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an episode. it's day 18. americans hold hostage behind enemy lines. we're not going to stop until every american is safe and secure and home, back with our american family. until then, we will not give up. let not your hearts be troubled, laura ingraham. >> laura: good message. no american left behind. excellent message to end the program and start this one. i'm laura ingram. this is "the ingraham angle." the biden administration was forced to admit that not only were the vast majority of people flown out of afghanistan, not only the ones that didn't help us, many may not be afghans at all. this is unbelievable. ken cuccinelli says the man he fired for altering documents is
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now in charge of vetting the refugees. great. cuccinelli is here to tell us more. but first, frauds and generals. that's the focus of tonight's angle. less than 24 hours after biden's tone deaf speech about the withdrawals, his top generals squandered their last bit of credibility. they said anything to prop up the commander-in-chief that didn't fire them. they bombed. not in the way we want the military to bomb. we have 13 american troops dead, hundreds of our fellow citizens stuck in enemy territory and an emboldened taliban and other terrorists. any rationale person knows this was a humiliating failure. the honorable thing you have done was to admit you didn't
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tender and send in your resignation. but general austin and mark milley mouthed whatever biden wanted them to say. >> it was heroic. it was historic. and i hope that all americans will unite to thank our service members for their courage and their compassion. >> their talent, their efforts have carried this fight day and night. i'm certain of for any soldier, sailor, airman or marine and their family, your service mattered. it was not in vain. >> laura: instead of giving us a detailed military analysis of what occurred, they regurgitated the it is a problem that the white house coms team has given us for days. as if anyone ever doubted the
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heroism of our troops. far from it. so how odious to use the shield of blame and accountability for themselves. for them, it's never the right time to level with the american people. >> there hasn't been a single operation that i've ever been involved in where we didn't discover that there's something that we could have done better or more efficiently or more effectively. i want to take the time to do it the right way. so we'll do that in the days ahead. >> laura: well, it's always we'll do it later. to truly value the sacrifice of our troops, we must demand the truth from our government officials. the families of the fallen deserve nothing less than a full accounting. last night paula whose son was
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killed had a message for president biden. >> all the men and women in uniform stand and take orders and they do their responsibility. they face the consequences of not doing them. where in congress, where in our nation's capitol, who will stand up and say i messed up? i am responsible. who will do that? >> laura: imagine if this scenario were playing out under president trump. the democrats and the media will be tag teaming. instead, they circle the wagons and come across with fans. >> what did you see with troops and veterans that makes you feel
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you -- it's a rare thing, that makes you feel these messages must continue? general milley, was struck. you used the word pain and anger. can you help people understand that? where does your pain and anger come from? if you can answer your views on that. is she kidding me? and reporters let milley reframe the entire objective of the war in afghanistan. >> the soldiers, sailors and marines gave their lives so that others may live free. they literally gave their tomorrows for the tomorrows of people they never knew. those 124,000 that will now live in freedom because american blood shed on their behalf. >> laura: now try putting that in the military recruiting pamphlets.
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join the army so you can die for other people's freedom when we lost a war. the fact is our troops don't sign up for that at all. they signed up to defend their homeland, defend their family, defend their friends and defend our freedom. not to pass out water bottles when terrorists were mixing in with the crowd. they're incompetent military leadership let them be sitting ducks when officials knew an attack on that airport was imminent. they needed real military leaders to protect them. instead, they get the equivalent of second rate political hacks. a few months ago our commander-in-chief and his top military brass were focused on white rage and climate change when they should have been scanning out all possible afghanistan scenario. as to throw acid on an open sore, these same foolish men have moved on to rewriting our
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immigration laws, specifically on the refugee question and who deserves special immigrant visas. remember trump had smartly reduced the number of refugees allowed in to the country. now defense secretary austin wants to blow that all up. >> the siv program is obviously not designed to accommodate what we just did in evacuating over 100,000 people. so perhaps this program should be looked at going forward. secretary blinken and the state department worked hard early on to shorten the timeline that it takes to work your way through that process. >> laura: okay. here's an idea. we need a different type of general. we want generals that can actually win wars, not ones that mislead congress for years about the fitness of the afghan army and the likelihood of victory. how dare they try to lecture us about how many afghans or
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nonafghans that the taxpayers here should have to support when they couldn't support the armed forces that depended on them? the same guys that cut corners in our hasty withdrawal now argue that we should cut corners again. this time to speed up the resettlement and vetting of afghans? how do we know who helped their do what? how do we know who is telling the truth here because some ngo vouches for some person that -- you see where this is going. there's literally millions of people in afghanistan that could be considered at risk. should they all come? you think maybe congress should get involved here or let austin make all the decisions? this is an administration after all that believes the taliban will actually help us or that china cares about stuff like climate change or that europe will help us with china. they're naive doops that have been wrong about everything and
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we have zero reason to believe that they can adequately and efficiently vet anyone. when the left used to care about a president by the way politiciing the military? >> i think the military leadership has to make clear that they're not there to be politicized by this or any other president. >> the optics are poor that the military is somehow turning against the american public. >> the whole idea of federal agents being able to act with integrity is undercut by any suggestion that you're going to politicize them in this way. >> laura: who is politicizing the military now? what is really tragic here is the u.s. in danger from terrorism from aggressive china. now more than any time since the cold war, we need competent and committed military leaders that can help protect us and our freedoms from our enemies. biden tells us that the decision to handle the withdrawal was
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unanimous. all of his military advisers agreed. if that's the case? really? which i don't believe, they all need to be fired. i see zero reason to believe given what we've seen in the last few months that our military is currently constituted, led by these men, can defeat china anywhere at any time. i was thinking about this today. do we think general mcarthur or bradley or marshall or eisenhower would have put up with ineptude of milley and austin? of course not. if austin had been in charge of the korean landing, china would be in charge by now. if regan asked milley to save grenada, it would been in cuban hands today. if these guys were in charge of
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the cold war, he would be running the whole world by now. our troops need a function military led by competent men and women. china is threatening genocide. if these guys can't figure out how to defend an airport, how can they secure taiwan? that's the angle. joining me now is afghanistan veteran retired brigadier general don baldoc. your call for them to step down came before they stepped up to the podium today. did anything of either of them said make you regret signing that letter? >> no. it reinforced the fact that i signed it and the reasons i signed it. to make one point, to add to
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your very good points, is that we have been warned about lions being led by lambs. it has plagued militaries from time to time and this is what we're seeing in the united states military today. it's unfortunate. >> laura: what i'm stunned about here is we face real problems. afghanistan obviously is a real problem. but we have john kerry going over to talk to china about climate change. i'm fully anticipating a gradual surrender of u.s. sovereignty to china in the next few years. no one think that kerry is positioned to be tough on china. so what is the handling of the withdrawal in afghanistan say to our most serious adversary on the global stage today? >> well, it says that they can bully us around.
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what secretary austin and general milley and general mckenzie did was weaken us. our geo political positioned has been weaked. this is not just about afghanistan. this is about a region that has nuclear concerns with pakistan and india and stabilities in kazakhstan and uzbekistan. out west, iran. this is a very dangerous neighborhood that it's not just about afghanistan. then you extend it to the rest of the world and you see that we are walk. i've been told by member of the military that i served with they're on the ground in other places in africa and other places that their partners are telling them we can't trust america. our guys in many cases put their lives on the line and require the support of our partners. when they don't trust us and they don't think we're going to be there for them, this makes it
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dangerous. austin and milley have been architects of a failed war policy since they were one-star generals. austin was in charge of it as the centcom commander. so if they failed predominantly the last 20 years as general officers, then how in god's name can we think that they were going to get the withdrawal right? >> laura: if they were college basketball coaches with their record, they would have been fired after one season. somehow in the military you can fail upward and upward and keep going. this whole things that to be reformed. thank you, general. we'll have you back. so much to get to here. after spending months vilifying fellow americans as domestic extremists, general austin is welcoming the latest crop with open arms. >> some of the brave afghans will be coming to make new lives
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with their families in america after careful screening. we're temporarily sheltering some of these evacuees at military facilities here at home, welcoming these afghans isn't just about what they have done. it's about who we are. >> laura: we need him to lecture us about who we are? i ask this today because a senior official admitted that the u.s. still doesn't have reliable data on who was evacuated from afghanistan. more than 120,000 people of all nationalities were evacuated from the kabul airport as the military with drew. initial figures suggest about 8,500 of those that left were afghans. so as we've been asking now for two, three weeks, who is really coming here? joining me now is ken cuccinelli. ken, i am stunned when i watch
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these republicans, these senators on tv like joni ernst on cnn earlier today saying we welcome the refugees with open arms. makes everyone feel better to say that. but shouldn't we be concerned that the same people screwed up withdrawal are trying to ensure us about the entering asy process? >> yeah, we've been setting about 750 of the sivs. these are folks that helped americans in afghanistan. about 750 a year for 15 years. now we're going to do 18,000 and their families in weeks or months? that is just not realistic. the vetting process done correctly is about a 14-step process. typically taking 18 months to two years. if you pour enough resources in anything you can accelerate that. that assumes that you can gather the information that you need to determine who is in front of
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you. as you noted, laura, in your comments, only a small minority of the afghans that have been evacuated out of afghanistan are even alleged to have worked with us over in afghanistan. this is a minuscule portion of the overall population. i am not excited about large scale afghan refugee movement over here. pew, a left-wing foundation, did a survey in after again stan eight years or so ago and found that 99% of them want to live under sharia law. that is not compatible with assimilating to the united states of america. >> laura: tell us about this person that you fired who is now involved in the vetting process. >> yeah, so john lafferty was
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trying to run his program. i removed him from his position. this is before i was deputy secretary when i was leading the united states cis. they are one of the key dhs agencies in doing the vetting such as it is and handling the visas for these incoming folks for the department of homeland security. now he has been put in charge of this as i understand it for uscis. i saw today in one of these crazy press conferences, maybe yesterday, one of the folks for dhs said that someone from fema is in charge -- >> laura: fema? >> which tells me that they're just treating this as a logistical effort to house lots of people quickly, not a vetting effort of some people with three deadly terrorist groups over there. taliban, isis and al-qaeda.
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we have to screen -- >> laura: ken, we don't even know who has crossed our southern border. we have 1.5 million who have crossed our southern border. there's various bases, centers, family centers, set up -- spending billions to get veterans on the street in the united states and now we have 50,000 jen psaki. said get ready for the military bases and double or triple that amount. unbelievable. it's worth asking the questions. thanks. two senior fda officials have resigned over biden's vaccination plan. what is the story there? and the covid crusaders are tout ago new study of course to push their favorite religious symbol, the mask. it's full of holes, not the mask. dr. scott atlas is back.
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he joins us next.
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>> laura: first the administration said you need a booster shot eight months after getting the covid seen. and then six. biden said it was five. okay. now according to dr. fauci, it's back up to eight. confused yet? we have to trust the experts even though they can't get their
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numbers straight. on top of that, two fda officials are reportedly stepping down over the rushed booster edict or policy. trace gallagher has the details for us tonight. >> laura, the big headline is the biden administration is pushing forward with booster shots before the top scientists weigh-in. while the white house says they like to follow the science, instead they're exercising political pressure. now two of the top vaccine regulators are resigning, this could lead to a bigger mutiny. staff members feel like they have been cut out of key decisions and the plan to offer shots is premature and unnecessary. yet the administration has september a september 20 deadline to beginning most adults booster shots.
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remember, pfizer just completed its booster shot application to the fda five days ago. its anybody's guess when pfizer will get approval and we also don't know when moderna or johnson & johnson will submit their initial applications. then as you mentioned, there's the confusion started by the president himself. last week biden said booster shots could be given five months after the initial vaccine. the biden administration says it's eight months. so despite no fda approval, the cdc says more than a million people in the u.s. have already gotten boosters. an indication that healthcare providers are taking guidance from the white house. here's jen psaki. watch. >> our responsibility and our objective is to save more lives, protect more people and as soon as the science made clear that boosters help do that, we wanted that information out to the public. >> dr. marty makary says that is not accurate and the white house
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should stop undermining the fda. watch. >> the data are not out showing that people, the regular everyday american public needs a booster. there's no evidence right now that the vaccinated immunity is waning and preventing hospitalizations and deaths. >> president biden promised that scientists would lead these decisions, not the white house. again, that was seven months ago. laura? >> laura: wow, trace. thank you. the blue checks were going gaga on twitter over a new stu did for mask mandates. the study based on data from villages in bangladesh claims roughly 29% increase in mask use resulted in a roughly 9%, 9% decrease in symptomatic covid infections. so is this settled science? far from it. here's dr. scott atlas, author of the upcoming book "a plague upon our house." you can order it now on amazon.
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dr. atlas, you say this study suffers from some significant shortcomings. what are they? >> okay. thanks for having me, laura. first to say, this is the second randomized prospective study, which is a good study, this is a study in bangladesh, the randomized villages where some villages were taught to wear masks and others were not. the first study that we have is important. it's the denmark study that showed that people wearing masks, individuals wearing masks do not have a lower risk of infection testing for virus than people wearing masks. those are high quality surgical masks, a randomized study. that is known. very good effort. masks do not protect somebody from getting infection. this is a different type of study, this tests to see if people get in a village symptomatic covid if the
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villagers wear masks versus other villages that they don't wear masks as much. what this showed was -- it's a good study. it's randomized. what it showed, two results. one in people defining covid as symptoms plus anti-bodies, there's no evidence that cloth masks have any impact. no significant impact with cloth masks for people who have covid as defined by covid symptoms with anti-body documentation. so cloth masks are worthless according to this study. the second part is the surgical mask study. the certainlying call mask study shows there's from my reading here about 11% decrease in individuals having symptomatic covid with anti-bodies. 11%. so basically only older people. so what this shows you after all is said and done is that it confirms that cloth masks are worthless. shows if you take the data, a
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very minimal impact, 11%, decrease in symptomatic cases in mask usage by the village. so you know, of all the clamoring for something desperately to show that masks work, this is what i would call extremely weak tea. it confirms the reason why we have seen all over the world and in the united states that mask usage by the population does not significantly stop the spread of the virus. >> laura: so not a -- >> it's been oversold. people are so desperate to find some pebble somewhere that shows masks work. >> laura: a new bmj study about hospitalization rate, dr. atlas, among scottish teachers and their families. teachers and household members were not find to be at an increased risk of hospitalization with covid and found to be lower risk for
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covid-19. this finding should find those engaged in face-to-face teaching. it's a preprint. should be peer review. real quickly, your thoughts. >> i haven't seen the study. i can tell you that there's data from all over the world and this sounds confirmatory that teachers don't have a higher risk for covid. people that use in-person schools don't have higher risk for covid. sweden had 1.8 million children, no masks, no social distancing and no increased risk of covid for anybody including teachers. >> laura: we've been saying this for i don't know, 1 1/2 years? so people -- >> a long time. >> laura: yeah, like rinse and repeat. dr. atlas, thank you. the media ignoring another major biden scandal. raymond arroyo is here next with the gory details. that's next in seen and unseen.
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>> laura: it's time for a seen and unseen segment where we expose the cultural stories of the day. for that, we turn to fox news contributor raymond arroyo. you're an ida refugee. how are things now? >> not good, laura. especially for those in grand isle that were devastated by this storm. we pray for all of them. new orleans fared a little better. i'll tell you why. mayor cantrell stated the of course. see if you can pick out the word of the day, laura. we have now lost power. the plant that provides power to new orleans was compromised. we rely on this plant to ensure that we have power. it's very dangerous in addition to the storm also without
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electricity. but this is citywide. it's unsafe. chief? >> without power, that creates opportunity for some. we will not tolerate that. we will implement our anti-looting deployment to ensure the safety of our citizens. because it is without -- we're without power, we need to be vigilant. >> apparently the word of the day is "power." there's a million people in new orleans and the surrounding areas that have no electrical power. that could go on for weeks. these local leaders should have buried the lines years ago and strengthened the real infrastructure. the people of new orleans are suffering from that today. we can't go home because of that. for the anti-looting deployment, the looting was underway when they made that announcement. >> laura: how many people though have been arrested, raymond, for loot something. >> new orleans leaders would refuse to release the numbers. it would make the city look bad.
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we have potholes you can drive a tall bank tank in but fear not, mayor cantrell is keeping her people informed. >> we must absolutely address all of our challenges and we will. we did. we do have some. more information to come. again, more to come. i believe this time is going to be best for us to pivot to those assets in neighborhoods. again, more to come. we're planning this out now. >> more to come, laura. i love how she claims victory. we did it. the american taxpayer spent $14 billion up to grade those levees that kept the city being swamped by water. what about the power, safety to our gas lines in the city? she did it all right. >> laura: what else, raymond? >> there's the bloody scandal at the biden white house that has gotten virtually no coverage. judicial watch, laura, just
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released secret service records that biden's dog major is using agents like chew toys. during one recent encounter, agent david cho, head of the presidential division exchange, sounds like a whose on first sketch, he writes was it may you're? doesn't sound like it. another agent answers, minor. did break skin. sorry. meant it was major, the name of the younger german shepherd. he's been an issue lately. dog major, injury minor. >> laura: raymond, this gets better. the advisory warns agents to stand your ground and protect your hands and fingers by placing them in your pockets or behind your back? i thought it was just a nip. it wasn't anything serious. isn't that what we were told? >> apparently it's multiple bitings. secret service and white house
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employees should not have to put up with this. the bidens should have to move that dog to delaware or let hunter watch it. maybe major is biting people. when he does have human interaction with his master, it goes this way. >> what happened was -- i got out of the shower. i got a dog. anybody that has been around my house knows the pop dropped a ball in front of me. i grabbed the ball and he ran and i was joking running after him to grab his tail. what happened was that he slid on a throw rug and he tripped on the rug. that's what happened. >> laura: raymond, i wish we had more time. minor, major league problem. in moments, my trip to california culminated in a ride-aloaning with a specialized lapd unit. we'll have that footage when we come back. ng with a specialized lapd unit. we'll have that footage when we come back. ng with a specialized
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lapd unit. we'll have that footage when we come back.
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>> a couple years ago, this park was overrun by black and hispanic gangs.
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since we've been here in 2019, hit has changed significantly. >> sergeant ron is part of a community safety partnership looks to end tensions with community and police. >> we reduced crime 68%. a huge amount. the primary purpose of csp is to lower crime in this area by building the relationships with everyone. >> sergeant kingi grew up in this area. he understands that kids need role models especially if they don't have one at home. one of the reasons he chose policing. >> i grew up with poverty, gang crime. i want to be a symbol of structure for the children. because that's where i see where it's messed up from the beginning. parenting at home, the children at home, they have nothing to do so they join gangs. i want to stop that. the best i can. to make people feel safe.
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>> we toured an area grand the grand corridor, which is a hotspot for violent crime. sadly community policing isn't really having much of an impact here. >> i really feel sorry for the people that live in these houses. >> oh, my gosh. >> we have multiple shootings, robberies, stabbings, drug use, prostitution, everything along these streets. we come here to clean it up, but they literally come right back. >> anti-police sentiment has grown in this area since the killing of george floyd. but sergeant kingi is making it a point to improve things. he brought us to see marilyn green that wasn't thrilled about the idea of lapd being in the neighborhood. >> i left any grandbaby at the house. never sent him across the street because i know the police is there. i don't have to worry. a lot has got done, believe me.
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sergeant kingi is not just lapd. they came in, took awhile. but it's like we family. it's not like i don't look at them as being the police. >> how important is that? >> real important to me. i didn't like the police. >> tell us why. >> why? because they -- they [bleep] holes. but these police is here, they made me understand their job. they job is just as hard as my job. if it wasn't for sergeant kingi and them helping out, my job would be harder than what it is. sergeant kingi and them helped a lot. >> the kids are not running from the police? >> no. >> stereotyping. >> no. my grandson used to run from police. >> now? >> he don't. he will hang out with them, talk with them. if he calls them, he see what's they want. he won't disrespect them at all.
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>> laura: with crime raging, what does california governor gavin newsome have to run on? nothing. except pathetic attempts to frame his black opponent, larry elder as a race traitor, which elder is confronting head on. >> i've always been called the black face of white supremacy. i've been called bug eyed uncle tom, oreo, coconut. the anti-christ. you name it, i've been called that. >> laura: my next guest is hitting back against those ugly attacks in a new op-ed. elder is breaking the taboos about black crime in an effort to save black lives. joining me now, one of our favorites, heather mcdonald from the manhattan institute, author of "the war on cops." heather, you predicted this, but it's clear here that elder is perceived as a problem for the left. whether he is successful against spending that is seven times what he has by the democrats,
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but they're worried about him. why? >> he's a threat to the democratic hold on california and he's also a threat to the perceived monopoly of left wing ideology on black voters. so their biggest message is using the race card. they're accusing him of being a why supremacist. so white is larry elder that nobody mentioned the historic nature of his candidacy, that he would be the first black governor of the biggest state in the country. if he were a democrat, we would be hearing about breaking glass ceilings and diversification. all we can talk about is he would reinstate jim crow. >> laura: as you point out in your piece, elder has the temarity to state who the
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victims of the crime are and who the perpetrator are. the left can't confuse the facts. but they say by reporting the facts he's a racist black man. how does that make sense? >> it's a complete taboo. you're not allowed to talk about the facts that blacks die of homicide between the ages of 10 and 43 at 13 times the rate of whites. that is a civil rights problem. the problem in the community is not the police. it's criminals. that's what larry elder is saying. he's warning us when you demonize the cops as racist, they back off. the result is hundreds of thousands more black lives taken. black children, gunned down on a regular basis in their beds and front yards. elder is confronting that fact. nobody else wants to talk about it. if he gets in to the governorship, we'll have the police once again reactivated, able to do their jobs and one
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would hope blacks in communities able to go about free from fear, go to work, go to school without worrying about these insane drive-by shootings. >> laura: in south park where i spent that time with the special unit to combat crime violence, i mean, i found the folks there just -- they just want what everybody else wants. they want safety, they want to be respect. when you ask basic questions of what kind of life they want to lead, ask them are you happy the way things are. no. why not make a change? a lot of them say yeah, maybe we should. so again, if we had a media that was fair and didn't have million dollar donations going to newsome to shield him from criticism, who knows what might happen. >> yeah. break that monopoly. try something different. the narrative that the cops are
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on this vendetta to gun down black -- innocent blacks is completely false. i crunched numbers for this piece. i found this year a police officer is 370 times more likely to be killed by a black criminal than an unarmed black is to be killed by a police officer. larry elder understands that this narrative is not just false, it's dangerous. >> laura: heather, phenomenal writing as usual. coming up, how do you prank a school board meeting? the last bite explains. hat's poe with rybelsus®. ♪ you are my sunshine ♪ ♪ my only sunshine... ♪ rybelsus® works differently than any other diabetes pill to lower blood sugar in all 3 of these ways... increases insulin when you need it... decreases sugar... and slows food. the majority of people taking rybelsus® lowered their blood sugar and reached an a1c of less than 7.
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>> laura: do you remember how they would call the tavern and ask -- well, now it looks like he has made his way into virginia's school board meeting. >> i feel you in --
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i leaned over. i leaned over. >> laura: that went on and on and on. it got a lot better, but the kids will do the darndest things. that is it for us tonight. remember it is america now and forever. "gutfeld!" is next. [applause] ♪ ♪ >> greg: i blame them for everything. all right, happy wednesday, everyone. we have a great show tonight. good to see lisa boothe is back. yeah, you can clap. [applause] it's good to see her, especially after what happened to her last night. ♪ ♪


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