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you were alleging that it was rigged. rachel: rig is kind of a big word. actually congratulations mollie hemingway on that. pete: we had a pumpkin carving contest if you missed it. rachel: so for smooth talking and buttering up the judges in the crowd you definitely win, lawrence. in terms, pains me to say it, in terms of actual performance with the drill, and a very well-done pumpkin, i have to say pete, it pains me, but you won. you won, absolutely. pete: rachel declared me the winner of yet's pumpkin carving contest. rick's was phenomenal. my kids said you won. the snakes inside the eyes of ricks, are you kidding? lawrence: the ladies -- rachel: the ladies, that should say all you need to know.
lawrence: all said, you had one person, one lady said you won. i'm a little offended -- rachel: a little mexican lady. lawrence: i always had rachel's back. rachel: i so sorry. lawrence: i'm hurt. pete: she is a fair a arbiter. i don't know if there is another contest. lawrence: the trophy is in my office. rachel: for winning over the ladies. lawrence: this is perfect segueing. who doesn't deserve a trophy the biden administration the way they're handling the border, it is clear. migrants coming across the border, whatever issue they may be to come across, they have utter contempt for this country right now. they are just going straight to the border, in a caravan. they essentially assaulted mexican authorities. they created a barrier.
this is a much different posture from when you saw the haitian population come across. officially the mexican authorities were telling them, you just can get across. now since these folks are actually mexicans, you see a different posture. these folks are saying, biden administration said they can come across. rachel: it is interesting, the former border patrol chief, rodney fox spoke to fox. i thought caravans were about paying to get across. he said no. these groups help the cartel. >> these massive groups of people are being used by the cartel to create gaping holes in the border. they allow the narcotics, people don't want to be fingerprints to get get into the u.s. this is direct result of this administration's policies.
you can't stand on the border with a smirk on your face, the border is closed, we have a plan. we're acting on the plan, make the ban be tear down barriers around the country. if you make it in, let them go. with what would happen if you did that in disneyland and a amusement park. rachel: i love that analogy. reporter: this is from griff jenkins, the mexican forces in guatemala, attempting to stop the caravan. they punch right through initially through the surge. you have upwards of 2,000 people who will probably take others along with, see the caravans grow as they move toward the border. when griff is also going to talk to migrant caravan leaders on his way. one of those leaders is i believe, how do you say it, rachel? rachel: hica. pete: better than i would. one of the leaders of the migrant caravan.
he talked about the current administration to another network on twitter. what he said pertains to joe biden. they're in denial of their own fault. they haven't been able to handle immigration. if i tell you the truth i believe at least with donald trump we knew what we had. with biden we don't know. he doesn't. he doesn't seem to have a clue what to do with immigration because he says one thing after another. so the leaders of the caravan,ed into they were running into a with donald trump. is it ambivalent, is it confusion, is it willful, just tearing down what donald trump did. mixed signals say let's to with the border with the caravan. now is a time. rachel: a peculiar statement, honestly if i was in his shoes i would be pretty satisfied with the biden policy regardless what they're saying publicly. it is very obvious from the free flights that you get once you
cross our border that send you to wherever you want to go in the united states, courtesy of the u.s. tax dollar. this is the biden administration is absolutely for this. as we spoke about this yesterday, the biden administration is finding new ways to allow them to come, actually legally claiming they are climate refugees, that is something they are working on right now. this ask peculiar that he is saying this. we'll ask griff. hopefully we'll get to talk to him today. who is funding this? a lot of people have biden signs. we've seen many with biden shirts. look at that joe biden for all. lawrence: part of the reason why they're upset, the moment they crossed the border, they're is something new that didn't exist during the trump administration because, we depended on donald trump to do his job. texas didn't have to step up in this way. when they come across the border, they are met by the
texas department of public safety. they will be arrested for criminal trespass. if they don't fall under title 42, they will be happened over to border patrol. a lot of folks say, president of the united states saying we can come. now we're being arrested. it is true as you can see, a lot of families there, most won't be deported, even though the biden admin vision will tell you they will. they will be given notice to appear. most will not appear. they will be released into the country. we don't know where they will be, they will be deported. they're frustrated through the legal process, when there is caravan they hold them typically like them under a bridge, like with the haitian population. they cordon them off. they will spend days under encampments, they don't like that. rachel: call it open prison.
pete: call it bidenville. left-wing activists will never be satisfied. they want joe biden to declare it wide open and joe biden and administration playing double game. it is closed. reality it is open. left-wing activists want it open in perpetuity. this comes as fiscal year of 2021 the amount of encounters at the southern border reached an all-time high in american history. not to mention the 400,000 plus got-aways. 2.1, 2.3. that is the population of houston, houston. fourth largest state in america. take your pick. phoenix, 1.7. philly, 1.6. almost chicago, 2.6 million people in one year. encounters mostly released of their own recognizance and got-aways which we never had in the first place. lawrence: if you're the biden
administration, what do you do. getting hammered in the polls on immigration. republicans coming at you. losing democrats on the border. now you have the person leading the caravan saying you're not winning at all. what group of people do you have supporting you on the border? this is why i say i had it is very dangerous if you don't have a political compass. you try to please everyone. i'm a moderate one day. i'm a progressive one day. i'm open borders one day. now you have no one supporting you. pete: november 2nd coming up, it will be an interesting bellwether to see what support they do have, rachel. rachel: vying for virginia, the democrats are still fighting for control in the state's gubernatorial race. lawrence: democrat terry mcauliffe, recruiting former president barack obama to valley voters as virginia suburbs become a battleground. pete: alex and dry yaw hoff on
the campaign trail. reporter: this wasn't supposed to be that close. a republican hasn't won a statewide race in virginia in 12 years. terry mcauliffe who is vying to get back the seat slipped in the polls and tied with republican glenn youngkin. president obama joined mcauliffe for a rally in richmond. he is helping out governor phil murphy in his new jersey race. seems when you have a good speech, stick with it. >> when you have somebody like terry, responsible and serious, he is worth fighting for. so you got to go out there, show the cynics that you're willing to knock on doors for terry. when you have somebody like phil, who is responsible and serious he is worth fighting for. you have to get out there. show the senate you're willing to knock on doors for phil. rachel: while that was happening glenn youngkin was firing on his tour bus. his focus is gaining support from parents. >> what we don't do teach our
children to through everything through a lens of race. we don't do this. [cheering] on day one i will ban critical race theory in our schools. [cheers and applause] rachel: dave matthews and stacey abrams will campaign for mcauliffe. biden will do so on tuesday. pete: thank you, alexandria. those two speeches sound the same. we'll watch the 9:00 hour of the show. you hear the same thing. you're right. lawrence: i quite frankly find the speech to be tone deaf. rachel: i agree. lawrence: it doesn't address what is happening in the country today. you got the guy that used to be the former governor that is running walking off of interviews where they're discussing crime in america and education, two of the top issues in virginia. and you think the former president is going to somehow rally those independent voters
and those democrats that are upset with the way things are going virginia? he can't save them. he is very charismatic the former president, but he is not speaking to what folks of virginia care about. rachel: interesting you said tone deaf. i grabbed a line out of his speech. things are better because of democrat leadership. that is pretty tone deaf. i guess it means it is an administration, it is trouble bringing out barack obama, pete? pete: i think so. it is much closer than they thought. this is a base strategy. this is not an independent strategy. they are bringing in people they believe, history recently in virginia has shown it is a purple to blue state. they believe they need to get their base out, especially in the d.c. metro area. so you bring in the big hitters to galvanize turnout, especially early voting. rachel: the problem is there are some constituencies tended to
vote democrat. many of them hispanic by the way in begin i can't, who do not want their kids to be indoctrinated with socialism or this -- pete: that is what we'll find out. is this issue powerful enough, does it resonate enough for people to cross party lines and vote a different way. i don't know, we'll see. lawrence: i think you're right, pete. now it is a dead-heat. election day matters. what comes from this, if virginia is the battleground for sure and youngkin wins, i think there will be a different strategy from democrat all across the country. pete: obama was in new jersey. i wish new jersey was in play. lawrence: not a chance. pete: i really do. not much of a chance there. pretty strong candidate for republicans, vise grip on new jersey is strong for democrats. we'll turn to a few additional headlines as well. two children are dead and a eight people are hurt when a car crashes into spectators during a
drag racing event in texas. he drived off a makeshift track in austin, killing a 6 and 8-year-old boy. two victims remain in critical condition. the driver of the crash is expected to be okay. it is unclear what caused him to leave the track. the director of rust speaking out when he was injured by a gun fired during the movie. halleen hutchins was killed during the shooting. it comes as alec baldwin family packing up from the new mexico movie set. the actor set to be in distress following the tragic accident. hutch ins' husband telling fox news he was very supportive. the atlanta braves clinches a world series birth taking game six over the l.a. dodgers.
>> to right, it is gone! he got it, to his feet, throw to first. there it is. the atlanta braves are going to the world series. pete: atlanta winning 4-2 behind the eddie rosario former minnesota twin. what minnesota does best, we outsource our best players to other teams to make championship runs. it comes months after this, major league baseball pulled the all-star fame from atlanta over georgia's voting law. can't do that when they're in the world series. playing there, no matter what. game one in houston. lawrence: got the astros and the braves. got a lot of hate mail yesterday for my comments on the astros. i want to apologize to the people of texas. i let you down yesterday by bashing them. pete: that is really quick cave,
lawrence. lawrence: you know, only to texans i apologize. pete: susceptible to the texas twitter mob. rachel: you are going to get so much mail. pete: houston was with you from the beginning. lawrence: still not rooting for them. apologize for bashing them on national tv. pete: i would like to bash dallas, we may the dallas cowboys with the mine sit vick kings. lawrence: you're most pro-american. pete: made up america's team. that is made up. rachel: dallas cowboy's cheerleaders, america's cheerleaders? lawrence: 100%. rachel: that applies to the team apply a new rule. lawrence: you see she gets me. rachel: falling poll numbers to multiple crises facing the nation, president biden may be wishing he could go back to the
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is very good living in an alternate reality as we've seen but last night they seemed to finally understand a bit of the moment we have right now. maybe not in this quote. this is an article written about their "saturday night live" skit. we'll play the "saturday night live" skit. this is how it is characterized by the nbc news website. president joe biden's approval ratings are in a slump but that doesn't mean he can't dream of brighter days like the time he was vice president. forget about that. let's play what they did last night on "saturday night live" and we'll react to it. watch. >> jan, i have to tell you you're dynamite empty press briefings with your quirks and one-liners. what do you call those little zingers? >> facts. >> lay some facts on me. >> you're approval rating is in the dumpster. >> i don't understand. people used to like me.
i miss the old days. where the hell did that come from. hey. [cheers and applause] wait a second, who are you. what do you mean, i'm you. i'm you from eight years ago, man. the ghost of biden past. boom. >> how can be you be me? you seem so happy, so care-free, so, so what is the word i'm looking for? >> lucid. >> where i'm from we're still vp. easiest gig in the world. we're like america's whacky neighbor you know. pop in with an ice cream cone, aviator shades, finger guns, shake a few hands, rub a issue shoulders. >> you can't do that anymore. >> which one, rubbing shoulders or shaking hand. >> both. >> this doesn't sound sexist but you have to smile more, sweetie.
lawrence: what i love about this, it proves everyone is thinking the same exact thing. even nbc. even "saturday night live." they're reliving the glory days t shows you that, we had a guy that was essentially the image of joe biden versus what we knew him to be. that is what they focused on the entire time. my favorite part about this is, you got jen psaki there, hitting the president with the facts essentially, you're down in the polls, you're losing on every single issue. they know this to be true and when "saturday night live" is making fun of you, you have to think that the biden administration is freaking outlined this thing. rachel: here is couple things i thought about. they could have a lot more fun with jen psaki. jen psaki asking reporters now. weird stuff inside of the press room. you know, you're right, about that this, everyone can see what
is going on with joe biden. the thing is that makes me a little peeved about this, we saw this a long time ago. as you guys know, i was in crossfires of the jill biden's, first lady's office for suggesting that she had to have known that he was in decline. we saw it during the campaign. i frankly thought it wasn't very kind of her to let him go, put himself through. this this is embarrassing. that clip in the town hall. where he is clenching his fist like this. it is not funny. it is very sad. it is very sad that those around him who should love him have not protected him from this very apparent decline and he is now, by a network that loves him, being mocked. pete: they're attempting to still, attempted through the campaign do the basement strategy, attempted with very minimal engagement. attempting to with a mocked up white house next to the white house where there is a
big -- they're very aware, trying to accommodate him as such. obvious nbc is talking about it. you mentioned this whole thing. i imagine he thought the question would be five seconds long, it was 45. 15 seconds in, the internet made memes that, of him blasting off as a rocket ship and bunch of other things. we joke about it but it is not funny ultimately. and nbc is on to it because america is. if you want to produce a television show people want to watch, there is endless material if they're willing to. lawrence: i just think it is really dangerous to have a president of the united states with training wheels on. the administration continues to focus on the image and instead of the substance of the presidency. they continue to find ways to isolate him, to make him look like he is prepared for the job but when you see these interviews, when you see him one-on-one with, we see him at
press briefings when he decides to take questions from the press, he is just not prepared for the job. he can't answer questions. he is just not prepared, guys. rachel: china is taking note. we are approaching you know, weekend at bernie's situation here so. pete: everyone knows it. why the lucid line was the best for people in that segment. coming up wholesalers warning that the president's vaccine mandate will only make the supply chain crisis worse. our next guest is a businessman who says catastrophe could lie ahead. stay with us. thanks to imbruv. imbruvica is a prescription medicine for adults with cll or chronic lymphocytic leukemia. it will not work for everyone. imbruvica is the #1 prescribed oral therapy for cll, and it's proven to help people live longer. imbruvica is not chemotherapy. imbruvica can cause serious side effects, which may lead to death.
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our next guest warns that president biden's vaccine mandate could turn the crisis into catastrophe. here to explain the president, ceo national wholesaler distributors, eric hopland. thanks for joining the program. seems like early on i was going into stores, things were out of stock, they didn't want the customers to panic, we'll get the stuff in. but now it seems like the writing is on the wall. so i guess my question is. how bad is it? >> well, lawrence the supply chain is already stressed and the president's executive order is telling companies that do business with the government as a contractor that they have to fire employees who aren't vaccinated by december 8th. what that is going to mean that tens of thousands of people across the american economy are going to lose their jobs weeks before christmas. in our industry where we're at the center of the supply chain to keep things moving, the busiest time of year we're
trying to surge gifts and other material across the economy will even exacerbate problems we're already seeing and i'm afraid if the president doesn't amend the executive order joe biden may be the grinch that stole christmas. lawrence: what are you guys going to do to kind of fix this? >> we're asking for the administration to delay the implementation of the mandate. to give us time to put it together but also to include a testing option for those who don't want to be vaccinated. this is something that we have been working on tirelessly is we've been trying to help vaccinate all of our employees across the industry. we brought nurses in to our warehouses and facilities. we offered bonuses and gift cards. i had one company offer a free trips to vegas if people would get vaccinated. we done everything they can and they're telling us the
government stricting them to get vaccinated just means they are willing to lose their job and so we think that, that is why this crisis is coming to a head. we believe in the vaccine. we think that is important but at the same time we know that if this moves forward without being amended it will exacerbate the supply chain crisis we're already seeing. lawrence: eric, we've seen the administration take advice from union leaders, other special interests group, i'm curious, when they decide to make this push for a mandate, did you guys have a seat at the table? >> we share the president's goal of helping to vaccinate americans. we think this is important. we want to save lives, we want to get the country back on track and the economy back on track and so we share the goal but we just think that this goal and the supply chain goal keeping it moving are in conflict at this moment, that is why the mandate we're calling for an amendment.
lawrence: yeah. i think a lot of people support getting americans back healthy and getting back to work but seems like the administration is not taking the advice of you guys or any of the business owners, how it will impact the big picture. that is kind of unfortunate. thanks so much for joining the program, sir. >> thank you, lawrence. great to see you. lawrence: likewise. how many americans are in afghanistan? that is a big question. the biden administration reportedly still downplaying just how many were left behind. former green beret scott mann joins us live to explain the efforts to get americans and afghan allies out. that's next. kidding me?! instead, start small. with nicorette. which can lead to something big. start stopping with nicorette >> are you ready to start a great career? >> safelite is now hiring. >> you will love your job.
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♪. >> i think it is irresponsible to say americans are stranded. they are not. we're committed to bringing americans who want to come home home. >> we believe 100 to 200 americans remain in afghanistan with some intention to leave. >> what is the number of americans who are in afghanistan? >> we had about 100 american citizens in contact with us who were, who seek to leave afghanistan. pete: despite repeated claims bit biden administration few americans were left stranded in afghanistan, wouldn't even use that word, the state department reportedly telling congressional staff earlier this week they're in touch with more than 300, 363 u.s. citizens in the country and
nearly 200 of those who want out immediately. americans who want out of afghanistan. scott mann is a marmer green beret, leader of task force pineapple a private group rescuing our allies. he joins us to react. colonel, thanks for being here. great to have you. you know this issue back to front. were they misrepresenting those numbers then and being honest now? what is the state of play as it pertains to americans who want out of afghanistan? >> pete, seems like the needle keeps moving all over the place but i do think across the board if we're going to go after this private public partnership as general milley advocated time and time again i agree with there will have to be i think more transparency what we've got right now. if it is more than what we thought, okay, it is more than what we thought what are we doing about it? the gates were open in those initial days as veterans groups tried to help the groups they were with, some sivs got
through. that is something we've got to deal with now. we have to start being transparent about it. pete: what are the efforts underway you can disclose for those americans? if they're there, they want out, the taliban tightening its grip. we're hearing all the reports of brutality there. what is happening right now? >> don't forget that winter is coming. inters in afghanistan are about as sporty as you can get. that the state department and americans and legal permanent residents as their priority. winter comes very fast. that will be extremely hard to do with the taliban controlling that country. the other thing, pete, we have tens of thousands qualified afghan commandoes and afghan special forces literally on the run being hunted every day. there is no talk at all anymore. pete: a lot of siv partners, and
afghan commandoes, on the run, grateful for groups like you, promised not to leave anyone behind and working on it siv holders, people who applied for special up my grant visas worked for us. many who didn't have the qualification were getting into the united states. we have more evidence. a quote from a wisconsin state senator. we're talking about fort mccoy where 10,000 afghans are there right now. he got a briefing from the general there. this is one of his takeaways. one of the biggest take awais for me, the vast majority of folks coming into the fort mccoy are not the sivs. other individuals at risk, in some cases had no documentation at all. scott, part of your organization is to follow through too when afghans come to the united states. what do you do when you have afghans who are not, don't have documentation, didn't work with americans and now they're in wisconsin, a world away, what do
you do? >> well first of all it gets back to what you were talking about earlier, pete. there will have to be better collaboration between, for example, the government dhs, our citizen liaison networks because we can help with this community integration piece but some of these folks that came over, are military, probably couldn't carry documentation into the airfield or they would have been executed. by a technicality, afghan commanders, afghan aviators in the air force are not eligible for a special immigration visa where a barber on bagram. that is what we're trying to get changed. there are people on the bases military, but very qualified for the conditions of an siv because of a technicality, they're not there yet. we'll have to help with that i think the american people really need to be mobilized on this instead of kept in the dark. pete: that is what is happening effectively now. on military bases you can't see with your own eyes. i had a chance on fort dix
because i have a military i.d. feels like it will be a very long time. >> this will be a long game, pete. we'll need to help the folks through the winter there. we need american people's help. pete: no one's done more than you scott, i say that purposely and task force pineapple. keep it up. >> thanks,. pete: toss it over to lawrence jones. on the railing what does it say. lawrence: a 7-year-old girl with down syndrome forced to wear a mask at school. he said her daughter came home with the mask tied tightly around her face. enforce as mask policy, defiant of governor ron desantis's order defying mandates. he thought his daughter was medically exempt because of hers disability. he will join us later to discuss the incident and how top florida officials are responding.
house speaker nancy pelosi that the house can strike a deal on the president biden's build back better agenda tomorrow. 90% of the legislation is written. harsh decisions mead to be made where trillions of funding. the cost has been whittled down from the original $3.5 trillion price tag but still includes spending on a number of democrat initiatives, including climate change. dads at a louisiana high school taking control of a violent situation. members of the dads on duty group are taking shifts as southwood high school in shreveport, in hope of maintaining positive learning environment. after 23 students were arrested over a three-day stretch after violent fights broke out at the school. take a look at the snow coming down in south lake tahoe. winter storm warning has been issued for the area beginning tonight. officials warning people to stay
off the roads as up to three feet of snow could fall in the higher elevations. turn now to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth, for our fox weather forecast. rick: lawrence, you would love to see the video across the part of the sierra nevada would help rather than the rain t absorbs into the ground much better. here are the temperatures. really warm across parts of central plains. out across the west that is where the cooler air is. we talked about the drought. we'll continue to talk about it, it is such a big story. we have massive rain, massive snow coming in across the area throughout the day today. today will be the bull's-eye of it tonight. starts to taper off a little bit tomorrow. in the process we'll see some spots across parts of northern california, this is the future radar seeing eight to 10 inches of rain in about a period of 24 hours. maybe three to four feet of snow across higher elevations.
very, very welcome system. this is the storm. you see the center of the storm way up there across the coast of the northeast. these stores are moving like a train across the country. when they get here to the central plains bringing severe weather. one other story we need to watch a big severe weather outbreak later on this afternoon and this evening, pretty significant tornadoes across the center part of the country. back to you. pete: rick, thank you very much. coming up latino voters emerging as a key powerhouse in virginia's governor's race. how republican glenn youngkin is appealing to hispanic voters as their approval of joe biden drops. ♪.
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♪. rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends" the biggest stars of the democratic party turning out to stump for terry mcauliffe in virginia's governor race but they might want to turn their attention to one key block of voters. new analysis president biden not only lost support across all americans but especially hispanic voters. we have the national chair of the national latino republican
coalition. he joins us now to react. manny, we've known each other for many years. you're here you lived in virginia for many years. you know the business community. you're central american, which we know in virginia there are a lot of central american voters there. tell me, i was reading your packet. it says you think the economy is the number one issue facing voters, especially hispanic voters right now? >> oh, absolutely, the economy is definitely a big issue. always been that. remember it's the economy stupid. particularly in the latino community if you look what is happening right now. inflation really incredible. i just got here from california, in san francisco, talking $8 a gallon for premium gas. talking about the supply chain being disrupted. inflation that will really going to soar. you have all the mandates causing all kinds of havoc, especially in the latino business community where a lot of businesses are being shut down because of these mandates.
so yes, the economy is really important. always has been for the latino community. particularly now. definitely in virginia. let me make clarification. i live in maryland. i work in the tri-state area. i always work in virginia. we have a great chapter in virginia, unbelievably getting the latino vote out there, enthusiastically making it happen. rachel: one of the things really interesting about the pandemic, i think before the pandemic and this, the school board meetings that we've been seeing over the last few months, i don't think a lot of hispanics knew that crt and gender ideology was being taught in school. how do hispanics feel about that? also about socialism being normalized for some of our students? >> rachel that is a super question because that is one of the highest priorities right now. it always has been. you and i are latinos. you and i are parents. the most important part of our
life is our children. the education of our children. we sacrifice everything for our children's well being and education so they can have more than we've had and have that american dream. it is huge in the latino community. particularly the fact that the public school system is failing our community, failing all communities. on top of that you have the opportunity with school vouchers. menendez ruling allows state funding of vouchers show parents can send their kids to religious schools or catholic schools. rachel: school choice is very big. terry mcauliffe is against that. >> oh, big time. terry mcauliffe when he came out and said parents have no say in their childrens education, that goes to show you what the democratic party is really all aabout. it is control. rachel: yeah. >> they're taking away the most great teacher of children which
is the parents. you and i? we teach them from the beginning. you guys are saying we don't have any input trying to label us as domestic terrorists? rachel: i think he perhaps made a fatal flaw. we'll see if the hispanic vote gets out next week. thank you for joining us, manny. >> thank you for having me and keep up the great work. ting you a helicopter. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ the sleep number 360 smart bed is on sale now. it's the most comfortable, dually-adjustable, foot-warming, temperature-balancing, proven quality night sleep we've ever made. save up to $1,000 on select sleep number 360 smart beds and adjustable bases. plus, free premium delivery when you add a base. ends monday.
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hour here in new york city and that's, who is singing that? that doesn't sound like as cat flats. pete: no it doesn't. must be a remake.
rachel: sounds pretty good. lawrence, will cain and in the texas seat. pete: call it the minnesota seat. lawrence: let's not mocking texas. pete: who is mocking texas. lawrence: mocking us. he has the rail thing. pete: envy issues. you wouldn't acknowledge it. wouldn't act pete's place down there. speaking acknowledging, you saw the betty's bounces providing the jump house. you have stew leonard delivering for us. it is a fall festival. rachel: we'll be out there. pete: do carving. rachel: it looks
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cover, you guys, because the national school board association's directors are finally apologizing for colluding with the white house, they're not apologizing for that, but they say they, quote, regret, apologize for that letter that they wrote. they said there was no justification for some of the language in the letter. we should have had a better process in the place to allow for consultation on a communication of this significance. we apologize for the strain and stress this situation caused you and your organizations that was an apology to their members for not running it by them, that they were going to work with the white house and basically characterize the parents who are really upset about gender ideology and critical race theory being taught in schools now that's right. we're sorry that we didn't consult with you when we wrote this letter and we characterized those parents as domestic terrorists. pete: that is true.
can we show the wall. i don't like to apologize our own mistakes. they were not apologizing to parents. they were apologizing to the members. they should apologize straight up up to the terrorists they characterized as domestic parents. the white house said we need more evidence of actual incidents, please. instead of providing evidence, there have been raucous school board meetings. the attorney general turns around issues a memorandum effectively pointing the justice department, the fbi, straight at parent critical of critical race teary. rachel: this is what i believe, the biden administration got panicked, all the parents, all the momentum, i believe they reached out to friendly members of the national school board. pete: how it happens. rachel: get a letter over to the doj. they wanted to essentially by using the word domestic terrorism, they wanted to chill speech.
they wanted to put fear into these parents that you see here, make them afraid of standing up for their kids. i think, again i talked about this with my previous guests. i don't think prior to the pandemic parent understood how much gender ideology, crt, even marxism and socialism through the blm curriculum was being introduced an indoctrinating our kids. this was the reaction. they know it is unpopular. the only way to stop it is scare the parents. lawrence: the thing wasn't just a letter. it is the fact they coordinated with the department of justice and the fact is that the biden administration said they wouldn't have political affairs in the department of justice. the guy who is the attorney general, merrick garland, who was almost on the supreme court should know better. i'm so glad he didn't get that seat. josh hawley had a words in a tweet. merrick garland mobilized the
fbi against parents without a legal basis and premised on misinformation. he didn't bother to verify. it was a dangerous abuse of authority that has badly compromised the justice department's integrity and garland should resign because of this. when there were hearing this week about some of the examples, meaning the guy, the dad that daughter was sexually assaulted in the bathroom, he didn't even know about it. he got political and didn't even look at some of the incidents he decided for man right fully upset because his daughter was raped in a bathroom. pete: the school board in that district underfire they had alerted school board members it happened and denied a month later. rachel: they lied. pete: they lied about it. the white house works with outside group, always do, pull in outside group with credibility, to justify it. you produce a letter.
then the justice department puts a letter out. when merrick garland is asked to testify. he is asked where did you get the information from, he says the letter. it all comes full circle. they want to create the mischaracterization they believe is effective for them to shut down people they don't want to listen to. whether or not he will resign, he won't resign. they don't take accountability for anything. that won't happen. the spotlight is being shown. another one holding them to account is jim jordan. he was on justice last night talking about the attorney general. here is what he had to say. >> i think this will be a catalyst, reawakening and focus on freedom in this country. you're seeing it play out. the school board association says we regret we sent this letter. they apologized the to. they are supposed to hearing from them and they thought, wait a minute we better back down from. this this is i think a good sign to see they're apologizing for this letter. let's see what the attorney
general does. i hope he will say, look, we were wrong. we'll have to wait and see. rachel: pete on january 6th, the biden administration and the doj characterized the people who entered the capitol as domestic terrorists. most people said nothing. in this case they characterizedd parents as domestic terrorists, this time parents fought back. their legislators and their representatives in congress fought back. dan bongino was on with us yesterday, hey, america, take a victory lap on this. this is a sign that our system works. we complained about it. got our reps involved. now merrick garland is embarrassed at least the national school board has had to retract their statement. pete: it's a small victory. who do you think runs the national school board association? think a bunch of conservative republicans run that association? of course not. it is run by the unions, run by the left just like all the other prerogatives. it's a small victory but won't
change the educational industrial complex which is run by marxists, leftist progressives. you can protest at school board meetings. i'm glad you do. glad to see results when people resign. should happen in loudon county it will not change the system our kids are being educated. small victories are good but not the larger war. lawrence: i have to say when you look at the what the department of justice cited like the patriot act, we really as conservatives, libertarians, as americans, really need to start looking at the patriot act. i mean i understand why we have it but our civil liberties are being violated on a day-to-day basis based on this document and i have a real problem with it as a civil libertarian. rachel: absolutely. pete: there was another interview this morning. did you do it, lawrence? with eric cap lynn. the national association. we talked about wholesalers and distributors and the restrictions, complications they're facing with our supply
chain right now. talking about containers floating in the ocean. ships off of docks. can't get unloaded. is it covid? is it union per regulartives. what are the reasons our supply chain is held up. one of the things he is pointing to as head of the association is the vaccine mandates. you already have a work shortage. what about otherwise people healthy are deciding not to take the vaccine. eric hoplin runs the group of wholesalers and how the mandates are affecting the economy. >> tens of thousands of people across the american economy will lose their jobs weeks before christmas, at our industry where we're at the center of the supply chain to keep things moving. busiest time of year we're surging gifts and other terms across the economy. certainly will even exacerbate problems we're seeing. i'm afraid if the president doesn't amend the executive order, joe biden may be the
grinch that stole christmas. rachel: people like that in charge of associations, like the wholesalers, they hate saying anything against the administration. how bad must it be that he come out and said, joe biden you may be the grinch that stole christmas. it has to be bad because they loathe putting saying anything to the administration. lawrence: even still, he was so measured. one of the follow-ups i had with him was, we brought you a whole story about the department of justice working with the national school boards, how they coordinated all that i asked him, did the white house bring you guys to the table when they decided to issue these mandates? he said essentially, look we want to get people vaccinated but again he didn't answer the question which means the biden administration did not bring them to the table to discuss these things. they only bring special interests when they want to limit freedom. they never bring the people that are hard-working men and women that put food on the table, to the table and this is why we have this crisis right now.
pete: they bring in people that will reinforce answers we want. which is not actually leadership. leadership is let me hear challenges you're facing. balance and weigh those. rachel: one of the first things that happened during the pandemic, this happened when trump was in office, the business community wanted to not have liability in cases of covid, right? pete: i remember that. rachel: and the, the forces against that won in that case and those were democrats fighting against releasing the business community from liability from covid. and that is why i think that was the beginning of starting to see businesses really take the brunt of so much that happened in this pandemic when we should been making it easier for businesses and this mandate again, as head of the wholesalers is telling us, the mandates for vaccine is just like, it is the nail on the coffin. pete: you're saying because of that that is why more companies
are preemptively pushing the mandate because they're worried about the lit tinning -- litigi. rachel: of course. pete: you have to provide a testing option. lawrence: same thing we do at fox. there is a testing option t doesn't work. you make such an excellent point, rachel about the former president. for all his faults where people want to nick him he had a track record of bringing people to the table and hosting those roundtables especially with the business community. he didn't do it behind closed doors. he invited cameras in to have those conversations and you look at this white house right now, everything is done behind closed doors and normally hurting the business community. rachel: yeah. they're afraid of the administration. pete: it is true. you're looking at the most privileged couch in america according to unc chapel hill.
i think you're all right-handed right? lawrence: i am. pete: you guys are so brave privileged. i do swing a golf club and baseball bat left-handed. my dad taught me that he thought i would have an advantage. maybe i was all that privileged. according to unc chapel hill, a activist fav a lecture to the fraternities and authorities about right handed privilege. this is a real briefing. that is a real photo. these are the real forms of privilege that were discussed very importantly. it is easier. here is the privilege you have. makes life easier. gives you sense of belonging. have you been we're all right-handed, oh, man. the world is organized for right handers. true. more access. more opportunity. more advantage. rachel: what is the solution to this, right? you see that the solution to people believing that white people have more advantage is
reverse racism. so now what should happen to those of us that are right handed that have enjoyed for decades for this kind of advantage over our left-handed minorities. lawrence: i will bring you a chart. i used to run campus reform before i came to the channel and intersectionality, what they call it. it is a web that shows you your pete, you're screwed, brother. you didn't need the right hand. you're white, male. pete: head section all. lawrence: conservatives you're done. literally at the bottom of the totem pole. rachel: joe concha, our fox news contributor was asked about this last night and here's what he had to say about left-handed oppression. >> what are we talking about here? critical hand theory? a professor is actually teaching this, dan. imagine, you're a parent like me, paying 30 grand a year to send your kid to a school who
hired a professor like this? if i pay that dough, i want to be taught for things like real life. look out for number one, but don't step on number two at great rodney dangerfield said at graduation speech. right hand superiority, left-handed superiority. if you're a lefty you have a great chance of being president of the united states despite being outnumbered nine to one. rachel: that is a great point he makes. stipe sometimes disadvantages make you better. pete: tell that to james hardin. guarding the guy. tell that to barack obama. he is left-handed. why can't things make you different make you unique? you can acknowledge the fact that say rifles, military, the cartridges discharge out in the direction away from your face
built mostly for right happenedders because that is 90% of trigger pullers. if you put in left hand, there is adapter you put on the rifle so the cartridges don't cam at you. that is the way it works. you're looking for grievances around every corner. lawrence: pete is so polite breaking it down. they don't care about that brother. they're running out of categories. i keep, they really are. so they have to add one every single year. last thing i would say this. conservatives abandoned the college campuses for so long and they continue to reinforce sending their kids to these college campuses. if you want this to change, then you got to support conservative universities or don't send them at all. take that money. rachel: give them bedder education. lawrence: teach them to be business owner. pete: stop sending them. >> i was at the university doing college tour with my daughter. that was a school told me, gave me a paper.
here is every book we're going to teach them. all students will take. this all students will take this. the good schools are not afraid. in fact they're proud to show you what they're doing. took me, this is now my third child, so it took me that long to figure out how to be a better consumer of education. i will not fund those schools. i will not give my hard-earned money for that indoctrination. that garbage, not say the word. lawrence: your daughter is leading a fight on a college campus right now, reporting on stuff happening. rachel: starts with us being better educated and better consumers of education. pete: right hand privilege talking. >> that is. the we're going to turn now to your headlines. we begin with a fox news alert. a 17-car pile up leaving dozens injured in florida. 26 people were injured but only five were transported to the hospital. firefighters say one person is this critical condition. the crash took place 15 miles
northeast of orlando overnight, shutting down the highway in both directions. it is unclear what caused the crash. california vigil will honor, i can't lena huge inches, was killed by a prop gun on the movie "rust." hundreds gathered for her at memorial on saturday. >> really lucky to get to work with her. what i met was one of the most talented and kind actresses, artists. rachel: crew from the production as well as union members delivering emotional tribute honoring hudgins life. pete: spoke at special organization and helping our military, fallen and wounded. the fallen and wounded soldier fund in the birmingham.
the event in in michigan but it was in birmingham, michigan. they help servicemembers getting out of the military before va kicks in. 98% of dollars raised go to the vets. fallen wounded soldier fund. it is awesome to spend the evening evening with those patriots in michigan. grateful for the opportunity. lawrence: he is rocking american's lives. pete: guy on the left is a general. we're working on it. we're working on it. lawrence: great job, pete. art institute of chicago is defending letting go most of their white female volunteers in the name of equity. the story sparking controversy coming up. rachel: the nation's drug shortages were deemed an urgent crisis at the height of the pandemic but are getting little attention now. why dr. marc siegel says the u.s. needs to take charge of drug manufacturing next.
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♪. pete: welcome back. the nation's drug shortages were deemed an urgent crisis at the height of covid threatening the care and safety of patients. with the u.s. supply chain falling apart, is it time to move drug production to the u.s.? dr. marc siegel joins us now to discuss of the doctor, always great to have you. have things improved at all since covid as far as the ability for manufacturers to manufacture here the pharmaceuticals we need and how is it affect what is happening with the supply chain right now? >> hi, pete, very, very important. and, no, it is not improved. it is working at a snail's pace. let me tell you it is an enormous problem. 90% of our antibottom ticks come from overseas, drugs for the brain, drugs for cancer, so many intravenous drugs. it is all coming from india, china. china of all places which exported the virus you know, we rely on them for all of our ingredients and supplies, if you
recall at the beginning of the pandemic, our personal protective equipment was made in china, we couldn't get masks or pieces for the hospital. we're seeing hospital shortages of personnel what we're talking about, all the pressure for mandates, we still have this enormous, enormous supply shortage. the ama has gotten on top of it. the fda said before the pandemic under gottlieb, look, we need more generics. we need faster approval process. let's not have the huge contracts with china, with india, where we're reliant on foreign ingredients. we need to manufacture here in the usa. we need incentives for manufacture of cheaper drugs and products here in the u.s. it has not happened. we're very, very vulnerable when there is any kind of disruption like a pandemic. pete: seems like a no-brainer, straightforward. hopefully there is political incentive in the future for someone to run on a platform like that, to make the change.
real quick on a second topic, you've been following this, it is a pig kidney transplant into a human patient. i, sounds odd to me but also seems like something that potentially could have a big breakthrough. tell me about it. >> pete, let me tell you something, it is simple. they took the gene in the pig kidney that actually causes you to reject it. you would normally reject something from another animal. they got rid of that. they deleted that. they put the pig kidney outside of a person and connected it up and it didn't reject the kidney and cleaned urine and toxins but it was only for a few days. we have tremendous shortage of organs in the united states. over one-half of people waiting for an organ never get one, or survive. the guy behind this, dr. bob montgomery, the head of surgery at nyu. he received a heart transplant
himself. he experiences all of this. he nearly died five times. he is the pete hegseth of the military. you talk with the bronze star, all the medals, everyone knows you went to iraq and afghanistan. the same with montgomery, received a heart tant plant, performing a first animal to human transplant. he is the best. pete: can't accept the comparison. fascinating stuff in the world of medicine. when it comes to the pharmaceuticals, now our kidneys we have to think outside of the box. dr. marc siegel. you deliver for us. thank you, brother. >> exciting future fortran plant,. pete: pete thank you. the national school board association apologizing to their members for a letter comparing parents to terrorists, but is the apology too little too late? one of our favorites, dr. carol swain will join us to discuss
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♪. lawrence: welcome back, the national school boards association now sorry for their letter to the white house describing parents as domestic terrorists. the new statement reading, we regret and apologize for the letter. there was no justification for some of the language included. here to react is former princeton university professor, dr. carol swain. doctor, thanks so much for joining us on the program. we always enjoy having you on.
are they apologizing because they got caught an didn't consult with the local school boards or are they apologizing to the parents. >> they are apologizing because they got caught and they embarrassed the doj and exposed them for the political hacks that they are and so what they have done is ignite a firestorm. americans across the political spectrum, democrats and republican parents are concerned about crt and so they have actually awakened a sleeping giant and united parents. lawrence: yeah the parents are fired up. dr. swain, they are -- >> they really are. lawrence: chicago art institute is under fire firing all white female who are financially well off for the lack of diversity. they released statement.
this is twisted into unfounded access of reverse education. we're woe never want to diminish the contributions they should made. this should not be the root of a culture war. my first reaction is if this is group of volunteers, why did you need to get rid of them to begin with? it just doesn't sound right, doctor. >> first of all it is racial discrimination and many of these women were older white woman, so it is probably age discrimination. but since they're volunteers and it is a private organization i don't know they have a civil rights recourse but when you think about it, the actions mean that they have fired key members of their donor base. they have fired people that had years of experience, knowledge enthusiasm about art and these people will be replaced probably by paid workers who would not
have the same level of knowledge and enthusiasm. so the left, they're so foolish. i mean equity means equal outcomes regardless of interest. when it comes to volunteers, people volunteer where they want to volunteer and they are volunteers in the black community as well as other minority communities. if they wanted to work at the art institute i'm sure no one prevented them. lawrence: doctor, only got a little bit of time left. i guess my big concern, we're going back in time. is this -- >> yes we are. lawrence: is this a game we're playing right here? >> it's a dangerous game and we want to go back to the department of justice with what they have done is not defend the civil rights and civil liberties of americans. all across the board and so what we see, even though we have a 1964 civil rights act, its
amendment, we see resegregation taking place, discrimination taking place against white americans now we condemned when it was against racial and ethnic minorities. if it was wrong, we know it was wrong, in fact we passed laws condemning it, the same thing is taking place against whites and it is unacceptable and we should stand up. lawrence: it is disgusting and people are not speaking up about it because they're considered oppressed. this is why the country is going in this direction because no one is speaking up for groups that they're not identified with that you are, doctor. we appreciate you coming on the program. thank you so much. >> thank you. lawrence: you bet. coming up a migrant caravan leaving tapachula not letting anyone stand in their way including mexican security forces. our next guest says the biden administration is incentivizing them to make the dangerous journey. that's next.
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first-hand. he join us now to react. julio, welcome to the show. i was really surprised, maybe i shouldn't have been surprised there are qr codes in this caravan of how well-organized it is. do you have any idea who is behind the funding of this caravan? >> no, no, but what i can say is that obviously people who want to make this very dangerous journey, they do pay the cartels to facilitate the trafficking of them so they can actually get to the our southern border and what i can say is that you know, this is very organized because they do this on a daily basis. this is their everyday jobs the human trafficking organizations and drug cartels because we see thousands of people but they see millions of dollars. really they're the only winners in all of this, in terms of the money that they make. that is something that is very unfortunate because the reason
why they're willing to form such large caravans, they're trying to get into the united states while biden is still in office because of the policies he has been pushing. rachel: it is interesting. there was the quote of lear of this caravan, he said, i actually appreciate, i'm paraphrasing, i actually appreciate the clarity of the former administration, the trump administration. i don't like the mixed signals coming from biden. what do you make of that? >> so the mixed signals have come from the fact that he campaigned on stopping deportations for 100 days. he has repealed or halted the border wall construction, stopping title 42 for minors and remain in mexico policy. because they had changed in course because the court ordered biden administration to reimplement remain in mexico. the other people are trying to get into the united states. they will get in because remain in mexico is taken into effect in november. there are things they have to work with mexico to fully
reimplement it. that is a little bit of mixed signal they're getting. but at the end of the day, the reason i said before, the reason they're taking enormous risk and pay a lot of money to the cartels, mostly the biden administration has opened the border. rachel: yeah. they haven't been shy about when interviewed, many of these migrants still say, a, i'm doing this because biden says i will get in and b, i they said i wouldn't have tried this under the lasted a administration. they seem to understand the signals coming from the administration. i want to ask you about another topic. dhs has been revealed paid $455,000 to build a security fence around president biden's beach home. what do you make of this, especially in light of the millions of dollars that we see of rusted fencing that could have been our southern border
and many jobs that were lost, infrastructure jobs that were lost because biden said we'll stop building the wall? >> i mean the president's security is understandable, right? that is why they're putting up the fence but it is hard to square that i can tell you in my time in the rio grande valley especially at the beginning of all of this, they were able to place agents at the gaps along the border wall. because they have some people coming in on a daily basis, it has gotten worse since march, border patrol can't even afford a agent, a single agent at gaps in the border wall. the president's security is important but so is the security of the nation. that is why it is not just the border wall. it is border wall system. it has to, physical barrier, technology, manpower. right now a lot of the parts of the border hardly have either and that is because the biden administration pushed that forward. so if they want to look at the root causes they have to look at the democrats in washington for
the current crisis. rachel: it would be helpful if they visited, both kamala and joe biden what our border patrol, what our brave border patrol have to say what they're facing right now. julio, always great talking to you. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. rachel: lawrence. lawrence: thanks, rachel. turning now to your headlines, vanessa bryant recounting the day that she learned of kobe and giana's tragic death in a lawsuit in l.a. county. she was inundated kobe notifications on her phone hours before she was told of her husband's dead. she said she was assured the held copter crash site was kept private. experienced emotional distress that the first-responders took pictures of her family's remains. lawsuit seeks damages for negligence and instation of privacy. parents activists rally for a police presence at schools
after five firearms are confiscated from new york city schools over the past week. the new york city school safety coalition says more nypd safety agents need to be hired. they played a huge role in seizures. eight firearms were found in schools this year. comes as mayor de blasio works to shift school safety from the nypd to the education department. that is not working well. take a look at this, a small dog rescued from the ocean off the coast of florida. a woman and her friend were boating near fort lauderdale when they spotted the pup named suko struggling in the rough water. one person jumped in and pulled him out. they then used a number on his tag to call his owner and reunited him. the pups owner said they had been searching for him since he accidentally jumped off their boat. he is happy and healthy. coming up the one who filmed the rescue and who jumped into the
water joins us to discuss their rescue. those are the headlines. turn to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth for our fox news weather forecast. fox weather forecast now. rick: anything works. i love the dog story. that is amazing. talk a little weather out here. a lot going on. get ready on sundays. i always like to give you a shot what the week coming ahead. precipitation across the country, in fact we have a lot of moisture across from areas like iowa, illinois, it will cause flooding. same across parts of the northeast. look out across areas of the northwest. a lot of rain, mountain snow, very good news for the drought going on. southeast, beautiful fall day. across parts of the central plains this is where we this morning have a lot of rain. later on today, severe weather coming as well. storm across parts of the west. much of northern california
getting five to 10 inches of rain. winter storm warnings across higher elevations. two to three feet of snow. severe weather across the plains throughout the day later on. what are you doing? we're having a fall festival out here. everyone will come out here. this is really beautiful. are you aware what a good artist you are? >> yes. rick: perfect. confident. that is amazing. that is a very good combination. all right. rachel, send it over to you. rachel: that is a good combination. fall on fox square. stick with us for fun and spooky crafts to make with your kids. ♪. where does the stress go when you're driving a lincoln? maybe it winds up somewhere over the bermuda triangle. you might have your own theory.
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♪. pete: we are celebrating the season with our fall festival out here on fox square all morning. lawrence: thanks to betty's bounce house and stew leonard and our lifestyle expert. rachel: she has been out here crafting all morning. these you can make with your kids. >> totally make all of these with your kids.
pete like as gun. i like a glue gun. more dangerous. you can do anything with a glue gun. this is simple. like anything in your house, glue gun it, stick it on, decorating the pumpkin mess free. i made the fox with glue. you can make all kinds of figurerachel: i love anything tt myself. >> made these fun things, to you like to wear it. made all the guys their fox little pin. pete: yes. >> yes. feeling fall? lawrence: this is for somebody. >> here is my little spider. here is a little fox mask right here. lawrence: that is cool. >> please put it on. all the arts and crafts given to us by michael's today. one-stop shop. rachel: it sure is. >> go to michael's.com for information and find out
different crafts and stuff. this is fun for little kids. i love that you're wearing that. this is so fun for little kids. you put your hand on. trace it. use what is in the tool box no matter what age, what they work with. pete: trace with the hands? >> trace with your hands? pete: rick, that your hands? >> do fingerprints for the leaves. we'll get on to that. rick: i have a job. carry on. >> keep moving. these are fun. behind you, i have the monster wreaths. rachel: like "monsters inc." >> hung up with the command hooks. they are damage free. no tools required. bring it through the holiday. what you do, you go ahead and take the eyeballs, the teeth, you st. right here are little staples.
perfect. lawrence: that is pretty neat. pete: i got it. i got it. lawrence: let's do this. >> what i did was i took tyle and styled it. i knew pete would like a southern boa. pete: it is. >> you can do a bunch of my balls too. you're moving along. what is great about this? lawrence: mine is quite ugly. >> something you can have forever with your kids on the walls. lawrence: think i'm -- >> not a piece of paper that gets thrown in a bin somewhere. it becomes real. rachel: you could hang it in their room. >> clearly it's a masterpiece. how are we doing? let's see them. lawrence: you're copying me again. >> i think rachel might win. i'm sorry, guys. i think we have a winner! [laughter]. lawrence: that is pretty cool. rachel: this is real easy fun to
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of our lord 2021. want to thank you for making us feel festive. rachel: you could not do that segment and not feel fall. pete: you're taking a lot of stuff. rachel: i am. i'm taking the wreath home -- lawrence: you're right, that had a nice feel to it. good producing, producers. pete: indeed. lawrence jones in for will cain, rachel campos duffy. so it was your birthday on friday, we celebrated it on the show yesterday. rachel: you did a nice job, thank you. pete: not nice enough. i had a gift for you, and i forgot to bring it yesterday. but i brought it today. rachel: okay, i'm excited. pete: it's something, you know, i know you're doing some furnishing and some decorating, and so i want to give this to you. it's from me to you. rachel: i know exactly what this is. this is the best gift ever. this is hunter biden's work, isn't it?
lawrence: no way. rachel: this is a print of hunter biden's work. pete: a hunter biden print for you. i mean, look at that -- [laughter] rachel: this is complete? how did you know -- because you were reporting on this rainbow art for weeks. do you think the big guy will sign it? pete: maybe. rachel: somebody? pete: hunter himself? rachel: hunter? hunter? pete: whoever. rachel: i'm down with that. listen, this is one of the most thoughtful gifts. i'm going to hang it in the bathroom. pete: when i come to your house -- the. [laughter] if i don't see this -- rachel: this is actually hilarious. pete: it can match everything. lawrence: you can coordinate it. pete: what do you get someone who has everything? rachel: how much did you pay for that? that's what i want to know. [laughter] [inaudible conversations] pete: no, i did not -- i have
not disclosed to hunter that i purchased one of his paintings. no comment. i may or may not have been at the art gallery. lawrence: there's no way pete pete leg is giving you hunter biden -- pete hegseth -- it was really cheap. i paid a what it was worth. rachel: did you get that online? pete: yeah. [laughter] you can get anything. happy birthday. rachel: thank you. that's very nice. well, there's something else happening in hurricane besides hunter's artwork, and that is the border crisis. in the last hour, i spoke with somebody who has been on the ground for a long time, knows everything going on, he is a great reporter from town hall, julio rosas. we don't have the sound from him they're telling me in my ear. anyway, let's talk about it because he is covering the migrant crises -- pete: has been from the beginning. rachel: he's been covering it for a long time, but now he's
covering this latest. are we surprised it came so soon after the haitian 16,000 -- lawrence: they were told these folks were going to come. we played earlier them storming the mexican authorities. they're showing how much respect they have for this country. they don't respect law and order. i understand they have their reasons for coming, but they're breaking laws, breaking american laws, and it shows you how this crisis is totally out of control. julio rosas was on, i think we have that sound now. rachel: we finally got it. >> this is very organized because they do this on a daily basis. this is their everyday drive, human trafficking and drug cartel, because we see thousands of people, but they see millions of dollars. the reason why they're willing to form such these large caravans is was they're trying to get into the united states while biden is still in office because of the policies that he's been pushing. at the beginning of all of this, they were able to place agents at the gaps along the border
wall, but because there's so many people coming in on a daily basis and it's gotten worse since march, border patrol can't even afford to place a single agent at these gaps in the border wall. so, you know, the president -- rachel: that's so interesting to me, pete, because i always thought the people in the caravan didn't want to pay the cartels to get across, that they were deciding to go around in groups. julio rosas as well as rodney scott who's the former border patrol chief said that, no, the cartels work in conjunction with these caravans as do other ngos, by the way. but this helps them, you know, this big mass of people comes, our border patrol comes, and then there's a big, massive gap for drugs and and other things. pete: actually a very effective diversion of resources and energy, and they move the valuable stuff. human trafficking's valuable for them. there's a price on every held. whether it's drugs or whatever else they move across the
border, they use it to do that. and part of what we've seen because of reporting from the new york post and fox news.com is they're sutting these illegals -- shuttling these illegals across the country once they get here. it's not just a border crisis, not just a texas crisis, it's an american crisis, and every state has to deal with it. lawrence: i'm sorry to interrupt -- pete: oh, please. lawrence: you just touch on something many people gloss over. you combine the human trafficking, the drugs that are coming across and the cartels with the humans pay to come across the border, for some reason democrats feel like they can just separate the issue. this is all a part of the criminal enterprise, right? you don't cross the border without paying the cartel. the cartel uses these people to figure out the routes that they can take the drugs that come across. and by the way, the border patrol, they're no longer doing the pursuit. they don't do chases. a lot of those drugs enter into the country. that's why the dea is saying 40%
of the drugs that our kids and people, our loved ones are taking are laced with fentanyl. rachel: that's right. and, by the way, our border czar, vice president kamala harris, said she was going to get to the root causes of this crisis and, you know, every day that we continue to enrich the cartels by the millions of dollars daily, they become more and more powerful, and they become a bigger root cause of why people want to leave the violence and the dysfunction and the narco-states for which of these people come from. so, you know, the bind administration says we're -- biden administration says we're addressing root causes. no, you're not. you're whatser baiting root causes -- whatser baiting. and by the way, kamala harris is on her way to france. president9 president they did help us in the revolutionary war -- rachel: she's on it. [laughter] pete: we're going to talk to
west virginia governor jim justice. governor, thank you so much for being with us this morning. we're going to touch on a couple topics with you, you were one of 26 republican governors who warned joe biden last month that the border crisis is impacting every state. did you ever get an answer to that letter? have you seen anything change? >> no, i have never gotten an answer to the letter, and it's impacting all the statements. i mean, you know -- statements. you know, west virginia we've got all kinds of issues with crime. it's coming from this. it's affecting everybody across this nation, and it's a disaster. we all knew that. let me say this before i go any further. i thought, pete, i said, my goodness gracious, surely to god above you're not giving rachel, you know, a complainted birthday -- belated birthday president a portrait of hunter biden. [laughter] i said, oh, my god. no, please. pete: that would be too much, governor. rachel: no. i got the spitball version.
[laughter] lawrence: governor, talk about how the drugs are impacting your state. i know the fentanyl deaths -- it's hitting all the states in the country. we know the cops that are searching these folk are getting just a whiff of it, and they're dropping like a rock. talk about that. >> well, to be perfectly honest, you know, what we've seen is we have seen an immediate uptick from the standpoint of deaths coming from discussion, and we have -- it is a direct correlation with what is happening at the border. now, just imagine how far we are from the border, and a lot of people would think, well, we're protected and everything. but we have seen an immediate, an immediate uptick. we all know what's going on. i mean, there's drugs coming across this border like crazy and everything, and they're killing our people. and why in the world we're doing this, i could never know. rachel: governor, one of the reasons people turn to drugs is
hopelessness, and one of the ways to make people feel more hopeful about life is giving them a job, the dignity that comes with a job. and we see thousand with the biden administration -- now with the biden administration these vaccine mandates are actually making it harder for people to get back to work or actually causing people who do have a job to want to leave their job. you're proposing a bill to require exemptions for the vaccine mandate. tell us about what's going on in west virginia. >> well, not only did i propose the bill, but we passed the bill. and so, you know, effective january 1 that's not going to be permitted in west virginia without the exemptions for medical and religious. and so, you know, i think our employers are are backing away from that, and i'm all for it. just like i'm sure you guys are. i'm all for everyone getting vaccinated and everything, but i'm not for doing away with our freedoms. for crying out loud, the very foundation of this country. and so there are people that
believe certain things, and we should be respectful of that, and we should be absolutely neighbors loving neighbors. we should not be mandating things on one another. this country's never been that way, and we should never go that way. lawrence: so, governor, i'm so sorry, what is the consequence though when businesses don't follow that executive order? we see a lot of republican governors doing this, but respectfully, does it have enough teeth to hold those businesses accountable when they impede those rights? >> well, i don't think, i don't think we've gotten to that, you know, at this point in time this west virginia, but i don't think you'll see that. i really do not think you'll see that at all in west virginia. we have held together in west virginia and led the nation in this pandemic in a lot of ways, and to the only way we've done is it we all held together and pulled the hope together. we hit a record history of all time in west virginia unemployment rate the other day
at 3.2%. it's amazing what's going on, a lot of good stuff. pete: all right, governor. there's maybe something else big happening in west virginia. we've got to get your take on this because three republican counties in western maryland want to leave maryland and become a part of west virginia. now, we'll see how that process plays out, but they're the westernmost counties of maryland. there they are right now, garrett county, allegheny county and washington county. would west virginia welcome them? >> absolutely. absolutely, hands down. west virginia will welcome any and all. but with all of that and everything, we all know that this is a difficult, uphill, you know, upstream climb, you know, for these people or swim, you know? but nevertheless, these people are unhappy. these people want to leave. why wouldn't you want to come to west virginia? i mean, lead the nation in -- [inaudible conversations] rachel: i'm curious, what's the process? what do these counties need too
old? you said it's an uphill battle, what do they have to do? >> well, i think what has to happen, and it's a process where west virginia accepts, maryland agrees to let go, then the federal government agrees that that's okay, then they can come. and then there'll be a price tag where west virginia will have to pay some level of restitution to maryland over a prolonged period of time, but there there is geny a pathway. a long time ago west virginia was part of virginia, is and it migrated the way it migrated and everything. there is a pathaway -- pathway here. it's an upstream swim, that's for sure, but nevertheless -- lawrence: governor, what are the chances of maryland doing that though, releasing these counties? >> well, like i said, it's probably not high. but from that, i mean, there is a probability of just this, now, just think for a second about this. these counties are a pain in the
backside of maryland. maryland wants to go so blooming liberal and ridiculous, these counties are way more west virginia-type counties than they are maryland-type counties. and if maryland wants to go completely off the chart and everything, i say let 'em go. pete: baltimore might just say that too. hey, let 'em go. very interesting. you know, sometimes we think things have to be static the way they are. if something like this happens, look out eastern washington, eastern oregon and the inner parts of california as well. governor jim justice, thank you so much for your time and for being such a great guest, there might be a hunter biden painting in your future -- >> please, lord no. [laughter] don't do that to me. lawrence, rachel, pete, thank y'all for all you do. rachel: take care. it's such an interesting -- i'm feeling a cultural secession happening anyway, so people the
people in that county feel more west virginian than they do -- lauren lawrence can -- lawrence: can counties in texas leave too? rachel: you've just got to stop that california migration. lawrence: bye, austin. rachel: we're going to turn to your headlines. two children are dead and eight hurt went a car crashed during a drag racing crash in texas west of austin killing a 6 and 8-year-old boy. at least two victims remain in critical condition. the driver of the cash was also hurt but -- crash is expected to be okay. it's still unclear what caused him to leave the track. the director of "rust" speaking out after he was injured in an accidental shooting my alec baldwin. the cinematographer died in a statement to fox news. joel souza writes in part: i am gutted by the loss of my friend and colleague, halyna, she was
kind, vibrant, incredibly talented. alec baldwin's family is somedded packing up, the actor is said to be in distress following the tragic accident, but hutchins' husband telling fox news he's been very supportive. pete: rachel, i'll read this one. the boston celtics -- no, no, no. the atlanta braves claim a world series berth taking game six over the los angeles dodgers. >> deep to right, it is gone! [cheers and applause] >> and on the ground, he's got it! throw to first, the braves are going to the world series! pete: that is always an exciting moment. atlanta winning 4-2, we outsource all of our best. the braves will face the astros from houston on tuesday in their first world series appearance since 1999, and they had a
string of them there for a while, and it comes months after the major league baseball pulled the all-star game from atlanta over georgia's voting law. they can't change it now. the world series is coming to atl. lawrence: folks will appreciate that. pete: yeah. the team delivered for them -- lawrence: right. pete: -- and brought business. the world series is coming to atlanta and houston. all right, coming up, we are nine days from election day 2021 version ask from the if virginia governor's race to new jersey governor phil murphy's shrinking lead, democracy 2021 is heating up, and we're diving into the races to watch coming up next. lawrence: plus, boaters rescue a dog struggling in the open ocean. they share how they were able to reunite the dog with his family. coming up. ♪ who let the dogs out? ♪ who leapt the dogs out? -- let the dogs out? ♪♪
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show that you're willing to knock on doors. when you got somebody like phil who's responsible and serious, you've got to get out there. knock on doors for phil. pete: what should be two shoo-in elections in virginia and new jersey. former president obama hitting the campaign trail for terry mcauliffe and phil murphy for their races less than ten days away. here to break down the polls and what they mean, pollster just isen -- thanks so much for being here. what do you make of the fact in virginia it's tied up 46-46, is that your sense of the race? >> yeah. it actually is a little bit, little bit tougher on mcauliffe, and i think as we all know when former president obama shows up for your campaign, you know, things aren't going well. you need a big boost. it looks neck and neck, but really the interesting thing is when you start to dig into the
undecided which, interestingly, are really breaking towards the republican challenger here. and it's interesting to note that often this virginia guber thattorial campaigns -- gubernatorial break towards -- mcauliffe initially had a solid lead, but that's vanishing. keep in mind also there is a third party candidate here. now, when that candidate is included in polls which are not in the current poll, but in the past when that candidate's been included, that tears off a little bit more of mcauliffe's lead, and things start to break even more towards the republican. pete: real quick follow-up because voter enthusiasm shows republicans almost doubling up democrats, fired up. base election, if republicans are more enthusiastic, could that make the difference? >> yeah, it could. i mean, it's important to note that this is a different kind of election, say california where there was a special election and enthusiasm kind of gave a false
positive. turned out democrats weren't enthusiastic about voting, but they were going to vote because they were angry n. a typical election like this we would expect that to build up turnout, and in this case republicans have a clear advantage. pete: this new jersey if you look at democrat phil murphy who famously said the bill of rights is above his pay grade and the republican challenger ciattarelli, he's got a stable lead. but if you -- substantial lead. but if you look at the undecided voters cutting 59-41, are there enough undecided in the state of new jersey? >> yeah, there is. so, first and foremost, the lead that murphy has, it is substantial, and yet it's only a little bit above the margin of error. the most recent polls are around a 5% margin of error. his lead is about 6 points. still substantial, but when you look at those undecided and the delta between those who are breaking for ciattarelli versus murphy, it's substantial. so this one's neck ask neck.
honestly, i think it's too close -- pete: really, neck and neck in new jersey, you believe. >> i do believe so it's darker for murphy than it looks. pete: i've got to believe a lot of it comes down to this last set of numbers, the decline in approval in the first three quarters in post-world war ii presidencies, george w. bush because of 9/11, joe biden's is the highest. 131-point drop -- 11-point drop. i've got to believe from murphy to mcauliffe, they're feeling that. >> it's a remarkable fall from favor, and it's really being driven by the economy and policy, of course, on afghanistan. biden's doing okay with covid, but if those candidates are focusing on the economy, on the republican side, i think they're really going to gain traction there. i think that's where the weakness is on the democratic side. pete: i'm going to take away from this you think in new
jersey it's neck and neck. manages that would be an earthquake if either of those come across the finish line november 2nd. justin, thanks for breaking it down for us. >> thanks for having me. pete: all right. a father furious after finding out his daughter who has downs syndrome had a mask tied to her head, and it was not the first time. that father joins us next with the fear he and his wife face sending their daughter to school every day. i'm susan and i'm 52 and i live in san francisco, california. i have been a sales and sales management professional my whole career. typical day during a work week is i'm working but first always going for a run or going to the gym. i love reading. i love cooking healthy. it's super important to me. i was noticing that i was just having some memory loss. it was really bothering me. so i tried prevagen and it started to work for me. i wish i had taken prevagen five or ten years ago. prevagen. healthier brain. better life.
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mandates. jeffrey joins us now with more. if first of all, thank you for joining us. your daughter is gorgeous. i want to put more maskless pictures of her up before we enthis segment. but first, let me start with this. you said this was not the first time. how do we know that? your daughter is nonverbal. what has the school told you about the mask? >> okay. so when i actually found out that it happened which was the 7th of october when she stepped off the bus, she stepped off the the bus with the mask and tied on. i these to quickly say sophia has an iep-504, and that is an individual care plan that she has in school so that anything that changes, she gets physical therapy, occupational therapy, she has an educational psychologist, etc. is so anything that changes, it needs to be approved with the9 consent by the parents, so there has to be a meeting with the teacher and the team of
whatever's going to be changed. rachel: right. >> that heating never -- that meeting never happened. so when i met with the school teacher on the 12th of october, with a service officer, police officers at the school, i was asking about the mask and asked why we weren't informed, why they felt it was okay and safe to tie that on a nonverbal child with an iep with a disability, and sophia has an enlarged tongue as a result of her downs syndrome as well. she's a mouth breather, not a nose breather. rachel: exactly. i was going to say, jeffrey, that's why it's so important that you should have been called, is that it is actually dangerous. there's a real medical reason why your daughter shouldn't wear a maas, let alone one that is put on so tightly. she could have been as fix quainted. so hold on one second -- >> [inaudible] rachel: go ahead. go ahead. >> when she stepped off the bus, my wife found her with a mask
that was saturated with hrsa live v.a -- her saw saliva. she could have seizured, anything could have happened. rachel: absolutely. >> so it was quite a shock when the schoolteacher -- and there was a police officer with me, actually, and i just said are you telling me this has been happening more than just this one time? they told me they've tried numerous ways -- rachel: oh -- >> well, of course. rachel: it's child abuse, jeffrey, no question about it. here's the statement from the school is. the student was given a medical mask exemption as soon as the here made the request to school leadership. the school district is investigating and is in the process of gathering all the facts. tell me what your family learned from this very horrible incident. >> well, one of the things we learned is there needs to be a lot her education about downs syndrome children and particularly around the issue of
masks. and the fact that the school board did an unlawful mask mandate, they were already breaking florida law. so that's one problem. the next problem is that they then forced the schools to break florida law with a mask mandate for every single child without exemption. it seems to be common sense that when you have special needs children particularly with issues of a nonverbal child with a mask over their face, you cannot maker needs -- who cannot maker needs known to not speak to parents first is just unconscionable to us. i would not have approved ever for a mask to be tide onto my daughter's face knowing the dangers that would take place. rachel: well, jeffrey, sophia is gorgeous, you're a great papa bear. thank you for bringing this to our attention. hopefully parents with special needs children can learn something from this segment. thank you for joining us today. >> thank you for having me. rachel: coming up, from the
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♪ lawrence: welcome back. from the start of the pandemic to social unrest on the street and a heated presidential election, 20 was a year like no other. now a new book is attempting to make sense of the events of last year with a fictional account on the virus spreading from china and the division across the u.s. john hoodie is the author of concern moody is the author of of course they knew ask also former executive vp for fox news, and he's joining us now. john, thanks so much for joining the program. what made you write this book? >> well, you know, i had a lot of time to think last year and watch what was going on. and it occurred to me that 2020 was just unlike any other year in american history and, actually, the history of the whole western world. you had this virus that entered our country and spread so quickly that nobody could understand how it was moving so quickly, how it was hurting so many people, killing so many people, and where it came from.
there's a lot of controversy about it, and the truth is it started in wuhan, china. there's no doubt about that. and we keep trying not upset the chinese by saying that. somebody told us to call it covid, and everybody, okay, fine, we'll call it covid. the other things were the social unrest that swept the streets of the cities of our country. and, you know, social protest is one thing, there's nothing wrong with that. it has to be legal, it has to be peaceful, and when it starts to be a situation where stores are getting looted and police cars are getting burned, that's no longer social protest. and the last factor was the presidential elections. it was kind of a loony tunes election. the campaign, the election itself and then the questions about its legitimacy afterwards. so i tried to put all those three strands together and turn it into a book. i had to use fiction because i couldn't report it to the standards that i wanted to report it to because the chinese wouldn't cooperate, but i think everybody will get the message. this is a book that's written
for fox news viewers. lawrence: wow. it's funny how you had to make it 2006al for them to prove it -- fictional. i want to read a part of that book. you say in the book it doesn't matter what that person saw with his own eyes or heard with his own ears, it is what the party tells him he saw or heard that is the truth. anything else is worthless. this is actually the secret of china's recent success. what did you mean by that? >> well, people have to -- americans have to understand china is the communist party, and the communist party is china. there is nothing more important, there are no such things as individual rights, there are no such things as getting ahead in the country of, you know, being a success, being happy. those things don't matter. what matters is, is the party happy with you. the chinese communist party actually has social scoring for its citizens which means are you a good communist, have you done anything wrong, have you done anything that's going upset the
party, and you get a rank, you get a score. and they keep track of those things, and it can affect the rest of your life. lawrence: and you really break this down in this book. hopefully not just fox news viewers, but other readers will read this to learn a thing about china. obvious they knew is available now -- obviously -- of course they knew, and is available now, and you should check it out. thanks, josh. >> thanks. pete: turning now to headlines, senator josh hawley turning for attorney general merrick garland to step down tweeting, quote: garland mobilized the nbi -- fbi to intimidate parents. he should resign. this after garland issued a controversial memo earlier this month directing the fbi to probe and potentially prosecute harassment and threats by parents against school board members. and dads at a louisiana high
school taking control of a violent situation. dads on duty is a group, they're taking shifts, an informal one, at south high school in shreveport in hopes of maintaining a positive learning environment because it comes after 23 students were arrested over a 3-day stretch after violent fights broke out at the school. the dads stepped up and said not on our watch. look at that. rachel: be afraid of those dads. i'd be afraid of those dads. lawyers lawrence all right, now this. as we count down to football kickoff today, we're also watching the weather for several games today. rick: yeah. so fox is lausch. ing a new -- launching a newwet app tomorrow making it easier to track the weather for the games. rachel: let's bring this jason frazier, cohost of fox weather sky dome life at metlife stadium ahead of the giants and panthers game. welcome to fox. >> well, good morning to you guys. it is such an honor to be
representing america's weather team here at metlife stadium. so i will have much more on the app that's debuting tomorrow morning at six this just a few minutes. want to talk a little bit about what's going to to be happening here at metlife stadium. the game is going to be kicking off this afternoon at 1:00, and we're expecting pretty good weather. it's going to be a crisp day. we'll see temperatures top out right around 60 degrees and mostly sunny skies. as for the packers and washington football team game, welsh we're going to be keeping our ayes to the skies in green bay over at lambeau field. the game may be clipped by some rain. for now it's expected to be dry, but lots of clouds are expected ask according to the fox weather app as aaron rodgers takes the field, temps will be in the low 50s. both games, by the way, are going to be on your local fox station at 1:00. now, if you're interested in seeing a game day forecast for your team or tracking storms in
your neighborhood, you can sign up for the all-new fox weather app at foxweather.com. you'll be able to experience our 3-d radar which will change the way that you view weather on your phone. my favorite part of the app is called future view. let's say you have an upcoming game you want to attend or maybe a trip that's scheduled for maybe going to nashville or miami. well, future view will allow you to input upcoming events, and you can customize the name of the event in the app, and the app will automatically update you on the weather for the day. tomorrow morning at 6 a.m. join myself as well as stephen morgan as we make history in kicking off fox weather app. i'm looking forward to it, guys. rick: jason, we're so excited. this is an app on my phone, but you can get live video watching you guys live on this app, right? >> yep! so we're going to have all sorts of news, information as well as the forecast.
and clearly i'm not the only one that's excited as well here about the data. you can hear the marching band behind me here at metlife stadium. they are not only practicing for today's game at 1:00, but i hear they're also pretty excited as well. pete: jason frazier, thank you so much -- lawrence: welcome to the fox family. rachel: welcome. foxweather.com or scan the qr code on your phone's camera. pete: only one her excited than jason is rick. [laughter] foxweather.com to follow it all. rick, you should sit here her often with us. rick: thank you. nice being here. comfortable -- rachel: he's worn in that seat. rick: i have to watch my posture a lot more than i normally would. pete: i know. coming up, a group of boaters turn into lifesavers pulling this cog into their boat from the -- dog into their boat from the ocean. hear from one of them next.
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♪ rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends." well, take a look at this. it's just a casual day on the water that turned into a heroic boat trip. lawrence: look at this. a group of friends from florida spotted a small dog struggling to swim in the middle of the ocean. one person jumped in after the up and is pulled him out. pete: joining us now is one of the rescuers in the now-viral video, brynn. thanks so much for being here. i bet the last thing you expected to see -- of course. i bet the last thing you expected to see in the middle of the ocean was a dog struggling to swim. how long did it take you to figure out what was happening? >> it was pretty quick, as soon as the driver of the boat spotted him, he immediately turned around, and within probably 10 seconds phil was already in the water swimming over to him, so it was pretty quick. rachel: i'm going to ask the question which is how could the owners of this dog have left the
area? what happened? i know that a, you know, they thought they had lost the dog, but i can't imagine leafing the area. leaving the area. >> right. by the time they had noticed, even if it was a minute or two, with the current conditions and the ocean waves and him swimming, he's really small, it would have been really, really hard to find him. so they had gone back and searched up and down, but with how small he is and in that water -- rachel: okay. thanks for clearing that up. we were all very concerned about the owners. >> noing they were absolutely upset. lawrence: brynn, i'm just curious, did you all have to do, like, a double take or did you know immediately there was a dog in there strug signaling. >> oh, no, a friend of mine -- i didn't notice immediately, but she thought we went back to get somebody's hat, so i was expecting to see a hat, and i was, like, that's so weird, it kind of looks like a dog. a second later it obviously was a dog, and i was shocked.
pete: how did you headache the reunion? >> the first thing we did was check out his tags to see, and we called them right away, and they answered crying, very upset. and after we had found him in the ocean, which was an interesting thing to say. they were about 15 minutes away in the next inlet, and we went up and met them as soon as we could and got him back. rachel: the number of people who have watched this viral video is just astounding. did you expect to get this much attention for this, you know, very wonderful thing that you did? but, wow, the amount of people. >> absolutely not. i had probably 90 people that were following me on my account before this had blown up, and it was just my friends. within about an hour we realized it was picking up, and one of the boys on the boat was like this is going to be huge, and i don't think any of us expected it to be as big as it is. rachel: what's the latest you've seen? >> i think the last time i saw
it it was 12 million or right around there. pete: people love dogs. rachel: that's amazing. lawrence: i think one of the takeaways was not just your amazing rescue, but get your dogs tagged. it's still unbelievable the amount of people that don't have tags on their dog. >> tags and especially on a boat having a high visibility life jacket and making sure you're extra attentive and keeping an eye on them all times. pete: yeah. rachel: good advice. pete: sometimes you don't know that they're missing -- [laughter] not that that's ever happened to me. w -- brynn, thank you so much for being a good samaritan. rachel: i'm going to put tags on my kids too now. [laughter] we spend a lot of time -- pete: one, two, three, four -- rachel: we have a dog, skippy, and i love what she said about
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good morning, and pete hegseth, who just gave 40 bucks to hunter biden. [laughter] kirks not hunter biden. >> 37 he needs it he needs it 10% to the big guy. [laughter] rachel: joe biden got 10% that's right. pete: will be in rachel's bathrooms and can't wait to visit and see it. lawrence: work and be out there later are you going to go into the train the little choo-choo? pete: conductor? rachel: i feel the bouncy castle. lawrence: let's do that anything we can make into a competition i am there. i do have the trophy. pete: schama trophy it you cannot feel confident. lawrence: don't shame the confidence they were very kind
to shop and they voted for me. support the process. rachel: they were all ladies let me just say that. he's pretty smooth the one the ladies over but it was very clear, to the sleigh the best pumpkin was actually pete's. it pains me too say it. pete: thank you you say that you mean it. [laughter] lawrence: i know who is responsible for the victory. pete: yep and the rest of us their hands up is that i don't know. lawrence: i didn't hear any cheers him you guys. lawrence: there nurtures to be given. congratulations i can be magnanimous something like that? it's me i'm going to tell who is not cheering. the media is not tearing, nbc has not cheering and the joe biden administration is not cheering because his poll numbers are tanking. and you know it pained nbc and specifically saturday night live to have to do this actually for what's kind of
funny segment on snl where they actually had to admit that joe biden just isn't what he used to be, take a look. >> janco got to tell your dynamite and those impressive briefing with your quip center when light is what you call those old zingers,. >> fax. >> lay some of those effects on me. >> okay your cnn ten house watch by knowing and your approval rating is in the dumpster. >> i don't understand, people used to like me. i miss the old me. [laughter] >> where in the hell did that guy go? [laughter] >> wait a second who are you? >> how it might when you mean i'm you i'm you from eight years ago, man. the goat the biden past boom. >> how can you be me you seem so happy, so carefree, what's
the word i'm looking for,. [laughter] >> where i am from we are still vp. easy as a gig in the world we are like america's a wacky neighbor, you know? funny man with an ice cream cone, aviator shades, rub a few shoulders kiss your hands precut she can't do that he markets what rubbing shoulders shaking hands? i certainly both. >> come on man, loosen up. i hope this doesn't sound sexist but you've got a smile more sweetie pick. >> this just beautiful i love how they focus on the image of joe biden. rachel, earlier in the shame and an excellent point. you said we knew it was just an image of joe uighurs and be weak on the border, we news bad for the economy. we knew all of these things. the problem is the american people didn't know because they focused on the image of he be a cool guy, likable guy who they said was classy.
i think this highlights it right here. >> i think the wheels were coming off of this thing are specifically joe biden, i think of the campaign. i think we could see he wasn't as, jason tzedakah said lucid. and he was being hidden. and they were people behind the curtain. lawrence: the media didn't highlight it we saw but they didn't highlight it. they knew all along. rachel: that's it. pete: that's obvious. a saturday night live also as fewer and fewer people tuned in but how many of you watch that last night i don't know rachel we are little older, i used to stay up and watch saturday night live. rachel: i did i used to. pete: you always skip the musical performances and saw the skits. there in the dumpster to quote them there is material right there in front of them which
are resumes with every american breed they see the same thing and no one did watch that town hall. they see the fake scripted nature they see him stumbling around. you can characterize that in a way that's funny. it is funny because it reflects reality break. >> that townhall had a lot to do with why the segment went up this week. that town hall was painful. there he was, and a friendly audience, friendly host, friendly network and i think the moment. i wonder if we could find that clip of our producers are quick enough where he is standing there and he's just like this and frozen in this very odd almost helpless position were frankly even if you don't like all of the policies and inflation everything going on with joe biden you had to feel a lot of empathy for him. he felt like this was my grandpa who got put on stage he doesn't know it's going on is not totally with it. this seemed like a very cool thing to do to somebody elderly.
lawrence: everybody knows it. lawrence: i think the guy as i was the greatest retail politician stand out there, you have to be able to say there is a difference in the guy. number two i feel like the reason why nbc and saturday night live did this because they are following the approval ratings. they felt comfortable doing this because the president of the united states has dropped 11 points, 11 points approval. rachel: also record numbers. pete: is a wreck record numbers in the post-world war ii area for the presidential tanking. turbines become a vessel for the far left regardless of what his background may or may not have been woke politics the art institute of chicago i'm sure it's baby hunters got
some. lawrence: may be hunters been up there. pete: he might pay most of the staff or volunteers there. it's just getting noticed and now, or white speed white males, white females,. >> a lot of rich upper-class white females. pete: there are volunteers for some had been there for decades which means they've lost a lot of knowledge but if you are i try to walk into the art institute of chicago and give tours it ain't happening. we don't know you think about what's going on. because they are white females and white men and wealthy, a consultant came into the art institute of chicago pushing equity. big bold changes if it affects and they effectively fired all the volunteers because of the color of their skin. rachel: they all got an e-mail, they all got an e-mail and it wasn't something your
white elderly all that knowledge gone to waste. we live in a society where our society has decided there is a bad racism and there is good racism. this is absolutely outrageous. it is disgusting. and by the way there are retired elderly people of many colors who volunteer. they keep this country going. because of what they are doing right now, lawrence, they're going to -- like what they said were going to fire the white volunteers and they assume now people are of color can't afford to volunteer so they are going to ping them which will end up raising the prices of the ticket to get into the museum which will not help people who are underprivileged. i don't get it. spate i get it we are going
back in time. the leaders in this country apparently support this type of stuff it's on the call us college campuses, it is in big corporations. it is everywhere. it is in our government, it is everywhere. you are right this isn't racism it's okay. temper that doesn't agree with it is carol swan she is a former professor, a law professor. she knows the stuff she was fired up earlier, take a look. >> they have fired people who have had years of experience, knowledge, enthusiasm about art and these people will be replaced probably by paid workers who would not have the same level of knowledge and enthusiasm. in the left are so foolish. people volunteer they want to volunteer. there are volunteers in the black community as well as other minority communities. if they wanted to work it i'm
sure no one prevented them. >> doctor swain i'm sorry. >> got a statement by the way from the art institute of chicago this has been twisted into unfounded accusations of racism. were simply passing a volunteer educator program it would never want to diminish the contributions they have made. they should not be the root of a culture. see a positive or what? based on race but we've got to start calling the stuff out. this is not good for our kids to see. volunteers, people of color if they wanted to do it they would be volunteering there. they are open to this so they shut down the whole program because you got called out for being racist? we shouldn't allow it. i hope the donors dropped them. because publicly funded hope it's the taxpayers hold the people who were giving the money accountable. rachel: the worst part is they paid a whole consultant to
come in and install this program and fire everybody for that is the real thing we ought to be focusing on. there are a lot of people making money out of causing division and reverse racism in the country it's very dangerous. >> i believe the outside group's name is the equity group. that is the name of the consultants out the equity group it's the equity firm or something like that. what they are doing is in the name for they called a pause they want to call the pause we know what it means. >> they fired their break. >> called reverse racism that's what it is. they play with the words to try to make it look better. that is right. pete: he can't put lipstick on this pig boat play with the words change the reality of the supply chain crisis is playing out before our eyes and courts and truck driver shortages and sling out before our eyes on the shelves of stores that we are all going to leaving some of us thankfully to reconsider bargaining or toys this
christmas and hopefully try to buy them right here in the united states of america which is where it should be anyway. but the ceo of a big toy company, isaac and the mga entertainment ceo is being candid about where the blame lies from the white house trying to blame other people talk about the trump administration, talk about covid ultimately this is a guy makes toys understands the business here's where he puts the blame. >> all of these in merchandise is sitting on the factory floors, in our aware horse, omni ships in long beach and they are not going to make it for christmas. this is something everyone should have known about. i openly and publicly talk about this, in february of last year. where was this administration
is not just the shipping backlog and the runaway inflation is the lack of labor. we cannot get labor. were only going to have like 60% of what the demand is simply not going to make it on the shelves. rachel: so interesting is that we knew this problem was happening back in february where was the administration? where was pete buttigieg? he is in paternity leave's been dealing with the crisis head-on. the only silver lining i can see in this and it's really hard to find it, i thought about when i was hearing this and just thought of it now, i thought maybe this will be like the end of the grinch. remember when there were no toys but everybody all of the who's and who built held hands and saying would that be ironic if the most pro- abortion anti-christian administration u.s. history actually brought back the meaning of christmas? that could be a silver lining.
pete: no gifts under the tree thank uncle joe for print lesser of the reason for the season. that could work. that could work. i could go for that. rachel: maybe he could do another commercial with this rosary beads and said he actually brought back the meaning of christmas. rachel: leadership really does matter because donald trump, even at the beginning of this was a guest of got to take some temporary measures we gotta get back to work with got to be prepared to live our lives and vitamins to ration capitol opposite approach. they effectively said more unemployment, more unemployment, more unemployment were almost at a systemic place. lawrence: the biting ministrations lobbies, unions have a seat at the table donald trump's business owners come to the table how can i get regulation out of the way, how can you bring your taxes down to benefit the employers. rachel: i could see president donald trump he would be in l.a. but he'll be at the shipping are to be talking to people and trying to figure out exactly what happened.
i said this last weekend we had the conversation about pete buttigieg and his paternity leave. put the whole biden administration on paternity leave, bring back the trump team, peter navarro, bring back donald trump bring back all those people are pro-business have them solve the problem and then bring back the other team after christmas. what he think of that plan? lawrence: i won't hold my breath it's a smart idea which you often bring. rachel: the business of america's business. spiritless turn to some headlines today california will be remembering alina hutchins the cinematographer who was killed by a prop gun by alec baldwin on the set of the movie rested. gathering to remember her at a memorial in new mexico saturday. take a listen but. >> really lucky to get to work with, whom i met on the most
talented, kind, collaborative artists. >> crew from the production as well as unit members delivering an emotional tribute to honor hutchins life. quite a pair china and russia teaming up to do joint patrols in the western pacific ocean to nation sending warships into international waters near north of japan. russia's defense administration sing the two countries are maintaining peace and civility in the age of the pacific region. this is the both global superpowers continue to deteriorate. now to a touching moment as vin diesel walks paul walker's daughter, meadow, down the aisle for the wedding for the act of making good on a promise to his fast and furious costar, paul walker, to take care of his only child. hinders in 2013, car classes daughter sharon the
heartwarming moments with a very intimate celebration which was scaled down due to the pandemic. and those here headlines. that's it beautiful moment, paul walker gone too soon. rachel: absolutely. keeping a promise a very important one. national school board association apologizes for a letter comparing parents to terrorists. is the apology a little too late? former education secretary bill bennett joins us next.
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rachel: a book about the fox and friends for the promised school board association sent a letter to the white house describing parents protesting covid rules with domestic terrorists is nothing they are sorry for the national school board association sang and the statement, they regret and apologize for the letter. no justification for some of the language included.
but is the damage already done quicker. discuss fox news contributor former education secretary under president reagan, doctor bill bennett. doctor bennett welcome. >> rachel hi. rachel: nice to have you here. what a cabal of this? is this too little too late. have we waking up the sleeping giant and parents are now onto the school indoctrination machines of gender ideology, crt, and whatnot? >> yes eyes are open here, rachel. the letter is a late but it is welcome anyway. but the damage has been done. what we find out here is the national school board association, like the pta than the national social studies are better than government. they seek control over the authority over your children. but parents are waking up.
comed was a terrible thing. we had to put masks on. it did have the effect of taking some blinders off. people saw what was going on in the classroom and a lot of parents did. over the years we have tended to yield, rachel, two experts, expert fees. the doctor said, the school said, the internet said. seven yielding to our own sense of things our own common sense and experience. i think of that revelation is now taking place across the country and people are saying what is going on? we have authority over our children for the year the first line of defense for our children. we speak for our children. not all teachers are parents but all parents are teachers and their first and indispensable teachers. rachel: that's the most important teacher protective moms and dads across the country they say i'm done
coparenting with the government, i am in charge for that is what we are seeing happening. here's an instance that really speaks to this. it's a very sad incident hits very close to home because it involves a child with down syndrome commissioners doctor bennett, i have a child with special needs with down syndrome. this is a man named jeffrey steele he's upset because the school actually tied a mask to his daughter's face which should be could have been a very serious medical incident first daughter who is non- verbal has an enlarged tongue and could possibly not been able to breathe. i want you to listen to this clip and tell me what you think on the other side. >> she stepped off the bus with the mask and the masks tied on. when i'm out with the schoolteacher on the 12th of october with a service officer a police officer was at the school, i was asking about the mask and why they thought it was okay and safe
to tie that might nonverbal child with an iep with a disability and sophia has an enlarged tongue as a result of her down syndrome. when she stepped off the bus is important to note to my wife found her with a mask that was saturated with her saliva which is a natural result of breathing issues. she could have seizures, anything could have happened. quick. greg: unchecked. rachel: your thoughts? >> this father is to be congratulated. at a lot of circumstances if we can see if parents surrender their authority to the school's or anyone else, that authority will be picked up and now it's being picked up by the government. we see this arrogance of governments think we know best, we know best how to take care of your children. and if we think we need to tie a tight mask around is nonverbal child we will do so. this is an awakening going on on it's a good thing it's a
long time coming but i'm glad it has occurred. otherwise the machinery of the state just keeps rolling on. if we look at the books like 1984 the hunger games of you sit back and let others take over they will take over. now we are seeing i think that awakening is a very important thing. >> such wise words from you doctor bennett. i want to see it last masks more smiles from these children. thank you for joining us this morning i really appreciate going to read quickly a statement from the public schools where there's a little bit of a misunderstanding parents that i had an iep and a medical exams over school said the student was given a medical mask exemption as soon as the mother made the request of school leadership for the school is investigating is in the process of gathering all of the facts. thank you doctor bennett. all right it is a busy day at fox and we are breaking down the big nfl games today plus
pete: week seven of the nfl visited fairfax has five must-see games you do not want to miss. here to break them all down is fox nfl kickoff post, carissa thompson. >> feet think it is without will off the segment. pete: right, right? >> now i've been saying where's pete where is pete? pete: put the requested on your end i will lament i was a high school wide receiver quarterback i feel like you are really capable hands. >> then you will appreciate my
picking this verse because devonte ty adams has had it unbelievable, ten games since 2020 with 100 plus receiving yards as a former wide receiver you can appreciate what incredible task that is which is why i'm taking the green bay packers against the washington football team, pete. also because washington is lost three of the last force of the packers fell in week one to the saints and the sky was falling they've rattled off five wins and aaron rodgers all week long with comparing this to the 2010 team that won the super bowl right at the right time but i like them by a score. twenty-seven leo ryan rogers on the barrel saving the same thing with washington. i am with the washington that we need the packers to come down a notch of the vikings have a shot. >> speaking like a true guy right there. aaron roger comments were hysterical, tom brady's retort to that was even better. let's turn our attention to the panthers and the new york giants. look, i don't want to give up on the panthers, but they have given me a lot of reason to question them for this is a perfect game for them to have
their reeling new york giants who are really decimated with injuries. no barkley, no tony, and like the panthers in this one by ten actually. and they are still with mccaffrey. pete: and arnold comes back to new york could he do it to the giants yet again question ricky could not do it here as a jet. how about casey and the titans? >> this is my game of the week there's also a great game in baltimore in the bengals but i love this rematch of the 2019 afc championship game with the chiefs came out on top. derek henry is having himself a year. five straight games with 100 plus yards rushing. he had three touchdowns last week alone. his back and this one in kansas city run defense of their total defense is suspect but the run defense is 30th in the league week after week have a great game but still like the chiefs to win this
one. the best way to keep derek henry off the field is keep the offense on the field. >> i could not keep my friends lawrence and jones off the field either party wants to say hello. lawrence: was going out of my cowboys? >> it is a bye week. that is a very, you've got a lot of reasons to be excited. seven vikings next week showdown. >> you question a friendly wager speaking of wagers can't sue and $100,000 in terry brad shaw's money. stadium both you guys for the support six context it is called stack the cash who doesn't love that the more people the bigger the jackpot. >> outstanding chris thank you i'm going to push lawrence out of the way it will is not allowed next week we will get your pick on cowboys a lot riding on that. >> will is it has been nice knowing.
>> c will pay. >> cursive thank you. have a good day. alright coming up, thousands of migrants heading for the u.s. as border apprehensions breach a record high. maria has been to the borders of the crisis firsthand. she joins us next. and still ahead were going back out to fox square for our fall festival. don't go anywhere.
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lawrence: welcome back until nine days to the governor and democrats are battling to keep control. pete: barack obama to rally voters as the race stands dead even. >> alexander's live with the message on the campaign trail. >> i'm going to start with a different president here but we talked about president biden's approval rating in this race is really the first test of how active voters feel about his presidency so far. democrat former governor seeking to become slipped and pulls putting him in a dead heat with republican glenn. yesterday former president
obama jointly call enrichment warning against what he said was a tendency for blue voters to be complacent for it earlier and that he stumped it stopped in new jersey for governor phil murphy, take a listen. >> when you've got somebody like terry who is responsible, and serious, he is worth fighting for. so you have got to go out there and show your willing to knock on the doors for terry. we've got some like phil who is responsible and serious he is worth fighting force you've got to get out there, show the senate you're willing to knock on doors fulfill. rachel: is a couple similar as there will that was happening or publican's artist bus tour sprint across the state, major focus of his campaign has been schools and getting more power to parents. >> will be won't do is teach our children to view everything through a lens of race. we won't do this. on day one i will band
critical race theory in our schools. [cheering] rachel: today's david mathis stacy abramson will present biden well into the senate back to you guys. alexander thank you so much. pete: now will turn to for additional headlines as well including this the director of arrest is speaking out after he was injured by an accidental shooting by alec baldwin. cinematographer helena hutchinson died in the shooting as same fox joel susan writes in part i'm gutted by the loss of my friend helena she's kind, vibrant, it comes out alex baldwin's family is packet for the movie said the actor said to be in distress of following the tragic accident but telling fox news he has been very supportive. and vanessa bryant recounting the date she learned of kobe and gianno ryan's tragic death
testifying in a lawsuit. she was inundated with rip kobe notifications on her phone hours before she was told of her husband's death. bryant also said she was assured the helicopter crash would be kept private and his experience severe emotional distress since learning first responders shared pictures of her family remains or lawsuit seeks damages for negligence and invasion of privacy. and we need to remind you this morning that tickets are going fast for the third annual fox nation patriot award. the event is on wednesday, november 17 at the hard rock theater in hollywood, florida paid the gold tier tickets sold out but there are spots available in the silver and patriot tears. go nation.com/patriot awards. we will all be there, well will be the weekday fox and friends will be there are prime time line up will be there for your favorites will be there and it's more than just an awards ceremony to celebrate in america which it is an experience you get a chance to meet all your fox and favorites. it is a great event.
>> it is a family affair. >> i'm excited my first time going. pete: are going to absolute limits get packed theater in florida please come join us. right let's turn now to chief meteorologist for our fox weather forecast for. >> hey who is the mc at that event? pete: this guy right here. i know i know thank you. [laughter] >> a stock little weather out there but sonny's leg to show you how much precipitation you get for this coming week. we'll take a look at the map shy with going on there's a few areas that are going to get a lot of moisture this week. anyway see the red the ohio valley back toward chicago, airs a viable time a lot of rain and potential for flooding progressing that today per very heavy rain across parts of the northeast striding starting overnight tomorrow night into tuesday per take a look coming out of the west really heavy rain mountain snow most of that's happening today. down across the southeast and south florida. you can central plains, one
batch of rain this morning bring flooding concerns later on today get ready for potentially severe weather outbreak including a tornado or two. will send it to you and signed. thirty-six thanks so much brother. brenda video from fox news on the ground with a huge caravan of migrants about outside of mexico with caravan is making their way north toward the u.s. after storming through a blockade of mexican security forces. fox news anchor maria bartiromo has been following it. you have been on the ground as well. when you think about this new caravan? >> you know what, it is just incredible we continue to see these caravans coming to america with no stopping whatsoever. and it will continue, lawrence. that's the bottom line. i went to the border couple of weeks ago for the third time i saw firsthand up close and
personal how this situation has worsened under president biden. because now we see expand beyond mcallen, texas into del rio and now into arizona. border agents told me they are 5000 arrests a week. and this of course is not including, spoke with the number of ranchers or tell me how their property is being damaged every day they have to carry their pistol everywhere they go including just to throw out the garbage. unfortunately, biden has no time for this. he said at the other night on the town hall he does not have time to go to the border. he said he hasn't been there which we have evidence of. the abortion of the american people understand the impact the impact is real. if you want to come into america that's what's happening over time without morning for. >> that's exactly right will
shift coming up request we have an exclusive with ron desantis this is one of the few governors pushing back on this authoritarianism coming out of this white house. were also going to get the latest on the spending package with senate hagerty. i got a firefighter coming up. lawrence, i'm sure he can believe this and more crises are developing every day is a seattle firefighter has lost his benefits because he will get forced to take the shot. both talk about that and then corruption in plain sight. hunter biden's art show just began in new york city. were going to talk about selling influence, selling influence and access to the white house with the former head of intelligence corruption is in plain sight and we get the news and facts on fox news and foxbusiness
and in the journal in the "new york post" because the rest of the media will not focus or report on this corruption at the highest level in government. >> you are exactly right maria you've been on top of it after fox and friends you got a stay maria's show is going to be here at 10:00 a.m. thanks much maria. >> state cap next we are celebrating all things fall for the foss fall festival. when he went as or pumpkins we've got it for you. up next. b pressure the way that advil® aleve® or motrin® sometimes can. for trusted relief, trust tylenol®.
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>> he had a whole box of them and came to the store once they're made with fresh apple cider two. but those are one of the things you can do. apples are really hot too. we were growing up it was mcintosh, granny smith, is always a hot apple. sort of the new kids on the block of taken over now. we have the fuji, the gala, and the rock star chris is going to show a great respite with the honey crisp. >> taking over the world is the honey crisp. taking over the world for. >> i'm sorry linda granny smith. >> taste the tartness and that. you'll get a real tart taste. now the honey crisp on the other hand is real sweet. taste the difference with this right now. >> i stole them all already.
>> they're nice and fresh but i have to say like the granny smith. >> go ahead chris shows what to do. >> a favor we have a recipe that's going to highlight how sweet, how crispy honey crisp's are for it real simple cinnamon sugar baked apple. all you have to do, we have a recipe online you can find it there, six apples, peeled them, core them, it's really simple, throw it in the dish. we have cinnamon sugar, regular sugar. we have not made, vanilla owing to put that right on top. >> you can do that to taste to question mckay like a lot of cinnamon. >> these apples are sweet if you don't have too sugar that you don't have too. >> kids love this. >> you can put that over ice cream and everything. >> 250 for 30 minutes and put a little bit of water on their take some of the apple cider. put in for another eight
minutes it's all finished for. >> in which the pumpkins quit? were running out of time. >> you got these big guys going on right here. we sold 250,000 of them this year. less resulted in thousands of an explosion at halloween this we think this is going to lead on the thanksgiving tube. people want to gather they want to get together they want to get out of the house after a rough year. we are seeing a festivity coming among our customers are hoping for good holiday. >> i think you're going to get what looks good but. >> thank you very much a chef you later. >> okay appreciated, nice job. >> note supply chain problems with the pumpkins they're all american-made. [laughter] are right more fox and friends moments away.
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lawrence: oh, look at this, welcome aboard -- oh, baby! look at that. [laughter] lawrence: behind the train. rachel: bye, everybody! bye! pete: have a great sunday, everybody. go to church. ♪ ♪ maria: good sunday morning, everyone. welcome to "sunday morning futures," i'm maria bartiromo. today, liberty and freedom in florida. coming up, florida's governor, one of a handful in the country vowing to stop joe biden's totalitarian regime while helping to alleviate the ports backup. this week unconstitutional vaccine mandates, censorship of free speech and ineptitude all on full display.