great to talk to you tom it is been a great talk. >> thank you sandra. >> that was a busy news day for sure. and we will leave it right there because the five's about to come on and just a moment. americo reports, we would love to have you, thanks for joining us i am sandra smith and the five starts now. ♪ ♪ >> jesse: geraldo rivera, and greg gutfeld. 5:00 in new york city and this is the five. ♪ ♪ get ready for another heated supreme court battle. it liberal justice stephen breyer will be retiring this summer at the end of the high court's current term. the huge news leaking out before he could officially announce himself. multiple sources tell him that the justice was surprised with how this played out.
president biden and his white house claim, they don't know anything about it. >> there is been no announcement for justice breyer let him make whatever statement he is going to make and i will be happy to talk about it later. >> the president has stated and reiterated rid his commitment to nominating a black woman to the supreme court and certainly stands by that. for today, again, i'm just not going to able to say anything about any specifics until of course justice breyer makes any announcement should he decide to make an announcement. >> jesse: democrats are looking to ramming through joe biden's eventual nominee and follow a con line. the white house confirming that joe biden is looking at a woman of color to fill the role, while getting press on who he may pick. >> is there any scenario in which the president would select his vice president kamala harris for the supreme court? >> again, i'm not going to speak
to any considerations, preparations, list. >> we were just wondering hypothetically, would someone who was an attorney general of the large state and who served with many key senate votes be unattractive candidate to the president for an open supreme court? >> i see what you did there peter, the president have has every intention as he said before. of running for reelection, and for running for reelection with vice president harris on the ticket as well as his partner. >> jesse: so what would motivate a leak right before he announces possibly from the white house? >> this is super high stakes and one of my favorite thing to do was cover a supreme court domination so i was quite excited today when i heard about this. obviously justice breyer has had a very long career in the judiciary, not only in the supreme court but before. this decision is such high stakes for any sort of president, there is reporting that says that his decision to
announce was imminent and that the white house may be jumped the gun by a hair or somebody at the white house did or not the white house. i understand why, because they have a lot of work to do. you have to get everybody in line, now what do we in this morning on "america's newsroom"? that joe biden is losing in the polls, even with democrats. so what is one thing that they can focus on and that is a supreme court nomination. because the filibuster rules change and you can get to a supreme court vote with 51 votes now. it is not as big a deal, but they only have to do. the white house is also said that it is going to be a judge, the president had said on the campaign trail that is gonna be a black woman. so you can look at how many judges there are, i would imagine he probably pick out their names pretty quickly. that list will narrow down. >> dana: he might not be the majority leader after november midterms, so they had to do this right away. if they wait until the end of the term which is the end
of june, the only would've given them for months and i think a lot of people including -- they could've said we just have to wait and see. this way they can try to get it done right away. >> jesse: i think the nominee has to go through them a little bit. they hold a lot of cards. >> greg: i think this is fantastic. immediately you think, this is the best news is ever heard. who is just hanging around driving him nuts right now? he could unload the lemon and the lemon gets a promotion. [laughs] [laughs] i don't know if he's gonna do it because it's an obvious ploy. i think she could come out and identify as a nonbinary person of color and see if they can become a historical first. whoever gets nominated, i'm going to say that that person be they male, female, or nonbinary, did something really bad to me. a long time ago. i'm knocking to say what it is they did to me.
you see i don't know yet. it might've been in college, or in the gym, who knows. i'm a tell you whatever i say it's can be hundred% true it is disgusting i prefer if you guys just respect my privacy when this happens. the thing is will the republicans be discussing as the democrats were on every single nominee. on a believe two wrongs make a right, but boy it's gonna feel good. i rather have two wrongs, sometimes two wrongs are better than a right and in this case i think that i want explosive hearing with corrupt lawyers, the return of jessica, on a zoom call from jail. i'm in a go get my handmaidens costume out of storage and i'm unaware it to the court steps. [laughs] >> jesse: as much as we want to see greg i don't think that that's gonna happen. do you see happening the way it
would? >> i: republicans right now to be gracious to the nominee. it's in a go through no matter what you do. be gracious, don't be like the democrats, don't torture the nominee. i thought that kamala harris would've been great, it was the first thing that jumped in my mind. she could be a terrific supreme court justice, she's only in her 50s, she would be there for 30 years. i think you'd be terrific. it's a role fit for her. it's not gonna happen. and they've already put out the d.c. circuit judge, brown jackson, the south carolina district judge. all black women, it's interesting, and steph in the affirmative action as they are considering the affirmative
action case against harvard and university of north carolina. it is ironic. it is ironic, but i'm all for targeted there is no black woman on the court why not. republicans just behave. they have one. >> jesse: why not more geraldo? >> she was the one who gave us the disinformation. >> greg: is not even true? >> here is the thing, this is a coming at such an opportune time for joe biden. the distraction is perfect for him. his numbers are in the tank now everybody knows at supreme court hearing, nominee hearing we can get crazy and lunatic. this is live tv, but i do if the
tell you geraldo, i'm tired of the republicans playing by the supreme bearer rules. i'm tired of that. i'm not saying you have to be an animal about it, let's just let people know that we have to slap in there too when we. and not everybody is perfectly playing. come on, you know i'm talking about. i'm tired about figuratively. what they did, it was outrageous. and in the end what americans want is a judge who was who is confident, who is smart and nonpolitical. we don't want politics in the united states supreme court. and you know what, if you want to pick a woman of color that's fine. just make sure that she is confident. okay, you had your say this is my turn. right now you have confident judges, you have judged jackson, you have several of men who have
already got senate confirmation. it so won't be that bad. and you are right, 50 plus one. >> jesse: and the judge says that the republicans can play dirty so there you go. there you go. >> they need to play like they have a backbone and when ever goes that. >> greg: i'm having an article published in the new yorker it will be written by ronan farrow. i'm to show you on the doll. [laughs] >> jesse: were in a duet of the break. coming up, president biden to finally address the crime wave. as people are getting gunned down in hospitals. ♪ ♪
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lawlessness and seems like this to catch his eye, chaotic video shows a suspect opening fire in a hospital emergency room. but i guess you're going to get shot, that is a great place to get shot. >> greg: he was thrown into lock down and when the victim injured. meanwhile actor michael rappaport, stunned after combing a shoplifter robbing a drugstore. stunned. >> i can't believe i'm see in [bleep]. this leap just filled his two bags up with everything and right aid. right here it 80th and first avenue. just walking down the street and is leap gucci. [laughs] >> greg: how do you know this
happening at habits every civil day. what drives me nuts about the stuff i was about combating gun crimes but never the gunman. it's like they have a biological resistance to criminalizing the criminal and essay the put all of this emphasis on this inanimate object which never solves the problem. >> this is because it guns jump out on their own and decide who to shoot. they don't need a person behind them. this is so stupid it's aggravating. you've been listening, good for you jesse. the bottom line, joe biden is gonna come to new york and he is can help us out with gun violence, this is a guy. while they will burning down businesses, and everyone was mass chaos and no shootings going on. not one word came out of his mouth there saying no, he is not in favor and defunding the police, i've never heard him say we need to fund police. and i was in a come in and show us how it's done.
we know how it's done. this is a political ploy, all it is as democrats getting together saying, were to be tough on crime. new york state, by the way has gun possession is lower than in many states that have literally zero drive-by shootings. they want to change the laws, the only laws you need to change his bail reform, giving judges the ability to have discretion to keep someone in jail, and then you need to make sure that you follow through and clear these gun cases. >> greg: exactly, enforce the rules. our new table by the way that we haven't even mentioned. a brand-new table. and also, interesting fact. let's stick to the story at hand. how does ending gun violence dana, stop the subway shoving scum of the random stabbings. they focus on one thing because i can somehow push on the nra or
something? >> dana: did someone say that joe biden can you come to new york and help fix this out? what joe biden's team has faded out as they are looking at the polls and not just on fox, it's everywhere. of the crime is up and 81% of everyone said they were worried about crime. they realize that with the do something so we have the shining take a liberal prosecutors, she said no, work and let them do their thing, but we can give money. money is great, i'm sure that the cops would love more resources that's great. that's not the issue. one thing i would actually be helpful is to do with the fact that all of these people can go and then resell all of those items online. with no penalty. there might be something there that the government could actually do. that would be helpful, but i
have to be arrested they can just be misdemeanors like this guy walked out the store. >> greg: i so can't find them with or online. i been looking. it's really expensive. jesse he was leaving a drugstore that is now closing for good because i can't keep up with the robberies which hurts elderly people like michael rappaport who goes there for their medication. my point is, these drugstores all they are doing which is closing. can they do something else to stop this? >> jesse: the security guy watching them leave there. so why is he standing there with the security jacket on? is he a mannequin? is he a model? is false advertised. if you're gonna say your security and can't do nothing about it. in a hospital situation, you guys have to believe how bananas this is. the guy comes into the e.r. for
an asthma situation and he brings his mother. he sees a guy across the e.r. and the guy gave him a dirty look, so he unloads like six rounds into the sky, and then runs out of the e.r. and leaves his mother there. gets back to the apartment in the bronx and his sister calls 911 and says my brother is hearing voices and he has a gun. they catch them because he signed his name when he went to the e.r. it turns out that the guys been arrested 15 times. for gun possession, narcotics, burglary, assault, you name it. and the guy who was shot for giving a dirty look, shot last year as well forgiving someone else a dirty look. i swear to god. [laughs] only in new york right? >> greg: we keep being told that mayor adams' gonna be different but his proposal still sounds --
>> jesse: i think is really reenergizing and enabling cops again. i am similarly really outraged by it. hospital is a place of curing. it's a place to go when you're hurt. you go to hospital. wherever the chaos is in the world you go in there to get better. >> to see someone bring up violence and imagine how traumatizing all the other places were in emergency room. so that and the fact that the drugstore first avenue -- best not the ghetto that's the upper east side that's were all the flight attendants live, a lot of the teachers love there. [laughs] >> to see a security guy basically be blind to that brazenness, breaks the rule what is the rule?
the rule is that society, civilization has certain norms. you don't steal, you don't know the other things. to see that happen so brazenly with so little consequence is really outrageous. i think that what you need is is was a visceral quick. need a whole system of passive-aggressive law enforcement. surveillance cameras on every corner, everyone should get three rings.com from the government. insurance company should not be allowed to encourage security to turn their backs on perpetrators to lower the premiums. >> limit say with the bottom line is. the bottom line is that he came in office instead of of knock and prosecute people who go and hold the people with guns and ar-15s if they steal thousands of dollars of merchandise, charge them for stealing a dvd. that is where the problem is. period.
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show in the earliest days of the crisis, dr. anthony fauci, the head of the agency's infectious diseases institute is warned that covid may have leaked from a chinese government run lab. the wuhan institute. >> dana: scientists all around the world worked over fears that it would -- that was a part that really bothered me. when i just be transparent. >> greg: this is been out there. the biggest problem is that the experts that are scolding us on masks, mandates, and risk assessment, are the ones who risked billions of lives on this questionable science. that led to millions of death. he should probably resign and get a lawyer, no wonder that dr. fauci was quivering when everyone brought up china because the paper trail doesn't just involve chinese scientist involves american scientists too. we talked about swimming people dead, you can bankrupt the country.
that's trillions in settlements if you want to do it. someone has to go to jail, if you're arresting known facts people at applebee's, someone should be paying the price for this. the experts, it's over 6 million dead site about numbers. we know why the experts ridiculed the other experts who will calling this out early on, just because they didn't want to pass off china, lose funding to margate or prison should be on the table for all of these people because they took a gamble on a dangerous concept. it wasn't deliberate, the leak wasn't deliberate right? because the semblance of an action that had this kind of risk is negligent manslaughter. they killed millions of people, and were not trying to investigate. >> it is not the underlying crime that is so easy to identify, it is the cover-up. and now we have the cover-up where we have all of these doctors smeared from oxford,
harvard, they will all smeared by dr. fauci and his gang. they then ended up giving up money to all of these people, $9 million worth of grants with the nih for people who worked with them on clarifying or amending what they thought was a case. the bottom line on this thing is that, science should be about debate, and it should be open to skepticism. that's what science is all about. to get together with people and you test different theories. these guys are dictators, they got together and said you know what? whether we are responsible or not we are going to cover it up and the heck with science. i'll do one better and say he should be fired. the guy has $10 million, he makes $450,000. he's been there 50 years, he never had us ready for the pandemic in the first place when he said in 2017 there's gonna be a pandemic that will hit this country. >> greg: he knew it.
>> he isn't? >> everyone of the world knows that it's called the wuhan virus for a reason. it started in wuhan. started within a mile of the lab where they were investigating viruses. it is not take a rocket science or scientists to tell us that it's probably in the lab. the question is what is the relevance of the origin right now? >> geraldo: it will catch them eventually even know they scrubbed the market, described -- they probably killed the interns of the lab will probably walked out with the stuff on the shoe one day. fighting the consequences of the worldwide infection now. i don't believe that this is such a big momentous revelation. but what is the crime greg?
>> jailing people to go to work. >> dr. fauci and his team funded research in wuhan. america funded it. >> from the nia. >> it was sloppy, and it created mass chaos and how people are dead. >> all they had to say was when we all knew who escape, sorry. this is on us. and then you fall on your sword in your resign. >> its not summing that the entire scientific community thought was a good idea. it was a small cabal of people including dr. fauci backed by big pharma and they were doing it. because big pharma like that risky stuff is because you get a head on vaccines and gives you an advantage. now it blew up and big pharma property but no one else profited. everyone else lost a lot including their lives.
so we want. accountability. and it never happens again. >> geraldo: doesn't go to criminal accountability. >> you can more than fire him, because if he was aware of and is 40 years of experience show that he is knowledgeable, he is funding, he is smart enough to know not to admit it. that is consciousness of guilt. >> geraldo: so you think that he was manipulating? >> jeanine: he is manipulating the virus they can get an advance on medicine, and he can make more money in addition to the 10 million he's made from big pharma. >> dana: china gets off scot-free and they get jose lopez. up next, parents are exploding on virginia school officials china keep their kids matched up.
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bathrooms, we are total mechanic cannot go to the bathroom or go get water. >> covid has been so disruptive, but these parents helping? >> geraldo: magnet so dramatic for children. >> jeanine: no, the governor, i know it's because of osha and employers with more than a hundred employees. school has more more than hundred kids. what is a school boards come up with an idea that these kids need to be masked. you know what, they are losing precious years, we are traumatizing them, and they are defying the governor's orders. under what is going on with the school boards. i know why they are so totalitarian. they want to run things.
>> are they elected by the community? >> jeanine: i thing in california, three recalls right now. another school boards want to sue the state of virginia. >> are the parents and their emotional involvements. when he advocated junior high, six greater, is that the kid that's making the judgment call or the parent influence them, are they all over them? this is wrong. >> jesse: they just went to the mic and said that this is b.s. and that is perfectly legitimate. they are defying the parents and the governor. that's not how the power of hierarchy works and the commonwealth which i love. the commonwealth, how to get that name? actually masking these kids for
endless hours all day is worse than the covid situation. it is worse. if you disagree with me you disagree with the science. [laughs] how long is assessed to go? there gonna keep doing this. it's a forever pandemic. >> geraldo: these kids are being ping-pong and it's dreadful. >> they're not following the science, meaning the people who want to keep on mask. i'll pass it down for meeting for later. here's the other thing. you know how liberals love northern european countries? >> dana: did you know that the netherlands, norway, sweden do not recommend elementary children mass anywhere including shops in transit.
can you believe that? who is actually following the science air. luscious follow the science, the masks aren't working. those kids will never seen a future space in two years. >> geraldo: it really isn't the issue. the issue is parent militancy involvement. [laughs] i submit that school boards are creating a situation of conflict, and turmoil that is exacerbating the self-destructive phenomenon in covid, the kids being locked up in all of that. and i do want to go to school and the parents once on the other side, it's like a civil war all over again. >> greg: i think that there is a point there at that geraldo just made. it is kind of like a civil war. people kind of don't know what
sparks certain kinds of things. there were things that have started worse before. this is an interesting part because at the very intimate issue. you can't tell me her number to put on my kids face. you are not as parent, you are just some [bleep] fascist who loves that dopamine rush when you get to yell at someone and you can't relinquish or control. we are in a different phase now, we can't be using. this is hurting kids, the solution is obvious. make it optional, that's the simplest thing they can do. and if they want to separate the kids, fine. both say one thing, the kids without masks will be seen as ultimately cooler than the kids of the walk around scared all the time because their parents are nuts. it's time to get that steering will america. life is change, but we still live life. we have to embarrass risk, assessment, and get this out. we don't want geraldo.
>> geraldo: i can see greg make in this rent on a plane. some the media are now claiming that the president is being too tough on president biden. go figure. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ur life. so we offer a complete exam and x-rays free to new patients without insurance - everyday. plus, patients get 20% off their treatment plan. we're on your corner and in your corner every step of the way. because your anything is our everything. aspen dental. anything to make you smile. book today at aspendental.com, walk in, or call 1-800-aspendental.
♪ ♪ >> some of the liberal media is now making excuses for the sinking numbers. >> about the agenda stalling. what you make of its first year and is the right to complain about the descriptions? >> i think in one sense a joe biden has a point. the media, i like to say that the media does has two biases. a change, and conflict. when we see change we run toward that. >> jeanine: a columnist complaining that the media is stuck in joe biden's is a failure mode. a struggle what your favorite person greg.
>> greg: it's jesse he's my favorite person. [laughs] >> jeanine: she says that the media, republicans and democrats say things to the press when they can do nothing about it. i doubt that any president can reverse inflation. it is not something that they do. >> greg: have said this about 19 times. joe had trumps press he would've been gone. and if trump had joe's press, he already would've been on mount rushmore. he probably would've been for trumps. you're so soft on joe biden because they realize of his incompetence. it is funny to watch a liberal media interview the hard left media about how biased the media is and then they actually aren't such a bubble that they can't see that they are soaking in it. member that commercial? >> jeanine: this person from "the washington post" said that joe biden has the opportunity to
change the conversation, the loss of voting rights, they lost the bill back better. you can hear the tectonic plates creek. joe biden was moving on. as if that was a tough thing for him to do. >> dana: and then they shove him out the door, know they have a -- [laughs] for someone who works in republican committee occasions it's funny to me how this happened with the obama team, the hillary team, as soon as i get a little taste of what is reality this is what conservative, republicans go through all the time of the media and that's what republican committee gators are better because at the try harder. >> greg: that you go. >> jeanine: they had a truck going around washington. we need an african american juror. i think he was pushed out. what say you jesse? >> jesse: i think they pushed amount. early.
they pushed him out early. what about this, i've never seen this in my long illustrious career in the media, i've never seen the media not in total lockstep. there are always on the same page, use the same phrases. they are a mob, to see them disjointed and not really knowing how to cover the president, and complaining about how their colleagues are covering the president, shows me that they don't want the truth to be told. because they understand how influential mainstream media coverage is to the democratic voter. geraldo, just a couple segments ago said oh, really? it's conspiracy theory geraldo. and you and many other people don't watch any other stations besides cnn, read "the new york times." if "the new york times," and cnn is saying that biden's losses are piling up, democrats are gonna be pumped up. >> geraldo: he is stereotyping me. [laughs]
and my experience the media when they're talking about liberals like house pets. but like good dogs, nice dogs, until they sense weakness then they turn into wolves. if they sense that they audiences have lost, that biden has lost her crowd, then he pulls down in there and ate him. >> jeanine: and nikki did fall down. one more thing is up next. ♪ ♪ . .
have all your paperwork ready bank card. i hate standing behind people that don't know there is a line behind them. this fellow came prepared. he waited patiently. i think he was depositing a few bones. those what they call money. bones. yeah, yeah. yeah. >> they always have treats at the bank. >> greg: they do. lollipops. don't want to eat lollipops because you never know what's in them, dana. that was in st. louis, missouri. do you know the abbreviation for missouri? >> judge jeanine: m.o. >> geraldo: what's the relevance of that? >> greg: no relevance. >> dana: that's the point. can. >> dana: let's talk about another puppy percy at the beach. he had a situation got a call have you ever noticed he wobbles when he is resting? what are you talking about? no. guess what? he got he ingested accidently some sort of marijuana edible. >> we have sick. he spent a night in the hospital
look at that poor little thing. >> we have dangerous. happening all over. we talked to a veterinarian today basically said it's becoming very common there are things you can do. check out twitter feed to find out what you need to do if this happens to your dog. 765% increase in calls about this happening to dogs this year. >> greg: first thing you do play side one of dark side of the moon. >> judge jeanine: awe, that's terrible. >> greg: just makes them happy. >> jesse: jesse, that's me. national spouses day is today. we will celebrate emma waters. here we are at naples celebrating our anniversary there. >> dana: look at that junior. >> jesse: beautiful wife. beautiful mother. those were our photographers for our wedding and booked them again for our anniversary. happy national spouse's day. and i'm going to be doing the in between show show right after "the five." it's a fox facebook situation. and i'm going to be promoting
jess "jesse watters primetime." another hot show tonight watch it. judge jeanine is on. >> geraldo: congratulations to both of you. >> geraldo: geraldo news with geraldo. so, we will start on a woman who is not me. watch as this free diver comes close to colliding with a curious baby whale in tahiti reminded me of 25 years ago where i actually went with the mother. i rode the back of the whale, see? >> whoa. >> dana: whearld, is that allowed? >> geraldo: it was legal then. it's not legal now. >> dana: yeah that is not legal now. >> jesse: i want to have a career as long as you so can i show things like this. >> geraldo: isn't that cool? >> judge jeanine: 30 seconds. a woman creates missing folder. in that folder she puts in her social media dating site
password, finger passports, medical records, tattoos, scars, she is afraid one day she goal missing she wants everyone to be prepared. she true crime fan for years and the folder gives her peace of mind. >> jesse: i know what i'm going to make johnny do later. >> jesse: we got go. "special report" is up next with bret baier. >> jesse: jesse, i agree with you there is a tweet always a video with geraldo that goes years back. see you in a little bit. good evening, welcome to washington. welcome to washington, i'm bret baier. following several major stories the u.s. puts it in writing and russia may not like what it says. tensions increase over ukraine and nato expansion that's coming up shelterly. also continue our in-depth look at the coronavirus pandemic focusing this evening on the latest developments on our investigation into the origins, plus the serious real life effects of coronavirus on america's families. first tonight, the liberal