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simple. wear it when you're indoors. when you're out of doors free. follow those rules. the right trying to tar and feather another democrat woman. no one is shocked. >> charles: the democratic lawmaker. the fact is it's a pandemic of a lot of vaccinated people as well. thank you for watching the show. now "the five" starts. >> hello, everyone. i am dana perino with jesse watters, greg gutfeld, judge jeanine pirro and harold ford jr.. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." he very happy new year to all of you, it's a brand-new year but the confusion over covid coming from the biden administration remains the same. america is seeing a spike in cases with the oma con variant expecting pete by mid-january. lines to get a tester exceptionally long pay people being forced to wait hours to
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get swabbed it could take days to get the results. there is no new mixed messaging from the cdc. last week the agency slashed the isolation. back to five days for asymptomatic covid patients but that guidance being directly contradicted. >> what we know is that the pcr test after infection can be positive for up to 12 weeks. that's not going to be helpful. you're not going to be transmitting during that period of time. >> about why we don't ask people at that five-day period to get tested. it's under consideration. the cdc is very well aware that there's been some pushback. >> dana: after backing lockdowns and mandates, some democrats appear to be taking a different approach. >> we have to live with covid and modify our behavior. another variant comes out, what are we going to do? shut down our city?
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we spent $11 trillion on covid. we don't have another $11 trillion. it's time to live with covid. >> dana: all right. we will taken around the box situation that we have. judge jeanine, you know that saying that if mom is unhappy, nobody's happy but i've a feeling moms across the country, there they are furious. they are trying to do everything right. they've been patient, vaccinated, taking precautions. this past week was just a complete disaster when it came to testing and all that anxiety about trying to get back to school, get back to work, it's all falling on these parents' shoulders. >> judge jeanine: it is following on their shoulders. happy new year, everybody. welcome to year three of covid which i simply can't believe. here's the truth. we had fauci saying we can do this in five days instead of ten days. you can quarantine as long as you don't have any of the symptoms. before you come out of
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quarantine, you've got to make sure you take a test. if you take the pcr test, chances are for up to 12 weeks it's going to say you still have it even if you don't have it and if you take a rapid test, we are not sure the rapid testing works. that's assuming you can get a rapid test or assuming that you don't get sick again waiting in line to get a rapid test. so everything is backwards and upside down and the only thing that makes sense in the introduction was when the new mayor of new york city said we have to learn to live with it. fauci has been flip-flopping since day one. what i am hearing now is i'm hearing no change. i think it's like maybe it's being motivated by politics and the midterms. we have to make sure people can go back to work and that we can lessen the time people quarantine, even though we don't know for sure whether or not they are better. >> dana: jesse, take a listen
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to dr. gottlieb. dealing with this for a couple more weeks. >> it's not going to last very long. we are going to be in the throes of this wave of infection for maybe a month. hearing the northeast i think you will see infection speak in the next two weeks. hopefully new york city does find a peak in the next two weeks. london, two to three weeks behind new york city has already probably been on the way down. it's a fast-moving infection. hopefully we are done with covid for a while and will have enough immunity in the population between vaccination and infections. we really need to get through the month. >> dana: before christmas the biden administration said they are going to get 500 million test and send them out. by the time the tests get there if dr. gottlieb is correct, it will be on the back end of this surge. >> jesse: dana, there is the science and then there is the science people say is the science to get to do what they want you to do. if you can tell the difference between those things you'll be fine. and now vaccinated democrats are
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getting breakthrough cases and they are having a breakthrough case of clarity and saying i can tell the difference. maybe we shouldn't be shutting schools down. maybe we shouldn't be firing nurses. maybe vaccinated people can transmit this. so you're seeing a retreat in the war against the virus by the left and they are circling back to where conservatives have been for months if not years. forget about what they say. look what they do. aoc flopped to florida after party in miami. she didn't go to california. doesn't seem like aoc is taking anthony fauci seriously? not even fauci is taking fauci seriously. slashing the quarantine time in half because he says we don't want to upset the economy too much. that is a consideration. now also saying masks might not be effective? for those people keeping score at home, that's three times they have changed their position on masks. the media is reframing it as a bipartisan menace.
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it shouldn't be a stigma attached to catch an covid-19. shouldn't be ashamed of catching the virus. oh, thanks, guys. where has that been? msnbc came out and said the flu can still be dangerous but we don't reorient our lives around the flu. that's basically what donald trump said two years ago and he was killed for that. cnn just came out with a report today, if you lose weight it might help beating covid. we have known that for a year and a half. where have they been on this? joe biden finally said you know what, guys, governors, governors are really going to have a lot of work to do. isn't that trump's position? the federal government can help the states? joe biden's entire presidency has been a fraud. we were supposed to put this guy in office because he was the one man, the one democrat who had the compassion to beat this virus.
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and he threw everything at this thing. now all of a sudden he is not the guy? the same people that push this lie that he could do it are saying you know what, can't do it. everyone is going to get corona. we can't live with it, no, we are all getting back to where florida has been from the jump. doc to be smart, got to be safe and you've got to be free. it's taking the democrats a little longer to get there. >> dana: is it a positive, greg? maybe if everyone is getting back to the same place where others have been all along, can we make some progress going forward? >> greg: i hope so. i mean, look at me. i am so alone. i'm alone. harold is not here. >> judge jeanine: we all are. >> greg: i am more alone than you are, judge. i am the real victim. i have been out sick for eight days with the flu, so i'm not getting any sympathy from
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anyone. i can't say oh, i got covid because i tested negative. so now i am sweating like an arsonist. i cough like a casino smoker and nobody cares and i'm sitting here alone like a brain cell in don lemon's skull. it is infuriating that the democrats in the media are suddenly getting it but it tells you the rule that nothing ever happens in the world unless it happens to them. this was true with covid. it was true with crime. it was true with inflation. all the big stories that affected the general public generally don't become an intimate reality especially with the media until all of all of a sudden it's their organically raised chicken that went up $0.33. or their pilates instructor got covid. then it's a different story. i think fauci really said it best when he was talking about, this was really about how much
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could we get the public to endure. how much could we get the public to take before they had enough? i think what we are seeing is that they realize that they pushed america pretty far. they can't push it, they can't push it any further. i always go back to the februar. that's when it's over. and not going to go after people for changing their minds when they get new information. i would congratulate them on coming around, even though they didn't give up the same best intentions when any of us said -- many of us at this fantasy tableside all of these things. we said that the omicron was going to be widely contagious but benign and would probably act as a natural immune booster. we were laughed about that and that now turns out to be conventionally expert advice. but we were way ahead of the game on all these things.
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people thought we were crazy. now we are expected now to say you know what, i'm glad you came around to our way of thinking. it's hard to do but we should do it. >> dana: i know. we always have to be the better person. harold. >> greg: i don't want to be a better person. >> dana: harold, you were elected to governments, i worked in communications. i've never seen anything like this. i think the communications breakdown is so bad that the only way they could fix it is to have a blank slate. >> harold: first off, happy new year and it's good to be around whatever table we are around safe and healthy. i think a couple things i don't necessarily disagree with totally with jesse or greg. i do think the three things that public health experts all around have said is that getting vaccinated and boosted will help prevent hospitalizations and death. i think they have said that these variants are growing up in
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unvaccinated communities. three, we should get tested. the administration has a challenge. fiu laid out very clearly right before christmas about the failures around the testing. hopefully even if we are to vanish omicron, which all the experts are saying from whomever you may believe. dr. fauci or dr. gottlieb, they believe we are near the end of it. i hope the administration will continue to invest in a testing regime largely because doctors redfield and admiral giroir believe we need that going forward. i hope the people who have made mistakes along the way admit that they have made mistakes, whether they are friends of ours or others. the fact is the virus, we find ourselves in a good position to beat omicron because it's receding, we should all be proud of that. >> dana: looked at harold trying to help us be better people here in the new year. 2022. coming up, covid threatening the classroom.
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teachers unions trying to force kids back into lockdown.
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like dr. fauci are saying school should stay open. >> we have done the balance so many times over the last year about the deleterious effects of keeping children out of -- in physical presence in the school. it's very clear that there are some really serious effects about that. it's safe enough to get those kids back to school. >> there is a level of urgency that we shouldn't lose around making sure that our children learn in person. the impact of hybrid learning, the impact of remote learning is very real. >> jesse: george, the chicago school districts have received 3 billion with a b from the taxpayer since this pandemic began. they can put in ventilation. they can put in the hand sanitizing stations. they can build a plastic igloo around each individual teacher's desk to prevent this but they still don't want to go in the classroom. what more do they want?
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>> judge jeanine: why would they want to do any of that stuff if they can strike and i think they call it a remote work action which is a strike, which is illegal. saying we are not going back to work unless it's safe. now the teachers union at odds with the administration. remember it was the administration, or so it seemed, the cdc taking information from randy weingarten and the united federation of teachers. all of a sudden there's this break where the teachers are like, we want to make sure all these kids are tested and are tested negative. we just went through this. you can't get enough tests to test the kids to begin with and now you want to create this impossible hurdle so that you don't have to go back to work. this is what's at audience. the administration is facing 2022. they know the moms in america have had it. they saw it in virginia.
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know all this nonsense where even "the washington post" is coming out and saying it's really time to kind of weather through this severe illness is really uncommon among children and all you teachers are vaccinated. get back to work. >> jesse: the judge said politicians are at a crossroads. they are going to have to either side with the teachers unions or they side with the students and their parents. what are they going to do? >> dana: i wouldn't be surprised to find out that michael cardona was speaking in his personal capacity and not as secretary of education. i think the reality has caught up with them. i think many of you probably saw over the past week cheryl atkinson at cvs pointed out just how horrible the lockdowns have been for use. everybody nodded. they get it, they know it's happening. more research is going to come out that it will show it was so
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harmful from suicide rates to plunging test scores. the inability for them to get back on track. teachers complained there are behavioral problems in the classroom. you think so? because you kept them out of school for a year and half. recently there's a big article in "the new york times" that really puffed up randy weingarten and said she was very much trying to keep kids in school but then as the judge pointed out, we have the actual emails from the cdc and the school district that basically said teachers wanted to keep schools close. so that's something that's going to lead into this question of who do you side with, the parents if you want to win the election where the teachers union if you want to get political donations? >> jesse: what do you think the real reason is some teachers don't want to return to the classroom? >> greg: because there's no incentive for them to return. joe biden said today that
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capitalism without competition is exploitation. he was talking about the meat industry. i would reckon that could be applied to education one of these days. this is truly a teachable moment, literally. here is the area that you could say arguably suffers the most, education, it's the one that combats intensely at any outside influence that smacks of competition. imagine any industry dealing with children like this. they can't offer an alternative child seat. they only make one car seat and it sucks, right? we've got to buy it and by the way, we are not going to be in the car with you. good luck. they're making one product and because there is no competition, there's no push for school choice, they can make that product as bad as they want it to be. they don't have to go. so this pandemic, the teachable moment finally we have one, it shows that you need school
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choice, affordable school choice or you are going to end up in a bizarre hostage situation where your kids are basically held captive by people who don't want to work. >> jesse: harold, last word. >> harold: this strike or whatever it is called should be avoided at all costs. i think you've laid out, all of us have laid out in clear ways the social, mental, emotional and educational negative impact this has had on kids. some of the demands that the teachers are making around masks, many of our public health experts as you noted, dr. fauci, dr. redfield and others, they all agree kids should be back in school that we have some consistency in the mask and that they shouldn't be cough masks. i would encourage mayor lightfoot and others, one of the things that's best for kids, put aside the electoral politics for a moment, to find ways to get teachers and students back in school and for us to be competitive against china, we have to continue to educate our kids and at a
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minimum help them catch up from the year they missed last year. being outside of the classroom certainly does not aid us and enable us to do that. >> jesse: it sure doesn't great up next, the never-ending nightmare at our airports getting even worse. thousands left stranded.
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since christmas eve, there's been a staggering 15,000 flights called out. passengers have had enough. >> this is a southwest flight. it would change about every 5 minutes it would be another 6 minutes delay. >> it was canceled and i tried calling them. for 24 hours. chatting, anything, leaving messages, nobody returned my calls. >> to spend the time, nothing to eat. stevie all right, it started out one of the busiest travel seasons. jetblue said they had more staffing since the pandemic started. what really happened? >> jesse: probably a little covid but here's my selection of the faa is listening, seeing a pilot test positive, pair him up with another positive pilot,
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make them copilots. so what if they smell. you're not going to sniff your way to my destination. i'm not going to jump in the cockpit and sit on his lap and ask him to pin the wings on my vest. they stay in the cockpit. i went to florida with jesse jr., the flight was delayed for an hour, he was an angel. slept most of the time. he started a "let's go, brandon" chant we landed. i was like, where did he learn that from? on the way back we had a four hour delay on jetblue. so we took the children's tylenol and started giving it to jesse jr. to knock him out and then he kept spitting it up. we kept on giving him more because we didn't know how much he was actually ingesting. we were worried, did we give jesse jr. too much children's tylenol but then he was just cranky. he didn't really have a good flight. he cried the whole time. we landed on jetblue gave me a
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$50 voucher. $50 goes a long way. >> judge jeanine: jesse, i don't know how to break this to you but i would prosecute parents who gave their children too much drugs. anyway, i'm going to move on. i love delta. i fly delta all the time. delta is the best. >> greg: no, they are not. knock it off. >> judge jeanine: they are. harold, the delta ceo calls the cdc and apparently says you've got to cut the isolation time. the seat he says okay. they go from ten to five. this happened with randi weingarten. what is with the cdc? how political are these people? >> harold: that was a smooth segue from jesse's parenting advice so thank you. young jesse needs to hang out
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with uncle harold on a plane every once in a while. i think judge jeanine, running an airline on any day, on a good day, it's hard. you throw a schedule mishap, you throw covid, weather. you've got a real challenge. what he did was to assess how his pilots and how his workers were adjusting and more importantly how he could best serve his customers. i think he made a recommendation that evidently the cdc and others have been considering it is probably the smart thing very jesse's idea about peering the pilots who may have covid, there may be some value in thinking about how you might be able to utilize those who are asymptomatic and have tested. i think the five day quarantine is probably going to help airlines as we move into spring break and some of the other winter breaks. busy times. >> judge jeanine: 's i will go to greg next. greg, is it better to rebook or
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stay with your airline? we heard a woman say she waited and waited and nobody answer the phone. >> greg: is it just me or did you get the feeling when you were watching tv that they kept interviewing the same people? i was so over the airport porn. it's like okay, we get it. this is what happens. elon musk made a really great point. if you lived your entire existence, your entire life on a plane 24/7, your risk of death would be lower than in your current life. so maybe if we all tried to fly more and live more on planes, we would be healthier. the challenge here is not the testing. it's what do you do with the results. it's entirely possible to create a natural lockdown that shuts down on the economy for good if you do not know what to do with the results of tests that have a high frequency of being wrong.
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rapid testing can be wrong. you don't want to shut down and economy. i returned to the fact that experts are in charge because they are paid for the data. the leaders aren't in charge because they are paid for by the elections. it's up to us to shout mission accomplished. we could do it on february 1st because no one else is going to say it. it's up to say it. get on with our lives. pilots are doing great. airlines should be doing better. it's all complete panic. >> judge jeanine: dana, can you give us some final words? >> dana: i would go back to what i started with in the a block. if you are a mom and you just went through this and you get home and you find out that your school district is demanding a negative test before your kids can go back to school on monday but there is no test to be had in your outside for three hours waiting and your kids get sick because they are outside for three hours, it's all building up. i wouldn't be surprised to see president biden's numbers fall
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♪ ♪ >> greg: president biden facing new trouble in the new year. the far left reportedly sizing up a challenger to primaried by and if he seeks a second term. a progressive strategist explaining why. "he is deeply unpopular. he's old as [bleep]." must've been talking to dana. "he's been largely ineffective and i think he'll probably get
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demolished and the midterms." even msnbc things like this become liability for the democrats. >> it's difficult when you have the biden administration struggling in so many parts of the country. speak with the two things you think you need to make sure he has accomplished by june of 2022 in order to raise his numbers so he's not sort of an albatross on the neck of democrats? >> greg: all right, harold. i see right through you. i know what you're up to, you democrat. what you're trying to do is you're trying to create this fog of progressive challengers to help joe look moderate and look sane and america fell for that before but we are not going to fall for it again. i see right through you, harold. right through you. don't look away. >> harold: you might but i would put it in historical perspective. when president george w. bush got a challenger to the right and pat buchanan, he lost.
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jimmy carter before that and teddy kennedy, he lost. i think when you think about the kind of challenges that our president faces, you don't want him from in your party. it certainly smells challenge for you and your election year. i don't know what will happen in 2024 but crime, covid, supply chains and inflation on the border, if they focus on two or three of those, they could find themselves in a better spot. i would urge progressives. i don't know that pollster or the person that you quoted in the piece but if you're serious about helping joe biden and the country, past something. take victories that in front of you. help every american. i thought phil levine, the former marriott miami beach, had a great post in the new york post. outlining things that democrats should be for. if you can't find phil levine's piece and you're having difficulty understanding what it means to get a win, look to the new mayor of new york. look at what he's about, covid and crime and moving the city
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forward. the democratic electorate and new york elected a mayor that is probably to the right of joe biden on things. that's with the democratic party's. those who think we are progressives or progressives who believe we are going to win with this kind of messaging they are presenting, i think they are dead wrong. >> greg: all right. harold, essentially you're saying that he will be impeached. [laughter] judge, let's get down to the most important question, old as [bleep]. what do you think the bleep was? >> judge jeanine: dirt. i don't like that you were initiating dana with that one. >> greg: is technically dirt. it is a form of compost. humans make their own dirt. >> judge jeanine: i want to say one thing. here's the thing. harold, you made so much sense. all it is is about doing something for the american people. we are fed up with people who sit there and do nothing but complain and watch the lunacy
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that is going on around us. we are fed up with it. we work hard. we pay our taxes, we do everything we are supposed to do and we expect and they expect we are going to say yeah, we want joe. yeah, that administration is doing great. one thing that you left out, harold, afghanistan. that was the most outrageous thing that happened in the whole year as far as i'm concerned. this is about them working for the american people. if they can't do it, get out and get them out. >> greg: jesse, what are your thoughts on this command between feeding liquid viagra to your pets. >> jesse: the apology tour has to continue. i have gotten so many text messages from my mom. i haven't heard this much for my mom since january 6. [laughter] mom, i was being irreverent when i was telling the story about the children's tylenol. it did not happen that way.
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i hope that was clear. [laughter] with that said, if i was a member of the squad, i would want federalizing elections, socialized medicine, tax hikes, gun grabbing, the green new deal. joe hasn't given me that because he has been blocked by the courts, the constitution, and joe manchin. but he has met them halfway, given them open borders and reckless spending. there are still not happy. they want 100% of their agenda. they want total control over your life. people in the audience have probably dated other people like that we know how painful that can be. but do i feel sorry for joe biden? no. i work at fox. i want to see disarray on the left. it's good for america. it's good for our ratings. i want to see this guy primaried by rich liberals, crazy liberals, so much so that they can hit the threshold to pop the debate so he has to argue with communists about whether they're going to fund solar paneled
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slavery reparations. >> judge jeanine: which squad member would you like to see run against him? >> jesse: aoc comes to mind. >> greg: i would prefer ilhan omar so we could see her brother. who am dana, i'm not a big fan of ageism. saying that joe is as old as bleep. >> dana: you know people who are his same age, 78, they seem a lot younger or a lot older. they have to dance with the one that brought them. the good news for republicans is that no leader in the democratic party is listening to harold. >> jesse: no offense. >> dana: what did you have today? senator schumer says i am putting the stakes down in saint by martin luther king day we have to have this voting rights bill passed or else we have to
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change up the filibuster rules knowing that they don't have the votes for it. just like they didn't have the votes for build back better so they constantly set themselves up to step on their own feet. >> greg: don't step on any rakes. coming up, and an nfl star having a meltdown on the field. what set the whole thing off next. on ancestry i discovered more about my great-great-grandfather baptiste caretto. ancestry threads all of the little facts together into a narrative so you get to feel like you're walking the same path they did.
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♪ ♪ >> harold: nfl star's epic meltdown is getting a ton of attention. tampa bay buccaneers wide receiver antonio brown stripping off his uniform and dancing his way out of the stadium in the middle of the game. the wild scene reportedly started after a dispute with his coach about getting back on the field. his quarterback, tom brady, offering support to his former teammate. >> you know, we all love him. we care about him deeply. you know, we want to see and be his best and unfortunately won't be with our team. i think everyone should be very compassionate and empathetic
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toward, you know, some very difficult things that are happening. >> harold: jesse, mental health, you and i. when you think about what tom brady said? >> jesse: i don't know if he has early onset cte. i dunno if he needs to be medicated. obviously if he has mental problems he needs help. that goes without saying. he could just have rotten character. the guy has been cut for the last three straight teams he's been on. he has blown up his career. he has done some really bad things. what happens of gutfeld terraces shirt off, storms off the set in the middle of our shuttle because he has a little dust up with our executive producer? >> greg: you wish. >> jesse: the ladies would love to seem shirtless but do you think people go around to the media, i hope greg gets the help he needs. no. they would say he's a narcissist. he is a pompous narcissist who has been coddled because he has so much talent.
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the only reason to keep them around is because he runs a set of 4540 and catches anything that gets near him. not talking about gutfeld. talking about brown. >> harold: greg, your name was invoked. how do you see it? >> greg: jesse hits on important point. only really, really good looking people in great shape can take off their shirt in public. let's point this out. he's in great shape. you don't see a lot of pro bowlers doing this. i watch a lot of pba on the weekends. they never take their shirts off. you look at these guys. definitely works out. i will say the requisite, i hope he gets the help he needs. we have to tack that on to everything, including a tactless joke i made. >> harold: dana, mental health and football don't seem to go together. it supposed to be a tough sport. how do you think a guy like this and maybe even others are able to address these kinds of challenges?
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>> dana: i think you saw it, this past year. simone biles then the lovely tennis lady that i can think of her name. >> harold: naomi osaka. >> dana: they've been public about it. they are talented. maybe they focus on it and get that. i will save greg ever does that, jesse, then what you need to do is stuff him with children's tylenol. until he throws it up. [laughter] >> greg: children's tylenol is exactly what i take. >> judge jeanine: the only thing i have to say is i love tom brady. >> greg: control yourself, judge. >> harold: he was good about it. "one more thing" is up next. once upon a time, at the magical everly estate, landscaper larry and his trusty crew... were delayed when the new kid totaled his truck. timber...
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>> dana: it's time now for one more thing. i want to tell you about this story. back in october equipment manager brian redd hamilton had no idea that he had a cancerous growth on his neck. but there was an eagle eyed fan, she saw it. aspiring doctor. she wrote a message on her phone and she pressed it against the plexiglass, turns out she was right. here is what he had to say. >> naudia, the kraken and the canucks cannot thank you enough and together we would like to give you $10,000 towards your college tuition. we know you're going to make a phenomenal doctor. >> dana: she said she absolutely saved his life and she has been accepted into multiple medical schools, so way to go naudia. fantastic. i like that story, greg. >> greg: not a bad story at all. let's do this.
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this is fun. greg itchy wombat news. you know what? there is nothing more annoying that an itchy wombat. that's not a euphemism, judge. i feel like this should have a sound track. >> yeah, there you go. that's a wombat. [laughter] >> dana: might need some children's tylenol. itchy wombat. all right, jesse? >> jesse: itchy wombat. i'm not going to forget that one. here are vacation pictures of the fam down in florida. we were in naples spending time together. we were at camp yellow my favorite restaurant. there is jesse jr. on the plane hanging tough. there he is is mom in the pool learning how to swim. and he is in that phase where he puts everything in his mouth. gutfeld hasn't gotten out of that stage but he should understand. there we are. >> dana: he's so cute. jesse, i hope that we are back
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in the studio soon together so i can hold your hand the next time you go down that road. harold? >> harold: dana, i loved all of them. i loved yours a lot. two kids, eye lean and alfredo born in monterey, california 15 minutes apart. guess what? one was born 2021. one was born in 2022. alfredo 11:45 and his sister joined him right after the new year it is estimated that 1 in 2 million twins are born one year or the other. congratulations to the family or being the last and first probably born in 2022. >> dana: gluj. >> judge jeanine: we talk about going on a diet and eating healthy foods. take a look at this michigan. dressed like a reindeer and chowing down on a carrot. i can't say i love carrots as much as he does. i love his thiewm.
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enthusiasm. he has reindeer ears. >> dana: i might try that with percy tonight. first day of day care today. >> judge jeanine: how did it go? >> dana: shy at first but really got into it. i'm sure you will be seeing pictures and video coming to you soon one more thing. that's it for us. happy new year, everyone. "special report" is up next. hi, bret. >> bret: happy new year. congrats for the first itchy wombat of 2022. >> greg: you got it. >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. fda advising booster shots for kids as young as 12. sound health policy or public pressure are driving certain cdc recommendations. plus, questions on how to get students and staff back to class. as some schools require testing to return during the nationwide shortage. speaking of trust frustration and anger. for thousands of other americans left waiting in


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