tv FOX and Friends Sunday FOX News January 31, 2021 3:00am-7:00am PST
genuine idaho potatoes not just a side dish anymore. always look for the grown in idaho seal. ♪. will: good morning, welcome to the sunday edition, suit and tie. there you go, jed. i was told i was not aware, not aware on my calendar, the reason we're playing justin timberlake is because it is his birthday. how old do you think justin timberlake? i say 40. jedediah: i think 40. pete: what do you say,
yesterday. you're our pop culture expert. jedediah: i would say around 40. i am sole h soulful. this music rattles my soul. will: this. pete: this is music for people that don't have souls i. will: i want to beat you do it. i was told justin timberlake is 40. that is the birthday. pete beat right, jed, spot on. jedediah: happy birthday, justin. will: do you think he is watching? happy birthday, man. pentagon reversing course, announcing it will pause a biden administration plan to give covid-19 to prisoners at guantanamo bay. rich edson live in washington with more. good morning, rich. reporter: the pentagon says it is halting plans to vaccinate the 40 prisoners of department of defense holding at guantanamo
bay, cuba. john kirby the pentagon press secretary, he tweeted. no guantanamo detainees have been vaccinated. we remain committed to our obligations to keep our troops safe. the pentagon planned to give vaccinations to the terrorists at guantanamo. that enclouds, khalid sheikh mohammed, the world trade center mastermind. given limited availability of those shocks here, that led to a quick backlash. house minority leader kevin mccarthy tweeted quote, president biden said he had a plan to defeat the virus own day one. he didn't tell us it would be to give vaccine to terrorists before most americans. they started vaccinating the
6,000 residents there including 1600 troops assigned to the prison according to "the new york times." during the campaign candidate biden offered to close gaut town mow offered no specific proposal. president obama attempted to shut it and try all the prisoners there through the federal court system. will: thank you, rich. that is a piece of good news in the world. a piece of sanity, where our grandparents, law-abiding innocent citizens can get those before those held in guantanamo bay. when i saying productive members of society, law-abiding citizens, i mean people like this. on the screen i believe we have a picture of someone getting a vaccine, among the first to receive a vaccine. that is not the picture. was that you? pete: that is picture of me when i was platoon leader at guantanamo bay. who is that? will: totally innocent up standing of member society.
o.j. simpson got his vaccine already. the important point, on serious note, this insanity, doesn't make sense. gitmo prisoners should not get the shot before so many prisoners in line to get the vaccination. jedediah: kind of a no-brainer you would think. what is odd, it needed backlash in order for them to say, wait, this doesn't make sense. should have been something from the start. grateful for common sense. glad to see it happening. hopeful the seniors especially places in new york city. we'll get to later in the show. doesn't look good in bureaucracy preventing. pete: i thought you were looking for a picture of o.j. simpson instead you got me as platoon leader at get bow may. i was young then. will: why was that in the queue? pete: they asked for pictures
when you served at guantanamo bay. it was longest year of my life, when i was young and strapping. there is me on the left before my expert infantry badge march. it was 12 hours shift. night shift, day shift, guarding prisoners. will: rich edson reported that building i spent a lot of time. pete: that is the tribunal building where they're supposed to hold the trials of these guantanamo bay detainees which never happened. by the way the reason why they said they vaccinated these guys which they were supposed to put them through a trial which never happened for 20 years when happened on 9/11. we gave them constitutional protection. they hide behind the constitution even though they're not citizens. now we give the vaccine except not. my goodness, wrap your brain around that one. down memory lane we go. another story we didn't
anticipate to talk about, gamestop and gamestop stock going up. not just up, skyrocketing up. we talked about that the left did, if you remember a decade ago, occupy wall street, rejection of the status quo, the rejection of the establishment? new york young republicans will reoccupy wall street following what happened to gamestop. they shut down the trading little guys made too much money and hedge funds were bleeding. ironic, how things are twist, they are saying we're up against wall street. we want to reoccupy it. we're slamming the idea there was shutdown for retail traders. here is gavin wax, new york president of young republicans. what we saw the last few days was absolutely despicable. it pissed off a lot of people. we have the elites and substrata everyone else that doesn't get to sit at the big boy table and make the big boy money. they need to be prosecuted. a lot of these guys need to go
to jail. text messages and emails need to be sized. used to be republicans backing wall streeters. now the party of the people saying let's level this out. and why shouldn't we have an equal place? will: i was fascinated, sitting with a buddy, talking about the changes we've gone through the past decade, the movement we have experienced in terms of our opinions on popular issues. and we have understood, there has been this change, jedediah, as that young republican leader pointed out, gaff vin wax, there is clear division in the society between the elites and substrata of people don't get to play by the same rule that has become a revelation on many on the right needs to be paid attention more, forgotten man. when it comes to occupy wall street from a decade ago it shared some similarities. this isn't right, big companies.
the difference their solution. occupy wall street embraced communism and socialism for and tea party was bringing government back in. looking at the same problem. we need to have a serious debate about the solutions. jedediah: yeah. it seems to be that every few years something happens. there is a movement. there is something in society that serves us as trigger, right? you're talking about occupy wall street. now we're saying this issue with gamestop. it's a trigger, right? it is an eye-opening moment where people sit back, hold on a second are we in a world of haves and have-nots on profound and deep level not only affecting censorship and our finances now. that happens. the issue that then things settle in and everything kind of goes back to normal, right? what needs to happen in these moments of crisis or moments of eye-opening things where people say, you know, hold on a second and reflect, that is when the change needs to happen.
that is when that push for change needs to come. you will see it is interesting. now you have a bunch of billboards popping up around the country, check this one out on the corner of 54th and broadway in new york city, this is gamestop investors stepping up. they're mocking the hedge funds openly as you can see. this is their effort to bring that front and center to say to people this is the moment, open your eyes, this is similar moment when it came to twitter, facebook, censorship, not only censorship but what is happening in silicon valley essentially programing people but i think this is a moment for change. so what that change looks like i don't know but let's seize it at some point instead of every five or six years having a self reflective moment and it vanishes into nothing. pete: you have to have the reallation the system is rigged. the trading on robinhood, the initial tweet from robinhood let the people trade and now defending the hedge fund. put the photo back up of the
banner. that is the ticker, gme of gamestop. i had to educate myself. i don't know the meme world. that is the sound after money printer. the sound counting money behind the bank counter. these folks are recognizing that a big system where the government prints money is not sustainable. where is the value of the money, where does it come from? they have been mocking it openly. gamestop, why can't we make money off of gamestop too? there are more flavorful banners that popped up across the country we can't share on morning television. they're rubbing it in the eye of the big guy. i made a bunch cash. i will put up a billboard. will: speaking of mocking "saturday night live" returned, mocking 2021. not too much mocking of the joe biden administration not yet at least. take a look. >> the new year.
we have a new president so something should work but do they? take a look at the stock market. that usually works, right? that where people invest all their retirement money so it should probably work. here to help us answer that question is the new majority shareholder of gamestop, would you say the stock market still works? >> first of all it is pronounced, stonk market. yeah it works. i put all my money in gamestop, i can't lose. >> look at social media, some might say is never worked. ask two experts twitter ceo jack dorsey and mark zuckerberg founder of facebook. you had to suspend the accounts of many conservatives and stop violence. how did that well. >> not well. they went to scarier apps where their delusion and bloodlust can run wild. >> last topic is tom brady.
you might be the only thing in america that works. >> yeah. >> everyone must be rooting for you, right? >> almost no one. [laughter]. >> you know what? i will be rooting for you tom brady. you're the only [bleep] thing this country can still rely on. not like you're a weird trump guy or anything, right? >> thanks for having me. [laughter]. jedediah: i thought they did a good job. there were some complaints there wasn't enough stuff on biden. i think "the l.a. times" had a couple of headlines and an article on that. it will come. it will definitely come. the honest admission is that president trump was kind of a character right? he had the biggesttures. he was entertaining. he was easy to, for comedians to make fun of pick things up. joe biden is more after standard politician. i think they have their work cut out for them. i think they figure it out. i think we get good biden stuff on the way.
pete: there will be a light touch. will: there will be plenty of material to pick from if you want to. jedediah: i hope so. i hope so. still ahead back to the negotiating table for chicago teachers who threatened to strike yet again as kids are set head back to school tomorrow this prompted pediatricians to sound the alarm about the dangers of remote learning. a warning from one doctor, coming up next. ♪. >> man: what's my safelite story? my truck...is my livelihood. so when my windshield cracked... the experts at safelite autoglass came right to me... with service i could trust. right, girl? >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪ did you know you can go to libertymutual.com to customizes your car insurance so you only pay for what you need? really? i didn't-- aah! ok. i'm on vibrate. aaah! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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learning. one of those doctors a resident in the department of pediatrics of university of chicago joins me now. doctor, welcome to the show. thanks for being here. so if you can give us some insight what the effects have been on students, on children, who have been home, not been able to go to school, to mingle with other students to be in a social environment? >> yes. over this past year we set up a coalition between different pediatric residency programs in chicago and through that we've been able to initiatives. we've been able to keep apbreast of what is happening with others institutions. one thing we've seen a lot more kids are presenting with mental health crises in more severe forms and more frequently. we're hearing stories of parents finding suicide notes. students taking their lives with handful of pills or hanging themselves. in the hospital we're seeing a lot more kids admitted for mental health concerns.
then many of which are getting stuck there for long periods of time. weeks even months up to, trying to get to the correct facilities to help take care of them as best as we can. jedediah: yeah. take a look at that cdc data on the increased mental health issues. emergency visits in particular, 24% increase of children aged five to 11. 31% increase among children aged 12 to 17. those are pretty big numbers. doctor, there still seems to be resistance, despite data we've seen by some teachers saying i don't feel safe. does the data support that? every date is a i've seen that schools are not super spreaders and children are not super spreaders and schools should lee open. what are you seeing? >> first of teachers are incredible. pediatricians they're our biggest allies. hugely identify kids with food insecurity, they might be the first people to notice a abuse
or cutting behaviors. what they do is incredible. i do understand teachers fierce about going back. one important thing that americas me feel better, some fears are the data supports this. data can be a word that can sort of lose its meaning. so, for example, there is one study that came out this past week in wisconsin that showed that even -- there was less likelihood of spread within the school than within the, between the community itself. all the students or teachers that got covid during the study period, you were 25 times more likely to have gotten it from the community and not school itself. to me what that says, a, if we open up schools effectively with masks, with screening, with cohort imaging, putting kids into exclusive groups, if one
kid gets sick, not the entire school that schools can be open safely. we need to make sure that our communities are taking covid seriously and doing masks and social distancing seriously and things we know that can protect us. jedediah: doctor, we visit ad school back in the summer instituting masks, dividers, social distancing, there are many things that the schools could i am any meant that would be widely successful against the virus. it seems the data supports return to school and risk may not be there. thanks for your thoughts this morning. >> thank you. jedediah: coming up it's main street versus wall street. our next guest says this robinhood trading scandal is a lot like the rebellion he saw in the brexit movement he helped lead across the pond. nigel farage joins us after the break. ♪.
♪. will: back with quick headlines. overnight a man is shot by police after running towards officers with a homemade spear in glendale, arizona. the man called 911, told dispatchers he wanted to light people up and shoot cops. when police showed up the suspect charged at an officer with the spear and refused to stop forcing a second officer to open fire. the suspect is in the hospital in critical condition. one of largest vaccinating sites closed down because of anti-vacs protesters. they were forced to shut down
the site halting hundreds of people vaccinating waiting in lines for hours. police say there were no incidents of violence. no arrests were made. the site was later reopened. the mayor said no vaccine appointments were canceled. pete? pete: thank you, will. the gamestop rebellion has become people versus wall street. >> the reason market is doing what it is doing. people are at home. getting checks from this fair share is [bleep] concept. this is attacking wealthy people. there we have all got to work together and pull together. pete: uk brexit party leader nigel farage saying the next rebellion. watching what happened with the election of donald trump. is this on that same scale? explain why this gamestop rebellion is so important. >> thank you. it is the same phenomenon you
see because what brexit is about about detached political elites in brussels and in london not listening to ordinary people. the donald trump phenomenon, very much the same thing, the beltway, big businesses, big banks, not in touch with ordinary peoples lives, not in touch with reality. whether people were buying gamestop shares, order snarery folk in the street, whether they were getting good value or not isn't the point. they made a decision is what is supposed to be a free market, that they will buy these shares. of course some of the big cynical, you know, wall street hedge funds were shorting this stock, have been bleeding, have been losing money but hey, you know, all fair in love and war, all fair in financial markets. then suddenly, these millions of people who already have a perception that wall street looks after itself, that they always get dumped upon, suddenly in the middle of all of this, the biggest brokers in the usa,
robinhood and others without warning, without reason, suspend, completely the buying of any new shares and guess what happens, guess what happens? the price plummets. now it is spread over here. we've got one of our biggest private client outfits saying, that for monday they will allow no fresh buying. so here arrest the problem. millions of people who already are very, very cynical about the way in which wall street works, rules of, and rules have been changed against the little guy, over the course of the last few days and, something about this that stinks to high heaven. what's really interesting, you know, i find myself agreeing with aoc and the left. this, this brings populists on the left and the right together, there has got to be congressional inquiry. there has been one on this side
of the pond. why do the brokers stopped people from buying. i we lived a free open society. pete: it is supposed to be a free market until the system it knit isn't because the wrong side is winning. janet yellen, took a lot of money from hedge funds for speaking fees over the years. the white house was asked about janet yellen her involvement in advice what happened with gamestop and robinhood. here is what jen psaki, the press secretary said about that. >> separate from the gape stop gamestop issue, the secretary of treasury is one of world-renown experts on market and economy. shouldn't be surprised to anyone she was paid to give perspective and advice. pete: wasn't surprise she was paid by the hedge funds or before she was treasury
secretary. the system is not supposed to work this way? >> remind us ourselves. there were no numbers in that report. $7 million. that is what she received from the big wall street firms for speaking, $7 million, including, $810,000 from a big firm called citadel, who were right at the heart of this ongoing battle. now look, i'm not going to make any false accusations at all but it is not difficult to work out where her i am sympathies might, i would like to know, i would like to know did she have a conversation with the regulator? did she have a conversation with those brokers? was she in some way involved with the suspension of temporary trading for ordinary people? you know something if this was donald trump's treasury secretary who seemed to be in the pockets of wall street to this extent, this would be one of the biggest scandals america has ever seen. because it is joe biden nobody at the moment is asking those
questions. so let's have an inquiry, let's sort this out. tell you what if we don't, if we don't do this, then what you will see are tens of millions of people taking the view that the stock market is not for them. choosing to put their money, their savings their pension funds elsewhere. that will have very serious implications for the long term economy. don't underestimate just how important a moment this is in terms of public trust in our financial system. pete: great point. the morning you block, cover up, censor, cynicism you create by default. nigel farage, thank you so much for breaking it down for us, we appreciate it. you got it. following fierce backlash the pentagon reversing their decision to vaccinate prisoners at gitmo. national guard colonel, congressman michael waltz joins us to react to that next.
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sons organize the wisconsin event every year to raise money for the first-responders. >> we appreciate the service. when someone calls them, they don't ask questions and help whom is there. jedediah: the scramble in honor of osborn's late father in law and you will all the first-responders that came to his aid during his battle with alzheimer's. would you that looks like fun. will: that looks like fun. if you invite "fox & friends" to the next scramble. pete: that would be great. will: we don't really golf. that is my kind of golfing right there. pete: absolutely i don't play hockey. i played boot hockey growing up on the lake. will: let's bring in former green beret commander, national guard colonel, congressman -- what's that? pete: wisconsin on the mind. will: green bay? pete: that's right. will: michael waltz, thank you so much for being here. >> thank thank you, they didn'te it to the super bowl.
go bucs and go florida. will: we'll talk to but the idea the last couple days that prisoners in gitmo would get vaccines ahead of obviously many americans waiting in line to get covid-19. announced the pentagon so rolling that back that policy. let me ask you why do you think it was in place the first place and why has it been rolled back right now? >> no idea. i want to know. i want on the armed services who in biden's pentagon thought this was a good idea who authorized it? we have to remember myself and some others risked their lives and many died to get those bastards into guantanamo bay, sorry for the language. you know, people died getting them there number one. number two, multiple administrations have spent years releasing, kind of the ground soldiers from midlevel commanders. so the ones that are still there in guantanamo bay, are al qaeda's field generals. they are their financiers.
they are the enablers, the retrainers. they refuse to repent and intelligence shows are the most dangerous. of all people to be in line before our seniors it is ridiculous and insulting. i want the pent again to put the vaccines on a plane, get them 100 miles north to florida, get them in the arms of our seniors who have been waiting on vaccine production. it is just ridiculous and we need answers. jedediah: that is actually a fantastic idea, congressman. i want to shift over to some controversy going on in d.c. right now where officials are facing backlash for calling for a permanent fence around the capitol. this is obviously in response tote january 6th riots. the controversy here is first of all, do we need a permanent fence around the capitol? secondarily, border wall construction has been halted so is there some hypocrisy going on here? your thoughts. >> obviously what happened on january 6th was terrible but we cannot turn the capitol into
fort pelosi. the national guard is not pelosi's private security force. we still need a lot of answers. we don't even have an investigation yet into january 6th to understand the plotting, the planning, everything that happened beforehand. i think we need open hearings to understand that but not only to understand that, what is the threat going forward. i sent a letter with fellow republican this is week to the acting secretary of the army to ask them what is this massive threat that size of which the nature of which demands more soldiers on capitol hill than in iraq and afghanistan combined? we still have a lot of answers before we start turning this thing into forward operating base or fort pelosi as some people called it. pete: you just did. i like it. 7,000 on call through march with a threat assessment no one is aware of as you pointed out. one last thing real quick, the
covid-19 relief bill we talked about quite some time, democrats are trying to tie school openings to that. here is what bernie sanders had to say about it. >> we do not have 60 votes from republicans to address the catastrophes that are impacting working families today. so the only way that we are going to deal effectively with the pandemic and get vaccines into the arms of people, increase vaccine production, the only way we're going to raise the minimum wage to a living wage so people are not working for starvation wages, the only way we're going to open up our schools in a way that is safe the only way that we're going to put people back to work in restaurants and protect small businesses, the only way we are going to do that is reconciliation. pete: the only way we open our schools is through budget reconciliation, which means 51 votes in the senate. your reaction?
>> schools are open in many states already and they are, they have done so safely. schools in florida have been open since august where we give the families, we give families the choice of go to school in person or stay at home, your choice, we'll make them available. let's use that money to actually help students. let's increase teacher pay if that is what we want to debate and that is what we want to do. let's use knit ways that students can benefit over the long term, not putting in, you know, hvac systems or what have you. the democrats are always pounding the table about support the science. there is no science that says school openings are a problem. kids have a 99.98% chance of being fine, even if they then get the virus. this is, and the thing that most upsets me with this coming from bernie sanders is that this is, this is class warfare in the sense that if you're a white-collar worker, you can stay home when your kids are locked up at home going to
school. if you're a truck driver, construction worker, waitress, you can't. and i share, we've had video of this outraged dad in virginia, that was given it to the school board. there is no reason these schools can't be open right now. to see the democrats using that as a excuse to push their progressive policies is shameful. pete: live in democrat city bubble world where a lot of states figured out how to do it including yours. >> they need to stand up to the teachers unions this is what this is all about. pete: hard to stand up to the teachers unions when you're in bed with them. i don't know how they do that. that would be nice to see. colonel walsh, happy birthday. how will you spend your birthday, sir? >> i have will spend it with my family. no offense, not watching the news. pete: being on it. will: as opposed to being on it. happy birthday, colonel. >> all right.
hopefully we'll do some fishing. take care. pete: go over to adam klotz with the latest on the weather. what is going on? >> big winter storm impacting the midwest last couple days. the snow is piling up. chicago running over to detroit. cleveland area where the system is a slow mover. working its way to the mid-atlantic, east coast, tomorrow into tuesday. winter storm watching and warnings through the entire region. there will be a lot of snowfall. as i said it is a slow moving system. run it through the future forecast. this takes us through sunday, monday into tuesday morning. we're still looking at a lingering system. by that point getting up into new england. it's a nor'easter. how much snow are we talking about? as the system figures out what to do, some higher numbers, half a foot in d.c., a foot in
philadelphia a foot in new york city. i think if you're inland a little farther you will see a foot in a lot of these areas. big snowstorm on the way here over the next couple days. back out to you guys. will: thanks, adam. jedediah: thanks, adam. still ahead, los angeles county is finally lifting some restrictions on restaurants but of course there's a catch. outdoor diners are not allowed to eat and watch tv. too much apparently. a southern california restaurant owner sounds off on the new guidelines. that's next.
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to the best of your knowledge what is the rationale for you now can have outdoor dining but turn the televisions off, nobody can watch tv? >> well, look leave it to california to start to move in the right direction and then get in their own way overregulate, into probably a more dangerous scenario. so the idea behind this is of course they don't want people lingering too long. now, mind you the framework that they have already set up, safe situation with no more than four people, terribles section to 10 feet apart. wear masks in between bites. if we remove it. vs from the situation, this will force people back into the backyards, into the house parties whereby their data, their science they already suggest that is where all of the spread takes place. will: absolutely. you had this wonderful tweet yesterday, chef gruel, if there is pathological need to stick it to restaurants. by this standard grocery stores
can't play music. sounds of kenny g might keep lingering around the eggs. if the logic is not to have people lingering. maybe you shouldn't serve appetizers. deserts seems time conassuming. >> exactly. i will take it a step further. i don't think anyone would look each others into the eyes. that could create a scenario where they feel comfortable, warm and relaxed. will: right. here in new york should do away with the street heaters. promise people will not come in or get out of their tables really quickly. this is as you pointed out another illogical regulation that steps in the way of your business. what has that been like, two months, no outdoor deeping, what has it been like to own, operate a restaurant in california amid the shutdowns? >> it is scary. you don't know what the next step is going to be. restaurants are about planning. you know we have razor thin
margins. we're putting in all the elements costing us a lot more money to create a safe environment. obviously we want to do that we're all on the same page in that regard. doesn't seem to be data supporting. when the data doesn't meet what the data should be meeting but then you got to follow the data and then don't follow the data. it is jabberwocky this pathological need to punish restaurants. as you made several times it is not backed up by science. why focus on something that doesn't seem to be a vector of spread in the coronavirus. that said, we wish all the luck. we do our best to understand it this is a tough year. best of luck in slapfish in california. >> thank you, chef. appreciate it. will: head to fox and friends.com. you can help chef andrew gruel in his fight to save small businesses. the recall effort for gavin newsom is growing by the day. he could face a new challenger.
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♪. pete: welcome back. the recall effort against california governor gavin newsom getting a boost from a billionaire venture capitalist. will: he is not only backing efforts to out of the governor but he is also hinting at a possible gubernatorial run of his own. what does it stand for. what does he stand for? what does a tech insider really have to say about the way government should run in california? jedediah: there is only one
person to ask the cyberguy, kurt knudsson. different angle. is this guy the next best thing, a venture capitalist? does he have a shot. >> good morning to you, will, pete, guys if you're not here in california you probably never heard of this guy but if you're multimillionaires that live in palo alto or the silicon valley area. his name is quite popular. he is originally from sri lanka, six years old moves to canada. finds himself living american dream. interesting guy, 474-year-old billionaire investor. he is now challenging governor newsom of california with trying to get signatures. he has given $100,000 as a few days ago toward a cam inpain to get enough signatures for putting him on that challenge to bring up a an election. if that happens, this guy says he is going to run against him. the question really comes down
to, does he have what it takes? he made his riches, riches, thin 2007 to 2011 from facebook where he spent a lot of his time trying to get people engaged in facebook. leaves there. starts his own fund. makes a billion dollars. he is coming back bashing facebook, that is terrible thing. dude, you created all of that for about five or six years of your life. and now he is trying to live that life of saying, i'm everybody guy here because, look at some of the platform we've extrapolated from his tweets alone. will: right. >> 0% state tax is what he proposing in california. i don't know if that is going to fly. teacher, all sounds dreamy and lofty. 70,000-dollar minimum salary for teachers in california. by the way if you have a baby here in california you will get $2,000 cash plunked into your
pocket. there are is a lot of penalty up frustration with the governor, y? we heard from one more local business that is absolutely devastated from this pandemic. people don't feel this governor has that level of sensitivity. is he looking out for everybody? maybe doing this hyper way too locked down lifestyle. look at comparative states are we, have we succeeded in california with the numbers, if you look at other states that weren't so strict on the lockdown? good question. will: one can totally understand the recall effort for gavin newsom. i saw him on this week, absolutely giving it to a cnbc anchor over wall street beats. do we need a technocrat, a genius or somebody who understands put the power in the peoples hands. >> will, will people believe
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doughnuts. i know they're not good for me, but i like them anyway. real country music in the form of chris stip pell ton, jamey johnson. that is good for you. florida georgia line is like dessert. pete: nobody knows those names but florida georgia line. it is bro country, pop country. great music, what you listen to the summer. three or four times over the course of the day but you love it. will: it is feel good music. pete: what is wrong with feel good music? why don't you want to listen to music that makes feel good? will: there is nothing wrong with doughnuts. pete: a true believer when it comes to country music. i respect that. jedediah: he is. pete: for sure. speaking of true believers, terrible transition, because it has nothing to do with the next topic we talk about this morning. education, covid, next seven or eight minutes what we talk about will all be related to covid-19
and how government is reacting to it and the schizophrenic way decisionmakers make decisions that seem to have no connection to data, science or information other than existing power structures, that used the control and power they have in their fiefdoms to do the things they otherwise should or should not be doing. the great example of this is teachers unions in chicago. there have been over 60 meetings. i said this, i think it is probably true, did general eisenhower hold 60 meetings before the d-day landing? probably not. the whole d-day landing to save civilization probably didn't require 60 meetings. but teachers unions in chicago and the mayor of chicago have required at least 60 meetings to figure out whether the teachers will strike or come back into the classroom and kids will finally come back into the classroom. we are on a sunday before tomorrow when the schools are supposed to reopen. guess what, will? they still haven't reached a deal. the teachers unions are insisting on series of demands
in order to get teachers back in the classroom, none of which have anything to do whether or not the kids will get the best education possible. will: your analogy is actually on point perfectly. you know why general eisenhower might not have had 60 meetings to plan the d-day invasion? everybody involved in that entire process, that mission, had the same identifiable goal. everybody involved in the negotiation knew they wanted to defeat the nazis. everybody in this negotiation is not working off the same script with the same goal in mind. are you convinced the teachers union want to get back to being work, have in-person learning want to get kids back in the room? that is not the goal i'm certain they're working toward in chicago. thus you have next, upon next, and next, and this is coming from mayor lori lightfoot and the ceo on the negotiations with the teachers union, there is still significant work nodes to be done on remaining several open issues we must make additional meaningful progress today and tomorrow as time is running out.
our team remains at the bargaining table with the goal of reaching a sensible agreement to allow chicago teachers to safely return to the classroom. we'll keep families updated as the work continues through the weekend. jedediah, if that is the goal, you have to ask a simple question, why are other school distributes getting back to in-person learning five days a week? jedediah: there is no answer. that is why you have parents who sue. we had a paint on yesterday they had to give up her whole career. they lost income in the household. they feel they have no choice that is the direction parents are going in. it is safe. we did a segment, i don't know if you guys remember over the summer i went into a school as long as you're able to practice social distancing they have barriers, they have masks. as long as the teachers are equipped with the proper materials this should be a no-brainer at this point particularly given the data we have. we didn't have as much data in the summer when some schools said it is time to reopen.
now we have a plenty of data reporting that these are not superspreader events. i spoke with a doctor, pediatrician earlier on weight of mental health on kids not being in school. listen to what he had to say. >> the one thing we've been seeing a lot more kids are presenting with mental health crises in nor severe forms and more frequently. so we're hearing stories of parents finding suicide notes or kids trying to take their lives by taking a handful of pills or hanging themselves. we also have, in the hospital itself we're also seeing a lot more kids being admitted for mental health concerns. many are getting stuck there for long periods of time, weeks even months. pete: great point. someone who could try to lead the way on this, joe biden i demand, i insist, it is a prerogative for our nation our kids get back in the classroom. dan bongino was on justice with
thoughts that is not happening? >> teachers unions are a disgrace to the country right now. what they're doing right now inn chicago, bankrupting families, the parents can't go back to work because they have to sit home to teach their kids despite paying tax dollars to have their kids talk. this is one of those the beatings will continue until morale improves that liberals want to impose upon america. do this the whole time while trying to shut down private schools and fighting against school choice. you go to our schools. we'll shut you down. shut you out of our schools. you boycott. pay us while you're doing it don't you dare find other options. that is liberalism in america. will: great from dan bongino. he is absolutely right. move to another story. it is about to descend upon us literally in the northeast. a major winter storm about to unleash across the northeast. pete: a foot of snow. will: a foot of snowy puts restaurants into a bit of
predictment. as of right now indoor dining is not allowed in new york city. governor andrew cuomo put it off two weeks. at which point you can have 25% capacity. that left new york city restaurants with outdoor dining. outdoor dining, pete took part in last night. as you can see right here with your lovely life. pete: it was unbelievable. got to say this it was my wife's birthday. we had didnter in the city this is a restaurant owner by the way in the city, he is a fox fan. that is not where we had dinner. beautiful restaurant. look at that right there. that looks like a ice house or tiny home. that is certified by the city. that is a legal outdoor structure. the doors are open. i don't know if we have the picture of his restaurant inside. look at that, empty. he put in new filtration systems, wide open, tall ceilings. i've been closed for months. i cram my customers into this tiny little shed on the street instead of using this -- look at that!
instead of using a beautiful restaurant. as we walk across the city i saw restaurant, restaurant, restaurant had this exact dichotomy. some sort of a shed thing with less circulating area than it would be inside. before we went to dinner, my wife wanted to go to bloomingdale's to return a wedding gift. if you gave as you gift for our wedding it is probably not yours. don't worry about it. one of the people gave as you gift had to be returned, wide open bloomingdale's, hundreds of people stacked upon each other. shopping, going up escalators, wide open and here is how we're dying in new york city. will: you described them perfectly. you called them sheds, ice houses, tiny houses scattered across the street in new york. here is the issue. they have don't circulate air. they are virtually indoors. they have to deal with at least a foot of snow in the coming days in new york which will absolutely shut down dining all across the board. jedediah: but they're not virtually indoors. that is indoor dining outside.
i mean it makes no sense whatsoever. pete, your argument is correct, a lot of times the filtration systems in the actual indoor dining facilities are much better. the problem here is the public. the problem is us, right? they have to cater to our perception what is safe. people look around, they say well i'm outside, even though i'm sealed up in a little bubble, that has to be safer, right? we decide that that seems safer and then these restaurant owners have to survive in some way. you know what? let's just cater to that. we'll be able to get people to come in and sustain ourselves in some way. it is really the consumer that needs to take a stand and think -- pete: you could be right. i have hope you're wrong. any sane person, if you were a alien landing on planet earth right now, those humans, you know what they do, they don't live in the big strictures, build small ones outside. makes no sense. will: jedediah, i think fear is driving the day at the consumer level all across the board in the united states.
let's not undercut the idea arbitrary and ridiculous regulations like what is also happening in los angeles is driving the day. jedediah: yeah. i'm telling you though, in new york in particular i talked to a lot of people that will not do indoor dining but will sit in those bubbles. so i don't know where that disconnect lies but something needs to change. will: i hope you laugh. jedediah: we talked with andrew gruel -- i do, i do. but i'm also deeply concerned in many ways for obvious reasons. we spoke with chef andrew grall, an l.a. restaurant owner earlier in the show how officials are creating more dangerous scenarios with some of these rules being imposed not only in los angeles you about speaks to the country at large. take a listen. >> leave it to california to start to move in the right direction and get in their own way, overregulate, into probably a more dangerous scenario. so the idea behind this is of course, they don't want people lingering too long. now, mind you the framework they already set up, they have got the same situation with no more
than four people, tables six to 10 feet apart obviously, suggesting people wear masks in between bites. if we remove it. vs from this situation, this will force people back into their backyards, into the house parties whereby their data, their science they already suggest that's where all of the spread takes place. jedediah: now he is talking about of course in california where you can do outdoor dining but this new rule you're not, you can't watch television while you do it because essentially it will enable you to linger. that is what he is referring to. obviously ridiculous measure that will accomplish absolutely nothing. pete: you can listen to the radio, play chess, play cards. they decided you can't turn on your television for outdoor dining. i don't know where it stops. i don't know how to stop it. you have to get rid of autocrats ultimately using a virus to push arbitrary rules. they create the fear you talk about, jed. will: it is chicken or egg effect.
fear-mongering coming from officials, creating arbitrary regulations parroted by the media people internalize and people are afraid. it is chicken or egg effect, what happened first, who came first, who knows. we're totally like a gamestop stock, untethered from the fundamentals, untethered from reality. jedediah: remind people, don't forget to think, think about what is happening. what you see doesn't make sense, does it not make sense? you have a functioning brain. you can think yourself about these things. turning to some headlines for you a california man is charged in the murder of two woman following a hour's long standoff. police say raymond weber live streamed himself holding himself inside of a barricaded apartment. the live stream reportedly showing two women lying motionless on the floor. when negotiations failed, officers used flash bangs to get to go arrest weber. he was serving time for multiple felonies. the ties to weber have not been
revealed. the appointment to lead unemployment program is under fire. suzie levine transitioned into the the biden administration amid a scandal in her washington state department costing washington state $600 million. they are related to a nigerian scam ring. she failed to address a software issue that left washington state's employment security department vulnerable. a high school principal picks up a second job to help students in need. >> i was taught if you can't find something to do, do it. i came to myself around said, perhaps i need to find another job in terms of part-time. jedediah: henry darby started working at walmart three nights a week after learning two of his students were sleeping una bridge. he donates every penny to those less fortunate. darby has given $100,000.
after hearing about his act of goodwill, walmart donated $50,000 to the school. your headlines. love it. will: coming up president biden's push for green jobs may come at a cost. a new report revealing a clean energy workforce may not be a permanent fix. imagine that to all the jobs he killed. we'll discuss it after the break sfx: [sounds of everyday life events, seen and heard in reverse] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ sfx: [sounds of fedex planes and vehicles engines] ♪♪ sfx: [sounds of children laughing and running, life moving forward]
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systems transportation, our energy infrastructure to withstand the impacts of extreme climate. these are not pie-in-the-sky dreams. these are cone create, actionable solutions and we know how to do this. pete: joe biden campaigned on creating millions of magical green jobs as part of his climate agenda but turning his promises into reality may be challenging. they employ a lot of people in construction rather than more permanent as well and unionized at lower rates according to various reports. bring in texas agriculture commissioner sid miller. thanks so much for being here. you hear, when introducing the green plan at white house they wanted to talk all they could about jobs because they realize taking jobs away through the obsession with climate change but are they really bringing in green jobs that benefit americans? >> we certainly haven't seen anymore green jobs.
we have a lot of green jobs in texas. we lead the nation in oil and gags production. over 40% of the petroleum, 20% of the natural gas produced in texas but we lead the nation in wind energy and solar energy. the problem is, when biden says they can make solar panels, out of the 10 major manufacturers of solar panels are in china that doesn't help us any. he wants to shut down the keystone pipeline. that is environmentally disasterous. that is the worst thing you can possibly do for the environment. you know that means it will still be transported in trucks, on railcars, or in big tanker ships. anybody remember the ex on valdez, what it did to the west coast of the united states? guess what, all three of those burn diesel. those are greenhouse emissions. guess what doesn't have any emissions? pipelines. pete: [laughter]. i'm told the biggest solar farm in america is in texas yet it
only employs 12 permanent workers. ultimately once you installing it is one thing but it doesn't create perpetual jobs. when the white house is saying we'll bring in millions of green jobs, do they know they're lying, or just how they're trying to rationalize isn't. >> i don't see, it is all talk, you know. this is the same talk, rehashed from the obama-biden administration. anybody that remember all the green jobs that, five million green jobs. they never materialized. remember what happened to solyndra, half a billion dollars, never turned the switch on that project. completely lost half a billion dollars of taxpayer money. so, you know, we're going down the same road but we need to learn from our mistakes. we can have all the buzz but don't have to eliminate all the petroleum in the mix. we need to be environmentally conscious. you know, we have over 2.6 million miles of pipeline in the united states.
put that in perspective, that means those lines can go to the moon and back five times! you never hear about a pipeline spill. but you hear about railcars derailing? yes. trucks having wrecks? yes. do you ever hear about oil tankers out on the ocean having problems? yes. all of those are 10 times more dangerous than a pipeline. pete: it's a great point. environmentally conscious, something we can do while china emits all they want, builds whatever they want, plays by their own rules in the process. as you point out builds all the solar panels. sid miller, thank you so much for your time. >> thank you, guys. god bless. pete: god bless you as well. one north carolina bar lost thousands of dollars because they shut down over covid. they want their money back. they're taking legal action against local leaders. a frustrated bar owner joins us next.
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♪. will: time now for your news by the numbers. first, $2000, that's how much travelers to canada will have to pay to quarantine at a hotel. prime minister justin trudeau announcing new restrictions for travelers including banning all flights to mexico and the caribbean until april 30th. next, $55 million. that's how much an eight-day trip to the international space station cost. three private citizens from the u.s., canada and israel are set to shell out the cash for a trip next year. finally, half a million dollars, that's how much tom brady will get if the tampa bay buccaneers win the super bowl. the extra pay day is part of his contract the quarterback signed with the bucs last year. half a mil if you win. jedediah? jedediah: thanks, will. one north carolina bar was forced to close its doors due to the pandemic and now wants the
city and the state to pay. the owner of durham's atomic fern bar is suing more than $25,000 to cover damages from lost income claiming his business wasn't able to earn revenue yet the landlord was still able to charge rent. owner of the atomic fern bar, daniel slater and his attorney join me now. thanks for being here this morning. kevin, let's start with you, you're suing $25 million in damages. explain what the damages is -- $25,000. >> it is not $25,000. in excess of $25,000, that is a distinction for the courts. we've been closed for 10 months. fully not being able to open or close for 10 months. so we had zero revenue yet, rent continues to pile up over those 10 months. so that's the loss, we've had no sales. but we still have to pay our
rent and utilities. so that is the lost revenue we're talking about. we're not -- go ahead. jedediah: damages, yeah. >> yes. jedediah: daniel, i'm curious from a legal perspective how you think this case will go? i'm wondering if you will address the fact that this is defined as a bar, right? there are different restrictions for establishments that define themselves as bars and restaurants. that in itself is somewhat arbitrary to me? >> that is what we're looking at, we're kind of using theory of unjust, inverse condemnation, the government can't take your property without just compensation, but also the equal protection and due process. we do have the odd rules of it is global pandemic. they need to shut us down for the health. why you shut down the bar owner but not the landlord? the arbitrariness. i can go into a facility that serves food, sit at the bar drink all day. but because the atomic fern and
other places like that don't serve food, people are not allowed to go in there. that does seem arbitrary, that the due process, equal protection argument that businesses are being treated differently even if therapy model is essentially identical. jedediah: you know, kevin the fact that you don't have outdoor seating, i'm guessing was a big problem for you. have you noticed that other businesses, similar in terms of what they provide, meaning, they provide food and drinks, had a different setup were able to sustain themselves much better virtue of what their establishment looked like versus outdoor and indoor and what not? >> yeah. most of the, most of the other people who are in my position also don't have outdoor seating. a lot of the places that have been able to use outdoor seating have been open anyway because they're considered restaurants. and so, that rule really didn't affect anyone who is in my position. it's just nobody has outdoor seating.
plus they did that in october, november, when it is winter storm. outdoor seating doesn't really help us then. jedediah: yeah. i know that cocktails has been some things businesses tried to institute. regardless it is a very odd time where businesses had to stretch their limits to get creative. they're trying to navigate around regulations. not every business will be able to do that, by virtue what their property looks like and whatnot. what type of business we have. we're interested following this case. we reached out to the governor and mayor's office. we have not heard back on that. we appreciate your insight and thoughts today. still ahead amid pandemic uncertainty and riots in major cities around president biden's anti-gun agenda, americans are arming themselves at a record pace. lara logan on the second amendment and what is at stake next.
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right, to say this is about gun control, gun legislation is, is really a lie. what this legislation effect testifily does, it is h.r. res. solution 127, that is before the house, introduced by a democrat, sheila jackson lee. what it effectively does render firearms, ownership, possession, possession of ammunition completely in effective. right. it makes the second amendment in effective, what it does, it insists on a national gun registry. nothing is grandfathered in. not just for your firearms but for your ammunition as well. tough submit to an intensive background search if you're deemed psychologically unsuitable, you can be denied this weapon and of course the psychological valuation has to be conducted by a psychologist approved by the attorney general. this registry will be available to lawmakers, both states and federal. so look at all the lawmakers who
today consider half of this country to be unsuitable, mentally unsuitable for a firearm because they're insane enough to vote for the republican or donald trump. so, if you don't just look at the gun control legislation in isolation. because the reason that you're seeing such a rush on firearms, which by the way been going on long before the election, such a rush on ammunition, people all over have been talking about it for months and months, you can't find ammunition anywhere, it is being restricted. people are traveling just to buy it, that is looked at in terms of the terrorist, domestic terrorist legislation before congress right now as well. along with the environmental legislation. there has never been a time where people believed more strongly in the second amendment. people who own weapons. and, that is, you know, if you ask the country to vote on whether or not you wanted to repeal the second amendment, that would be a whole different conversation. what this legislation does is basically render the second amendment completely and utter
at this are meaningless. it is being dishonest with what you're actually doing. pete: so well-said when you strip it back. they want to get rid of the second amendment for the reasons you. we appreciate that. you have a great special to night. lara logan investigates mexican massacre. here is a small part. >> the peace an quiet the langford family always known in mexico was taken from them on a cold winter morning in december 2019 when nine women and children from this mormon family were massacred. >> it's a nightmare i wish we would wake up from and never happened. these women were innocent, and children were innocent. pete: lara, what brought you to this story? >> well i'm always drawn to the stories where you know, there is
something very powerful and important is happening but especially where people are portrayed in a way that isn't necessarily accurate or honest or true. and you know what seemed to happen with this family, there was a lot of sympathy when the massacre first broke into the news. then once people thought, they're a bunch of mormons living down in some cultish place in mexico, you saw this shift in the press coverage. that is always significant to me. so i wanted to understand you know, and learn about this for myself. but also, just sheer horror of knowing what happened to this family. of course what i found was nothing like what was reported. these are really extraordinary people who do not live in a cult, who are not fundamentalist religious people who are not crazy. and, who are very loving, genuine family, as far as i can tell, there is no evidence to suggest any of them were involved with the cartels. so this was really important for me to learn about them and to
get this right. also you know, kind of to do justice to those three women and their children who were so brutally murdered, who truly were innocent. jedediah: lara, we're very much looking forward to the pressure. lara logan investigates the mormon massacre. that will air tonight on 10:00 p.m. eastern time on fox news channel. that will be available on "fox nation" following airing on fox. >> thank you. jedediah: adam klotz is going to do the weather and i guess he telling us snow is coming. >> you're absolutely right. for some folks it is already falling. over the next couple days it is a real slow-mover. they have seen the snow falling from chicago, indianapolis overnight tonight. the leading edge running along the east coast. it will be there for a while.
we have winter storm watches and warnings up the great lakes into the mid-atlantic into new england. all areas eventually see a lot of lot of snow. how much are we talking about, when will it be happening? i said a slow-mover. runs today throughout the entire day, overnight, into tuesday, monday into tuesday, you're still seeing snow on the back side of this system. with that much time you're allowed to see the snowfall totals add up. we're currently looking at some is areas getting up as high as six inches in d.c. but it jumps up to a foot in philadelphia, closer to a foot here in new york city before it tapers back off when you head back into new england. i think some of these interior areas probably getting up in areas of pennsylvania, new jersey. some of these spots, maybe as much as a foot 1/2 of snow, so the a lot of sledding maybe here by the middle of the week. back out to you guys. will: good way to look at it, a lot of sledding, and dining shut down, outdoor dining.
pete: why tom brady moved to florida. will: that and taxes. apparently making another super bowl. turning now to your headlines. eight people are hurt including a nine-year-old after an suv crashes into a houston supermarket. police say the driver slammed through the store's front windows making it all the way to the cash registers. officers believe the driver was intoxicated. he was taken into custody. all eight people are expected to survive. an investigation is underway. new report reveals democratic congresswoman maxine waters has given her daughter more than one million dollars through her campaigns since 2003. karen waters works as a staffer for her mother. the federal election commission releasing data showing she was paid $250,000 this last election cycle alone. the vermont teacher who made bernie sanders now famous mittens is now partnering with a toy company. jen ellis is creating a mitten line for the vermont teddy bear company to meet soaring demand
for the recycled wool mittens t comes after a picture of sanders wearing the mittens at the inauguration went require online. those are your headlines. can i say, jedediah, i'm sorry if i'm grumpy about this, i'm anti-meme. i got tired of seeing that. i'm not into the memes. enough with bernie sitting there with his mittens. pete: i'm totally in love. will: you are? pete: more memes. memes all day. will: i'm out. no there is not. that is the thing. there is not. >> i'm kind of in the middle of the two of you. i liked the meme at first. then bernie was everywhere. too much bernie. bernie at the zoo and bernie in the living room. bernie was on a shred. it was too much for me! kind of like when you love a song, guys, you hear the song the first 30 times you dance to it. by the time 1050, you're like, this song again? will: i don't understand the
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♪. >> i knew that he was going to, president biden was going to come in and he was going to try to eliminate things he didn't like that trump had did. >> a lot of the executive orders that they are passing right now, they're trying to take away our constitution, second amendment rights. a lot of stuff i just don't agree with.
will: frustrated americans reacting to the record executive orders signed by joe biden during his first official week in the white house. here with what we can expect from congress, tennessee gop senator marsha blackburn. senator, diners in your home state of knoxville, tennessee a long tradition of tennesseans, davey crockett to sam houston, talking to the diners last week, there was frustration because the number of executive orders, to put ait in context is outrageous. you can see it, senator. 25 by the biden administration in the first week. compared to previous administration it is absolutely towering above them. what can republican does? this isn't legislation, what can republicans do to push back? >> and right now we are in that mode where you have to play block and tackle on this. filing legislation of course is something that is important to do and also awareness. as you saw this weekend in
knoxville, will, people are watching this and they are incredibly unhappy. they are looking what has happened with the climate change, with the paris climate accords, with stopping the keystone xl pipeline. they are looking at how he is giving favors to china by restricting our freedoms. i had one tennessean this week said you know, we should call him joe the job killer of the actions that he has taken this week. then they're looking at bernie's budget and they're saying, my goodness, 15-dollars an hour as minimum wage? some of my tennessee employers this week are very concerned about that. here is what we know, his actions this week have adversely impacted one million jobs either eliminating or ad verily impacting. opening the border to drug cartels, to labor gangs, to gangs, to human traffickers, sex
traffickers. making certain that fuel that you've got that crude in canada that is going to be heading over to china and sold back to us. will: right. >> these are things that do not help the u.s. economy. will: yeah. it is still, it still leaves the question what can you do about it? as executive orders what can republicans do to push back? let me move on quickly, senator, i have to ask you about this. it is stunning illegal immigrants in many states can get driver's licenses. it defies reality and logic. you and many gop regulators are looking to push back on states that grant driver's driver liceo illegal immigrants. >> what can you do about it, i filed two bills i filed. stopping 15 states including the district of columbia that give drivers licensing to illegal
aliens and restricting federal law enforcement funds to the states. this is something, will, should be a bipartisan issue. you should not reward people who purposely and intentionally break u.s. federal law. will: right. >> and that is what the states are doing. will: just common sense. i don't the other side. seems very common sense. senator blackburn, thank you for getting up to talk with us this morning. >> you got it. take care. bye-bye now. will: soming up "snl" returning to tv last night. poking fun ad everything and everyone in 2021 well everyone except one person, president biden. are we really surprised? comedian and former cast member joe piscopo is on deck.
♪. >> last topic tonight, tom brady. i will be rooting for you, tom brady. because you're the only [bleep] thing this country can still rely on. it is not like you're a weird trump guy, right? >> thanks for having me. [laughter] will: "saturday night live" returning with the first new show of 2021. since joe biden took office, point noticeably missing sketches took aim pretty much at everything but him. jedediah: former "snl" cast mem bother joe piscopo is here to react. thanks for joining us. did you like it. did you hate it. will: good morning. jedediah: good morning. what did you think. >> you know, first of all i thought gonagra since ski did a great job, went into the cast. they had him sing lyrics to the
office theme song. i was looking for joe biden. i was looking for something. i wanted to see a sketch, i don't know, just off the top of my head eric swalwell's former girlfriend fang fang. how do you not write a sketch about some one named fang fang? am i being too harsh here? will: joe, you're not. we remember this. we remember it from the obama administration. treated with kid gloves under the guise there is not that much funny about it. you know, we don't know, how does this manifest in the writers room? no we're not going to do this? no, we can't look past our bubble of like mindedness? there is no self awareness? why do we get to the place where we don't make fun of one side of the aisle. >> it's a great question. i remember writing on "snl." we used to parody ronald reagan. that was my job to parody ronald reagan who i later went on to admire. he is my hero at this point.
we would sit around, it was, everybody was, no one was safe. everybody was open game like that. then to your point, it is like, why can't they have joe biden signing like 50 executive orders, you know. then when you see, when we watch him signing the orders, if you look, as you look the camera will slip off to the side, this would have been a great sketch, kamala waiting there to come in. you need me to come in? fair is fair, right? pete: there should be. there is a group think that prevents them from seeing obvious funny stuff in front of them. something joe we have to ask you about in the real world, reopenings in new jersey. are they happening? you've been owner of a gym. you've been a part of trying to get everything opened up more quickly. what is the status of your gym but establishments over all in new jersey? >> you guys have been so freight, following those of us in small business trying to get us back into the workplace. the gym with retrofitness with
my partner stacey is doing great. we're at 25% in jersey. we're 50% in pens vain. we have retrofitness there as well. people want to get in. they want to be healthier. so they can beat this ridiculous, horrible virus, but you know what? people are waiting out the line outside. they're coming in. it is going to be back, i would respect humbly, respectfully, governor murphy, governor wolf, open it up bring everybody back. let's get healthy. so far, so good. people are coming in, we're very, very busy. thank god. thank god. jedediah: you know, joe. the homeworkouts are nice. they're not the same as going to the gym. you get to miss it out, mix it up. i think a lot of people feel that way. thanks for joining us, joe. >> i love you guys. will pete, jedediah. all the best. jedediah: of course. still general jack keane, rob
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life would you suggest is your most disciplined avenue? what area of your life are you more dedicated to the ideology that freedom is discipline? pete: i really don't know. [laughter] will: that's what i thought. pete: following the news and having an opinion on it? knowing about things? it used to be working out, it used to be the military, it used to be fitness. i'd say maybe with my kids, i discipline them well. will: oh, that's good, handing out discipline. pete: that's probably my only one. jedediah: i would have said work for you, pete. you're very disciplined about your work. we have to get back to will and find out what your area is. will: i put it on other people, then i don't have to answer. [laughter] jedediah: i love it. i love it. well, more on this, we're going
to have toing dig a little deeper and get those details from will cain. right now the pentagon is announcing it will pause the biden's -- biden administration's plan to give the covid vaccine to guantanamo detainees. >> reporter: pentagon press secretary john kirby tweeted, quote: no guantanamo detainees have been vaccinated, we're pausing the plan as we review force protection protocols. we remain committed to our obligations to keep our troops safe. the department of defense had planned to offer vaccinations this week to terrorism suspects held at guantanamo. the cdc says nearly 25 million americans have received at least one vaccine shot with tens of millions still waiting to even make an appointment drawing swift criticism of dod plans to vaccinate prisoners at
guantanamo. >> what are we doing in we've got hundreds, thousands, millions of people that don't have the opportunity to get the shot, and we're worrying about criminals that we spend millions of dollars a year to take care of. >> reporter: among the detainees, khalid sheikh mo if happened and three the others held in connection with the 2002 bombing. earlier this month workers started vaccinating residents there including about 1500 troops. during the 2020 presidential campaign, then-candidate biden promised to close the prison at guantanamo bay though offered no specific proposal. during his administration president obama unsuccessfully attempted to empty the detention center there and try all the prisoners through the federal court system. back to you guys.
pete: you know, it just didn't pass the smell test. the headline test. thankfully, someone stepped in and said this is a terrible idea not just for the obvious reason that terrorists shouldn't go in front of american citizens, but when you think of the guys still at gitmo, we had a congressman talking about who's at gitmo that would get the vaccines. >> i want to though who in biden's pentagon thought this was a good idea, who authorized it? the ones that are still there in guantanamo bay are al-qaeda's field generals. they are their enablers, their trainers, and they're the ones that refused to repent and that our intelligence shows are the most dangerous. so for all people to be in line before our seniors, it's just ridiculous and insulting, and i want those pentagon on a plane 100 miles north of florida and get them in the arms of people
who have been waiting. we need answers. will: why this happened in the first praise and why somebody saw the light remains to be answered, but at least the right decision was made. we'll move on to another big story this morning. a shift in the republican party over the last several years. this, perhaps, illustrates it the most starkly. young republicans are planning a reoccupy wall street movement following this week where investors bid up gamestop. here's a billboard in times square right now, 54th and broadway. it shows you gamestop, that's the symbol, which means printing up money, let's send it to the moon, baby. now, why are republicans embracing a reoccupy wall street
movement? here is the head of the new york young republicans. what we saw the last few days was absolutely despicable. we have the elite and the sub strata of everyone else who doesn't get to sit at the big boy table. it was coordinated. there needs to be repercussions, and it's fascinating, jed, to see those on the right now almost embracing the brand. because -- jedediah: yeah. and i think what's fascinating for me with this mar story is to see that the response has been somewhat unifying. i've been always looking for that issue where people on the left and right can come together. it's refreshing in some respects. yeah, republicans are often considered or at least labeled as allies of wall street, so it's interesting to see
particularly these young republicans rebelling and coming out and not only advocating for these billboards, advocating against this hedge fund domination that seems to exist, but they're saying this is not what we stand for and kind of redefining not only the movement and the party, but the direction that everything's going. maybe it will be republicans that come out, and that would be quite telling. nigel farage was on earlier, and he was talking about how this particular rebellion that we're seeing right now with respect to gamestop and hedge funds could be the next brexit. listen to what he had to say. >> what brexit was about was about detached political elites in brussels and in london not listening to ordinary people. the donald trump phenomenon, very much the same thing. the beltway, businesses, big banks not in touch with reality. and so it is here. look, whether people were buying
gamestop shares ordinary folk in the street, whether they're getting good value or not isn't the point. they have made a decision in what is supposed to be a free market, there there has got to be a congressional inquiry why did those brokers stop people from buying stock? i thought we lived in a free, open society? pete: yeah, we thought a lot of things in the past. that's in times square. there's other banners across the country that have gone up. and gamestop's stock season and that original meme, money printer go brr meaning printing more money. these gamestoppers, these folks on reddit on these chat rooms, they're pointing out the obvious thing, you can't print money forever. the system is fundamentally unsustainable. you with miss the point they're making because they don't write their argument in "the new york
times" in an op-ed. no, they do it on reddit chat rooms through memes, but they point out the obvious that the system is, in fact, rigged against them and regular people. who would have thought gamestop. getting short sellers sideways would have been the way in which they did it, but we're all paying attention to it. will: because these moments become symbolic. here's where the limitation is, aoc and ted cruz both saw this issue in the same light, occupy wall street and the tea party movement saw the problem with bailout a decade ago, but seeing a problem and solving a problem two different things. i would imagine aoc and ted cruz might have different solutions. and when it comes to bailouts, occupy wall street wanted to embrace more government, communism, marxism openly, and the tea party said is less government is the solution here. do we embrace a marxist ideology
as our solution to these problems? we all see the same problems, or do we revert -- pete: jed, real quick, there is a difference between this and occupy wall street. the leader said they will not be staying overnight, they do have jobs to go to, and they will be bathing. even though it's kind of like reoccupy wall street, it's not quite. [laughter] jedediah: yeah, i'm remembering that now, downtown manhattan. that was wild. that went on for a while. well there's another area where you're not going to see a lot of agreement on the left and the right, and that's when it comes to joe biden's climate executive orders, and they're been impacting -- they've been impacting businesses already around the country. lori cox is one of those business owners in midland, south dakota, and she weighed in on the impact of these particular executive orders. our whole world turned upside down with the stroke of a pen. we created a common room because there was a real sense of
community within these workers and since january 20th the entire town became an inch instant ghost -- instant ghost town. and i think this is key, right? you elect someone and immediate wily already, i mean, president biden has been in office for a very short period of time, and we're already seeing the implication of these votes. so pay attention, i think there's a lot more to come with respect to particularly climate. pete: yeah. you kill the keystone xl pipeline, you've got workers that work on it, there's a residual impact. and then you tell them go make solar panels. it's obscene. will: absolutely. we talked to the texas agricultural commissioner about can you quickly transition all these energy workers into green jobs? does it happen like that? listen. >> the problem is biden says they should go make solar panels. eight out of the ten major manufacturers of solar panels, they're in china.
doesn't help us any. this is the same talk, rehash from the obama/biden administration. anybody remember all the green job, they were going to make 5 million green jobs? remember what happened to solyndra? never turned the switch on that project, lost a half billion dollars of taxpayer money. we're going down the same road are, but we need to learn from our mistakes. will: really quickly, jed, i would say often things can be dismissed as talking points, oh, job-killing executive orders. what we see here for this motel owner literally the story of jobs being killed. that morning when they woke up, they were serving coffee, by 4 p.m. earned had checked occupant, and they had left town. that's government action in one day. jedediah: yeah. and even if you love solar panels, great, solar possibles, you can't just tell somebody
who's been a welder, oh, you're just going to do solar panels. it doesn't work like that. it's a completely different job with, you have to train people, and maybe people don't want to leave the job they love overnight. there's a lot of factors that come into play with these decisions that affect people's lives x they forget that. but we don't forget it. coming up, will they or won't they go back to the classroom? remains to be seen. chicago kids are supposed to be back to in-person learning tomorrow, but negotiations are still ongoing between the schools and the teacher union. coming up next. ♪ ♪ when you're through with powering through, it's time for theraflu hot liquid medicine. powerful relief so you can restore and recover.
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♪ ♪ >> in the face of widespread expert opinion, ct leadership has chosen to deny the facts and delay in-person learning even further. it fails to work towards an agreement in good. we will have no choice but to take further action. pete: ctu, the chicago teachers union. that was chicago's mayor blasting the union for holding out on a return to the classroom. there's still no final deal between the deal and the union -- schools and the union, so what happens to students tomorrow? joining us now is chicago parent and coach amy jacobson. thanks so much for being here this morning. so you watched this process play out, insanity. what does happen tomorrow in. >> well, we don't know. as a parent, you just wait by
your e-mail, your iphone just waiting to see whether or not they're going to go back. we've been through this before, we did this 15 months ago when they had a strike, and so they're demanding pretty much the same things. but it's not about the kids getting back in school, this is not about chlorox wipe or ppe or social distancing, this is now about defunding police again, it's about having a one-year moratorium on rent and mortgages being paid in low income neighborhoods. so this has gotten beyond ridiculous -- pete: you're saying the negotiations include defunding the police and rent moratoriums, and you're a parent -- and your kids are a little bit older, this is all pre-k-8th grade, so they're not even qualified to go back yet. meanwhile, they can't find a way to open up the schools. >> well, they're scared. and what mayor lightfoot is doing is showing them the facts. her daughter goes to a catholic
school, and they've been successful. we have 130 catholic, private and jewish schools here in the city, not one reported case of student to teacher transmission and no hospitalizations. so what they are doing, cps is replicating what those schools are doing, and it's safe to go back but the teachers, i think they enjoy teaching from home or in their second homes in florida or in hawaii or in michigan or wisconsin, wherever they have a second place. they enjoy that, and it's not about the kids. this is all about power and control, and they're making just ridiculous demands. every day is something else, something new besides housing issues or defunding police. they want to now determine, too, what the positivity rate should be in order to go back. so if the positivity rate gets up over 3%, they want to shut it all down and go remote. pete: what has been the impact on kids who don't know if they can go back to school, if they
ever will. how's that play out? >> it's hard. we're going on day 321, i've got a sophomore and a junior, and there's been so many suicides. dylan buckner, he committed suicide, we've had 27 suicides in cook county, 6 in dupage where a girl threw herself in front of a train. we've had 8 covid deaths and of those, they all had severe co-morbidities. so you do the math. i mean, this isn't fair. this is child abuse. it has got to stop and what mayor lightfoot needs to do is lock them out. shut down their computers, their mails to send a message because if she doesn't put her foot down, peter, this is going to go on through next year. pete: so well said and for appropriate passion if for
someone who's living it right now. amy jacobson, thank you so much for sharing your perspective. >> thank you. pete: thank you. still ahead, a congressman got both doses of the pfizer vaccine but somehow he still caught covid? is that possible? we're going to ask dr. marc siegel on that next. restorative. with our highest concentration of prebiotic oat intensely moisturizes over time to improve skin's resilience. aveeno® healthy. it's our nature™. did you know you can go to libertymutual.com to customizes your t car insurance's resilience. so you only pay for what you need? really? i didn't-- aah! ok. i'm on vibrate. aaah! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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♪ ♪ jedediah: congressman stephen lynch has tested positive for covid-19 despite receiving both to doses of the pfizer vaccine. his office saying, quote: while mr. lynch feels fine, he will self-quarantine and vote by proxy in congress during the coming weeks. so just how common is this? dr. siegel, help me break this down.
he got both shots, still got covid yet is asymptomatic. what do you think is happening here? >> well, jedediah, good morning. listen, he's 65 years old, and if he gets covid-19,s chances are that he would probably have some symptoms. so i think, and i can't prove this, he may be in the group that is not in the pfizer vaccine failure, but points out a different thing. even if you're fully protected, if you come in contact with someone with covid-19, you might get virus in your nose and test positive. now, what does that mean in terms of stopping spread to other people which is part two of a vaccine? part one, protect yourself. part two, protect those around you. out of israel, the data out of israel, over 200,000 people, looks like someone like congressman lynch, if he remains asymptomatic, may not only not
get sick, but are have a decreased rate of spreading it to others. it's also possible he's not fully immunized nine days after getting the vaccine, i think it's more likely he caught the virus in his nose but won't get sick. it's a new way of thinking about it. jedediah: so remind us again when you get the shot, how long does it take to get immunity in what is that time frame? >> well, so after the second dose pfizer saying about seven days, but it's actually 7-14 days. expect time when buck -- and the time when you can be really sure is two weeks of after the second dose when you would get up to that9 5% -- 95% protection for sure. jedediah: all right, doctor. we have another topic. the biden administration, it's been reported they have lost track of 20 million vaccine doses. what happened here? >> well, first of all, this is a wake-up call that we need more federal oversight than we've
seen of. we have about 50 million doses distributed, about 30 million have gotten into arm, about 5 million of those are second doses. so that's another way of i saying, jedediah, that some of this may still be in freezers waiting to be second does. i believe that the numbers are going to come up towards each other as time goes on. some of this is second dose differentiation, but i also believe that the federal government needs to know what happens to vaccines once they get to the states. where are they? what freezer are they in? who's going to get them in we need more federal oversight, and i think we're heading in that direction especially with the national vaccine centers. pharmacies are purpose better at tracking -- much better at tracking this. they have databases that the feds will plug into. the pharmacy involvement will help. jedediah: that's a great point. you have a new op-ed. it's titled deadly or not, the latest covid-19 mutations and
you. marley the one coming out of the u.k. -- particularly one coming out of the u.k., some are saying it's more deadly, more contagious. what do you make of the mutations, and which ones should we be watching closely? >> jed die ya, great question. people need to understand why this is happening. this is an rna virus it's got a lot of genetic temple it doesn't mutate as much as hiv or flu does, but if you have this much virus around, tremendous amount around the world, you're going to see variants spin off. and they want a survival add advantage. the way they survive is by spreading more end rapidly, so we'll keeping a big eye on the united kingdom, the south africa. the one in south africa seems to evade the vaccine, and as dr. of sapphire said yesterday on the show, by the way, the solution to all of this is vaccinate
everybody and stamp down these variants before they merge. that's what's key here. we can still beat. this. jedediah: dr. marc siegeling thanks for being with us this morning, we appreciate it. >> thanks, jed. jedediah: up next, dozens of san francisco schools set to be renamed because the historic figures they're named of after were named offensive. rob smith is here to sound off on that next. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ you're hurting me, but it's all right. ♪ will: welcome back to "fox & friends." let's take the pulse of the insanity across the country. let's bring in rob smith, the host of rob smibt is problematic podcast. rob, here's the insanity. of course at this point you've probably heard that san francisco is in the process of renaming, well, everything. erasing history, erasing school names including george washington, abraham lincoln, thomas jefferson, paul revere,
dianne feinstein, francis scott key, all of these names being yanked off of schools. now why, rob, why? pete: first, let me just point this out, they're not going very deep on their research. >> one organization pushing back pointed out the following. the google sheet that contains the research referenced by the committee generally contains a single link tough a wikipedia page. so they're going to wikipedia, they're going to news articles, they're finding some link, and they're saying get rid of paul revere. >> well, first of all, we have to start with some fact it is. the san francisco public school system has about a 55% proficiency e rate in reading and a 50% proficiency rate in math which means basically have the kids can't read, and half the kids can't do math.
and they're using all of this stuff to distract from the fact that they are just not educating children. this is indicative of a sort of lodge rick around the woke left which is that they have a certain idea of what they think these his editor call figures are. and instead of going to facts and actually books and learning, today go to articles written by other people on the woke left on the internet. is so it's actually really crazy. and like i said, when we talk about the public school system, we really need to be asking the question how this educating children, and this is not educating children. this is supposed to distract from the fact that they are not educating children. pete: so true. it's amazing how far we've come. i know it's san francisco, but often times it's a harbinger of other things to come. let's go to private schools and elite private schools on the other side of our country, here in new york, the dalton school, some of the anti-racist
curriculum they're now putting into the school. parents are fighting back. here's a part of what parents said in pushing back on the agenda of the tallton school. every class this year has had an obsessive focus on race and identity, de-centering whiteness in art class, learning about white supremacy in health class, why wildly inappropriate. finish it seems insane that we have to say this, but let's restore the centrality of education to the schools' mission. the dalton school's gone fully woke, and the parents, they don't like it all that much. >> yeah. well, look, there used to be a period where people would actually send their children to private schools in order to get away from this stuff. parents at the tallton school are -- dalton school are paying $55,000 a year.
there is this obsessive focus, and i read a little bit of the demand that people wanted. they wanted a focus on white supremacy and oppression. they wanted actually for when black staffers are hired for the cools to pay off their student debt. to like i said, this is not about educating children, this is about teaching the black children that they're victims and teaching the white children that they're oppressors. and this is just not the way to educate children, and it's really scary that this is going to the private school system as well. would any of you want to pay $55,000 a year to be told their kid is a white supremacist? probably not. jeff cred and the big part of this story, i worked in a school are similar to dalton in a nearby neighborhood. they run very liberal. the parent bodies tend to run very liberal. so the fact that parents are
responding means that curriculum has gone so crazy that in new york city with a liberal parent body in large part, that is too much, rob. it's too much each for them. >> yeah. and, jed, the whole thing about it is as well that some of these parents are so afraid to speak up that they won't even put their names on it. this letter was, i believe, released anonymously because they're so afraid of the pushback they would get, and that's actually really scary. like i said, this should always be about the education of children. will: it always should. unfortunately, it really is -- it rarely is, rob. thanks, rob. pete: thanks, rob. jedediah: thanks. will: here we go. now we've got to go back to insanity. [laughter] take it away, adam. adam: yeah. it's insane, at least this winter storm working across the
country. here's what we're looking at, snow currently falling in chicago, running up along the east coast. areas like d.c., up through live in and new york city -- fill deaf ya -- even as we get going into tuesday we're still lingering on the back side of this some. how much snow are we talking about? in some cases maybe 6 minutes, but it could be closer to a foot in new york city and philadelphia. pete: a prominent suspect in the infamous d.b. cooper sky jacking case has died. he was at the top of the investigative list of suspects for the 1971 sky jacking. a man who called himself dan cooper held 36 people hostage
for $200,000 before parachuting away with the money. the case remains unsolved. wow. video shows the coast guard rescuing a woman from a ship off the coast of washington state. guard members pulling her onto a medical helicopter hovering above the water. the coast or guard was called in when the woman started having trouble breathing and going in and out of consciousness on this ship. her condition not known at this time. the tampa bay buccaneers fan hoisted a bucs fan at the top of mount kilimanjaro after reaching the top. they are playing next sunday's big game against the kansas city chiefs. and we want to wish an early happy birthday to retired lieutenant colonel bill lucene
jr. known as bubba to his grandkids, he end listed in the marine corps during world war ii, met his wife, went on to have five boys. he continues to hunt, fish and play golf, he also served in the korean war and stood up the national guard in chisholm, minnesota. his grandson was best friends with me in high school -- will: oh, really? pete: the one on the right is my buddy, bubba is his grandpa. so happy 100th birthday to a hero. will: absolutely. happy birthday. jedediah: 100, that's awesome. happy birthday. coming up, dean cain, maria bartiromo and general jack keane. stick with us. ♪ how i feel. ♪
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♪ ♪ will: three homicide cases in three states rocking their communities as suspects in each are revealed to be teenagers. from a mom of three allegedly killed by two 14-year-olds to a louisiana walmart stabbing live streamed the on facebook and a massacre in indiana that left six dead including a pregnant woman and her unborn child. fox news' nancy grace is here to break down the cases. thanks for being with us. the uber eats driver who was killed by a 14-year-old. tell us what we should know. >> very, very disturbing. as a matter of fact, there were two 14-year-old, this is called in criminal law baby felons, in other words, juvenile offenders. i spoke at length with her his, and it was heartbreaking.
this 31-year-old mother of three the, the children -- i want you to hear this -- ages 5, 7, 11, are walking up saying can i talk to mommy in they don't get it. this family were in a financial mess, both parents were working 2-3 jobs. this mom was an uber eats driver as a send job. she had seven orders left to go, and this is what i've learned. she was walking up a breezeway. it's open, trudging up unarmed with her hands full of food. she was easily identifiable. 7:30 at night on saturday night. so these two 14-year-old predators came armed with a knife, attacked her, stabbed her in the neck. she started bleeding out before she could even make the delivery. they take off running. guess what they stole? her cell phone. that's it.
they have given incriminating statements to police, there was video surveillance, but nothing can bring mommy back. what are they looking at? the reality is under the law not the death penalty and not life without parole. will: you know, nancy, that reminds me of that case here in new york city where the columbia student was killed by young perpetrators as well, seemingly no motive. and you have another one, this louisiana walmart if stabbing. again, multiple teenagers live streamed. in fact, let's take a quick look at this crime from your special -- >> brace yourself. will: okay. >> with girls who kill, envy is a strong motivator. you know, you're popular, you're beautiful, you're smart. you're not all that, we're going to prove you're not all that. we have power over you, and not only do we have power over you, or we're going to make you look terrible in front of the entire world, we're going to expose your suffering. so they never thought that they
would get caught. will: nancy, i just mentioned no seeming motive, but is there a motive for these types of things that went on in louisiana? >> well, i have learned very often, and i have prosecuted many, many juveniles including as young as 14 tried as adults for murder. did i like it? the no. did i do it? yes, because it was my duty. you find in female, especially teen female killers, a completely different psychopathy. the victim was celebrating her 15th birthday at the theater, she came over to walmart after. these girls, 13, 12 and 14, get new yorks down from the display -- knives down from the display, chase her down -- get ready, they live streamed it, facebook live, they posted about it. they showed no remorse. they said, hey, she's leaking. bleeding. the little girl bled out.
they chased her through walmart and stabbedded her dead in the aisles. and they posted it! it's a whole level of psychopathy i have never seen. there's all the tate's evidence right there. they're looking at life for a juvenile. will: it doesn't make any sense at all. yous also -- >> doesn't have to. will: and maybe that's what we all have to understand. we're not dealing in the realm of logic and rationality anyway. by the way, you also focused on the indiana family massacre that many people have heard about, this terrible thing, multiple family members killed. it's all, by the way, in crime stories with nancys grace, fox nation -- with nancy grace. original content. you've got to go to foxnation.com and sign up today. nancy, thanks for laying out what we might see on your special tonight. thank you. >> thank you, friend. will: take care.
coming up, could man's best friend be the future of tracking covid? how a team of researchers is training dogs to sniff out the virus. that's next. little things can become your big moment. that's why there's otezla. otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats differently. for psoriasis, 75% clearer skin is achievable, with reduced redness, thickness, and scaliness of plaques. for psoriatic arthritis, otezla is proven to reduce joint swelling, tenderness, and pain. and the otezla prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring. don't use if you're allergic to otezla. injedediah: and the big part of tell your doctor if you have a history of depression or suicidal thoughts or if these feelings develop. some people taking otezla reported weight loss. your doctor should monitor your weight and may stop treatment. upper respiratory tract infection and headache may occur.
♪ ♪ pete: a team of researchers at florida international university are turning man's best friend into covid's worst enemy. good writing there. training dogs to detect the virus on as far ass with perhaps up to 90 percent accuracy. will: it's becoming increasingly popular. just last week another group of canines did a once over on miami heat fans before they entered the game. jedediah: joining us to discuss, fiu provost and executive vice president ken furton.
we love dogs, we love them even more after reading this story. tell the us about what the dogs are actually able to do once they complete the training. will: looks like -- pete: you got us? jedediah: having some trouble? we lost him. pete: you're the dog expert. will: i have questions, jedediah. how in the world do dogs go about smelling covid? that's what i want to know right away. jedediah: well, i think -- will: good luck. [laughter] jedediah: what i was reading is basically not only can they smell the virus in some way, but they smell the changes that your body goes through as it reacts to the virus. and you'll know this. like, when i was pregnant, my dog knew something was going on. if you have a cold, you may notice your pet sniffs around you with. they sense these changes in chemicals that in your body as they react to viruses, bacteria
and what not. so i think that's a little bit of what's happening. pete: i also have have a card in front of me which says all detector dogs are train thed to the odor. covid has some particular odor that can be identified. will: that's what i was going to say. and then the question is how do you distinguish it -- i think you're absolutely right, jedediah, dogs can sense changes in humans not just physically, but emotionally as well, obviously. how does a dog get trained to distinguish covid from the common if cold or whatever else going on? jedediah: i'm getting it has that particular -- but, guys, think about the impact of that. not only in terms of the ability to disinfect surfaces which i think is the primary reason this is helpful, but also think about going into an arena, a stadium, and you have dogs there that can sense who has -- now,ing i don't know how this would work though if you were asymptomatic.
there's a lot that they need to figure out, but i think it's a testament to how these animals could be used. pete: this is an exercise in trying to say what the guest is going to say through pure speculation. we did the best we could. jedediah: dogs are amazing. pete: it is interesting, what do you do once you detect someone in line with covid? will: it's time the go. jedediah: yeah. [laughter] will: we gotta get out of here. pete: can't stay here. saturday night live back on the air, yet after years of politically-charged jokes, this week they skipped over poking fun at the new president. dean cain sounds off on the obvious double standard. ♪ ♪ come on, brother, and clap your hands. ♪ everybody just wants to dance ♪♪ is mealtime a struggle?
♪ ♪ i just can't get enough, i just can't get enough. ♪ pete: how grow pronounce that band name? will: depeche mode. pete: never heard of 'em. jedediah: what? pete: i know songs but i don't always know artests. i don't know, pretty sad -- artists. jedediah: will is stunned that you don't know depeche mode. [laughter] pete: my knock knowledge -- knowledge is very confined to certain spaces, otherwise it all just falls out of my head. wellwell clearly, your knowledge is really specific and in depth
on britney spears and justin timberlake, but dare one venture outside those boundaries -- [laughter] pete: welcome to fourth hour of "fox & friends." as the snowstorm approaches, it is national hot chocolate day. it is also national backwards day. i don't know what that means. i want to challenge you though, will, have you ever tried to say the alphabet backwards? will: i cannot do that. i have buddies who can speak backwards, say it in reverse. jedediah: can't do either of those things. can't help you guys out. will: forwards right now. here's one of the big topics of the day, and it's education. negotiations going on in chicago to try to get students back in school. there's been over 60 meet education between the teachers union and the chicago public school district to try to get students back in the classroom. a strike is looming ahead of
tomorrow morning. but there still isn't a plan in place. and this is after joe biden has vowed to reopen schools nationwide. we spoke a little earlier to a chicago public school parent about the toll this is taking on everyone. listen. >> harold. i mean, i've got a sophomore and a junior, and it was supposed to be 14 days, and now we're going on day 321. we're trying to keep it together, and there's been so many suicides. we have a total of about 40 suicides, but yet we've had 8 covid deaths. and of those 8 covid deaths, they all had severe co-morbidities. you do the math. this isn't fair. this is child abuse, and it has got to stop. and what mayor lightfoot needs to do tomorrow is shut down their computers, she can do it, shut down their mails, just sented a message. because if she doesn't send a message tomorrow the, peter, this is going to go on until next year. jedediah: yeah. and the teachers are going to
strike on monday. if they do, in fact, strike, those lawsuits from parents are going to roll out. i think it's really important that we've also been highlighted and that mom highlighted so beautifully the mental health impacts on people, the suicide rates, the depression, the anxiety the students have had to deal with because they're working remotely. also remember disadvantaged students have been suffering a lot. they don't have access to a lot of the technology that you need to work remotely, so not being in a classroom has been really painful. it's just been horrible. i'm ooh curious what the consequences will be. mayor lightfoot has said there's going to be consequences for teachers who don't show up. pete: apparently, they opened the schools in chicago for some of the special you would kids, teachers that did not show up, they were cut out of their mail accounts, is so it sounds like they have some levers that they could use, kind of like the ronald reagan air traffic
controller thing. but the negotiations are so off the rails. the 60 meetings that have happened so far, the teachers unions are demanding defund the police and moratoriums on rent payments. they say it's about safety, but then you've got parents whose kids are not within in school for a year, she's got a junior and a senior. she teaches volleyball. he said they can't even get kindergartners-eighth grade, to show up for school. and this is a moment where we'll find out whether one democrat politician has the courage to stand up to the mobs of unions that doesn't care about the kids. will: do you remember yesterday we played a sound bite from white house press secretary jen psaki where she said, what, republicans don't want to open schools now? that was because the white house wants to attach the covid-19 stimulus relief bill.
in other words, who's holding education hostage? who's interested in reopening schoolings? let me give you just one more example of that. here's bernie sanders laying out what he think it's going to take to get schools to reopen. >> we do not have 60 votes from republicans to address the catastrophes that are ime pacting working families today. so the only way that we are going to deal effect ily with the -- effectively with the pandemic, increase vaccine production, the only way we're going to raise the minimum wage to a living wage to people are not working for starvation wages, the only way we're going to open up our schools in a way that is safe, the only way that we're going to put people back to work in restaurants and protect small businesses, the only way we're going to do that is reconciliation. will: the only way we're going to open up schools, jedediah,
the only way we're going to raise the minimum wage is through reconciliation which is the budget process, the legislation process to reconcile the budget. in other words, the only way we're going to get this done is by tying it all together and pushing it through this one-party mechanism. jedediah: yeah. never let an opportunity go to waste to pack it all in, and maybe with any luck, people won't read the bill, and there'll be something stuck in there all the way to the bottom, and we'll roll it back. that's essentially what he's saying, not acknowledging so many of these families have suffered as a result of schools not opening this whole time. you had jobs, you had, you know, two income households become one income households, how do you think that affects children, their ability in talking about wages, the way that you empower things, empower schools and businesses to be reopened safely, yes, these businesses have, you know, their best intentions at heart. they want people to trust them.
all of that has been blocked for so long, and now suddenly some bill's going to come through and hand people x amount of money and that's going to fix everything? that's not how it works. pete: it's extortion, is what it is. if you want to open the schools and the businesses, open them up. you're telling me you have to pass a bunch of -- trillions of dollars of government spending is that we can do something we can already do? it's exactly how washington works. they use that crisis, they ram it down your throat, and reconciliation, budget process, all they need is 51 votes. they know that, they can't get past the 60-vote mark in the senate, so they use a procedure to try to get to that number. representative walz was on our program earlier, we asked him about this. here was his take. >> the democrats are always pounding the table about support the science. there is no science that says school openings are a problem. kids have a 99.98% chance of
being fine. even if they then get the virus. of finish this is finish and the thing that most upsets me with this coming from bernie sanders is that this is class warfare in the sense that if you're a white collar worker, you can stay home when your kids are locked at home going to school. if you're a truck driver, construction worker, waitress, you can't. this is no reason these schools can't be open route now. and to -- right now. and to see the democrats using that as an excuse to push their progressive policies is shameful. pete: and they use every excuse they can. amy jacobson, that chicago public school parent, pointed out the fact that the teachers unions are demanding a ridiculously low threshold of covid infections. so they're rigging the science in a way that any covid case forces the chicago schools to close down yet again. will: and joe biden said something about redoing
ventilation systems in schools to get teachers back in. how long would that take? how many hurdles? if. jedediah: forever. will: new york city council plans to introduce a police reform package that would shrink the footprint in the city and increase accountability. it would also give the council the power to deny the mayor's choices for commissioner. governor andrew cuomo says reform plans must be submitted by april 1st or risk losing state funding. and the nfl season isn't even over, but there's already been a blockbuster off-season style trade. the detroit lions have anticipated matthew stafford to the los angeles rams for quarterback jared golf and several draft picks -- jared goff. the deal won't be official until march. stafford will leave as detroit's
all-time leader in all major passing categories. pete: who got the best part of the deal? will: i think the rams did, they got staff ard. a new orleans home owner does a golden girls take on mardi gras. ♪ thank you for being a friend. ♪♪ will: this so-called house float taking the hit 1980s sitcom and giving it a carnival makeover. you can see sophia, rose, blanche and dorothy. the homeowner says he had to turn off his ring doorbell camera because so many people had been -- the stafford story was really easy for me, jedediah. i blew through that one and didn't even have to think about it. [laughter] that one -- what is going on here? jedediah: we are the complete, we're the complete opposite.
that golden girls popped up, i was like, that's amazing. kind of a dorothy, i think. it's on reruns. you can catch up if you're not familiar with the golden girl, now is the time. watch the reruns -- pete: called it a house float, so it's a stationary float, right? of. [laughter] because they're not doing the real mardi gras, you make your own mardi gras at your house. jedediah: yes. it's like a drive-by. [laughter] i loved it. all right. still ahead, texas is pushing back on joe biden's job-killing climate agenda as governor greg abbott directs the state to defeinted its energy sectoral -- defend its energy sector at all costs. plus general jack keane, dean cain and maria bartiromo. stick with us. ♪ ♪ hood. ♪ rock music ♪
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♪ ♪ pete: welcome back. nato forces plan to stay in afghanistan are calling for u.s. support past the may 2021 deadline laid out in the taliban police agreement. as the pentagon reports, well, the taliban are not honoring their end of the deal. >> taliban have not met their commitments. without them meeting their commitments to renounce terrorism and to stop the violent attacks on the afghan national security forces and, you know, the afghan people, it's very hard to see a specific way forward for the negotiated settlement, but we're still committed to that. there's no question about that. pete: here to react, retired four-star general jack keane. we know who the taliban are, so is this about the taliban, or is this about a new administration having a different view on afghanistan? >> no, no.
president trump set conditions for departure on 1, may, and those conditions aren't being met. the biden administration is acknowledging the same thing that people in the trump administration did. the taliban, number one, have not disowned and separated themselves from the al-qaeda. and, number two, as opposed to decreasing the violence and ultimately going to a ceasefire, what have they done? they've increased the violence against the afghan national security forces. that's not likely someone who's looking for a peace agreement in power sharing as an end of a conflict. they're looking for additional leverage. and the recent report that came out from the treasury department that said, actually, the threat of al-qaeda is increasing because of the taliban's association with them inside of afghanistan, that report was written by the trump administration's treasury department, published under the biden administration. but all the investigator work
was done -- investigative work was done prior. pete: you must have been reading my mind, here's a portion or what the treasury said. as of 2020, al-qaeda is gaining strength in afghanistan while continuing to operate under the taliban's protection. al-qaeda capitalizes on its relationship through its network of mentors and advisers embedded with the taliban providing advice, guidance and financial support. general, why should we expect any of this to change? when, as you said, a lot of it has to do with leverage? >> yeah. well, i think, you know, going back to the original premise that you mentioned, i mean, we know the taliban well. this is the same organization that in 2001 was running afghanistan and protecting the al-qaeda, and president george bush offered them a deal. separate yourself from al-qaeda, disown them x we will not attack you, we will only attack the al-qaeda. they choose to protect the al-qaeda. they put their regime at are
risk and thousands of fighters which they lost as well, and they're been involved in -- they've been involved in a 20 the-year conflict as a result of it. that's how much they care about their brothers, thal a al qaeda. we have got to hold their feet to the fire here or the american people are going to be threatened by the al-qaeda i newing its capability -- renewing its capability inside afghanistan. that's what our concern is here: the security of the american people is of the uppermost concern. pete: that's true, general, but there are so many threats around the globe, as you know. all these big, geopolitical issues. at what point do we say -- we always talk about conditions on the ground. at what point is the condition on the ground that we'll never meet the condition on the ground? we can't stay in perpetuity, can we have a strategy that recognizes that as well? >> yeah, i think three presidents have. we only have four places where we're concerned about radical
islam, where we're willing to put american soldiers' lives at risk. one is in syria, the other is iraq, the other is yemen and eastern africa. that's it. in addition to that, it's afghanistan. the other 40-50 radical's lammic movements that are around the world threatening other people, we are not involved in. we are made that strategic decision. we're only going to be involved in those threats where the radical islamist group has aspirations to attack america and the security of the american people are at racing. i think that's a -- at risk. i think that's a pretty good decision. and the amount of forces involved are very modst. pete: well said. jen jack keane -- general jack keen, we appreciate it. all right, coming up, saturday night live returning to tv last night poking fun at everything and everyone in 2021 except president biden. are we really surprised? dean cain on deck the help us out with that.
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muck. ♪ jedediah: we are back with some quick headlines. a brewery is offering $1 beers for gamestop employees. hop and sing brewery in grapevine, texas, says it wants to show support for the workers following the stock-trading frenzy. the deal will last until further notice to all employees as long as they can provide proof. and people are puzzled over pizza hut's detroit-style pizza. chicago is known for its deep dish, new york for its thin crust, but piece9 is saw from detroit? -- pizza from detroit? we're going to have to weigh in from pete on that in a minute. pete: that looks so -- that's my
death row last meal right there. will: detroit pizza. pete: look at that crust. will: i've never heard of detroit pizza, but i appreciate your enthusiasm. all right, governor greg abbott going on the defensive against the biden administration's climate agenda. >> texas is going to protect the oil and gas industry from any type of hostile attack launched from washington d.c. i have we me an executive order that i'm about to sign that will direct every state agency to use all lawful powers and tools to challenge any federal action that threatens the strength the, the vitality or the independence of the energy industry in texas. commissioner george p. bush. good morning, josh. >> good morning -- george. will: what lawful means, what
tools does texas have to push back against executive orders from president biden? >> well, first, as it relates to the keystone pipeline, our office is assessing the the exposure that we have to the state portfolio to the pipeline, in other words, trying to pause the action of this dangerous liberal-progressive idea. as it relates to the federal leasing of oil and gas production, thankfully, or texas not controlled by the feds. but if you look at blue states like new mexico, half of their production potentially will be frozen, and they're looking at a billion dollar hit to their upcoming budget because of this action alone, at the toke of a pen. so -- stroke of a pen. so it's a very dangerous precedent that's being set by the president, and the governor rightfully is standing up for an important industry for our state. will: i think the governor gave that press conference in the midland/odessa area. we've talked to people from south dakota, other areas, you mentioned new mexico where job
losses could be immediate when it comes to these executive the orders. what is texas looking at when it comes to job losses from the energy sector? >> well, the pandemic already had an impact. if you look at the beginning of the pandemic when oil was priced negatively, it certainly had its impact, but if there's a resilient industry, it's the oil and gas industry. in '09 it was actually the oil and gas industry that created one out of every three new jobs nationally just in oil-producing states like ours. of so for the president to talk about job creation and to go against the wishes of even the union leaders and several democrats in the congress that are in oil-producing states to. present these order -- implement these orders is, again, it's a hostile takeover of an industry that's the life blood for the nation's economy. of. will: absolutely. make climate consideration an essential element on foreign policy and national security, and here we go, this is what you
just talked about, pauses new oil and gas leases on public lands, federal lands, offshore waters. directs federal agencies to eliminate toes fill fuels -- toes fill fuel subsidies by 2030, also establishes a civilian climate corpses. do you think -- corps. do you think texas can successfully push back on these executive orders? >> absolutely. absolutely. we've done it in the past. is so when i was firsting elected, i got elected in the middle of the obama administration. we successfully in the courthouse won a bid to abolish hydraulic fracturing in texas at the city level. we've also fought back on the endangered species act and other measures that were undertaken by the left not only in state government, but federal government. so historically, if you look at, you know, texas, we've been able to maintain our state lands since the republic days of 1836, so i'm confident. but even people like obama, you know, even though they were
against the keystone pipeline, they didn't sign an executive order shutting down an important infrastructure piece in a partnership with canada and making sure we can be energy secure. i would rather we create american jobs and leverage american resources rather than relying upon the middle east and other sources of foreign energy. will: right. jobs from canada down to the gulf coast affected with the stroke of a pen. george p. bush, texas land commissioner, thanks for your time this morning. >> good to be with you. will: saturday night live back on the air for the first time since joe biden took office, and suddenly the presidency's not that funny. >> here to help us answer that question is the new majority holder of gamestop. would you say the stock market still works? >> first of all, it's pronounced the stock -- stop market. [laughter] hell, yeah, it works. will: dean cain here next.
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food trend on tiktok last year x they're still flying off the shelveses. pete: lucky for us, new york cake café sent us over a variety. i'm told will is an expert -- will: they keep saying that. my kids love it. pete: show me how to do it. will: you take the bomb, you drop it in your mug and just pour hot milk on it. it's melting your bomb in there, should be. pete: that is the bomb, will. will: if our milk is hot enough. [laughter] pete: okay, i'm watching. jedediah: is it working? pete: it hasn't bombed yet. they call that a dud in the military. will: it's not the fault of the bomb. it would be the fault of the milk if it's not melting. pete: caitlin! [laughter] explain yourself. will: it's starting to go. pete: oh, will it is. will: and look inside, there's
stuff inside. marshmallows inside the thing. pete: good job. jedediah: new york cake café makes delicious bombs. i've had that in the past, to apparently you guys just did something wrong. how odd. all right. we're going to bring in actor dean cain now. he's going to weigh in, hey, dean, are you with us? there he is. welcome, dean. >> good morning. hot milk -- will: look at that. i'm going to work on this. jedediah: there you go. yeah, they're going to work on their hot chocolate, ooh i'm going to ask you a little bit about snl. let's play a clip, actually, if we have that ready for dean, and then he can react, give us his impression of what he thought of it. >> the new year and we have a new president, so something should work. but do they? would you say the stock market still works? >> first of all, it's pronounced a stock market. [laughter] hell, yeah, it works.
see i told you, i put all my money in gamestop, and i can't lose. >> next let's look at social media. you've had to suspend the accounts of many on social media. how did that go? >> not well. it seems to have forced those e people onto darker, or scarier apps where their delusion and bloodlust has run wild. >> and our last topic tonight, tom brady. it's not like you're a weird trump guy or anything, right? >> thanks for having me. [laughter] jedediah: so what'd you think, dean? >> well, the first show of the new year, got a new president, john krasinski's hosting, so i had real high hopes. i kind of felt like, meh. there were a couple moments that were okay. that was maybe the funniest moment in the whole show. with all these great performers they have and with joe biden sitting in the oval office who is a gaffe a minute, how could they not have made fun of joe biden at all? there was zero making fun of joe
biden or kamala harris, so i pretty disappointed with them in that. i mean, you have to dish out easily. they're starting to, it was nice to see them make fun of zuckerberg and the twitter guy, so i'd like to see -- [laughter] but i felt overall how to you not make fun of joe biden? there are more gaffes and gifs and memes online that are funnier than anything -- pete: that's true. and ther berg part of that -- zuckerberg part of that clip was hilarious. dean, i've got to ask you about the left coast, you're in l.a. open the books is an organization that looks at and audits officials and different departments. according to a recent audit, l.a. homeless officials -- meaning those in los angeles who are charged with taking on the issue of homelessness -- they make more than white house
cabinet members. 20,000ty employees in l.a. make over $150,000. if you're out there looking at that and saying, you know, i pay my taxes, i work hard, but 20,000 people are so indispensable that they have to make 150,000 in l.a.? >> open the books is a great organization because we don't take a look behind the curtain that often, and they do all the time. it really is eye-opening. hollywood is one of those places where you can fail upward -- pete: that's true. >> you can screw up royalty, and you get promoted. the head of homelessness here in los angeles doing a horrible job in terms of numbers but making more money than ben carson. it's, like i said, hollywood, washington and maybe parts of the military sometimes. will: you were talking about saturday night live and how many material is ripe for them. it's not just joe biden.
what about andrew cuomo? what about gavin newsom? los angeles is ready to relax dining restrictions, you're free to go outside, but you can't be watching tv while you do that. ahead of the super bowl, no tv. by the way, or perfect for saturday night live, not for life in california. >> 100%. those are the things they need to be making fun of. i think it's ridiculous. at a certain point in time, adults are going to do what adults do. and you can only treat us like children for so long before people just start saying, forget it, it's not going to happen. and i think people are right about at that. ing i'm glad we're able to have outdoor dining. we're in los angeles where the wind is blowing and it's beautiful. we just shut that down even though that's not where our numbers are coming from or schools. so, yeah, i think people have pretty much had it with governor newsom. he might be recalled, and people
have talked to me about running for governor, but i don't think i want that job. will: i think you let the cat out of the bag. [laughter] pete: the headline from the show today the, dean cain considering gubernatorial run in california. it's official. jedediah: there you go. [laughter] thanks for joining us, dean. [laughter] all right. we're going to head over to adam klotz for a weather update. hey, adam. adam: good morning, guys. tracking a winter storm sweeping its way from the mud west, we've seen heavy snow from chicago, indianapolis, other towards cincinnati. this is working it way towards eventually some major cities, d.c., philadelphia, getting up towards new york. winter storm watches and warnings across this entire region, and because it's such a slow mover, that's why you end up seeing so much slow. this is the future forecast, it runs you through sunday all the way through monday and tuesday. you're still looking at the back side of this system dropping snow across portions of new
england. this is going to stick with us a little while. maybe a half a foot in washington, d.c., getting up to a foot in philadelphia, close to it here in new york city. i think if you're a little farther inland, there's going to be areas across pennsylvania, new jersey, connecticut where we're looking at a good foot of snow, maybe a foot and a half. a real major winter storm system we'll be watching the next couple of days. back out to you guys. will: thanks so much, adam. anyone remember occupy wall street? rising up against the so-called 1%? if well, the cause is gaining an unlikely supporter in the wage of the gamestop trading scandal. who's that? who's supporting a reoccupy wall street? we'll tell you next with maria bartiromo. ♪ ♪ everyone remembers the moment they heard... "you have cancer.”
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♪ ♪president welcome back. a quick look at the week ahead. will: tomorrow is national freedom day. later became the 13th amendment abolish eking slavery. then on tuesday it's groundhog day. punxsutawney phil will come out of hibernation. if phil sees his shadow, legend says we'll have six more weeks of winter. and next sunday, of course, the super bowl is going on down in tampa. get your snacks ready. the kansas city chiefs face off against the tampa bay buccaneers. pete: national freedom day honoring what abraham lincoln did, but he's not allowed to be named on a school -- will: exactly. pete: all right. today members of new york's young republicans planning a reoccupy wall street protest echoing the energy from the 2011 movement railing against the top 1% in the wake of the gamestop trading scandal. so if you open up "the new york post," you see a quote from the
president of the new york republicans sort of slamming what's happened with the shutdown, the ability to trade gamestop. what we saw the last few days was absolutely despicable. it ticked off a lot of people. we have police and the sub-strata of everyone else who doesn't get to sit at the big boy table, there needs to be repercussions. it's interesting to see the young republicans sounding like democrat may have spoken about wall street ten years ago even though the solutions, as you pointed occupant, much winter -- out, much different. will: democrats were looking for maxism as their answer -- marxism as their answer to these problems. we'll see what republican answers are, but one thing he's right about, jedediah, is his diagnosis. we're seeing society bifurcate into, as he put it, a sub-strata. it's media, it's everywhere you look, academia. that is the biggest divide i see in society right now, we'll see
how republicans address it. jedediah: yeah. also big tech, obviously. we've within talking about that a lot throughout the year with cent sorship and what not. i think people's eyes are open who weren't before. they're now saying, wait, hold on a second, there is a have versus have nots that's happening here. i don't know what's going to happen in terms of solutions, i'm no financial expert, but i think something that emerged here that's going to be a movement to try to empower people who feel like they have no voice. pete: it will be different if they do plan on not staying overnight because they have jobs monday and they plan to shower. we talked about football experts -- financial experts, perfect time to bring in maria bartiromo with a quick presue of "sunday morning futures." maria: hey, guys, thank you so much. we are going to continue the conversation that you guys are having, because i'm talking with stephen miller, former white house executive and adviser for
president trump, and he makes a good point. if we are going to see blacklisting culture and we are going to see conservative speech shut down, what about other areas of the economy? this is a slippery slope. are people going to say, well, we're not going to sell you a car, republicans? we're not going to issue you a mortgage, conservatives in -- conservatives in how far does this go. and you said what will republicans do? i want to know what president biden will do. because president biden campaigned on unity, and he continues to talk about unity. wouldn't it be powerful for the commander in chief to come out and say, stop. republicans, conservatives have a right to have their point of view. i may not agree with it, but stop this. so we'll see what the president has to say about it, and we'll talk about it coming up in about ten minutes. breaking news coming up on the other side of this program. wisconsin will we'll be watching. thanks, maria. maria: thank you so much. will: coming up, a family-owned
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give proceeds to the barstool fund which is helping these small businesses in such an immediate way, it's a real privilege and awesome for us to be a part of. jedediah: when people hear the story, i think their first instinct is to say this has been a really hard time for small businesses around the country, and yet you managed to do something wonderful in the process. what has it been like for you, and how have you managed to do something so amazing given the obstacles you've faced? >> yeah, thank you. we've definitely been impacted by the pandemic. you know, our store where my brothers are at right now had to close for months. but just for us to do a small part in helping these small businesses has been awesome. so we can't thank all of you enough for that support and helping these small businesses. jedediah: conrad, who came up with the idea for the hats? >> i would have to say that that was jimmy's idea right here. him and sophia. [laughter] we're actually wearing the hats
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