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do you know what this reminds me of a little bit. conan o'brien. impressed lauren michaels. got a show who is this guy. obviously he had a career spanning decades. jillian: follow that and see what happens in the meantime "fox & friends" starts right now. have a great day, everyone, see you back here tomorrow. thank you for joining us. ♪ ♪ >> the governor ron desantis firing back at president biden who swiped at the governor to get out of the way. >> you are coming after the rights of parent in florida, i'm standing in your way. i'm not going to let you get away with it. [applause] >> mcallen, texas issuing a local disaster declaration because the streets are overwhelmed with migrants. >> if the president thinks his immigration plan is working? >> there is more that needs to be done. >> joe biden is the most disastrous president in modern american history. >> andrew cuomo reportedly locking himself away in his mansion if to strategize how to save his political career. >> it's a national
embarrassment. the governor must go. >> if you want to fight for our military you will have to soon be vaccinated. >> directive comes a day after biden urged all federal employees to get the covid vaccine. >> just pardon the mccloskey. >> made my wife and i realize this country was in a serious state. we made a vow to do everything we can to the rest of your lives to save this country. ♪ met you in the summer ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ brian: michigan where gerald ford once called home i believe that's where the ford library is. it's a fantastic library if you are ever in the area, just drop. in please knock first before you waltz in and make sure it's open. steve: first, you have to pay the admission. brian: right it all goes for a good cause have you been there
at the gerald ford museum isn't it fantastic. steve steve i went to college with ford's daughter. we went to journalism school together. outside the door was a secret service guy with a uzi. brian: was he out of office. steve: he was president of the united states. evidence came as a sitting president to the university of kansas and visited his daughter. it was something. ainsley: that would be fun. you can't do anything wrong though, she will get caught. steve: no kidding. brian: tell that the to bushes, remember, the twins? steve: brian, good to have you back. brian: good to be back. it's amazing. i'm hearing stuff that governor cuomo can be in trouble. can you verify that at all? steve: are you talking about this right here? brian: that one? have you ever seen more scandals in your life volving one person so clueless for him to stay in office. there is so much to talk, about including another governor, one in florida. ainsley: we are talking about ron desantis the president at the beginning of the week told all the governors, anded
slamming florida and texas saying if you don't do these lockdowns you need to get out of the way, i'm going to do it for you. ron desantis, he fired back yesterday. listen to this. >> we can either have a free society or we can have a biomedical security state. and i can tell you florida, we're a free state. people are going to be free to choose to make their own decisions about themselves, about their families, about their kids' education. joe biden suggests that if you don't do lockdown policies then you should, get, get out of the way. let me tell you this. if you are coming after the rights of parents in florida, i'm standing in your way. if you are trying to restrict people, impose mandates. if you are trying to ruin their jobs and their livelihoods and their small business, if you are trying to lock people down, i am standing in your way, and i'm standing for the people of florida. so why don't you do your job. why don't you get this border secure and until you do that, i don't want to hear a blip about
covid from you. steve: not a blip. he also said, essentially it's directing his comments now to the president. he said every coronavirus variant on the planet is coming through your southern border. and the administration is getting the state of florida absolutely no notice when they import poem the migrants from the southern border into the state. he said they fly in unaccompanied minors, they fly in families. and a lot of military aged males coming through. i should point out that the white house now apparently has a plan. they are going to offer up the coronavirus vaccine to any of the migrants on the southern border being held by border patrol. but it's voluntary. and so far a third of them have said, you know what? i don't want the shot. i just want in. i might have covid. i don't want your shot, america. ainsley: double standard of the voter i.d., too. he said that joe biden, his administration wants you to have to show your medical certificate that you got vaccinated, yet,
you don't have to show an i.d. at the voting booth. brian: right. ainsley when in doubt go after the most popular governor in the country in florida. he has made florida and texas the enemy of his state. and when texas and florida loosened up first and their numbers dropped, he did not know what to make of it, so he backed off. now he says i have an opportunity now with some more hospitals filled up, close capacity. he claims, now i'm going to go jump on him so distract and let this sparring session take away the fact that number one, the delta variant left us totally naked. he had no idea what it was about. maybe people are saying accusing donald trump of taking a bow early that we got the worst of this behind us. guess who else did that around july 4th. remember we could all have cookouts. now we find out on the border you have 19,000 unaccompanied minors in july. that's that's like a furnace at the border was supposed to stop. the previous high was 18877 in march. think about this. he says unaccompanied minors can
stay. guess what? that's a magnet. can anybody in that administration see around the corner? now he is saying i'm going to offer shot to anyone. okay. i'm from a country that wants a vaccine with single digital saturation on the vaccine in their country. i got an idea. why not come to america where i get to stay and i get a free vaccine. does he understand how one links to another or does he understand too well? ainsley: they are saying it's miami not the time to come now, brian. brian: once. steve: they said it a couple times. brian: the vice president is so aggressive, too. she has been so all over this. i feel bad for her. does she ever get to sleep? steve: who? brian: the vice president. she is in charge of the border. steve: i think she is looking at the root causes. brian: two zoom calls. ainsley: jen psaki said yesterday she is all over this looking at the root causes. he was talking about the numbers of migrants that have been encountered in july.
an estimated 210,000 migrants, the highest number in decades, but she doubled down. she said we are telling them it's not to the time to come. listen to this encounter with jen psaki and peter doocy. >> it's been almost four months since the president told migrants don't come. don't leave your town. almost two months since the vice president went to central america to say do not come. but people are coming in record numbers. does the president think his immigration plan is working? >> well, the president continues to convey, to anyone, as you said, who wants to come to the united states now is not the time to come. it is not the time to come and try to go through irregular migration. we want to have an effective process where you can apply for asylum, where you can apply for legal status. there is more that needs to be done. we have also instituted a number of additional steps recently. including exat the it indicted remostles to move people out of
the country more quickly. but, it's -- we're still at work on improving a process and system that was very broken when we took office. brian: it was not broken when you took over. please don't buy that, america. steve: well, it's not working. you know, they can say don't come, don't come. but they are still coming, now, here's the problem and it all ties together with coronavirus in mcallen last week. 7,000 migrants were released into downtown it mcallen, texas. just into the downtown area. and they have had to build some temporary shelters because they are so overwhelmed. anyway, under 7,000 catholic charities tested them and 1500 of them had covid it what's amazing is so, 1500 had covid, and were released into the general united states of america last week. accord together fed's numbers. there were 7,000 cases over the last five months, which calls
into question whether or not you can trust any of the numbers. now, what they do in mcallen is if you test positive, what they could is they say, hey, do us a favor, try to stay away from people but you are free to go into the united states of america. and that is the problem. coronavirus is the number one issue facing this administration and, yet, at the southern border, they are turning a blind eye because they would like to get as many people through 9 process as efficiently and quickly as possible even if they have coronavirus. ainsley: mark levin was on with hannity last night he said biden is a disaster. listen. >> joe biden is the most disastrous president in modern american history. i don't care if it's by design or by the fact that he didn't win. it doesn't much matter to me. it would be like a president when we have a polio vaccine telling everybody to get vaccinated but inviting into the country who he knows has polio. no president has ever done this to his own people.
this guy is a coward. he bubblings to the radical felicity his party. is he a fool. the idea that people who are vaccinated are the ones who are going to be punished, it's like the gun owners who are law abiding are the ones going to be punished. it's like the successful people in this country they are the ones they intend punish with the tax code. is there anything going right in this country? gasoline prices going up. food prices going up. '. brian: getting a pass on almost all of it when things get mad the media gets silent. a lot of teams you don't get your chance to give your opinion you read the stats and it's so overwhelming you don't have anything to add. this is stunningly distressful at the border. the fact the pandemic adds to it doubles the magnitude of it. but even if there was no pandemic you would say on a daily basis why is everyone ignoring what is taking place? why would anyone in texas, democrat or republican vote for a democrat in texas or arizona? ainsley: mark levin says he thinks it's because they want texas and arizona to go blue.
that's why they are ignoring the problem. they are affecting like they are doing something about it, saying that they are, but kamala harris. brian: they have to barbecue citizens first. ainsley: exactly. steve: do they? ainsley: what's the next step? you don't have to show a voter i.d. steve: do you really have to become a citizen anymore. brian: too many people voting illegally as non-citizens at this point. steve: i think it was last week we were talking about that "new york times" op-ed write his or her said, you know what? it's time, if people are in a community even if they're non-citizens they should be able to vote. brian: that was one lunatic. [laughter] steve: that's their op-ed page. brian: 11 minutes after the hour. coming up, calls to remove cuomo now growing louder with a banner flying over the state capitol building i hope he doesn't look up. talk about the governor's future next. ainsley: pro-police group planning a fundraiser for kids and police officers who have fallen for their families. the organizer is speaking out on
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the tokyo games. and we will take you to the current medal count team u.s.a. with a commanding total medal lead despite trailing china by six gold medals. i will send it back to you. brian: i find it so hard to find events. i keep on seeing crawls like something is happen. i go to see it cnbcsn. it's hard to find nbc. steve: that's why nobody is watching it's hard to find. jillian: i applaud your earth. brian: i'm trying to find it this is the moment i like the divers and the volleyball. people never get the aslam they train just as hard as everybody else, this is their moment. please give theme shot. steve: luckily jillian highlights the good stuff each and every moment. ainsley: if you can't find it find it are right here. brian: she throws out all the bad. steve: and since simone bias is in the neighborhood, if shield like to stop by, we have got room on the couch. we would love to talk about what happened at the olympics. brian: we have a long, rich
history of successful gym nasa stick appearances from naudia with bart conner, marilou let ton. steve: marilou let ton once upon a time in the old studio we had a bar behind the set, and she got up like a balance bar and did that on it. do you remember that? brian: right. she dramatized a little bit. ainsley: what was she like she was my favorite. steve: she was great. she had a billion dollars smile. >> we have nice person. ainsley: so cute. steve: very warm and she came back to the show for a number of years. brian: i'm surprised she is not here today. meanwhile, guess who i'm not surprised is having some trouble today and that is governor cuomo. we heard about the myriad of scandals he was being investigated for and everything went silent and then there was the report that was released a couple days ago. so devastating 70-plus pages. steve: 168. brian: basically verifies every one of his accusers' claims let alone what we know about him giving special test and service
touring the height of the pandemic to his friends and family let alone what he has done with his $5 million book advance using staffers during work time to do it. now we find out that he has almost no allies left. are. ainsley: the "new york post," steve was just holding it up it says creep on the ropes. the "new york post" editorial board they have an op-ed and it says everyone deserted you creep cuomo it's over. just go. they talk about how most democratic leaders have rejected him the president has asked him to resign. some unions supported him and he was going to rely on if he ran for a fourth term. they are not supporting him. some of the language they used the unions cannot continue to support a workplace violator. they are all denouncing the violator. repugnant and indefensible. steve: that's right. the problem is so far he is not going to resign. you know, he is stubborn. apparently he did not leave the governor's mansion yesterday. is he in there strategizing even though that airplane was flying get out with the sky writer
behind him with that message behind the airplane. he was trying to strategize how to save his career. but. ainsley: they couldn't come up with according to this article they couldn't come up with a plan that they all agreed on. public event. steve: ainsley, to your point about how everybody is abandoning him, in particular the unions which have always offered him great support. also, when the top democrat in the state a fellow by the name of jay jacobs says hey, it's time for you to go, he also had a couple of former cuomo staff members said, you know what? boss, you have got to quit. brad a new york state senator and he talking a little bit about how what they're at right now in the assembly is they are at the investigation stable. they say it could take a month before they could actually vote on articles of impeachment. anyway, here he is on the 4:00 show yesterday right here on the fox news channel. >> it's a national
embarrassment. the governor must go. i think the assembly has enough information to act on the attorney general's report, bring those articles of impeachment to the senate as soon as possible. this is not political as the governor would argue. this, if anything, is the most apolitical active witnessed in all of my time in albany. there is virtually no support in the state legislature for governor andrew cuomo. and when i say no, i mean zero. i don't know of a single legislator who has spoken up in support of governor cuomo. brian: get this out of the 150 members you need the majority to vote him out. 86 have told the a.p. they are voting him out. democrats. so 86 it could even go higher than that. ainsley: everyone. brian: the district attorneys in manhattan, nassau county, as
swaying go, west chester announce nouns they are investigating him. legal challenges. criminal charges. there is just no way for him to survive but the problem for he has no jobs waiting or private sector. steve: he made $5 million on a book. brian: he made $5 million he made on that. let's see what happens. steve: you can live on that. brian: we will see. because he has big expenses and has to pay for his own housing for the first time in a long time. and you are going to see more and more people come out and say i don't know how you are going to stay. but the more people turn on him his ego won't allow him to step aside. one of the most damning things is the fact that his brother and this woman danny lieber who went to facebook was strategizing his legal defense above and beyond what he is already using state resources to do. how does facebook feel about and this how does cnn feel about
that? steve: because the attorney general's report letitia james report chris cuomo the guy on cnn in prime time advised his brother how to beat the allegations. he was giving confidential and privileged information by the executive chamber and appeared to draft or edit a proposed statement on the governor's behalf. the "new york times" is reporting that apparently because this put cnn in such a bad spot, they decided to go to chris cuomo with a solution if he would take it. ainsley: yeah. after they said it was inappropriate but they did not discipline him. so according to the "new york times," they said if he wanted to advise his brother on how to respond to the the shower. accusations then he could temporarily leave cnn and then return later. steve: they said cnn executives floated an idea to their star anchor chris cuomo if he wanted to formally advise his brother on responding to the shower. allegations take a temporary leave from cnn and return to the network later. the idea was informal and
strictly optional not a request. jake tapper at the network said that the cuomo involvement puts us in a bad spot. he said i can't imagine a world in which anybody in journalism thinks that this was appropriate. cnn has not yet issued a statement about the brother's role in the governor -- brian: attacks governor sanity all hour. >> we have similar to the president of the united states. i'm going to try to deflect from my horrendous pandemic response and inability to understand the variant, which, again, our health officials have 100 percent let us down, and the administration is totally confused and just wants to vilify people like the unvaccinated and states that happen to have republican governors. ainsley: well, speaking of florida, there is an organization down in south florida, it's a nonprofit organization, it raises money for things like kids or if an officer is fallen, it raises money to help their families. boys and girls club.
they buy washers and driers for the boys and girls club it's called southeast rodeo committee. they are saying that facebook, they put an ad on facebook to try to promote giving away a harley it was a big fundraiser and facebook would not allow them to boost this ad. steve: that's right. facebook said they rejected it because -- because and they appealed, facebook rejd it because it mentions politicians or is about sensitive social issues that could influence public opinion. how people vote and may impact the outcome of an election or pending legislation. none of that is true. no personal opinions or politics. they don't -- this organization does not care about politics. but, do you know what? they mention the police because they do help the children of the fallen and it looks like facebook is targeting all police material even, and this is the awful part, even children's charities. they seem to be targeting. well, next thing you know
facebook comes out and says you know what? it was a machine that did it we are sorry. the damage is done. ainsley: the president of the organization, his name is officer chris sequence son, he swenson.it he said this. >> we do a local raffle harley dealership raising money for charities boys and girls club. at the end of the day, what we are trying to do is raise funds for children in our community who we feel are the future of our community. if anybody has visited boys and girls club, i mean, a lot of these organizations they have really good meaning behind them but the financing and the resources they have are limited. the fact that law enforcement officers around the country get together during a training, raise money for these charities in order to go, you know, purchase much needed supplies. i can't imagine why anybody would want to reject that. brian: facebook released a statement this ad was incorrectly flagged as political and taken down for running without a disclaimer we reversed
the decision never perfect since machines and human reviewers make mistakes but we are always working to improve. kind of a weird time in our country when people are saying that there is a political point of view when you fly the american flag and if you have a pro-cop organization then all of a sudden facebook has to even take a second. even though they apologized the fact they have to take a second look charitable organizations pro-law enforcement shows the tone and tenure. ainsley: they saw harley they saw the president was a police officer or they give money to police officers or their families. and they flagged it. brian: i still don't see a problem what's wrong with harley. ainsley: they think pro-trump. steve: they tri pro-police. and the organization, they have said harley davidson which obviously donated the bike has been very supportive. in the last year with all the anti-police stuff going on. they said that a number of the other sponsors are hesitant to support them. so, if you would like to support
them, you can google them. because they do have a raffle where you only have to spend $1 to help them. you could actually put them over the top for the biggest amount they have ever raised. so if you google southeast police motorcycle rodeo, and you click on the button on the google, that says raffle, you can buy $1 ticket or buy $25 worth of ticket. and you can help those families of the fallen and the children in the needy communities. take that, facebook. all right. still ahead on this thursday, a philly public school teacher is out with a new lesson plan for parents who want to fight back against critical race theory in schools. brian: plus the extension of eviction bans delivering a blow to property owners across the country. we are going to talk to one north carolina landlord who lost $20,000 in unpaid rent. ♪ ♪ ♪ monkey on a string ♪ coveragey on a chain
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a massive wildfire nearly destroying an entire town in northern california. the dixie fire leveling homes and businesses in the small mountain community of greenville. gosh, those images are devastating. video shows the driver surrounded by flames trying to evacuate the town. the dixie fire is the state's largest wildfire. it's been burning for three weeks scorching 278,000 acres. mark mccloskey seen in the video with his wife. you remember this video waving guns at black lives matter protesters reacts after being pardoned by governor mike parson. take a listen. >> governor march son had promised from the very beginning to pardon us. we were at a big festival down in southwestern missouri, watermelon feast when the word came down and it was a great day for us. jillian: governor parson had the couple quote had every right to protect their property. preparations are underway for former president barack obama's scaled back 60th birthday party. the daily mail reports party rental trucks have been spotted going in and out of his march
that's vineyard estate. security is also reportedly heightened and the island. no fly zone for drones has been issued over the property. the party initially set for 500 guests now a smaller affair for just friends and family. that's a look at your headlines, brian, send it back to you. brian: that's a lot of acreage. thanks so much, jillian. we see it across the country. parent standing up against the indoctrination of their kids in schools. >> i want to know, are you teaching crt to our teachers? and, if not, why -- >> even more so white children are being told untruthfully that all the problems in this country are their fault. >> you are teaching children to hate others because of their skin color. >> i have to fight for my daughter's education. >> soviet communist and critical race theorist share common marxist roots. they all created a supposed group of victimizers and victims pitting one against the other based on lies. >> they can't continue to
politicize our children. brian: there you go. you have seen a lot of that in the past. but for parents to win the battle against crt, they have to understand what exactly they are up against. it's the subject of a new book by our next guest called "a parent's guide to critical race theory." author and philadelphia school teacher chris paisley joins us now. chris, what prompted you to write this? >> i wanted to have a resource that parents could use. just like you said, to understand, identify, and then challenge crt in the school. basically it's a collection to do all three of those things. the beginning of the peculiar gives parents ways to understand what it is in layman's terms. the next part shows how it could be manifesting in their own schools because a lot of times it's semantics people say it's not there. there are questions people can ask to see if it's in there and see how it might be infiltrating the schools. then i have solutions in the book where i call a principle based approach rather than
identity. cr. it is all about identity, race, religion, gender, sexuality which can polarize and become tribal. i think we need to get back to universal core values. so i have this what i call a principled based approach where we can all, you know, transcend this stuff with core values that, you know, schools and teachers and students can use and then finally, i have this chapter on resources which collect, you know, resources on parent groups. recommended reading. resources to links on the internet. how to talk to cool boards. how to contact legal organizations if you have any issues with possible legal trouble. brian: chris, kind of interesting, were you handled? were you handed critical race theory as part of your curriculum? is that what caused to you push back or are you noticing things happening across the country and wanted to help? >> i noticed it a lot in philadelphia suburb because i live in philly and the suburbs are literally right next door. i have been paying close attention to the school board
meetings where parents have come together and speaking out pause they care. we all care. we want to see justice and we want to see kids learn. but we want to do it in a way where we can all come together and make it more unifying. but i'm seeing this in the suburbs. i wanted to put together this resource to give parents this tool kit to try and identify understand and maybe challenge it in the school district. brian: chris, a lot of people watching right now, i think they need help on this. they think that if you don't subscribe to critical race theory you are not going to be teaching about slavery. you are not going to be talking about how many founding fathers had slaves. not going to talk about the cause of the civil war. not going to talk about problems with segregation and jim crow laws. are you saying we should leave all of that how the? >> absolutely not. i mean, cr. >> it is more about looking at systems, looking at identity being race conscious rather than conscious of the content of our character. i want schools to teach these things. we need to learn about our
history. we need to learn about racism and ways to stop these kinds of injustice. but, when you are speaking out against critical race theory. that's kind of the thick that they talk about it's smoke screen. it's not accurate. when we challenge crt, we north challenging learning about history and learning about racism and race relations, that's not a correct argument that you is used as a counter point. brian: listen a lot of you out there trying to figure out what's going on crt. chris is there to help guide to critical race theory. chris, thanks for doing this. >> sure, thanks for having me on. brian: you got it meanwhile, let me tell you what's coming up straight ahead in our show. many on the left tried to cancel goya's food over the company's support of former president trump. not only did it backfire, but goya is making a huge smile tone announcement. the ceo joins us live coming up. the extension on eviction bans, delivering a blow to property owners across the country.
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political left on the last week or two. the biden administration said we will have to let that program laps. lapse.now they say we will haveo extend it couple more months because of political pressure from the political left. they want to help people who are renting units. but the money for people like you who own the units hasn't been coming your way. has it? >> that's correct. steve: and i have heard -- we is got a statistic, of the money set aside by the federal government and we are talking billions and billions of dollars, only about 7% of rental assistance has been dolled out in the first six months of 2021. the federal government just isn't good at doing this, is they -- are they? >> i don't think so. steve: no kidding. >> i work -- i belong to it sun valley landlord association a grouch landlords that meet once a month. and, you know, we meet just for this reason to believe to discuss all these issues and
what's in our local community and this and that hickory put out grant christian ministries to help these people behind in their rents of course the loss of the money i have had tenants come to me say look, i don't have it. i will send them to the local programs which is funded by our local city and county. steve: right. >> as far as government, i haven't seen any, you know, on that except the stimulus checks they send out to the individuals. steve: sure, i read something that apparently some of your renters who are not paying you one guy had three or four boats show up in his driveway and that set off an alarm bell with you, right? >> they were used. they wasn't brand new boats but in a time of crisis, like what we have been through, you know, you are evidently getting money
from somewhere but it's not getting to me. steve yeah, and the crime of it is half of the rental unit owners in america are mom and pop operators. people who cannot afford to lose. you have lost 20,000 bucks so far. is there any chance that the federal government is going to make you whole, buddy? >> no. and the bad part -- the one thing that wasn't shown in that, you know, the guy didn't pay me rent and evidently was getting money from somewhere. and he had three boat. well, lo and behold the middle of the summer oh, their air conditioner went out. so i had to put about a $4,500 heat pump on that house to make sure that they stayed cool and i didn't receive any rent or anything. so, you know, it goes way beyond the loss of rental income. we're still bound by county rules and laws we have to maintain the property. steve: unbelievable.
so the people who are not paying you rent called you up and said hey, my air conditioner isn't working and you are bound by law to fix it and now you are out 5,000 bucks? >> right. steve: okay. well, it's not working too well. somebody from the white house is watching, i hope they are going to do something to fix it because folks like you are hurting. buddy shoup, thank you for joining us today from north carolina. >> thank you. steve: okay. that's the way it's working right now. meanwhile, a lovely day here in new york city. janice dean is out on the street. janice: it's a beautiful day yet again in new york city. i just want to say hi to bernard and brenda from minnesota. they love us on "fox & friends." let's take a look at the maps, temperatures, you know, in the 70s across portions of the east coast. 69 his or her in new york city. 67 in chicago. a cooler air in pockets across the northeast. we do have the potential for showers and thunderstorms for parts of the east coast as well as florida and the gulf coast. and even into the southwest.
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alps ainsley former president trump wasn't on the ballot in ohio tuesday buy his support helped push one candidate to a primary victory in the house election there the coal lobbyist will take on democratic state representative allison rousseau in the fall. ohio g.o.p. congressional candidate mike kerry joins us now. good morning, mike. >> good morning. ainsley: congratulations on your win. >> thank you. it was a great night it really was. ainsley: you won by 37%. you were running against 10
other republicans. was it your winning message or being backed by trump? why do you think you won? >> well, listen, i think it's a winning message and i think that winning message is because, you know, president trump was essentially on the ballot. you know, we had 11 candidates in this race. we had over about 1.2 million spent against us in this race. president trump's america first agenda was on the ballot and we won. ainsley: tell us about you. what are you like? tell us about your background and what you want to do in congress. >> sure, i grew up on a farm here in the district. i went to college on rotc scholarship. the last 25 years i have been working for the american coal industry pushing back on the radical left. and i saw what was going on in my industry and i saw what the democrats are trying to do to the rest of america. so i thought it was time to go to washington and make a difference. and that's why i'm running. ainsley: in a different race, just a district over from you shontelle brown backed lie hillary clinton beat the progressive nina turner.
turner said we didn't lose this money evil money manipulated and maligned this election. why do you think the democrats rejected her progressive message? >> i think people across the country are rejecting the progressive message. i have had as many democrats in the 15th congressional district come up to me and say we can't vote for new this primary buff we are going to vote for you in the general because you are supported by president trump. and i see that from every county across this district. ainsley: and what do you plan to do when you go to washington? how are you going to help the folks in ohio? >> listen, i think we got to put america first again. i think we have got to make sure. you guys were talking about it earlier this critical race theory being taught in our schools. we got to make sure we stop this out of control spending. i think we need a balanced budget amendment. look, i'm going to be like president trump. i'm going to be a fighter. i'm going to go to washington and put america first and work on behalf of the people of the 15th congressional direct. ainsley: mike carrie, we wish you all the best. >> thank you.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what a pretty view looking east toward the sun across downtown louisville, kentucky right now. if you are in louisville and you need to know the day ahead weatherwise it's currently 66 going for a high of 86. so that kentucky blue grass is going to need a drink of water by the end of the day because it's going to be hot. good morning, everybody. ainsley: beautiful in new york no. humidity. steve: lovely, feels like october. brian: one of the coldest julys we have had. i don't know if that will fly with climate change. steve: global cooling. brian: excepted when it's really hot it becomes global warming. i keep forgetting. steve: call it climate change and that. brian: anything that happens. if it becomes windy. it's panic time. run for the hills.
ainsley: thank you all for waking up with us. 7:01 on the east coast. if you want to fight for our country, you will soon have to be vaccinated. steve: apparently you won't have a choice. that controversial new policy from the pentagon is expected to be formally announced tomorrow. brian: wow. griff general kidnaps is live as more vaccine mandates pop up around the country. griff, they are forcing to you take the shot. griff: they are if you are in the military brian, ainsley and steve good morning. secretary austin is expected to follow through on the president's directive when he asked austin to look into how and when the military would add the covid vaccine to their list of vaccines. now all 1.3 million active duty force also need to roll their sleeves up and get the shot. that announcement coming officially tomorrow. meanwhile, here at white house, guys, a war of words between the president and florida's governor, desantis now firing back after the president singled him out on tuesday for,
quite: not doing the right thing on the pandemic response. watch. >> i say to these governors please help because you aren't going to help at least get out of the way. >> joe biden suggests that if you don't do lockdown policies, then you should, quote, get out of the way. let me tell you this: if you are coming after the rights of parents in florida, i'm standing in your way. i'm not going to let you get away with this. why don't you do your job. why don't you get this border secure and until you do that i don't want to hear a blip about covid from you. griff griff this as los angeles falls through in the footsteps big apple latest to consider vaccination proof. under a opposed law all restaurants, bars, retail stores, gyms, spas, movie stheerts, stadiums and concert venues would require that you have had at least one shot or be denied entry. the city by the way already under a revived mask mandate. and then later today, we expect
education secretary miguel cardona to be here at the white house, guys, talking about back-to-school time. florida being among those states that is banning a school mask mandate. steve, ainsley, brian? steve: it's going to be another busy day at the white house. all right, griff, thank you very much. so in addition to the pentagon saying everybody who is in the military, 1.3 military service personnel have to get the vax unless the doctor says you can't get it the administration also plans to require all foreign travelers to be fully vaccinated so they can reopen the borders. that's good. however, they are not requiring all foreign travelers who are coming up through mexico into our country to get the vaccination. ice is offering you want the shot we will give to you. about a third of them are saying no, if i have got covid, i just want to go into the united states. i don't want your shot. brian: that's unbelievable. they are not looking out for us illegal immigrants.
incredible. also, when it comes to praying in our country from other countries, there is talk now if you are not vaccinated you are not going to come. i hear the china vaccine is useless. russian vaccine vladimir putin won't take it 15% of the russians wouldn't take. it is that going to count? ainsley: a lot of americans saying i'm afraid to take it because it's not fda approved. brian: what happened to that concept? ainsley: we interviewed someone who is college student and the colleges is making him get vaccinated and he says he has an attorney and he said i don't want to do that until it's fda approved. steve: right. and that is the problem for the administration. brian: one of the many. steve: so many people, talking to mike huckabee the other day how the fda has not given final approval. they have given emergency approval. huckabee said i have got friends who say if the federal government is not saying it's officially safe yet, i'm not going to get it so that is part of the vaccine hesitancy. it sounded like final approval was going to come in january,
but there was a big item in the "the washington post" yesterday that said the administration is kind -- it could happen at the end of next month. brian: i thought donald trump got in trouble for that you are not supposed to do that. steve: joe biden said in the press conference last week he was not going to do that but that's that is happening behind the scenes. ainsley: the former assistant secretary for homeland security under barack obama has written a op-ed in the atlantic. she is saying if you didn't get vaccinated you should be on a ao fly list. steve: like a tears. ainsley: while vaccinated people should no longer carry burden for unvaccinated no. fly list for it unvaccinated adults obvious step. fly something not a right for vaccinated people having to show proof of vaccination which when flying would be a minor inconvenience. people who still want to wait and see about the vaccines can continue doing so. they just can't keep pushing all the cost on everyone else. brian: amazing everywhere goes
out of the way to divide this country. okay, red and blue. okay, fine. when in trouble, attack a republican governor if you are a democratic president. and then when in trouble get vaccinated, unvaccinated. let's have a war on that. meanwhile, why is the assistant -- former assistant homeland security secretary making these comments? why are politicians making these comments? shouldn't doctors be talking about vaccinate and unvaccinated? shouldn't you stay out of that lane dr. marty makary, johns hopkins weighed in. >> this is a growing sentiment out there right now that is a vitriol. a real anger towards those who are unvaccinated. and, first of all, i would suggest that the lexicon is wrong. we should not be talking about the vaccinated and unvaccinated. it should be the immune and the nonimmune. because about half of the unvaccinated have a reasonable cause to not be vaccinated that is they have natural immunity. there is this sentiment that we need to punish these people and so when you see proposals like we have to test the unvaccinated every day at their own expense, which is what a former biden
covid adviser recently suggested, until they get vaccinated, that's the kind of culture war right now we have ignited. i can tell you as a doctor, many doctors will tell you they have a lot of experience taking care of people who don't want to do things that we ask them to do. and you win more bees with honey than fire. brian: didn't we already settle this that you are not going to threaten people into getting vaccinated to do something. you have a governor listen, here are the fax, hospitals are filling up in florida, but you are the parents. you decide what your kids are doing. because you choose, no. you are supposed to be vilified if you say parents you have the right. you are supposed to be vilified if you decide that you don't want the vaccine. meanwhile, i think they should be focusing on how effective the vaccine is. how many break through case. can we get the cdc focusing on some data that's actually going to help us for a change instead of just using word jazz to describe what's happening in our country? steve: well, speaking of data, i'm sure to griff's point about how the secretary of education is going to be at the white
house talking about the upcoming school year. some data from the american academy of pediatrics said that coronavirus in children has gone up 84% in one week. the week before, it was a 39,000 cases. and this past week 72,000 kids had coronavirus. i also saw that in arkansas, apparently about 20% of the people who are in hospitals with cronks 20% of them are children. so, that's one of the things they are going to be talking about. there are a lot of kids under 12 cannot currently be vaccinated. but if your kids are over 12, you probably ought to get the shot. brian: right. or see a doctor and decide what you want to do. that's who usually people go to for medical advice, doctors. steve: i didn't go to a doctor before i got the shot. ainsley: that's your choice. brian: i don't think doctors should be recommending medical advice. steve: but a lot of people have been tuning in to the show for
25 years to see what we think about different things. i think if you have the opportunity, get the shot. brian: right. but shouldn't you see duke tore to give you expertise to what they are seeing. ainsley: some women don't want to get it until the baby is born. some people have just had covid they suggest wait three months before you get the shot. but, when you see these restaurants that say you can't take your kids inside because my 5-year-old can't go in a restaurant in new york. steve: which means you can't take her. ainsley: exactly. they do have outside eating. are we allowed to sit out there? or i can't go to a restaurant at all with her? only indoors, right? brian: every state is going to decide. now restaurant owners is that a vaccinated card or forged vaccinated card? we will have to find out is that real or not? is it going to be -- cuomo is great at this. are there going to be raids into restaurants. show me your vaccination, if not, fine the restaurant owner or the manager. just wait for that to be coming. steve: one of the things during
the coronavirus pandemic we have gotten billions and trillions of money pumped into the economy. a lot of the mope went to make sure people who lost their job because of the coronavirus were not kicked out of their houses. stopping the eviction program. well, now, because so many on the political left were so upset that the eviction ban expired on saturday night. even though the supreme court said the administration really can't do that, the cdc came out and extended it through october. keep in mind, there are billions and billions of and billions of dollars in the pipeline but, unfortunately, the federal government has not gotten it into the hands of the tenants who are losing their houses or of the land lords. ainsley: we have heard some people. pete hegseth interviewed someone in brooklyn who said his tenant is not at a paying. he can't evict the pen tenant. the tenant moved out and subleasing the apartment and making money on the apartment and the landlord is not getting a dime of it the white house
always says the same thing we gave states money. states are supposed to allocate this money. but that's not happening we are realizing in many of the states. brian: this is the exchange that happened yesterday in washington with peter doocy and jen psaki see at the end the kiss engenerallous response jen psaki gave. >> why isn't more being done to help the land lords who are struggling to pay their bills because they are not being paid? >> well, actually the landlords can benefit from exactly the same emergency rental assistance that renters can benefit from. >> right now as we understand it many states are not distributing that money. "the washington post" says that this measure could drive thousands of minor landlords to bankruptcy. >> we are trying to advocate for states, localities to get this money out. there is no reason it's not going out to landlords, to renters, no reason that people who are eligible are not benefiting. and we have seen a number of states, red states and blue states do this very effectively.
texas an example i used yesterday. virginia is one i highlighted today. this is why we are doing as much of this outreach and engagement as we are doing and simplifying forms. making it easier for people to understand. brian: what is so amazing is the government is saying i'm going to give you so much unemployment. there is no need to work. now we are saying there is no need to pay the rent. so, wait a second. so these landlords aren't all rich. just because the name says landlord as if you lord over people. a lot of people say this is my business. i'm going to buy some rental properties. i'm going to rent them out. i will collect rent. if people don't pay representative, i will have to get rid of them it doesn't mean i don't have a heart. it means i have to live. it's called capitalism. don't pay back your student loan. don't go to work and don't pay your rent. if you complain about that you don't like poor people. it is oso so short sighted in every way. steve: well, here's the thing, the congress has set aside
$46 billion in rental, 46 billion to help everybody. the landlords and the tenants. unfortunately, the federal government is in charge of dishing out the money and,according to "the washington post" and we quoted this story in the segment we just did. only about 7% of all that money has gotten out. so, in other words, it's sitting either in a state fund or in a local fund and the people who need it, especially the landlords are not getting it we were talking to buddy shoup who ainsley mentioned a moment ago, and he is obligated not to kick anybody out of their houses even though nobody is paying him the rent. and that's a problem. he just had an instance where one of the people is not paying him rent. their air conditioner broke. he had to pay $5,000 out of his pocket to make sure that they have a nice cool unit. he doesn't see the money coming any time soon. ainsley: that same person has three boats. steve: yeah, in the driveway. where did that money come from
he said. here is he is buddy shoup, north carolina. >> i have had tenants come to me and say i don't have it i will send them to the local programs which is funded by our local city and county. as far as government, i haven't seen any, you know, on that except for the stimulus checks that they send out to the individuals. in time crisis, like what we have been through, you know, you are evidently getting money from somewhere. but it's not getting me. you know, the guy didn't pay me rent and evidently getting money from somewhere. and he had three boats. well, lo and behold, the middle of the summer, oh, their air conditioner went out. you know, it goes way beyond the loss of rental income. we're still -- we're still bound by county rules and laws we have to maintain the property. steve: or else he would be in trouble. ainsley: if you are paying your mortgage and paying the tenant's mortgage, he or she is not paying you rent. so you are essentially paying for two mortgages and they're
living for free and you are replacing their air conditioning. brian: you just tell a bunch of renters you don't have to pay. then you tell the landlords we got money for it we are not giving it to you. do you think of the bank cares? the bank goes wait a second, you took a loan out from me to buy apartment building to rent it out. pause they are not getting rent no income taking the building back. these people are losing their property on money that's not there. on renters that won't pay. and they have nobody to going to bat for them in washington. if you go to bat for landlords oh, you don't like families. and what we're seeing the embarrassment of the squad over the weekend sleeping on the steps is a joke. and, number two, to add to that, is they -- with the administration just did is totally unconstitutional. brett kavanaugh put in his real ruling if you want this to continue, you want this to continue, have it pass through legislature. but it won't because it's not going to get the votes. ainsley: that's the squad celebrating. those are the steps you are talking about. steve: that's right. congress gave the american
people the money. the money is there for the landlords and the tenants but the federal government is not good at getting it into the hands of people. and that's why people are struggling all over the country. brian: can we also add that the money is in debt and our economy is standing up again and unemployment is down again? so, this economy is turned around. ainsley: remember when the restaurants got the money there was a system you could go through. brian: the ppp. ainsley: exactly. jen psaki says they want to improve how they do the paperwork the landlords say they are not getting the money. is it because they don't know where to go to get the money or these states aren't giving it out? steve: the biden administration has not been effective in getting the money into the pockets of the people who need it. meanwhile, time for news and here is jillian. jillian: that's right, good morning. begin your headlines with this. right now police are searching for a man wanted in the shooting of an officer in core tuesday christie, texas. you see him right there. joshua powell is considered
armed and dangerous. police say he opened fire on officers responding to a call at apartment complex. senior officer manuel was hit multiple times. the 20 year veteran is in stable condition but seriously injured. frontier now says it is supporting the flight crew who restrained this unruly passenger with duct tape. the airline reversing course after receiving backlash for suspending the staffers suspending an investigation. frontier following the move calling the move a, quote, knee-jerk reaction to the video. the pass jerusalem charged with three counts of battery for allegedly groping two flight attendants and punching a third in the face. let's go to the olympics where u.s. men ivel basketball beats australia 97-78 in the semi-finals. team u.s.a. nows h. heads to the gold medal games. they will play either slovenia or france. meanwhile back here in the state, simone biles and the u.s. gymnastics team spotted shopping in times square after competing
in the tokyo games. u.s. leads with 86 total medals despite still trailing china in the gold. but, we're still winning. and, oh, my apologies, there is another story. take a look at this. shocking video shows the heart stopping moment a man in a wheelchair is rescued from new york city subway tracks. witnesses say he fell out onto the tracks. that's when a man standing nearby jumped down and helped pull him to safety. other bystanders also pitched in to help with the incredible rescue. steve, thank you for pointing out that fourth story. i'm so used to tossing back to you guys with the medal count that just comes natural. ainsley: that is so scary. steve: how many people would do that given the fact that that third rail right there is electrified if you jump in there and do it wrong you could get electrocuted. jillian: so scary. steve: hats off to the good samaritan. ainsley: justice is served as a south carolina man is found
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it was something that we were very happy to finally be done with. so, it was just a relief to finally know that he is going to remain behind bars and that he won't be able to do this again to anyone. so that -- so for us it was just a major relief to move on from it. steve: what was she like? what was samantha like? >> samantha was really light heart offed, funny, really great kid. and the best way can i describe her, she was a great friend. he eight of her friends got up and couple of them didn't even get up to even speak. but each one of them said that she was their best friend. that just goes to show you the type of person that she was. that she was just really compassionate, great, loyal friend.
ainsley: this could happen to anyone. so many of us take ubers, i have spent many moments down in five points where she stepped into that uber, which is where all the restaurants and bars are in downtown colombia, close to the university. i know you are advocating for change in legislation. how is that going? some of these states change their laws or federal laws been enacted or in place because of this. >> yeah. so south carolina has done something with the signs on the car. north carolina, new jersey happens to be the strongest in safety that they passed with the governor and the assembly in the senate. so, new jersey has where they use actually technology to confirm the car. confirm the ride what we are trying to do moving forward is really with the foundation we started in salesman that's honor what's my name foundation is really promote safety everything
that's part of the app. that's really there. really take those extra steps of using samantha's nickname same. ainsley: tell us about your foundation and how we can find out more information. >> yeah. we started the foundation almost immediately it's something called full time what's my name.org where you can find it it's all information on there that we have public service announcements great entertainers and more to come. we have -- the psa played at the major league baseball all star weekend. it's really about information that's on there we are promoting the safety aspect of ride share. severing on there we are trying to push it out and really take that to the next step and next level of saving lives from
shower. s. ainsley: she died a brutal death and i am so sorry for you and your wife and your family's loss. but, because of her death, so many individuals probably have their life saved we are making changes because of her. i'm deeply sorry for your loss. >> thank you. ainsley: you are welcome. from one gamecock to another, bless her heart. thank you mr. josephson, we appreciate it to support the joseph son's mission to promote wide share safety what's my name.org. samantha josephson was 21 years old. we'll be right back. (man) i've made progress with my mental health. so when i started having unintentional body movements called tardive dyskinesia... ... i ignored them. but when the movements in my hands and feet started throwing me off at work... i finally had to say, 'it's not ok.' it was time to talk to my doctor about austedo. she said that austedo helps reduce td movements in adults...
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everybody around except unaccompanied minors and families? what's going on here? >> yeah. well, again, this is the result of a crisis that's been going on six months at the border it will continue until the biden administration actually implements policies that adhere to that rule of law along that border. what we are seeing is communities across the border declaring these emergencies and it's no surprise. when you have over 210,000 illegal apprehensions in one month alone, that is astronomical. and what we see what we are doing that catch and release. release having mass releases into these communities, letting these individuals go and then it's on these communities to provide the transportation, the public safety, and all the social services for these individuals. so, of course they need these states of emergency. they need additional funding from states. this is why the governor of texas, governor abbott is taking such measures because the federal government is not enforcing the rule of law in that border today. brian: 7,000 migrants. 1500 test positive for covid-19.
some get vaccines which by the way is a magnet. my goodness i can't get a vaccine in my country come to america free housing food and vaccine. when you were it federal level, was there anything locally that could pressure to you act? is there anything that really put the key on you to do something because a lot of cities feel totally frustrated. >> well, absolutely. we listened to our local law enforcement and local political leaders along that border. they are living in that community. they know knows communities firsthand. and so our job at the federal level was to support them. so we would listen to them. we would try to understand what was going on and then we would -- i would specifically devote resources at the federal level to enforce and to back up what they needed. and we don't see that today. instead, you see law enforcement and you see mayors begging for help from the federal government and the federal government doing little to respond to their
pleas. brian: yeah, here's the dhs on whether they will vaccine -- will give a vaccine to migrants, which they are considering doing. talking about not seeing around the corner and how this would be a magnet. here's the quote we at this point to monitor and reassess covid-19 protocols. at this time our protocols have not changed which means if you test positive they give you a hotel to stay in and quarantine. do you really think they are doing that? >> no. well, i think it's important to keep in mind that this talk right now about how they could vaccinate illegal immigrants coming across that border is simply because they have gotten caught. they have gotten caught in the last several months trying to answer questions why are you letting individuals go that are not vaccinated and perhaps covid positive and they can't answer that question. so now they are scrasm bling. but what we do know is that a lot of these migrants will not take the vaccine and will continue to be released into communities every day.
that's simply the wrong approach. but, we are addressing the symptoms of the issue. what the biden administration should be doing and they are not doing is actually stopping these individuals from coming to the border in the first place, which is, again, getting that rule of law back on the border. providing consequences to illegal behavior. they are not addressing that issue they continue to address the symptoms. you are continue to see these numbers and the crisis as long as they do that. brian: chad, look, where are the marines at southern border why is mexico city letting everyone fly in and walk through you? could put pressure or work with mexico as a partner. we have ignored that the vice president makes two zoom calls and goes on vacation. >> yeah. absolutely right. you have got to put more pressure. governor of mexico can do more. but, i don't know that the biden administration is willing to push them as president trump did over the last four years and you need your partners not only in mexico but in central america doing more. you need to work with them. but, as we have seen.
both the president of mexico as well as others, really viewed that this administration is encouraging this illegal behavior is occurring in the thousands and thousands of folks coming through their border as well. brian: it's frustrating because it's all fixable and lives are at stake. chad wolf, thanks so much. >> yeah. brian: all right. >> thank you. brian: you are welcome. outside money flooding into minneapolis as part of an effort to replace the city's entire police department. that's smart. plus, he has faced calls for a boycott after daring to praise former president trump at a white house event last year. goya ceo joins us as his company celebrates a major milestone ♪ ♪ don't stop ♪ believing ♪ hold on to that feeling ♪
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towners trying to influence your local election on the question of whether or not they should replace the police department with a public safety agency? >> well, i think it's probably one of the major cities that has maybe the only city that has us on the ballot right now. so they are trying to get votes or trying to tis suede people or persuade people to go one way or the other. steve: sure. one minneapolis resident wrote to the star tribune voicing their opinion. they said how are we to have a fair conversation about how public safety should be approached in our when these large outside influences are putting big dollars into influence ago important decision. i' most of them know very little what life is like in minneapolis and perhaps have never even visited here. you know mylan, there is a lot
of political interest and there is a lot that would like to get rid of the police, defund the police. >> yes, defund the police without a plan. what are they going to do? if this money is going to be spent to sit down with the community and sit down with the police and city council to make changes that's a great idea. if they are there just to donate money to make the legal people richer, i'm not agree requesting that. steve: you know, mylan, i don't know if you saw a poll. there was a poll out the other day from the harvard harris people and it said a majority of americans -- given what happened a year ago, there in minneapolis there with george floyd given that one year later a majority would like to see more police not less police. they don't support the tee fund police idea because that does not make them feel safe. >> no, it does not make you feel safe if you got rid of all the principals at a school and all
of the teachers at a school, what would happen? probably not much learning. steve: good point. and what is it like in minneapolis these days? does it feel like the same town you grew up in? >> no, it does not at all. not even when i was working. we had a general consensus with the community, the community was with us. we had national nights out that were very heavily attended. everybody loved the police. they worked with the police. we don't know where this bad influence is coming. now, there are bad police officers that need to be stopped, that's not, you know, we need to do it. and we need to rethink some of the problems that the police have to take care of. mental illness can certainly be one. alcoholism is another problem that police really don't need to take care of. steve: well, let's see what happens out in minneapolis. mylan, thank you very much for getting up early and thank you for your service. >> you are welcome. steve: all right.
14 minutes now before the top of the hour on this thursday. janice dean is out on the streets with a fox weather forecast. hey, j.d. janice: i have some neighbors in kansas here. steve: no way. janice: what is your name. >> susan we from sebeth james is from lawrence, kansas. steve: that's i went to college. janice: that's where he went to college tell me your name. >> james. janice: can you tell me the weather today. >> it's cloudy. janice: fantastic. peter, nice to meet you. take a look at the maps and see if james is right. i think he is. it is cloudy here in new york city. you have got 70 degrees on the map. we're not going to get much higher than that unfortunately. you know, if you like the cooler air, i guess you like it. we do have some showers along the coast. we could see some stray showers across the northeast and east coast, florida. the southeast and the gulf coast. but you know what? all in all not a bad forecast today. no big weather systems to talk about. it is hot though out west where we have wildfire danger once
again for the northwest. and parts of the great basin so we'll continue to monitor that. that's pretty darn hot 122 in death valley. can you give me a high five james? nicely done. everybody is nice out in kansas right, steve doocy? steve: j.d. turn to james and say rock chalk. janice: rock chalk? do you know whether a that is? do you know what that is. >> no. >> go k.u. steve: it's a mascot. janice: we learn something new every day. steve: thanks j.d. well, that went well. coming up on our program, senator rand paul is going to join us live. first, critics tried canceling our next guest and his company other support for former president trump. goya ceo bob unanue joins us with a major announcement that's going to make you feel great
now goya foods is marking a major milestone. steve: in honor of goya's 85th anniversary the company is giving 85,000 pounds of food to 20 different charities and they are pledging $2 million to end child trafficking. ainsley: that's amazing. goya ceo bob unanue joins us all to discuss this. >> good morning, y'all. ainsley: we are doing great. i know this country gave your grandfather so many opportunities 85 years ago. tell us his story and the story of the company. >> his story is he came as an immigrant to love and basically to be able to provide and make a living. i'm proud of courageous employees over the last year as you know, they have tried to kill our spirit by shutting us down. the whole economy, not just goya foods. as an essential business. we kept working with courageous people. i really think we have been
guided by the holy spirit throughout this ordeal because they have been trying to kill the spirit. that won't happen. we work courageously throughout this we have been very successful. and if we hadn't been working, we wouldn't be able to give back one morsel of food to all the people in need. so we are very fortunate and blessed to be able to give that back. and as far as courageous, you know, written 365 times in the bible be not afraid. that's been our motto. keep working. keep working courage justifiesly. stay open. so, we're happy to be able to give back and also, we have this other initiative, which is goya cares. we have nourished the body. now we want to nourish the soul. 40 million people are trafficked, bought and sold every day as modern day slaves into child and human trafficking. 70% of people trafficked are
women and over 25% of those people, of all the people are children. so we are getting behind organizations that rescue, rehabilitate, reunite hopefully into a loving family or society. and not always into the same family because there is abuse at the family. so, our aim is to nourish the soul by supporting these organizations as well as it movie starring jim can a beazel who plays a special agent goes in and rescues children. so our push this year is to support and not just this year but it's becoming -- it's the worst slavery in our history. steve: right. and you want everyone to join goya in stamping out child trafficking and by virtue of the fact that you are donating all this food and all this money,
bob, you have brought a spotlight to this issue. >> thank you, yes. to goya gives with food and goya cares through the soul. steve: all right. brian: thanks much, bob, appreciate it congratulations on persevering through all of this and continuing to thrive. >> god bless you. ainsley: be not afraid 365 times. every day of the year be not afraid. still to come senator rand paul and lara trump are going to join us in the final hour of "fox & friends." don't miss it. steve: okay i will be here. ♪ i'll take you there ♪ ♪ i'll take you there. ♪ joint pain, swelling, tenderness. my psoriasis. cosentyx® works on all of this. cosentyx can help you look and feel better by treating the multiple symptoms of psoriatic arthritis.
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us, she's mistaken. >> former assistant secretary under barack obama saying if you didn't get vaccinated, you should be on a no-fly list. >> the lexicon is wrong. we should not be talking about the vaccinated and unvaccinated, it should be the immune and non-immune. >> reporting that covid vaccine is 93% effective through six months. >> [inaudible] ♪ ooh, i'm blinded by the light. ♪ i can't sleep until i feel your touch. ♪ i said, ooh -- ♪ ainsley: good morning to you, america. thanks for waking up with us. we just saw a beautiful shot of cleveland. there it is again with that pretty bridge and the buildings in the back. steve: as we listen to weekend who sang this song at the super
bowl. brian: that's right, and i just couldn't wait for it to end. [laughter] i think of the indians, the renamed, even though president trump was against the name change. it's happening. starting next year. steve: all right. well, good morning, cleveland, and good morning, america. we're going to tell you a little bit about what is going on. on tuesday night from the east room of the white house, president biden for the second time in less than a week got on television to tell people, listen, the delta variant is going across the country. please get the shot. and then he pointed out the fact that texas and florida both have very high infection rates, and he says that if the governors aren't going to cooperate, they needed to get out of his way. well, governor desantis decided to react to that, and he said, you know what, mr. president? i'm standing in your way for a reason. here is the governor.
>> we either have a free society or we have a biomedical security state. and i can tell i -- you, florida, we're a free state. joe biden suggests that if you don't do lockdown policies, then you should, quote, get out of the way. let me tell you this, if you're coming after the rights of parents in florida, i'm standing in your way. if you're trying to restrict people, impose mandates, if you're trying to ruin their jobs and their lively hoods and their small business, if you are trying to lock people down, i am standing in your way, and i'm standing for the people of florida. so why don't you do your job -- [applause] why don't you get this border secure, and until you do that, i don't want to hear a blip about covid from you. thank you. [cheers and applause]
steve: that's what you would call a mic drop moment. ainsley: the president said he was going to shut down the virus, but by not shutting down the border, he said he has imported the virus from around the world, putting them on planes and buses and spreading the virus throughout the country. brian: he also took the ceo of tampa general and the ceos of hospitals and they're not overrun, 10-15% of their total census, as usual. they're handling it. i'd like to know this, why don't we ever talk about therapeutics? regeneron? why don't we ever talk about hydroxychloroquine like how you treat it if you get it? why? because you're afraid people will say i can survive from this unvaccinated, and you just want to, again, push the masses towards vaccination. why is that? yeah, why is that? it's a for-profit industry, and if you can make regeneron and if hospitals need it, they should
be making it. why aren't they? why is it radio silent? that's why people distrust this process. hydroxychloroquine, you write it and you're banned from facebook and social media. now it turns out, oh, a few studies show it works. the other problem is that the governor never takes into account is natural immunity, and they flat out recommend when you get covid, we don't want you vaccinated right away. wait a while. why isn't the antibody test as prevalent as the covid test? as the rapid test? find out if you have it. no rush to get it if you have it because, according to the cleveland clinic, having natural immunity is better than any shot, period. steve: well, one of the things that the white house said yesterday, the pentagon's going to announce that everybody in the u.s. military, 1.3 million service members, are going to have to get the shot unless they've got a medical reason why they do not. ainsley: it's not fda approved?
steve: no final rule yet, that's right. meanwhile, the u.s. plans to require all foreign travelers to be fully vaccinated to come into the country so they can reopen the borders internationally flight wise. however, if you are an international traveler traveling up, let's say from mexico, into our land without documents, you still don't need to have a vaccination. although we hear that, apparently, i.c.e. is offering people in their custody the shot, would you like the shot? 60% are saying yes, and the other folks are saying, no, i don't want the shot. i just want in. so let me in, i know my rights -- ainsley: ron desantis addressed that. he wants you to show your medical papers just to live an everyday life, but yet if you want to vote, he thinks it's too much of a burden to -- brian: absolutely. he called it jim crow 2.0, remember? you can't have it both ways -- ainsley: show me your medical charkts but don't show me your id to vote is.
brian: and i'm going to tap into sports again. if you're a democrat, you tap into the most popular republican whether it's donald trump or the rising star, governor desantis. so joe biden knows his message is not working, it's not resonating, so he ridicules the unvaccinated personally, then he goes after a governor that's popular to rally democrats much like when stan huff wanted to be the best running back in the league. he wants to ride with that because when joe biden gives a speech or has a town hall, nobody watches. when he speaks, nobody cares. steve: to the issue of people coming into the country, my grant on our southern border with covid, we now are able to quantify it. we have heard over the last five months 7,000 people were infected with coronavirus over five months, right? well, last week in mcallen,
texas, 7,000 migrants were released into downtown, and of the 7,000, 1,500 had coronavirus which suddenly calls into question any of the numbers the federal government has given us so far because that's just crazy. if there's 1,500 out of 7,000, how could there be only 7,000 over five months? you got to figure that to be a multiple of a hundred. ainsley: right. steve: chad wolf was talking to brian a little while ago and talked about what is going on on our border with coronavirus and also the migration invasion is no surprise. watch. >> what we're seeing is communities across the border declaring these emergencies, and it's no surprise. when you have over 210,000 illegal apprehensions in one month alone, that is astronomical. why are you letting individuals go that are not vaccinated and perhaps covid-positive, and they can't answer that question.
so now they're scrambling. what we do know is a lot of these migrants will not take the vaccine and continue to be released into communities every day. that's simply the wrong approach. but we are addressing the symptoms of the issue. what the biden administration should be doing and they're not doing is actually stopping these individuals from coming to the border in the first place which is, again, getting that rule of law back on the border, providing consequences to illegal behavior. brian: yeah. the way they handle it is to let people go quicker. that's how they're handling it, and it's still not working. they've got to put up these tent cities without local approval. meanwhile, the other major story taking place has to do with the new york governor. ainsley: yeah, you were out a the last few days -- brian: but i could not take my eyes off this. ainsley: did you catch the press conference? brian: the follow up on governor cuomo? i could not believe what i was seeing. ainsley: yeah. there's so many new stories coming out. look at the boxer who's in the
corner on the cover of the post, creep on the ropes -- steve: and all of his friends have deserted him. ainsley: "the new york post" has an editorial, everyone's deserted you, creep cuomo. it's over, just go. they interviewed people from different unions, and the unions are saying they can't continue to support a workplace violater, another union denounced the governor, said is it was indefensible and repugnant. so they're saying how, if he can't get money from the unions, how would he be able to run for a fourth term? brian: who would even consider voting for him? i wonder where the 27% are. what are you standards? if you're not related to him, how could you possibly think that? the ap picked up the phone and asked -- they need 150 votes to get rid of him and impeach him out of new york as governor. 86 members, all contacted, said they want him impeached, most of which are democrats.
district attorneys who are announcing criminal investigations into governor cuomo, manhattan, nassau is, oaswego, westchester county just outside of new york city, all looking into investigations on him. and the strategy he has is to hole up in the capital, and my fear is he's going to start declaring an emergency. he can't worry about himself, he's got to worry about us as numbers creep up and start a massive crackdown in new york state because of his lack of discipline in his life. steve: well, i don't, you know, east he's holed up in the governor's mansion trying to figure out how to save his political career, but at the same time you've got to imagine he's trying to figure out how to save his hide because four localities are looking into criminal conduct, and that could mean some serious consequences for him. and apparently, the four d.a.s in each of those counties have reached out to the attorney general, leticia james, and said, okay, from your 168-page
document, your investigation, can you give us the underlying evidence? because we would like to use that to probe the governor. ainsley: brad homan is a democrat, he's a new york state senator, and he says there's no one who supports him in the assembly. listen. >> it's a national embarrassment. the governor must go. i think the assembly has enough information to act on the attorney general's report, bring those articles of impeachment to the senate as soon as possible. this is not political, as the governor would argue. this, if anything, is the apolitical act i've witnessed in all of my time in albany. there is virtually no support in the state legislature for governor andrew cuomo. and when i say no, i mean. i don't know of a single legislator who has spoken up in support of governor cuomo.
brian: they were trying to defame the accusers. everything that he ridiculed people for put in place, new york had the zero tolerance, the strict rules and, by the way, they were going after lindsey -- lindsay boylan? is he's running as a democrat and she had interactions with him, she wanted to work for the office. rl it was all a strategy coming from the governor's office to keep your eyes off the real investigation. steve: well, this story has been covered by all the news channels except one, cnn, did not cover it the last couple nights during the chris cuomo hour because he has stayed away from it. and we have learned through the attorney general's documentation apparently chris cuomo advise ised his brother how to beat the allegations. chris cuomo was given confidential and privileged information by the executive chamber -- brian: wow. steve: -- and appeared to draft
or edit a proposed statement on the governor's behalf. and the new york times is reporting as well executives at cmn were try -- cnn were trying to offer him an idea on how to dig himself out of this hole. ainsley: they floated an idea to their star anchor, chris quo motioner as he wanted to formally advise his brother on responding to the sexual harassment allegations, he could take a temporary leave from cnn and then return to the network later. the idea was informal and strictly optional, not a request. so back in may when it came out that chris cuomo was involved in the strategy sessions for his brother, cnn did say it was inappropriate. but chris cuomo was not disciplined. and now this information's coming out from "the new york times" saying that cnn said to him,mic take some time off d you can take some time off if you want to help your brother, and then you can come back. brian it's playing out on so many levels, the other story we
wanted to share with you is what is going on with mccloskeys. mark mccloskey is going to actually be running for office now. but remember, when the virus was ransacking city after city, they started going into suburbs. he stood on his property and said is, l you're not going to go any further, keep walking. at which time there were charges put against him for defending his own property at which time there were charges against him, and he was in a legal fight for his life and his career. meanwhile, all indications were that he was more of a democrat than a republican, but he had the right to own a gun and defend his land. they said that was threatening. yesterday he got his pardon. steve: right, from the governor. and what's interesting about these particular images, and we've shown you these a number of times. according to the daily mail, one of the people who trespassed on their property, according to the daily mail, was cori bush, the
congresswoman, the freshman congresswoman from the state state of missouri. she was on cnn yesterday talking of mr. mccloskey, called him a liar, and then he says she threatened him. listen to this. >> he's an absolute liar. he has spat on hi name, and because of that his day will come. you will not, you will not be successful in all that you're trying to do when you are hurting the very people that are out trying to save lives. and he can try it, but i will not stand by and allow him or our governor to hurt the very people that are doing the work that they should be doing. brian: how dare you defend your property. ainsley: and here is mark mccloskey. >> she also said i think my day will come. i think she made a direct threat. but, you know, if she thinks she can intimidate us, she's
mistaken. when she was standing outside my fence chanting into a megaphone you can't stop the revolution, you can't stop the revolution. well, then she has the gall to stand up in the halls of congress and say anyone who supports insurrection shouldn't be allowed to walk the halls of congress. well, she's the only one i know in congress that's actively and vocally, in front of me, advocated the violent overthrow of this country. she's just a complete hypocrite and, you know, she's not going to get us to back down. ainsley: mark and his wife patricia, they were charged with misdemeanors. that's what they were pardoned for. they do get to hold on to their guns, their law licenses, and now he's running for senate. steve: that's right. they felt endangered, but an invest by a special prosecutor determined they were peaceful. unless they were officially pardoned by the republican governor of missouri. brian: and more and more people are going to take law into their own hands when they see the cops
have been really sidelined. many are turning in their badges, turning in their uniforms and deciding this is not worth it. what are people going to do to protect themselves? ainsley: all right. let's hand it over to jillian. jillian: good morning. just in, moderna says its covid-19 vaccine remains 93% effective against symptomatic illness for up to six months. the company's ceo spoke to fox business' maria bartiromo just moments ago. take a look. >> [inaudible] we have -- with the fda in may, and we're expecting to -- the last bit in august. jillian: now, he says a booster dose will be necessary for the winter, but the data was collected before the delta variant spike in the u.s.
a fox news alert, a massive wildfire nearly destroying an entire town in northern california. the dixie fire leveling homes and businesses in the mountain community of greenville. video shows a driver surround ising by flames trying to evacuate the town. the dixie's fire is the state's largest wildfire. it's been burning for three weeks scorching 278,000 acres. football returns tonight. the cowboys and steelers will face off in the nfl hall of fame game in canton, ohio, the first preseason game since 2019. both teams will be looking to their young prospects to step up with both the starting quarterbacks expected to sit out. you can catch the game tonight at 8 eastern on fox, and i will be asleep, but i'll get the highlights tomorrow morning. [laughter] steve: get the highlights. brian: one week, right? they can turn around and just play this game? we'll see. ainsley: thank, jillian. the latest lesson plan for
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♪♪ ainsley: the city of boston will not be following new york's lead when it comes to the vaccine passports as acting mayor compares the move to slave papers saying, quote, there's a long history in this country of people needing to show their papers during slavery, post-slavery. we want to make sure we are not doing anything that would further create a barrier for
residents of boston or disproportionately impact these communities. columnist stacy washington joins us now to react. good morning to you, stacy. >> good morning, ainsley. how are you? ainsley: i'm doing well, thank you. what is your reaction? >> first of all, i think it's interesting that we saw so many democrats, honestly, and the media, they called president trump when he was in office a dictator, he was hitler, he was all these horrible things, but he never had mandates. he never said is you absolutely must show me papers to prove that, say, you're vaccinated. and so we see a lot of this coming out of new york's governor cuomo, mayor de blasio and in california they're doing this. so we have a right as americans to make decisions about our bodies, and the vaccine is under emergency use authorization. so this is horrible, and her comments have merit because black americans are the least vaccinated group, and that's for a reason. ainsley: what is that reason? >> well, ainsley, look at, first off, we had the tuskegee
experiments, and that was our government experimenting on black men without telling them what they were doing. that went on for decades. so americans writ large should have a little bit of an eye for double checking what the cdc says they're going to do. but then you have the anthrax vaccine. i'm a veteran of the u.s. air force, fourth generation military veteran, and i remember when i was a child watching people that were discharged from my dad's company, he was on active duty in the army, and these are people who were perfectly healthy before they took the anthrax vaccine, and they were forced to do it under mandate, and that vaccine was under an emergency use authorization which is why the u.s. military no longer does that. so this is the wrong approach. let americans make this choice for themselves. we're adults. we can think things through, we can look at research and make our choice. ainsley: yeah, and there's some people that don't want to do it for religious reasons, some people don't want to do it because they're pregnant and they fear for how it's going to affect their baby since children aren't getting this vaccine is,
little ones aren't. there's so many different reasons, and isn't it just you're supposed to sit down with your doctor, figure out what's right for you or maybe your minister, your pastor or whoever's running your church if you don't want to get the vaccine for that reasons. there's so many different reasons, and isn't that what being an american's all about, the freedom to choose? >> it is. and, iowans lyrics i -- ainsley, i have a lot of friends of all backgrounds, and i have a very mixed reaction. i have friends who are fully vaccinated, friends who are kuwaiting, they plan to -- waiting, they plan to get the vaccine, but they want to wait more time, and i have friends who are pregnant who say i'm not getting it until i deliver. i just don't see the fervor when the death rate is down and hospitalizations are -- it depends on the metric that they're looking at, and it depends on where you are in the country how things are actually playing out. so you mentioned the border earlier in another segment. people are not being tested, those people are not being
vaccinated. ainsley: i know. it's such a double standard. thank you so much, stacy, for coming on with us. >> thank you. ainsley: you're welcome. biden takes aim at the sunshine state, and lara trump's going to react next. ♪ ♪ trelegy for copd. ♪ birds flyin' high, you know how i feel. ♪ ♪ breeze drifting on by you know how i feel. ♪ ♪ it's a new dawn... ♪ if you've been taking copd sitting down, it's time to make a stand. start a new day with trelegy.
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♪ jillian: this just in, a judge ordering the biden administration to quickly respond to a legal challenge to the cdc's eviction ban. the alabama association of realtors say an emergency filing overnight saying the eviction ban was to, quote, ease political pressure after the cdc director extended the eviction moratorium to october 3rd. the biden administration must respond by tomorrow morning. go to the olympics where the u.s. men's basketball team beats australia 97-78 in the semifinals.
team usa now heads to the gold medal game. they'll play either slovenia or france. meantime, simone biles and the u.s. gymnastics team spotted shopping in times square after competing in the tokyo games. and now now a look at the current count, usa leads the board with 90 total medals. steve, to you. steve: we're number one with total medals. jillian, thank you. meanwhile, florida governor ron desantis firing back at president biden over his handling of the border surges sounding the alarm over the administration transporting migrants all around the country unbeknownst to the country. >> no notice. they do not tell us. we have to sometimes do, we try to do investigations, sometimes we've gotten some documents given to us where where we put two and two together, but they do fly people in, they fly in unaccompanied minors. you've got a lot of military-age males, and it's not mostly
mexicans, it's people from asia, the middle east, africa, haitians, you name it. it's an issue beyond covid because it's about the security of our country. steve: joining us now, fox news contributor lara trump joins us. lara, good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. great to be with you. governor desantis is exactly right. this is absolutely insane that our federal government is able to just send illegal immigrants all over the country. and, i mean, there's a reason that people are flocking in droves across the country to florida. it is because of that man right there, ron desantis. he's a governor who has stood up in the face of all the nonsense, he has taken a common sense, logical and freedom-based approach to covid. and i thought it was really amazing to hear him push back on what president biden tried to say yesterday. steve: right. >> about the state of florida. steve: and a couple of -- he was
responding to what the president said i think on tuesday afternoon in the east room where he said, you know, the infection rate is very high in florida and texas, and if the governors aren't going to help, just get out of the way. well, the president was also asked by a white house correspondent, mr. president, if you're so worried about covid, what about all the unvaccinated people coming in from the southern border, and the president said, essentially -- i'm paraphrasing -- well, we still have that title 42. and the only people we're letting across are unaccompanied minors. lara, that is not true. >> no, of course it's not true. everyone knows that is not true. and the hypocrisy here, i think, is just staggering. when you -- the biden administration enacted something that says if you're not a vaccinated person, you cannot travel? what about the people just floating over our southern boarder? these people are not vaccinated. they have very high rates of covid.
they are being shipped on planes and buses, given bus tickets and plane tickets to go all over the country. by the way, on the taxpayers' dime here in america. and you heard from governor desantis, the statements don't get any -- states don't get any notice. these are particular states where these migrants are headed, they are shipped to these states. and so i think it's ridiculous to suggest that we're going to have -- we're going to enact a ban on people coming in that aren't vaccinated? what about the southern border, joe biden? steve: yeah, no kidding. meanwhile, another hot topic is critical race theory which is being taught in a number of schools. a public schoolteacher published a book called "a parent's guide to critical race theory." it's available, apparently, at amazon and wherever you buy books. this is somebody from the inside, a teacher, explaining to the parents who are worried about how they do it. >> yeah. critical race theory is poison
for our younger generations, it's poison for america. it teaches us to judge one another based on the color of our skin, not the content of our character, and teaches people to hate america. it is not anything we want in our schools. and if you ever wonder, well, how would i know if it's being taught in my school, you're exactly right, steve. this teacher goes throughout this book and tells you little tissue to -- tips to identify if you suspect it's being taught even in the smallest way, it helps you identify it. he gives you tips on how to push back against it. i think it's going to be really important. look, the school year's starting in a couple of weeks in many statements across the country. this is going to be important to the future of america. every parent should pay attention. steve: lara trump, fox news contributor, thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: all right. coming up on our show, a former obama aide -- actually, an obama official -- makes an extreme suggestion for unvaccinated americans; put them on a no-fly list. kind of like a terrorist.
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petty tyrants. gop senator rand paul joins us now, he takes on anthony fauci because no one else will. [laughter] senator, what's your take on the suggestion in the atlantic? >> obscene, you know, that if we now disagree in our personal medical decisions with the left, they're going to declare that we're a terrorist and that we can't fly. i think that on the practicality of that even if you said, okay, we're going to do this, even the cdc says you're not supposed to get vaccinated if you've been infected for three months. so what are we going to do, tell people they can't fly for three months? i actually think your immunity from being infected is going to last a lot longer w. the 2004 end dem im, you still have immunity. there are still people alive who have natural immune friday from the spanish new in 1918. even according to the cdc, this idiot would have us not flying for three months, so it makes no sense, it's complete collectivism. and all of these people are the
same people who hooted and hollered and said trump is leading us to authoritarianism. what could be more authoritarian than a no-fly list for people who disagree with you? brian: what about the vilification of people that want a choice like governor desantis, governor abbott, we're not going the make mask mandates? now the president's going after the governors and the unvaccinated. why does he need to make an enemy of people? >> well, i think that if you look objectively at mask mandates whether it's in statements, cities, counties -- states, cities, counties or country, there's no correlation between a mandate and a reduction. in fact, it's the opposite. the more mandates we got, the more of the disease we got. i don't think the masks caused the disease, but i don't think the masks helped any. and, in fact, most people are wearing cloth masks, and 97% of virus-sized particles go through cloth masks, so it's actually a disservice when dr. fauci says the mask is more important than the vaccine. that's malpractice. the vaccine is very important,
so's natural immunity, but the cloth masks don't stop the disease and if you're telling someone who's taking care of a covid patient and you're wearing a cost max, that's terrible -- mask, that's terrible advice. that's advice that'll kill you. dr. fauci needs to move away from advice because almost all of it has been wrong-headed but some of it's actually dangerous. brian: senator, they can't handle you because you're a doctor. dr. fauci is totally hamstrung his of role with peter daszak. according to the academy of pediatrics did a study on wednesday,and they said numbers among kids are going up. does that concern you? >> the largest study of the delta variant was in england a couple weeks ago, and they're a few weeks ahead of us, and they showed zero deaths in vaccinated people under 50 and .08 deaths
under 50 unvaccinated. so even the unvaccinated did pretty well with the delta variant. it's very transmissable, people are going to get it, people who have been vaccinated and who have already had the disease are going to get the virus, but it's much less deadly. brian: and, senator, if you are telling me to get vaccinated telling me i'm the problem or the person watching is the problem, how can you do that and leave the southern border open to tens -- to one plus million people since you took office? or many of them positive for covid-19. you're totally compromised. >> yes. it's just pure hypocrisy. they're taking kids from down at the border who may have it and plucking them up and putting them all over the united states as if they're wishing to seed the country with a new variant. it's an awful thing to do. but the bottom line is for those who are saying i won't go to a restaurant unless we force everybody to be vaccinated, if
you're vaccinatedded, you are overwhelmingly safe from hospitalization and death. mind your own business. brian: i hear ya and i agree. senator rand paul, thanks so much. >> thank you. brian: all right. hey, i want to check in with senior meteorologist janice dean by the power vested in me. she's going to give us, according to reports, the weather forecast. [laughter] janice: you have so much power, brian, i almost feel struck by it. brian: i do. janice: let's take a look at the maps. it's a little cloudy here in new york. we have some showers offshore that might make their way inland. 70 here in new york, 67 in chicago, 62 in denver, and the heat is building across the west again. so in terms of showers and thunderstorms, south texas and towards florida, we've got that frontal boundary that's lingering off the east coast, so some of that could get in here. southwest still dealing with pop-up showers and thunderstorms as well and heat builds across the southwest where we have heat advisories. and yesterday we were talking about no concerns at all in the
tropics. i must have jinxed it. we have a couple of areas of low pressure out there in the atlantic that we will continue to monitor. all right, for the power invested in me -- invested or vested? brian: vested. janice: okay. i turn it back to the great brian kilmeade. brian: and she did not have to do that, she did it on her own volition. you could have kept the show hostage. i have it back. coming up, thousands of people are stranded in airports across the country. no chaos here, bill hemmer has been working to get his show ready. have you been successful, bill? bill: i think we've got two hours of action-packed drama, my friend. and welcome back, we missed you. brian: thank you for missing me. [laughter] bill: see you soon is, brian. there is new evidence about china's nuclear program, we'll talk to the experts coming up here. the biden team picking a fight with florida, the governor responding. will the teachers union put the kids back in zoom class again
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a hard year. we deserve -- [inaudible] >> reporter: and many people are criticizing the airlines saying they were caught flat-footed by the return of leisure travel this summer even after receiving tens of billions of dollars in federal aid to keep employees on the payroll. i talked to the head of the flight attendants union who says this situation is bad, but without that a aid it would have been even worse. >> bank trustees, many airlines going out of business altogether and the demand that the returns from the american public would put a lot of pressure to lift the limits on foreign ownership. >> reporter: spirit tells us the situation should is start improving today but, steve, ainsley and brian, still a lot of frustration all over the u.s. steve: grady, i think spirit said that yesterday, things are going to get better.
thursday. today, not so good. 45% of the flights cancel ised, as you said. so are these airlines caught in a situation where they had furloughed people during the pandemic and suddenly everybody decided they're going to start flying again and they got caught shorthanded? >> reporter: that's certainly a big part of it, brian -- steve the, because they had a lapse in that federal funding from october to about december, and then all of a sudden people started getting vaccinated and flying again. add to that the weather problems and the i.t. problems unrelated to the staffing challenges, and it's just the perfect storm of all of these cancellations at once. ainsley: well, how's it going to get better with the staffing issues? did they just hire a lot of people yesterday? steve: great -- [laughter] >> reporter: well, they had, they had to reboot the i.t. system that was down. that also was responsible for scheduling, so getting people in certain place, crews on the flights that they're supposed to be on. so they say it's going to get better, but we're going to keep an eye on it.
brian: ten seconds, did they give anybody notice this was happening? do they get to the airport and find out? >> reporter: i just talked to a woman who told me she found out at 1 a.m. this morning, now she's here at the ticket counter with one person helping them. a bit of a mess. brian: no kidding. steve: grady trimble live in o'hare where it also runs smoothly. thank you very much. ainsley: that's so frustrating, especially if you have a family emergency or you are getting married -- steve: two texas democrats who are the runaway guys, flew to portugal. iowans i heard. steve: so not all airlines have been grounded. brian: more "fox & friends" in just moments.
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