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>> sean: our villain of the day of the day is from the rhode island democratic party writing about lindsey graham's break through case of covid, saying it's wrong to hop the 19 i remember when i had my health challenging times on the phone with you and we were joking how many people want you dead? i can't count. >> i think that is true and i remember that. i have a sense of humor.
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laura: they were nasty but they are the humanitarians and we're the hardhearted ones, remember that. it you translation book and we can interpret all their comments. i'm going to pick up where you left off. i'm laura ingraham. as the angle predicted you may remember biden would never be strong enough to stand up to the squad and today we proven right again. i have a hint, bad news if you are a landlord. a well-known canadian urologist was part of the group that did the early research on the mrna covid vaccine now says part of it was a mistake. he will tell us what is later. new york death wishes the focus of tonight's angle. anyone of a certain age remembers an ad campaign used to
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promote tourism in a beleaguered new york. >> i love the way you put on the show. >> there are more ways to live new york then there are lights on broadway. ♪♪ i love new york ♪♪ >> i love new york because it is open all night. laura: that was in the 1980s since the present tourism board worked to save new york that was in trouble back then but if the chairman of the board were alive today i bet he would start spreading a different kind of news about new york. far left democrats at all levels of government are responsible for cratering a once great american city and it is about to get a lot worse because of something being warned you about
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at the start of the pandemic. >> there are proposals for immunity passports that will be required for commercial flights or even go to work. digital certificates that would certify that american citizens have an immunity to this virus and other viruses going forward to then facilitate travel and work. >> i'm very concerned about separate slope in terms of continuing encroachments on personal liberty. >> can you believe how long ago that was? in the 14 months since this comments the only group that hasn't had his leverage encroached upon in new york are the looters, the thugs and the gangbangers to terrorize the city that is at its breaking point. but didn't what deblasio doesn't care. his constituency consists of
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illegal aliens, agitators, teachers unions, abortion fanatics and assorted free writers, not the proper working people who call new york home. >> the notion that because someone is vaccinated they can do all the amazing things available in the city. it will require vaccination for workers and customers in indoor dining and indoor fitness facilities, indoor entertainment facilities. it is going to be a requirement. the only way to patronize establishment indoors would be if you are vaccinated. >> the big bird of bloviating strikes again. you are restaurant or, one of the brave want to decided to keep going despite the lockdowns and rules and now they throw up this berry to you and potential customers. for most of the past 18 months
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the city has been suffering under covid shutdown, mandates, schools closed, criminals had run of the place but mayor deblasio wants to take the city backward like it is still may of 2020 because of the delta variant, the latest excuse for making life miserable for businesses, students and service industry workers but i'm here to tell you tonight what deblasio is doing has 0 to do with the virus. i want you to look at the death charts of covid. does this look like a crisis to you? if you look at new york city alone, 8.3 million people, 7 they average is 5. on april 7th, 2020, the number was 815. we don't have a covid crisis in new york, we have a leadership
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crisis in new york. setting aside what we know is a gross to privation of liberty which is going to be challenged in court this twisted new normal mandate will be another stake in the heart of the city of struggling to survive. this is the reality of life in new york city after deblasio's reign of terror the last 15 months. look at this. if there's any silver lining in his announcement today it is this. vaccine passports will only spur more new yorkers to pull up state. in tennessee people are getting ready for college football, enjoying restaurants, getting ready to send their kids back to school in person maskless. in other words they are going on with their lives. texas, florida covid cases are going up but putting everything in context the governors of red
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state america know that mandates, threats, intimidation, restrictions eventually kill the patient meeting the state's economy and their children's future and they also know the government's refusal to recognize the protection millions and millions of americans already have from natural immunity, cross-reactive immunity shows this is not about science. this is about power and control. president biden may not understand the dynamics at play but the stark contrast between life in a free state of life in a covid captive state, but biden's political ventriloquist get it so they sent them out again today to attack desantis and abbott. >> do you believe governor desantis and governor abbott are personally making decisions that are harming their own citizens? >> the results of their decisions are not good for their
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constituents and it is clear to me and to most medical experts decisions being made like not allowing mask mandates are bad health policies. laura: the medical experts. that was spring of 2020, fall of 20002100 states will once again begin to leave the to states the following the path behind. why would you start a new business today in new york when you could live a normal life in nashville? more and more americans trapped in blue states will see they don't have to live this way anymore unless you're itching to live under these terms, skyrocketing crime, medicine shootings way up in 2019, insane covid rules and mandates and the huge new entitlement democrats want to make permanent.
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in april 2020, he let it slip. >> went we get back to normal? i don't think we get back to normal. i quickly get back or we get to a new normal like we are seeing in so many facets of society so we will be at a different place. laura: if there is a shred of principle left in the democratic party after seeing that guy, learn more about him later, not much of a chance of that but we know what took place. we will have more on that a little later on. until the voters in new york deliver resounding rebuke to the far left that birthed deblasio and cuomo they should expect a new normal constant misery, any state, any city that follows their lead will join them in a slow death via political suicide
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and that is the angle. joining us is joseph smith, new york city restaurant or, owner of bobby van steakhouses, joseph, thank you for joining us. explained to the viewers who heard a lot about vaccine passports, need to show vaccine identification and so forth what will the practical effects of this be on already struggling businesses? >> thank you for having me on, big fan. i watch your show every night. it is the most truthful show on television and thank you for all you do for restaurants and other such businesses. right now this latest thing coming after 16 months of nonsense between dumb and dumber, the mayor and the governor, this could be the straw that breaks the camel's
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back. there could be another 5000 restaurants giving back the keys because people will not come out to fairmont thing, this is nothing to do, 5 people died, nothing to do with the virus, this is 1-upsmanship. deblasio wants the governor's job. he might be saying goodbye, 0 goes in two months, we get someone else in office, this could be a total disaster. as far as coming in and checking and apps on your phone we don't know what they are going to do. business is running out of 30%. offices are occupied at 25%. midtown manhattan we cater to office people. we have been decimated for the
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last 16 months because people in the hamptons, florida, the earliest return on your colleagues show will be made september and then it will be 50%. now they back up with the mask thing, it will be down to 20% like it was in the past and we can't pay our rent. unless we have very understanding landlords. i say that, very understanding, a little help from the government, we had employees trying to keep employed but there is no business. laura: who is going to be checking this apps or passport or vaccine card. will you have to hire a special person to do this? a trained professional? the onus is on you, you could be fined i believe severely.
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>> the same as collecting sales tax. we are going to have to have a professional who knows a good one from a bad one, stand at the door, make sure they are wearing a mask, make sure they have it on their phone if that is where they are going to put it, this is going to be an added payroll which we can't afford. laura: midtown manhattan i found to be pretty desolate last week or the week before. i hadn't been there in 18 months. i was shocked how many restaurants that i love out of business, never coming back. i have everybody listens to you about this because people -- these are real businesses never coming back. i hope you will come back on the show soon, thank you.
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so who will be most affected by the vaccine mandate? if you look at new york city's own statistics both military to vaccinations are african-americans, 31% having gotten the jabs so that we hear from l sharpton, about blaming racist policies targeting people of color? prohibiting entry in restaurants, bars, grocery stores, concerts? is there outrage? here is forrest cooper, project 21 cochair. the deafening silence from the residence lose when there's going to be a disparate impact on african-americans is your reaction. >> any time they can divide us, anytime they can create racial division you guys and cows come out to do it. anytime they need to stand up to
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represent and promote the interest of america, particularly black americans they say they represent they are silent. this killer disease that you would think they would want to come out into the communities, talk to people, engage them, educate them and the like. it is to me the height of irony that we are hearing nothing when people who won't be able to go to jim's to work out even though overweight people in the black community are significant comorbidity issue, even though people who aren't college-educated, aren't white-collar professionals, often work at the restaurant these are the kind of places are now going to be told you can't
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have access to do this but last year in 2020 if we found six people in a state of more than 1 million the didn't have a id card we swore that was the end bl, real livelihoods are affected, the ability to provide for your family, to be self-sufficient is literally at stake with these vaccine passports. all they are going to do it to exacerbate the existing despair ready in the number of people, poor people and minorities who will be less likely to partake in the vaccine. laura: we put up a graphic of the fully vaccinated in new york city and it is staggering.
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african-americans lowest number, biden administration wants to change that dynamic that is fine, that their priority i understand but this is world impacts. >> this isn't how you do it. laura: shaming and intimidating and bullying them. joseph is restaurant or. they will be hit with massive fines when they can't afford barely to stay in business. think about people that is affecting. >> these new professionals that are supposed to be in charge of checking, let me see your papers, that person is very likely not going to be a low income or minority. this is an amazing set of circumstances. i'm not too older and the 2021 i was told by the way a id card everybody uses for all their activities, if you find one
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person that can't go vote because they never other id card that is the end of the world and evidence of racism. now we are literally saying you can't keep your job, you can't provide for yourself, you are going to have to become a board of the state. people are going to be leaving new york very soon. laura: the numbers are going to go up. last night we exposed another sham, the bipartisan infrastructure bill supported by 17 gop senators that will change the country and weighs just a few short months ago you would think unimaginable but tonight there's no reason to oppose this bill. we will explain it, newt gingrich and jim jordan next.
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[ "bugler's dream" playing ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> laura: you guys got played. you have to laura: you got played on this. you had to agree first, they haven't shown the text of the legislation. making sure their text first. america will be changed forever. >> will you tell us everything? you know that's not going to
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happen. >> $110 billion for roads and bridges. $5 billion -- >> you could have gotten that without giving away the store. i know you are talking loudly because you're trying to be -- >> less likely to get the $3.5 trillion. laura: as i did with senator cassidy i intend to hold all 17 republicans including mitch mcconnell, ali 7 gop accountable for the unending entitlement disaster that is about to unfold for all americans. they were for the bankrupt our country and to manage our freedom and gender identity is now a protected class under the infrastructure bill. glad we have a republican party. another reason not to give biden a lifeline.
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during a closed-door house democrats campaign chief delivered a blunt warning. of the midterms were held now they would hold the majority. john maloney advised the party to course correct by doing more to promote president biden's agenda, giving him an infrastructure win, nominally bipartisan, would do democrats work for them. joining me newt gingrich, former speaker of the house, ohio congressman jim jordan. almost as if some gop members don't want to win back congress next year given what they are supporting with the infrastructure, $4 trillion. >> some of the republicans tend to take a short term win and forget the larger game so they feel good they have been bipartisan, getting something done. the thing they are getting done as you pointed out they have no idea what is in the bill and no
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veto over what is in the bill. a bill that is dramatically worse than anything they agreed to, no ability to change it and it is going to be a disaster and there's a wing of the republican party historically the winds reagan opposed and when we oppose when i was speaker of the house, which says you've always got to find a way to be responsible, being responsible means selling out to the left, many are good friends of mine, have great respect for them but they got suckered on this. it is the wrong thing to do. there will be more than enough reason to vote against this bill when they see the bill. remember they haven't seen the written language. they don't know what therefore and therefore plenty of opportunities to decide is that was a mistake, i don't think i can go along with it.
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>> 2700 pages long the so-called infrastructure. senator cassidy said he read it, he must be a speed reader. congressman jordan, some republicans including rob portman, what is going on here really? it is obvious that this is not infrastructure on its own. what is going on here? >> only 10% is infrastructure. what is in the bill is the word equity mentioned 60 times was my guess is all-time speaker gingrich was in congress he never saw transportation blood infrastructure will focus on equity. that is the problem, the left-wing spending is part of what i call the democrats crazy economic plan which is lockdown economy, spend like crazy, pay people not working for all of you who are working they are
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getting ready to raise your taxes. what these republicans are thinking i don't know. step one of the bigger spending bill coming later and you pointed this out last night in your interview with senator cassidy. it is part of the crazy economic plan and why we are going to win. if the election were held today, we are going to win next year and take back the house. >> you give away your principal authority if the wise men, i put that in quotes, in your party, the people who give biden's when on infrastructure and glide into $3.5 trillion the family medical leave, universal pre-k and all the rest of the stuff and bankrupting future generations. this is insane what they are doing.
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i'm embarrassed to call the republican when they are supporting it. >> this is the kind of behavior which led to the rise of the tea party from people who were furious at the failure of washington leadership, the kind of thing that led to 63% disapproval of republican leaders in congress just before donald trump ran for president. in many ways people look at this and think what's the point, why do we raise the money and go out to vote if it is just come to get people who get suckered in. i don't mind if they can't play chess but if they can't play tic-tac-toe there is something profoundly wrong and when they get to the luncheon they should look at this. this is something they should bail on. it was a mistake. it will be dramatically worse than they think of the 2700 pages will be followed by 50,000 pages of regulations and more than enough reason for the 17
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senators to decide they got second the time has come to kill it, not to move it forward. >> it is important to see how a former obama strategist is describing the 17 in the romney group. >> it has been a 1-sided massacre of anti-trumpets in the gop, we are beginning to see green shoots emerge many the ice of trump tribalism. you are seeing it in this bipartisan infrastructure deal. >> the anti-trumpeters outing themselves in the gop. >> we just had a big win in ohio in a special election, donald trump endorsed -- donald trump is the leader of our party and americans appreciate he did what he said he would do as president and that is why we are going to win, these guys have done so many crazy things, crime, inflation, crisis on the border, all those reasons are why we are going to win, people are frustrated with these guys.
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>> newt gingrich did not take the house back after 50 years of gop being locked out of the house because of these types of votes, that's not why newt gingrich took the house back. i remember that night very well, great to see both of you. after today's danny agee report on repeated instances of sexual abuse andrew cuomo's political futures seems doomed but could he face criminal charges? speaking of blatant disregard for the law biden's order extending the moratorium on evictions is not just unconstitutional, it self creates another crisis. stay there.
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>> i have been making the same gesture >> i been making the same gesture in public all my life. i learned it from my mother and
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from my father. it is meant to convey warmth, nothing more. i do it with everyone. black and white, young and old, straight and lgbt q, powerful people, friends, strangers, people who i meet on the street. >> that's like an snl skit. i'm speechless. governor cuomo, one of the more bizarre defenses of accusations of sexual harassment ever assembled. i really weird and creepy but i didn't do that. even biden -- >> you call on him to resign given the investigators that the 11 women were credible? >> i stand by that statement. >> are you calling on him to resign?
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>> yes. >> if he doesn't resign should he be impeached and removed from office? >> let's take one thing at a time. i think he should resign. >> harmeet dhillon, ceo the center for american liberties. he is politically damaged but we thought ralph northron was politically damaged in virginia and is still wreaking havoc on the commonwealth of virginia. we went to university of virginia law school. is destroying the state little by little if you ask me but he is still in so what is going to happen? >> the difference is many victims in the statute of limitations to sue the state. even the federal statute can make claims but beyond that are potential criminal charges that could be brought against the governor if any state prosecutor wants to do that for third-degree sexual abuse, touching sexual parts even through clothing is a crime and
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that happened to many of the women in this report. the governor can't brush this off like ralph northron did. impeachment will be the proper remedy and i don't think we will see criminal prosecution but that could happen if they want to get serious. laura: the new york times is reporting according to a person familiar with the process it could take a month to complete the inquiry and draw up articles of impeachment. why would take a month. it didn't take a democrat that long to impeach the president of the united states? >> the issue about impeachment was raised in march of this year when the first articles of impeachment were brought in by a republican. democrats have been slow rolling this to see what happens. this report is worse than anybody expected but they are
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going to go through the process and it could take some time. to be very clear this process is in the hands of the democrat head of the judiciary committee in the state assembly that they want to start doing this tomorrow they can. it will all be according to political win. they can speed this up, plenty of evidence before them and it is conclusive >> the attorney general wants to be the next governor of the state of new york. that is a little curious, appearance of a conflict of interest but she has big ambitions. >> she began to run for office. she's not going to be in the chain of automatic ascension to that position that everybody has their own baggage, a lot of long knives out. no one should make assumptions, but democrats throughout the country and the region, governors around him are all
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united in calling for him to redesign. he will drag down the democrat brand, they care about that, not the dead grandparents he caused that about whether andrew cuomo in office is a political liability. that conclusion has been reached by democrats. >> we are not going to play his singing to his friend on the phone. thank you. while all this was happening in new york president biden caving to the far left in the house of representatives on the issue of rent forgiveness. the supreme court put the white house on notice that the president did not have the constitutional authority to extend the covid moratorium on eviction but they don't care. biden is so terrified of the capital camping crazies like cory busch the define the courts. >> the bulk of the
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constitutional scholarship says it is not likely to pass constitutional muster but there are several key scholars who think that it may and it is worth the effort and at a minimum by the time it gets litigated, probably get some additional time while we are getting there $45 billion out to people. jillian: why did brett kavanaugh not deal with immigrants? he threw it back for another month and a half. victor davis hanson, of the hoover institution. we don't really have a functioning economic system anymore. if you're a landlord you are providing free housing as long as the squad says so which means forever. >> if you are a landlord the only leverage you have over a tenant who won't paper damages your property is eviction. when you take that away and federalize it you have no clout
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at all. human nature being what it is president biden can define the supreme court but he canst defied the laws of human nature. people just won't rent or will jacket up so high to cover the damage that they can't effect. what you are seeing is the ultimate expression of critical legal theory, these people do not believe in the law and they feel they answer to a higher moral law on the border, they don't enforce federal law. president biden took an oath to execute the laws. there is no border. he feels the answers to somebody else, the deities of bernie sanders or aoc above the law. we side with the unemployment extension extension extension and he feels there is a new dawn and the rules of capitalism don't apply. we were born, gavin newsom said this crisis gave us a chance to
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discover a new progressive capitalism. president obama said we should look at capitalism, whether paying money back and balanced budgets, the theory of the university has been institutionalized by the biden administration. they do not believe in the law as written, they feel they can answer to a higher law. president biden said that and they feel it is not reciprocal. you can have a sanctuary city and file federal immigration law but can't buy a gun without federal law or gun ownership, never symmetrical because they adjudicate which laws they pick and choose to follow in which they can't. laura: i said in january 2019 that aoc after she was elected would be the thought leader of the democratic party.
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i was laughed at when i said that. everyone thought she was so out there but she put images the thought leader of the democratic party. that is the fact. and a canadian immunologist, part of the team tasked with researching covid vaccines now says a big mistake was made. here next to tell us what that is and how to respond to his critics. stay there. so good for arthri? salonpas contains the most prescribed topical pain relief ingredient. it's clinically proven, reduces inflammation and comes in original prescription strength. salonpas. it's good medicine.
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>> laura: this doc laura: doctor byron bridal of viral immunology in canada, during the course of his work he has received many grants including covid 19 funding to develop a novel vaccine platform. he brought up a new peer-reviewed study showing the spike protein produced by the ems of rna vaccine does not remain in the shoulder muscle upon injection but gets in the blood and can in some cases lead to calling, bleeding, heart problems, neurological damage. >> we never knew the spike protein itself was a talks in with the pathogenic printing with the accumulating in the ovaries one of my questions is will we be rendering young people in fertile?
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jillian: here is doctor bridal. we will get to your response to the criticism in a minute but in layman's terms explain what you came across in your research. >> this was a study, the data i cited is pfizer's and data. they submitted it to the japanese government and unlike the fda, the united states, the regulatory agency in my country the japanese government requires additional data that are help agencies do not require and included in the data package was results of the biodistribution study, study that looks at where the vaccine goes in the body. traditional vaccine technology, when the vaccine is injected normally the vaccine would stay in the shoulder muscle but in this case it indicated that as little as 25% of the dose
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remains in the shoulder muscle, the rest of the dose seems to distribute systemically throughout the body ceding all kinds of tissue so couple concerns, there was a peer-reviewed study that demonstrated the spike protein the vaccine causes our bodies to manufacture gets distributed throughout the blood stream, but of greater concern for me is the evidence the vaccine itself which carries little blueprints for the spike protein from sars coronavirus goes through the body and seeds tissues including concentrations in the ovaries. one of the things i noted if after 48 hours if you look at the amount the vaccine left in the shoulder we actually end up, feels end of 7% of that dose in the ovaries which is a concern. of the vaccine is ceding a tissue like the ovaries this is providing the genetic blueprint
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to sell to the ovaries meaning they will start manufacturing spike protein and we are starting to learn the spike protein itself can be toxic to the body and as we generate antibodies against the spike protein if we have cells in the ovaries that are starting to express the spike protein on the surface our own antibodies are going to attack our own souls. >> you have been fact checked for what you read and said of the road in the ip experts say they found nothing of concern. one expert claimed the spike became undetectable by 14 days after the first dose vaccine. after the second, the participants all generated anti-spike antibodies. they say your cherry picking data. your response. >> what they are highlighting is
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a secondary concern. my primary concern is the spike proteins generated by the vaccine is designed to stay anchored to the surface of our souls but the problem is the vaccine being distributed through the body and feeding tissues like adrenal guns and the spleen at all kinds of different tissue then we are going to cause cells to express the plague on the surface, the spike protein and is about the antibody response which takes a week or two that will try to create spike proteins in the body the problem is the spike protein is on our own cells and also talk about the spike protein -- laura: you have a hard break but this is so important we will have you back and we will continue to ask tough questions. cuomo should have heated his own words, the last bite explains.
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>> laura: before we go.
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a walk laura: a walk down memory lane. >> you will get knocked on your rear end, you will deal with pain, you will deal with suffering. the question is how do you get up. first, do you get up, and second if you get up how do you get up? you get up smarter, you get up wiser. >> you be the judge. >> wednesday august 4th, denial and deflection, governor cuomo remaining defiant despite bipartisan calls to resign. shocking claims of harassment and what happens next. >> the blame can continues, president biden attacking republican governors refusing to implement mask mandate but a new poll reveals how americans feel about biden at handling the pandemic. >> patriotism on the world stage. american gold medalist showcasing her love for the country.


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