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pete: go to church, everybody. have a great sunday. rachel: bye. ♪ ♪ maria: good sunday morning, everyone. welcome to "sunday morning futures." i'm maria bartiromo. today, free speech under attack. the news has not been good. the economy contracted 1.4% in the first quarter. the realest sign yet of an ensuing recession. >> preliminary number, i was expecting a hoe number, but shocking -- low number, but it's shocking. maria: the price of field,
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gasoline, energy floors, inflation at 40-year highs. the federal reserve about to make things more expensive with a half point hike in interest rates this upcoming wednesday. biden's approval ratings in the tank, new lows. foreign policy a mess, a war in ukraine as the biden family corruption and the clinton machine lies are exposed. but the biden administration has a solution, control the narrative, censor the truth by the woman who told you hunter biden's laptop was fake and trump-russia collusion was real. as jen psaki stumbles through it all. >> the first example they gave about what they're going to do is support the department of homeland security's, ongoing work back to the former administration to address and understand how misinformation is spread by human muglers that prey on vulnerable -- smugglers that prey on vulnerable populations attempting to
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migrate to the united states. maria: nowst it's human smugglers. wisconsin senator senator ron johnson and james comer on the facts behind hunter biden's influence peddling. all this just weeks after the king of disinformation told us just how it's done. >> it's not necessary for people to believe disinformation in order to weaken democratic institutions. we just have to flood a country's public -- [inaudible] raw sewage. maria: and they did. coming up, congressman turned free speech advocate and truth social ceo deafen newspaper yesterday on the left's -- devin nuñes on the left's meltdown over elon musk's plans for twitter. >> what language do you speak? mandarin in chinese -- [inaudible] maria: more civilians dead at
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the southern border. three mandarin-speaking smugglers trying to get illicit narcotics into america. the impact of joe biden's wide open borderer with kari lake in one of the most-watched races many november. plus, joe biden's confusion this week many plain if sight. >> [inaudible] [laughter] a bad guy. maria: newt gingrich on biden's capacity to lead e and what it means for the 2024 election. free speech and the border all on the ballot. all right here, right now on "sunday morning futures." ♪ ♪ maria: and first this morning, the new arbiters of truth. the very people who have misled the american people want to tell you what's truth and what isn't. the biden administration this
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week announced a new disinformation governance board within the department of homeland security. the second largest agency behind the department of defense. biden has placed nina jankowicz to run this division who has tweeted misinformation in the past several years including these tweets that president trump colluded with russia and that hunter biden's laptop was disinformation. this, of course, coming to us years after all of the disinformation from democrats. >> our message has been straightforward and simple, and it's true, the border is closed. >> the data shows that most of the price increases we've seen are, were expected and expected to be temporary. >> you can see evidence in plain sight on the issue of collusion, pretty compelling evidence. >> nothing has changed about what i said yesterday. the president does not get involved in the business dealings of his son. >> let me be clear, any american who wants to come home, we will get you home.
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maria: well, unfortunately, they did not come home. joining me right now to separate the truth from disinformation is wisconsin senator ron johnson who sent a letter to dhs secretary mayorkas this week asking for information about this disinformation governance board, and james comber, d james comer, ranking member of the oversight committee. gentlemen, thanks very much for joining us this morning. ron johnson, i want to get your reaction this new division the biden administration is starting, disinformation governance board. >> morning, maria. well, the first amendment to our constitution states that congress shall pass no law abridging freedom of speech. so we've passed no such law. the president's job is to faithfully execute the law, so he has no authority to do this. this is orwellian. this is a ministry of truth, and the person they've appointed is a democrat propagandist. she pushed the russian collusion with with the trump campaign
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hoax. she pushed the hoax that the laptop was some form of russian information campaign. those are probably two of the most egregious and, i would say, effective pieces of disinformation. they had more impact on our body politic the, on our elections than anything else i can think of. certainly had greater impact than anything russia ever could have dreamed of, and she was leading the charge on that disinformation. you can't make the up. this is the exact person that this administration now has appointed to head this unconstitutional disinformation governance board. this is outlandish, it should not be funded, it should never be established. maria: well, i mean, we have the tweets from nina jankowicz, she told us that hunter biden's laptop was disinformation, she told us that trump colluded with russia. it's all here in plain sight, senator, and yet they're moving forward just like they moved forward with a vaccine mandate
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which was also deem unconstitutional. is this going to pass? can they do this with nobody stopping them? >> well, they just do it through executive order. i mean, hale do it through the agencies but, again, they have no authority to do it whatsoever. id asked secretary mayorkas under what authority are you with establishing this governance board. but again, they are brazening. they do what they accuse ores of doing. they -- others of doing. they flood the town square with all kinds of information repeatedly, time and time again, and it's all about covering up. maria, we are now witnessing what president obama, what president biden meant when they say they were going to fundamentally transform america. they are fundamentally destroying this country with open borders, 40-year high inflation, record gasoline prices, and now something to abridge the freedom of speech. every american should awaken to the urgency of the moment, every
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american should be frightened about what democrat governors and what democrat policies are doing to destroy this nation. they are fundamentally destroying america. maria: well, this is, this is a very serious charge and also it's quite an extraordinary the moment in time. congressman comer, let's talk about some of the facts that you have unearthed. senator johnson has been working on this investigation in the senate for years now with charles grassley. you also have uncoveredded specific facts about hunter biden and influence peddling, and we have these graphics here to indicate hunter biden's tax returns and government ethics filings. what did you learn this week that you can share who? -- share? >> well, as you know, maria, the white house and joe biden himself have always denied any knowledge of hunter biden's business dealing. they've always said that was a separate entity. but what we've learned this week lu correspondence from hunter
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biden's laptop is that hunter biden's business partner not only made 27 the appearances to the white house when joe biden was vice president, but also that hunter biden's business partner received joe biden's delaware tax return, deposited it into joe biden's personal checking account and then turned around and wrote a check from joe biden to hunter biden for money that president -- that joe biden owed hunter. so this proves that not only did joe biden have a lot of access to hunter biden's business partner, but hunter's and joe biden's finances were entangled. maria: yeah. >> so this leads to a lot of questions that we've had; is joe biden compromised because of hunter biden's business dealings with communist china. maria: yeah. and we have right here joe and jill biden's federal tax returns versus the government ethics filings. we want you to walk us through what is most important for us to take note of in terms of joe
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bide with. 's tax returns. he's -- biden's tax returns. he's got a total income of $16 is million, an ethics filing of $9.6 million. what can you tell us? >> well, i can tell you that if you factor in jill biden's potential income, that there's still going to be a $5.2 million discrepancy in what joe biden reported on his federal tax the income and what joe biden actually reported on his financial disclosure form. now, this is very serious. if you're in the executive branch, at any level -- especially president or vice president -- and you don't disclose income. we've got a $5.2 million discrepancy here that would lead one to believe joe biden may, in fact, be the big guy which we've all seen the e-mail that says the big guy gets his 10% cut. remember, this cut is from a partnership with communist china. and if this is the case, not only did joe biden not disclose this on his transparency form,
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but joe biden has, in fact, broken the law and profited from a foreign national. maria: senator johnson, this is absolutely extraordinary, and you have also documented much of this. we have the 10% for the big guy e-mail. what are your thoughts on where where this investigation stands even in the face of biden coming up with this new division in government to claim that he's going to slap down on disinformation when, in fact, all the disinformation is coming from his office? >> well, senator grassley and i ryed to warn the american -- tried to warn the american public about the vast web of foreign entanglements of the biden family and how that compromised potential pride. now we're seeing it. in terms of the investigation, it appears they're starting to investigate this. they impaneled a grand jury, they're calling witnesses. but my concern is, maria, that they'll gather the evidence and then under merrick garland's
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department of justice, they'll enter some kind of plea agreement, a slap on the wrist, and part of the plea agreement will be to seal the records so the american public never understands the full extent of the corruption and the compromise of the bind family. that is my -- the biden family. that is my concern, i think it's legitimate, and i'm trying to call it out publicly because the american public deserves the truth. they have been bamboozled, lied to, and it affects our national security. maria: and it's not just this last bit of it with hunter biden, but we've been talking about russia, russia, are russia and the russia canard now for years. i want to slip in a break and then ask you just about that, the presidential of tipping the scales. last week former dni john ratcliffe told us to watch merrick garland and whether the a.g. will tell the u.s. attorney to go easy on hunter biden's federal tax probe. federal tax probe. we're going to investigate
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>> under what circumstances do you consider or how do you evaluate whether you would appoint a special counsel? >> i think this is a fact in law question in each case determining and depending upon how cases go forward and the question of whether the justice department with its normal processes should continue. i want to be clear though special counsels are also employees of the justice department. we don't have an independent counsel statute anymore. >> have you had any consideration about whether to do this in. >> i think the internal distributions have to stay within the d.. maria: that was attorney general garland testifying on tuesday in front of the senate appropriations committee on what he mans to do about the obvious influence peddling, potential violations of hunter biden regarding u.s. bribery laws. i am back with senator ron
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johnson and representative james comer. gentlemen, we just saw that in congress last week. senator johnson, where's this going? you just raised the issue of a.g. garland perhaps tipping the scales. what do you think is happening here? >> again, whether it's special counsel or prosecutor within the justice department, they're going to be run by attorney general garland. so i don't trust him. we need to put pressure on the attorney general to make sure that he makes public their findings whether they indict or not. the american public needs to understand the extent that the biden family has exposed our national security. maria: well, i mean, james comer, both peter schweizer and miranda devine both told us that hunter could be indicted over the near term. how do you see this playing out, and what do you believe are the most damning pieces of evidence that would lead to such a movesome -- move?
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>> well, there's no shortage of evidence of wrong doing by hunter biden. what we're seeing now is that joe biden is being connected into the biden crime family and the influence peddling, and that's very troubling. it's very troubling for national security. but i share senator johnson's distrust of merrick garland. you know, a special counsel would be okay depending on who the special counsel is. i don't trust merrick garland at all. now, with respect to being indictedded, i think there's already enough evidence to indict hunter biden on a whole menu of things. the problem is and what i predict is they will possibly indict hunter biden after the november elections but before january when republicans, hopefully, retake the majority in both the house and the senate and then that would protect hunter bind, theoretically, from having to appear before a congressional panel with a subpoena. so i think that merrick garland has a lot of opportunities to
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protect the biden family, and i think we just need to keep pressure on hunter biden and continue to do what we're doing in both the senate and the house and being very transparent with all the evidence that continues to pile up against the biden crime family. maria: senator, look, you've talked a lot about what hunter biden has done and the fact that this is a joe biden story, not a hunter biden story is. tell us if he can get away with saying, well, i didn't even know who it was that i was dealing with, well, you know, i didn't realize that these people and companies are specifically tied to the communist party. you talked about this on floor of the senate back about a year ago. >> we have contemporaneous e-mails from hunter biden calling, for example, patrick ho, somebody he's paid a million dollars to represent in his defense, i guess. he ended up being convict of money laundering and violations of practices act. but patrick ho, hunter biden referred to him as the spy chief of china. his other business associate,
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devon archer, who met with president bidening in the white house, a couple days before devon archer became a member of the board of burisma with hunter biden, devon archer is now a convicted criminal. hunter biden knew exactly the types of unsavory people he was dealing with. people connected to the chinese communist party. so there should be no defense and, again, that is the extent that the american public needs to understand how brazen the bidens have been and how they have put america's national security and our international policies in a compromised position. maria: it's just incred. he called -- incredible. he calls this guy the spy chief of china, and patrick ho sends hunter biden a million dollars. if you do get the majority in november, are these impeachable offenses on the part of joe biden? will you move to impeach joe
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biden? >> that's really a house question. >> well well, yeah. well -- maria: james comer? >> certainly everything's on the table. i think democrats wasted a lot of time and energy trying to impeach joe biden. we want to start out on day one trying to correct a lot of the policies that joe biden has enacted. legislatively joe biden enacted these policies with the democrat majority or by executive order. we need to get inflation under control, our border secured, and i think those are going to be the first to two -- [inaudible conversations] maria: yeah, go ahead, final word. >> i just want to make sure the american people get the truth. the american people need the truth. maria: yes, absolutely. senator johnson, congressman comer, thanks very much for your leadership and your work right now. straight ahead, new lows for president biden's approval ratings, but the only ratings worse than his are his number two and his supposed successor
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>> i'm also saying to congress -- sending to congress a comprehensive package that will enhance our underlying effort to accommodate the russian oligarchs and make sure we take their ill-begotten gains. we're going to accommodate them. we're going to seize their yachts, luxury homes and other ill-begotten gains of putin's -- yeah.
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kleptocracy. the guys who are the kleptocracy. [laughter] but these are bad guys. maria: well, that was president biden week once again appearing confused and not in control, sparking more worries about his capacity to lead as the president's poll numbers continue to plummet. joining me right now to assess the administration and the upcoming midterm elections is former house speaker newt gingrich. he is also a fox news contributor, of course. newt, good to see you. thanks very much. give us your reaction to the president this week as we look at the poll numbers which continue to fall for president biden. >> well, first of all, as a citizen, all of us have to worry about having a commander in chief who at a minimum seems to be confused a lott and at a maximum may well have a serious cognitive problem. i mean, a commander in chief in a dangerous world, that should bother all of us way beyond politics. and it's clearly obvious every
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single week with president biden. i think, second, he has a dual problem. he has a performance problem. go to the gas pump, go to the grocery store, talk to average americans, they feel every day the failure of government to perform. and he has a policy problem which elon musk captured perfectly this week that they've now moved so far to the left. they're doing things that are so nutty that people both rejekyll how they're performing but also reject what they believe. creating a government censorship office is crazy. maria: yeah. >> opening the border totally is crazy. you just go through item after item like that, and you have to think this is a party and a president that have totally lost their way. maria: yeah. you mentioned elon musk's tweet. let's show that. this is a stick figure political chart. >> you just reasoned, and you got a kick out of this.
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why? explain this stick figure chart and what you think it tells us. >> well, i think it's ooh another example of elon musk being unbelievably smarter than almost everybody else. he took everything pollsters and social analysts have been saying and political analysts and and put it into a very simple tweets, a couple simple stick figures. back this 2008 he was sort of a liberal, and the liberals were fairly close to the center. then in 2012 he was sort of in the center, and the liberals were going to the left. now today the he finds himself to the right of center, and he finds the liberals have gone crazy, they're so far to the left. and meanwhile the conservatives in his stick figures are about where they've always been in the record of reagan and what we did and trump. so i thought he captured in that one documenting the whole policy problem. now, as i said, there's a performance failure and there's a policy failure. and i thought musk did a great
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job, it's sort of ironic that he put that together -- maria: yeah. >> and i think the average american can look at that and say where are you on this continuum? do you like government censorship? maria: yeah. >> you like an open border? you like letting murderers back out on the street? then you must be a democrat. and i think that's sort of what what musk captured. maria: yeah. but, newt, layeredded all on top of that aside from the bad policy decisions resulting many terrible outcomes which is what we're seeing, we are looking at perhaps the potential of the beginning of a recession. we got that gdp out last week, a contraction in the economy. you also have corruption in plain sight. and i want to get your take on that. and you mentioned the university of pennsylvania's secret chinese money. you think that's an even bigger story than the corruption of what's on hunter's laptop, right? walk us through what you mean. >> well, the university of pennsylvania, that we know of,
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has gotten at least $67 million from chinese sources, anonymous sources. university of pennsylvania refused to turn over information to the justice department in the last year of the trump presidency, one of the major jobs of congress should be to subpoena the university of pennsylvania's records. they created the penn biden center for public policy. i don't know how many administration staff who are being paid from that center, but they were being paid with chinese money. and you have anonymous chinese donors, the largest of which was $14.5 million. so you take everything that hunter biden ever did, and then you look at what joe biden was doing. the story here is not hunter biden. the story here is the head of the family just like a mafia family, the head of the family -- who, by the way, if you go back and pull up what he said in various campaign events, i knew nothing, i never discussed my son's business. well, we now know he wrote an
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$800,000 check for his son's legal expenses in business. this wasn't criminal, this was including chinese businesses. he wants us to believe he wrote an $800,000 check and didn't discuss his son's business? if he wants us to believe he flew for 17 hours to china and they didn't discuss his son's business? the truth is joe biden is a liar. this is a corrupt family occupying the white house, and we need to get to the bottom of it. and i believe the university of pennsylvania's $67 million from china is a lot bigger scandal than hunter biden ooh's laptop -- biden's laptop, as big a scandal, frankly, as the laptop is. maria: yeah. real quickly before you go, newt, is this resonating on the american people? we have some polls here in terms of the midterm elections. i want to get your take on the republicans. obviously, the democrats are attacking ken mccarthy. -- kevin mccarthy. is will any division within the republican party? what can you say about that, and do you believe that the gop has the advantage both on the house
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and the senate side come november in -- november? >> i think we'll pick up between 25-70 seats in the house, probably pick up about 4 streete senate. i think people like herschel walker are going to do very, very well. in addition, i would say if you're in a district that biden carried by less than 15 or 20 points, you're in great danger as a democrat. maria: yeah. >> and if the tsunami is big enough, we beat ross kousky in downtown chicago, everybody thought that was impossible. once these things start, we are now stronger -- republicans -- with hispanics than we are with why notes, and kevin mccarthy will be speaker, and i think he will do an amazingly good job. maria: okay. we'll leave it there. newt gingrich, thanks very much. quick break, and president trump is back on social media on his own platform called truth social as elon musk moves forward with his plans to
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acquire twitter. truth social ceo and former congressman devin nuñes is here on free speech, censorship and government corruption right after this. after this. ♪ ♪♪ i got into debt in college and, no matter how much i paid, 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. new projects means new project managers. you need to hire. i need indeed. indeed you do. when you sponsor a job, you immediately get your shortlist of quality candidates, whose resumes on indeed match your job criteria. visit and get started today.
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twitter, the head of legal at the company, to break down in tears. the same woman, of course, who green lighted banning trump from the platform and the new york post's coverage of the hunter biden laptop story. while elizabeth warren has called musk's own orship dangerous to democracy. president trump's social media company so far seems to be benefiting, topping the free app store all week as it transitioned onto the rumble cloud and boasted that they will not rely on big tech to survive and are, quote, not cancelable. that is what my next guest told me last week and he joins me again, california congressman and now the ceo of truth social, devin nuñes. he joins me right now to talk more about this. thanks very much for being here, devin. what is your take on what went on this weeksome congratwiths on being top of the app store -- congrats, even as elon musk takes over twitter and is expected to make big changes there. >> well, thank you, maria. it's been a great week as you said in the opening. started being on the rumble
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cloud. this is manager that the big tech tyrants, and now we actually know the government with their new disinformation service never wanted to happen. our goal and president trump's goal was to give the american people their voice back, and that's what we've done. and there's no big tech tyrant that can take us down. that's why i think it's so orwellian, so dystopian, something you only see in dictatorships that now they're going to set up some type of disinformation board? i think that's a direct attack the on what we are doing at truth social because we can no longer be canceled. so now what do they have left to do? we're going to protect our user from this new pony government disinformation -- phony government disinformation service, and the fact that they would use some b-rated tiktok star that is the queen of disinformation herself on the russia hoax, the laptop from hell, to head up is really the height of hypocrisy that's so unbelievable. i, who -- i've spent so much
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time in washington -- [laughter] i don't think i've ever seen something so ridiculous. but the good thing is, is we are going to protect our users on our platform. they're not going to be canceled x they're not going to be censored for political speech. so, you know, i know they may want to do it and heir going to use the department of homeland security to do it, but we're not going to tolerate it. maria: they can make life difficult for you, right? they've made life difficult for elon musk already. they want to haul him in to congress so that they can question him about this twitter act by cig. they could get in your -- acquisition. they could get in your way as well. do you feel -- you're a private company now, but do you have everything or in place in terms of what you need need today to have in terms of regulatory approval in. >> yeah, well, i would love to see them bring me back into congress. i would love to go appear before the senate and talk about. my guess is that they're probably not going to bring me there because, you know, they don't want to hear what's --
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hear the truth. i mean, i would love to lele out for the congress how they, left, have colluded with the media, have colluded with these tech tyrants, and now they're throwing a fit because they know that we have a beachhead, we're having guys like elon musk step up and say, look, we're going to go ahead and look to take twitter off the table here and try to turn them back into a free speech platform. what we're doing now is we're moving ahead. we're going to ignore the government. we're not going to be regulated. but what we're going to focus on is where are the eyeballs. and i think what should be a concern to most americans is that a lot of young people are going to tick tiktok -- tiktok. we have a lot of people on instagram and facebook. we're going to be that safe home for people. we're focusing right now on what can we do next. clearly, our most important thing is we're on the app store, we were number one most of the week, we continue to be on the top charts. and what we're focusing on now is by the end of may we want to try to be on all the platforms
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and you can get it from anywhere. and after that we hopefully will be on the google play store for android. so we're focusing on the things we can focus on, and that is to improve our user experience and be a safe place for everybody to come where they feel safe, where they're not going to be canceled by tech tyrants, number one. and number two, we're not going to give in to any disinformation czar that the biden administration tries to put in place. maria: yeah. big news this week when president trump actually started posting on truth social. he is now on truth social. let me get your take on the twitter acquisition by elon musk. how does that play out in terms of competition to truth social? because you see elon musk saying a lot of the same things you've made the point that truth social is not going to look like twitter. you want to be bigger and perhaps if take market share from things like instagram as well. >> yeah. i think that's kind of -- what
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twitter really is, is a global pr wire. what we're doing at truth is we're building a community where people are not going to be censored or for political speech, where people can wring their videos, they can bring their pictures. we've part partnered with rumble on the rumble crowd. so we're trying to give the features and the marketplace that are on instagram and on facebook and on tiktok. because that's where the users are. that's where the eyeballs are, that that's where the market is. maria: yeah. >> and the advantage we have is we're not going to cancel anyone. maria: real quick, devin, before you go, you were the one who blew wide open the lies of the russian collusion hoax. i know over the years you kept coming up with new information, and then you had your nuñes report out documenting what had taken place, that it was made up by the hillary clinton campaign. we know that michael sussmann has rile in about two weeks -- trial in about two weeks.
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what are you expecting from john durham, and what are your thoughts about what we've learned so far from john durham's investigation into the russian collusion lie? >> what we saw this week as sussmann, the clinton campaign, the dnc all try to fight having to disclose evidence and having to disclose information, they're going to court and file fighting. well, this has given the opportunity for durham because he's had to fight these objections to actually place direct evidence on the record. now, as people well know, we built a circumstantial case using circumstantial evidence. we knew, for example, that the dnc, the media, fusion gps, they were all coordinating, building a narrative and laying it out for the american people. but we never actually had the e-mails. and now there are hundreds of e-mails that hoe what we knew five years ago was that the fake news media was in cahoots with the left in country and the clinton campaign to try to defeat donald trump by framing him, maligning him. and not just him, but many, many
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others that got tied up into this, guys like carter page. so it's good to see that the fruits of all our work that we did over the last five years that resulted in criminal referrals are now being, we're starting to see evidence being put down as these indictments roll out. maria: yeah. >> so i would like to see more indictments, but it is, i mean, look, it should be alarming to people that the media's willing to just take the stuff from these paid assassins. but it's the world that we live in, and maybe the more that the american people know about this, the better off we all will be moving into the future to try to make reforms at these government agencies. maria: all right. devin, we'll be watching truth social, and we appreciate your time this morning. devin nuñes joining us. thank you, sir, we appreciate it. trump endorsed candidate kari lake is here on her high stakes race for governor of arizona. her plan to secure the border,
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>> welcome back. well, a federal judge has ordered the biden administration to stop making plans to wind down title 42 at the southern border, but they are still planning it for may 23rd. the administration so far seems to be moving forward to revoke this policy in three weeks despite new and troubling numbers from the border. border agents tell me they expect apprehensions to jump from 7,000 a day to 18,000 apprehensions a day once title 42 goes away, and that does not include all the gotaways. my next guest has been seeing equally disturbing trends in neighboring arizona as we are told many so-called gotaways are seen coming into the country through surveillance cameras, they are ending up in tucson among other places. joining me right now is arizona guber matorial candidate kari lake. it's good to see you this morning, thanks so much for
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being with us. >> thanks for having me. maria: assess the border from your eyes in arizona. what's going onsome. >> it's in complete chaos. i was just down in yuma last week, and, you know, every time i go there i think, oh, surely the biden administration will have had enough by now, and they will stop what's happening because they can do it very quickly by, basically, bringing back president trump's policies. but i was shocked at what i saw. it was so much worth that even the time i was there before. people pouring in. from the minute if we arrived until the minute we left. and it's strewn with clothing. i picked up this little kid's baby shoe, basically. this looks like it belongs to maybe a 3-year-old. it's a humanitarian crisis, it's a national security crisis, and the drugs and the people are pouring across. and when they come across, maria, they've got smiles on their face because they know under joe biden they're probably going to be grant asylum are, a mass asylum to everybody who comes across. it's outrageous. maria: what is point of all of
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this? i mean, look at the numbers in terms of feint mall. we had 100,000 overdose deaths largely due to fentanyl in the last year and the cpb has seized incredible number, 913,000 pounds of fentanyl the fiscal year to date, 340,000. what can you tell us about this, and what are you going to do about it should you become governor of arizona? >> well, we need to shut the border down and shut it down to illegal crossings and the cartels. right now, because of joe biden's failures, the cartels have operational control over arizona's border and texas and others as well. and so with we need to shut it down. i have the most bold and aggressive border policy that this country's ever seen, and on day one we are going to issue a declaration of invasion. we are going to finish president trump's wall on both state and federal land using the materials and resources that we have at the border, and we're going to
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arm our national guard and prevent people from coming across the border. right now they just walk right into the arms of the border patrol agents. they've got drones, about 9,000 drones that have come over, dropped off drugs, they're surveilling our law enforcement. we should be shooting those down, and you should my plan, we will. under my plan, we will. maria: wow. and we are seeing these private flights drop migrants in cities across the country. we're going to take a short break, and then i want to focus break, and then i want to focus more on your campaign as break, and then i want to focus more on your campaign as break, and then i want to focus more on your campaign as break, and then i want to focus more on your campaign as i'm gonna earn 3% on dining including takeout with chase freedom unlimited. that's a lot of cash back. are you gonna stop me? uh-oh... i'm almost there... too late! boom! earn big time with chase freedom unlimited with no annual fee. how do you cashback? chase. make more of what's yours. at adp, we use data-driven insights to design hr solutions to provide flexible pay options and greater workforce visibility today, so you can have more success tomorrow. ♪ one thing leads to another, yeah, yeah ♪
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that's powerful. couldn't said it better myself. you just did. unbeatable internet from xfinity. made to do anything so you can do anything. whoa. maria: welcome back. i am back with arizona grouper thattorial candidate kari lake. is one of the hot races that we are all watching not just gubernatorial race, but also the
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senate race. president trump enforced you. you said he endorsed you twice, right? [laughter] >> yes, he did. he endorsed me early back in september and then just last week a bonus surprise, he re-endorsed me. i am a big supporter of president trump, obviously, i loved him as a president, his policies worked. america first is the only way out of the mess we're in. and he loves arizona, he loves our campaign because he knows it's grassroots, and we have a big movement afoot in arizona. so last week he said i love kari, let's endorse her again, and i'm honored -- maria: what are your priorities for the campaign? walk us through it as we watch -- also we're waiting to see who he endorses for the senate seat there, but tell us about your campaign. >> obviously, we need to take care of what's happening on the border, secure the border, stop the drugs from coming in. you know, no democrat, no independent, no republican wants their kids to get their hands on this deadly fentanyl. we have a priority with our elections, and i get elected, we are going to go through that
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forensic audit, we're going to fix every problem we have with our elections down here and make sure they are secure and honest for our future generations in every election going forward. we're going to be tackle our water issues in arizona for once and for all, and it may take several different ideas of doing that including desalination, working with our friends in mexico and desalinating some of the brackish water that we have here. we have a lot of brackish water underground in arizona that we could desalinate and use with. we're going to make sure that we fund the students in arizona, not the institutions, so that parents have control of what school they send hair kids to and that our kids are prepared for all the opportunities. we would like to rower -- lower taxes as well. we're going to start with the sales tax because that affects every single arizonanon. we need to make things more affordable any way we can. i'm not going to take orders from an illegitimate president
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like joe biden. arizona is going to do things the arizona way. maria: okay. kari lake, great to have you this morning, thank you so much. kari lake joining us in arizona. that'll do it for us on "sunday morning futures." watch us again today at 3 p.m. eastern here on fox news, and i'll see you next week from los angeles at the milliken angeles at the milliken conference for "mornings with wealth is breaking ground on your biggest project yet. worth is giving the people who build it a solid foundation. wealth is shutting down the office for mike's retirement party. worth is giving the employee who spent half his life with you, the party of a lifetime. ♪ ♪ wealth is watching your business grow. worth is watching your employees grow with it.
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hello and welcome to parenting, i am larry kudlow and so there is a wonderful today's lesson post, it's entitled fears mount inside the white house the mansion one hungry tony deal, really no one has finally figured out that yesterday mentions been saying this since last summer and he supposed to his social spending without work requirements and he believes inflationary deficit sanctions would


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