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will: america's favorite tradition and television, the national anthem brought to you by the us coast guard band with your patriotic pictures. welcome to "fox and friends". keep your pictures coming in, friends@foxnews.com. last week we said we can request where the pictures are coming from. let's ask for pictures from certain places. you can see some pictures might be a little dated which is cool. i love the one that looks like he ran a marathon. rachel: that might not be from the 80s. you might have insulted the viewer. i love the 80s. rachel: this is the 80s. pete: that was a complement. the college world series is taking pl. in omaha, ne.
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4 july is coming up. we would love to see pictures from across the land today. rachel: good morning to both of you. when i saw those pictures, this is from a political campaign, we are in preseason. people dressed like they were ready to go to the local parade in minnesota, texas, things that happened this time of year. pete: one of the biggest in the state of minnesota. rachel: we would hit three in a day. pete: you get up in santa's parade? rachel: my kids don't think parades are for watching. they think it is for rollerblading in the parade and passing out literature. will: they participated. rachel: bring your kids to work.
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pete: catching of candy is fun. will: standing at the candy throwing if you water it down. as we get closer to 4 july, the kid in the light blue shirt saluting in defense of his forte. rachel: that was awesome. will: we begin with a fox news alert. production members of the late show with stephen colbert are caught after hours roaming the halls of the us capitol building. rachel: they are charged with unlawful entry. will: jackie upon years in the newsroom. >> reporter: cbs claims its employees were there to film an upcoming sketch and had permission to be on the premises but the reporting from fox news reveals otherwise. thursday night at 8:30, us capitol police got a call from the house office building reporting a disturbance.
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officers finding a handful of people working on the late show production near the offices for congresswoman lauren boebert. hours earlier they were told to leave by members of the capitol police department. they were trying to attend january 6th committee hearing, cbs says the production team conducts interviews with mentors of the committee including adam schiff. the late show with stephen colbert airing an old episode last night. cbs offered this response saying, quote, after leaving members offices on the last interview of the day, there were final comedy elements in the hall and >> by capitol police. they will face additional charges.
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pete: we are debating this story, the value of parades. will is anti-parade. rachel: that's not very american. will: all i am saying is nobody said the parade is today. will: every one of my kids. pete: your better argument is here comes another politician down the parade. sean duffy was popular but no one was like here comes another politician. rachel: depends who the politician is. if he is handsome it looks like a lumberjack. pete: than the ladies are swooning. will: debating whether a parade is overrated. we are talking the security procedures on capitol hill. the obvious takeaways the
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disconnect between the hyperbolic threat to national security that is whatever is happening at the capitol versus comic the insult dog doing what he wants. is this a serious violation of security? rachel: i don't think it is but brings up what you say. there are other hypocrisies going on. i'm incensed that members of congress because aoc and a few members of the squad said they don't feel safe, members of the republican party are white supremacists, they installed a metal detector. in order to vote you have to walk through that metal detector. it is an insult to members of congress and the people who put those members of congress, republicans are not white supremacists. that was meant to create this
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narrative that there is this massive problem of white supremacy which democrats used to advance -- pete: sounds like they were let in a way they shouldn't have by some democrat members roaming the halls. i spent a lot of time on capitol hill, before january 6th you went through basic security but didn't need an appointment. the people's house, you could roam the halls, go to every member app store and knock on the door. i guess that has changed since january 6th. the members knew what they were doing. i don't think they were kicked out once already, they were let back in. stephen colbert's crews banging on doors, is it a publicity stunt? i don't know. rachel: banging on doors at late hours, a lot of members
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sleep in their offices, probably waking them up. will: parades too. rachel: those are industry. we have to get to the bottom of it. it brings up the juxtaposition here, january 6th trials and colbert's team in the halls of congress. pete: the american flag was being raised above us. rachel: how appropriate. pete: we are surrounded by 7 rate american flags on sixth avenue. the president's approval rating continues to decline. president biden's latest approval rating, 39% according to walpole by usa today and suffolk university. when asked the direction of the united states 71% said the united states was on the wrong track. maybe 16% or less saying we are headed in the right direction.
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will: they are historically terrible, a reflection of the sentiment in this country. this moment feels -- i wasn't alive in 1978 but feels like a malaise economically, culturally, securitywise. it is important president biden head to delaware at 11:00 am yesterday morning for another long weekend. before he did he was on the white house lawn and wandered up to her few reporters. rachel: it was -- will: here is what happens. >> president biden: the exorbitant profits, number one. number 2, i contacted them to ask what their plans are and to give any suggestions they have. they have 9000 leases.
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they are not doing it. number 3, i think we are going to be in a position -- rachel: in the middle of an answer. will: he is the president of the united states. stop, stop. so obvious. rachel: i said it before. she is more like his nurse than the first lady many times. it is such a contrast, when you see donald trump sometimes in our standing outside talking to people. he can't handle a few minutes without people getting nervous. will: i wonder what triggered his wife to say now is the time to go. was it time to go? rachel: there's no time to go when you are the president.
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pete: was he going off script? would that -- was that not a talking point as she knows the talking points he is allowed to pontificate on and it is time to go? or 1/3 option, was he rambling and she realized here he goes, yet again in a run on sentence and don't know where this plane is going to land. he has had were sent no one stopped him. i wonder what triggered her to say time to go. rachel: the fact that it was impromptu. he cannot handle it. they don't know if he will lose his train of thought. i don't know if it is about a talking point. minimizing damage. don't know where he is going to go. better to get back to his naptime. will: helping the predicament right now. rachel: go ahead.
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pete: speaking of worse, foxnews.com went to grocery shoppers in new york and virginia asking how have your lives changed? is it headed in the right or wrong direction, average shoppers and voters talking about their lives. >> biden has changed my life for the worse. >> change for the worse but generally speaking, that has not been a lot of change. >> changes everybody's lives especially people from the suburbs not making money to keep up with their expenses especially gas. rachel: shout out to fox news digital putting out amazing stuff. i'm glad they are getting these reactions. you cannot go to an event, you can't go anywhere without hearing people talking about because it is hurting so many
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americans. they are becoming poor by the day. the frustration is they understand intuitively this is planned. it doesn't have to be this way. this is president biden talking about this. will: keep sending your stories how inflation, gas prices impacting your life, friends@foxnews.com. i ran my truck down, 8 gallons until empty. i'm going to take it off away. i will tell you how many gallons, miles i have left, 8 miles left. pete: that a lot different from 8 gallons. will: i'm going to wait which is stupid because it will be higher by the time i get to the gas station. should have filled up two days ago. before aaa is having a record number of drivers left on the side of the road without gas.
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they have to pick them up because people are trying to find the cheapest gas station and end up not making it. pete: every time you drive twee 8 miles you stop and fill up. that only putting two dollars in at a time. will: one of the greatest philosophers of our age. rachel: will: a few additional headlines. five people are shot at a nightclub in pensacola, florida, this taking place outside the club's front door. in chicago where shootings are up 36%, 5 people shot overnight in one incident, no arrests have been made in either case. travel trouble lasting 1/3 day for hundreds of thousands of people, 1700 flights canceled as opposed to 4,000 delayed according to flightaware. passengers stranded by severe weather, airlines attempting people to get to their final
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destinations, staff hundred and shortages among other issues. actor taylor had jet fuel in his bloodstream after filming scenes for top gun maverick. >> don't feel good. i was really hot and started itching like crazy. i get out of the jet. my blood work comes back and i have flame retardant pesticides and jet fuel in my blood. rachel: what happened? pete: ask a pilot. around heavy, big equipment, you breathe it in, i don't know. top gun maverick earning $409 million at the box office, top grossing film of the year and those are your headlines. will: that $800 million total, the highest grossing film ever.
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back to shakeel o'neil, did you make it to the parthenon? i don't know. i went to a lot of nightclubs. coming up, yellowstone national park, devastating floods, the insane videos you won't believe. rachel: whistleblower takes us facebook group in chicago where teachers share their curriculum. the shocking lesson plan that could be used in your school coming up. if you don't stain your deck, it's like the previous owner is still hanging around. so today let's stain, with behr, the #1 rated stain. and make your deck, yours. why choose proven quality sleep from the sleep number 360 smart bed? behr. exclusively at the home depot. because it can gently raise your partner's head to help relieve snoring. and make your deck, yours.
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will: we are back with fox "america's nightly scoreboard" -- fox weather. whether slip rachel: it is a one in 1000 years event. rachel: max gordon response from the frontline. >> reporter: the water wouldn't stop rising. >> i've been here my whole life and never seen anything like this. >> reporter: heavy rain melted the late spring snowpack and many rivers and streams turn to
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torrents. >> it was carnage. and anxiety. >> reporter: the montana army national guard had to rescue dozens of people from floodwaters but no serious injuries or death. >> we had homes washed away, bridges that have been washed away but we are committed to rebuild this. >> reporter: 10,000 visitors to yellowstone national park had to be evacuated with one father and son driving out surely before some sections of rubber destroyed by the floodwaters. >> we had no idea it would turn out to be that calamitous. >> reporter: yellowstone is closed but they might open the southern section in the coming days. >> we all collectively got a good plan for how to reopen have to park. >> reporter: in the meantime business owners rely on the tour ministry told roundtable with the governor they've been hit hard. >> the cancellations we've received since monday. >> a place of striking beauty, the power of mother nature shape the landscape.
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>> there's no mercy, these places are wild, we saw that firsthand. >> reporter: max gordon, fox weather. pete: that is devastating flooding in montana and yellowstone national park, it may never be the same. the thing about it is mother nature is resilient and it is used to devastating effects of mother nature. what is going to be destroyed are those businesses that rely on tourism, small towns around. it is a man-made part of this devastation that will have trouble recovering. this is where i was when we went a few weeks ago with my son, did a story for "fox and friends," we fished on the yellowstone river, that is one of the ones swelling, historic melt and run off. will: you are saying this is the ecosystem around the park that supported closely.
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that rivers swelling to historic proportions. is a fishing guy, it is tearing down bridges and buildings. will: and water shortages. pete: it is a huge tourist attraction. it is what a lot of families do. a wonderful vacation. rachel: we hope they can rebuild quickly. thanks very much. will: a chicago teachers union executive board member was caught teaching zoom class remote learning while in puerto rico during the covid lockdowns. the name was farah chambers. she is back at it again in a different form.
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she is remote learning for puerto rico. rachel: she was encouraging teachers to go on strike and not come back to school saying parents -- she was saying on facebook go on strike, at the same time posting on instagram she was by the pool. pete: this was obtained by the jussie sullivan for governor campaign by whistleblower, chicago teachers union private facebook group chat and she is explaining how she teaches christopher columbus lesson saying when i taught eighth grade social studies we did a lesson where we walked in and started taking students pencil cases and stuff and that is how we started our christopher columbus lesson. some adults should have been in my class because they are acting like this country wasn't built on stolen land by people
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who stole everything from people of color. how did they think them fill their museums? they looted countries all over the world. i will remind you, eighth grade social studies class. rachel: no understanding that most countries had conquests, that is the history of the world but an interesting thing you talk about a lot which is this is how howard zinn, the marxist who wrote the people's history which is probably the most popular history book used in america today, american history through the lens of a marxist and everything is seen through the lens of oppression and victimization, he literally had to start with columbus. if you take down columbus and establish disillusionment from the get-go start undermining
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america. pete: the ideological underpinnings which talked about in battle for the american mind but for the useful idiots in the movement what you said is important. it is lacking in understanding of context, like staring in the mirror and seeing your blemishes without understanding everyone has blemishes. did columbus have ugly part of his history? yes but does that make him unique historically? the answer is no. the united states is not walking around skinless, point to be the nation that does. these people only look to vilify the united states devoid of historical context. pete: will and in an hour will go off the wall and demonstrate for you another type of lesson
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plan that is happening in cities in classrooms across the country called the privileged walk. it made the news recently because of an assignment in missouri. i looked it up on the way and. i had heard of it, this is been a middle school, high school and elementary schools across the country, we will visualize for you what students across america often see when it comes to privilege and implicit bias and how devastating it is. will: we see who's more privileged, you're me? pete: we will do generic questions. rachel: since your white are you more privileged than me? or what was worse -- >> that is the height -- pete: does that make you more privileged than me?
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will: speaking of something that will make it interesting, last night i was in for sean hannity. we did a segment on education and i went to a second question. big mistake and here's how it unfolded. rachel: you said you would like to return your degree to harvard. maybe it is time you do that. maybe harvard wants youtube. >> leave it to rachel campos duffy. i have said that. may be now is the time. maybe tomorrow morning, maybe you put me in the spotlight and maybe now is the time to give it back. rachel: another reason to tune into "fox and friends" on the weekend, see if pete returns that degree.
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pete: i'm bringing it to the set tomorrow. rachel: if you dare peach to do anything he's going to do it. are you going to take a hammer to it? pete: top of the 8:00 hour. i have been saying about this, not that i didn't work hard or like some of the people, the g.i. bill paid for it but what harvard represents is not something we should be holding up, what we should celebrate. later in the show we will give this back. rachel: this is dramatic but very symbolic. it could start a movement. pete: that doesn't mean you to
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but if you were educated by marxist effectively which why are we holding it up? that is my argument. people may disagree with me but tune in later on. rachel: i am not going anywhere. rachel: 15 people on a terror watch list were captured trying to enter the us. our next guest is a border sheriff who warns that the number is likely much higher. this message to the white house next. (♪ ♪) (♪ ♪) i didn't realize my dna could tell me if i had a higher chance for type two diabetes. so when my son gave me a 23andme kit, it was a wake-up call.
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will: border patrol video shows group of migrants rushing the arizona border as "outnumbered" agents struggle to stop them. this is happening as we learn the just last month 15 people
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on the fbi's terror watch list were caught at the southern border as they tried to cross into the united states. here to react is of sheriff mark lam. good to see you again. i would like to say this video is shocking but unfortunately i believe it is becoming audible too common but the numbers, the terror watch list, that is shocking. what is going on? >> it is shocking but has been going on for some time. anytime you allow large groups of people to come in that want to do harm to america, i think the numbers up to 50 people this year, these people know that they can mix and easily with these groups and potentially do us harm so i think we know the number could
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be much higher. how many were not on a temporal list, how many more got by, we will never know because of the policy we are seeing here. pete: important to highlight, what did we not catch, how many did we not catch? 15 in may, 50 for the year compared to 15 in total last year and that is just what we are catching. police in mexico in a border town not far from your district have found the pill pressing plant where they were using fentanyl to precedent pills, this is right across the border showing how this process is made that ended up with so far this year almost 7400 pounds of fentanyl ceased at the us border, well on pace to beat last year with a total of 10,500 was see used in a 12
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month period. right across the border we see how the pills are made. >> that's just one place. imagine how many more places are producing these pills. we are seeing unprecedented amounts of drugs, across the border now especially the fentanyl pills. i hope americans listen to this. fentanyl is the number one killer of americans in america between 18 to 45. we know where it is coming from yet the federal government is doing nothing about it. i had a meeting this week, we had a dhs representative come on and talk about the major threat they were focused on were americans they deemed domestic violence terrorists, or a few other things, you're outlining people that don't believe what this administration beliefs, why not focus on the people coming across the border and why are
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you not focused on the number one killer in america which is fentanyl. they are tone deaf to what is going on or they are completely okay with the country being ruined. we are not going to stand for it. we started an organization to protect america now. we are going to fight for the american people. will: protectamericanow.com. we see fentanyl from china, mexico, tier counties, i've seen the impact in your county and every town across the united states. great to talk to you. still had pro-life pregnant centers are under attack as america awaits a decision on roe v wade. the fbi finally investigates.
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>> welcome back to "fox and friends," the fbi says it will investigate attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers as acts of domestic violent extremism ahead of the supreme court decision munro versus wade. the pro-choice group has taken credit for several of these attacks.
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our next guest is the executive director of capitol hill crisis pregnancy center, janet, welcome. it has been shocking to see over 50 attacks on pro-life organizations since the draft of this decision was leaked. tell us what happened at your center. >> it was two weeks ago yesterday. i got a phone call from a neighbor because i wasn't here yet at the office and they said red paint had been thrown on the door and graffiti was on the wall so i drove in and when i saw it for myself i sort of what do you do? called the police and they met me here, i complement the dc police are taking it seriously from the beginning and they were an enormous help the entire day but the graffiti they had written said jane says on one wall and the second
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wallet said revenge, jane says revenge. the bucket of red paint was thrown on the door, drifted to the sidewalk and just that is what it was. >> they market themselves as pro choice and the women who have these crisis pregnancies and come to you made the choice to keep their child. tell us quickly about the good work your counselors who work there do. >> we offer everything at no cost which it helps them. many people want to keep their baby and are in a socioeconomic situation that it seems impossible but when they go to one of our pregnancy centers they receive help and support in very practical ways. in the capitol hill pregnancy center, all the baby clothes they need, gently used, new, we
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are not a diaper bank but emergency supplies of diapers, parenting skill classes we offer taught by professionals and most of all one of the most important things is they start when you go to church you may sit in the same pew, they come on the same day every month because we allow our clients to come back every 30 days. if they meet with one or 2 of the same clients relationships are built. that is a great help to them because then they open up their fears about mothering, they might be 16 or 18 or 30. the range is totally different. we help them every way we can. a baby can sleep for one year of the baby's life. many of the women we help are
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in small apartment so it is good for them to have. we have a lot of donations from people. rachel: i met counselors, compassionate, loving people offering a lifeline. so many women say if they had one person help them it would not have been an abortion and that is the choice they are making. thank you, i hope these attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers don't scare away the good kind wonderful volunteers at healthcare organizations. thank you for joining us and god bless you and the good work you do. >> thank you so much. turning to your headlines. will: thank you. police identifying 2 of the 3 people shot to death at alabama church.
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walter rainy and sarah yeager. authorities say the gunman occasionally attended the church, he faces capital murder charges. a man is under arrest for stabbing 3 people at random in san francisco international airport. police say he got into the airport with a, quote, edge weapons seen outside the security checkpoint. all 3 passengers were able to board their flight after getting medical attention. us census bureau is requesting $10 million to fund research on how to ask people about their sexual orientation and identity, the money would be spent over several years and used to test different wording of questions and craft the most succinct questions. those are your headlines. lifeguard not on duty. nationwide labor shortage
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>> the new york city parks department announcing due to national lifeguard shortage we will not be hosting swim programs including lapse and senior swim and learn to swim at our outdoor pools this summer. our next guest is a ymca director in new york offering free swimming lessons and even a lifeguard signing bonus to keep programs afloat. mary o'donoghue joins us. something you don't think about, you take for granted. it is summer, pools and swimming lessons. of swimming lessons are not offered, who was affected by that? >> everybody, the community. it is a staple in new york city what we have swim lessons available from various entities throughout the city, parks to a lot in the summer.
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will: the pools were closed for covid, why in 22? >> there has been national and international shortage of lifeguards for a number of years. covid played a big part of it because there was no training for the upcoming guards so we are at a point where we are scrambling back to get people into lifeguard training so they are certified. pete: you have 2 or 3 years of a gap for lessons for kids that eventually leads to less people proficient in the water. >> correct and that is part of it, the lack of swimming lessons so that people coming up don't have the ability to swim as needed for lifeguards. it is not -- certification, you have to be able to swim well
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and form -- perform the rescue skills. pete: i was lifeguard as a youth, not a very good one but i did my job. real quick, people that can pay for private lessons will pay for private lessons but public services the city said it will provide serve underserved communities. >> that is correct and what the ymca is doing to combat that is we are offering free ymca lifeguarding courses that will give everyone the ability to take the training who already has it and for those that don't have it we have swim lessons available and we will work to assist people to attain those lessons. pete: it is great summer job. part of the problem is mine is that an indoor pool in the
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will: is that ship away? >> i can't wait for that. will: to change their address in new york city, the summer concert series with us on saturday. jim will go some last-minute father's day gift ideas. it is last-minute. hope they have 1-day shipping. the only way i do it. i love when they are about me not because i like being -- i don't have to do it. that is it. pete: if it were mother's day i wouldn't be scrambling all day long. rachel: we have a fox news alert. the late show with stephen colbert caught after hours in the halls of the us capitol building. pete: they are charged with unlawful entry. will: jackie a bond years
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following the developments across the newsroom. >> reporter: cbs claimed its employees were there to film an upcoming sketch and had permission to be on the premises but the reporting from fox news reveals otherwise. thursday night at 8:30 the us capitol police department received a call from on someone in the longworth office building. ahead flood people working on the late show production near the offices of congresswoman lauren bogert, sources telling fox news in aid to democratic congressman let them in. hours earlier they were told to leave my maps of the capitol police department. they were trying to attend the january 6th committee hearing but did not have proper credentials, cbs says they conducted interviews with members of the committee including adam schiff. the late show with stephen colbert aaron an old episode last night. cbs did offer this response to
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the damaging report saying, quote, after leaving members offices on their last interview of the day, there were other final comedy elements when they were detained by capital police. sources telling fox news they could face additional charges if police investigate this case. rachel: imagine if there were conservative groups banging in the middle of the night on the doors of democrat members of congress, they would be called domestic terrorists for sure, good to see something is going to be done about this. if it is good for 1-sided is good for the other side. pete: don't know what it was but sound like someone let them in and they were wandering the halls and the reality is a couple years ago that might not have been a big deal because everyone was allowed in but with the change in protocol, the greatest threat to our democracy that we were about to talk about.
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pete: what makes this newsworthy is in the midst of a new cycle talking about the sanctity of the us capitol you are rested at the us capitol. that seems to be the hypocrisy. the threat to democracy. it has become a verbal tic, a trojan horse, a filler word inside of which you could import anything you want, both bill and hillary clinton have taken up the task. the 42nd president on the late late show. >> i think there's a fair chance we could completely lose our constitutional democracy for a couple of decades if we make bad decisions. i'm not naïve about this which i've been in a lot of fights. i've lost some and won a bunch. i've been elated and heartbroken but never before been as worried about the
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structure of our democratic form of government. before not to be outdone his wife hillary was speaking with the financial times and this is what she said in that interview. we are standing on the precipice of losing our democracy and everything everybody else cares about, goes out the window. the most important thing is to win the next election, the alternative is so frightening that whatever does not help you win should not be a priority. will: whatever does not help you win should not be a priority. rachel: interesting from someone who undermined democracy with russia hoax now that we know from her own team, her campaign manager said she is the one and she knew about the entire beginning of this hoax that i think has done more damage than anything in modern history to undermining all of our confidence in democracy. rachel: staggering statement, politics is their religion, the most important thing to win the
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next election, the alternative is so frightening that whatever does not help you should not be a priority. with the hearings we've seen this week this is what this is about, you are the last witness at the january 6th hearings, this is not about january 6th. this is about 2024, saving our democracy from all those ultra am88 insurrectionist who might vote in 2024 and it could be donald trump again. that must be stopped at all costs. that is precisely what they mean. we are not a democracy, we are a republic. in my book i talked about, appreciate you mentioning this, democracy has been the buzzword of the left for century, marxist used it intentionally for whatever they wanted to fill it with. that's what you said. destroying the threat to democracy mean? stopping us from doing what we
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want to do. i will do this quickly. you covered some of them. today democracy is the verbal tic, the tourette's syndrome response everyone on the left, they go in 6-month cycles, everything under the banner of racial justice, pandemic of the unvaccinated, phrases that become the ones they reiterate over and over. i was going to say this in all legitimacy, in your book it is not just a momentary fad, it has been the filler, the trojan horse for century to fight whatever you want to fight to say you are defending democracy but she's laying it out honestly, nothing matters but winning. we can live, we can misinform, we can do whatever we need to do because nothing is more important than winning, she is laying out if they don't win everything is lost so do
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whatever it takes. pete: why wouldn't they peddle a russia hoax to try to defeat and discredit? rachel: let me give you another perspective that puts the clintons in a more favorable light based on this. what she says is we need to do what we have to do to win, her husband did that, went to the middle after he got a beating in the midterms in his first term. if you wanted to take a positive spin on fat, she could say the clintons are all about power, all about winning, they will do whatever it takes. they are all about themselves but the democratic party is filled with true radical ideologues they don't care if their energy policy which shuts down american energy independence, if it makes people poor, drive prices up, means they will lose big time
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in the midterms, we need to change this policy so we can win. this is what bill maher has to say, that will never happen because they are in the extreme minority in our party. you cannot find an alternative moderate candidate if you got would've president biden. >> if biden does step down the democrats have a problem, but who? who is there bill clinton who is going to come along? clinton and obama the last two successful democrats. is there a bill clinton or barack obama out there? or broadly centrist democrat no longer possible? pete: that guy said the era of big government is over.
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if we are considering barack obama to be a moderate alternative, how quickly are we moving in this country? the fundamental transformation guy, more reasonable democrats are clamoring for. pete: i am pessimistic that is what she means. she may mean we need to turn more moderate to retain power, more pessimistic, do whatever it takes. rachel: she has given you reason to think that but her husband is a different matter. he showed he could move to the middle and he was a southern guy with sensibility about where america was more so than the people we have now but what we have now in the democrat party are people like aoc and
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bernie sanders. will: turning to biden's border crisis 15 people on the fbi terror watch list are caught trying to enter our country. rachel: border patrol agents fear that number is likely higher. >> reporter: good morning. new data reveals the number of people on a terror watch list arrested by border patrol is shooting through the roof under president biden. border patrol arrests of people in a terrorist screening database. there have been 50 of these arrests, fiscal year 2,020 one, there were 15, 2020, there were three, fiscal year 2019 there were 0. you get the picture. the trend is the last couple years under president biden these numbers have been exploding, 65 of these arrests compared to 11 the previous
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four combined. people try to make it through the border. look at this video tracking down runners in mission, texas, trying to climb over a fence, it didn't work out, they were arrested. look at the second piece of video, in the middle of the night they were going after migrant runners in the brush. the migrants come out of the woodwork, you see several of these runners arrested as well. look at this video, texas trooper pursuing a human smuggler, pulls over and bails out and ten illegal immigrants bail out go fleeing and all directions. that trooper decided to go after the driver. he tracked the driver down and arrested him for human smuggling. this terror watch lists are a major concern.
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since october there have been 440,000 known got aways averaging 1800 people sneaking past our agents every day. who are those got aways? will: i barely know what to say. record after record being broken, got aways, no solutions, no interest, overwhelmed and demoralized border patrol, and 21/2 more years potentially. pete: maybe you could cudgel the administration but a wide-open board, no idea who they are and more every day and we are the only ones reporting on that. rachel: griff jenkins and bill melugin have this entire beat to themselves, people on the border know these stories and it is affecting those communities.
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i feel so bad for them. this is a largely hispanic force. i don't think it is a surprise that myra florez who won a decisive victory, that went 16 points for president biden, she won in that congressional race and her husband is a border patrol agents. people are not happy, americans in that area not happy with what is happening. they see the danger. you see it too. pete: i've been in that area, the sheriff, mark lam was talking, i don't think this and be underlined enough. 50 people on the terror watch list have been caught and that led to an obvious question. >> any time you allow large groups of people to come in
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that want to do harm to america, 15 people, the number is up, 50 people this year, 15 people in the month of may, they can mix in easily with these groups and get into america and potentially do us harm. the number could be much higher. pete: that is the number that we caught. 50 is the number that we caught. rachel: look at 2019 when you saw those figures they were 0. it works to control the border. that was under donald trump in 2019. this is outrageous, dereliction of duty, giving control of the border to the cartels and allowing terrorists in and at some point something is going to happen. i don't understand how the biden administration with all
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the groups promoting this border policy and the pressure they are getting from open border immigration groups and george soros how they cannot care about our national security. will: don't know how many in total are on the terror watch list. it can't be an easy list to get on unless you're really doing something. pete: don't know if the numbers published but i'm trying to find out. how many people are on a terror watch list? rachel: january 6th now. will: these are presumably foreign terrorists on the watchlist. a massive number. that is just the we know of. rachel: it is outrageous and where are the other networks? fox has been on this story.
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will: the list is probably not available but hundreds of thousands? tens of thousands? we have a few additional headlines as well. russia is calling two american fighters mercenaries as they bake the biden administration for help. video and photos of us marine andy when. they were forced to speak russian, captured when russian forces ambushed their platoon on june 9th, when helping ukrainian fighters. we follow that story. wall street closing its worst week since march 2020, the s&p and nasdaq closing higher. the dow slightly down from friday's open, the s&p hammered
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by a 6% dip, the dow and nasdaq falling 4. 8%, federal interest rate hikes and fears of recession driving market volatility. let's not even talk about crypto currency. rachel: hi blame you. pete: wall street investors brace for more stock plunges the white house sending out gas cards in an attempt to milk high gas prices. the idea was shut down in march with the microchip shortage as president biden sent a letter to major oil refiners demanding to increase production to provide relief for americans. print more money targeted to gas. will: it will send prices higher. rachel: the fraud, waste and abuse is another thing. pete: now to the philadelphia
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stars looking to avenge a week 2 loss against the new jersey generals and taking on the tampa bay bandits, kickoff at 4:00. kickoff at 8:30 p.m. and those are your headlines. rachel: hope we have some stanley cup sports news coming up. that is my father's day gift. rachel: the jersey waiting for him there. will: you know -- to go into that. rachel: all right. why the secrecy. rescuing americans and allies
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stuck behind enemy lines for everyone to hear the truth next. will: have you heard of the privilege walked? we will demonstrate this new woke left plan making its way in the classroom. ♪♪
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will: the house foreign affairs committee holding a closed-door briefing on the disastrous afghanistan withdrawal. republicans who attended say the american people deserve answers in an open and unclassified hearing. why the lack of transparency? why, lieutenant colonel scott man. why do you think it was classified behind closed doors? because it had 2 or they don't want people to see? >> thanks for having me on. i don't think it is because it was laden with classified information. some of these briefings have classified information that the
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bulk of this is not classified. we have 700 american citizens in afghanistan, thousands of legal permanent residents, tens of thousands of commandos, what was the decision leading up to withdrawal. 2000 fallen over the 20 year war. they need answers. pete: one other aspect is staggering, politico, about biden's broken promises. the state department estimates 160 afghan allies with family memos are eligible to come to the us on a special immigrant visa. the state department can't guarantee most of them will leave afghanistan by the time
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biden finishes his term in january, 700 americans, tens of thousands of others, the process is years and years. >> you know who is carrying that load? veterans and other volunteers. veteran volunteers. they quit their jobs, cashed in their bank accounts that haven't hung up the phone, the bulk of it, think about the moral injury it puts on this vulnerable veteran population. the american people need answers but veterans and goldstar families deserve answers and we need transparent -- get to the bottom of what happened and that is what i think we need to do and that's not a democrat or republican issue. pete: no one has been more involved than you. if we have open and transparent hearings what would the
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american people learn? >> one of the things they would learn is there was not much planning out all that went into this withdrawal. one thing that we've got to get at is the wholesale abandonment of our afghan special operations force, we took decades to build this force. that's why we got hit on 9/11, we bled and died for that and abandoned it wholesale and the american people will learn a lot of these special forces were hunted and killed over the winter when they could have been withdrawn. the only reason most of them are still breathing is the work of veteran volunteers and other groups who have done what they can to keep them alive. pete: vets like you who have followed through on like leaders who were supposed to
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rachel: welcome back to "fox and friends". overdose that's in oregon skyrocketing 41% in 2021 after the state the, lysed small amounts of hard drugs, drug addiction treatment and recovery act was meant to
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encourage drug users to call for help without fear of being arrested. kevin barton joins us now. you said this law was a trojan horse. explain. >> this law was a trojan horse. it was with a promise to promote treatment. these are citizen initiatives, well-intentioned voters thought they were voting for treatment and help him but what was behind that was an effort to decriminalize drug possession, meth, heroin, hard drugs that are driving out of control violent crime. people thought they were getting one thing but ended up with something different. rachel: if we decriminalize drugs all the problems around drug addiction and crime will go away.
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thomas what is happening in your state because of this. >> it is a false promise, tragic results so many predicted would happen but didn't. things like car theft and catalytic converter theft in the portland area, in portland and in surrounding communities. it essentially borders portland, overdose deaths spiking. and counteracting overdose has gone up triple. even children exposed to drugs, with meth and heroin.
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rachel: the hotline sold to voters in oregon, calling in to get help. >> it is just absurd. if you walk down the street and seen by a police officer injecting yourself with heroin and the officer says you are injecting yourself with heroin and you say yes you get a ticket and showing up in court, the vast majority of here when users don't show up. those who do whether it was heroin or meth, once they appear in court they have a choice. pay a fine up to one hundred dollars or if call a one-800 number where they talk to someone about their treatment options. the numbers are tragic. there only two key numbers, a little over $300 million for the new structure, the new
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approach, the entire state over 60 months called that hotline and indicated the desire to see through them. rachel: they are hurting people through crime, to help the addicts falling deeper into addiction and many of them overdosing. it is bad all the way around. we appreciate you bringing this to light. thank you so much. still ahead disturbing details about the man who drove a truck through the front of the store in massachusetts, what the suspect said moments after the crash. a new lesson plan tries to shame kids for their privilege. we go off the wall to show you what is happening behind closed doors in the classroom.
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how does it work? this originated in 1989. peggy mcintosh, an american feminist with this exercise. harvard bachelors, masters and phd where all the bad ideas emanate from. in higher education, the national association of school psychiatrists, for middle school and high school, some reports of elementary school where they are introducing this. pete: we will demonstrate it here. we are not role-playing but for the answers to these questions pete is privileged, i am not privileged. this takes place in the classroom. pete: imagine a classroom of 30 kids of all backgrounds standing publicly in front of each other. that is what we want to visualize. the first step is if you are a white male take one step forward.
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will: if you took out loans for your education take one step backward. pete: if english is your first language, one step forward. will: english is your first line with your privileged. if you are going to be the first person in your immediate family to graduate from college take one step backwards. that is where it gets into things other people would not have known about your family that are publicly disclosed. there are 30, 40 of them that are incredibly intrusive. if there were more than 50 books in your house growing up take one step forward. if you ever felt past over for an employment position based on gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation take one step back. pete: in this scenario.
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if your work and school holidays coincide with religious holidays take one step forward. in this process thinking about this, white male christian privilege is what was targeted by peggy mcintosh and others. will: the different choices made to highlight privilege. everyone in their life can find something that has such them back. that has disadvantaged them but we are focused on privilege. if you have been bullied or made fun of for something you can't change, take one step backward. pete: if you or your family ever inherited money or property take one step forward. getting further apart. pete: if you have been stopped or questioned by the police because they felt you were suspicious take one step backward. another nod toward race.
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when you look at this list it is almost -- the operative word have you ever felt. pete: if you're a citizen of the united states, take one step forward. will: if you were ever uncomfortable about a joke or statement you overheard related to your identity take one step backward. you are way over there, way more privileged. pete: imagine a classroom of middle schoolers in america who don't see these distinctions, not attempting to identify by race or class or how many books you had or whether your parents went to college with your parents are married or divorced. intrusive personal questions proclaimed, and standing physically apart from each other. pete: headed toward a perceived finish line, your advantage over mine, privilege to middle schoolers.
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will: the people seen as privileged are supposed to feel bad for that and find a way to undo that and effectively create a victim class on the other side. pete: diversity, inclusion and this exercise is about equity, equal outcomes. will: this made its way into schools and the mind of middle schools, something he points out in his book battle for the american mind, tracing america's progressive take over of education dating back a century. pete: exercises like this are not just in seattle, portland and new york city, schools in pennsylvania, across america, things like this could be happening in your school, it takes students telling their parents to raise the fact that it is happening.
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rachel: i can't think of anything more divisive than that. often seeing it visually. turning to your headlines, china, accessing more online data than previously known, the communist country tapping into america's data through tick-tock which responded to privacy concerns by promising information gathered about users in the united states is stored in the united states rather than china. a tick-tock employee says everything is seen in china. incredible video showing a car driving to approach trump stored massachusetts. the employee said the driver blamed the voices in his head. he noticed an anti-trump sticker on the back of the car.
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the suspect has been charged in the case. no one in the store was hurt. chris rock being considered to host another award show. vanity fair reporting the emmys reached out for him after will smith slapped rock at the oscars but he declined the offer and the emmys reached out to duane the rock johnson to host, but the rock is likely to turn down the gig and those are your headlines. still ahead, what will happen to each's harvard degree? his message to higher education, plus don't forget tomorrow is father's day, we have the best last-minute gifts. ♪♪ ♪♪ taking care of business ♪♪
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to make our job easier we are familiar with battery-powered tools, the 62 v system, they make the blowers, today we will have fun with it. we've got a can launcher right inside. look at this. making it easy. we have hovercraft, look at that. this is great fun. i have the instructions on my website. here it is. so good. back to your question. these chairs have a rating of 500 pounds. if your dad is a bigger guy these are great. they fold up easily and have four reclining positions.
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day ideas. the kind of guy you can't compete with. you look at it and go i am out. rachel: i love his kids and they will enjoy the weekend. will: may be some of those gifts will help you enjoy the weekend better. this particular segment we have been waiting for for two hours. this segment was paid up in a deep tease. rachel was on hannity last night where pete was guest hosting and they had this exchange. rachel: i would say you said many times you would like to return your degree to harvard. maybe it is time you do that. may be harvard wants you to. pete: leave it to rachel campos duffy. i have said that. maybe now is the time.
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maybe tomorrow morning on -- maybe you put me in the spotlight and now is the time to give it back. rachel: there's another reason to tune into "fox and friends" on the weekend, let's see if pete returns or tears up that degree. pete: my harvard diploma is across the room here. rachel: that was a double bear. if you double dare pete, it works. he falls for it every time. a lot of work, a lot of night studying. pete: you've known me for a long time and i have said that. i don't want to elevate the prestige of harvard considering what harvard has become. the head chaplain at harvard today's an atheist.
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this was a university founded by john harvard with the original motto of for the glory of christ. when you look at the ubiquitous this of critical theory, marxist thinking of racist thinking frankly, why are we holding it up as the vanguard of what makes someone credible, or something we should seek? that the idea at least for me and it doesn't down play, i went there for four years for masters degree that takes two. you know why? rachel: that doesn't sound good. pete: i have a legitimate reason. i did work hard and had some good professors at all of that is true, but when i was going through it i knew what it was. it is left-wing, climate change, the government's. i was in the same rat race. i wanted to go to the elite
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place and check the box. i went to harvard, i must have credibility as a result. if we go at our educational establishment we need new institutions. i've got a quote from battle for the american mind. for educational insurgency to succeed, and entire alternate framework for the educational pipeline needs to be established, new teachers colleges, more classical colleges and universities need to be founded based on the new demand, and entire parallel structure while tearing down the fake prestige of progressive cathedrals like harvard, princeton and elite high school boarding schools, don't know if you read my book before this one but i'm going to read a quote from that. rachel: i heard you say it.
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pete: i wrote let me be very blunt. stop supporting your alma mater. stop sending your kids. this is a start, taking the next step, send your diplomas back. mail them back, returned to sender, thank you for the education but i can no longer support your leftist cause and explain why you are doing it and i wrote when the time is right mark my words harvard university will be getting the diploma it gave me back from me. rachel: that is where we stand. pete: that was in 2002. in 2020 i wrote those words. will: a time is right. rachel: are we going to do this? let's do it. rachel: easy back to come off here. rachel: how are you doing this? are you burning it?
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rachel: i have an envelope here, parchment. i will point out slowly, there we go. harvard university. if you look at -- the shield on the diploma. i don't think my wife will like this either. you see these books here? in the motto kick you old testament, new testament, future testaments to come when christ returns. this is what we are talking about with harvard university. i think we go with critical theory. rachel: a harder time. rachel: should be renamed critical theory university. pete: if you look at up right now, critical theory department. i don't like this sharpy, i need a stronger sharpy.
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peter brian hegseth, degree of masters, scratch that out. john f. kennedy, he was a democrat but he would be a republican in today's, he was a taxcutting pro-life anti-communist. we finish it off by saying return to sender. right here and i will sign it for good note. rachel: can i witness the signature. rachel: you want -- he's actually a lawyer. will: you know what i say? one down, one to go. rachel: we are going to go all the way. rachel: people say that is just
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a stunt, i got the degree. pete: but i hope this is a statement that as conservatives and patriots we love this country, we can't keep sending our kids, elevating them to universities that are poisoning their minds. a lot of kids go there and buy into critical theory university and that is how we get future leaders, supreme court justices, senators, others who see america as an evil place and harvard is a factory. rachel: thank you for writing this book. this could be the start of a movement in many ways. i want to say this. one of the good things about having a lot of kids you can learn from your mistakes. when the first one went off we were impressed when she got to the university of chicago and by the third child that
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graduated a couple weeks ago she is going somewhere else and i had podcast with victor davis hanson and i took advantage, what are the universities i sent my kids to? he gave us a list, 5 or 6, i am going to do that and this is how i did it different, gave that list to my daughter and said here's the deal. i am sick of paying money to people to hate our values and aren't going to do it. these are the schools you can apply for if you want me to help you and that is how i did it this time and she is going to a practical catholic university, the university of dallas where i looked at their curriculum and it is nothing like all the things you see in these elite universities where they are selling them a bunch of as you said critical theory and i feel good about --
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finally feel great about it. that's the evolution i am having and we had that to gather. will: putting your money where your mouth is. pete: robbie george, constitutional law professor started the james madison program for american institutions and ideals. there are 25 freethinking conservative professors at princeton, there is hope for a renaissance in a way that is totally gone from harvard and yale. rachel: its not enough to complain about the woke universities, you have to stop supporting those who are doing it right and there are some out there in the united states, my kid is going to one, hillsdale, liberty. pete: i will sign your book for your library, stuff my diploma in their.
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rachel: going in the trash. rachel: thank you for indulging us. the thing about the show, the future of the country, and a good one to your kids. we are not actors. i'm not playing some tv guide. rachel: this is the real diploma. rachel: i really mean this. a battle for the american mind, thanks for the moment but it is about if we don't act now, future generations, we will look back at this republic and say you didn't keep it and it is our job. will: you talk about the future of this country and look at the present. a new poll by usa today, president biden at 39% approval rating, 58% disapprove. the sentiment of whether we are
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on the right or wrong track, 71% of people believe we are on the wrong track, 16 like the way the train is headed down the track. rachel: who are the 16%? i can't imagine. pete: getting closer to that. a staggering number. into a presidency, 81 million reasons he was supposed to be the most popular president, uniting the country and here we are with staggeringly low numbers and it seems it is all yesterday at the white house lawn, 11:00, long weekend to be had, problems in the country, i am taking off. talk to a few reporters, this is how it unfolds. >> president biden: i think we are going to be in oppose addition -- pete: we got to go he was told.
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rachel: president biden's visiting angel, his nurse telling him to get back on the helicopter that is waiting for him and take a nap. this same thing happened with the easter bunny. they don't like him to go off script because it creates trouble because he is not always clear thinking and there you have it. pete: the president being pooled away to the beach in delaware. americans are left with this, americans visiting the grocery store, asking them about the last year how their lives changed. >> biden has changed my life for the worse. >> change for the worse but generally speaking not a lot of change. >> changed everybody's lives
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especially people from the suburbs, not making money to keep up with their expenses. gas and everything. pete: you hear from americans what they are experiencing. rachel: what everyone is talking about. will: there are widely reports that staffers in the white house are ready to go. under worked, under delivering, president biden waits to make decisions surrounded by very ideological advisors. you see delaware for a long weekend, you can be president from anywhere but if you are the commander in chief, that laundry list of issues is in front of you and you had a heart for the people you are talking to, especially those on fixed incomes who were hurt most by this you would be rolling up your sleeves and not
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leaving the oval office -- rachel: just before he left he had a climate summit with european leaders and the chinese as well. he is -- there is no sense of urgency about the pain of many people on fixed incomes. we asked you to send your e-mails and here's what you have to say, this from mary, the shelves are empty, prices through the roof, crime everywhere. pete: pamela says i can't afford an electric car. i'm concerned how to make it on a fixed income as i watch my savings and investments plummet. will: an e-mail from barbara, 71 working part-time, two more years than retired, spending 3 times more to get to my job which is 35 miles away. rachel: i went to walmart and the shelves were so there it looked like third world countries. i've never seen america like this before. this is an interesting moment i
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never thought would happen. pete: the will kane podcast i talk about how we got here in terms of the historic personal wealth destruction, your savings, your spending. it is part of build back better, one that was echoed across the board in uk, canada and new zealand because what did they mean. to shake this economy from the foundation. when you start restructuring your economy with climate justice in mind, a trojan horse but whatever policy you want to reimagine society of course you get ripples on the surface, inflation, stock market. rachel: they are willing to make you poor to achieve this transformation. will: transition, reimagine, great reset. let's do a few headlines,
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starting with fox news alert, one firefighter, four others hurt battling a fire overnight in philadelphia, we got video from officials who said the building collapsed when firefighters were attempting to listing which the flames. officials calling it a sad day for the department. the late show with stephen colbert, under arrest after getting caught roaming the halls of the us capitol building after hours. the man behind triumph the insult comic dog among those arrested. staffers found alone near the office of congresswoman laur boebert. they related by a need for democratic congressman jake ocenchaluct after being told to leave early in the day. juliana's orange will stand trial in the united states, the bridge government approving his extradition. he is facing espionage charges.
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his brother speaking out on tucker carlson. >> the uk government is not going to stop this. the fight of our lifetime for press freedom. it is up to all the journalists to stand up together to fight this and get the biden administration to drop this. will: he faces 18 charges in the west. 's attorney says he was acting as a journalist when he released confidential diplomatic tables and now to the nhl, the colorado avalanche set to square off in game 2 in the stanley cup final. colorado hoping to take her to 20 lead, looking to even the series before it heads to tampa bay. they scored the winning goal two minutes into overtime. the puck will drop for tonight's game at 8:00 p.m. . rachel: sean duffy and my son
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will be at the game and i want to wish all the luck to my nephew erica johnson, we are so proud of you. i am feeling good. pete: i'm going with you. will: you are rooting for him. rachel: i only -- i only route for people that i know and love and eric, you are doing amazing. will: at the risk of belaboring the point. before one last thing. eric does not have that. she still looks good. he's the most gorgeous nephew ever. that is my other hockey moment. will: what do i say in response? he is gorgeous? i can say he purposely didn't do that. i think.
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rachel: to put them on. will: the us census bureau out with $10 million, the best ways to ask about sexual orientation and identity. brian kilmeade reacts coming up. rachel: one of a kind museum highlights victims of communism. the creators think the message is so important today's political climate. ake care of . ♪ ♪ [ growling ] [ screaming ] [ growling ] shh. nice and quiet. hey! look! it's your mom! hot dog? [ growling ] ..
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rachel: welcome back to "fox and friends". a new museum is dedicated to 100 million people who died under communist regime, educating the public on the brutality of marxist regimes and influence on the world. the president of the victims of communism memorial foundation joins us live, what an amazing concept. 30% of millennials say they support the end of capitalism and want socialism and communism.
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that is because they don't know about the death and destruction. is that why you started this museum? >> exactly right. in the last 30 years, we failed in educating young people about the history and victims of communism. more than 100 million people died under communist regimes, that level of brutality has never been told to young americans. that is the message we put forward to educate people and we are thrilled to open this brand-new museum in washington two blocks from the white house to educate millions of visitors who suffered under communism. rachel: what can people expect to see inside this museum? >> this museum is dedicated to 100 million who died under communism but also the 1.5 billion who live under communism today.
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we need to make sure they are educated about the rise of communism starting with karl marx and how lennon and his reign of terror, started brutalizing millions in russia, the reign of terror under stalin and the global spread of communism around the world but also in detail the experiences of oppression under the gulags system and the resistance those in central and eastern europe fought against communism and succeeded in defeating soviet communism in europe. rachel: what a great trip for a teacher to take their kids. 1.5 million people, living under the brutality of communism and heading up an important project.
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>> look forward to hosting you sometime. rachel: can't wait. my podcast with my husband, we interviewed daniel martino about his projects going to schools from other dissidents to talk in person about the dangers of socialism. hope you will listen to this and bring the speakers into your school. still had our nation's capital is so desperate for law and order dc's mayor announced a $20,000 hiring bonus. lawrence jones on this decision to back the blue next. ♪♪ it's dr. scholl's time. our insoles are designed with unique massaging gel waves, for all-day comfort and energy. find your relief
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pete: as crime rises in washington dc, mayor bowser upping the ante for new officers, they received the $20,000 hiring bonus. lawrence jones, the host of lawrence jones across the country. 20 grand to join the dc department. >> i guess she gets a round of applause for that but $20,000 is not enough to motivate all the cops. if you have to pay for your own attorneys i don't think that is the barometer to get them on board to do the job. they have to train the way they pollute -- view the police, how they view crime in washington dc and i don't think the mayor is prepared to take political
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hits from the progressives. when they are in peril, it is not this. will: it won't bring out new hires to recruit the police in washington dc, because they are losing qualified immunity and haven't figured liability risk. >> they don't want to do the job anymore because of the way they handle law enforcement industrywide. we did see some bumps in texas but a different philosophy on how we view the police, the largest police academy for the texas department of public safety. that is something where they got a bonus as well and they realize the community and political leadership have their back and washington dc is not
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the same. do cops deserve a raise? absolutely. i guarantee the moment the country shifts again people are begging for the cops after shooting them down for years, going to another municipality, they don't want to deal with the mayors there. it is easy to call on the cops when everything is going bad and crime is out of control but the moment there is a national tragedy, you paint when you when you have one bad apple, cops say i don't want to do this job anymore. will: 15 and one half hours from now will be lawrence jones across the country. what can we >> we have changed the show to go after small stories that would typically be national news. we have a mom that was raped and has to turn over her child
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to the guy that raped her. it will be a fascinating story on cross-country and a story that doesn't get a lot of media attention because it is a local story. it is not just going to diners, focusing on stories that matter, if it can happen to her it can happen to other victims across the country. will: tonight at 10:00 pm, lawrence joe's cross-country. the doctor is in with pro-plaps and cons of popular quito and mediterranean diet. do you know who is brian kilmeade's biggest fan? >> every morning i watch it religiously. i love the sultry sounds of kilmeade and doocy bouncing off of ainsley ehrhardt. i watch it without fail.
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>> is that your answer? pete: there you go. i love the reactions. you think brian kilmeade, the host of "fox and friends" will react to that? what do you think? a shot across the bow? genuine compliment? brian: a couple things. me and rachel are friendly. we like each other. i am a team player. i understand greg got filled gets huge ratings and what he's done is unprecedented when cable takes out broadcast television on a nightly basis but we've seen greg in the halls, we know what it is like in the lunch room, he's not mentally well, has no friends, a few people that don't want to get fired so they follow him around and tell him he's not short. i'm willing to put up with it. the factors there might be some people that believe he was being sincere.
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late night hosts played darts at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning and sleeping until noon. rachel: what i picked up from that clip is he mentioned the weekend show. just a weekday "fox and friends" viewer. brian: for someone who gets up in the morning and looks at my email, let's keep it this way, that he does not watch weekend "fox and friends". will: it is a sign of affection, he can't keep your name out of his mouth on a daily basis. brian: it is very odd. as much as i want to be successful for the station i am hoping greg gets his resume out and goes somewhere else.
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he is not helping my career. it is the most common phrase i get, what's with you and got filled? why do i try to work on democracy 2024 and 2022 if every question to me when i am out and about is what is with you and got filled? pete: can't live without "fox and friends". speaking of odd questions, the us census bureau said they believed $10 million in funding to implement new questions about citizens orientation and sexual identity. how to ask this question just right. >> i looked at the census bureau and this is unprecedented and there are subsets to find out what the american people are trending toward and why they moved and things like that. isn't just so many people in
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your house. how do you take the most sensitive question you could ask and put it on a cold callous form and it is hard to get the verbiage right but i believe if they take my idea i have a way to solve this and i told you i live with the graphics department. anytime i have an idea, get at it and this is what i came up with. one question would be do you like men? do you like within? do you like both? you would circle one, flip it over and mail it in, then you certainly have the most awkward question in america which is your sexuality answered and you can't even say i didn't understand, that's not my native tongue. everyone knows the international sign for girls and boys. rachel: that is not true.
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so old school. let me ask you this. how did this because you are a history guy how did this republic survive without having had this question? for so long. >> you have to find out how many times, and it also helps the country to know the trends of the times, get a little window there, give an idea of the era but i don't know why this is something that is important. does it affect the draft? schooling? does it affect the curriculum? none of this should be part of the census bureau, is delving into categorizing us, not about our heritage, or a separate category to keep us apart when it comes to sexuality.
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will: not allowed to ask about citizenship status. that was a controversial idea, citizen or not citizen, considering congressional districts or how many are voting. rachel: i guarantee the numbers of increased. will: fifa, the federation for football association, something, i don't know. rachel: the world federation, soccer federation but no us in it. will: it is called football across the world. we call it soccer here. we are going to have the world cup in america. just announced, 16 cities will
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be hosting the world cup games in canada and mexico as well, north american world cup. very inclusive. dallas, houston, la, san francisco, seattle, new york, the world cup game is notable, something washington dc did not bring. brian: second time in history the capital of a country is not hosting the world cup, west germany, this is pretty significant. if you could see the footage online at parties as soon as it was announced fox sports one was on the third floor they had a major event and if you got a city or game or games, $500 million, here we are in 2026, over $1 billion and they
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snubbed washington dc. they had a party ready to go. people are stunned they didn't get it, the olympics and all the stuff. one of the reasons, fedex is terrible, it is a horrible site and they wanted to combine it with the ravens stadium and the surrounding area of baltimore isn't, you see what happened to the great city so they snubbed orlando. a brand-new stadium. this is emblematic about what happened to commanders at fedex field and unbelievable the president can't watch a game and then finishes daily work. whoever is president in 2026 will travel to new york or new jersey. brian: can you juggle?
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pete: shoot it out of here. will: what do you have tonight? brian: between your family, 15, 20, that is intentional, that is bad parenting first off. number one participants to kids, we have to talk about that. brian: a soccer placing your family? rachel: i had a couple. pete: we are up against the football. thank you so much. you are doing the live story, you have greg norman on the show tonight.
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brian: you saw the interview. the pga, and in the u.s. open, they fanned -- they banned every player for the pga tour. from greg norman, after the first time, you will see it again. will: in the greenroom when it was going on it was really good. the words from greg norman. pete and ainsley too. rachel: happy father's day. thanks. pete: the clintons claim america is on the verge of losing democracy but it is their party in charge.
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rachel: summer is here. what is the best diet? will: a pro-plaps of a keto or mediterranean diet. pete: dr. jeanette nesheiwat is back. there are differences between men and women on this stuff. >> the difference is men are
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typically bigger, more nutritional needs. or proteins to maintain the muscle mass. whether is the keto died with the mediterranean by it, the benefit of the keto diet which is a high-fat very low carb diet. change it into fatty acids and your body uses ketones for energy that helps you lose weight rapidly and can also help with your blood sugar, you feel better, live longer, there are downsides to that. you feel week, you have the -- rachel: this is not a normal diet. i have seen people on it. it is not a normal diet. >> some diets are good for some people and some for others.
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the key is making sure you don't go from the keto diet to carbs and regain that weight. .paly out diet. will: what type of items are on it. >> bacon and cheese, and avocado or some keto toast if you need something crunchy. pete: the mediterranean diet is what? >> it is loaded with fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grain, fish, nuts, olive oil. the benefit of this -- will: is good for you. >> the beauty of this diet it is shown to reduce your risk of heart disease, brain shrinkage which reduces dementia but talk to your doctor first.
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pete: we just did talk to our doctor. rachel: good advice. will: don't go nowhere, dan vongino joins us next on "fox and friends". ♪♪ treat dad to father's day at lowe's. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ will: good morning. pete: good morning. will: welcome to this final hour of "fox & friends," the fourth hour here. rachel: it's already the fourth hour? show flew if by. pete: flying by. rachel: wow. good morning. will: it's father's day weekend. we're celebrating with one of
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our favorite father/son duos later on in the show, the mche mother boys. pete: they picked a longer weekend to be with us, it is fitting, and we're glad you're with us. hope you have some beautiful weather like we do here and some great plans with your dad this weekend. will: if you're just joining us, approximately one hour ago pete pete leg decided to live up to his own words which he had written in two consecutive books, american crusade and battle for the american mind, and if you have a diploma from an incock try nation factory, send it back. on your screen -- rachel: he did it. he took me up on the dare. pete: i did. rachel said, you've said this, you've written about it, and she's right. i just wrote battle for the american mind, radically reoriented your life around the education of your kids.
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i don't do this lightly. i do it because the credentialing process of these so-called elite universities is how parents and families feel like they need to punch their ticket. how are they going to get ahead in life if they don't go to some elite university or the right university? playing into that pipeline plays into what the progressives want. yes, come to our institution, pay us gobs of money, we will indoctrinate your kids, and we will give them a seal of i approval of harvard or elsewhere, and they're set for life are except what did they really learn? rachel: it's such a great point. the power these institutions get is the power we give them because we buy into this credentialing system. we think that on the good side we think, o.k., if they get into that good school, we can set our kids for life. there's a flipside which is parents like bragging rights of saying my kids two to princeton or to university of chicago, but what are they actually learning
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in i think that's what your book is talking about, about parents just being better consumers of education and understanding what's happening at the schools. pete: and i didn't know it when i did it. i was really just trying to get into the best school possible as an undergraduate and for my master's program. and i think most of our viewers didn't realize it, a little bit of lunacy, i get it, but my kid will be fine. if your kids are prepared to go into that, like your daughter, who's phenomenal, they can affect change. but a lot can't, and they go along with the group think. if you're at home, take a look at your alma mater. take a look at where you went to school. read the newsletters that come out. look at the web site is. what are they emphasizing? are you giving to them? are you planning to send your kids there? and, of course, this book, battle for the american mind, says it goes all the way down to rethinking high school, middle school and elementary school. and as we've talked about, we've learned this in realtime, my
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kids were in public schools just a couple of years ago. i didn't realize the depth of it, but now that we do, it's our responsibility as patriots, kris ca chans, conservatives to do something about it. rachel: mine were in a immediate mediocre catholic school, and i was finally able to get them into a classical economy where i can be proud. i'm giving -- pete: i'm giving a special copy of my book to harvard, and i'm sure this will find a special place in the library. [laughter] rachel: pete never does anything halfway. will: that's a fact. rachel: no matter what it is. it could be a steak, it could be a harvard diploma, it could be, you know, fighting for america -- pete: all in. rachel: doesn't go halfway on anything. pete: as they say, moderation is for cowards. will: i know he was watching, the host of unfiltered with dan bongino. i know you have a reaction, dan.
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good morning. rachel: good morning, dan. >> well, first, thank god pete works here and not, like, msnbc or cnn, because you know what they do, they would go back and say, well, your resumé's got to get updated, pete -- [laughter] we hire you as a harvard grad, and now you're done, you're finished, so your next paycheck, you'd be like, well, what happened? will: you're right. >> so a couple thoughts on this. pete's book, listen, i'veed had pete on my radio show, and i are friends. but i said when i had him on my radio show that that the interview is i did with him, i'm going to put it on my podcast, because i think it's one of the most important books out this year. it's not my book, i didn't publish if it, but this is an issue i ran on when i ran for office. education. forget our petroleum, our rare earth minerals, you know, that's
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great we have all that here. you know what we have? we have people. and we are screwing them over. the corruption of our education system is the the big screw job in the history of american politic things. we have this wealth of human capital being flushed down the drain as we don't teach these kids to be engineers, doctors and scientists, but to be snowflake social justice warriors, and it is a national disgrace. let me just tell you one statistic here. you know what inspired me when i ran for office? back in 2010 i read a piece by jason riley in the "wall street journal." think about this number. there are 20,000 high schools in this country. you know just 2,000 of them produce half the dropouts? now, if you happen to be black, look at me, to our listeners who are minorities out there, if you happen to be black, you have a 50% chance of sending your kid to one of those schools. that is a disgrace, that is a stain on our country, that is the civil rights issue of our time. that cannot be allowed to
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happen, and if we don't fix it, we're not going to have a country moving forward as china and other countries around world laugh at us. sorry -- . rachel: ray you're right. >> it's so darn important. rachel: our children are our national treasure, and what we're feeding them intellectually at our schools, and it starts in elementary all the way up through college, it's not good. it's not worthy of them, and it's not worthy of this country. you bring up such a great point, dan. thank you for that. pete: and the ultimate equal opportunity. you can't affect where you were born or who your parents are, but if you can get a kid into school and give them an education, thats' how you level the playing field. >> and, pete, your book doesn't address just choice. school choice is great, and like i said, i ran on. that i was a de facto product of school choice. if it wasn't for grammar school rescuing me from the terrible public schools in the area, ps-68, i wouldn't be here
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speaking to you in coherent english sentences. that's just a fact. but it's not just choice, it's curriculum. and that's's what pete's book hammers. how the left, it was generational. their hijacking of the curriculum did not happen last year, okay? this is -- they know exactly what they're doing. this was deliberate. it was not a mistake. and that's why we are now in the country with this culture riot. will: we wanted to ask you about this as well, as is often case, certain verbal ticks that you can hear repeated over and over, the current moment is we are at threat of losing our democracy. former president bill clinton was on the late late show where he's the latest to say this exact phrase. watch. >> i actually think there's a fair chance that we could completely lose our constitutional democracy for a couple of decadeswe keep making -- if we make bad decisions. i'm not naive about this. i've been in a lot of fights.
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i've lost some and won a bunch, and i've been heart broken, but i've never been as worried about structure of our democratic form of government. will: dan, there you hear the words of bill clinton, and i see you shaking your head. >> this is, i mean, this is really incredible. i mean, talk about a kick in the democrat parties, he's a party, right, guys? every single constitutional right he says is under threat is under threat by his party. you can't speak freely anymore as they push internet giants to censor you with. you couldn't assemble in public as they pushed lockdowns. you had a guy in california on a paddleboard for being out by himself in the ocean during the middle of the lockdown. you try to petition your government, that's a constitutional right, you find yourself investigated by the fbi as a domestic terrorist because you tried to petition your school board.
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you try to -- you exercise your god given right to self-protection in the second amendment, and the democrats want to red flag you without due process. i mean, do you understand every single constitutional right, these baffoons and liars on the left claim is under threat is under threat precisely because of what they're doing? it is guys like us and rachel and the constitutionalists here at the network and on other networks on the conservative side too, we're the ones screaming the constitution's under threat because of the bill clintons of the world. this is, you know, tucker says it all the time, whenever the democrats accuse you of doing -- whatever they accuse you of doing, they're doing themselves. they just flip it around. they threaten constitutional rights, they go, will cain, you did it. [laughter] and then it forces you on the defensive. they've been doing this from time immemorial, the democrats, and i'm getting tired of it. rachel: yeah. will: no doubt about that.
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rachel: it's such a great point. our democracy's under threat, it's his own wife, by the way, who's done the most to damage our institutions and our faith in our democracy. you wrote a book about it, dan. >> yeah. they weaponized and hijacked the justice department to go and investigate someone many total violation of due process rights. and bill clinton has the cajones to go on a late night show, i don't know, man, let me tell you something, constitutional rights are under threat. yeah, really, bro? your family did that. like, come on, give me a break. we remember this. it wasn't that long ago. path president -- pete: dan, what have you got coming up on unfiltered in. >> i know i say it a lot, but i'm really proud. i've got henry gracie, one of the world's premier jiu-jitsu practices with probably one of the best 4-minute defense segments you've ever seen. it's so good, we actually broke
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one of the microphones. we've got jessie9 watt tears, dr. peter mccullough, pushing kids who already may be immune to get vaccines, peter schiff's going to debate crypto, and joe concha, we just go off on the fact-checkers. it's a glorious segment, tonight, 9 p.m. don't miss that self-defense segment, i promise, you will not be disappointed -- pete: dan, is that because we are more in need of self-defense because of the reality of where we are? whether bingo. >> bingo. that's exactly how i open up. pete, sometimes you can't get away. that lady, we show the video of that lady in the store, the maniac comes in and starts beating the crap out of her. so henry's, like, what do you do? is he starts pointing out actual things, how to use obstacles, what do you do with your legs. he's incredibly. the guy's just, like, he's so good on the tv.
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i'm telling you, he broke one of the microphones. we had to recut at the end. so it sounds seamless, thank the editors of the show because he broke the mic. which was kind of awkward because i thanked him, and he didn't hear me. and we took five minute toss reset the microphone, and i had to thank him again which was a little weird. [laughter] i know i shouldn't say that. it looks like it went straight through and it didn't, but it's worth your time. will: 9 p.m. tonight, unfiltered with dan can bongino. thanks, dan. >> congrats on the book, pete. pete: thank you, dan. i appreciate all the support, brother. >> you got it. will: turning now to your headlines, production members of the show late night with stephen colbert are under arrest, the man behind triumph the comic dog was among those arrested. the staffers were found alone near the office of congresswoman lauren boebert. they were supposedly are let in the building by an aide for one
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of the democratic congressmen. after being told to leave earlier in the day and after trying to attend the january 6th committee hearings. travel trouble lasting a third day for hundreds of thousands of people. more than 2,000 flights already cancel today and close to 7,000 delayed according to flightaware. passengers becoming stranded on thursday due to severe weather. airlines attempting to get people to their final destinations face staffing shortages. yeah, we sat on the runway for an hour yesterday because we didn't have a co-pilot. or at the gate. today fox nation is giving you the opportunity to stream the road to the majority policy conference. the group empowering conservative activists to fight their values at the polls. former secretary of state mike pompeo owe will deliver tonight's keynote address. you can watch for free on fox nation, receive 30 days of free viewership by using the code faith, and those are your
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headlines. rachel: a lot of good stuff on fox nation. i watched the douglas' -- pete: war on the west? rachel: that was it. it was sod good. thank you for filling in, i couldn't get it to my mind, but it was a great 40 minutes of a discussion -- pete: -- for a guy who's written really thoughtful things for decades, and if you pack it into 45 minutes, you know it's going to be good. rachel: it was awesome. pete: russian troops are parading americans captured in ukraine. pleas from their families to joe biden to bring their loved ones home. a live report from ukraine coming up. rachel: plus, buying in bulk is more expensive than ever before with a 50% spike in just with six months. everything's going wrong in this country, cheryl casone on what this means for your dream house next. ♪ ♪
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will: the real cost to buy a home has spiked over 50% in just six months making it harder than ever to find your dream house.
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analysts say will dramatically slow down the housing market. host of american dream home on fox business cheryl casone is here to weigh n. >> i think i'm a little better at real estate than cooking, apparently. [laughter] will: well, being good at reality is a necessity right now as we're looking at mortgage rates at least at 5.8%, the highest level since '0 # 8. >> no, i was crunching the numbers. youd had a $400,000 mortgage, your payment would be 1708, now it's 2471. that's one example of what we're seeing. we are seeing the big jump, the biggest weekly jump in mortgage rates since 1987. you know, we're now -- we've doubled. i mean, a year ago the average 30-year fixed, which is the nation's most popular mortgage, it was sitting at 3.25%, we're now at 6.03%. that's this morning according to mortgage news daily. so that's kind of a compilation of rates. will: let's talk about what that
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does. first of all, to the housing market, to home prices, what does that do? >> it's pricing out first-time home buyers in particular. the millennial generation, that's about 30% of potential home buyers in the nation, they're getting priced out. they're either -- because they're not qualifying for a mortgage that they want, or they're having to downsize. they wanted a four-bedroom, now they're getting a two or three-bedroom. that's one issue. the other issue is prices. case shillerer told us prices are up 20% year-over-year for homes, soing something's going to have to give, right? will: right. >> if you've got sellers that want 400,000 and that buyer can only afford 350, who blinks, you know? that's the game of real estate, right? between buyers and sellers. but there's one piece of good news. i always look at phoenix, one of my favorite barometer markets for housing, for real estate. they've got about 8,000 listings this week. they only had about 3,000 at point a year ago, so there's more inventory coming on line in
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a market a like phoenix. still though we used to have a surplus of homes, inventory, now we're negative. we need about 2 million more homes to be built in this country, and builders are trying, but it takes a while. will: if we don't have enough homes, that means the housing prices will stay high. all think interest rates would start pushing home prices down if fewer people can afford to buy, but you're saying there's not enough homes out there, so high prices and high interest rates. >> correct. this is a -- which is a perfect storm for the housing market this general, and it's not good news. we're seeing sellers starting to have that come to jesus moment and say, okay, wait a minute, maybe i need to lower the price on my home. sellers aren't there yet according to several agents that i've spoken to, but they need to start getting more realistic about that price because if you've got less buyers out there, less qualified buyer withs, and a lot of folks actually were trying to hurry up and jump into the market january, february, because we
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knew rates were going to go up. manager if else that's been shocking this year -- something else, we were predicting in january that we were going to see that by the end of 2022 maybe a 4%, you know, mortgage rate, 30-year fixed. it's june, 6%. will: so where do they go? >> we're going to go higher because we know that the federal reserve is likely, they just told us this week, jerome powell said that the next meeting which is in july, they're looking at a 50 or 75 basis point hike for interest rates. that affects everything, but that does affect the 10-year and the 2-year, and that's your mortgage interest rate story. so there's a lot of factors at play. it's a little rough for folks. will: 6% now and going higher. >> and we're likely going to go higher. i'm seeing quotes at 7% in some banks already. will: check out american dream home, by the way, starring cheryl d. >> it's a great show.
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will: thank you so much for not bringing us the best of nudes but preparing for bad news. still ahead, an addiction service site critics call a $19 million open air drug market is finally closing in san francisco. jason rantz covers the west coast for us usually is here live on the east coasted today. there he is what's up, jason? ♪ ♪ this summer, dinosaurs are in our world. pet dinosaur? i'll take care of you. ♪ ♪ [ growling ] [ screaming ] [ growling ] shh. nice and quiet. hey! look! it's your mom! hot dog? [ growling ]
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section at 3rd and indiana. firefighters were able to kohl the fire in about 15 minutes. the fire was out, everything was under control. at that point fire marshals and other inspectors showed up as they always do. they were inside the building, that's when tragedy struck. i'm going to accept out of the frame here, and just behind me that's when that building that was, that fire that was under control collapsed. now, firefighter officials believe that the roof is what collapsed. four philadelphia fire officials were trapped inside of that building initially. two were able to get out relatively quickly, one was an inspector for the city, the other was a philadelphia firefighter. two then remained trapped inside this building for hours. there was communication now between the firefighters that were trapped and those outside the building trying to questions cue them, will. that went on until about six in the morn,s and that the -- and at that point communication
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ceased. part of that communication was just tapping on any sort of material they could. some of that communication was speaking, trying to tell these folks where they were trapped inside. now, third firefighter was eventually rescued, and he was rescued and saved. he does not is have any sort of serious injuries, non-life threatening injuries. all three that survive were taken to a local hospital here, temple university hospital. unfortunately, that fourth person that was trapped, that firefighter did pass away because of this collapse. so a heartbreaking day for the philadelphia fire department today. will: yeah. sad story. marcus, thank you. all right, rachel, over to you. rachel: thank you, will. san francisco's notorious addiction services site will close at the end of the year with after the mayor withdrew taxpayer cash. as critics claim the site was simply a $19 million open-air
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drug market. meanwhile in portland, overdose deaths skyrocketed 41% after the state decriminalized hard drugs in an effort to, quote, help addicts. here to react, seattle radio show host jason rantz. first of all, jason, so great to have you in studio. >> good to see you. rachel: wonderful. you're reporting, obviously, from seattle all the time for us, so i'm going to get out my woke dictionary. what do they mean by harm reduction? in the case of this policy? >> yeah. so harm reduction basically means we are going to give you the tools that you need to continue your addiction but in a safer way. so instead of using dirty needles, they'll give you clean needles. so, of course, that doesn't actually solve the problem, it doesn't treat the addiction. it makes it technically safer, i guess, but you're still always one potential overdose away from a fatality. rachel: we always news -- knew in high school these parents who wanted to be really cool and say if my kids are going to do drugs
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or drink alcohol, i want them to do it safely in my home -- >> do it in the house. [laughter] that clearly doesn't work. rachel: no! >> and we're talking about folks who are chronically homeless -- rachel: yeah. >> -- who are also addicted. they are going to die. and every single time we have these conversations about harm reduction, you are missing an opportunity to actually get someone the treatment that they need so that we can save their lives, but that might stigmatize the addict. rachel: that's what they wrap it up in, no judgment -- >> we shouldn't be judging people who are stuck in an addiction not because they're bad people, they are not. they are dealing with an illness. but what they are doing to themselves, their families and the community, that's not something we should be celebrating and saying, no, we don't want to stigmatize -- rachel: the stigma can prevent other people, people who might not go into drugs because they
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don't want that judgment or stigma. >> exactly. we have this permissive environment that democrats have created in cities like san francisco, seattle, portland, it's okay if you're going to try it, just make sure you're doing it safe. if you have a little bit more fentanyl than you think might be in whatever it is that you're taking, you're going to die. rachel: yeah. and you destroy the cities and the quality of life -- >> go to any of these cities, they look nothing like they did 10 years toking ago or even 5 years ago because of the addiction problem that has overtaken these communities. rachel: so what do the people of seattle -- so they stopped this program, what do the people of seattle, for example, where you live, what do they want to do now? >> no one seems to want to take a stance whether we're talking about seattle, to portland, san francisco. they seemed to acknowledge finally, yeah, things are not working. we see all the addicts in the street shooting up or smoking fentanyl often types, and they know that's wrong. but no one will simply say why
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don't we actually put money into services because if we don't compel people into treatment, there's no threat of going to jail if you don't seek treatment because we've legalizedded drugs basically on the west coast. rachel: right. >> so there's ono real avenue to get these people, to to pressure these folks into getting the treatment that they need. instead, when we talk about treatment services, we're really talking about free needles. rachel: yeah. treatment is the answer, and addiction is slavery, essentially -- >> yeah, 100%. rachel: it's so damaging to the cities and, of course, painful for the families. jason, so great to have you. come back again. >> i will. rachel: you're so welcome here. you haven't left seattle. >> it's very similar. rachel: we need you reporting from new york too. still ahead, several ways in which america's education has been destroyed, up next pete and charlie hurt -- after the break.
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♪ pete: russians are calling the two americans captured in ukraine, calling them mercenaries. their families now begging the biden administration to help them get home. nate foy if joins us live from lviv.
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>> reporter: pete, rachel, will, good morning. key question today is where are these guys. we know two of these american veterans, an army and marine vet, were captured by russians in kharkiv, the second largest city here in ukraine, fighting alongside ukrainian forces. since then we've seen pictures and videos come out on social media and russian television last night. the u.s. state department is working to confirm them. but take a look at these two veterans. we know the first picture came out on telegram app on thursday by a russian bloarg. it shows two men who appear to be those two veterans in the back of a russian truck tied up. again, the state department working to verify that. the state department also in contact with ukrainian authorities and the veterans' families. meanwhile, president biden is talking about it and also has a message for all americans. >> i have been briefed. we don't know where they are, but let me reiterate, americans should not be going to ukraine
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now. say it again, americans should not be going to ukraine now. >> reporter: and the safety of those veterans, of course, is paramount especially because earlier this month we know two british citizens and a no moroccan citizen were sentenced the death in the people's republic in the donbas area. a pro-russian court making that decision. also a growing food crisis. right now we know 22 million tons of ukrainian grain is stuck at port unable to be shipped because of this war which will have far-reaching impacts. >> translator: the blockade by the russian navy has created a global crisis that we cannot solve by ourselves, and nato is closing its eyes to the problem. >> reporter: pete, the u.n. world food program buys half of its grain from ukraine, so this is going to have far-reaching impacts, like i said, including back home in the states. meanwhile, president putin does
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not seem deterred. speaking in st. petersburg if at the economic forum, he said -- this was yesterday -- so far western sanctions have failed, and he promised that russia will finish what he calls this special military operation. we'll send it back to you. pete: total deadlock. nate poi, thank you so much for that report -- nate foy. if you're just tuning in this morning, i made the decision to send back my master's degree from harvard as a message, an intentional one, to higher education. [laughter] or. rachel: is your mom going to be mad? pete: very mad. return to sender right here, and then i'll just sign it for good -- [laughter] pete: in the as my new book, battle for the american mind, hits shelves. my goodened friend charlie kirk is also launching turning point
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academy, k-12 school and more like it. he join withs us now. charlie, thanks for being us. i feel like you appreciate the sentiment of that. the gatekeepers, the credentialing of higher education, they need to keep that credential and be the gatekeepers to determine who's who in elite society. >> i just love it. and, by the way, congratulations on the new book, pete. it's just going amazing. so many people messaging me about it. congratulations. it's so needed, to talk about what's happening in our schools. i just love you sending that diploma back to harvard. look, the part of the ruling class' power over the muscular class and other working people is the ability to be able to say you're not allowed to weigh in on certain topics or issues because you do not have a specific piece of paper. and you just kind of tear it up, you're like, you know what? i don't want to that. that was one of the brilliant approaches by donald trump. he went to all hair schools, all
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their -- the their school, their cocktail parties, and he defected. it's about time we start to embrace wisdom, prudence and proper american history, not just a piece of paper from cambridge, yale or stanford. pete: that's exactly right. free thinkers for the next generation. charlie, for 10 years you've been building a movement, now you're building schools. tell our audience about it. >> we've been starting high school and college chapters, but as you articulate in your book, we need to start building new things. we're starting with one school right now in phoenix, arizona, with our amazing collaborators, collaboration with three city christian school here in phoenix. we're going to announce two more schools coming up this fall and maybe even more beyond that. it's about time that we start to build our own institutions, brick and mortar academies around classic american history, around the proper understanding of what is western civilization,
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the constitution, the declaration of independence. so this is a natural next step for what we're doing at turning point usa as an above all approach to be able to educate the next generation on why we're the greatest nation ever to exist in the history of world. it goes to something we talk about previously, pete, which is we need to build new things. it's not enough just to take kids out of school or complain, we've got to bill alternatives and solutions. pete: and you're doing it, i love it. k-12 schools, you said 600 kids starting in that first school? >> that's exactly right. 600. go to tp usa.com or dream city schools.org, the interest is overwhelming. the demand is there. parents are sick of government schools, and they want alternatives. i think this is a great opportunity in front of us. pete: sure is. well, charlie, you also have a book coming out, it's called the college scam: how america's universities are bankrupting and brainwashing away the future of
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america's youth. it's on presale, it hits shelves july 26th. folks, gotta check it out. every one of our kids deserves access to the same brilliance that unleashed the founding generation. there was an education that was tied to that. charlie kirk, thanks so much for your leadership are, for the academy, for the book. appreciate it. >> thank you. pete: all right. toss it over to will with some headlines. will: thank you, pete. a new york times report revealing the uvalde police officer armed with an ar-15 rifle hesitated when he had the brief chance to shoot gunman before he entered the school on may 24th. it's another missed opportunity for officers at robb elementary school to prevent the massacre. 19 children and 2 teachers died. the police response is now subjected to three investigations. the nypd is searching for five men accused of stealing dozens of atms. officers say they stole 37 just
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by breaking through the front door. group is also accused of stealing two cars. police say in total the five stole $60,000 worth of property between december 2nd-june 2nd. the robberies happen at all hours of the day targeting grocery stores, laundromats and more. the company is making a person-sized version of a dog bed. that's right. pluffle says its human-sized dog bed is designed, quote, to alleviate stress and anxiety. it comes with a faux fur cover, comes in gray and beige. the beds aren't out just yet, but they can run anywhere from $399-425 fending on the option that -- end anding on -- the depending on the option that you choose. they're set to come out in 2023. instead of just a regular bed, because it's got a fur liner like the ones our dogs lay on? and that'll alleviate stress. and it's the size of your body, i'm being told.
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will: i can't read that one. [laughter] pete: our viewers know it's not father's day weekend without some barbecue, and what better way to celebrate than with our favorite father/son duo? >> john and his son junior are here -- plus jason rantz stuck around. before we start, we watched your segment with your harvard degre- >> i didn't really understand that pete was that smart. [laughter] pete: i'm not.
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>> but the man, the man can eat. rachel: yeah. he has a ph.d. in eating. >> i love it. i'm going to let dad do the segment because he bail on me yesterday. rachel: this is perfect for father's day. >> this father's day get you a masterbuilt grill, get you a boston butt or some pork belly. put it on the smoker, 225 degrees for about 6 hours. get it to 160 degrees internal temperature. slice it into bite-sized morsels. honey, barbecue sauce, some brown sugar, put it back on the smoke per. you're going to render out some of those amazing juices back onto the little bite, and then we've got our buddies at lane's barbecue, they provided us with some spell bound seasoning and a little bit more sauce --
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rachel: put it back in? >> toss it back onto griddle. can you see this? rachel, you take care of those. rachel: i will. >> that's where you get the, that crust. rachel: pete, will with, you guys going to be grilling this weekendsome. >> i mean -- will: maybe. pete: i'm going to look into it. >> boston butt bites, pork belly bites, that is a great barbecue recipe. but if you really want that breakfast, lunch, dinner -- will: here we go. this is what i've been waiting on. >> this is, we normally do this for -- not! whose name is on that? rachel: that says rachel -- [laughter] >> if you want to have some fun, take you a a krispy kreme dough out nut, cut it in half. add a little homemade cheese, some brisket9. put that back on your griddle,
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and that comes with a side of lipitor -- [laughter] and cook it like a smash burger. [cheers and applause] happy father's day to all the fathers out there. happy father's day to you, a dad. pete: life is good. >> when you get to work with your partner -- pete: here we go. you got it? what a champ. [inaudible conversations] >> thank you, fox. pete: you guys made will and i one. will: good thing you wash your hands. pete: i did not. [laughter] will: you guys have done such a great job with the "fox & friends" summer concert -- pete: folks come out here to watch. the concert, they get the mche mother boys. >> we're tailor aring each week to whether it's the band or father's day, we're tail --
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tailoring the rest key -- recip- rachel: jason say says there's no good barbecue in seattle. >> we're there. will: check out masterbuilt.com. thanks, guys. pete: more "fox & friends" minutes away. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ treat dad to father's day at lowe's. ♪ ♪
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mind. pete: that's exactly right. will, thanks so much for that opportunity. and thanks to everyone across america who's made it number one on amazon -- [cheers and applause] have a great saturday. [applause] ♪ >> the gas with prices are just horrible right now. >> i feel pain in my car, i feel pain at grossly store -- grocery store. i feel pain for the flight. >> hard, you know? hard to pay my bills. what can you co? >> everything's just more expensive to do anything, to go anywhere, to eat

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