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>> sean: unfortunately, that's all the time we have left. thank you for being with us. in the meantime, let your heart not be troubled. raymond arroyo filling in for laura ingraham tonight. we will see you back here monday. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> raymond: i'm raymond arroyo in for laura ingraham. this is "the ingraham angle." a group of scientists is calling on spotify to censor joe rogan show specifically because he featured the inventor the mrna vaccine platform dr. robert malone. today he is here to respond. since i'm hosting, we needed somebody to fill the friday follies void. thankfully, actor and director robert dovi stepped up and we have video of an unhinged director that you will not believe. get your space helmets and stay
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for that. but first of all, there is a new poll that caught my attention. it claims that 58% of americans believe democracy is in danger of collapse. collapse! i can see why they might think that. i'm not talking about the media fuel that january 6 narrative or a band of goofballs broke windows of the capital. citizens obnoxious trespassing are not a threat to the democracy. otherwise the doj would have a task force tracking down the rioters as well. the real threat is the one the founders identified. an tyrannical government that forces its will on citizens. regardless of what the constitution says. a good example is the biden administration's push to secure what it calls voting rights legislation. they are in mind the democrats have introduced versions of
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their election reform bills for years. they brought it to a vote around flag day they might have argued the bill has to be passed or you will never see old glory again. but with mlk day approaching, they made the bill about race. the president and his supporters quickly took up the refrain. >> you want to see the sign of dr. king or the sign of george wallace? >> if they want to go down in history standing on the side of segregationist and the individuals who oppose people who look like me having access to the ballots, we will remember them such. >> democracy in georgia. >> raymond: i didn't understand land ownership and careers are being denied to people of georgia based on race. herschel walker might want to file a breaking report. bob woodson will react in moments, but here's the truth. democrats lack the vote for the federal election in their own caucus.
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the only way to pass it was to destroy the filibuster in the senate and shattered the checks and balances of a branch of government. senators joe manchin and kyrsten sinema wisely were not willing to injure the country and their own parties prospects in the future to ensure passing of this one bill. rather than saluting them for standing on principle in the division, progressives are on the warpath. >> why do they call themselves democrats when they refused to do what the party leader wants them to do? >> i said you're going to be with me and get rid of the filibuster or i'm gassing up the jets on your behind and i will be in arizona and west virginia to let the american people who knows what standing in the way of my entire agenda. president biden, gas up the jets. >> raymond: okay. if you're advising joe biden mentioning the word gas given his undiplomatic flatulence in
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the u.k. last year, it might not be the best approach. gas up the jets. in the words of the secret service, he'd never find the jet. senators are not elected to rubber-stamp a president's wishes, but those of the constituents just so you know. even as the polls nosedive, it's clear president biden cares more about his progressive wing than the voters. he's hell-bent on jamming this voting rights bill through. the question is why? after a failed meeting with the democratic caucus, he finally admitted what this is really about. note the calm controlled clarity of the message. >> is this mic on? anyway. i'm not sure either. one thing for certain like every other major civil rights bill that came along, if we missed the first time, if we came back and try it a second time, who gets to count the votes, count
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the vote? count the vote! it's about election subversion, not just whether or not people get to vote! who counts the vote? who counts the vote? >> raymond: the president's right, this is not a voting rights bill at all. this is a loose election and accounting privileges bill. it's about rigging the game from one party. his. everyone has the right to vote today. but this federal takeover of elections would deprive the states of their constitutional authority to regulate elections. it also relaxes standards. the bill, in case you want to check up on it, requires not picture ids. four states to offer no excuse mail in ballots prohibits states from requiring witnesses or notarization on mail-in ballots. it limits state's ability to purge their own voter rolls. getting rid of unqualified voters. these bills introduce exactly the election subversion
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mr. biden claims to hate. it destabilizes and dilutes the votes of every citizen -- citizen, no matter your race because it will be impossible to verify who is voting or even if they are alive. i'd call that a threat to democracy. and congress will be taking more of your money. the voting rights will implement public funding of congressional campaign. that's right. for every $1 that liz cheney or nancy pelosi raises and donations, they will get six of your dollars, $6. how does it help your voting rights? don't ask me. it's politicians helping themselves. then yesterday, the biden administration's draconian vaccine mandate for businesses was struck down. the supreme court ruled that the government had overreached its authority. no worries.
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joe biden has another plan. >> i don't like -- you know, to outline the next steps we're taking against -- i like to outline the next steps we're taking on the omicron variant. >> raymond: here's what he meant to say i think. >> it's up to save an individual employers to put in place vaccination requirements. businesses have taken the step nearly 40% and only 100% have vaccine requirements. >> raymond: translation, we will simply bully states and private companies into implementing our unconstitutional vaccine mandate. even though it has no impact on infection or transmission. now the biden administration is upping the ante. today we learned they have weaponized the treasury department, threatening to pull millions of covid relief dollars from the state of arizona because the state forbids mask
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mandates and schools. we'll talk to the attorney general in arizona on the receiving end of this in moments. you can see the utter disregard for norms, the flagrant dismissal of the authority of congress, the supreme court, even the state. i thought respect for the other branches of government was at the center of american democracy. this mad power grab, we have an administration intent on stripping us of local power even over our elections. one that uses a virus to impose its will on all people and anyone who objects is subject to shunning, demonization, unemployment, and in some cases federal prosecution. being a good american is not doing as we are told by the federal government, and then being forced to fund our own subjugation. that's called autocracy. and might even call that the real threat to democracy. joining me now is bob woodson, civil rights activist, founder of the woodson center.
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i'm so delighted you joined us tonight. i want to play something for you. this is kamala harris today. watch. >> how can we talk to other countries about human rights? autocracies. if we in our own country see an erosion of rights that have been invested in the american people. >> raymond: is she really implying we are no better than china and cuba, because states have voter i.d. laws? >> absolutely. it's part of the whole process that progressives have hijacked to the rich legacy of the civil rights movement. really using it as a bludgeon against the country. as long as they can keep america in a constant state of agitation, anger, and resentment, they can easily control them. in other words, they're willing to sacrifice black bodies for
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black votes. even as they hijacked the civil rights movement, but what they are doing in new york for instance, they are tipping their hand. the mayor is now saying that 800,000 illegal immigrants now -- noncitizens should be allowed to vote. governor newsom is saying noncitizens, immigrants, also eligible for health care. also open borders undermining jobs and how are those three initiatives contributing to the social justice for black saying they are making these demands? the other point is voting rights, the biggest deterrent to voter suppression rather is apathy. in many other cities like washington, d.c., mayor elections and others, the turnout is under 6% in high crime areas.
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the same is true with most places because they live in a banana republic. that's what they are turning to protect. >> raymond: i went to rule something for you. want biden to double down on the so-called voting reforms. watch. >> we're concerned about voting and it's not the president's fault, but as circumstance. 19 states changed voting laws while he was talking infrastructure. >> raymond: bob, is this really a major concern for black america? mail-in ballots and no i.d. checks? what about jobs and schools that their children can actually learn in person from? >> it's even worse than that. they are talking about voting rights is the most important issue the black america, that's not true. but every day, a child is shot in america.
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four times the number of those children are black. i know one woman who lost all four of her sons to homicide before the age of 30. that's the crisis facing low income black america. it's not voting rights. so many murderers are occurring in today's run by black politicians in the past 50 years. if racism where the sole culprit, then why are blacks failing in institutions run by their own people? why are they feeling in the political system where all the control is in the hands of black politicians? the way you can avoid having to address this dilemma, but what i called the enemy the within the black community is what we must address and concentrating on voting rights as a deflection away from that reality. it prevents us from coming up with solutions that the center has been promoting and will
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continue to promote. restoration from within the community suffering. that's what we should be concentrating on. the one bob, you've done such incredible work and i think you for your clarity, ongoing witness, and you point out exactly what i was mentioning earlier. this disenfranchises everybody including black america. bob woodson, think of her being here. i mentioned earlier, the biden administration is punishing the state of arizona for unmasking school children using the treasury department in an effort to strip the state of federal funds. here to respond is attorney general of arizona mark brnovich. mr. attorney general, thank you for being here. the treasuries threatening to recall $160 million of covid funds that they already allocated, unless you mask up
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schoolkids in arizona. how can they do this? >> well, raymond, they should not be able to do this and i fought the biden administration import so many times, we had a lawsuit about biden administration's attempt to impose conditions on covid relief dollars and from cutting the income taxes. this is another attempt by the biden administration to impose the federal will on state. i know joe biden memory is bad but i assume he's around when the constitution was written and he should remember that the states created the federal government, the federal government didn't create the state. when congress passed the relief bill, they didn't impose conditions. he's the president, not a king. he started posing conditions of policies. >> raymond: we should remember, this is your money. this is my money that they threw out it's up to the states
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willy-nilly, not that they would add conditions to them. attach strings to limit a child's freedom in a school in arizona. the governments covid sparked mass fraud. michigan paid $8.5 billion in fraudulent jobless claims, and california's unemployment fraud hit $20 billion. the feds are coming after you, mr. attorney general? >> it's absolutely ridiculous and i would say one thing differ buddy watching tonight. let us never forget that any government whose big enough to get anything is big enough to take it away. in this country we have seen the biden administration progress the left and try to nationalize every think about whether it's socializing the economy, nationalizing the election, and trying to take control of the local schools. there is a fundamental question
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about why do we even have a federal deferment of education? why is the federal government dictating places like phoenix, arizona, or tucson that they have to teach critical race theory or have this policy or that policy. fundamentally, we have to get back to the notion that local issues should be left up to people in the states. it's not up to the federal governments to solve every one of the problems. we send tax dollars to washington, d.c., the federal government gets bigger and bigger. this is why they wanted the federal government to be limited. if that's what the constitution was designed to do because the framers understood government gets bigger, it becomes unresponsive, it becomes oppressive, and that's why you end up in situations where joe biden and aoc want to dictate our schools in arizona that they should teach this or that. they should have this kind of policy. it's fundamentally wrong. get back to the states looking for control. >> raymond: attorney general brnovich, it such a wise and important context because people lose sight of the message.
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when other municipalities and states across the country use this money which was relief money to pay off debts, help people with their runs, and now you all get penalized and targeted. it's outrageous. thank you very much attorney general brnovich. we will check and in the days ahead. the federal bullying does not stop there, and a federal agency has proposed creating -- listen to this -- a database containing the personal religious information of government employees seeking religious exemptions to biden's vaccine mandate. it gets worse. according to the heritage foundation, at least seven other federal agencies are setting up similar databases. joining me now is wesley jay smith, chair in senior fellow at the discovery institute center on human exceptionalism. you warned how the
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databases will be maintained and in this case abused. what's your reaction? >> looks like joe biden's making a list and checking it twice. he'll find out whose religious and nice. it's really an obnoxious and outrageous and chilling free expression of our religion. the point of keeping the records is keep record of people seeking religious exemption and perhaps punish those who do. >> raymond: they've been running down so many of the religious exemptions. in the military, there have been sent out to dismiss them. not granting religion exemptions right now and i imagine this will proliferate throughout other parts of the federal government. how do you see the information being used or possibly used down the line? >> it's seems to me that there is a great potential here that an employee of the federal government could think if i
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create -- ask for religious exemption, this could come to harm the leader in terms of my professional advancement. secondly, it seems to me that your violating people's privacy. it just seems part of a broader attack on religious freedom that we see coming from the secular level. >> raymond: i need to get your reaction to this. earlier this week, quebec's premier announced a new way to punish the unvaxxed. watched. >> we're looking at the contribution for adults accused to be vaccinated for nonmedical reasons. those who refuse to receive the first dose in the coming weeks will have to have a new health contribution. >> raymond: want a new health tax basically. how long before we see several policies crossing the border?
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>> i've seen discussion that if people do not get vaccinated, they should pay more or perhaps not even receive treatment. there was outrageous discussion of putting people at the back of the line in terms of receiving intensive care unit -- care if they refuse vaccination. you get the priority over somebody who has not received vaccination. the whole mandate issue and as you said in the opening segments, people who are vaccinated can still catch covid and spread covid. i have friends and family were vaccinated that have covid and having to quarantine. the fact that we will punish people who are unvaccinated and turn them into so many lepers is truly an outrageous thing. joe biden says he's a president uniter, he's actually tearing
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the country apart. >> raymond: we believe -- thank you for your insight. nearly 300 scientists wrote a very angry letter calling on spotify to censor joe rogan show. involving my next guest, dr. robert malone. he is here next on the new information overlords. stay there. ♪ ♪ think retirement would be the last thing on my mind. hey mom, can i go play video games? sure, after homework. thankfully, voya provides comprehensive solutions and shows me how to get the most out of my workplace benefits. what's the wifi password again? cool. thanks. no problem. voya helps me feel like i've got it all under control. because i do. oh she is good. voya. well planned. well invested. well protected.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what the heck happened to germany? in the '20s and '30s, highly educated population and they went barking mad. how did that happen? the answer is mass formation psychosis. when you have a society that has become decoupled from each other and has free-floating anxiety, then their attention gets focused by a leader or series of events on one small point just like hypnosis. they literally become hypnotized
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and can be led anywhere. >> raymond: now the psychotic masses are coming for joe rogan for the sin of having robert malone on. nearly 300 scientists are demanding that spotify censor rogan's podcast which is the number one in the world. they call his guests and joe rogan questioning vaccines and policies medically and culturally dangerous. they claim spotify by hosting the podcast is responsible for a sociological issue of devastating proportions. joining me now is dr. malone who of course was on that podcast with joe rogan and alex berenson author of "pandemia." i thought scientists were supposed to ask questions and test assumptions. i was being called dangerous misinformation. >> particular one of the leaders here is eric toefl. i am impressed the presses pick this out. this is 270 people, medicall writers, nurses, all kinds of people.
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in contrast, the declaration which is signed only by physicians and medical scientists, i'm the president of the organization. over 16,000. this is a huge kerfuffle over 270 malcontent asked origins led by eric toefl who is a shill for the administration at this point. this is a nonstory that has been blown up by the press. >> raymond: alex, you two havet been exposed to these bullies. it seems to be a trend particularly as concerns the evolving covid information where learning about day by day. >> yes, you're absolutely correct. i don't think dr. malone or those of us who raise can't do my questions about the virus any favors if he declares himself
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the inventor of the mrna vaccine. he doesn't do us any favors, that's a huge overstatement of the case. these are debates we should be having. >> raymond: this is not yet the -- >> wherever he is on twitter, or anywhere else. and so should i, and joe rogan provides a platform to talk and that's why they're going after him.d we are allowed to disagree. i can disagree with dr. malone, he can disagree with me. the solutions not to ban us. >> raymond: dr. malone, would you like to respond? i have to give you a few seconds here.: >> yeah, all filed in 1989, all covering the technology including the initial reduction to practice. all my name on it, i'd call that the initial inventor and i wrote the disclosures. that's a low blow.
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in terms of a colleague of mine that came back, it's widely used and they have flatlined their disease. both of your statements are going to fail with the test of time, but that's not this discussion. in this case, what we've got is 270 malcontents whining because people speaking the truth on joe rogan. as i said, we've got over 16,000 signatories that are assertings the exact same things. i'm here with the academic with over 130 peer-reviewed papers who has synthesized this on the basis of decades and decades of prior academic scholarly work. it's a scientist who is actively involved in nudging ergo's high ops -- >> raymond: i want to get --
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yeah, i don't want to run out of time here. e alex, very quickly. cnn jumped on the censor joe rogan bandwagon. they had one of the signatories of that infamous letter on here to watch this. >> as a very minimum, there'd be a warning signs and banners issued on the particular episode directing people to credible sources like the cdc or w.h.o. on vaccine related information, or other sources. i know youtube removed the video version of the podcast, but that podcast is available on spotify and that's a problem. >> raymond: alex, are the cdc and w.h.o. credible sources of information given their track record? >> now, i mean, the cdc -- the w w.h.o. earlier this week came out and said we should not be counting on anymore boosters. this is after six months of the cdc pushing boosters on the american people. by the way, i want to say one last thing.
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joe rogan was right. if there's a clip going around where he says that he believes myocarditis is how your postri vaccine then postinfection in young men. the data is clear on that. he's correct about that. it came out on december 25th that showed exactly that. joe rogan was right. by the way, right or wrong, censorship is wrong and content moderation is another word for censorship. this drive to try to get peoplee band must stop. it's un-american. >> raymond: we believe it. we'll leave it there. gentlemen, have a great weekend. it wouldn't be a friday without follies, and since i'm themo ho, yeah, we have a celebrity guest here. for an unhinged college professor caught on tape. much more. stay there for "follies." ♪ ♪
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>> raymond: it's friday and that means it's time for "friday follies"!
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♪ ♪ for that, we have a special celebrity guest star actor and director robert davi. thank you for being here. it's no secret that universities are a time incubator to ideology, but there is a professor ferris state university in michigan that's truly in orbit. if he welcomed his students this way, robert. >> i want to introduce myself before we actually -- as we say these days, which everybody knows me [bleep] [bleep] which means that we are all [bleep]. when you see me next week, i'll be t wearing this helmet. this helmet is actually $300. >> raymond: robert, i'm glad we are not doing this as professor barry mehler might say, but i'm a little miffed at you for not wearing your astronaut helmet.
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what do you think of the good professor there? >> welcome of the good professor obviously reminded me a bit of peter finch's meltdown in the network. your previous guest of dr. had said that the mask of consciousness of being put in fear creates a certain kind of behavior, and obviously what we are seeing from the professor is the kind of i think intense psychological distress people are put through through the pandemic. also, i went further and there was a clip later on in the video. >> raymond: let me show it and then you can tell us the source of it. let's roll this. this is a professor explaining why he was willing to trash talk his students. watch, if you dare. >> i may have [bleep]. [bleep]. i stand before you. we're going to [bleep]. [bleep] [bleep]. no administrators going to tell me how to teach my classes.
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because i'm a [bleep] tenured professor. if you want to go complain to your dean, then go ahead, i'll be retiring at the end of this year and i can give a flying [bleep]. >> raymond: oh, my lord. to explain to people, this is a dramatic interpretation. >> he showed after this rent a clip of deadwood which had a similar kind of theatrical ranting and heat use that and some of the students of the past classes said he uses these things and the language to get their attention and also as a sense of humor. but i don't know how you wasn't fine. this is kind of upsetting. a man in distress who is looking for it is tenured and in retirement. >> raymond: he needs a lot of help and i'm happy to report he has been placed on leave.
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roberts, maybe he should lose the helmet and embrace the mask. a new studies revealing that face masks make you more attractive to the opposite sex. who would've thought covering that your face was attractive. rate at the attractiveness of male faces without a mask, wearing a fescue, cloth mask, blue maske, holding up plain black book covering the area of the face mask would hide. here are the photos the womenma were shown. which of these do you think found most attractive? apparently the type of mask was important to the women anyway. >> i would think the light blue mask. >> raymond: you guessed right. it was actually that. the blue disposable mask. maybe the woman care more aboutr the looks than the environment. i'm going to show you masked and unmatched photos. tell me what you think is more attractive.. first up, who is the mysterious masked woman from san francisco? that -- and 1% or?
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what do you think, robert? y i'm like an optometrist, better or worse? better or worse? >> i like their whole face is covered. i think i would a lot better because i like the fashion statement that pelosi does with all her masks. she has them designed. >> raymond: the designer builds a mask with the outfit. but just to fulfill your desire, i don't think president biden ever looked more handsome than this. [laughter] >> it's an easy way for him to fall asleep and nobody to know about it. >> raymond: will leave it there. robert davi, i wish we had more time.. we'll check in with you soon and thank you for being on tonight. still ahead, we break downe the low lights of biden's worst week as president. don't go away. see what they are doing next week.
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♪ ♪ >> raymond: welcome back to "the ingraham angle," i'm raymond arroyo. it's been a depressing week for joe biden. on monday, the cdc reported record high new, look of the
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cases 1.35 million. tuesday, stacey abrams and activist ditched biden's speech in georgia. wednesday, a 40 year high and biden's approval hit a new low 33%.%. the supreme court blocked his vaccine mandate and moderate dems refused to got the filibuster. what a week. joining now is tom bevan, cofounder and publisher of real clear politics and jason chaffetz. fox news contributor. do the polls show anything working for biden at this point? >> not really. most of the polling does notin incorporate all the things you mentioned. we will probably see right now biden at 41.6% in the real clear politics average and his all-time low. you mentioned poll had him down 43% among all adults and 35% among registered voters. we will see new lows for biden in the coming weeks because every turn now they are just hit with bad news.s. nothing seems to be working and
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they don't seem to have any sort of course correction or reset in place that will help them get out of the spot they are in. >> raymond: it's a miserable situation politically for them. but as sad as it has been for joe this week, you know it's going to get worse when this is your understudy, jason. >> going to see the same democratic ticket in 2024? >> i'm sorry, we are thinking about today. >> others talk about a biden ticket in 2024. did you read the article? >> no, i did not. and i could really care less about the high class gossip on these issues. >> raymond: the cackle is gone, jason. that's not giving dems the confidence they need. g check out the headlines. "the washington post" writes harris' team looked to a course change to reset the political
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prospects. here's the new york o heir apparent or afterthought? the frustrations of kamala harris. harris is considering more tv interviews, jason, hoping itst will help her resuscitate democrats faith in her. is this the path forward? >> yeah, the biggest mistake as she did not get away from the office enough. the antidote is more television where she cannot answer basic television? the fundamental problem is that their policies suck. they make america worse. that only exacerbates the problem. they give it their best shot for the first 12 months and made america worse, they don't have something to fall back on. f it's certainly not their oration skills. they will not go out and wow a crowd. i don't know where they fall back to. but they've been blowing it.
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that they did it on day one, they did what they wanted. biden saying he wants to build bridges with infrastructure. he hasn't built a bridge with congress let alone with america. >> raymond: bridge to nowhere he's built. tom, i think one of the issues is that the white house is always making excuses for their failures. today jen psaki tried explaining away voters unhappiness. >> our message to them is that we are still fighting right now. we are dealing with the reality of the fact that we have a very slim majority in the senate and in the house. that makes things more challenging than they have been in the past. >> raymond: they were not recognizing the slim majoritiese when they tried to pass these absurd bits of legislation. >> that's the predicament that biden finds himself in. he promised to unite the country and promise to shutdown the pandemic. at every turn, he's taken sort of the confrontational role. not only with congress but red state government around the
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country. he finds himself in a very difficult position now where he cannot -- the bridges are burned, he can't unburned them. he has thrown his lot in with the left wing of the party and while that might energize the base in the short term, during the election year, it also risks turning off moderates and independents which he is doing in droves now. going back to the quinnipiac poll, down 25%. that's a catastrophically low approval rating among swingg voters that will decide a lot of the races and swing states.e >> raymond: it's really a delusional type of leadership where he imagines that he's got the super majorities in both houses the way he governs, and yet everything goes down in flames except for covid relief. the rnc is finally getting tough on the presidential debate commission. cnn's chris had the dumbest to take. he wrote there is no republican party these days outside of trump and his whims. the move by the rnc it isbe rightly right is the latest example of trump is successful erosion of any sense of nonpartisan entity.
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the nonpartisan entities to exist. they've been unhappy with debate moderators for years. this is nothing new. >> it's not anything new, you're absolutely right. we are half of the equation and until we come to a mutuale agreement, were not going to participate in the charade on having these far left moderators out there asking the republicans tough questions and asking softball of the democrats. by the way, the erosion of the support for the democrats just like tom said, that only happens when you lose your base, lose the moderates, you lose theus independents. that's all biden, it's got nothing to do with donald trump. >> raymond: i haven't seen a political sinkhole like this may be sincet' the carter administration. we'll leave it there. tom and jason, have a great
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>> we are launching a campaign called "not one minute."" people across the country, we will get them to say they will not watch one minute of the olympics because of all of the subjugation and oppression of minorities and dissenters of the regime. >> according to the "usa today," team usa is telling athletes to use burner phones while in beijing over fears of surveillance by the ccp grade we are teaching our athletes how to evade communist spies in 2022.
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with china's ongoing record of human and religious rights abuses, no one should be going to these olympics. that is before considering their awful efforts to hide the pandemic. skip the games. don't watch one minute of them. that is it for us. thank you very much. greg gutfeld is on next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> greg: my mouth, i have no control. happy friday. if there's anything we learn from covid, it's that our leaders and experts alike, and they suck. that's it, good night. [laughter] first, so-called leader, kamala harris, or as joel calls


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