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after suffering one humiliating blow after another. the supreme court slapping down bidens facts mandate, inflation surging to the highest level in 30 years, while bidens poll numbers are plummeting to record lows. and it gets worse. biting getting called out by some of his own party for his unhinged voting rights speech in atlanta. kyrsten sinema crushing his plan to kill the filibuster before it even got started. as far as the pandemic he promised to shut down, cases are a record high. that is just a small taste of the major setbacks. press secretary jen psaki spinning like she's never spun before to try to clean up the mess biden has left behind. >> i promise to -- "build back better" is not going to pass, and voting rights will not pass. apparently illegal.
what happens? >> looked back at last year and what we were able to accomplish that includes getting the american rescue plan past. he also pressed, despite skeptics, to get an infrastructure bill passed. >> what happened to the guy who when he was elected said to make progress, we must treat our opponents as enemies. >> he was comparing the choice. >> the media that is tried to pop up and championed by it in every step of the way. >> president joe biden has had a very tough week. >> my goodness, every time i think the white house thought they've hit bottom, there seems to be a new bottom. >> it is hard to think of them as anything other than right-wing ideological -- they should all have right wing talk shows. they are not justices in the great tradition of the
supreme court justices. >> she did something that is extraordinary. she completely embarrassed, politically embarrassed the leader of our own party the sitting president of the united states. >> you know it's hit rock bottom in the clinton is getting involved. bill and hillary are swooping in and give del not giving joe biden advice on what to do next. if they offer you advice come i think it's a good idea to may be to be careful. >> hillary clinton wants joe biden's job. if he takes advice from her, he is as dumb as we think he has. here is my thing, a loss for biden is a win for america. think about this. some of these setbacks this week will actually be great for the country and the economy and may be even by extension, biden and company and the white house supreme court knocking down the vaccine mandates, well, it will help companies keep and hire workers. it will prevent the supply chain
problem from getting worse, and prop up the economy. again, they wanted to throw wrenches into the works of our economic system. that is not going to happen. the build back broader monstrosity is dead, $5 trillion welfare program -- that would have made inflation worse. that helps the federal reserve fight inflation. and keeping the filibuster intact means that the nation is -- it stays the course. it is not far left or far right. but how bad is it for joe biden? today a group of senate democrats, including joe manchin and kyrsten sinema, sent a letter to the white house wanting -- i'm going to paraphrase here -- wanting to know what is going on with the covid response? it was written by senator jacky rosen but also jon ossoff and mark kelly signed it. i think it's the third letter from congressional democrats this week that the $2 trillion
plan that jen psaki was bragging about, less than 1% was for therapeutics to treat covid. instead these people in the white house have been job owned about masking, vaccines, and testing be at all three of those have been a failure. >> they are going up a website live on wednesday, we will be monitoring that. and then -- >> i'm sure it will go well. >> jesse: it could take up to 12 days to shift the tests once you order it. 12 days. what is it, carrier pigeon? how are they getting them? >> what about ordering something today? i know you have a big weekend coming up. can someone for and an invoice and just order the tasks? we are not asking to intubate the therapeutics, not asking to innovate the vaccines, we are asking to execute. because you said that you guys had all the experience, you know how to do this, for years prior you had it great.
this is basically the same group. you've got susan rice, ron klain, you've got to fire everybody. you've got to clean house. this is a flat out disaster. for a democrat, where do you go from here? see if you can get some wins for the infrastructure deal was a win. when they had the electoral college decide that it's a problem and the vice president, whether it's joe biden or mike pence, or al gore, when they have to go gallivan the official tally, it seems to be an issue. there seems to be blow ups every time. let's just forget about that. and then i looked down and i say, what did he talk about today? he talked about doing police reform. what? police reform? we've been overrun in crime. carjacking 101. and now were talking about police reform. you are going to crackdown on cops? if there's anything that should be left on the side it is that.
you've got to look for something you can get some wins on. so talk to joe manchin now and great advice by the way, talk to manchin, find out what he wants, and pass it. the rest of the stuff, run on it. you want four more years? then you go ahead and say, i've got something better than "build back better." this is the best i can do. and lastly, the worst thing to happen to joe biden's for him to invite those historians to the white house to talk about fdr and lbj and for him to win those two senate seats in georgia. it gave them the sense that he could do anything even though he thinks he knows reality, he can't do anything. >> i was going to go to sandra next, but you just name checked -- harold ford jr., how bad is it? is it bad or is it really bad? >> i think brian's frame is the
right one. if you are in that white house note, and he had a lot of good points come i would disagree with some of them, but i think the overall thing is that it's not going well. he forgot to reset your whole frame. when you are president, you have two jobs. your first is your commander in chief. china, russia, north korea, iran. and obviously in the middle east. you think about the domestic challenges, we've had a few really emerge. crime, covid, again our border and supply chain. if i am him, i would sit back and say, what is it, to brian's point, how do we create within the thin majority we have in the house and senate, an agenda that's going to begin to address these concerns? from those concerns, firm them consistently. i would argue constantly. we've had this conversation around the table before, we all a very strong opinions about it, but i'm rooting for whoever the
president is. we want covid to be beaten, we want inflation changed, we want our geopolitical adversaries to know they can't push us around. the president has to reset, reframe. if that means bringing personnel around, he should consider that. he should consider it. he's got to get a frame, set, and a reset come and go out and meet people where they are. grab those winds that are easy wins in front of you, because one victory can produce another victory, and another victory after that. >> does he need to fire anybody? >> i don't know if he will have to, but can you imagine jen psaki wanting to stick around much longer after this? i mean, i woke up flipping the channel hearing cnn saying biden had a week from. the country is frustrated. the headline on axios was biden's epic failure.
i mean, jesse, when you are going on the list of all the failures just this week alone, i checked them off so i could go where you left off and you left out and inflation had its highest level since 1982. mcconnell taking to the senate floor to go after that speech he came in georgia. he was snubbed by stacey abrams and he finished the week thursday without lunch on capitol hill coming out to the microphone and acknowledging that is voting legislation is unlikely to pass. really couldn't have gotten my spirit i will leave off on this, jen psaki announced this morning that he is going to hold a formal press briefing on wednesday, press conference i should say, on wednesday, the eve of the first year in office for this presidency. that is thursday, that marks one year. how do they spin this? it's tough to even get what
victory they are going to be able to tout on wednesday. it has been a rough week, it is been a rough year, they better do a little bit of a... they better do a little bit of looking back to see where they can correct, because hillary clinton sees an opportunity. >> the worst possible thing to have happen. all right come up next, it is not just joe biden, kamala harris also having a terrible week after bombing and yet another interview. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> it is not just president biden, vice president kamala harris also suffering through a rough week. new team of aids was trying to revamp her image to save her political prospects. but that got off to a rocky start after critics say she bombed her way through this tv interview. >> it is time for us to do what we have been doing and that time
as every day. every day it is time for us to agree that there are things and tools that are available to us to slow this thing down. >> do we know when those are going out? should we have done not sooner? >> we are doing at. i urge people, you can google at. >> you get across town to a service you think is great, usually do google. >> do google? [laughter] jesse, what was that? >> jesse: that was bad, sandra. and everybody saw it because it was on network television. when i hear about someone that is trying to revamp their image, i know it is going to fail. remember al gore? he hired the guru, told him to wear earth tones?
when powerful people stink, they hire consultants to hide their stink. instead of making sure they don't stink. they try to masquerade from the public. you know the guy in high school he didn't shower? he just put on a lot of cologne? this is what kamala harris is doing. look inside herself, fine by people don't like her, see what she can do better. if i knew i was doing a network overview and i had the 28th% approval rating come i would lock myself in a room with all of my aids the entire day before and i would work the whole thing out. i know they'd ask about covid, the ticket, the testing. i knew it was coming and i would be fluent in it. what did she do instead? she walks into the interview like she's going on a canoe
trip. this is serious stuff. and a lot of people don't talk about this. she's a heartbeat away from the presidency. god forbid anything ever happen to joe biden. she is the commander in chief. is she confident kamala harris could calculate a risk assessment and a pacific theater of china or north korea. i don't think she could handle it. the library concerned about that. >> including whoopi goldberg on the view. listen. >> not only is it insulting, but it's just crazy. and i had this idea that we have no say over what is happening like it is already done and we shouldn't give -- >> it's disrespectful to vice president harris. people would say to me, when you retire or when you leave the show, who do you want to fill in for you. and when they go, it's a young joy behar.
these are very insulting things to say to people. >> i mean, kamala harris is even making that crowd happy. >> joe is worried about herself. no one else. just hang with me here, i have a theory. i don't believe that kamala harris got to where she is being this bad of a liar. she has to be able to bowl for a better than this. she is a lawyer and a politician, the two top career choices for charlatan. so this has to be on purpose, this performance. let that go, jesse. [laughter] she has to be doing this on purpose to spotlight how bad it is inside the body and don't biden administration. to highlight how bad it is inside of this white house.
it's like, if i'm blinking hard twice, help me. on that note, he said that she's been catching javelins for this administration all year. they put her in charge of the border. that is one of the biggest disasters. they are trying to blame her for it. james wrote this, time for harris to cut bodden those. how to start leading the country now and win the presidency in 2025. he said this team is losing and she can best help our country and herself by entering the political equivalent of the ncaa transfer portal. [laughter] >> brutal. harold, she's attempting this reset, she gives this interview, she bombs the interview. to jesse's point, why was she not more prepared? >> that's an interesting and probably the right question. i don't know. i do know this.
these are hard jobs, and she, i think, has to accept that. and the president has to accept that. i think her media appearances have at best been on even. it is probably reason for this. it's just not gone well at all. come back to what i said with the president. i thick the vice president has to understand what her theory or at develop a theory of the case around the things that she's been challenged or tasked with doing. and now she's hired a new communications person who i know well, who is smart, he seasons, he is tough. it's not going to be staff alone peered the vice president has to understand that if she is going to be judged and sometimes the judging is going to be favorable, sometimes it's not. but if you can't swerve off the court if you know what you are trying to go. she's been test with two big things. one being the border. if she is able to show progress there, a victory there, coherent policy there that we can follow,
the country can point to, i think she can find herself staring down an alley, a street, path, a victory that could come her way. there is no theory of the case. the press appearances are too uneven. >> to show progress at the border, she might have to show up. maybe that should be part of her image reset. >> he had trouble doing it with -- by the time it was done, trial and error, a few releases, few resignations, and he got it right. my fear is that they are doing it on purpose. and harold, i hope you are right. she just decided it's too hard. but i hope they want to eventually seal the border. i could not believe -- i thought this was the old headline. changes to reset their prospects. i read that headline like seven
times already. if i could do this one thing, i'm not really active by trade, but i'd like to role-play for a second and put myself in her shoes per jesse, would you help me with this? >> jesse: please. >> you be craig melvin. ask me this question, am i running for reelection? >> jesse: vice president harris, are you running for reelection with joe biden? >> yes. that's it. you say yes. that's all. that is all. liz cheney, that's not possible. i don't know, that's all. >> thank you, jesse. >> jesse: you're welcome. great interview. >> coming up, the crime wave is so bad that liberal cities are now offering up carjacking prevention tips for terrified residents. ♪ limu emu ♪ and doug.
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♪ ♪ >> jesse: a surgeon carjacking is getting so bad in the city of brotherly love that philadelphia police are now issuing a guide to help residents surviving. it includes various tips. like a list of hot spots to avoid. advising folks to be on high alert while in parking lots and on the streets with poor lighting. and it's not just better in other cities like chicago, minneapolis, cleveland, and new york city. we sought to violent carjackings in the same day less than an hour apart. jesse, you are from and grew up in felipe it if you are chief of police for the day, for the week, for the month, what would you do differently? >> jesse: first of all i would abuse my power and send a lot of people to my enemies and knock
on their door with guns. but in all seriousness, a lot of these things are happening with children, miners are doing this a lot of the time just for a joyride to just get some thrills, other times they lift the car and then they can sell it for parts. they will brag about it, post about it on social media. covid closed a lot of schools, still to this day, kids are out with no structure or disciplined. they've emptied the juvenile detention centers. a lot of these crimes, because of bail reform in philadelphia, car theft, or even secondary robbery, you could get booked and then walked right out afterwards. if you do this with a taser instead of a firearm, it's going to decrease the charge as well. i don't know, you've got to look at the tips. a lot of these things are crimes of opportunity happening at a car wash, and atm, or a gas
station. it got to have your head on a swivel. the number one thing, don't fight it. the car is not worth losing your life over. >> if you are mayor of one of these towns, minneapolis or new york, cleveland, or philly, what would you do -- what would you want from the federal government? i think we talk about the feds not doing enough, but what more can they do? >> it is terrifying what is happened in the city of new york. you don't feel safe walking a block, you certainly don't walk a few blocks. that is what the city is all about. it's happening in broad daylight. that attacks 55th and broadway. it is absolutely disgusting. it is not just on the coast we are seeing this happen.
you mention the spikes they are sitting. up to 21% and 2021 over 2020. that is a double-digit increase that is scary. the prosecutor mike o'malley is saying that it is brazen, aggressive, and violent crimes. the individuals that are doing this, they will destroy our city. and so many great american cities are just crumbling under the far left policies on crime. they are destroying the cities. for residents that are dealing with this right now, they have to vote for change, or leave. >> brian, what are your thoughts? >> a couple of things. cleveland is up 22%. new york city up 55%. philly has 90 already in january for the first thing i would do to your original question, i would ask the democratic governor to start recall on that d.a. and philly. you don't prosecute crime commute it's nothing but crime.
we are seeing that over and over again. i'm talking about most by democrats. my goodness, what pie chart do you have to look at to be anti-crime? be reasonable when it comes to people who are incarcerated, but first and foremost, make people feel safe. the other thing that is scary, to jesse's point, i was looking at the tips. and i'm not saying they have it well thought out, but i'm saying we can't avoid it. look out for hot spots like your driveway, parking lots, what else am i going to do with my car? what about gas stations? someone has to fill it up. my butler is fired. and look out for times when you get in and out of the car. so this is kind of scary. i don't know what to do about it. >> how comforted are you by this eric adams -- it's very early, but do you think new yorkers can have some confidence that there is light at the end of the tunnel? >> not with him as the district attorney. essentially he said the only
people who are going to be prosecuted are people who murder. a murderer. i mean, that has shaken the city and its all that anybody can talk about. with philadelphia it is even worse, they had a record number of murders despite the fact that new york had more than five times the number of residents. they figured man, it can it a whole lot worse. just watch philadelphia. this is the beginning of the death of a city. where you will have criminals not only feel like this is an open bazaar for them, but criminals moving into the city, they know they can get away with this. higher income philadelphians can leave and go elsewhere, but it is the low income individuals who can't leave. the money leads, and that is how you begin the downward spiral of
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fox news has learned that just after the national school board association sent that infamous letter to the white house in which it compared parents to domestic terrorists, america's largest educators union sent a very similar letter to social media giants urging them to "stop propaganda and describe parents in these terms" "the alarming growth of a small but violent group of radicalized adults who falsely believe that a graduate level courses about racism are being taught in k-12 public schools because of misinformation spread on social media. jesse, parents will not be silenced and this teachers union is awfully dumb for a bunch of educators to think that they can do that. >> they are whining to the refs like losers do. they're like oh, facebook, timeouts, that was a foul. someone posted me and don't mock something mean on facebook.
it's like, the same people you see in the club tapping the bouncer on the shoulder hey, player b and a little too loud and they spilled a drink on my loafer and its gucci, get them out of here. like, first they complained to big government, then they complained to big tech. this is a rambunctious country. these are passionate people. we have freedom of speech, freedom of assembly. this is how this country always has been because we care about life. you can't all of the side and start teaching them racism and then when the parents pick in and post something, you can't run and hide and say they are trying to kill me, lock them up. some say them. that is not how things work. these people need to get to gather, stop acting like children, talk to each other, and just finish the school year like normal people. >> this has gone further with merrick garland essentially
second because of that national school board association memo which again, we found out that the secretary of education requested the original letter. it is this circle -- going after parents and just in the last few days, the justice department forming a new domestic terrorism unit. who do you think they're going after? mama and papa. >> i really believe that the whole virginia situation didn't get out of hand because the media, we would not let it go. we just exposed it, we show the video and say, this is got to stop. my advice to the parent says, don't make it easy. don't lose your temper. write some points down, you probably have good, solid points. so the teachers are off the reservation. they organized the parents to fight back. that is part of the whole movement. it was organic, it was real. and i would say this, get the
kids back in school is the overarching things. it looks like kids are organizing, they are making their own demands, that is the new trend. and new york city, do not cave to the unions. cases are down from 90,000 to 30,000 to keep the kids in school, even if it's ten kids, do not break and go back to the virtual schooling. >> harold? >> i don't disagree much. i did take a note that jesse must've had a bouncer tapped, because he spilled something on somebody. >> i do think we ought to be more focused on teaching critical english, critical math, critical science and our schools. i've said it many times, if you want to show a politician that he or she is wrong come on elects them. i think that is a line that should not be crossed. but big tech is going to have to balance this one out and measure how they get involved, because parents certainly should be involved.
>> sorry, i didn't mean to cut you off. these big tech companies shouldn't be willing to silence these parents. believe me, the teachers unions are doing this because they believe they have a sympathetic ear. the big tech companies have look to silence -- these "look like a concerted efforts between the federal government and these outside groups." to interview with the first amendment rights of parents. he is the fight. >> the parents know they don't need facebook and they don't need twitter or tick-tock. they do old-school and go and stand out in front of their kid schools and at the camera show up, and that is how the american people realize, and parents everywhere, realize they are all in it together. these unions are all trying to get one over. up next, microsoft word goes low
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♪ ♪ >> the pc is going pc. microsoft planed to the woke crowd, new updates of their software. that will autocorrect some terms of don't like that are seen as not politically correct. instead of post man, they will do it automatically, they are going to use mail carrier or postal worker. if you actually do the drop-down menu, don't say mankind, they will correct it to humankind. and heroin becomes hero -- it also comes with the inclusiveness drop-down menu which allows users to filter by text, by age, by gender, and gender bias. so jesse, are you saying about time, so glad they did this? >> i'm angry, i'm off my pc. i saw the headmaster is also offensive. my father was a headmaster for his whole career.
my mom is going to be very upset when she finds out that headmaster -- i don't even know why? is it because of master, is that the connotation? my mom has been married to a racist person apparently her whole life. she's going to be shocked. >> another example is mistress, so offensive, but lover is so much better. [laughter] >> he mentioned mankind, that means the words of armstrong would be altered to humankind or humanity. also, cocoa cabana, and what she's saying that showgirl would now be altered to dancer, performer, or performing artist. new low is now personal low.
[laughter] >> would you change that? i did not know showgirl was a bad thing. there's actually a movie, showgirls, it did get a lot of box office. will you change software because of this? >> now. and i know some showgirls and they are tough cows. and i think they like being called showgirls. those headdresses are so heavy, you have to have a really big, thick, strong neck to hold your head up when you are wearing them. i think microsoft is messing with the wrong folks there. nobody uses microsoft word at home. everybody uses google docs, it is free. why am i talking like joe biden? anyway, microsoft word is used at work. microsoft is trying to help you avoid -- every company has a couple people who are going to get mad about you using the word "mankind" and they are going to report you to human resources. they are actually saving everybody in the workplace a
huge headache from the heretics who don't have anything better to do. >> a lot of people will look at this and they see the left-wing people pushing this forward and people like bill marr getting scared. he says, we are doing the craziest things in her party and it's scaring people away. we've got to snap out of it. it all fits in the category of cancel culture. >> i'm strongly opposed to that. great music coming and too. also, what's the word you have when you put in the five or you put in "fox news." i'm curious to see if they want anything differently on that. we've gone completely overboard with this pc stuff. there are some things i understand and want to be sensitive about, but we as a society, not just democrats, we as a society have to take a step back here and take a breather. >> thank you. tell your people to rein them in. meanwhile, one more thing is next. ♪ ♪
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>> jesse: time now for one more thing. tomorrow night, saturday, 8:00, it is the last episode of "watters' world." the final show before we move to 7:00 week nights "jesse watters primetime." so, everybody pay attention. last show. it's the highlight package, five to six years. some of the craziest stuff. obviously we had to include some highlights from the streets. here's a little taste. >> what territory does america buy from france? >> paris. >> benjamin franklin. >> we bought paris? >> isn't it -- benjamin franklin we bought paris? >> jesse: you are on to something with that that and a lot more. >> we have proud, everybody,
thanks everybody that made that show successful. >> congratulations, jesse. >> brian: now you make everybody look bad, sandra. i look terrible. congratulations. and here is the inside story. jesse got emotional on this final show. so definitely watch. >> jesse: i did. >> brian: you are going to love it kayla sullivan is a former reporter in oklahoma she now has a 2-year-old that had a meltdown at a restaurant. instead of just keeping it to herself. she decided to handle it like a reporter. watch. >> kayla sullivan reporting live from outside my son's bedroom where he is currently being detained until nap time is over. now this story does involve a minor, so i can't release specifics. but what i can confirm is my son is a 2-year-old terrorist who held me hostage at the olive garden earlier today. [laughter] >> brian: that is great. 30 million times, 5 million likes. fantastic.
right? >> jesse: fox needs to hire her immediately. she has got it. >> brian: absolutely. >> sandra: very good. >> jesse: okay, dagen, you are up. >> dagen: what do you do if a giraffe is chasing your car? you take a video of him. look at this. matt yardley this was down in a nature reserve in south africa. this young giraffe, it's a young male giraffe. owe was actually cared for by conservationists after being abandoned as a youngster. he is just actually having some fun with people. but he might still eat you. a good thing they outran him. >> sandra: amazing. >> jesse: almost got carjacked down there. harold ford severe weather? >> harold: jesse, congrats again. >> jesse: thank you. harold haferld biggest weekend of nfl football coming up soon your eagles are playing sunday. but dramatic rescue in colorado. caught on camera after 3 children fell into an icy pond. a good samaritan watched from her window and jumped into action and divine intervention she called it.
listen to this interaction here. >> used me to, you know. >> harold: children are thankfully all fine. parents praising those who rescued their kids. god bless them. >> jesse: great one. thank you guys so much. that is it for us. have a great weekend, everybody. see you back here monday. ♪ >> bret: good evening, welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. breaking tonight, u.s. officials accuse russia of trying to provoke a war by using russian agents inside ukraine. the latest warning is an incorporated occasion that the intelligence community in this country is more convinced russia is going in to ukraine with troops and it comes on a day that ukraine fell victim to a major cyberattack. the former soviet republic remains at the center of rising tensions between russia and the u.s. president biden has threatened major economic sanctions against russia if it invades. more experts tonight are are