to get back to normal and there's only one way to get back to normal. >> i look at the data that i see out there and it is very clear to me that the fastest path back to normalcy, the fastest path to the life everybody wants which is the one they had before the pandemic began is to get more and more people vaccinated. laura: it is kind of a shaming thing he's doing, you are the only one, you people, you and
the good doctor are preventing us from going back to normal. how about just go back to, the red sox fenway park was packed. >> that is correct. i have listened to the commentary from the governor and one of the things concerned me about that commentary as he went on to say getting the vaccine is the right thing to do. the problem with that is the opposite of the right things the wrong thing and what he is essentially set is not getting the vaccine is the wrong thing to do but there are hundreds of members of state police association of massachusetts of which i am a member who have
sincerely held religious beliefs that preclude them from being able to take the vaccine, medical problems they precluded from taking the vaccine and those who just have simply deeply rooted moral and ethical convictions can see themselves taking the vaccine and i find it offensive that we are being told that is wrong. laura: but illegal immigrants are being waived in with nothing tested unless they have symptoms, beings and all of the country by the hundreds of thousands. none of this makes any sense but thank you both. for sharing your stories. coming up this year was in many ways the year of the parent, no longer content to sit on the sidelines and these committed moms and dads making their voices heard. in moments my angle exposes the boys mayor fighting, the fraud behind dea rackets. stay there.
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in a few hours moms from coast-to-coast will kickoff another holiday tradition, black friday. the day after thanksgiving marks the official start to the christmas shopping season and despite high inflation consumers are expected to spend at least $1,000 in gifts this year, some by store, others by laptop. 2 million more people are forecast to shop through cybermonday compared to last year. the pacific northwest facing or threats of heavy flooding in the coming days. forecasters born the region will be drenched by multiple atmospheric rivers which could drop another 10 to 20 inches of rain in areas already hit hard by recent flooding, two inches of rain have already fallen on seattle this month. back to the ingraham angle special for all your headlines on foxnews.com. >> diversity, equity and exclusion is the focus of the angle.
every once in a while and on air exchange slips through the cracks on one of the cable networks that is worth watching, such was the case this morning on cnn where they booked a point counter point on critical race theory. >> reading, writing, arithmetic, they should not be radicalizing our kids and unfortunately schools are now radicalizing our kids. this is the volume of the book from critical race. the people teach in law school but unfortunately it is now trickling down into little books for children like woke babies, gender clear, and it there are very graphic symbol of pedophilia and pornography. >> she's been a guest on the angle over the years, came arms with copies of the books used in the schools with specific citations and a very thorough irrefutable presentation that
left the host kind of grasping. into the defense of critical race. a guy billed as the concerned parent but actually works the diversity, equity and inclusion racket in austin, texas telling companies and individuals to check their weight privilege and examine their obsession with merit-based hiring, turns out that the lucrative business but money can't buy you logic. instead of refuting the evidence proving the poisonous effects of crt curricula he merely pulled a terry mcauliffe saying parents should stop butting in, leave education to the experts, presumably experts like him. >> too many people who know little or nothing about education trying to tell professionals in this industry have have been working hard, coming in as weekend warriors trying to tell them what
education should look like. we should put more trust in our educators. they spent the time and energy necessary to understand the nuances that are being blown over here in this conversation. laura: what does that mean you may wonder? it means it is not yours to question, these topics are too complex for little people to understand, yet what is to understand about reading assigned to children that associates white people with the devil. >> it literally says here whiteness is a bad deal and has a symbol of satan and this is the contract they say whiteness brings and children are getting this book. and i fit into the intersectional world. i'm a muslim, an immigrant, mom of color. i am a single mom but i do not all of these privileges in the new paradigm of the oppression matrix because we are all human
beings. >> she is highly educated and a minority herself, doesn't matter but for the they i can ball all that matters is marketing guilt and shame to schools, corporations, entertainers and sports figures and the churches are in on the act. each comes under enormous pressure to comply. they prove their ddi by linking to posters like this one or hiring people nonmerit but according to the latest woke rules and of course by shunning anyone who refuses to mouth their platitudes or question their goals. ddi propaganda like ccp propaganda must never be questioned by the unenlightened masses. >> the language i am hearing used doesn't speak to the level of sophistication necessary to
help young people to prepare for the world of work, the society they are living in. as someone who works at the university, we are coming to the university, they had literally no experience knowing how to navigate the conversations, relationships related to race. laura: what gibberish. don't you feel better about paying that fast college tuition now? you may not know it, schools and businesses are desperate to check the diversity, equity and inclusion box, either hire a full-time ddi coordinator or feel they have to random ddi consultants they find on the web. meet the founder of boston consulting inc. her friend described as a world renowned consulting firm dedicated to driving organizational change. >> i am talking about the embodiment of white american,
white anglo ways of thinking puts you in a place where you are better, more deserving, more confident over people who embody behaviors that cannot back communities of color and indigenous communities and the connection between racism and white supremacy is racism is a manifestation of white supremacy. laura: what a terrible way to make a living, no real knowledge of history, 0 appreciation of blessings of liberty and opportunity america provides. only resentment politics and hand movements. and the point is to turn neighbor against neighbor the student against student, citizen against country. >> always susceptible to manipulation around racial animus. >> really about white people in particular way children now being exposed to ideas i think previously were segregated.
laura: if your children at school teaches this nonsense demand your son or daughter be permitted to opt out in favor of those unaccomplished writers like hemingway, fitzgerald, duane, harriet beecher stowe, the great american writers but remember the goals are always shifting for the they eyebrow. 20 years ago tolerance for different points of view but that wasn't getting the far left anywhere so then they shifted to demanding diversity but that they found to be limiting so they moved on again. lecturer paloma medina gave a tutorial to a packed auditorium how to establish true racial and gender equity in the workplace. >> we need to verbalize the right goal. the goal isn't diversity. the goal is equity. [applause] >> and sitting saying your formula diversity committee, hire outside experts to help you
audit and achieve equity in salary and promotions which you can do it in two years. you can. laura: look at those clapping field in the audience, don't even realize the speaker is showing for her own industry and her solutions would mean forcing a lot from the audience out of jobs and hiring others purely on racial and gender lines. the temptation is to laugh at this cottage industry for the perpetually aggrieved but that is a mistake. real racism is repugnant and everyone but the lowest of the low know it but what we are doing to our schools, workplaces, our everyday life is corrosive and divisive. the only people we really help by hiring, fire or promoting people based on immutable characteristics are the people getting rich off of teaching bitterness and virtue signaling where hard work and effort will
usually suffice and they are not alone. every piece of this garbage the hard left spout is treated as gospel by president biden and his entire team. >> america has a long history of systemic racism. >> systemic racism is a stain on our nation's soul. the knee on the neck of justice for black americans. >> the most improved equity between our countries, impose economic, political and social gaps that persist based on race, gender and other identity. >> they will use every bit of their power, that's a lot of power, to force you to live in a country dominated by the they i police which takes us back to the discussion that caught my attention earlier today. what a great country it is that in muslim american woman who arrived not speaking our language is far better first in the guarantees of our constitution and the meaning of
our declarations and countless nativeborn they i experts not to mention the buffoons now occupying the white house. think of tens of thousands of immigrants who become small business owners and successful professionals and did so without relying on government handouts or ddi mandates to clear the path for themselves. maybe it is time to focus more on parenting and less on complaining. more on showcasing talent and less obsessing on race or ethnicity and that is the angle. >> the left is branding parents as to mister terrorists for fighting for their kids. one virginia father getting arrested while he. the whistle about his daughter being erased in a school bathroom. he's he was deserving details and how the school tried to cover it all up next.
left and new monument of the right-wing domestic terrorist but what was the real reason smith showed up at the june school board meeting in the first place? because weeks earlier he says his daughter was sexually assaulted by a boy wearing a skirt a girl's bathroom at school. school officials attempted to cover it up. >> do we have assault in our bathrooms or locker rooms regularly? >> to my knowledge we don't have any records of assaults occurring in our restroom. the issue of assaults taking place for transgender students assaulting other students in the restroom, time magazine in 2016 called that a red herring. the predator transgender student or person simply does not exist. >> but that's not all. according to the studying expoée by the daily wire, who uncovered all this, it wasn't just loud
and school officials trying to brush this under the rug but the county's soros back prosecutor as well. scott smith joined me now exclusively. thank you for coming on the show. i know this is an emotionally grueling time for you and your family. tell us if you can what happened to your daughter and how loudoun county officials handle it. >> thanks for having us on the show. this is been a crazy three months but my daughter was sexually assaulted at the end of school in may of last year and, you know, i went to the school board meeting to see what was going on because i had seen this crazy stuff on tv after my daughter had been assaulted. there was some crazy stuff being
talked about, people for things or against things. i wasn't there, i'm good with gay people, cross gender people, everybody, anybody wants to be a good american i'm good with. i went to their to find out why our children weren't safe. and the next thing i know another parent activist approached my wife and started antagonizing her and i turned around and said stop and then i tried to tell the lady what had happened to my daughter and she looked me did in the face and said that's not what happened. that just struck me, how do you know what happened, you don't even know me and she kept going and the police came and the
officer was trying to help out, he said we needed to be kind to one another and i said okay, i turned my head and she started in on me again and threatened my family business, my livelihood, everything that gives my family was we need. she threatened to ruin my business on social media. the next thing i know i'm getting touched from oliver the place, i didn't know who was touching me, who was grabbing me. i turn around, the police are grabbing me and next thing i know i'm tackled to the ground. i'm just shocked and horrified. >> do you feel -- >> i do want to say we support our first responders and law enforcement. this didn't have to happen and this could have been handled a lot differently.
laura: i to ask, the prosecutor new about your daughter but the school board officials drinking their diet coke seemed bored by the entire conversation citing some article in some media publication that had nothing to do with what happened to your daughter or any other possible assault. today seem to have a compassionate or concerned reaction at that meeting in june? >> to what, to what was going on? laura: all of it. all the concerns of all the parents? >> know. they were tuning us all out. they were looking away, reading magazines. laura: the county sheriff's announcement last week, a teenager from ashburn has been
charged with sexual battery and the reduction of a fellow student at broad run my school, that suspect remains at loud county juvenile detention center. the name of the suspect cannot be released due to the fact that he's a juvenile. you say this is the same boy who sexually assaulted your daughter. how do you know that? >> this is in fact the sexual predator that assaulted my daughter. we were under the impression from the prosecutor that this sexual predator was being held on house arrest with an ankle monitor and would not return to school until these sessions were done. you are innocent until proven guilty, i understand that but we do have to protect everyone at the same time. laura: wish you all the best luck, your daughter especially, pray a special prayer for her tonight at all victims of sexual
assault, thank you for being with us. we all know the loudoun county school board of virginia is one of the worst, most radical in the united states, not only have they tried to brainwash kids with the city's divisive racial narrative but attempted to cover up sexual assault to protect the trans-agenda or what kind of agenda they have that hard to believe a single reasonable person among them but there's one and he joins us now. the loan conservative never loudoun county school board. take us behind-the-scenes of what it is like when you have in person meetings. what is going on? america wants to know. >> it has been a crazy past couple years and the most important part is i am grateful to be part of this busy voice for the parents, standing up for
all the things going on. they need a voice. many parents in the county think the school board doesn't listen to them. they come to public comment and speak and think the school board, listening to them, reading their emails, making sure their voice is heard when they have deliberations. laura: when you say voices heard that is political speak. what does that mean voices heard? don't they want their kids taught, they don't -- they want their kids taught the basics. they don't want politics. >> they don't want politics. that's what the critical race theory ideology, the teaching plans, they encourage teachers to read how to be in antiracist, he's a big proponent of critical race theory, they encourage teachers to use the learning for
justice teaching materials. it is in all the material. laura: didn't the naacp get you kicked off the diversity committee? is that what happened? >> they sent emails, pressure the school board because i don't agree with critical race theory ideology. i wanted to be on the committee to understand why they were pushing sexually solicit material such as strong support from this equity committee and it is part of this idea, this critical theory, gender theory, ideas that we have to teach these awful ideas to parents and students. laura: really quick, what's your message to parents across the country who are sick to their stomachs by what is happening in the public school system, your message to them, get involved presumably, run for school board, don't be afraid.
>> find out what is happening in loudoun county is happening all over the country, that's why i'm running for congress, these local issues are happening nationally and you can find out more but they need to look and use for your request and go to school board meetings, get involved and show their local school boards they care about their kids education and make sure their kids get the best education no matter what bureaucrats and what is to prevent that. laura: thank you for sharing this story. everybody has got to wake up otherwise you're going to lose your country. final thoughts when we return.
♪ ♪ >> laura: all the folks we highlighted on the show tonight have one thing in common: they are fighters. they are fighting to protect their own freedom, to protect their own families, and even to protect you. so on this thanksgiving, we are grateful for anyone and everyone willing to stand up against dangerous government overreach
and anyone who is trying to get between you and the u.s. constitution. keep doing it. your rights matter. for anyone and everyone willing to stand up against dangerous government overreach and anyone who is trying to get between you and the u.s. constitution was keep doing it, your rights matter, the truth matters, freedom matters. that is it for us today, thank you for watching and hope you had a wonderful holiday surrounded by friends and family. we truly are blessed in the united states of america. remember, it is america now and forever. greg gutfeld takes it all from here. >> friday november 26th, retailers across california bracing for black friday crowds is several liberalism was a struggling to stop out-of-control looting and robberies. >> many americans feel the burden of democrats soft on crime policies. so program being slammed over comment he made from inside his privileged hollywood bubble. >> speaking of privileged. >> america is back, there's