tv FOX and Friends Saturday FOX News July 9, 2022 3:00am-7:00am PDT
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♪♪ oh say does that star-spangled banner ♪♪ yet wave ♪♪ over the land of the free ♪♪ and the home of the brave ♪♪ will: good saturday morning, welcome to "fox and friends," july 9, 2022, that was the k9 addition of our nation's anthem, not a human in site. insight. just a few. rachel: there is enough room for babies and pets and dogs, that was so beautiful and i noticed two things about it. good morning, so good to have you in for will. you know i like little dogs and
there was a photo of a very dressed up almost like uncle sam chill wawa. that is the picture that i sent, that was a boat parade and i sent that chihuahua to will, when he had this question last weekend, what is the bald eagle of dogs, he said was a black lab and got a lot of online support for that. i said the chihuahua and he said that was a mexican dog. i told him to check the census. we are on our way to the chill wawa if i keep having babies, that is a great, awesome way to start the national anthem. pete: great to see you. joe: i like dogs. i have a french bulldogs,
george dog -- georgetown bulldogs they are big and sloppy. i have a french bulldog, 3 quarters of a bulldog, i am 3 quarters of a guy. and we have a lab mix. rachel: are you gunning for a version of this? pete: this morning's and them is a testament to a plethora of material we have, we could do an entire and from with dogs, next level would be cats. that is not easy. or put on those outfits. keep sending your photos in, email@example.com. can we gather enough feline photos to do a cat only? you nailed it with the dogs. it is four minutes into the show and we start with lunacy
in washington dc. not fallout, that would be the wrong way to put it but continued manufactured outrage from the left and continuing targeting of supreme court justices. one would only imagine if a tweet went out that said give us information if you know where alana kagan, sonya sotomayor or justice jackson are, what the response would be from the white house. and we will pay you for it. the news came out of brett kavanaugh being harassed at a steakhouse in washington dc. joe: if you haven't pressured them by now what are you going to do? they are pitching a fit, the same energy into state legislatures they could get some of the policies they want changed. that is what is great about the country and the supreme court to begin with. if they take the same energy to mississippi or missouri if there is a trigger lock in
place they might get it changed to what they wanted to be your closer to it, compromise that people are looking for. rachel: it is called democracy, this decision was never settled, it was always dividing america, always needed to go back to the people and not be the decision of unelected judges but here we are and what they are trying to do a signal to their base, radical abortion base that we are not giving up, still fighting, still doing this and also indicated they want a law that would codify it in some way. you heard president biden talking about the need for abortion at the border using government funds for that. when i was in uvalde, the mayor told me he could not get into the detention center for the young kids because the federal government will not let anyone see what is going on.
they know 11, 12, 13-year-old girls are having babies because they are being raped on the journey, they are having them in local hospitals and small towns, you find out what is going on. those are crimes. there is incentive to have these babies aborted because the evidence is gone of what is happening to young girls coming across the border. pete: it is a crime to intimidate supreme court justices. to the morton statement, the steakhouse where brett kavanaugh was harassed they put out a great statement but since that event, the group shut down dc has tweeted more, here is evidence that we were effective. a tweet from a left-wing group in washington dc that came out in the last 24 hours, dc service industry workers, if you see kavanaugh, alito, barrett, dm us with the details, we will send you $50 for a confirmed sighting and $200 if they are still there 30
minutes after your message. the same group also tweeted out after brett kavanaugh was harassed, we hear brett kavanaugh snuck out the back with his security detail, morton the steakhouse should be ashamed for welding and -- welcoming a man who clearly hates women. rachel: the steakhouse came out and said honorable supreme court justice brett kavanaugh and all our other patrons were unduly harassed by unruly protesters while eating dinner at our morton's restaurant, politics, regardless of your views should not trample the freedom of the right to congregate and eat dinner. joe: going to get the joey chestnut treatment if this keeps happening, in a head lock. on the five yesterday we got this guy, use self defense because he was being attacked and they threw him in jail and
americans are tired of being unsafe and a class of americans thinking they can impose their will on your lives because there's no consequence. pete: our elected leaders have supported those who have been lawless, kamala harris with the bailout fund, she was asked, all of this about roe v wade, democrats controlled power for some time, if they wanted to codify roe v wade they could but they never did. here is what the vice president said when asked about it. >> did democrats fail, past democratic presidents, congressional leaders, to not codify roe v wade in the past five decades? >> to be honest with you, i do believe we should have -- we certainly believe -- it was
settled. >> clearly we are not. >> that is why i do believe we are living sadly in real unsettled times. rachel: a journalist tweeted somewhere in a montana lodge somewhere, gavin newsom was pumping his fist in the air. this woman can't do it. this issue, on the right, people on the right are in favor of this decision, people who are for democracy and having a decision, but on the left, this is a very animated issue and they expect their vice president to be able to articulate their position better than that. she keeps -- not the first time she had a statement out following this decision on dobbs that left people feeling deflated on their side.
joe: if kamala harris can't run for president maybe elon musk can. there is some boring news on a slow news day yesterday, $44 billion bid to purchase twitter the collapsed, they sent a letter, terminating the acquisition and the borders threatening legal action. he for went all due diligence. all the objections on the deal, he signed a contract, doesn't matter. pete: that is what i want to know. he is still insisting for more transparency, what percentage of twitter users are actual human beings. if twitter has misrepresented the percentage of people who are what contractually does he have a right to know? if anyone could find out it is him. joe: as soon as he put this
out, the original twitter offer, it is really close. rachel: the former ceo jack dorsey. joe: he started invoking jack dorsey's comments and then the repertoire of requests and information, almost like they teamed up, made the i need to ask these questions. why putter $100 bid into the world and not have a question in mind. rachel: jack went to elon and said look here, look there. pete: will he buy or will he not? sounds like he may not, two months ago he made the attempt. this is the letter, nearly two months mr. musk sought data and information to make independent assessment of fake or spam
accounts on the platform, refused to provide this information, twitter has ignored mr. musk's requests are rejected them for reasons that appear unjustified. or giving him incomplete or unusable information. the chair of twitter's board replied in a tweet, which is the way twitter would officially reply, the twitter borders committed to closing on what was agreed upon and will enforce the merger agreement. interesting the stock price was $51, the offer was it 54 and today twitter app stock price is around 30. could that have something to do with it as well? it is worth 36, you are not showing me the goods. i don't know where this goes. rachel: carson ted budd sits on house financial services and he
says elon musk is finding real problems at twitter. >> i think he's finding real problems about the business practices of twitter, they are not being transparent with him, obviously not being transparent with their users or with conservatives, these big tech platforms had their cake and a it too. they got the benefits of the platform but decided to act as publisher and start censoring things when we were hoping for more free-speech and elon west wants more free-speech for americans and the world which is better for democracy, for the republic and he wants more transparency from the leaders at twitter. and is not getting it. rachel: when a lot of these rules were made for tech companies the people in charge, the head of a lot of committees and leaders on the republican side, people were not very tech savvy, they were from another
generation and not just what is happening with elon musk but a lot of young members will get swept in another wave and these will be tech savvy people who not only stand and use technology but are aware what it feels like to be in a campaign where the other side has such a clear advantage in terms of social media and their voice but if you are democrat you get to run against muzzled candidate in terms of social media. joe: google doing the same, censoring them down to 0% at pivotal times of the month, the first of the month they put it out there and go to 90%, 0% making get through. elon wanted to buy twitter because they are censoring information, now he is saying he's not buying it because they
are censoring the information they are going to give him. at least they are consistent. rachel: consistently for censorship. turning to your headlines, police in japan say the man suspected of assassinating shinzo abe confessed to shooting him believing he was part of an organization he held a grudge against and president biden offering his condolences yesterday including a phone call to the japanese promised or expressing outrage over the killing. a's body greeted by a line of his colleagues and supporters paying their respects. he was very popular in japan. four pennsylvania officer sent a medic in the hospital for suspected fentanyl exposure. officials say they are responding to a potential drug overdose when they came in contact with the suspected illegal drug, hazmat technicians are working with
local law enforcement to positively identify the substance, officers and medics have been treated and released. president biden appearing to make a mistake reading the teleprompter, we never do that, do we? during remarks on abortion yesterday, reading his cues out loud. watch this. >> president biden: it is noteworthy the percentage of women who cast of ballot is consistently higher than the percentage of men who do so end of quote. repeat the line. >> the white house assistant per secretary defending the president tweeting he said let me repeat that line. your headlines, hard to give people a hard time, we get gremlins in their too. pete: that is like tease out at 1630. that is what it says on the teleprompter.
end of quote, repeat line. i'm sure it was in bold too. joe: he did not say let me, he said repeat the line. rachel: some of his notes they walk in, sit down, sit in your seat. you should read the whole thing. joe: that guy from georgia puts on -- without further ado i'm going to read that so still had a conservative radio star quits miami's iconic spanish talk radio station by a plant takeover by george soros and will join us live to explain her decision. pete: the horrific impact of rising crime, general caldwell
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funeral begins for the younger brother of our political analyst g otto caldwell --gianno caldwell. rachel: two others were injured, no arrests have been made. rachel: lawrence jones will be joining us outside chicago. >> two years ago before the pandemic we noticed there were trends going up with crime especially shooting happening across the country, the epicenter in chicago noticing it was in the city, we covered multiple stories of young kids being shot and went through funeral arrangements with families, never did we think it would hit the fox family. gianno will be laying his
brother to rest, the killer is at large and they are trying to do this. he will join us later on the program, police looking for any tips they can get. this happened in morgan park in chicago and the latest example of what is going on. we hope to bring a feeling to the family as well ask catching the suspect. pete: having heard from him a little bit he is hoping the tragedy of the situation will bring increased scrutiny to the reality of what is happening in chicago. have frequent visit they have no leads for the suspect in cases like this. >> reporter: if i heard you correctly, it is every single
day, every weekend i get a report from the chicago police department, let me know what is going on on the ground for my sources and it is 5, six. when there's a national tragedy this is a mass shooting but for many people in chicago this is happening every single weekend and there's no protests, no focus on the city. yesterday, i did a man on the street that will or tonight, talking with residents in the area and i was struck by the numbness of people in the community, it is just being normalized. i've been covering this story for four years and they've been begging for help from local officials and federal government and it seems like they have to adjust their life to the new normal.
rachel: we hope your presence in the presence of everyone else at the funeral gives them some hope and we hope this investigation comes to a conclusion. thank you. he talked about them numbness, numbness on the part of the mayor too off to paris and london to promote her city which i don't know why anyone would have a convention in the city given the crime rate because it's not just confined to the poor neighborhoods or areas that had crime before. nobody wants to go to miracle mile or shop in those areas anymore. weather the numbness statement reacted, the reason that is important is when he says numbness, that means they have accepted help isn't coming, the system changing at this is the life they have to live that
includes burying 18-year-olds, you have no reason to believe he wasn't going to change the world and a victim of needless, senseless evil crime, something that happens dozens of times a week or day two things come to mind, one, the urgency for us to fix it and when i go back to my small town in georgia -- >> couldn't hear the question completely. the majority of these cases go unsolved and there's a code of silence which means more revenge as gangs get their reputation, and the cycle continues. >> the community has accepted it law enforcement has too. they have as much resources as they are going to have. rachel: donald trump was in las vegas and talked about the rising crime across the country.
>> we are nation in decline, a failing nation, never had anything like what is going on, our country is been knocked to its knees, humiliated for the world yet we presume to lecture other people on their democracies all the while the streets are flowing with the blood of innocent crime victims as we lecture others. we will not have a country left if this barbarism is not quickly reversed, the wave of lawbreaking must be immediately ended. and we must really get this crime wave ended immediately if we are going to make america great again, our first task is to make america safe again.
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otherwise to. based on their review board proposed specific disciplinary actions for four of the cbt personnel involved. joe: no evidence border patrol agents whipped haitian migrants in del rio, texas debunking claims from top democrats and president biden but the agents will still be disciplined. you to react as president of the national border patrol council. this is ridiculous, to take a step back you talked to them specifically, those agents and how they feel knowing they are both vindicated and about to be punished. >> they are in good spirits, they no way will be exonerated. attorneys will show they did nothing wrong, whether it was, war policy.
this investigation should have ended the moment they affirmed nobody was struck. the problem is the president of the united states of these individuals would pay at the moment he said that the investigators have no choice but to find some sort of fault whether it was committal where administrative, it is an administrative charge and they had to find fault, they had no choice. joe: from a human perspective morally, does president biden oh these people an apology? >> he does owe them an apology, he should come out and say, he should take response ability for what he did. when you look at this investigation, no citizen of the united states, they should have confidence, this was a sham from the get-go because it didn't take into account the circumstance. cvp refused to take these individuals into custody.
this was the single largest illegal immigration event in the history of the united states, it was texas dps that had to take control of the scene because there were 10,000 people under the bridge, then these agents had a couple hundred people in front of them, they are trapped between two large groups of people and were sent to do a job that was impossible and cvp is trying to discipline them. is a complete joke and no united states citizen should have confidence in what the cbc is doing today. joe: has this made the ability to control the border even weaker taking away from border patrol? >> much weaker. everyone knows this administration will pander to open border activists and political appointees, everyone understands that and that is why we are seeing the huge
influx never seen before, the cartels will continue to own stretches of our border. joe: let the people trying to keep the border closed to know that we appreciate them and have their back even when the president doesn't, thank you for joining us. joe: a conservative radio star sounded off after george soros's liberal group plans to take over her station, she says she will never sell her voice and joins us next. ♪♪ ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪
rachel: a liberal takeover of conservative voices, a group linked to billionaire george soros making a $60 billion deal to buy 18 hispanic radio stations one of which is the iconic radio, our next guest is refusing to be bought. she quit radio and is full-time the new americano media joining us from miami. really quickly, briefly explain why mom be is so important in the hispanic community. >> it is a iconic signal
gaining comedies. and represent the pain of the cuban community and the nicaraguan community and we are there voice, victims of communism. rachel: why would george soros want a hispanic spanish-language radio station, what is in it for him? and the others, obama staffers as well are involved in this? >> this is about control and politics, they are trying to silence conservative voices especially in spanish at the way to do it in their minds is to purchase these 18 radio
stations, the rest of the station nobody is talking about, this is where the conservatives talk is happening. >> they wanted to buy your silence, he refused, have other people you work with at any of the other affiliates also refusing to do that? is there some sort of revolt are they going along? >> i cannot talk about them but some of them received the same offer. i don't know what they are going to do. rachel: we reach out to them and they declined to comment. moving on to a second topic, i think a lot of this is about the left being scared, the new york times wrote a story on the rise of mayra flories and said
she was a far right latino and tried to present her as extremist. i want to talk about some of her views, she is profamily, pro-life, pro-america, pro-entrepreneurship and procapitalist manned wants to bring down crime and control at the border. are those extremist views in the hispanic community that you know? >> just the opposite. that is what spanish are. we are swimming in a sea of insanity here. if you are a working latina struggling to pay your bills every single day and if you are a mom having a family, you have god in your life, that makes you a far right entity.
honestly honestly these people are intoxicated with the woke -- latino -- we are awake. not woke. for us, this is our country. we came to the united states, this is my country and i fight for my country and i am not going anywhere and i'm not going to be silenced. rachel: thank you for joining us this morning, appreciate it. >> thank you for having me in the support. rachel: back to you. joe: she is not going to be silenced. turning to your headlines. a video of a shocking attack shows a pregnant woman hit in the head with a wrench in broad daylight in new york city, the
suspect confronting the woman last month before striking her and taken off. she later lost her baby due to the attack, she now suffers ptsd. police saying the attacks and from road rage, they are still working. secretary of state anthony blinken meeting with the foreign minister in a bid to defuse tensions between the two nations, the meeting comes as christopher ray called china the biggest long-term threat facing the united states noting threats by chinese buying aimed at stealing until actual property from western technology companies. when he's not hitting shots from downtown, stefan curry is making long-range shots from the golf course. the nba champion hitting this
shot from 97 yards out. i don't know golf. it is part of the celebrity golf championship. now tied for 16th pl. while the nh star, leading the tournament. those are your headlines. pete: i am no golfer but if you can't play that much on the nba schedule, first of all, look at that stroke, that is nice, the best shooter in nba history lands it. touch. beautiful. joe: they college english. is that the same thing? rachel: when you did that and said that is a great stroke. pete: kind golf with our neighbor friend for the first time in 5 years. before did you like it?
rachel: i had four beers. the music was going, it was fun. joe: golf is a way of life, tampering masculinity and pacify the fact that we live a suburban life, chasing animals down to feed the family, it is an outlet, serves a good purpose. we used to do 5000 years ago. rachel: a way for men to gather and make fun of each other and grant. joe: we've got to go. rachel: the government handing over $40,000 for nyu to research why kids favor whiteness and maleness, the use of taxpayer dollars to encourage the marginalization
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children, quote, begin to favor whiteness and maleness over other identity, the study is facing back lash. joining us to discuss, co-author of black eye for america, how critical race is burning the house down. it is only $40,000 but so much more than that. giving money to an institution like that to study a topic like this, why is it happening? >> only 40,000 at that university. it is happening across the country and it should be disturbing because the whole idea of white men, that the government would single out a particular group and if you look at other academic studies, that includes hard work, getting places on time, planning for the future, many factors that make us success,
individualism, belief and family, belief in god, those things are considered whiteness which implies blackness would be crime, being lazy, getting to places late, being unsuccessful, what is the government trying to achieve? rachel: it is moving beyond skin color into characteristics they say represent one group or another. what does that do to black students that hear this and white students? >> battle for the american mind, they are destroying our children because with white children they are shaming them because of the color of their skin, that's not what we do in america and telling black children they are victims, they have to behave in a particular way. if they work hard and try to make something of themselves they are trying to be white.
they should be studying the dysfunction in our country, the government is responsible for a lot of that dysfunction. pete: we don't have a lot of time but this may not make a lot of headlines but it will be used to justify curriculum in the future. >> is already happening. i heard through the grapevine your book battle for the american mind is a new york times bestseller, third week, i hope that means millions of americans are reading the book, it is a battle for the american mind, children are being destroyed and government tax dollars being used to do that. is unacceptable, civil rights laws that ban racial discrimination as well as equal protection clause of the constitution, we should not be tolerating this.
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he was amazing. 's gift is to make people happy and everyone was happy, every young person working at home was there. everyone was having a blast. they brought us up on stage, we were having a great time. i got to talk to him. pete: don't try to talk about this. we are analyzing this. were you told to go on stage or were you coaxed or volunteered? rachel: i did not want to dance but i am sure my kids are mortified. it pete: i like it. rachel: todd piro split his pants will kane style.
rachel: a tv professional. our look at that. that is as bad as the torn pants. we went, we all got low low low. we had a blast, so fun, totally nice guy, somebody who gets on stage and does that is a shy guy but he is but he has these foundations, several foundations in florida, one is a florida football league i asked him why did you decide to do that? i was really shy in high school, i was the guy that held the boombox to hype up the football players and got an idea, it was so good for young people. not just football but football cheer and dance as well. he wants everyone to be involved to.
rachel: no one can get into elon musk's head, his unpredictable. 5:00, newsbreak friday night, i am saying he does it again, walking away from this deal but it makes sense. markets were higher when he made the offer, $4.20, had to give an attractive offer. the market turns, stock isn't as valuable again. looking at the company thinking i am a businessman. did you know he was going to accuse them about lying about fake accounts, i am not sure. anyone could guess about that but using it as a hook here. the company will say in litigation, there is a margin for error, you lied to the fcc, two nuances to this deal, he gave us the right to look under the hood.
doesn't matter if they lied about the accounts in the official documents, looking under the hood won't make a difference and the billion-dollar breakup fee, and a billion, he's going to ignite this conversation. he doesn't need the company anymore. pete: of that could be the outcome. it is no longer what i thought it was, it at least ignited a transparency conversation. rachel: he also exposed something. what we were talking about. in the wake of these gun shootings. where are the rules and regulations here? what role did they play? that needs to be scrutinized. >> a lot of people on the
right, although censorship coming from big tech people, thought elon musk would save them and it has to be democracy, members of congress that rain them in and free markets as well. you look at the stock price and stories being exposed and people think about it. other people don't talk about it as much, we have that conversation too and they talk about shareholder value, stock price was up, they thought he would bring it back to center and make it fair and he put that out, dripped the pebbles out, the crumbs and people started selling stock and free markets decide what is right or wrong or legitimate business or something i want to be part of. as we head into the midterms how much control there is. joe: he is still a shareholder.
>> it is not elon musk, the other shareholders, this is going to be huge litigation that will go on for some time but when he brought this into the open shareholders have to point fingers at the board and say what were you doing here? pete: looks like lots of litigation ahead. border patrol finding no evidence agents whipped haitian migrants speaking of friday night information. after many false claims by top leaders including president biden. rachel: they are looking to punish the agent for what they call offensive behavior. >> reporter: good morning, nearly 10 months after this incident took place last summer cvp finally announced plans for
the lengthy investigation and they found no evidence whatsoever any haitian migrants were whipped or struck by border patrol agents in del rio, texas. what they are doing is they are going to discipline four of those horseback agents for administrative violations, they were unsafe on the job and had unprofessional conduct citing one agent who used derogatory language and maneuvered his horse and your child in an unsafe manner and several other agents used threat of force to push migrants back into the water of the rio grande. i'm told by multiple federal sources the disciplinary proposals were sent to those agents and that includes suspensions of up to 14 days but a highlight, cvp reporting no evidence of the false narrative agents were whipping migrants, listen to what the
commissioner had to say. >> no evidence border patrol agents, instruct any person with their ring intentionally or otherwise. >> reporter: president biden helped spread this false narrative last summer in the days after the incident, he said agents were, quote, strapping people and there would be consequences, those people will pay. president biden's comments were false, the cvp investigation reveals that but he is correct that the agents will face consequences when it comes to discipline. the border patrol union will vigorously defend these agents and they will have a chance to respond to these allegations and give their side of the story. pete: no evidence whatsoever which i am sure they found within days.
saying such bullwhip and they are exactly right. what did they say? inappropriate language was used? joe: if they were using racial slurs that is what they would say. a marxist way to explain something like get the heck back, punishing them -- president biden didn't push the narrative, he spearheaded it. he went to the bully pulpit and told the world they were with think people and consequences will come. if your boss's boss's boss's boss accuses you of something like that in front of 330 million people, if you were using bad language. rachel: he spearheaded this to deflect from the fact that they
roamed over the bridge -- over bidenville, they wanted to go away and the quickest way, here is brandon judd of the border patrol council on this investigation. >> this should have ended the moment they determined nobody was struck by anything, the problem is the president of the united states said these individuals would pay and the moment he said that the investigators had no choice but to find fault whether it was criminal or administrative and they had no choice. they were sent to do a job that was impossible. dv ps trying to discipline them. it is a complete joke, no citizen should have confidence in what cvp is doing today. rachel: you have a choice to do the right thing. if you don't find something you should say that.
president biden's into king, we don't live in a monarchy, their job is to do an investigation, one that they are accused of they were exonerated and the report should have said. rachel: people should be dropping stars on the table. pete: others saying i will not be complicit in what is going on. there is this rationalization, being on the inside i can minimize the damage because i'm really pro border patrol agent but their hands are completely tied, the border is effectively wide open, illegality facilitation and guys doing their job for the right reasons being administrative leave thrown under the bus after being lied about. how much worse can it get? joe: trying to ruin the lives
of otherwise good men, it is infuriating. rachel: do your job, we will come after you. the border is open, we are in charge, that is the message being sent. turned to a few additional headlines. a brazen car thief leading police on a wild chase stealing for cars and crashing twice in three hours. the man started the wild running charlotte speeding on sidewalks, and going to stop lights, into south carolina, facing several charges and held on $800,000 bond. amber heard calling for a reach while -- a retrial. her legal team says one of them was impersonated, the original summit for 77-year-old, and
i know what you look like after you won something and you walk off a little bit like -- pete: i threw a couple pictures in the driveway. a little early on the release but you going into the dirt, the cardinal state and don't want to do it but i give a shout out to the general manager, military appreciation night. they brought in dozens of goldstar families. every player brought a uniform with the name of a fallen soldier. and exchange of that uniform. a lot of people stayed. giving the jersey to a family who lost on the battlefield, and they gave me 45.
joe: it is an underappreciated part of our culture, america's pastime at the local level and they do stuff all the time. rachel: a bunch of patriots. pete: go check it out. rachel: why do you want to add that to this video? pete: i wanted to pitch from the mound. rachel: were the kids impressed? pete: that it was good. they wanted a strike. rachel: when i was on stage my kids were mortified. coming up president biden taking exec of action on abortion access following pressure from democrats. when she decided against abortion the congresswoman joins us live next. pete: the positive impact of dogs, the new study that suggests canines could make your neighborhood safer.
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>> president biden: marriage equality, contraception, so much more is at risk. this decision affects everyone. unrelated to choice, beyond choice. we cannot allow an out-of-control supreme court and extremist element of the republican party, to take away freedoms and our personal autonomy. rachel: president biden slamming high court justices as he signed an executive order protecting abortion access, the landmark supreme court decision is a personal one for republican lawmaker cat cammack who told her mother she would not survive birth but she refused to have an abortion. so great to have you. this is personal for you. >> it is, good morning. good to see you not on an oil
rig but this issue is really personal to me and my family. my mom when she was young in her late 20s had a stroke a few days from giving birth to my sister and doctors told her she could never have kids safely again. years later she finds herself pregnant, alone, scared and being told by every doctor she would not survive at her child would not survive so despite tremendous pressure she saved my life and delivered a healthy baby girl and here we are 34 years later and i am here as the voice and advocate for the unborn and all those moms having to face a tremendous wave of pressure from the pro-abortion movement. rachel: i was on a show the other day and they showed a video from fox digital where they interviewed some women, poor women need access to abortion, what a eugenics mentality that the life of a
child born of a poor woman is less valuable. a lot of people go what women want is support and that is a place for government as well to make sure there is support for women who are going through a stressful pregnancy. >> pick about what those comments signal to women across america, whether they are rich or poor or white or black every life is precious and what the supreme court had, a win for the sanctity of life and but for the sanctity of our constitution we are a nation built on the notion of equal opportunity, not equal outcomes and we are one that stands up for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, start with life, no matter where you come from or your circumstances you can do anything. i am here having not only been
not supposed to be here because of pressure from the abortion industry against my mom for ten years ago i was homeless and not assent to my name and i served in the house of representatives, only possible in america where we have a constitution that protects our constitutional republic and that freedom but there is something president biden setting yesterday's remarks that struck out to me right before he read the teleprompter to end the quote and repeat the line, he said something along the lines of women should use this issue as a driver for elections, how narrow and small minded does the left have to be to think abortion is the only issue women care about across the country? we don't care about the gas prices, groceries, indoctrination of our kids, so i think this is a losing issue for the left, people are
standing up, waking up and you see the pro-life movement expanding into resources for abortion, for adoption, resources for pregnancy centers, despite the attacks it continues to take and this is about a movement to support life not just in the womb but beyond. i'm excited to be part of that, pro-life caucus chair and excited for what is to come in the months and years legislatively to make that a reality. rachel: you have been a voice for life for a long time, appreciate you being on the show today and your baby pictures are adorable. >> red hair turned blonde. rachel: thanks for joining us this morning. >> have a good weekend. we forget jabbed or get out. 60,000 soldiers will lose all pay and benefits for not having
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>> heartbreak for a member of the fox news family, funeral services are held for the younger brother of political analyst gianno caldwell.. pete: umpire broke out. rachel: lawrence jones is life outside of chicago. how are you feeling today and how is gianno? >> reporter: i talked to him yesterday by text message. he's trying to get through the day. over 1000 shootings in chicago. it is the epicenter of the crime that is plaguing the country.
we've been covering it for years. we are honoring the life and legacy of our colleague, the shooter is still at large, they are asking any of tips to go to the chicago police department, he was 18 years old, this is the second but that experienced something like that, we lost christian but his brother, a couple years ago, one of his other younger brothers was in the car, the friend was shot and killed at the other brother survived. that shows the scope of the violence in chicago, the southside, the westside or downtown area it can hit you. i was saying yesterday and earlier in the program when talking to the individuals in chicago there is numbness a lot of people are feeling in chicago. over to you. pete: thank you very much. should be covering that. more than 60,000 army national
guard and reserve soldiers will lose all pay and benefits because they aren't vaccinated against covid 19. the army is saying soldiers who refuse the vaccination order without an approved or pending exemption, subject to adverse administrate of action including official reprimand. minnesota gubernatorial candidate doctor scott jensen questioned mandates, others -- joins us now. you are running for governor coming in charge of the minnesota national guard. i got to believe they are in a bind with the dod saying these shots are mandatory. how do you handle this with your understanding of the vaccine mandate and the position you are running for? >> i would not be doing this. it is interesting even this morning the university of minnesota study came out and
this indicates a very common generic drug could be used off label and reduce hospitalization and deaths with covid 19. the reason i mention this is this is what we should be doing, watching, monitoring, things like that. the idea of mandating these soldiers, the national guard has to take a vaccine which has been identified with the omicron variant as ineffective makes no sense at all. i don't think we are following the science, being nimble. i would not lead this way. we are making victims of people who said we will protect our country at our own risk. ♪♪ these are young healthy americans who continue to want to serve and are being pushed out. i want to get to the race you are running in minnesota. people look at minnesota and
say going to be a state but whether it is covid mandate for the chaos on the fourth of july and the crime downtown in minneapolis people are looking for an alternative. is minnesota in play in 2,022 for the red >> minnesota is in play, the cost of gas and groceries, patients coming to my office, fill their gas tank or get groceries for the family, people are beyond frustration, outraged and public safety, student choice, these are the things people are furious about. they see lack of leadership in minnesota as many states do. we had enough, strong, trustworthy leaders that are going to lead, not simply respond to the whims of politics. minnesota has the potential to lead the nation.
if minnesota goes red in november that will swing a lot of influence with a lot of states. we could end up seeing a real return to the principles of freedom. rachel: the race was moved to tossup which surprised a lot of people, the state of new jersey almost went republican in 2021. your running mate, former minnesota vikings super bowl champ, a unique ticket. thanks for joining us, appreciate it. still ahead, japan in morning following the horrifying assassination of former prime minister abe. global implications coming up next. is. and take. it. on... ...with rinvoq. rinvoq a once-daily pill can dramatically improve symptoms... rinvoq helps tame pain, stiffness, swelling.
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joe: japan is in morning after the assassination of shinzo abe who was shot at a campaign event in western japan. police say the suspect and gunmen was not motivated by politics. he confessed to shooting abe believing he was part of an organization he held a grudge against. senior fellow rebecca hines, good morning. give us the legacy of prime minister abe.
a lot of kind things have been said across all networks, he had a strong relationship with donald trump. the legacy of this man. >> reporter: she was very pro-freedom, a staunch anti-communist, he understood the threat from the chinese communist party and their imperialist ambitions, solidified japan as a major geopolitical power and since world war ii japan has a pacifist constitution, shinzo abe understood peace through strength. he worked hard to give japan a much stronger ability, military, to defend itself and also reinterpreted their constitution in 2014 that they could contribute to collective defense, if they were attacked by a shared enemy. established japan as a major power and ally of the united states to counter the major threat from china.
joe: he had a strong relationship with donald trump and several administrations, had a relationship with him, talking about peace through strength and the foreign relation, the type of government he pushed, was that something he had to push the japanese people towards or was he well liked? was he a disruptor like donald trump or something the japanese people were ready for? >> i believe some of the things he had in common with donald trump is understood the need to have a strong self-confident nation domestically and a strong and robust military and defense posture abroad, the two men saw their agendas similarly. abe was not flustered by donald trump's unconventional personality like a lot of world leaders were, they understood they were defending their own country, similar in that
respect but he did transcend american partisan politics and solidified the japanese people a legacy, the current prime minister is following in his footsteps, first japanese leader to attend a nato summit and is sounding the alarm bells about threats from russia and china. can't allow what is happening in ukraine to happen to taiwan or other smaller companies in the indo pacific region. a long legacy as he left her japan and the united states. ashley: joe: interested in the movements of china. hopefully we will catch up to you. thank you for joining us. >> thank you so much. joe: rachel? rachel: the video is disturbing. group of smiling philadelphia teenagers caught on camera beating an elderly man to death.
traffic cone. they chased the 73-year-old man down striking him several times and causing severe head trauma. they are offering a $20,000 reward for any information on the suspects. california taxpayers picking up the governor's security while he is on vacation in montana. state budget travels to montana and 21 other states for californians under a law that considers that list of states discriminatory. governor newsom's office claiming the security detail falls under the public safety exception but there has been no mention if the millionaire governor intends to reimburse taxpayers. he's rich, he probably could. those are your headlines. why would he? he wants to spend as many at the french laundry.
where's rick reichmuth? he's on a road trip across america visiting the national park in kentucky. >> reporter: i have such a great spot. one of the big entrances to mammoth cave, one of 63 and vote country, in south-central kentucky around bowling green area. i want to bring molly sure, you've got an amazing job, you've been to a bunch of them. tell me what is special about mammoth. >> the longest haven the world, 420 miles have been currently mapped, pretty amazing resource. you can feel the cold air coming up and greeting us, really special place. >> reporter: it is really hot across the country. what can i do that is cool?
this is a good spot to be but where we are standing, pretty chilly and my hands are warm, the temperature difference between my feet to my hands is 15 °. >> the cave is 54 °, you see this fog layer, we are at the transition, it is a great place. >> reporter: 420 miles have been explored but there's a lot more cave underneath your. >> we are mapping every year, no end insight, they come and on holidays and volunteers find more. >> reporter: if you want to get to a national park, they are flooded with a lot of visitors. talk about what you need to do ahead of time. >> plan ahead. get on our website, download the apps, learn about the park you want to go to and figure out the best way to visit and the best time to visit. >> reporter: make reservations because you might drive appearance can't get in and a guided tour of this one. that is the thing. thank you very much.
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years ago. joe: he joins us now. good morning. you are at the memorial right now, have your eagle scout uniform on. you worked really hard. this project links to your service. how did you come up with this specific idea? >> came off of it after someone came up to us and tried to tell us to work on a veterans memorial that wasn't here in town and then we found out there was no park and i took in my own hands and made one. rachel: how did you raise the money? what did you do? >> i raised the money by going to these other businesses through local newspapers and radio, all these flyers would come in and have different businesses.
pete: straight up hard work, it honors surrounding towns, how did you designate who to recognize the memorial? >> we didn't want to restrict it, wanted to make it large and not too small to honor veterans so more of anyone who had a relation to the town of olivia and that is where these people come and has a relation to olivia. joe: the memorial is beautiful, the thoughtfulness you put into it, really impressive. you did this at 15 years old, you're 17 now. what advice would you give a 15-year-old who wants to leave an impact on their community or affect their community? >> based on what i had gone
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that if coastal rhode island. rachel: narragansett. joe: they are not going to be mad at me, they will be mad at you. pete: i tried. hopefully it sounds like it is spelled. thank you for being with us, joey jones, great to have you. joe: rachel is by need, your giving commute -- rachel: i am struggling. joe: i appreciate it, pleasure to be here. border patrol finding no evidence agents with tatian migrants last year after many false claims including the president of the united states. carley: your rachel: the agency looking to punish them for offensive behavior. rachel: bill.
and joins us. >> reporter: cvp has finally announced results of lengthy investigation is what they have reported, they found no evidence whatsoever that any haitian migrants were whipped or struck by any border patrol agents in del rio, texas. they are going to discipline four of them for administrative -- in particular they were unsafe on the job and had unprofessional conduct, citing one agent who used derogatory language and maneuvered his horse near a child in an unsafe manner, several other agents used threat of force to push migrants back into the water of the rio grande. i'm told by multiple federal sources disciplinary proposals were sent to those agents and
that includes potential suspension of 14 days but the highlight, cvp -- cbp reporting no evidence of the false narrative agents were whipping agents. listen to what the commissioner said. >> no evidence border patrol agents involved in this struck any person, intentionally or otherwise. >> reporter: president biden himself helped spread this false narrative last summer. in the days after the incident he said agents were strapping people quote back there would be consequences, those people will pay. president biden's comments were false. the cbp investigation reveals that but these agents will face consequences when it comes to that discipline. i'm told by the border patrol union they will defend these agents and i'm told these agents will have a chance to respond to these allegations and a chance to give their side of the story.
rachel: go ahead. joe: dan crenshaw, former navy seal, joins us to talk about a couple things starting with the report on border patrol agents, no penalty, they were found not to have done what they were accused of but have a penalty. >> apparently jussie smollett is a special advisor to president biden. these migrants were rushing across the border illegally invading our country but this is another, another reason this administration is to liberally violating the constitution by refusing to execute our laws and we are not coming to defend the police, he has the intention of degrading federal
law enforcement, degrading the military, making sure they are completely ineffective so some democrats say it out loud comedy from the police, the rest of the democrats want to degrade them entirely at every single level until our laws are not enforced at all and they get what they want and effectively open border. pete: it is textbook, 6 months later, friday afternoon, admission they didn't do anything wrong but they are facing administrative action. to people hoping there could be sanity on the board, are border patrol agents working, what does a result like this mean? >> that is what i mean by degrading, demoralizing border patrol, they are demoralized, why would anyone join them? what is recruitment going to be like? it's not an easy job to begin with, that is if the administration, you do what you signed up for and be rewarded
for, you have a border, and entity called border patrol which is designed to protect it, they harry -- carry handcuffs and enforcement and enforce the law by blockading people rushing across the border and the government punishes them worker, this is beyond reproach and one of the first things we have oversight on when we take the house. rachel: your coming to us from texas and karine jean-pierre says the state of texas stay out of immigration. your reaction on the other side. >> immigration enforcement is federal authority and states should not be mandating it, meddling in it. especially texas governor abbott who has a track record of causing chaos and confusion at the border. i would refer you to doj on
legal matters, but this is a federal authority. rachel: your thoughts? >> you can go to hell, i'm going to texas. maybe she should go to texas and see it for herself, this is where the crisis, their action, this administration action are causing the crisis in texas especially southern border counties. this is unfair to us in texas, billions and billions of dollars over the years trying to fix -- governor abbott is doing everything he can within the law to try to dis-incentivize illegals coming across the border in droves, a million crossings this year. this is unprecedented. this is a crisis, obama's dhs secretary said one thousand today would be considered a
crisis and they are doing nothing to stop this. governor abbott is doing what he can. for them to chastise him for it shows they are controlled by radical immigration groups. everything they do demonstrates they are controlled by radical immigration groups. pete: should the governor declare an invasion? >> there are arguments for that, tough to read the constitution that way, it might be getting to the point we have no choice, the problem the governor has is he's putting his agents, state troopers in jeopardy, this is a difficult situation in the federal government's job to do it, i am working on pieces of legislation to fix this problem with abuse of the asylum
process, the floor is settlement caused most of this, labeling the cartels as transnational, and organizations which gives judicial authority to deal with them, there are things the federal government needs to be doing, democrats don't want to do it. joe: immigration reform is a fun thing to say, you have my support. another topic that is germane to texas, the gop is hammering biden, the strategic petroleum reserve to go to china and europe, what is your take on this and what is the story? >> the market is complicated. biden's policies releasing oil from the strategic reserve, just a gimmick, that is president obama's words, it is a gimmick, doesn't affect prices and it takes away from our reserve. the reserve is not there to set price mechanisms.
it is there in case we have a giant hurricane on the gulf coast and need to tap into it because refineries are down. that is what it is for, not for this. the worst part of this china deal, asking china to release reserves so there would be a global release, have more of an effect, what did china do? go back on the deal and almost buy up what we released, they continue to build their reserves, we try to do the right thing and do this but we have to be careful when we criticize exports because exports drive production. when we lifted the export ban it drove gas prices down. if you want a signal for more production you have to encourage exports. rachel: so many solutions for inflation whether it is
removing tariffs on china or selling some this oil instead of help drive down the cost and have more oil here in the united states, so many things are in china's favor which brings us back to hunter biden's laptop and the compromising deals, information the chinese have on our president. could any of this be behind some of these policies the tend to benefit china and not the american people, whose side is this guy on? >> an open question worth investigating. the priority of the oversight committee when we retake the majority and we have no power to do that but we will when we win in november, people get out and vote because this is -- more comes out on hunter biden, is that why this happened? we don't know but these things are worth investigating.
pete: one more topic, the u.s. army, a deadline of june 30th, all soldiers in the garden reserve to be vaccinated, 60,000 soldiers have refused and the administration attending to crack down on them by removing pay or federal service, what do you make of this? we are short on recruitment and now you push out or not pay 60,000 guardsmen and reservists, what does this due to our readiness? >> terrible for our readiness. we had trouble with recruitment and there are reasons for that. the primary reason, the warrior culture that was so intrinsic to the military for so long is being deliberately depleted by the administration and patriotic young men and women are seeing that and thinking i don't want to join this monetary, they are seeing low morale, it's not a good place and this on top of it. what i said about the vaccine
issue, it is true we've long been told you will take back things in the military and nothing you can do about it. lawful orders and good discipline, it is extremely important, it falls apart otherwise. it is worth noting this vaccine was controversial. it is brand-new, it did get politicized. whether you agree with the idea it is harmful or not at least we can agree on a single fact that it is controversial and now as a leader you have to make a decision, you have to weigh costs and benefits. it is worth putting your foot down in this case hurting your readiness a far greater threat to the military and the country just to make a political statement and the thing is it is taking religious exemptions off the table. they long gave the list of exceptions for vaccine but they get so few they've taken that option off the table and the
last thing is you don't need to punish people to this extent. if you want to make a point, make them non-deployable. you can hurt someone's career a little bit, they kick people out in droves and hurt our readiness. rachel: i personally know multiple young men who wanted to become navy seals who said i'm not joining the military because i already got covid and i don't want to take the vaccine and signaling of wokeness is repelling them, america needs command i think perhaps this vaccine mandate and the severity of the punishment is meant to keep young men like that out of. i can't believe why they wouldn't want people like that. >> it is a variety of factors,
the woke training, diversity, inclusion training, the marine corps with rainbow colors on their helmet instead of focusing on war. the vast majority of people in the military want to focus on war. if anybody asked if they want a career in the military you should go but it is still worth it. in the end this stuff is few and far between. it is what makes the headlines and is hurting our recruiting. there is no benefit in this nonsense training, no benefit making people sit at a computer for hours at a time doing general military instruction training, there is no point to it, you know what i am talking about and joey does do. we waste time doing this stuff and that was before it got really woke. joe: i see that marine corps hate there, not the army.
pete: you are box checking on nonsense and indoctrination. joe: the big threat in china and military -- rachel: do you want the entire military taking a vaccine for which there's never been a long-term study, thank you. all right. my podcast, i am speaking to another navy seal who is running in wisconsin is going to talk about wokeness in the military, the impact of vaccine mandates and how it is running recruitment in national security. that will be a top issue. in his election in wisconsin. joe: not hard to think about effective and efficient killing magnets, don't care who you love, you want to come with me and kill bad guys bring it on but the people i know i served
with, that is a real problem. rachel: i wonder if it is a quiet perch. pete: with the education thing the 100 year project, this is a lot bigger, the administration in many ways, on obama's third term. turning to your headlines beginning with a fox news alert, shooting in akron, ohio leaves off 4-year-old girl dead and one man in critical condition. both were attending a family event when a suspect fired several shots into the crowd, the child later died after being transported, police say the investigation is just beginning. give than go, collecting $70,000 for the bodega worker charged with murder in an act of self defense after go fund me shut down the family's original page saying, quote, our terms of service prohibit fund rising of a legal defense of a violent crime, the fundraiser has been removed and all donors have been refunded.
the judge lowering the workers bail after public outcry as he returns home and waits possible prison sentence of 25 years for simply defending himself in a city that has lost its mind. the department of health awarded new york university $40,000 to research why children, quote, begin to favor whiteness and maleness over other identities. doctor carol swain joined us with this reaction. >> children are being destroyed and our government dollars are being used, it is unacceptable and it is counter to our civil rights laws that ban racial discrimination. pete: civil rights act of 1964. my new book battle for the american mind goes into education challenges and happy to announce the third straight week, the top spot of the new york times bestseller list. thank you to all of you who
engaged with the book. rachel: a reenactment of what the new york times is thinking right now. pete, pete! pete: because of you guys come our viewers at fox who spread the word. thank you so much. rachel: you are over the target. joe: four pennsylvania officers and one medic rushed to the hospital after suspected fentanyl exposure, the opioid crisis putting lives at risk, that story live next. pretzel s. sliiiiiiiiii-der sunday! [crash] everything's better between king's hawaiian bread. especially now with king's hawaiian pretzel buns! ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪ ♪ and party every day. ♪
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>> law enforcement, first responders are out there every day protecting the public, they are relentless as far as trying to keep us safe but when you have record levels of deadly poison all over the streets they are really at risk. look at this week, we had 200,000 fentanyl pills seized in colorado. the previous week they received 114 pounds of fentanyl. we have massive amounts of this poison coming from labs in mexico and hitting the streets. law enforcement have to be careful. this is poison. it is a big risk. on top of the risk of being shot. we are losing record levels of law enforcement around the country because of the escalation of violent crime as well. pete: it's not a case of an agent saying we will make sure what this is but the opening that if you open a trunk or suitcase at the drugs are there
and being close enough, fumes can affect, that is the devastation of fentanyl. >> back to the story of january in hartford, connecticut. a middle school the was a hazmat scene, the kids brought in 40 bags of fentanyl, he passed away and it went to his house, they had 100 a but in america, middle school, a hazmat scene, people are prepared and thank god we are getting the training and resources to provide law enforcement to save each other, it is escalating every day and the white house has been silent in regards to fentanyl, let's see what they talk about
regarding fentanyl. there is propaganda they are making record level seizures, half-million tools, i don't know if i believe that, to make the world think they are doing something to deal with this deadly threat to america. >> it gets into the hands of mexican cartels, and losing 295 young americans daily. a poison of our youngest. and thanks. >> yellen must withdraw his $40 billion bid to buy twitter. where is rick reichmuth? on a road trip.
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missing. he was on the show but didn't end up on stage. where is brian kilmeade? what happened? where do you go? brian: i'm right here. rachel: i thought you were with us but you weren't. brian: do i have to explain this to all three of you? you have to know your lane in life. i'm sure he wants to dance or i need to learn a new move, he could show it to me or the music is sold out, the perfect storm for brian. you got to stay in your lane. rachel: you would have been on stage. you -- pete: you live what you preach, you end every show by staying stay within yourself and as a result you know your limits. america would like to laugh with you and at you a little bit. can you give them that?
brian: i will leave it, take my rear off here. i believe that to stuff i say. no one sees florida and says i wish they had somebody dancing on stage that is better because they have got it down. there' s an audience and the stage. joe: would you at least have -- brian: when i hear good music i internalize it. there is nothing in me that wants to brew. i remember the phrase i use all the time, i never met a dance floor that did me any good. that is what i live by. i am not going to win over ratings. rachel: do you like to dance when you drink? brian: not yet. we will see.
adam looked fantastic, todd ripped his pants. they separately comforted. pete: you are a smart man but speaking of that we want your insight on this topic, ripped pants and dancing, which we usually do, because we enjoy about elon musk is telling twitter no deal because he doesn't get the transparency he wants, an official letter to their board, what do you make of it? brian: no more twitter stock dropped 5%, tesla stock up 1%. buyers remorse. i think he legitimately does not know how many people are in that universe and they said we can't get you a precise number because there's a privacy issue there about what they can or can't find out about the users when you were on and i guess
certain privacy issues, that is what they were saying but he paid $44 billion, was able to cash out his stock at a high point and get a lot of money, tesla stock has dropped and twitter stock has dropped and the market has fallen down and valuation has lessened but here's the thing. he has to pay $1 billion fine if it doesn't come through so they are suing each other in court and you know what is happening? twitter is losing credibility, people on the left, people on the right are disappointed. i lost 1000 followers in the last 24 hours, you should check your accounts because it went way up, musk was going to strain it out and it is down again so if he has to leave and find sufficient reason to walk out of this deal he leaves the bare-bones social media company many thought was a staple might not be. it might be going the way of
one of those others in the past. rachel: or trump social or truth social. brian: getting a lot of followers there. rachel: on your show tonight you have the best guests. rachel: i want to talk about how people thought the domestic policy of president biden would be a struggle but internationally he had these contacts, turns out his international policies are worse than his thomistic policies, i will talk about that and the war in space, russia is trying to kick us off the space station, or china trying to buy the moon, no joke, stealing that phrase from president biden and we will go over that with jim bridenstein with nasa and kayleigh mcenany will do the news that all of you will be on, i did that with rachel already, 8:00, and 11:00
tonight. hope everyone tunes in but i have a special guest in my studio if you would like to meet somebody. i want you to meet willow. with no is a great. knees puppy making her tv debut. rachel: i expected -- your dog is gorgeous. i expected a different name, not willow. why was this not lincoln or douglas or reagan? brian: thanks for holding me to a higher standard. willow, we had a boutique called willow and thought that would be a good cross marketing thing. rachel: that is very smart. pete: do you contribute to care of willow or take credit?
brian: this is a full-time job. this dog does not stop. the other dogs who are 6 years old had a routine and that routine is blowing up. this dog wants to play 24 hours a day, a lot of energy, has no idea how to tame it. this is the columnist she has ever been. joe: see you tonight. rachel: send a picture next time we do the dog star-spangled banner. get the picture and we will put it up. joe: i am saying it was a strike. pete: i wanted the other side of the editing and they don't have it. exclusively to one nation. rachel: looks like willow wants to go to your wife. brian: i do stuff i promise.
one nation tonight. rachel: watch one nation tonight. where is rick reichmuth in his road trip across america. pete: he is visiting mammoth cave national park in kentucky. what is up? joe: we can't hear him. rachel: we lost him. joe: looks like he is on a high court or zip line. i would be too scared to talk right now. joe: see if i can do this. pete: i am a little scared, i am rick. there is rick. what have you got? now we do. >> reporter: i'm going to cross with a microphone, make this more challenging. this is jacob jones. if you come to mammoth cave national park, all kinds of
stuff around including mammoth cave where we are just outside national park. what are we about to do? >> the second score here if we can accomplish it. >> reporter: how many don't make it across without falling once? >> 10% of people. >> don't make or do make it? >> don't. >> reporter: 90% do. if i don't make it i am really bad at this. all right. how high a bar we? >> 50, 60 feet in the air. >> reporter: i am not supposed to hold onto the top one, just the ropes right here. okay. i've got this. i've got this. i don't know if this looks high up to you but it feels high up to me. pete: you are doing it with a microphone so that is impressive. rachel: i feel like i am --
>> reporter: i stand upright here. that is the beauty of "fox and friends". pete: you can hold the mic and move the mat. as well. you will be all set. >> reporter: all right and this is shaky. it is not. got to come one of these days. pete: makes it look too easy. you are very windy. >> reporter: doesn't are go first. joe: have fun up there. don't fall down and stay strapped in. rachel: you can go to caves and do the ropes. thanks. joe: more "fox and friends" right here now. ng. the pain. emerge tremfyant®. with tremfya®, most people saw 90% clearer skin at 16 weeks. the majority of people saw 90% clearer skin even at 5 years.
joe: senseless chicago violence hitting close to home, for the younger brother of hawley. rachel: gun fire broke out on the south side of chicago. pete: lawrence jones joined us outside chicago. with him is project hood ceo and new beginnings church senior pastor cory brooks. good to see you on a tough morning. >> good morning, thank you so much. pastor, this has hit the fox
family. you know our brother hawley. what are your words for the family? >> we continue to have these issues on the west side of chicago, it is unfortunate we have to add his name to the list of families that are losing individuals but my hopes and prayers are with him at his family and we hope on this day when they are laying to rest a loved one we want to be there to support and show as much love as possible. >> reporter: we were talking with hawley, he said he doesn't have the time to grieve and this has become a signature issue not just for christian but all the other brothers, over a thousand people shot in chicago alone and doesn't seem like any of the leadership is doing anything about it. >> imagine not having time to
grieve a loved one, not just him but so many individuals going through the issue of shootings, debts and murders and not having time to grieve and to add insult to injury the poor leadership being given to our city as relates to use crimes, it is damaging the heart even more and our goal is to eradicate this violence, get rid of the murder we see every day. chicago is a very beautiful city but this is something that must be dealt with. >> reporter: what will be the pivot point? you got off the roof to come down here and support hawley and the family. you've been campaigning to help start communities. what will it take to get this problem under control? >> everything rises and falls
on leadership. to come alongside and assist communities. it will take all of us, all hands on deck to put hearts and minds together to solve this issue. too often we become desensitized and don't feel we can do anything and turn the power to government but all of us are realizing government is a shortcoming, not going to solve the problem so we have to put hands on deck and hearts and minds into and do everything we can to fix this problem on our own and make sure hawley and his family, add to the list of families we see every day. >> reporter: hawley will join us in the next hour before the funeral with his message for the country, back to you guys in new york. pete: spot on for pastor brooks. rachel: turning to your
headlines beginning with this, police in japan say the man suspected of assassinating former prime minister shinzo abe was not motivated by politics, a confessed to shooting abe believing he was part of an organization he held a grudge against. president biden offering his condolences yesterday including a phone call to japanese prime minister kushida expressing outrage. the body is being returned to tokyo. secretary of state anthony blinken is meeting to diffuse tensions between the two nations, this comes as christopher ray calls china the biggest long-term threat facing the united states. specifically noting threats by stealing intellectual property from western technology companies and those are your
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♪♪ who the dogs out ♪♪ pete: it is a positive story. i read whatever is in it. a new study says neighborhoods with more dogs and be safer. our next guest worked in k-9 units as an army soldier and police officer. professional dog trainer here with georgia. thanks for being here. rachel: tell us about georgia first. >> georgia is a 5-year-old veatch the, work dog i take with me every day weather permitting but she's part of the business. without her i couldn't do it. she is a real asset. rachel: i asked if he would give trouble to an intruder and you said absolutely.
>> georgia is not a trained dog to do any protection work but like most dogs they have a natural instinct to protect. they have the mind of a wolf which is to protect the pack. joe: we introduce to study how dogs in neighborhoods make the neighborhood safer. tell us about that. >> i got a good perspective of that when i was a police officer for six years and now i am a dog trainer as well but the thing that is good about that is the ohio study at first i thought meant just because it would protect the house if somebody came in but there's more to it than that but what is involved these people walking dogs in the neighborhood. they become like neighborhood watch. they are meeting their neighbors and getting to know their neighbors and to see what is normal for the neighborhood. they do every day.
the neighborhood watch would fizzle out sometimes, it would start out real hot, people would tire of it but this is different. when you have a dog you might take the same walk for 15 years. rachel: thanks for bringing georgia. pete: a perfect name. he did it for you. we are almost out of time for this hour. dan bondgino joins us in a few minutes. it followed me everywhere. so i consolidated it into a low-rate personal loan from sofi. get a personal loan with no fees, low fixed rates, and borrow up to $100k. sofi. get your money right.
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♪ 1, 2, 1, 2, 3 ♪♪ ♪ ♪ if. ♪ ♪ pete: that was flo rida riding shoulders into the crowd yesterday at the pox and friends summer concert series. that might be a first for the concert series. it was one of the best, in case you didn't see it. quite a performer. rachel: that was amazing. pete: rachel, what did you think? rachel: the best concert series
i've seen. we need to bring him back on the weekend. steve, carley, todd to got up there, adam, we were all dancing. todd split his pants. brian, missing in action. pete: missing in action. rachel: he's hiding behind the stage. joey: right now i'm tapping my feet. [laughter] rachel: but he was behind the stage. i mean, i -- you couldn't not move. i mean, flo rida was that good. every young person in the building came downstairs, every going person who was working from home came, it was amazing. pete: let's share the footage, the best of flo rida and "fox & friends." steve: ladies and gentlemen, give it up for flo rida? >> i want to thank y'all for the hospitality, because today in new york city, "fox & friends",
this feels like my house! ♪ welcome to my house. ♪ baby, take control now. ♪ ♪ all out, it's so ridiculous. ♪ jump, jump, jump. ♪ put your hands up! ♪ going down for real ♪♪ brian: here is flo rida in the middle of our crowd performing low -- steve: it's my song! ♪ apple bottom jeans, boots with the fur. ♪ ain't the same when it's up
that low ♪♪ >> i split my pants. [cheers and applause] todd: how great was this guy? [cheers and applause] pete: rachel, you did great. rachel: these guys understood the "fox & friends" team. it was fun, they ate the barbecue. they embraced "fox & friends." joey: when you came out, you were an up-front dancer. [laughter] rachel: oh, i don't know, those girls were amazing. yeah, it was super fun, and we should bring them on the weekend. pete: again, brian kilmeade to explain why he was not dancing. we could have steve come on and perform what is known as the
doocy shuffle. well, this is rachel is classic, the arms folded. i think that is -- you see bounce, you see shuffle, and he's, like, i gotta get out of here, okay, i'm out. i give him credit for going after it. and flo rida for being such a sport. rachel: i wonder if dan bongino would jump on stage and go low, low, low too. pete: i bet he would. rachel: his wife likes to dance, i've seen that. >> wait, i've got a lot of thoughts on this. [laughter] i know, producers, we've got to get to serious stuff, i'm sorry. i'm just taking over, okay? number one, i was up in new york doing my show, what, like two weeks ago? "fox & friends," the whole crew, gavin, suzanne, you couldn't have flo rida there when i was there?
[laughter] we've got to coordinate this better. come on. [laughter] i would have loved that. we've got to coordinate this whole thing better. joey: south florida energy up here at one time. >> well, that's a good point. we may have melted the building. good point. number two, i don't know if you caution -- caught it. i notice little things. did you see the guy, big zack, who took him on his shoulders? did you see him just, like, lift him up with one arm? what the hell was that that? what is this guy, x-man? holy moses. pete: like tyrus, yeah. ray and the baby too, then he took the baby. >> he just lifted him up. i mean, floe rida's not a small guy. dude's doing some squats. we were just at rachel's beautiful daughter's wedding, it was so amazing.
a little inside baseball, hell seth can dance too -- hegseth can dance too. i saw it, right, rachel in the kid's got moves. don't let him fill you. military man, joey, he's got some moves i don't have. i'm very jealous. [laughter] look at pete dancing. rachel: pete's got moves and the kids have moves. the kids are really -- they're partiers. pete: we'll get you an invite, dan, to the next big, big one. they're all big. iowa ray they are. -- rachel: they are. >> to the c suite level at fox, we've got to work on this. [laughter] i gotta be there. i feel bad for the next guy performing after flo if rida. that looked amazing. rachel: good point. i feel sorry for the next guy. all right, dan, so we're going to move on to something else. there's a lot of outrage because of the supreme court decision, and now left-wing activists are
taking it to the justices in front of their homes. now they're going, following them at restaurants and getting them chased out of restaurants. i mean, you have a little bit of experience like this. you saw what that was like when you left the white house with your wife and they surrounded you. what's going on here? this is actually next level because it's against the law to do this to supreme court justices. >> you know, given my, again, prior line of work here, these are kinds of stories that really dig at me, and they really shouldn't be political. i know that's hard to say in this hyperpartisan ecosystem we all live in now. but, guys, ladies, we can't have a functioning constitutional republic if public servants, supreme court justices and people in power, are constantly the target of harassment, potentially violence. i mean, you just saw, tragically, shinzo abe, former prime minister of japan, murdered in cold blood.
and having interviewed probably, i don't know, 50 people when i was in the protective intelligence squad at the secret service who had threatened openly one of our protectees, you know, they're not -- most of them are not sane. it doesn't mean all people with mental illness are violent. i've spent a lot of years studying psychology. that's not the case. but a lot of people who are violent do have mental illness. it's not necessarily the inverse, you know what i'm saying? you may think what was it like justice now, whatever, were putting a bounty on where they are? you may think you're being too cute by half in intimidating and harassing people, but i'm telling you, there's someone out there like the crazy person who showed up at kavanaugh's house who's not reading what you think you're writing. they're reading something totally different. there it is, shut down d.c. you see it on the screen. i'm telling you, i protected obama and clinton too, not just bush. i did my job because it
mattered, because we have a functioning constitutional republic. they are not reading what you're writing. you're writing or what you think you're writing, give us some information, we're going to go harass these people because we're going to try to get abortion back in the supreme court. that other person is reading let me kill this guy at this location you all are condoning. you just read what this guy wrote, what he said, the guy who killed abe. read what he said. at one point he says something like i wasn't really mad at him. you just killed him. and for a guy like me who's interviewed these people over and over, i'm telling you, listen to me, beam in. that is not even uncommon. every they have a severe mental illness. they don't -- they are sociopathic, they don't think like you and i do. the idea of behavior consequence doesn't work for them, and something bad's going to happen, i'm telling you. my take, 9, 10 eastern time on
saturday. it's gonna happen. joey: do you think the biden administration or the county of justice is taking it seriously enough? do you think they're putting the right resources behind it? >> joey, this department of justice, i mean, to call it a disgrace is a disgrace to the word disgrace. merrick garland is a cosmic-level embarrassment. i have -- this guy, really, he makes eric holder look like elliott ness. i mean, this guy is a disgrace to humankind. he has the opportunity right noe him. there's not a chance in hell biden's going to fire him. the guy's got enough problems on his hands. he hasn't fired xavier becerra at hhs. nobody knows where this guy is. he's not going to fire garland. garland could come out tomorrow and say, listen, i work for, not with, the white house. i am the attorney general for the united states, not for the white house. i may not agree with their politics in a prior life
whatever it may be, say it or not, but this is totally unacceptable. we are not going to allow this. and ironically, it would actually help biden's approval rating, but he won't do it. absolutely, he won't. so the answer is, no. this man is a coward. and believe me, i don't throw that term around often. a guy like you knows that, joey. you get called that, there's no better picture of bravery than you, i'm telling you merrick garland is a coward with a capital k -- c, and i mean that. pete: that's why joe biden has said next to nothing about this kind of intimidation. the press secretary given a chance to clarify by peter doocy, still won't condemn the idea. so kamala harris was interviewed by cbs news, asked about not necessarily this, but the idea of roe and codifying it. maybe she'll be a -- give a steady hand and a clear answer. or not. listen. >> did democrats fail, past
democratic presidents, profession alleyeders, to not codify roe v. wade over the past five decades? >> i think that, to be very honest with you, i do believe that we should have rightly believed, but we certainly believe that certain issues are just settled. certain issues are just settled. >> clearly were not. >> no, that's right. and that's why i do believe we are living, sadly, in real unsettled times. pete: what's more unsettling, dan, the reality of what we're facing or the reality of our leadership or so-called? [laughter] >> guys, it was like date night last night, so i haven't seen that. that's why my eyes are so blurry, me and paula. probably too much information for the air but whatever. i haven't seen that. the first time i saw that, that is hilarious. you realize she said two completely contradictory settled. this is settled, and bob costas goes, well, not really.
yeah, not really it's not settled. [laughter] we interviewed people not ready for the job in the secret service, and you ever see that guy or woman that uses words they clearly don't know what they mean, but they're big words they saw in an s.a.t. book and they use them anyway? the better qualified applicant, you've got to go, that's kamala harris. what is she talking -- we have a segment on my radio show called what the -- is she saying. [laughter] and all we do is fill it in, my producer jim does it all the time, what is that? the issue's settled. no, it's not. you're right, no, it's not. this is the vice president. this isn't some hot dog sales guy down the corner from fox at, like, 52nd street. this is the vice president of the united states. she has no idea what she's talking about ever. she makes joe biden look like william shakespeare, like this guy -- >> maybe she's doing her job then. maybe that's what the job is
now. >> this may be the greatest flip that we've ever seen. just say ridiculous things, word salads, make things up so you make joe biden look eloquent and save us in 2022. you may be right, joey jones. you're a smart man. [laughter] rachel: it's getting to the point where the democrats are even embarrassed about this. i mean, they're not happy with her responses especially on an issue that they care so much about. dan, you have a great show tonight. tell us about it. >> it's great because you're on it. i love rachel campos duffy talking about the ridiculous, hour tofying attacks -- horrifying attacks on conservative women. adam corolla are is dangerous in the opening block. he's got one of the best analogies i've ever heard, and my friend charles marino, we talk about that horrible tragedy in japan.
and, pete and joey, you have experience in the space, just the massive security failure and why, you know, what went wrong. he was a colleague of mine in the secret service. it's worth your with time to check it out. it's a really good segment, so i hope you all like the show. pete: especially once you see the pictures of the proximity of that individual with a bag. >> yeah. pete: i wouldn't know about the types of protocols, but you would, so i'll be watching tonight to understand how that happens. >> joey, you know what that means, watch your six every single time. you don't got the six, you don't have anything. that failed. rachel: all right. unfiltered with dan bongino tonight, don't miss it. pete: thanks, dan. rachel: always good. thank you, dan. turning now to your headlines, a video of a shocking attack released yesterday shows a pregnant women being hit in the head with a wrench in broad daylight in new york city. the suspect seen here confronting the woman last month before striking her several times, then taking off. the woman was taken to the
hospital, and she later lost her baby due to the attack. oh, my goodness. she says she now suffers from ptsd. of course she does. police saying the attack may have stemmed from road rage. they're still looking for the suspect. actor tony sirico, famous for his role as pauli walnuts on the sopranos, has died. he became one of the most beloved and quotable characters in television history. >> tony's given years of his life to that company, and he expects to be duly compensated. johnny sure as [bleep] ain't gonna perform. and since johnny sack ain't gonna step up, guess what? it's coming out of your [bleep] rachel: the 79-year-old earned two screen actors' guild awards. and a brazen car thief in north carolina leading police on a wild chase this week stealing four cars and crashing twice in
just three hours. police saying the man started the wild run in charlotte, weaving through traffic, blowing through stoplights, he even crossed into south carolina at one point before being caught. he's facing several charges and being held on an $800,000 bond, and those are your headlines. pete: yeah. something not right about that. all right, coming up, fox news' gianno caldwell laying his brother to rest today after his senseless murder in chicago. he and our own lawrence jones join us coming up next.
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pete: chicago's ongoing deadly gun violence crisis impacting in a big way a member of the fox news family. funeral services begin today for the younger brother of our political analyst, gianno caldwell. joey: his 18-year-old brother christian was shot and killed last month on the south side of chicago. rachel: "fox & friends" enterprise reporter lawrence jones is live outside of chicago and standing with him is gianno. they both join us now. good morning, gianno, lawrence. i mean, i'm speechless, i don't know what to say. my heart is just breaking for both of you, truly.
>> good morning, family. >> good morning, thank you. >> gianno, first of all, from the fox news family, from jay, suzanne, lauren, lock land, you know we love you, we're here for you. >> absolutely. >> what do you want the country to know about christian? >> you know, i woke up today with my heart feeling like it was beating out of my chest. i'm not -- i've not been able to grieve because i've been focusing on meticulously planning the funeral and fighting for justice for christian, but today the grieving process has started. grieving process has started. my baby brother christian didn't deserve this, not at all. there's countless victims in chicago who also don't deserve this who we don't even know their names. i'm only here talk to -- talking to you to, and as much as i love you, brother, i would rather not be in front of this camera right in front of the church that we're going to bury my baby
brother, but i'm still praying to god for justice because i know the god that i serve is a god of justice. 100%. and when i pulled up here today and i gave you that big hug and we embraced and i said this is the most difficult thing that i've done in my life, i just have no words. but i have to be strong for my family as we bury my baby brother in the first double-breasted suit that i was able to save money to buy. his favorite color is royal blue. he's going to be buried in that today with a lot of love with friends and family from across world coming to join us today. i i want to thank my fox news family, suzanne, jay, locke land, amy, everybody for the support, the love, the continuous love and support. sean hannity, everyone's been amazing, and you all have been covering this story like it's a family story, so i really appreciate that. but i want to say for those who
may want justice for those families as well, keep fighting. the fight never ends until you get it, so keep fighting, keep persevering, keep working towards that because there is hope. and i'm here knowing that there's hope and that there will be justice for my baby brother. >> the tipline is at the bottom of the screen right now, so anybody that has any information that could help to lead to the arrest of these people that committed this heinous act, please call that tip line. gianno, we were talking -- this has been, obviously, the most tragic incident, but this is the second incident that your family has had to deal with. >> yeah. yeah. in the first unfortunate incident, my brother, he lived, but his best friend died in his arms. that isn't the same brother. we moved him out of town, and now it is my mission to move as many of my family members out of chicago as possible. this happened two weeks ago, three men, they say, got out of a black suv, african-americans
with dreads, started firing, hit three people and one of them was rushed to the hospital, surgery, another got a lucky shot this many her leg, my baby never even had a chance to leave critical condition. this is devastating for us and our family and especially the for me, but i think about these other people, there's so many people that are dying in chicago. senseless violence. people that have nothing to do with the life of gangs or violence. and i hope to use this moment, to spark this moment in the name of my baby brother christian to fight for those families as well. and thank god that i work at fox news channel because if i didn't, no one would care. they wouldn't give a damn. excuse my language, they wouldn't care. but this is what my new mission is, and this is the fight moving forward. >> we've been talking about in the off the air, that this is now the signature issue because there are so many young people that don't have a platform -- >> that's right. >> -- to go on tv and say we
want justice. but i've been covering chicago for a while, brother. you grew up here. >> yes. >> what do you think it's going to take for the leadership to change? because the people have been crying out for help for years. >> for years. >> and no one is doing anything about it that has the political capital to do it. >> or the political will. i think that's more important. what it's going to take is an extreme and extraordinary change of strategy where they get extreme and tough. you've got to eradicate these soft on crime policies, and there's a number of them to evaluate. and as i move forward and this new movement, i'll be working with the national organization of black law enforcement executives and legislators here in illinois examining what those policies are and looking to eradicate them, reverse them so we can have safe living for everyone that lives in the city of chicago. people shouldn't fear going to sleep thinking that maybe a bullet is going to come through their window, but so many people do. i'm downtown chicago, and i'm turning, looking behind my back
when it's town town chicago. it's -- downtown chicago. it's one of the safest places to be. just last week there was a mass shooting blocks from the mayor's office, where the governor's office is. this has to change. and if christian is, if christian's life is the push forward for this, then that's what we're going to have to do. but his life and legacy will mean something, brother. his life and legacy will mean something. and i'm going to work tirelessly to insure that it does. >> we love you, man. >> i love you all back. >> we're going to be with you through all of this. i'll send it back to you guys. >> thank, you all. pete: gianno, we love you -- >> love you back. pete: we appreciate you and we'll be thinking about you and praying for you and your family today. rachel: thank you, guys. oh, my goodness. pete: yeah. christian was just 18 years of age, and may he rest in peace.
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rachel: climate change chaos. police in the nether lapps open fire at protesters in a tractor as farmers storm the streets protesting dutch government's climate change plans. farmers fear these reforms could ruin their livelihoods and even lead to food shortages. here to discuss is the author of false alarm, copenhagen consensus president and hoover institute senior fellow bjorn lomborg. so great to have you here today. this is something a lot of americans are just hearing about, which are these protests in the netherlands, and really that these policies that were passed in europe and that country in particular are now having these really high consequences, potentially bankrupting the farmers. >> yes. so, look, it's not really a new
story. politicians make grand promises, but they have no intention of actually keeping them. but what happens then is they get sued in court and suddenly they have to live up to them. now, they promised to cut their nitrogen emissions dramatically from farming, and that turned out to be really, really hard and, hence, very, very costly. this is the same kind of thing that we're now seeing with climate, politicians making grand promises which sound great but which will actually lead to a lot of cost and a lot of unhappy people. that's not the right way forward to actually get a better environment, to get a lot of strikes. rachel: yeah. i've seen interviews with the farmers. many of them actually believe this is a conspiracy to get them off of their land. but in the very minimum, we're seeing potential food shortages here, and that's really a fear as well, correct? >> i mean, that's absurd right now, right? a world where there's not enough food and then we're saying, no, let's produce less food. remember, pollen -- holland
produces a lot of food and exports it across the world. again, we need to recognize that, yes, we all want a better environment, but we also have to balance that with we want food, we want income, we want an economy working. there's a lot of other things we want. we need to balance that. and making these grand promises which is what we do with much of our climate policy, oh, let's get rid of all fossil fuel by 2030 or 2035, this sounds really easy, it turns out that it's going to be phenomenally costly. it's going to cost $5-6 trillion for the world. most of the world, of course, is not going to pay up, but the u.s. and europe and others might actually end up paying those costs, and that's going to lead to a lot of protests just like we saw in france before and holland now. rachel: and we're seeing the government turn against its own people. i mean, there have been, you know, the militarization of these activists through the government in netherlands, it's very surprising. shots have been fired, and many of the farmers feel like their
government is turning against them because of this climate activism and radicalism. do you think, really quick, do you think this kind of stuff will come to the united states? >> i think we're going to see a lot more protests because nobody has told anyone how incredibly costly these promises are, and people are going to revolt when they start seeing the bills. rachel: all right. bjorn lomborg, very important story that we've got to keep our eye on. thanks a lot. still ahead, new york gun memberships now have to share their social media accounts with the government, but this is already bogging down agencies that are already short staffed. plus, where in the world is rick reichmuth? he's traveling the country this summer, and we'll catch up with him after the break. ♪ ♪ ebt in college and, no matter how much i paid, it followed me everywhere.
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joey: welcome back. new yorkers looking to legally own a gun will have to hanover all their social media accounts to the state government, but our next guest says law enforcement don't have the time, the money or the resources to endlessly scroll through social media. here now is executive director of of the new york sheriffs' association, peter kehoe. peter, thank you for joining us. last week we celebrate the right to keep and bear arms in new york, and now they're looking
for a way to circumvent around it. real quick with, supreme court decision last week essentially said the subjectivity of the process was one of the big problems, and now they're bringing subject i. right back into it. >> absolutely. they want law enforcement to scrutinize your social media records to see if you have the temperament and the judgment and good character to possess a weapon. who's going to make that decision? i don't think any of our law enforcement officers, certainly the sheriffs don't want to be in the position of having to guess somebody's character and temperament. joey: no, you're absolutely right. what you just hit on is really important. basically we have a trial to decide what somebody meant when they said something or litigation, it's a big legal process. now you're telling me that, you know, maybe detectives, hopefully detectives that have some sort of education, but police officers are going to have to search through and
decide the difference between a joke, sarcasm, conjecture or a threat? >> absolutely. and, you know, i think we're pretty used to the hyperbole that is used by people on social media. it doesn't mean that they mean it, it's a way of expressing themselves maybe out of frustration with the way our government is going. it doesn't mean that they're going to go out and shoot somebody. joey: well, and just to hit on that topic, we did talk about red flag laws, the idea that you can't hold everything against someone, but there is a legitimate concern if someone shows a tendency to be violence -- violent, that should be a part of the process. is there a better way for the state government to do that rather than searching social media accounts? >> i think so, and i think this whole law has it kind of reversed. you've got to show us that you can be entrusted with a weapon. it should be the other way around. by the constitution you are entrusted with a weapon unless government can come up with something to show that you
shouldn't have a weapon. this is trying to make the gun owner to prove that he can be entrusted with a weapon. joey: with your law enforcement experience, is it a public safety threat to have law-abiding citizens carrying firearms? >> so it absolutely is not. and that's, you know, i think we should make it clear that the sheriffs in new york are all in favor of any law that's going to make it easier to keep guns out of the hands of criminals. but this law, like so many of the others that were passed last friday by the u.s. legislature, does nothing to keep the guns out of the hands of criminals, but it tramples all over the rights of the millions of honest, law-abiding citizens who just want to exercise the rights that they have under the second amendment. so it's reversed. we should be looking at the criminal, not at the law-abiding citizens. the criminals are not going to apply for a gun permit, and if they do, they're not going to put down their social media
sites, especially the one that has all the bad stuff on it. this is wrong, and it accomplishes nothing except for tramples all over the rights of honest individuals. joey: no, you're absolutely right, and you just shot holes all if in law. hopefully, it doesn't go into effect in a way that 2r56r7ings on people's rights again. peter kehoe, thanks for joining us and for your expertise. >> my pleasure. joey: we reached out to governor hochul's office for a statement, but we did not hear back. pete: thank you, joey. smart guy. turning now to your headlines, and we must warn you, this video, it is disturbing. a group of smiling philadelphia teenagers caught on cam a beating an elderly man -- camera beating an elderly man to death last month with a traffic cone. the seventeens chased the 73-year-old man down striking him several times and causing severe head trauma. they're now offering a $20,000
reward for any information on the suspects. a wildfire is threatening the largest grove of giant sequoias in yosemite park and forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people. merely 500 trees currently under threat with no containment so far. the portion of the park with those trees is now closed. fire officials haven't said what caused the wildfire. so far it's reached more than 466 acres. and because we haven't cede -- said it enoughed today, a new study shows neighborhoods with more dogs can be safer. a canine unit specialist and training assistant dog, georgia, joined us earlier. >> first i thought it meant just because it would protect the house if somebody came in. what's involved is the people walking their dogs in the neighborhood, they've become almost like neighborhood watch, and they're getting to know
their neighbors and getting to see what's normal for that neighborhood because they do it every day. pete: good old-fashioned community policing. rogers saying his previous work as a police officer, burglars rarely targeted homes with dogs, and those are your headlines. rachel: all right. where's rick reichmuth? that's the question this morning as we follow our chief meteorologist who's on a summer road trip across america. today rick is visiting the beautiful mammoth cave national park in kentucky, and he join withs us with our fox weather forecast. rick, good morning. rick: good morning. i've got such a good gig this morning. we're close to bowling green, if you know where that is in kentucky, and we're at mammoth cave national park. there's all kinds of things to do. this is adventures of mammoth cave, and i'm here with emma. thanks for having me. [laughter] who's this guy? >> this is judge. rick: if you come here, if you
watched the zip line which took me about a half hour to get down, i'm exhausted and sweaty all the way through, but now we're going to get on this horse. what's the most important thing about horseback riding? >> yeah, making sure you're comfortable in the saddle, make sure you have a fun time. rick: comfortable in the saddle and a fun time. all right. can i get up here on judge? >> yeah. rick: you think i need that. is it because you looked at me, he's old, he needs that? i don't know if i can do it without it. >> put your with left foot here in the stirrups and swing on over. rick: there we go. i think it's been about 20 years since i've been on a horse. >> well, he's a good boy. rick: are you going to teach me anything? >> your stirrups comfortable? >> good enough. [laughter] who's your horse? >> this is mystery. are. rick: all right. get on mystery, and i think i'm going to get here and take off
right now, guys. one thing you can do if you come here to adventures at mammoth cave, do you guys have a web site? there you go, adventures at mammoth cave, make your reservations. all right, come on. pete: get after it, rick. he hasn't ridden in 20 years, he's going to take off. [inaudible conversations] we'll have a new weatherman tomorrow. [laughter] joey: coming up, does the rubik's cube leave you puzzled? i know one who's pretty good at solving one, my little boy, joseph -- pete: nice! he's been giving me tips. rachel: helping pete. joey: you got it? we'll see it. ♪ ♪
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win, is the new phrase. joey: so my son, joseph, is actually great at solving rubik's cubes, and he's going to be taking on pete and rachel. i'm going to to be taking on joseph, he's going to be taking on you guys. you've got some tips for us. >> oh, yeah. one really simple algorithm, it's going to be up with your right hand, you're going to go, you're going to go to the left with your top index finger on your right hand, and then you're going to go back down on that same side. and then with your left hand, you're going to push it right with this finger -- joey: so up, over, back down over. rachel: joey, you didn't tell me how handsome your son is. he's in eighth grade -- [laughter] yeah, he's in eighth grade, and he's as tall as you two. joey: they go, your son looks just like you, then they go, oh, he's so cute. and i go -- [laughter] listen, this kid real quick,
he's to awesome. at the end of february, we had a birthday party back in 2020, it was '80s theme, we had some rubik's cube, what is that? by mid march, he could do that with one hand. pete: really? how'd you learn to do it? >> i just went into with my room and looked up a youtube tutorial, and i practiced what it that taught me and eventually i was able to solve it. joey: he got in trouble a couple days ago, we were in the pool, and i said, teach me that algorithm. he looked at me like i was stupid, so i taught him respect that day. [laughter] pete: all right. we're going to put 30 seconds on the clock, joseph. we're going to see if we can crack the code. ready? we'll put 30 on the clock. joey: go. pete: what's winning? the most together in.
rachel: do you have to get one color? pete: my boys are going to be mad at me if i can't, i've not paid attention. joey: it's easy to focus on one side. pete: that's what i think i'm doing. >> one thing you want to do is not focus on the sides, but focus on -- [laughter] rachel: focus on what? >> layers. rachel: what does that mean, on layers? >> first layer, second layer. rachel: oh, i got that. joey: that's time. pete: that's a lot of blue. joey: you got one side done yet? rachel: you guys -- [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] >> i got this block and this block done. joey: all right. rachel: we'll determine the winner after the break. more "fox & friends" coming up. ♪ i want you, baby, by sugar boo. ♪ i'm levitating. ♪ pretzel slider buns.
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