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a difference in my breathing. today, we're ready for whaver swims our way. ask your doctor aut symbicort. i got my first prescription free. call or cck to learn more. [ male announcer ] if you n't afrd your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. welcome to "red eye." it's like "curb your enthusiasm" if my enthusiasm you mean coating, andy, what's coming up on tonight's show. >> thanks, greg. our top story tonight why is jodi arias tweeting while she's on trial for the teleprompter not moving while i'm talking? there we go. because that's what we do now. plus washington's state's attorney general sues a flower shop owner for refusing to sell flowers for a gay wedding. and finally, what happens
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when we send bill shuchultz outo check out wrestlemania. hopefully wrestlers gang up on him. a death valley driver, eight choke slams, a cross face chicken wing, six texas kroefr leafs, two cross arm breakers, a tongue and death grip and finally a scorpion death lock leaving him so broken and mangled he doesn't have the strength to cry even though he's about to find out that for him the pain is just beginning. greg. >> thanks, andy. >> you betcha. >> all right. i'll see you later. let's welcome our guests. she's so cute that butterflies get dana tattoos on their lower back. i'm here with dana, former white house press secretary, hip-hop artist and one of my thousands of co-hosts. and if wittiness were the wall street journal, i'd wait for him to come on my doorstep. bernie mcderr. and in lake placid, he's a
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bobsled. it's my psychic bill schultz. and if fearless commentary were a giant wave, i'd ride him with my surfing buddies. tucker carlton, editor in chief of the daily caller. >> daily blog. the lede. that's the first story. who the hell is this guy? >> your boss, jerk. okay, she's flinging barbs from behind bars. now she'll knife you with a 140-word character. i screwed that up. jodi arias is on trial for allegedly murdering her boyfriend but that hasn't stopped her from tweeting. yes, she's been using a friend taunting the press and prosecutors. the accused killer is clearly not a fan of headline news coverage writing hln is an acronym for haters love negativity. after nancy grace tweeted a picture of arias suggesting she was flipping the bird, arias
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responded, actually, nancy, that finger was for you. have a nice day. the killer also isn't afraid to go after opponents in a court. in a now deleted tweet about a prosecutor that happens to be short, she wrote those afflicted for little man's syndrome happen per serpgs of genuinely good men who happen to be vertically challenged. god bless five-day weekends. her pal who does the posting of the tweets explains how it works. >> she'll call and say i have a quote or we'll talk about it. she'll say let's tweet it. sometimes she'll say let's tweet and we'll take it -- she'll say, no, let's don't do it. >> what a fascinating behind-the-scenes look from a strange friend. incidentally i have a ghost writer as well for most of my tweets. i believe we have tape of him.
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what the hell is that? i don't know what it is. keep it out of your shorts. dana, she's on trial for murder and she's snarking at prosecutors, but at least she's not tweeting pictures of her dog. >> if it was that dog it would be great. so she's making a mockery of justice and now she's become our hero. she might be the most brilliant person on the planet. >> it's amazing. i don't understand this, tucker. how is this legal? >> i don't know if it is, but twitter is the perfect medium for jodi arias. i mean she tweets. the question is what is it about nancy grace that sends accused murderers into a tweeting frenzy. not only her, amanda knox. why are they watching nancy
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grace? if you were on trial you would not be torturing yourself with nancy grace, would you? >> i don't know. she's kind of strange. >> she's hosting the hln coverage. my wife, for example, watches this trial like a monkey stares at a clock. millions of other people, you can't drag them away from it. it seems like this trial has been on tv longer than the amazing race. i guess you could call it "the amazing case." anybody who gives the finger to nancy grace, my enemy is my friend. nancy grace should be on trial for attempting to kill men's desire for women. however, i would say this. what if adam lanza didn't get killed, he's in jail and he's out tweeting bad things about the families of the kids he killed. he wouldn't put up for it so it's probably not a good thing. >> the fact is this opens the door for people like charles manson because you're allowing twitter accounts by proxy. people have designated twitters.
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so somebody tried to smuggle a cell phone into charles manson a couple weeks ago, he would probably start saying i want to tweet my daily meals and stuff like that and all of a sudden they'll have followers because people are sick and stupid, speaking of. bill, if you tweet her, perhaps she will take a liking to you and you will start dating and then she will murder you too and then we can finally get rid of you. >> i think she should follow me. she has excellent taste. donald trump, anderson cooper, dr. phil. these are all people she follows. i think you find out when you hack your boyfriend to death, claim it was self defense and that you blacked out most of it, go to jail, start lampooning everyone, that's when you know who your real friends are. your real friends come to jail, have horrific tweets to retweet. this is the one she did for the prosecutor, the little man one. she goes, hmm, anger management problems anyone? that was workshoped. that was planned.
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they sat in a room together and after hours that's what they turned out. >> it's amazing because the jury isn't allowed to watch coverage of it, but she's allowed to tweet about it. that's bizarre. >> she's also allowed to attack this guy. she already murdered him, she cut him to death and now she's airing their sex life to everyone and attacking him. >> she is an awful person. >> she really is. >> this trial is a disgrace. she's a stone cold psycho killer. what is the issue here? unlike my wife, i'm not following it day to day but i don't understand. clearly guilty, what the hell. >> the other thing that bugs me, she's selling her artwork which is allowing her to capitalize on her notoriety. no one would buy her artwork if she wasn't a murderer and this is the thing you see again and again, whether it's bundy or john wayne gacy. celebrities buy this crap because it makes them seem cool. she made three grand i guess off one painting alone, dana. >> what? i spent more than that before
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she killed that guy. >> really? >> i spent 20,000 of a bunch of flowers on a piece of paper. >> really? >> it's not even an investment. >> you should try to sell it on ebay. >> if i had a dollar for every time somebody said that to me and i said no -- >> like your glasses, if you try to sell those glasses on ebay. >> why would i do such a thing? >> charity. >> you want these glasses, america, you can -- no, you're not getting them. all right, from killers to camels. should america go broke because you like to smoke? well, the district of columbia, which is somewhere in columbia, has classified smoking as a pre-existing medical condition under obama care. that's right, the health exchange board or heb has decided that insurers are for bidden from charging maurl borough munchers noting smoking is an addiction and we just want to give people a fair shot to
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participate in the health care exchange. i love talking chairs. as red eye regular and kevin williamson puts it, quote, if smoking is a condition, then drug addiction is a condition, self mutilation is a condition, a pension for base jumping is a condition, juggling amp pules o sif l syphilus, practically anything qualifies as a condition under such a plastic understanding. wood chucks are just like celebrities. >> that looked like you in the green room. >> that's right, but it wasn't ice cream. you know what, there's no need for that. why attack me now? this is my third hour of
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television, by the way. >> and it's been brilliant. >> thank you. >> ignore the hater. does this actually, this one little thing, kill the whole entire idea of private insurance, because why buy insurance when you're healthy if you own need it when you're ill and all you have to do is wait till you're ill? >> there is no private insurance, that idea is dead. this is insane but is no more insane than anything else. it's no more insane to force insurers to pay for diabetes caused by obesity. the second the government gets in the business of deciding who gets health insurance and why, you cease to be able to make fine distinctions about anything. >> this is amazing, bernie. this means i don't have to quit smoking, because they have removed -- >> and you shouldn't. >> i know. i'm going to try. but this has removed a consequence of smoking. that's not what they intended. >> not at all. does this mean mike bloomberg is now against obama care? listen, it actually endears me
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care because it is fairness for smokers. i like that. listen, why should i pay the same rate health care insurance that wynonna judd and louis anderson paid. being fat is a pre-existing condition. i smoke two or three cigarettes on a weekend but i would be disqualified under some health insurance plans because of those two or three cigarettes. meanwhile these people can stuff their faces and i pay more than they do. this is something i write about. i like obama care, it's a good thing. >> wow, i've seen an about-face, dana. what do you think about this? the more we learn about obama care, the more comical and scarier it becomes. >> so when they passed it, remember nancy pelosi famously said we'll have to pass it before we see what's in it. part of it was that the states, including the district of columbia which is not really a state yet but they want to do and there's a whole thing on that which we can do another day. >> no, right now. >> they have to come up with a description of what's going to be covered in their exchange.
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so every state is coming forward. three states have said smoking is not a pre-existing condition but district of columbia is not the only one. so now basically we have shown what the real goal is of obama care is, and i know you're going to think i'm a kpeconspiracy theerist. this is to get the entire population dependent on the government for health care. the private health insurance is entirely dead except for the very rich people. >> this is how it worked when i lived in england. when i got there and got my job and i was asking about -- >> benefits? >> what? >> benefits? >> i was asking about tea but also benefits. no, and they said oh, don't worry about that. i will hook you up with a private health -- you're not going to go to government. >> don't worry, you don't have to go to the national health service. >> that's what everybody does. if you have a decent salary, they just go you don't even want to stand in line, blah blah blah, go this way.
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bill, interesting thing about obama care. being a dumb jerk is not a pre-existing condition, so you're fresh out of luck. >> there was no question there. there was no inflection at the end. i'm just supposed to sit here and let it wash over me? >> yes. >> there's supposed to be an exchange on these panel shows. >> how long until you snap? >> it was a long time ago. i have an empty vessel where a soul should be. when i was 17, 16, i suffered from two pre-existing conditions. one was i wanted to look cool and, two, i wanted to get laid. i was having an issue with both of them. i treated those two pre-existing conditions for a new one, smoking. and the sad part is it didn't work and i was hooked. thank you, obama. at least i only suffer from one now. >> tucker, theoretically if you take this to the logical extension, if i get in a car accident, can't i just go and get health insurance right after that because the car accident is a pre-existing condition?
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>> of course you can. >> of course there's already a federal law saying you must be treated for free in an emergency room. i have a friend who's a doctor who just did a liver transplant on an illegal immigrant who just walked in and the guy walked out without paying. >> now i'm with you, bernie, that sounds awesome. >> universal health care, let's do it. >> because i know i probably will need a liver transplant. >> of course you will. >> even if i don't need one, i'd like to get one just in case. >> just a prophylactic, keep drinking. >> keep one in your drinking. >> oh, look at this. before we go to break, dana used to be in the white house. she was the white house press secretary under someone by the name of george w. bush. i think you remember him. a great president. but, my, how she's changed since she started doing "red eye." if only there was some kind of montage showing you how far she's fallen. >> they have a whole range of new tools from, as i said,
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systemic risk and liquidity, stabilizing the markets. >> people can make each other yawn, yawning is contagious. but for some reason you can't make an animal yawn but an animal can make you yawn. >> the president will make brief remarks and he will reiterate, argue that the dalai lama is a great spiritual leader. >> in jim carrey's case it doesn't make him a hypocrite, it makes him a [ bleep ]. >> could there be areas we might be able to agree and move forward? yes. but remember this is not just a meeting between the french and the united states. >> you know what, i have made jasper america's dog. >> i think the president and the president-elect have both set a tone of cooperation, one of a spirit of partnership to be able to move forward. >> who wouldn't be an alcoholic as the press secretary if you've got to walk down there, face all the questions. i just started drinking at 9:00 in the morning and just went the whole night. >> so, dana, some would say that this is symbolic of some sort of
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decline while others like me would see this as a sign of immense growth. >> is this like a caterpillar that sheds its skin and you can be whatever you want? because i had the best job of my life, i'll never have that job again. i loved working for president bush and now i can just be me. >> everyone knows what a caterpillar turns into. >> what? >> a gorilla. >> you have become a beautiful gorilla. >> i thought that was an excellent metaphor, you just had to continue it. >> no, it's not a gorilla. >> what happened? >> it turns into a butterfly. >> come on, man. what is that, game of throne stuff? get out of mythology and get into biology. you are red eye's gorilla. fly away, gorilla, fly, fly away. >> gorillas can't fly. >> yes, they can. >> no, they can't. >> where were you raised? you were home schooled, weren't you? >> i was.
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>> wow. wow, wow, wow. >> common core. >> coming up, should you make time for charity? well, dana discusses her new book, sure, right after i finish this bottle of nyquil and these pills. but first are we doing this story or not? no, probably we're going to do the over one instead about -- well, maybe we will do this story. i don't know. we'll discuss on the break. so fs
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should he be barred from the yard? well, at harvard, whatever that is, has announced it will keep the rapper tiger for the college's spring concert despite an avalanche of protests over his lady-hating lyrics. horrible sunglasses. students have pleaded with
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organizers of the annual yardfest concert to remove him as the headliner citing songs like [ bleep ] [ bleep ] originally done by mel tillis in which he raps need a [ bleep ] that can [ bleep ] cook, clean, right. turn a [ bleep ] out, make her lick twice. an editorial in the school paper last week called him overwritingly massagistic which i think is an insult. but his name is an acronym for thank you god always and apologized that it was unable to put on an inclusive event. meanwhile the annual gregfest held in my apartment is happening next weekend and i believe we have highlights from last year. ♪
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funny side story there. the answer on that ad on craigslist to move furniture. that's what i do, bernie. all right, a spokesman for the college said they're going to work with students to foster a learning opportunity about the messages contained in tyga's lyrics, so they're turning it into a teachable moment. >> oh, okay. as though the kids, by the way, don't know this already. this has been going on for years and years. what you hear on fm radio, urban fm radio today is audio pornography. my high school, catholic high school daughter knows this stuff, excuse me, to quote eminem, it's investing in your kids' ears and nesting. kanye west, lil wayne, this guy tyga and jay-z, the president's favorite rapper, can i get an fu to the [ bleep ] from all of my n words who ain't got none. and nobody brings it up and he hangs out with the president and it's all good. but folks, wake up. it's out there. your kids, fm radio, they all
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know the lyrics to this tyga song, believe me when i tell you. >> yeah, tucker, you have children, i think. >> i have quite a few children. i can't get over harvard. these are supposed to be the smartest kids in the world. you think they would be debating things like when does life begin, who created the universe, instead they're debating as they always do sexism, racism. it is so freaking banal. that is the bottom line. it is so uninteresting, repetitive and stupid. it is the province of low iq people. no, harvard debating racism and rap. shut up. >> you have made a great point. harvard is beneath tyga. he should have said harvard? no, you got anything better? he should have. harvard is beneath tyga. dana, i was amazed because you actually defended him because you're a huge fan. >> oh, yeah. i listen every night. and then i listen to dierks bentley to balance it out.
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the thing also about the harvard people is that, yes, that might be true, tucker, but anyone who graduates from harvard will be a part of a network that will make sure that they always remain in the 0.1% of americans in terms of wealth and income. they're not just figuring out -- they're not just not asking themselves about the universe and capitalism, they're figuring out how can we make sure that we protect our network so that nobody else can infiltrate it and make sure that we are standing up head and shoulders above all those little people out there in america. >> i think you're missing the bigger point, which is a double standard. if dierks bentley and brad paisley were rapping these types of lyrics, i mean they wouldn't be invited to the white house. >> the justice department, civil rights division would be -- oh, god, can you imagine? >> mainstream stuff in the music world. >> a paramedic -- two paramedics in new york recently got fired for tweeting really bigoted stuff. stuff you say off the top of your head. not songs that are well produced
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and you spent a month on. they lost their jobs. if thez guys actually did rap, they would be at harvard. isn't the big winner here tyga? he's getting paid 40 grand, which is 20 times your yearly salary, and he gets all this free publicity even though he's kind of a nobody. >> i was about to defend him. this is like complaining about what was on the set list at a party at the princeton club. and by the way, it was all german marching tunes. very, very, very shocking. it's a private college. if you as a parent don't like this, do not send your kids to harvard. if you at a student at harvard don't like it, do not go to this party. the real loser is dana. dana, that you would repeat that filth and she was flinching as you said it. >> i felt bad for bernie because you can't even discuss this because you can't actually say any of the words. then he said the b word and then the n word followed by the s word and basically you can't
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really make a sentence. >> and beautiful and night is a great word. >> i'm going to ban the word "word" so when you go he said the b w. you like that? i just came up with it now mainly because i like to think of stuff. >> you should have gone to harvard. >> all right, we've got to take a break. do you have a comment on this show? e-mail us. and do you have a video of your animal doing something, something healthy, wholesome, not weird. i get enough of those videos on other websites. click on submit a video an we might use it. till to come, the halftime report from tv's andy levy. tonight's halftime report is sponsored by models. those people paid to display clothing or other merchandise. thanks, models. oh this is lame,
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