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detainees will left ellis island in 1924 if you're one of those people and you know that your family came through here and would've seen lady liberty, guess what you can find all kinds ofds information, the stae of 65 million people of affirmation. cheryl: that is it for me, "the evening edit" starts right now. elizabeth: we told you this would happen and it's now happening the tactic of house speaker nancy pelosing and chuck schumer those tactics a backfiring, falling apart there is major democrat and siding between the far left and centrist democrat moderates the far left says they're gonna be the spoilers and have the votes to block the 1 trillion-dollarre infrastructure deal unless they get their bigotry and half trillion dollar spending bill passed we have that tonight and this, when democrats are demanding more from as
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conditions for all the new spending, joining me tonight congresswoman beth van duyne, jason chaffetz, jim trusty, doctor marc siegel, mark green and michael walt and deneen borelli and former u.s. border patrol chief robin tello we have this as well, the debate the cdc saying there will not be a nationwide vaccine mandate, this as more and more local businesses and governments are instituting them, government worker unions pushing back and pushing back hard on the legality of vaccine mandates. this as republican u.s. senator lindsey graham says he is a breakthrough case and he tested positive with covid-19 even after being vaccinated, the administration or saying those cases are rare, get vaccinated that's the word the president warns more covid restrictions to becoming, dr. fauci said no tomorrow lockdowns the white house continues to blastoc socil
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media as a primary source of vaccine misinformation the washington post and media sayin. that to, new house republican report finds ample evidence that wuhan lab scientist in china genetically created and manipulated the coronavirus to make it more infectious to humans, with the help of u.s. funding and it did leak from the wuhan lab saying this is a historic cover-up what could've been a local all break into a major global pandemic, also tonight the house republicans announcing they do intend to investigate the tens of millions of dollars and pelosi family stock trade and hunter biden's activities if the republicans retake the house and the midterms next year, new video of the largest group of migrants crossingng in texas, the gop sas the border is the biggest super spreader event right now, they are demanding mores, from this where is the cdc, nih, dr. fauci we also have that in this fight
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between the biden the administration and texas over a migrant travel that is heading to the supreme court, the biden of administration saying it will keep the coronavirus border shut down that trump's started in place for now, thank you for joining us i am elizabeth macdonald, "the evening edit" starts right now. ♪. elizabeth: welcome to the show you're watching the fox business network, the far left is talking about being spoilers there gonna draw under blocked b infrastructure deal and we have the votes to do what they say unless they do what they want, the three and half trillion dollarar spending bill the government throwing caution to the wind, the spending blowout, the treasury department launched emergency cash conservation as it did expire today, and
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congressman sits on infrastructure, it's great to have you back, what you make of this action would talkm of alexandria oak because you cortez, she has the votes to do it, what do you say. >> i would say i see the far left those two running toward therd camera worrying more about the greenre new deal than actual infrastructure and transportation which i hear from our constituents that they want. it needs a lot of needs, focused on roads and bridges and airports, traditional infrastructure as it's been defined, it's so necessary coming out of the pandemic that's what it's been focused on theirs also be ways to pay-for, what we see out of the left constant and siding, unless it is progressive as they wanted, they will fight it in nancy, speaker pelosi had a tough friday, while she was running around having 23 euros arrested for not having a mask at the
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capital, her democrats were falling apart, we waited around all day on friday. elizabeth: they could not get it moved, i hear you. we hear you, senator marsha blackburn, republicans are saying put keystone xl pipeline back in, the p border wall, thoe are infrastructure needs as well, we have drone footage up to 1000 migrants detained at the deck under texas border, republicans are saying this is an absolute catastrophe, that is happening as well, it's unclear, do you think this is going to pass? >> it's 2700 pages that just came out, i know we have not had an opportunity to review, were looking at it now anybody who says it's going to support nonsupport has not read h the bill, will the past i don't know we will have to see what amendments if it gets passed in
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the senate, we will have to see what happens when it comes to the floor of the house, this is how policy is supposed to be made people are coming together willing to compromise their look at actual transportation needs and it's a hopeful positive step you are seen democrats come to the floor and same were not pushing the progressive policies the socialist policies but were looking at legitimate infrastructure legitimate transportation needs and focus on those, i hope that we make more progress on this. elizabeth: the t other thing the bill is also the full bureaucrat employment act, is putting government workers studying businesses and business losses and job losses because of more government jobless benefits keei paying people to not work and stayed home, there is going to be a study on that, there is money for the energy department to study the job losses created by killing the keystone xl
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pipeline, why do you need studies, let's listen to minority leader kevin mccarthy, there is a lot of fighting going on, speaker pelosi call kevin mccarthy and more recently if you get the cattle he will hit her with her, thisai is insane let's watch kevin mccarthy on inflation. watch this. >> let's be very's clear inflatn is a tax on every single american, everyone who is buying groceries know it, everyone who is filling up their car knows it, everyone who is booking ar summer flight knows it, then you president biden for thel town hall in ohio last week, i don't know anybody who is worried about inflation, why doesn't the president of the united states know what is going on, this is what americans hate about washington, they turn on the tv and hear the president telling them their concerns aren't real, enough is enough. people are fed up with the ignorance and arrogance and
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hypocrisy. elizabeth: what do you say%. congresswoman? >> i agree with him 100%, were sick of the political theater we got sent to d.c. to do a job to represent the best interest of the country we need to get started democrats have to come to t the table let's pass the bl that we can focus on to be proud of and that's what we need to do. elizabeth: congresswoman beth van dine, come back soon. t reaction from fox news contributor jason chaffetz it's great to have you back on you just heard kevin mccarthy talk about inflation, democrats are downplaying that but fed chair jerome powell says it's an issue so does larry summers and robert rubin and warren buffett. >> anybody who drives a car and goes to the gas station is going to figure out for - 5-dollar gasoline is a lot more expensive than $2 would trump if you go to the grocery store and other things and you see things that aren't available you try to order appliances and other things they take months to get
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there and the president doesn't have a plan and when you go forward and say those concerns are real, i don't know if anybody is concerned about, this is the same white house that was bragging that your barbecue at fourth of july was going to cost 16 cents less than it did a the year before, their perspective on reality is questionable at best. elizabeth: we hear you on that, we're looking through the pages of the 2700 page bill and they have billions of dollars to upgrade things like the port of entry, thanks for furniture and tufixtures in computers but nothing for thel. border wall, what we republicans and border officials they have worked in countries in europe have border walls and in africa they border walls and south america they have border walls,bo asia, russ, when you look through this and you see the insight with the house speaker pelosi, they can't wrangle the far left, they can't get the moderates basically
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onboard either of what her plans are, is mitchat mcconnell, is he being really clever, he's basically saying look at we have to have all senators from all 50 states look at thee infrastructure deal and they have got to put their face on it seems like he may delay to push back on a three and half trillion dollar human infrastructure deal that the far left wants, what do you say. >> it represents everything that is wrong in washington, d.c. yet 16 - 17 republican senators vote to proceed on a bill that had never been written there was no text to it when you hear good people like senator tim scott saying i can't in good conscience vote for this because there is no text to look at yet they voted to proceed now it's out there and now we can see in the light of day let's digest and see within their, what is wrong about this, the pay force are fake some of them are real but most of them are fake to
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take from the strategic petroleum reserve when you cut off accessing oil and gas on public land you shut down the keystone pipeline and then you s say you will sell your petroleum reserve levels and bring those down, what are republicans doing in that regard you have to have some sort of balance and it has to have a discussion about it. elizabeth: let's stick on that, we've been saying this the house democrat margin of power and control is so slim it would take 3 - 4, house moderate democrats to say no to nancy pelosi, the stronger our tactics weren't justified to begin with was what nancy pelosi was doing she can lose no more than three democrats on partyline votes or this whole thing falls apart now you have joe manchin saying i'm not going to guarantee the three and half trillion dollar budget reconciliation bill that that will pass and alexander out across your cortez says we will block infrastructure it seems
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like the tactics were not the way to go when you don't have the mandate in the margin of control, three votes and it's done and over. >> you are absolutely right, three or four democrats together and they can stop the whole thing, the promise of joe biden kamala harris, they were going to bring together the country and the congress but they haven't been able to do that, they don't even pretend to do that in the house ofit representatives with inviting republicans to come in and offer it at some of their concern. give credit to donald trump and what was going on before, he actually passed a lot of bills that had bipartisan support moving forward. it's touch and go. elizabeth: even under the trump error that was a lot given what's going on. >> they did get important things done, the first few covid relief bills were widely bipartisan,
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now they just partisanf bills ad it's out-of-control that way. elizabeth: thank you for joining us, good to have you on, next up this hot debate the cdc director there will not be a national vaccine mandate, we have this going on more and more local businesses and governments are instituted the mandates, we have this government worker unions pushing back and pushing back hard we have the debate about the legality of the vaccine mandate with doctor marc siegel next. stay right there. >> ultimately if it became absolutely necessary they would quote george washington and the middle of the revolutionary war who mandated vaccination against smallpox, you have no right to spread the disease to me. ♪ speaking. reason, or fun.
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where the states have control of police power, public safety, authorization a comes from the state and we know this in part from a 1905 decision in remassachusetts with smallpox, that was upheld by the supreme court as part of the public safety power and justice roberts mentioned this case with approval i think the signal is very clear that the supreme court would not tolerate a federal overreach outside of their lane. elizabeth: the government cannot mandate vaccines if they are emergency use vaccines, is that true? >> that is a subject for some debate, good evening there is some group that may be able to, i would like to speak to the issue that maybe mandate isn't the way to go for a different reason, as cdc director said to
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me last week a lot of people are allergic to mandates, the goal after all is to get everybody to agree to the vaccine the one public-health thing i want to introduce in this conversation, i'm a big believer in civil liberties in protecting personao rights to choose which is hugely important, with the delta variant spreading so widely he have to consider the public responsibility to protect her neighboror in family but i don't want that superimposed i don't think you have to be mandated and jim knows much more about the shaky ground but from a point of view of people being afraid, you do not forcen them r talk down to them, you do not believe them. elizabeth: that's the issue, you do not politicize it, the point is to get people safe and vaccinated, the issue is on the right people are saying it's a personal liberty we should not have to vaccinate other lives are at stake yet the bullying on the left i people have other
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information and other issues that they are dealing with in the left is saying we will not listen to you we will bully you into the power of persuasion and will say will use the government to crack down, when you say that? >> the approach from the left is a mentality look at me i been double vaccinated in your evil if you have it's backfiring it's causing distress and people in high positions whether there in the oval office or cdc or dr. fauci who has had inconsistent things about the efficiency or the likely success of double vaccination when it comes to variance, i think there's a real information gap a lot of people don't know what to believe at this point of whether antibodies are working or vaccinations are working, that complicates the problem.
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elizabeth: the washington post in the media have been reported this, the majority of misinformation about the vaccine is coming on social media is something a dozen people are responsible, two thirds of the misinformation, we have now got government worker unions asking me, the teachers unions, the two big ones also a postal service union same were gonna push back on vaccines, this is for the bargaining table, what do you say that. >> is not for the bargaining table but there ready to push back against any mandates by the way i don't like the word misinformation at all because it leaves out the idea that science is evolving and it's changing with the delta variance, the only constant, this is a constant the vaccine works it works extremely well and decreases your risk of getting severely ill or ended up in the hospital and every time theh media spins that left and right, it undermines the value of the
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vaccine superimposing mask mandate makes people think the vaccinete doesn't work, talking about massachusetts, 70% of those vaccinated were the ones that got sick, 95% of those have ebeen vaccinated, of course that was a higher percentage of the group, the vaccine works dramatically and that's what we have to focus on here not superimposing our willim and saying anything about misinformation, this is an emotional situation not one where one is right or wrong. elizabeth: you have to keep people safe, let's us into nancy pelosi, watch this. >> here's the thing we cannot require someone to vaccinate that's not what we can do as a matter of privacy to know who is or who isn't, i cannot go to the capital physician and say give me the names of people who are vaccinated or make it known to others to encourage them to get vaccinated.
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so we cannot do that, you would hope that science would guide them to protect themselves, their family members and be good to colleagues in the workplace. elizabeth: nancy pelosi saying you can't require people to be vaccinated but listen to the science, let's jump to this let's ascended doctor anthonyn fauci note to lockdowns, he said misinformation on social media would have stopped vaccination to wipe up smallpox, let's listen to dr. fauci. >> i don't think were gonna see lockdowns, i think we have enough of the percentage of people, not enough to crush the outbreak but i believe enough to not allow us to get into the situation that we were in last wintern but things are going to get worse, if you look at the acceleration of the number of cases the seven-day average has gone up substantially.
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elizabeth: what do you j say? >> i think we may be overexposed to dr. fauci than any virus at this point it's hard to give them full credibility i think we have to wait and see what state and local authorities want to do but not the federal government. elizabeth: what do you say doctor siegel. >> even mentioning the lockdown word scares me because it didn't work it harmed our society, our economy and safety i thinkli wee dealing with a lot of mild cases there is a lot of delta scare going on it is a real issue we need to be concerned but let's look at it realistically, the issue is not about science, it is about fear and people have a lot of fear and you have to accept that and deal emotion to emotion. elizabeth: you guys are great, doctor siegel and jim trusty maybe we'll see youga again, its good to have you on, come back soon. you're watching the fox business network, were coming into the bottom of the hour, congressman
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mike green on a report that says we have ample evidence that will on lab scientists did genetically create and manipulate the coronavirus and it did leak from the one lab they're saying this is a historic cover-up it turned what it could've been a local outbreak into china into a major global pandemic, keep it right here on "the evening edit". >> i think the chinese communist party are concerned about this report coming on telling the truth. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪. elizabeth: joining u elizabeth: congressman mark green member of the subcommittee in-house foreign affairs, the new bombshell report from house republicans on foreign affairs, ample evidence is saying the covid-19 virus was genetically modified and engineered in china at the wuhan lab, bombshell stuff, what do you say. >> thank you for having me on the show and let's talk about this, it's very important theor world no there is no way that this was as genetically modifie, it was created in the lab probably the most damning evidence is this egg sequence and the s genetic material that makes it so deadly and transmissible it would've required to get to viruses
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simultaneously and interestingly enough both viruses infect different species of bats it's impossible to that of crude in nature. elizabeth: in the u.s. funded it. >> we funded some of the research at the lab funds are spendable, i asked dr. fauci that at the subcommittee and he agreed there is no way for them to control the dollars once they get sent to the lab it's very likely that money from the taxpayers of the united states with a gain-of-function research. elizabeth: john ratfliffe wrote a new op-ed saying is close to a certainty, not just the possibility, the details ofn the report are striking, we were reporting last year that this
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virus could have leaked or the pandemic and looks like it started and look like august or september of 2019 and that's what you guys are finding to and in september 2019 the wuhan lab removed from the internet the viral database then they put out bids for security guards, video surveillance, for their lab that they wanted more security for the lab and then they wanted a new and stronger hazardous waste and air conditioning system for the wuhan lab and a sister lab even though those systems are two years old. this is damning stuff. >> absolutely you couple that with coronavirus like infections that were occurring september, october november and we can trace back the interesting thing about covid, it mutates we trace it back to patients one, two, three and four, three of those never made it to the wet market
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there are no pre-pandemic infections china looked at 10000 labs in the hospital surrounding the wet market not a single blood sample showed a pre-pandemic infection. there's no way that this happened naturally, it came frot the lab another great example where is the pendleton, they found it within nine months china sampled 80000 different animal blood, 209 species and they cannot find the animal that it came from, this came from the lab. elizabeth: it is striking, as you point out it's a great point, within months or weeks they found a host of a virus, ground zero, patient hereof the
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virus and they have not found in nature. this version of the virus in the final word, doctor barakat said this to because his genetically modified you cannot trace the fact that his genetically modified, that can be covered up to. >> that's exactly right chapel hill showed how you can insert this bike onto the coronavirus, there was chinese researchers at unc capital hill doing this mutation back in 2013 there is no evidence that it came from nature whatsoever this came from the lab, wasas a leak and they tried to cover it up. >> it's amazing they could not leave the trees that it was engineered. we'll have you back on soon.
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thank you so much. president biden today says the americansex should expect to see more covid restrictions, dr. fauci says no tomorrow lockdowns we have that story too, lindsey graham was vaccinated in a breakthrough case, the white house is saying those cases are rare we have a story next.
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no one is just one flavor. ow! elizabeth: let's welcome to the show floridaco congress when on house technology, your take on lindsey graham, he says he's a breakthrough case and has a positive covid-19 even after being vaccinated these are rare cases, what do you say. >> they are rare cases and were seen of those vaccinated of just the cases were seen less than .01% that are getting a breakthrough case even though a
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number of high profile inm the media iss latching on, follow te science as everyone says, it's incredibly rare of those who have the vaccine and getting a breakthrough case it's a minuscule amount .0007% that are going through to any type of fatality, this is the best thing you can do is get the shot, i have covid and i the naturally nobodies and i received both shots because the statistics are clear it's the best way to keep you and your family safe. elizabeth: basically is a fraction off 8% of those who are fully vaccinated experience of the tally from the delta very or covid-19 order hospitalized, the white house is saying the media
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is hyperbolic and overreacting about the breakthrough cases, do you agree with her white house. >> both will be true with jen talking and having no answers on my vaccinated people need to wear a mask, two months after they get the vaccine you can get your life back to normal and you have president biden wearing the outdoors and indoors and sometimes yes, sometimes no i think the media is hyping this up in the white house is all over the place in terms of messaging. what is missing from the conversation where is empty it in the final approval and what is the timeline i talked to a number of hospital executives and sf them have 50% of the actual hospital staff have received the vaccine and they
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are waiting for the final optimization, that would be very good for the white house to get out there instead of creating all of this insecurity about the vaccine which is exactly what their doing by telling people that have to mask again. elizabeth: you have new york governor cuomo about businesses demanding more from proof of vaccinations, mayor de blasio threatening vaccine mandates to restaurants, the small business guy who is up against the wall, the restaurant owner who is up againstt the wall they are sayig this will crush us if you botch this again you will slam the recovery and you will hurt millions of families across the country if you do shut down the restrictions again watch this business owner. >> we've been taking covid very seriously sincebe the beginning the fact of the matter is these vaccines are widely available and extraordinarily effective and it's a matter, there's
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issues with personal risk tolerance and whatnot but it does not change the fact that re-implementing mask mandates in new york city would start the recovery and diminished tourism in many aspects of what it would crush businesses that have already been crushed. elizabeth: will use a congressman. >> that's on top of overregulation and placess like that, that is on top of the federal government paying people not to work, a lotve of the smal businesses cannot hire even though they have pent-up demand and it's on top of inflation and supply chain problems in our washington, d.c. is going to pile this on top of every business owner i know i was a small business owner myself, they want their business to stay alive and doesn't want to get their employees sick and doesn'h want to get their customers sick and will take commonsense
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measures they don't need d.c. or state capital help. elizabeth: it's great to have you on, come back soon. >> we will do. elizabeth: deneen borelli on this story house republicans say we will investigate the pelosi stock trade ander hunter biden d republican re-taking control of the house, you're watching "the evening edit" on foxox business. >> this is about selling off the family name as hunter biden has done time and again, to enrich himself and his family. ♪ ♪ i never needed anyone. ♪ front desk. yes, hello... i'm so... please hold. ♪ those days are done. ♪ i got you. ♪ all by yourself. ♪ go with us and find millions of flexible options. all in our app.
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♪ ♪ can't take it back once it's been set in motion. ♪ ♪ ♪ power can't be tempered, ♪ ♪ silenced or caged. ♪ bad things. ♪ ♪ ♪ it can only be set free. ♪ ♪ ♪ i want to make you yell. ♪ elizabeth: let's welcome back to the show fox contributor deneen borelli, i don't know if you saw this but kevin mccarthy is now saying that the republicans take back control of the house and the midterms then they will prioritize investigating democrats fraud and abuse including suspicion of insider trading by house speaker nancy
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pelosi's husband the house speaker saying they're doing things within the letter of the law there also saying they will look into underwriting to what do you say to all of us. >> first of all the timing of pelosi's investments are questionable we are talking like $11 million in bigig tech stocks just before the house was to vote on several bills aimed at reining in big tech, this is a matter of ethics and accountability, i think there should be investigations, my goodness we do not have enough time to talk about hunter biden i will say the media gave him a pass in more ways than one when his father was running for president even until present day, we still don't know what's going on with the laptop, there was no investigation or
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reporting on that which should've been done and allegations of pay-for play in his dealings internationally, there's a lot of things that we don't know about. elizabeth: allegations of tax evasion and money-laundering fbi and d.o.j. is looking into that, look back to nancy pelosi, you to your point her husband has been exercising call auctions on tech companies glenn greenwald has been writing, he seen over the last two years 75% of the proceeds are in the silicon valley companies were nancy pelosi overseas their district, it is apple, amazon, facebook and google and were talking tens of millions of dollars in trays they could stick with the letter of the law, other disclosure laws but their backroom politics, their conversations going on, nancy pelosi talks of
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tim cook, tremendous power and influence she said the stream of information she could be talking to her husband and who knows making trades, we don't know that's what the republicans are threatening to investigate if they take backes the house. >> you're absolutely right there is allegations earlier this year questions about the trades that her husband made as well nancy pelosi is cozy and comfy with the big tech leaders and executives in california, if there is no wrongdoing, fine but i say thaton the investigation began but we know that's not going to happen with the current leadership that's in the house right now. elizabeth: getting swampy in here, it's good to see you, thank you for joining us, come back soon. up next from botelho former top border guy, the largest group of
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migrants trying to cross in texas republicans say the border is the biggest super spreader of the event, asking where is dr. fauci on all of this, we have it between the biden administration and we have an update on what the biden administration is doing at the border, right here don't move. ♪ singing, or speaking. reason, or fun. daring, or thoughtful. sensitive, or strong. progress isn't either or progress is everything.
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♪ elizabeth: joining us now, former elizabeth: former acting ice director ron botelho i think we talked about this it looks like it could be a fight headed to the supreme court texas is saying we have a right to control the transportationpo of migrants on buses and cars even airplanes in center state, now the biden justice department is suing texas saying this violates the supremacy cause because of the constitution of the federal government has no rights, where you come down on this others in the state are pushing back against the reckless policies oft have driven the surge humanity at the southwest border, for right now were the only world superpower and look at those people under the bridge, the border on top of the bridge has closed down to commerce that is nonessential, all the communities on the border that it survive from
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people coming from mexico across the bridge to shopping those communities in restaurants and retail shops those folks are being crushed by the lockdown of the economy and the border is still closed and we have thousands of people less than 100 feet down from where the cars cross the bridge and look at what we did to those agents on the ground, theyy deserve better than the conditions we see themm and now, these are highly trained. elizabeth: we hear you. >> are highly trained law enforcement officers that are at risk, the bidenin administration said it will treat title 42 in place for now it's a biggest super spreader event, where is the cdc and dr. fauci on this because we have a lien variant which is highly infectious, really dangerous peru, south america, their fatalities is the highest in the world, it is higher than hungry per capita,
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where is the covid impact study on the border policies, who is crunching these pandemic numbers, where a humanitarian country, we want people to come here legally, the u.s. is opened arms, while all about immigration, it's about something else breaking the law, crossing the border, when you shouldn't be illegally it is a full blown pandora's box right now. >> correct we look like we don't know what were doing the policies are so inconsistent we shut down the border for nonessential travel but we have thousands and thousands of people coming to the border the weekende day on the sector reported they had 3400 people in 124 hour period you can see the conditions that is p chaos, those officers are trained and capable of doingpr anything that we asked them to, but no one signed up for that job, thousands and thousands of people out in the middle of
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nowhere not social distancing and they have not beened vaccinated in the been abused by the smugglers and the corrupt government that ascended into the sporting been encouraged by this administration incentives to come to the border now. elizabeth: those workers and illegal immigrants get abuse inm the workplace as well, that happens to recover those cases, where humanitarian just by keeping people safe, 1 million to 2 million people allowed to cross illegally and not be lltested for covid, they're allowed to go into states like florida t and texas and that's okay and everybody supposed to be okay with the biden administration doing were humanitarian country we are open arms in the u.s., this is about something else, what do you say. >> over 1 million people have been apprehended by the border patrolol tbp, that is not accounting for the people who invaded border patrol at the immediate border, if thousands of those are infected with covid
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and we don't find out until after they're in someone else's care and custody what about the thousands and thousands of people who have made it pastl border authorities and now in the united states with the same kinds of conditions that they were trafficked in with the result of not being vaccinated, and other all over the country. elizabeth: where is the cdc outrage in dr. fauci's outrage, where is the nih outrage, where is president biden, he's a commander-in-chief he said we are at war with covid-19, he supposed to keep his citizens safe at a time i of war, this is not happening, who is tracking these individuals and testing them, who is seen where they're going and where they came from. is there any tracking going on of these illegal immigrants were infected with covid-19. >> when they go into the other communities at the local towns and cities and as an example laredo is suing the federal government for bringing people into that community, it's a
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problem not just at the border, it is everywhere. elizabeth: we are kind and generous nation people out there will say it's anti-immigrant, it's not anti-immigrant it's like keeping immigrants safe and american citizens safe, it's good to see you, come back soon i'm elizabeth macdonald you been watching "the evening edit", thank you so much for watching, we hope you have a good evening. ♪ ♪ david: hello, everyone, and welcome to "kudlow." a i'm david asman in for larry kudlow. let's grin in washington, d.c. where -- begin in washington, d.c. where bipartisan senators are hoping to hold a vote on their $1 trillion infrastructure package. hillary vaughn is live from capitol hill with the very latest. hi, hillary. >> reporter: hi, david. we are learning just this last hour there could be one less gop vote for this bipartisan is infrastructure deal. senator lindsey graham saying in the last hour that he has covid-19 even though he got the


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