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a three thousand dollar scholarship starting with your first explore" your opportunities at phenix that you your shipping manager left to find themselves leaving you locked you need to hire. i need indeed indeed you do indeed instant and instantly delivers quality candidates matching your job description visit and be .com slash. >> good evening and welcome to tucker carlson. we want to begin by noting something obvious because this is the obvious show. if you live in the united states, you may have noticed that many of our public spaces have become permanent homeless encampments. you see trash filled tents blotting out what were once green and tide public parks. you step over vagrants and drooling unconscious on the steps train stations on the way to work you watch as smoke mess without any
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embarrassment at all and then yell at pedestrians on the sidewalk maybe eat your children everywhere at every intersection there are beggars. it's what we used to imagine india was like. but this is not calcutta. this is new york and san francisco and austin, texas. so the question is what happened? and the short answer is our leaders did this no matter what they tell you, homelessness is not an act of god. it's the result of economic collapse in this country. america does not run out of housing. instead, a determined group of well-funded ideologues decided to make it easier to live on the streets in this country while doing drugs. therefore, many more people now live on the streets while doing drugs see not complicated in twenty five , an unemployed alcoholic called basil humphrey enrolled in a rehab program in boise, idaho when humphrey refused to stop drinking the rescue mission kicked him out. those were the rules and he spent months sleeping outside. so many do. eventually local authorities ticketed him for camping
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on public property. that was the law. the story would have ended there except at a huge corporate law firm in new york city called latham and watkins took an interest in the case on the other side of the country. now typically laitman watkins represents wall street banks and prominent democratic officeholders. but the firm wanted to change vagrancy laws to increase homeless. what did they want that we don't know. but the firm filed a lawsuit basil humphrey's behalf against the city of boise. that suit made it to the ninth circuit court of appeals. in twenty eighteen, the court declared cities have no right to criminalize homelessness in fact, the court ruled cities have an obligation to provide free housing to the homeless at public expense. the supreme court later upheld that ruling. the case was known as martin versus boise and it had exactly the effect that laitman watkins intended. city officials across the country no longer had an obligation to protect the public and public spaces from drug addicts who decided to live in them. at the same time, politicians suddenly had access to
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a massive new source of cash taxpayer money. many billions in taxpayer money for something called homelessness prevention. now what is homelessness prevention? of course it's the opposite of what they call it. as always, here's seattle's interpretation of homelessness prevention. >> a handful of seattle's more than 12000 homeless will soon be going from the street to a new apartment with stunning views of the space needle and puget sound using part of a chair of the one point nine trillion dollar covid relief package, the city bought three brand new apartment buildings for fifty million dollars for one hundred and sixty five homeless a price of three hundred thousand dollars per unit in los angeles. skid row is about to get a new neighbor a 19 storey high rise for homeless, costing taxpayers one hundred and sixty million dollars or five hundred and eighty thousand dollars per unit. they're part of an expensive push to get the homeless off of sidewalks and out of city parks and into government subsidized
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housing even if it means buying new buildings at market rate from developers. oh , stunning views. the space needle and puget sound. do you have one of those? well, crackheads do more than half a million dollars per apartment to house drug addicts at public expense at market rates. so you can see why real estate developers would strongly support a program like that and of course they strongly do. but luxury apartments are just the beginning. seattle's most recent municipal budget allocates more than one hundred and fifty million dollars to other so-called homelessness programs just this year. now keep in mind seattle has fewer than seven hundred and fifty thousand people living there. that's an awful lot of money per bome. it's certainly a lot more than anyone else is getting in seattle. at the same time, it was giving overpriced condos to drug addicts. stunning views of puget sound. seattle allocated just ten million total for its small business stabilization fund designed to keep family businesses from going bankrupt during the covid lockdowns so
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the city's priorities could not be clearer than that . you lavished money on the least productive, most antisocial parasites in our society and then you punish americans who work for a living. >> got it. and it's hardly just seattle. the latest city budget in san francisco proposes spending six hundred and sixty seven million dollars on something called the apartment of homelessness and supportive housing. and yet at the very same time, san francisco's department of children, youth and families gets less than half that amount. a city program designed to help low income families pay college tuition gets to sixty million total. that's about two percent of what the homeless get. so in san francisco it makes sense. in fact, it pays to get high on the sidewalk. don't bother because education nobody cares. that's the message from the city couldn't be clearer in austin, texas, the city's budget for homelessness assistance with sixty million dollars last year at the very same time, the city of austin spent just three point
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five dollars million in new loans for struggling small businesses and only seven million dollars for quote mission critical infrastructure and deferred maintenance at city facilities like the things that matter and at the same time as this is going on , the police department, the city of austin got an 11 million dollar budget cut. so what happened to the homelessness in austin? the problem they were trying to solve? well, to no one's surprise, it has grown by 10 percent in just two years. you get what you pay for when you pay for homelessness, you get a lot more of it. see how that works in los angeles, politicians have spending billions, quote, fighting homelessness. this has been accompanied, of course, by a massive increase in the number of people who are homeless. four years ago the city spent four hundred and forty million dollars in what it called solutions to homelessness that was supposed to fix the problem, didn't homelessness in los angeles jumped to 15% just last year. so this year l.a. will spend more close to a billion dollars on the homeless in twenty twenty two as for the small
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businesses crushed by the city's lunatic covid restrictions, you ask will they get what i get? sixty two million dollars total the city's gang reduction program gets about half that so politicians in los angeles are at the very least very clear about their priorities. what is this done to l.a.? we don't have to look far to see the answer to that . last week a homeless man walked into a furniture store in the west side of los angeles and murdered a graduate student who's working alone there. he stabbed her to death for no apparent reason and then walked out. he's still at large . she was twenty four . now she's dead. today her father told fox and friends that he hold city officials responsible for the killing. watch prepandemic. in our society right now, everybody seems to be oriented on giving back the rights in the sunni favor on people that rob others of their rights. we should be celebrating the good of the people
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and trying to recognize the vaxxed the job they have is to try to elevate that to make communities better, to make people care more , to not tear down communities by exposing them to people. they're falling out of bottom that really don't care about the other human beings and just things they can do whatever they like in our society and they are doing it more and more in every community. >> pretty composed for a man who just lost his child. he's absolutely right. focusing our attention and our money on people who contribute nothing who only detract from the project that is this country don't help their communities or anybody's community who hurt other people who live solely for themselves ,who are a danger to the rest of us. that's insane. and so that girl died and she wasn't the only one . last month in los angeles, a man carey bell murdered a 70 year old emergency room nurse. she was on her way to work.
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one of the people we should be celebrating now she's dead. who's the man who killed will bell had a long criminal record, had a prior arrest in l.a. he had arrested other states as well. but authorities let him go and kept letting him go. bell was homeless. he was a victim. he was part of a protected class and then he killed somebody. here's fox news report on that . days after a brutal attack at a union station bus stop, a beloved nurse lost her life. sandra schell's worked in l.a. county usc medical center for decades where she was highly respected and revered. shel's was allegedly assaulted thursday morning by a homeless man now identified by police as forty 48 year old terrible, they say, to sit shows for no apparent reason. the force knocking her to the ground and fracturing her skull. police say they found him sleeping nearby about 90 minutes later and arrested him without incident. she was an emergency room nurse walking alone to work and now she's dead. another woman murdered by the
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homeless and don't lie to yourself. no one l.a. is ever going to do anything about it. probably going to hear outraged noises for a few days from from harumph the politicians will quickly get back to showering the house community with another billion dollars. what you're watching here is civilization collapsing in real time and it's not new . here's video our producer shot in los angeles in the spring of 2019 almost three years ago. it shows homeless encampments downtown on three separate blocks. it starts fifth in san pedro and then it goes west seemingly forever. so in january of 2020, the l.a. times reported that quote california's railroad tracks are now lined with men and women sleeping in tents or under cardboard boxes in america, by the way. well, in response to this , governor gavin newsom announced another 12 billion in state funding to quote fight homelessness. how that we'll hear the results from sky fox. the images are startling. thousands of empty or damaged packages lining the tracks along the union pacific l.a. railway amazon packages ups
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boxes are meant for delivery to customers along the west coast. they're open by cargo thieves who take advantage of the trains stopping or slowing down to break into the containers union pacific officials saying they've had a hundred and sixty percent increase in cargo thefts in the l.a. county area with over 90 containers broken into every day. so a i guess they didn't clean up the railroad tracks 12 billion dollars and disorder got worse. but of course allowing people to live outside and outside in public places and use drugs outside in front of our children is both the cause and a symptom of growing disorder and chaos. if the degradation of what holds us together as a civilization. so our producers are back in l.a. right now shooting a documentary for season two of our tucker carlson original series on fox nation. it's going to be out soon. you're seeing some of the footage on your screen
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right now. what you're seeing that was shot this morning on skidrow skidrow in l.a. it's a fifty block neighborhood east of downtown and it's hard to overstate just how dystopian it is. you should go for yourself some time and drive through it. roll them up but watch. you will not believe this is america, the country you grew up in . this is what california got for 12 billion dollars, not fewer homeless, just better funded homeless and thousands more of them. so like covid and oxycontin and virtually everything else that's wrecking the country our ancestors built, this is a manufacture crisis. it didn't happen by accident. people paid for it. in new york, officials have given drug addicts priority over virtually everyone else in the city. a lot of working poor in europe . we ought to be celebrating them. the city isn't. it's ignoring them. in twenty fifteen, the annual budget of the new york city department of homeless services was nine hundred and fifty million this year it's double that . it's about two billion dollars now how much is that what
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they're spending on the homeless in new york city is more than the city's entire public universities system more than they get to educate far more people. so the homeless are getting more per student to live outside and smoke meth. is that creating fewer homeless? probably not. in fact, new york's homeless population is now at its highest level since the great depression. so where's all this money going specific? we could do five hours on this, but here's just one example. that money is going to an overdose prevention center preventing overdoses, which in fact means helping the homeless get high. officially called an overdose prevention center. it's a place where users can snort, smoke, swallow or inject legal drugs in a controlled environment to centers in east harlem. washington heights are the first in the nation to allow supervised drug use. the head of an east harlem community organization says the facility and a nearby methadone clinic have led to an
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unwanted influx of addicts. they come here from different areas of the city. we never had around here, no matter how bad it was through the 60s, we never had this around. it's pretty funny watching people look confused as they see what's going on here. i don't remember this . it's not complicated at all. it couldn't be simpler. politicians are making it much easier to be a homeless drug addict in the united states and much harder to be a law abiding member of the middle class. what's the effect? let's see the middle class is dying and we now have record numbers of drug addicted vagrants. what does that tell you? it tells you that incentives work if you destroy the nuclear family, which they have if you decriminalize drugs, which they have, if you hand out tents and needles to addicts, what do you think's going to happen? you're going to get more addicts living in tents again, it's not complicated. this is not a vexing public policy question requires the brookings institution to investigate. it's not like fixing social
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security and the solution is as simple as the problem. here's the solution. stop putting up with it. say no, no, you can't smoke meth in the park. you're not allowed to on the sidewalk. pull up your pants and get the hell out of here. go somewhere with lower standards. head for a place where politicians don't care about their people because we do care and that's what we're hauling your tent to a landfill and cutting off your checks to date you are a drug addict. get a job or leave. this is our city. you are not allowed to record you didn't build it? >> no, it's not hard that works . we know it works because that's how societies function for about two thousand years. if you're an unmarried man with no job, you were not allowed to destroy things. it wasn't your right. but this is how successful families still operate to this day in the privacy of their own homes when the ngos are watching parents reward good behavior and they do not tolerate bad behavior. why? because if you let your kid
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smoke weed at the breakfast table they will see you don't let them. so why not apply the same standard to the drug addicts at penn station? because what we're doing now isn't compassionate. it's an attack on civilization. dennis owens is the host of this and we're delighted to have her join us tonight . candice, thanks so much for coming in . once you once you take a bigger look and we could have gone on at greater length there, but at how this is funded by ngos and by taxpayer dollars, the amount of money that's going to people to do drugs on the sidewalk destroying our cities which they didn't build and they don't own, you really realize this is a manufactured crisis? tucker, there is so much that i want to say here. i know that i'm not going to have enough time. you're talking about ngos and i can't say to the american people enough if you really want to look into what's going on , please understand. yes, it was manufactured. yes, this was a plot is not allow people to look at you in issue pejoratives like you're a conspiracy theory. you can look this up yourself conspiracy theories. you can look this up yourself. take a look at the world economic forum. you know, the person that heads it up is a man named klaus schwab. he released a book in twenty
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twenty talking about how the covid pandemic represents an opportunity to transform the world for them to abolish private property. look at everything they're doing and you understand this is what this is exactly what they're after right? eviction moratoriums basically saying you have to allow people that are effectively homeless live in your home. you're making entirely no money. how is that going be able to pay back their mortgages? they're not going to be able to they're going to default. people are going to be scooping up their properties that were once owned by people hard working american middle class citizens. you that were maintaining their lifestyles before the government forced shut this down. look, these inner cities you go why are they why do they want these problems? why are they funding these problems? why do they want drug addicts? who on earth would ever fund the centers to allow people to do drugs? what are you looking at a government that wants a system of dependance to me. i look at the situation and i say what we're seeing is a modernized system of slavery. this is slavery in the 2020 in twenty twenty two and they are proliferating this under the guise of covid-19. you know, i , i agree with you. i agree with every word of that . i wish i didn't but i , i sincerely do. i wonder why there isn't at
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least one city in america it says i don't care what the court i don't what anybody says you can't on my sidewalk. get the hell out of your buddy . move on . that is i think the way that all civilizations have always reacted to threats like this , like drug addiction and vagrancy. why does nobody do that now? nobody does that now because there's been such a federal overreach. and i will say in america, the one guard that we have against us is state. right. thank god for governors that are standing up and saying absolutely not. no matter how hard the bush administration tries to overreach and say we are absolutely going to have to have this need to fund more money, more money, the government is creating problems because they want to turn to the government for answers. and i always say black america was the experiment with this . they issue trillions of dollars in welfare and black americans are factually speaking poorer today than they were before the welfare system began coming after tearing apart their families. they are now making that system for everybody they want every single american dependent on the government for food, for family, for drugs, whatever it is they want a system of
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slavery. i cannot say this enough people look it up. you have to look up. they want a global technocracy. you are not a conspiracy theorist. do not allow them to gaslight you. something very sinister is going on not just in america, tucker. all across the world that is totally true . camisoles, always great to see. thank you . thank you for having me. so there's so much going on that it's really easy to lose the thread and unfortunately sometimes we do. but you don't want to lose sight of the big stories, the ones that will define the future. and here's one that might america appears to be moving closer to war with russia over eastern ukraine. what's that really about? we're going to get a very straightforward explanation to that question after the break. join me as we uncover some indication of america on the progressive left is invading american classrooms to advance their agenda. the goal was societal with
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more to defend the territory integrity of ukraine. we've got to be aggressive in our defense of our allies and ukraine despite what you hear from putinin propaganda propagandists across the world and yes,ro even here in america despite what you hear, we have to defend our democratic allies and it's time for the biden white house to start speaking more clearly and more aggressively and telling us how they're going to stop this invasion from happening. people that stupid should not have tv shows and they certainly shouldn't be weighing in on adult topics like war b and peace. but they are so you have to ask yourself why is this happening? why the russians arere soth ups why are we moving towards some kind of conflict which isnf one reason overli a number of different administrations, the isis government has pushed ukraine to join nato, the north atlantic treaty organization imadukra yin.
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if mexico fell under the direct military control of china, weco would see that as a threat, of course, would be the reason for that . well, that'sru how russia views nato control of ukraine. and why wouldn't we don't get anything out of pushing ukraine into nato? so why are we doing us? putin urlich is a russia policy researcher who understands this issue quite well and we'reh happy to have him join us this evening. clint, thanks so much for coming on . so is it too simplistic to say the core dispute here is over ukraine joining nato? i would say that that'spe russia's perspective. but here we have people who aree arguing that even if the russians don't invade ukraine that we need to invade and kick the russians out of crimea. that was an op from a senior obama administration official this weekth and so i would sayy that it's even simpler than that . we're dealing with our warmongers unserious people whose policy prescriptions could have deadly serious consequences, whether deeplye unserious people. and there arewi also people witr a long and publicly available track recordacord of failure of conflicts that have diminished
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the united states materiallymi over the last 20 years. so why did they get a say in this their failures? they like to portray themselves as cold warriors, but por t the architect of america's strategy during the cold war, george kennan, warnedca's that o expansion could lead us towards war with russia and he's beenss iavindicated. we're now on the precipice of that kind of conflict and so it's a great question. why is it that we should listen to these people? more . couldn't agree i mean, if max boot is still making your foreign policy, it's kind of your fault, i would say. but and this is your questionon is there something i'm missing? is there some compellingin americang, interest that would e served by having ukraine in nato? know the deeper irony is that nato doesn't even want's ukraine's that it's a corrupt country. it's more of a liability thanrr would be a military asset.. and the people who are pushing this simply argue that it needs to happen because russia shouldn't have a veto over who's in nato. in other words, even when it's in our mutual interest to not have a state in nato, we have to insist that there will be added just to spite the russians. look, i want to take people
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seriously. all people even people i disagree with, maybe . pecially people i disagree i but this seems nuts.es is that your assessment? tucker, it'ss not just nuts. it's it's dangerous.ng i mean, we're sleepwalking towards conflict withthe a couny that has more than 4000 nuclear weapons. the russians are talking about potentially deploying strategic forces to cuba and venezuelategi in a repeat of the cuban missile crisis. and so it's justit's shocking that people are not more upset about this because of the lives of americans are being threatened over a situation where we have no vital strategic national interest. so since 1945 we really only fought wars against poor disorganized world countries north korea, vietnam, iraq, afghanistan, syria, do youym think that that's convinced a lot of our policymakers that it's easy to fight wars t? that it's convince them of that and also we haven't had war inside our country. the russians have they understand the reality of war and what it's like to lose millions of people in a conflict and somehow our policymakers just imaginein that war can never reach us.re and theac reality is that you
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risking the safety potentially ofty o passengers. the faa has warned that 5g antennas your airports couldde disrupt altitude sensors on board flights s. lance ulanoff is the u.s. editor in chief of tech radar. he joins us to assess. thanks so much for coming on . this is one of those topics it's hard for nonexperts to figure out. do you think there's 5g threats to commercial aviation ? i honestly don't know, but it's certainly been a concern since almost the moment that at&t and verizon signed the dotted line and basicallyat spent about 70 billion dollars for the five g c band. me so the first thing that consumers ought to know is that it's not their five gno phones. you know,us we a lot of us have five g phones right now. that's not the problem. it's the antenna. soso if you're on a plane, ifyo you turn to airplane mode, that's not going to make a difference. the towers are there to providing the five g c band signal and this is what the airlines, the faa have been concerned about and have been talkingnc to at&t
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and verizon for months about at&t. ti verizon have said we've given you all the time you need to upgrade your equipmentt. we've delayed multiple times. we want to, w go so back in november during this whole thing, they actually agreedd to lower the power of the antennas near airports sort that if there was any potential of them interfering with altimeters, they wouldn't doterf that apparently wasn't enough and they were asked again in the beginning of january this month to pleaseg of delay t first they said no, both of them at&t verizon said no and then they said okay. and they delayed for another two weeks. ow and basically tomorrow was the big day, the day they were going to light it up and that'sy today the airlines, the big boysai, delta and americannd airlines and some of the supply chain people, fedex and us airways all sent a letterng saying this is going to cause chaos. don't turn it on . don't do it. we didn't hear anything from at&t and verizon for a little while until today. thsica basically said, okay,
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what we'll do iss we will delay powering up the antennas around the airports and you guys can w get your stuff together and make it all workor. i mean, for you know, for commercial carriers or freight carriers, for international carriers like emirates. i mean they make a lot of money between jfk and dubai, dulles and dubai. that's a huge part ofan their businessd for them to cancel flights. i mean, they have to really feel that there's a risk, wouldn't you think? >> well, certainly.. look, i feel like this is in the dark arts area because what's happening right now is at&t, verizon, they've beenrk testing this and working on 5g see banned for a long time. they actually have it work in europe. they say there are no problems there. we havee. no reported issues, direct reported issues ofni this actually happening. but it is a concern and it i seems to have to do with some of the bigger airplanes like some of that you're talking about that maybe maybe don't have the latest equipmentla that maybe don't have
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the latest altimeter. it should also be noted that the reasonte that the concern, especially this week that it rose so high is, you know, we had the storms that rolled through the north northeast. we're about to have more stos rolling there. well, apparently altimeters become super important when you can'tpare see the ground belowow because of snow bad weather and so they were really worried about them turning it on this i week. just multimeter no big deal. lance ulanoff, appreciate your perspective on that, your knowledge on that. thank you . it's my pleasure. so we really try to bringor the stories you're not going to see anywhere else. that's easy because there are a lot of stories you're not going to see anywhere else. everything's beenn blacked out and censored. here's a big one in justt j the past two weeks, massive protests against vaxxed mandates have broken up allll over the world in a lot of different places. huge demonstration. ge here's a sampling about as bigg
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as any blm protestas but no coverage. >> what soever why is that even for deerbrook is a dutch legal philosopher. she joins us tonight from overseasaswho jo. thanks so much for coming on . so you're getting the sense in the united states that everyone's in favor of vaxxed mandates and then you see coverage like that and you realize there is a global movement against it. is that fair to e say? absolute? r thereig is a massive movement going on in europe right now of tons of people, hundreds of thousands, millions of people
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actually who are very muche aware of what's at stake here.ar these people aree aware of the fact that our constitutional rights are being set aside without an end date and that we're heading towards a neww system of tyrannical regime of mass surveillance and control. and this is not just a hunch. this is all part of a bigger plan. this is something people who are watching right now can actually go and look up. what's very important for the american audience to know is that we've had this digital covid passed in place in europe ,which is basically like a qr code on your phone that grants you access to everyday life like to bars, restaurants, etc. it's completelyaura blind tonk your vaxxed status and this is all part of a european project issued by the european european commission that is basically surrounded around this idea ofp european digital identity. sogi this willta not stay justin linked to your vaccination status. this will encompass taxes. this won't confess your medical records apart from
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your vaccination status, at your bank information. so basicallyio we already have a system in place right nowplth that is very close or at leastph reminds us of the beginning phases of a social system. we are literally turning into china if this were linked to digital currency and presumably paper currencies on the way out, then the averagege person would be utterly controlled by the government and the government could just turn off your ability to buy u anything, your ability to go anywhere.al i mean at that point you really are a to a supposedly democratic governmentt, are you not? that's exactly right. that's exactly what they're planning to do. and this agenda is supposed to be laid out by 2030. so that's what we're heading towards. so you see all these people going out in the streets. it's because they know that this is what's going on and i think that it's all going to be dependentht on whether they will be able to roll this agenda out, whether austria is going to enforce g
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compulsory mandatory vaccinations on a nationwide level. so the parliamentisnda in aust, another country in europe is debating about this or voting on this issue today on thursday, which will mean that in austria from february onwards, vaccination for covid will be mandatory for every citizen overze the age of 18 .if if y you don't get vaccinated, you will be having to pay massive fines up to fifteen thousand euros a year, which you know, basically undocumestence as an unvaccinated person person will become illegal. sont everybody will have this digital covid pass and i got to say, tucker, it wouldti not be the first time in european history that tyranny is born in austria. so what will happen on thursday in austria is going to be a landmark case that will determine basically whether ofope is going to be part the free west for much longer and well, it looks like this law will pass.we so it looks like we're
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basically headed towards an obsession that literally is tyranny and it's absolutely crucial that we fight this now that we put pressure on our governments and that we walk together for this fight of our freedom of our future because i say you in america you might be next . i don't think there's any question and unfortunately our main weakness is our ignorance of the rest of the world that i speak for myself as well. most americans have no idea what's happening in the rest oft the world and we should know because it's our futuret of. ia i appreciate your bringing that to us tonight . everybody's in your book. thank you so muchto. thank you . so an elected official in the country of panama says t the caravan states arein increasing five fold. one thing i nevercr hear about g how those caravans foris communities through which they move in central america. we spoke to the mayor for some perspective every once in a while. my heart can feel a little off
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by calling us today or visiting trupanion .com. >> hey cisco goff is the mayor of chamaco panama on the border with colombia. the first place that is reached by migrants
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who are heading by caravan up from central americaica. so one of our producers spoke to the mayor last month. the mayor said that migrants entering his town are coming from allwo over the world for the film of various nationalities from the gunnars so full of african bunna no surprise nimoy's for villa. let me enter the somalia the afghanistan as far as the immigrants from somalia, castro and cuba, cuba, venezuela, see your mayor of the citys in panama just trying to keep the peace and run your town. all of a sudden somalis startta showing maybe things are out of control. maybe the biden administration is destabilizing not just our country but the entire hemisphere. yeah, think so. the mayor told us that the number of migrants entering his town has increasedanan dramatically.
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i mean, and in this area monitoring tamil yesterday, i feel they mcgranahan, which i hope some the gentlemen at the tamil is one hundred thousand people from all across. o imaginef being that guy. imagine being a mayor of any town or any personal lives in a town along the caravan. imagine being an american congressman you herel of new mexico has been on this topic, gotten very little publicity for it. she recently met with the mayor. she joins us. congressman, thanks so muchan fr coming on . i'm amazed and impressed that you took the time to meet with this mayor. what what is and thank you. what did you learn? well, thank you for having me. what i learned was what he wasmi just saying. migrants are coming from all over the world and they're t actually taking over neighborhoods. they're actually kicking people outakneigorhoe their houses soe illegals, these migrants can then live in these homes until
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they move through and because they have the control the flow in panama, they're unable to keep people from moving north into america and other countries and it's it's killing their economy. itur is really hurtful.ut and we talk about the drug overdoses, the drug usage usage is doing the same thing that isc doing to america only on a much different scale because remember, they only have about four million people they cannot absorb this exorbitant amount of immigrants coming through and killing their economy, their country, their way of life justtfe as its doing to the american people. i mean so much damage and human suffering and turmoil is being caused by these policies. i don't see who's for them other than george soros, the coyotes and susan rice. i mean, where's the constituency for this kind of lunacy? and that's just it. we have been beating the drum on if this is really a health safety order, this whole covid thing then shut the border downe because we know that we've seen
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seven hundredto percent coming across the border covid cases in july alone. but they're not doing that . they turn the blind eye a and this goes right back to what you said in youre opening monologue. we're rewarding bad behavior and who's paying the price? the future of , america. the farmers, the ranchers, the business owners, the communities that want to this stopped and it could all be avoided if the president would put back into place title forty two and remain in mexicoc policies. it's funnyny wepo constantly bet up on the republican congressgo for good reason. nobody cares.wh nobody cares. but you know when someone does care and is doing somethingat about it as you are, we'reef ju so grateful to see that .so so thank you , congressman darrell from new mexico. thank you . thank you , tucker.r.er so you always think we've got to have reached corona peak insanity. we haven't. one country is now slaughtering thousands of pet hamstersau because apparently one of them may have transmitted the virus homese.
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announced it's going to kill thousands of hamsters because they suspect that one unnamed hamster may have given covid to a twenty five year old worker at a pet shop is quite a large amount of animals. >> tensas tested with positive results and with the shop keepers, which has a more frequent exposure to the hamster in devilment. we cannot exclude the possibility that the shop knew this was in fact was actually infected from the the hamsters. so to be clear is a scientific matter. there is no evidence that hamster is transmit covid to human beings. nevertheless,he to be on the sie of safety, the chinese controlled government of hong announced that all al the hamsters must die and then anyone who visited this particular hamster store this monthtsts must be quaranti. butyo you know what is true is
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that covid does reside in the animals. all coronavirusesall that meanst cannot be eliminated. however, that means we can never get to couverture no matter how many vaxxed shots you take their lionyo at some point we have to live with it. but not tonight . tonight we're out of time., tomorrow we'll be back on the show. that is the sworn sincere enemy of pomposity, lying, smugness and all the rest of humanity. no hamster's for me, no, not happening. all right, tucker. i know little creatures likela baby mice and i don'trl know, i never particularly liked them anyway. thanks information though. welcome to "hannity" tonight the democratic party, their close allies in the mob and the media are in an utter state of chaos. pl poll numbers imploding, bidenod struggling in every single way . many are in a state of despair. somede are predicting predictaby smearing their political opponents as racist. in congress are throwing in the towel, retiring in mass

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