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let me ask you one more thing. who is on show tomorrow night? thanks for mentioning it. sean hannity is going to be on. ♪♪ what so proudly we hailed at
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the twilight's last gleaming ♪♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars ♪♪ through the perilous fight ♪♪ over the ramparts we watched ♪♪ were so gallantly streaming ♪♪ and the rockets red glare ♪♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪♪ gave proof through the night ♪♪ that our flag was still there ♪♪ oh say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
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♪♪ over the land of the free ♪♪ and the home of the brave ♪♪ rachel: good morning and welcome to the 6:00 first hour of "fox and friends" and that was your star-spangled banner by the us field army band. what is the difference between them? will: i have no idea. pete: it is a good morning with beautiful pictures once again. i kept asking for the montage i wonder where that is, wonder where that is, would love to know where those pictures are coming from where you are planting the american flag.
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it will be hard on the producers to do that but i sure would like to know where those come from. will: i keep thinking there from wisconsin but maybe we can put that to rest. will: otherwise we have to e-mail all those people and that seems difficult so we should catalog it. will: published pictures of the anthem published by fox folks, isn't that out fourth of july winter 2023, may be behind the curve for this year. keep sending them in. we really do the -- read the a male and use your photos. rachel: since we last met,
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we've been on the show, we've been talking about this leaked draft of the supreme court, and opinion by supreme court justice alito and since then there has been a lot of chaos especially on the left saying they are going to protest in front of the homes of different supreme court justices especially those on the right, those who are catholic. justice clarence thomas said we can't be an institution the can be bullied into giving you the outcomes you want, this is a symptom of that. he said young people have a different attitude towards our institutions, we are eroding respect for institutions and this does not bode well for a free society. pete: we talked on "fox and friends" and we use the word
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outcome, that was the word used by justice thomas, the left seems to be religiously devoted to an outcome whatever the outcome may be, whatever the current thing may be and the outcome is free and easy access to abortion. what the left does along the way to accomplishing their outcome is to praise the process when it helps their outcome. they scream democracy when they think democracy helps them accomplish their outcome but here we have an issue that is being sent back to democracy for the people to vote on and all of a sudden what we see the left diverting to is the mob and street justice in order to influence our republicans, i use that with a small are, the united states is a republic, not a democracy, they use that
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to influence independents. >> he is saying we will not bend to that, we will not cower, this was an event in atlanta, judicial conference he spoke at yesterday so he is out and about with more security at this point but it is only going to get worse, the reports are protests at catholic churches, catholic mass tomorrow across the country, we will see how substantial they are but it is intimidation across the board. rachel: i announced maybe we should go to st. patrick's cathedral and then i thought about it, should i go to st. patrick's cathedral, how many people across the country are thinking -- -- how many people are thinking about not going to a specific church, they live in a liberal town and think that is going to happen at their
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church how many people are not going to exercise their right to assemble and enter church because they don't want to be confronted? >> don't know, that combined with the addresses of the justices i think it will backfire, i hope it does, look at thomas, alito, brett kavanaugh, what they've gone through, how much they have been intimidated, this is the type of opinion they've been thinking about for decades, one leaked document doesn't feel like to me will change their opinion. >> the supreme court is supposed to be insulated from the passions of the people, the supreme court isn't a democratic institution. it is built on the principles of the constitution. i don't think they will be sweet. the question news what these protests, what showing up in front of homes will do to the
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democratic process, what price or benefit will democrats reap come midterms for this type of display. will: the group protesting described itself as against a corrupt and illegitimate supreme court. this is the ideas of the group, illegitimate because they don't like the justices on it. rachel: one who is funding them, it is not ruth bader ginsburg, someone is funding this group, jen psaki was asked about this and she said don't worry, just peaceful protests, we've heard that before, take a listen. >> are president. in peaceful protest, that's part of our democracy and part of the history of the united states in this country but also respects and understands the independence of the third branch of government and the role of the supreme court and
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what they play. they will make the decisions and we will not preach us of the final opinion. >> i get nervous when i hear peaceful protest, i think of the cnn reporter with the burning buildings. pete: this would be every aspect of this another administration would be condemned start to finish from the leak to the conduct to the intimidation but faith not said a word. >> they had an interesting, never used the word interesting, be on alert. it doesn't mean what you think it means. they had an interesting take on the potential violence in the wake of the supreme court decision. it's not the groups that are mounting the street in front of homes that present the real threat. it is a different group, cnn. >> law enforcement officials
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are preparing for potential violence in the n nationwide. the far right calling for violence against a religious group planning to rally for abortion rights. >> potential violence against abortion clinic clinic staff. >> all those people who pray with rosaries in front of abortion clinics peacefully, all those people who since roe versus wade have peacefully assembled in front of the us capital -- >> there has been violence against abortion clinics. >> this is a peaceful human rights movement. >> we have to acknowledge in the past there has been violence on this issue but i would be surprised in the wake of victory that the response would be violent. i would be surprised right wingers will go to the supreme court and be really mad and storm it because they won.
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this isn't philadelphia after the phillies finally won and they will burn it down because they are so happy. everything is viewed through the lens of january 6th. >> they were panning that across the fence like there is no one there. rachel: the pro-life movement has been advocating legislatively, in the culture, they never tried to undermine the actual institution of the supreme court the way what you just read earlier, that is not happened, the pro-life movement is a pro america movement and they toiled 50 years patiently waiting for this moment we think is going to happen and i do not think there will be violence from the pro-life movement, the sissy and interning everything on its head trying to tell us like they tried to tell us during
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the riots in 2,020, this is peaceful protest, no big deal but anything on the right, any movement on the right is violent, complete hypocrisy. >> kindly check if i was okay with the coffee. you know what happens when these coffee cups sit here for a day and peddle the dead flowers. they fall into the cup and i come in and i pour my cup in it when i take a drink i get flower petals, that happened. rachel: i need some coffee. will: north korea past a submarine launched ballistic missile, south korea and japan confirming protest saying it was fired into the east sea of the korean peninsula just days after the country's last missile launch wednesday
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marking their 14th missile launch. dave chapelle demanding accountability after the man who attacked him on stage with a knife attached to a fake handgun was only charged with misdemeanor, calling for george gascon, telling rolling stone we request da gascon reconsider correcting his mistake and charge this is a felony. entertainers in los angeles need to know the justice system will protect them on stage. the usfl, the philadelphia stars defeating the michigan in a nailbiter 26-25, falling short by reggie corbin. the longest run in usfl history. chris redmond applaud the players at the barnes stable brown gala.
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>> great opportunity for a lot of guys, so many don't get to shine, a glimmer of hope to get back in the lead. many opportunities to showcase your skills. will: they are squaring off against the birmingham stallions tonight on fox. those are your headlines. janice dean joins us from churchill downs. >> reporter: how do you like my american hat today? will: i didn't think you could talk yesterday but somehow you have done it. >> reporter: it is happening today, the 148th kentucky derby running of the roses, happens later this afternoon, 5:57, 6:57 is the time, last night i showed a clip of an event that
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has happened for 33 years, proceeds going to diabetes, we've got a backstage tour and i want to have you take a look right now. >> and they are off! >> reporter: thank you for having us here. we get to see how things work before the big presentation. tell me how it started. >> my mom was an old double mint twin and always looking for something to give back to the community, diabetes had taken my dad's family, we thought what better way than the derby? >> reporter: how much of you raised? >> $17 million.
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>> telling what this usually is. >> the backyard, otherwise the slippery goes on stage, jamming at the same time. >> maybe i can meet you on the dance floor. fist pump. see you later. that is the end of the tour. you've seen the before. are you ready for the after? it is the first time we've been in full swing and we are ready
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for our close-up. what do you think? >> we are all dolled up now. >> reporter: are you excited about tonight? >> so excited. >> nice to see you. excited about being here? >> we love it here at the kentucky derby. >> a great way to kickoff derby weekend for a great cause as well. >> was your date?■ç >> my daughter. >> is this your first time? >> yes, really excited. >> it is a lot of fun especially if it is your first time. i love bringing people to see the first race. >> your first derby? >> i've been watching it for years but i'm actually here. i can't believe it. >> you have a favorite horse? >> can't give my secrets away. >> the using? >> not well. >> get up on stage if they invite you. >> we will see if they invite me.
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>> it is my birthday monday. ♪♪ happy birthday to you ♪♪ >> going to get on stage? >> yeah, let's go. >> reporter: pictures of you every year that you get up there. >> always fun to come here and play and see everybody. >> that was pretty awesome.■ç janet jackson. you can't get much better than fat. i will check inside and see you on "fox and friends" tomorrow, by. we go every year except the last two years when the pandemic hit. it was nice to have everyone
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excited like it was two years ago almost like covid didn't happen. most of us know that it did but yesterday was a good reminder of people getting back together and wanting to be here for the right reasons. the kentucky derby, the whole world comes together for two minutes, doesn't matter what your party is or what our differences are, we all come together to see that horse get the finish line so i can't wait to be here today, my favorite thing of all time, happy to be here for "fox and friends". will: it looks muddy behind you.■ç i hope you have a few too many cocktails at the party afterward. >> reporter: maybe maybe maybe not. more to come. thanks. rachel: still to come police find the believed getaway car
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will: on the run, us marshals a step closer to a missing alabama inmate and corrections officer accused of coordinating the greatest get. authorities finding the pair's suspected getaway car 2 hours from where they were last seen. good morning. >> reporter: the suv was found ditched in tennessee and the hours following the escape not far from where the jailbreak happened, the sheriff's office in alabama saying it is linked to the couple. casey white and vicki want, not
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related but it did appear to be a jailhouse romance, they been on the run since april 29th, casey was seen walking out of jail getting into the backseat of a cruiser. vicki announced she would retire the following day and show coworkers she was taking casey for mental health evaluation but there was no appointment like that on the books, the sheriff's cruz was swapped out for the second getaway vehicle that was now found after acknowledging it -- >> her safety, until we know she is safe, this guy is being volatile, anything could set him off at any time, he could lose it and decide she's a hindrance to him. >> reporter: total reward for information that leads to the two has reached $25,000. kate ivey called the two a major threat to the public and casey is an imposing figure
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standing 6 foot 9 and very recognizable so investigators believe he may be in disguise perhaps sitting a wheelchair dressed as a woman. she could have darkened her hair or be dressed as an elderly lady. per to break down pursue breakdown the strange case, nancy grace weighing in at the 8:00 hour. will: thank you for that report. yesterday i was on a plane all day. i spent a lot of time watching fox news and ted williams was on fox, he is a contributor on the network, former police officer. she was saying nobody ever gets away with it and that is true. everyone gets caught eventually. this guy is 6 foot 9. hard to disappear even if you're pretending to be a woman in a wheelchair, someone will say that is a tall woman in a wheelchair, you cannot hide.
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pete: he has nothing to lose, i'm not saying anything positive about him, he is in for life, taking a chance to get out, you don't just disappear. out of the country. pete: yesterday the jobs report, to the economic side of the discussion, basically as expected jobs report was 428,000 jobs added slightly above the estimate of the forecast and the unemployment rate at 3.6%, up a bit from 3.5. if you look in the underbelly of the data there are concerns about inflation the wages, spending power of consumers and the mortgage rates and other rates rising question of whether the fed is raising interest rates fast enough as well but now job growth is
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fairly steady but there are other difficulties on the horizon. >> the supply chain issues, many of the items people want are not on the shelves and one of them is baby formula. if you can't nurse or a supplement with baby formula this is not a small problem. here's a quote from a mother who says when we ran to the local target to get some formula just days after she was born the shelves were empty. my heart literally sank. >> reporter: nicole brown is a mother for 5-month-old in florida, she said an entire month there was nothing, nothing online, nothing in stores nearby, i can get amazon delivered to my door but i can't feed my son.
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it is heartbreaking. to invoke many hours of watching fox news yesterday greg got shelves at this very well, so many of our problems are compartmentalized, that doesn't affect me so it's not a real problem. i don't feel it, don't recognize it. all our kids are out of that stage in life. this is as you point out nada small problem. as a society as a larger perspective the nation's babies being deprived of food this is a big story. rachel: they are giving mother's advice saying you should dilute your formula, this much water, just add more water to make it stretch. this is what you tell people in third world countries to do because there's a shortage, this is a supply chain problem. pete buttigieg is in charge of
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this, has he said anything about baby formula shortages in the country? the impact it is having? he likes to weigh in a lot on maternity leave for four months and talk a lot about motherhood, parenthood in the context of gender and equity issues but this is a real issue that is at his doorstep and i've heard him say nothing, where is he on this? rachel: traditionally underserved communities with not have other alternatives to get the baby formula. if you have a baby using a certain formula switching is difficult, not easy. supply chains, there was a recall of the more prominent portions of that and according to the internet because i believe everything on the
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internet chinese produces 40% of domestic infant milk formula. 44%. think about that, relying on half from china. they've had covid lockdowns over there, new mothers can't find baby formula. rachel: this impact low income people. it is up 20% higher to buy baby formula. pete: and even more expensive and supplies even more diminished. our next guest compares biden's disinformation board to chinese state propaganda, warning to america.
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authoritarian and reminds me of my life in china. she joins us now with more, federalist senior contribute or helen rally is the author of backlash, how china's aggression has backfired. welcome, glad to have you. you see a lot of parallels between the communist chinese party in the biden administration's government board, particularly the central propaganda department, tell me about fat. >> i see the parallel between biden's ministry of truth to china's propaganda department, china's propaganda department had three main functions, to control the information, decides which cannot cannot he reported by chinese media outlets and what information chinese people have access to. the second function is to
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spread government propaganda, the third function of the department is to monitor the internet and work with public security and the police department to punish people who dare to speak up. these are the main functions and based on what we know about biden's ministry of truth it seems very similar. rachel: how troubled are you they decided to create this board and put it in the department of homeland security which used to be the place that you would monitor terrorists and foreign threats? >> i'm very worried because that kind of ministry of truth has no place in our free society like ours. i know i couldn't speak out in china but never imagined in today's america i should be worried about what i say because i may face a chinese
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style punishment from a chinese tile ministry of truth, i'm deeply concerned, i think all americans should reject the ministry of truth, it does not belong to a free society like ours. >> ics looking like china every day. xi xinping labels everybody who disagrees with his ideas about covid, his policies on covid as disinformation. it sounds similar to the last two years. >> we know where xi, from, he's a dictator who has tied his reputation to the superiority of china's authoritarian system to the 0 covid policy we know is untenable but his dictatorship, cannot be questioned or challenged.
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he said 0 covid policy is based on the party's mission and intention, never about public health but political control and we see similar things happening here, the rhetoric and intolerance of free speech are similar to xi's attitude and approach, that is why this administration is so troubling. rachel: you are warning us what is to come if we don't put the brakes on this. still to come, a pro-abortion group telling protesters to demonstrate at church on mother's day. mike huckabee says the left is acting like spoiled brats who didn't get their way. is next. janice dean is live at churchill downs at of the big race. >> reporter: the official -- you don't want to miss a minute
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rachel:'s fallout continues over the supreme court leak to strike down roe v wade, the supreme court is fenced off has on activist group calls for protests at justice's homes and
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churches on mother's day am a mike huckabee saw his own daughter deal with harassment while serving as white house press secretary and he joins me now. i don't know, surprise shouldn't be the word i reach for here but how is it, help me understand the same group that lionized news and screams about democracy is always the one that uses muscling techniques on the street of harassment and threats. >> remember the scene in godfather 2 where there's an attempt on michael corleone's life in nevada. one thing we learned from that is even the mafia with all their murders in the things they did, they did have an off-limits view when it came to people's families, they didn't attack people in their own homes, these are people that are worse than the mafia. even the mafia had ethics about
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murdering people, these folks know no bounds, they will go to someone's home where their children live and play and i think it is beyond the kind of culture we created that people can be so rude, they will put other people at risk. i understand this is a highly charged view but the place to fight it out is in the legislatures of 50 states, that is the whole point of this decision. this is not banning abortion but what these folks are doing a staging what they say they hated, and insurrection, this is an insurrection. >> returning to the concept of democracy. why do you think they so easily turn to this personal threat, imposing a threatening figure on families as you point out, why? >> because it works.
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in some cases it intimidates people. the logic of terrorism. if you scare people into not speaking up and standing up you win not because you had a better argument but because you intimidated the other side into silence and that is why it is so important that people who have conscience and convictions about the intrinsic worth and value of every human life and pro life people hate women, we love all people, women and men both but we believe life is precious and there is no such thing as a life that is disposable or expendable and we think every human being deserves to be treated with dignity and respect and the child with down syndrome is equally as valuable as the captain of the football team and elevate human life rather than delegate. >> they elevated their vote to a place of religiosity and
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anyone who disagrees with you is evil and that gives themselves moral permission to do things that any rational person sees as wrong. the senior advisor, in the past, has praised mao as one of her favorite political philosophers which i can't help comparing this to justin trudeau praising china's ability to accomplish its political goals, what is with the praise of china. >> when you sell out to the chinese for a bucket a lot of multinational corporations and politicians like hunter biden and apparently joe biden have is it is pretty easy, why not bring a needed done in, hero's mousy tongue, the white house is trying to change its communication strategy, the problem with the white house is not ball the supers and but the soup itself. president biden is not changing, put it in a different bowl, the soup still tastes the same.
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>> reporter: tragedy at ohio state university two students are dead, another in the hospital after overdosing on fake adderall laced with fentanyl weeks after five west point cadets overdosed on cocaine also laced with the dangerous drug. here to weigh in doctor marc siegel, thanks for being here. we know the amount of fentanyl being seized at the border is rising dramatically but how does the strike make its way to the hands of west point cadets or student at ohio state? >> let's start with the track this drug is manufactured for the most part in china illegally by criminal networks that then go to mexico and across the border so looks like the only product coming out of china but these lockdowns is illegal fentanyl so how to sit get in the hands of ohio state students?
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pete: to the drug dealers know there's fentanyl in here? what would be the reason they would be adding it to say adderall? >> i don't know. over one hundred thousand drug deaths last year from overdoses and i don't think they care. they take whatever they have and deliberately add it. i don't think they are thinking i will murder this kid in ohio, they don't care, whatever chemical is on hand and you get more of a pop out of it if you have something like fentanyl but that's 50 to one hundred times more powerful than morphine, causes you to stop breathing even in tiny amounts, just a kernel have a conscience? of course not. >> it is all about making more money more cheaply, if you give them a quick hi there's a customer coming back but you also have dead americans in the
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process. >> a huge epidemic now. >> 5 children have died from hepatitis outbreak, the cdc says may be pet dogs are transmitting the disease. >> that came from doctor jay butler, i spoke to cdc about this yesterday and they are not yet saying it is pet dogs but what i like about the way they are approaching this, throughout the pandemic has been so much dogma some of it from cdc, here's the situation where they are actually investigating and trying to figure out what is causing it. there is an adenovirus that appears to be involved, a common virus that spreads among children but doesn't usually cause yellow eyes or fatigue and the need for a liver transplant. how did that happen?
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pete: maybe they will turn on my microphone. welcome to the 7:00 hour of "fox and friends," great to see you guys. rachel: do you not love this song? pete: they do reality shows. rachel: this is a great one with mick jagger. it is crazy. pete: i don't remember the video but i love this debate, beetles or stones? rachel: beetles. blue one stones. pete: i don't have an idea but i know more beetles songs. listen to the stones. there you have it.
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rachel: my dad is an elvis fan. i grew up on a lot of office. all elvis is great. pete: we have a shot of churchill downs where it is raining and the horses will be running. it is good for the horses and good for parents, you are watching the national playoffs. throw your kids outside and lock the door because they should be playing outside. while they are playing outside today is national homebrew day, some beer inside while your kids are outside, national scrapbook day. i've got bunnies that have done it and i tried their beer, not bad. it is terrible. a holding container so you can clean it before you do it.
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there is a lot, so many -- it is national birth mother's day, can't say that. it will be a canceled holiday very very soon. thank you tomatoes birth mothers. that is acknowledging mothers of kids who were adopted. if you were adopting, we are acknowledging the women who gave them life as opposed to fat. last night i joined pete on jesse waters prime time is one of the topics we discussed is a certain show on abc has garnered ashley: me nominations, the view nominated for tween 9 enemies. will: i asked four questions. how did this happen? you said i don't know and i asked you again. and i said is it because of
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their wit? or their insight? will: i don't know. rachel: this may not be popular but i will come in defense of the view. it had many iterations. i found the barbara walters days were interesting to me. i think barbara walters classed up the place a little bit and -- rachel: the current iteration. >> i thought you were saying over the course of decades. it has gone crazy and here. will: may be for moments like this. >> when you look at your network you are standing behind, you look at chris cuomo. >> an oxymoron, a black republican. your friend right here is a
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republican. >> i don't understand latino republicans. >> and answer. that is so interesting because listen, a black or hispanic republican and your friend anna claims to be a republican and i to continue the answer to what she said but that is fascinating. pete: they moved on. will: it is an oxymoron to be a black or latino republican, her argument is i don't understand them. we had this conversation before coming into this segment. i met sonny. i used to work in the same environment as sunny as did rachel from time to time, she's a very nice person which leads to this question, how do you say something so utterly bigoted on television because
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make no mistake that is a bigoted -- >> how infected does your brain have to be with obsession with the color of someone's skin to look at them and say i can't wrap my brain around the fact that you are xyz, nothing to do with what you look like but that is the -- she may have been a nice person, she probably is but there has been a change in commentary among not just liberals and democrats but many republicans, don't know if it is trump derangement syndrome or not but something triggered them and they say things like that. >> broken in a really sad ways it is not isolated to one individual view. >> time in an interracial relationship. when i met sean on a reality television show the fact that he was not hispanic and i was
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hispanic, i don't even think sean and i discussed it. pete: i never thought of us interracial. rachel: we don't think of ourselves as that. even when we were dating, we never talked about it and that way, we talked about our values, sean is catholic, sean came from a family of a lot of siblings, his parents still married, the same music, we talked about all the things we have in common like take aoc, she's a puerto rican american, she's hispanic and i am hispanic, i have more in common with you two. this idea of looking at everything through this racial lens not just distorts everything but separates everybody, ideas are ideas not determined by the color of your skin, there are things that are more important and i wish we
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could get past this and i hope it is just a fever and it wik. jeremy hunt, congressional candidate from georgia, this is what he has to say about this. >> women of the viewer so informatics for the progressive elites are, they have no idea what life is like in georgia where i am running for congress, they think black latinos somehow over from our votes for nothing more than the color of our skin. it is insulting and disrespectful but a lot of black latinos in our district in columbus and albany and thomasville are waking up, why are we voting for liberal elites who mock our values, our principles, religion, born-again believers are so stupid for believing what we believe, it got out of control. pete: they are perfectly emblematic of the elite media, the work of the woke so the
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woke committee gets them. i don't know. they say things we have to talk about. rachel: i wish -- i often wondered if she's a republican. if she is a republican she is a self-loathing republican. pete: rovio wade has made its way back to the spotlight the associated press has been inspired to change its style guidelines, like many media organizations publishes a style guideline how to address issues, word usage, grammar and they are moving to guidance that suggests no longer using the word woman when it comes to -- time to move to pregnant people. this is what the guidance has to say, phrasing pregnant people are people who seek an
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abortion includes people who have those experiences but do not intensifiers women like transgender men and non-binary people. stories that specifically address the experience of people who don't identify as women to see gender, sex and sexual orientation. rachel: they think men can have abortions? rachel: i saw tick-tock posts. pete: it does get confusing. a woman who identifies as a man and calls herself a trans man rachel: she can get pregnant. pete: she can get pregnant and says she is a man and they have to accommodate that. rachel: she can get pregnant and have abortions.
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rachel: your plumbing and dna and sells have nothing to do with your sex. it is all about how you personally identify and as a result who are they to tell thousands of years of women that they are the only ones who gives birth. we did a segment a while back when suddenly some trans men were moved into female prisons there were female prisoners that started getting pregnant. pete: and a lot of prisons they hand out birth control pills because there are trends men, trans women in the prisons and they are really men and they can impregnate the women, all very confusing, this is the world we live in, tucker carlson was talking about this last night on his show. >> that's the status quo and all of a sudden started to hear that actually men can get pregnant. of men can get pregnant to they
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have a voice in abortion? why are they are tampon machines in the boys bathroom? the associated press which sets our language guide and defines the way we think has decided to answer this question in their new guidance and here it is, quote, phrasing like pregnant people should be confined to story specifically addressing the experience of people who do not identify as women so apparently as long as you are talking about abortion you can use the word women again but if not, don't. rachel: they don't get to say you guys are women when we talk about abortion but everybody else are birthing people and here's the point, the abortion movement always tried to say they were a women's movement. always an abortion movement masquerading as a woman's now this last week because of the row versus wade thing they
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basically finished, he they erased women so you class that mantle and the mantle of the women's movement belongs to the pro-lifers who tell the truth to women about the procedure, tell them the truth about what happens after an abortion which singles of giving people a lot of emotional problems, problems don't end after the abortion, they get new problems, those are the people that respect women in the women's movement on the abortion side is over. rachel: we should reject this, you are not crazy, the ap is not right, thousands of years have not changed, men are men and women are women you should call them mothers and happy mother's day, not happy birthing persons day, this is the stuff that makes the ap irrelevant and the rest of us say i am not using your phrase died but there are societal
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implications because that stage is used in universities across the country, students, you can't write mothers in your paper, that is trans phobic, you've got to right person and socializing middle schoolers and ice coolers to only write birthing people and at is how they move their influence, we can reject it by the way we've always spoken which has nothing to do with bigotry or trans phobia but impose it on a generation at a generation from now it will be birthing people if we don't stand up. pete: i would be fascinating uphold of young people, how they feel, what they think about this trans formation of the english language and the understanding of biology. i would like to see polling. this is a radical minority view that is dominating our culture and dominating our national discourse but as far as national acceptance is a radically small minority. rachel: i have children in
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their late teens and 20s and among people they know this seems crazy and outlandish to us but -- jen xtrs. our agent up think this is lunacy but i think 30 and down versus very normalized. pete: i think you are wrong, a decoupling of gender and sex has been so intentionally created as a scientific concept in the minds of young people it is already a foregone conclusion. will: i hear you guys and i hope i am right but i think if you look at polls of the american people regardless of age with a men can get pregnant, the majority are connected to sanity. the vast majority of americans are still connected to sanity and know that men cannot get
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pregnant. pete: we will get that question on the next fox news paul. pete: is optimistic to believe men cannot get pregnant? doesn't feel optimistic to me, it feels sane. rachel: optimistic about america and the future. pete: a few additional headlines starting with this was a missing 9-year-old boy found dead in the backyard of his home, a neighbor finding the boy's body after he didn't show up to his bus stop. authorities are investigating the case of homicide, the boy's father is arrested for punching the sun in the i in november. he's facing child endangerment charges unrelated to the child's death. a former fbi intel chief says the clinton campaign used, quote, contrived disinformation to mislead americans into
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thinking trump was a russian asset leading to the 2,016 election. retired director of intelligence kevin roth telling just the news, quote, this is more than political dirty tricks. political dirty tricks usually have some foundation in truth but they just made stuff up. those are your headlines and that is a major and continues to be a major story. will: they just made it up, there is this relationship tied to the dossier and a few courageous people, devon nunez early on called absolute lunatics for pursuing it and they didn't they were right. rachel: america's trust in institutions. hold your horses, it is derby day in kentucky. pete: all eyes are on the track, who was rocking the best hat? will: janice dean and christine
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more are here with some head turners, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it is hang onto your hat day because we have a breezy -- i want to introduce this woman, christine more, the official featured -- we've got to know each other the last several years. i love her, she is a best buddy. when i get my dress i emailed her the dress, designed the hat for my personality, did this for the kentucky open and this american hat all made in america. tell me what happened, what do you look at for the spectacular piece? >> i look at your personality and do research and i know you but also research and it is
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like forensics, designing forensically and pick out different purses and study them to pick out their differences and get the dress and pulled out the number i went to feature for this outfit and the details of what i wanted, you don't have bird paradise but the lines are sharper so that is -- >> christine decide a hat for one of my best deeds coming up on the show today. that is a tease and you do the same thing. >> he came into the office with her dress and went from there. janice:your hat are fantastic. and coming up in the 9 am hour,
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you want to tune in to the christine more original. over to our weekend crew. do they have their hats on? will: i do. you can't tell me it is wrong, a brave new world, i can wear whatever i want. see you live. i wore my purple -- it matches my personality. thanks. the positioning and everything. pete: rachel squared me away. rachel: i do think this was the perfect end to this segment we just did about gender. pete: you are doing you. he brought his hat.
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will: president biden announcing an additional $150 million in military aid for ukraine as the battle of arial poor rages on with the ukrainian army fighting tooth and nail to defend the city's fuel plants. more civilians have been trapped for months. rachel: matt is live in lviv. >> reporter: just spoke one on one with the mayor of mariupol who tells us russians have begun storming the steel plant by foot after bombing it from above for weeks. estimated 2000 ukrainian marines with innocent civilians including women and children have been suffering, some badly wounded in tunnels beneath the steel plant the mayor says
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ukrainian worker did give the russians information on how to access the tunnel so the mayor could not say if the worker was considered a traitor or forced by the russians, they told fox news 150 people have been rescued from a steel plant. and mariupol's mayor says has 460 people. there are 100,000 people left occupying the city. they bombed our city, killed people, and and we have to unite to stop this enemy. ukraine could not be enough for him. >> he is grateful to the united
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states for support. us weapons were on the way to ukraine, president biden was, and, causing drones, there's a sense of dread for the upcoming monday may 9th. 9. it is victory day in russia. they will have a parade where they showcase weapons and mysterious plan on standby in case of nuclear war to protect vladimir putin. rachel: there's an increasing sense of dread and ukraine, when i see those weapons, more and more weapons and i hear nothing about our government and other governments trying to find a peaceful solution to this as it continues to escalate i am very concerned and the only people, the only person i know of talking about
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peace has been donald trump saying there are ways to bring people to the table. gnome chomsky, actually has given credit to donald trump which is interesting developed in and of itself because he says the same thing. wise they are no talk about peace and ending this? people are dying and i don't know. pete: i saw that video. rachel: there's a need for peace and why is no one talking about that? pete: he comes to everything from the point that america is a horrible place. to be the most troubling aspect is we, some people are talking about the intel leading to the death of russian generals, the intel leading to the sinking of russian ships.
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one thing of the pentagon and intelligence agencies are doing that to assist ukraine, don't yell it to the new york times which shows up on vladimir putin at desk. plenty of people in the defense industrial complex want to keep selling weapons, conflict is a good business model. there's a lot of things that happen in washington for reasons we don't like. i have no problem assisting the ukrainians but do we have to yell about it and give lender pruden propaganda to make it world war iii? the guy who is asking for the weapons is volodymyr zelenskyy. he shed light with griff jenkins, here's a portion of what zelenskyy said on the ground. >> how important is it foot president biden come to kyiv to see what has happened?
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rachel: the us baby formula shortage has a crisis level, major brands selling often both states forcing parents to buy formula off of ebay to the tune of one hundred dollars. our next guest is one of the struggling moms you cannot feed her baby if this crisis isn't solved. nicole, thank you for joining us, tell us what you are going through. >> difficult trying to find formula for my child, checking online constantly going to different stores to see if they have anything. rachel: hard enough being a parent without dealing with
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things you think only happening cuba like shortage of baby formula. at cvs they are allowing moms to buy two items at a time, same with walgreens. this is a massive problem. our transportation secretary is in charge of the supply chain problems in our country, he and his partner i presume are relying on formula as well. what is your message to pete buttigieg, he has said nothing on this crisis. >> no one has said anything. there articles on it, something has got to give. the supply and demand, demand for the supply at this point. rachel: how is your baby doing? what are you trying to do, you had to go to ebay, you diluting milk? that was a suggestion some moms are suggesting to make it
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stretch? >> that is very dangerous. i have started baby food to give him calories in case we switch to something else but other than that, reach out to friends and online. a lot of moms have different formulas they are getting rid of so doing that at this point. rachel: as a fellow mom there's nothing worse than hearing your baby and knowing they want to eat and not being able to find what they need which is milk and formula for those who can't breast-feed. i hope our leaders are listening and that pete buttigieg response to this crisis. the white house is ignoring the supreme court breach but we aren't, we break down possible charges they could face next. plus former real housewife of
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draft. >> don't have a view on that other than to say we note the unprecedented nature of it. our focus is not losing sight from the content of the draft and what is at risk. our focus is on highlighting the content, what it would risk for women across the country. will: the white house is not concerned about the unprecedented leak but we are. who could have leaked it and what potentially could they face in the form of charges? will: not an unknowable number of people. if you've got tween 9 justices, not great at math but i can do this math. they have for clerks. we know the names of the clerks clerking for these justices. they have access to this draft.
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four clerk seats, 36 options. what is interesting is it is not just those 36. you have secretaries, folks doing admin, other clerks that presumably have access to this. pete: 36 is the minimum number. there's permanent support staff and most of the focus is on these clerks which adds to 36 but i don't think we should look over the fact that everyone should be considered a suspect and almost 0 chance that if justice would leak something like this i don't think anybody in the building is taken off the table. pete: i am sure the clerks, sotomayor and alanna kagan have more scrutiny, it is digitally on a closed-circuit computer
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system that is not supposed to have access to the internet and physical print copies given to every draft. will: if you are trying to secure things you know what copies are out there and what are not. did one not get shredded or put in a suitcase or a paper copy or digital copy. as you know, work environment sometimes ip protocols not followed and that could make it difficult. pete: it is not if but when the leaker is identified what charges could they face? let's walk through three potential charges, obstruction of justice, the most minimal charge someone could be met with for having leaked these documents, willfully interfering with the process of justice. pete: will: of structure of justice? pete: always the question for a judge or jury but this draft opinion leaked, certainly to influence or interfere with the
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process of justice. will: pete: when i think of embezzlement i think of money. the idea that something you are taking out of your workplace benefits you personally or a because you're trying to advance. will: we had to take hr courses, perhaps you did as well. they talk about taking intellectual property. you could embezzle anything, doesn't just mean cash. this potential leaker could face charges for taking, stealing, embezzling a document that did not belong to them. all these charges are not the easiest conviction but that is where you start with an investigation and that leads to this, the most public a charge. pete: these are all clerks at the supreme court who understand the implications of a leak of a document like this. they know they are legal parameters what they can or
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cannot do. will: conspiracy to defraud the government, two or more persons conspire to commit an offense against the united states, to interfere with the government's proper order of business. it seems obvious that was done in this case. you start with this as your investigation and almost always leads to lying to the fbi or whoever is investigating. they tried to disavow themselves and lied to the fbi creating 1/4 charge. pete: justice roberts is leading the investigation and the marshall's office at the supreme court. with this get referred to the department of justice? they have their hands on this. will: it does end up with the department of justice. beyond criminal charges, they will never practice law again,
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they will be disbarred, never practice law, but don't dismiss anyone. one of the most fascinating scenarios is what if it is one of the supreme court justices? what repercussions are we talking about? than a conversation about impeachment. pete: it would have to be impeachment unless it is briar. if you like more of this, you focus more on your podcast. will: who the leaker could be with shannon bream, olive it plays out in the coming months. pete: let's see how interested the justice department is in pursuing this. will: hunter biden was the supreme court leaker, there must be someone looking for accountability. pete: we want to find rachel who has a few headlines. rachel: you did find me and i will do those headlines.
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the moments a culinary student is robbed at gunpoint and shot three times, the incident happening at chicago's lincoln parkway, sneaking up, fighting him to the ground before a second suspect approaches and opens fire, the victim was shot in the back and the head, he is in critical condition in the hospital. the suspect still on the loose. elon musk reportedly planning on firing 1000 twitter staff members and increasing twitter's revenue to $26 million by 2028. the new york times reported he gave a presentation breaking down his planet hopes to have a million users playing $3 a month for the twitter blue prescription service by 2025 and plans on making twitter less dependent on advertising which makes up 90% of twitter's revenue in 2020. those are your headlines.
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rachel: it is the one hundred 28 kentucky derby but you don't have to be at churchill downs to enjoy the party. pete: medley is here. >> we will bring the kentucky derby here. rachel: you set i hate party for the food is too precious. >> i was take one that is too precious. it is just amazing. i have never been, i have to go. >> the biscuits, the pickle and our beautiful drink. what is the kentucky topic -- kentucky derby drinking you i want to credit my mom and dad who are watching.
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we have some great drinks. when we think of the kentucky derby what we think of? mint juleps. which i'm going to a kentucky derby party tonight. and then we have one of the classics, one for the roses. it is ice tea, bourbon, syrup, lemon. that is the serving glass we went. this is the one we use. we have to end -- triple chocolate cake. the derby is about color, fun, the wonderful hats, i have my girl had on. it is beautiful. it is great.
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i love it. that is traditional fun. she is starting. it is about dressing up and celebrating. we've got to come out to the derby. will: it is a little large. >> morning is night and tonight's morning. will: glad you brought fried chicken sandwiches and chocolate cake. >> a glass of bourbon. rachel: i want to say one thing, coming down the stairs she went up and fixed it. you are exactly the way i imagine. what is the name of the alcohol? >> blue bourbon. everybody, happy.
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♪♪ ain't nothing but a hound dog ♪♪ ain't nothing but a hound dog ♪♪ ♪♪ pete: welcome to "fox and friends," the 8:00 hour, the
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third hour of "fox and friends," the music requested by rachel campos duffy. rachel: it is awesome. pete: the beach we bumped in on, there's a town in north carolina called kill devil hill. that is the coolest town name i have ever heard of and i have never heard of it. kill devil hill, north carolina. look at those tiki huts. i bet elvis would have bought an island. rachel: are you enjoying your mint julep? pete: i am. our last segment was about a derby party. i don't know if this is mine now but i think so. i will take it and not consume any of it. i will look at it. rachel: might be a little
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melted. rachel: how do we know it is strong? i don't know. we've got to move on. will: as you heard, in the wake of the supreme court draft opinion leaked this past week overturning, potentially overturning roe v wade, outrage has taken center stage. there's a call by progressive groups to protest inside catholic churches this mother's day weekend. in addition, visit the homes of supreme court justices whose addresses were published. here's a statement by brian birch who calls out the plan to protest, the plans of anti-catholic zealots to disrupt half of masses is a
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file attempt to harass and intimidate, religious bigotry of the worst kind. the attorney general has an obligation to alert every us attorney to remind them of the law, no religious believer should fear for their safety while attending church this sunday or any day. rachel: a little background for people, six of the tween 9 supreme court justices are catholic or were raised catholic so this is where this bigotry is coming at. one of the churches that never budget and moved with the culture in terms of abortion. they've always been the culture of life, we see this footage, they are dressing people up in handmade tale outfit, it is anti-woman to be pro-life, they are targeting catholics and that is troubling and we will see tomorrow.
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on mother's day i told you i wanted to go to st. patrick's with my family for mother's day to go to mass and i may still go but it has given me pause. what could happen? pete: it looks like a religiously motivated hate crime targeting people for their sincerely held religious beliefs. i wonder if they will enforce that hate crime. may have been a slip of the tongue but you said the rage, that is what this is, from the left. they are pro-abortion, not about choice, if it was about choice they would be okay with sending it to the states. a group protesting outside the justices house and the churches, ruth centers, ruth bader ginsburg who did not send them and she said it was wrongly decided based on the
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constitutionality of it. they said they are against a corrupt and diligent but supreme court, they believe the supreme court is a legitimate and call on their powers to stand at or in a local catholic church. rachel: why are they so upset about this going to the states, a lot of passage in the 50 years since roe versus wade was decided, taking it to the states means pro-lifers have to make the moral case but also so much has been done on the scientific part of this equation. since then back in the 70s, they were very grainy, ultrasound, could barely make out what that was and now we have for the ultrasound, you don't have to be a doctor or scientist to see real life feel development, these images are astounding. to my last ultrasound it is like night and day.
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on top of that, viability tests have come into play, they are able to survive outside the womb. on the basis of science and human rights. will: vandalism, targeting, ruth bader ginsburg thought roe versus wade was a weekly decided constitutional case and while holding progressive views on the constitution believed in collegiality, she was good friends with justice scalia. i don't think anybody much less ruth bader ginsburg would form this type of protest. to respond to what is anticipated to take place let's bring in franklin graham, the billy graham evangelistic association. glad to have you want the program. glad to hear your reaction to these protests.
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>> i think it is great. come protesting. i encourage catholics and people of faith across the country to go to church tomorrow and see the largest mother's day turnout at church in the history of the united states. these protesters will be greeted by thousands of worshipers there to celebrate life, celebrating their mothers and thanking god for their mothers, protesters want to celebrate death, they want to abort children and that is what the president called it, called them children, terminate the lives of children, let them protest. let's have the churches full of parishioners celebrating life tomorrow and that is great and it will be a great demonstration to show a handful of people trying to disrupt a service with thousands of people in their seats praising
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god and thanking god for their mothers so bring it on. rachel: such a great point even the protesters thank their mothers for choosing life, it is an excellent point. talk about how much the feminist movement can't even say woman, they say birthing person, is the woman, the pro-life movement to doesn't just care about the baby but cares about the physical and emotional health who choose abortion. >> the world has changed in the last few years, the left is wanting to use this as a distraction because we have midterm elections coming up and has nothing to do with a woman's choice, they want to stay in power and they want to get the focus off the economy, the highest gas prices in
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american history, inflation the highest in 40 or 50 years, they don't want you to think about that, they want you to think about something else so they are making abortion the big topic. i think the supreme court, it is good for america, 63 million children have been aborted since roe versus wade, this is a crime against god and i would hope and pray this stays in the go back to the states, not every state will abandon abortion but half will and that is great, send it to the states and but the make these decisions where it ought to be. rachel: sometimes we come into it, the church stands strong, be bold, stand for what we believe in on mother's day. rachel: i am praying your strategy comes to fruition.
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>> it can happen. let's pray they show up and celebrate life tomorrow. pete: before we move on, what changed in the last 50 years and why the left might be afraid to put this in the democratic process it is true, the science is changed and made everyone confront the reality of life but the public has changed and we have a conversation about where the public is but i don't think the left wants to see the outcome of a true vote on abortion, they don't want to see reality and chuck schumer, to codify in federal law a federal abortion bill in congress and he knows it will not pass. can't get 60 votes and the question, he wants to put republicans on record.
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it is more radical than what roe versus wade stood for. when you force the pro-abortion movement to define what they stand for, it is something compatible with the pro-life movement, don't want to abort a baby, or they adopt a very radical position all the way up essentially to birth, none of america, very little of america is willing to vote thumbs up on that. rachel: they have a political advantage, every republican should ask their opponent at what point terminate? tim ryan running for the senate couldn't answer the question, couldn't say we 9-month, that is not okay. will: you would think tim ryan going on record essentially endorsed abortion up to birth.
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that are to the and election killer for him. rachel: they call the pro-lifers radical, that is the reality of it all. will: dave chapelle is demanding accountability. rachel: speaking out after the man -- attached to a fake handgun, was only charged with a misdemeanor. will: alexandria half his life in washington. >> reporter: police arrested him forth assault with a deadly weapon. the los angeles da reduced charges to a misdemeanor. 's office saying the crime did not rise to the level of a felony but that is wrong according to chapelle, it doesn't just impact him but performers at large, his lawyer writing we request da gascon correct his mistake and charge this as a felony. we need to know the justice system will protect them on stage.
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police say isaiah lee rushed the stage and attacked chapelle who was performing, the was found to be in possession of a strange replica gun that had a switchblade teacher. da gascon's office believes the weapon was not going to be initially displayed so felony charges are not warranted. lee who appeared with injuries of his own following the attack pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanors. he is currently held on $30,000 bail but if he's able to come up, he will be eligible for release prior to the next court date, to stay one hundred feet from chapelle. his brother told rolling stone lee has mental health issues but did not have a problem with dave chapelle specifically. he tried his hand at rapping and into thousand 20 released a song on spotify called dave chapelle. will: a unique platform for
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someone who is personally attacked will let's everybody go and downplays all of it. pete: maybe this helps choose signatures for recall which are at 400,000. need to get 5000 by july. will: red pills are making their way around. if you listen to bill maher's comments on abortion. rachel: they were very interesting. pete: we turn to your headlines, a criminal complaint describes the death of 10-year-old wisconsin native lindsey peters. her cousin, 14-year-old carson peters told police he lured lily off of a nearby trail to explore the woods with the intention of sexually assaulting, strangling and killing her, returned to the scene to cover her body with leaves, to hide her body better. peters will be charged as an adult and remains in custody on $1 million bond.
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three parents suing an arizona school board claiming teachers build a dossier about them after complaining about critical race theory taught in the classroom. the complaint says scottsdale unified school district's former president included social security numbers, addresses, medical records and facebook posts of 47 parents on the dossier. they are seeking unspecified damage but it is the parents. the sweet bubbly drinks during up on social media, dirty sodas part of a utah-based trend where they are mixed with cream syrups and fruits, originally to cater to alcohol and cocktails, the drinks are popular in utah but are spicing up the tables for many fans across the nation and bubbling up on the couch.
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pete: a lot of skepticism going into this, dirty sodas. there are variations of this. hours is coke, coffee, french vanilla and coconut and almond cream. i tried them a minute ago and said what? phenomenal. phenomenal. a coke float. rachel: it tastes like a root beer float. will: coke and pepsi are what laverne drinks. rachel: doesn't even know what that is. pete: it is really good. rachel: i think it is okay. will: you like coke floats? rachel: i love root beer floats. i actually like the ice cream. pete: this is one of those moments you love something and -- rachel: i don't -- i don't hate it. i don't love it as much as you.
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will: us marshals tracked on a getaway car searching for escaped prisoner casey white and his corrections officer but no sign of the romantically involved fugitives. it could be disguised as a woman in a wheelchair. nancy grace is on the case and
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joins us now. good morning. quite a case. >> before we get carried away with a discussion of what he may or may not be wearing, he shot his girlfriend, held her at gunpoint, shot her dog dead, his other girlfriend died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound with a sawed-off shotgun which is difficult, he was in the home at the time and that is now reviewing the death of another woman, connie jane ridgeway that he admitted he murdered. it is laughable to think of this guy is big as he is in a wheelchair dressed as a little old lady being pushed around by
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his lover wearing a gray wig, he is a killer. when he gets tired of dragging her around he will kill her too. a very eerie premonition he told his girlfriend he wanted to kill her and be killed by the cops himself. is a lot of preplanning, i spoke to the elected sheriff and this was a 4-time employee of the year and she was very trusted but the degree of preplanning that went into this was overwhelming, she used an alias to buy a car the we've seen with cash, preparing for the next day the she would release the defendant, she
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submitted it the day before and there she goes with $90,000 she took, she withdrew out of multiple banks. she was ready for this and had been planning. all of this about did they have a relationship let me remind everybody we believe they were spotted not only in a department store but at an adult store. if they didn't have sex before they are having it now. >> we are entranced by the romantic relationship but he is a dangerous man and this story is headed toward a dangerous ending of this is not resolved quickly. >> if they release the renderings of what they look like and the size difference between them, us marshals, that will be helpful.
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will: you can check that out as well. thank you so much for joining us this morning. >> happy mother's day, everybody. >> a true fairytale ending, crowned prom king and queen in virginia join us live next. ♪♪
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anderson with her mom, rené and prom king zane wales with his mom, lorraine. this is an amazing story. i will start with you. you said you are not just the queen of the prom you feel like a movie star. telus about that. how special was it for your school to make you the prom queen? >> she is asking how special did you feel, sweetheart? you feel special? >> happy. rachel: we are so happy too. tell us what it meant to you and the community? >> i am extremely proud and happy and proud of the school
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and all the students and how they supported both of them. i'm very happy. rachel: lorraine, your zane's mom. i have a child with down's and i wonder what her high school years will look like, this gives me hope there's compassion and love for children who come in so many ways, what does it mean to you? >> it has been an amazing ride for all of us. the kids, if you look at the video, they are jumping up and down and screaming. love these guys and so special.
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i can tell you - what's the question? rachel: how does zane feel becoming prom king? teacher? on the way to get here. were you happy to become prom king? >> di. she is coming. rachel: we can feel the love in the room and the prom video and we are happy to see there are so many compassionate people who thought it was a good idea to make zane and anna prom queen and king. we are happy for you and for
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pete: brian was talking about his new television technique and wouldn't stop. he now walks forward and backward and has perfected and i have never done it and i him and efficient. rachel: stand right here. pete: i walk straight and went back on an angle, pointed, walked straight again. that is what pete hegseth has got to learn. the shot of the morning. brian kilmeade's walk. will: it is time. before we've been practicing through the commercial break. pete: we should bring in brian,
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welcome to the show. in honor of your birthday which is today we want to attempt in a humble way to try your pizza walk which you have made famous. the pizza -- that you got to go back to the camera. rachel: i love the pizza music. >> what is with of the hands? pete: i'm trying to add a little more to your walk. brian: italian's are known to be that way. this is it. it is from the ford package and
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i wanted to raise the bar for you three. i want to tell you, remember everyone thought it was impossible and once you broke the barrier everyone else broke it, feel free to launch towards the camera and come back at an angle and point to something and this allows everybody else to follow, that i broke barriers. pete: it something we use in the field. brian: some people work on this right now. rachel: the new alarm strong of walking. brian: i have been compared. it's not a comparison that is new to me. walked back at an angle and do
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we have the original? the original package that i did this -- pete: they've not shown the original tape of your package. we compare that. is important to go to the source. rachel: what is the point of having brian here? we have a competition. brian: you came in third. this is something that should be done with sneakers or white sold shoes which pete made famous. i thought pete was better than will this morning. pete: i'm an innovator and you' are my mentor. we have the tape. here is. there is.
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pete: my favorite thing -- rachel: it is -- not so much neil armstrong but more elon musk, improving the world with innovations. it is natural to. you do that in real life. rachel: you made morning tv great again. brian: is this the whole segment? will: we've been told to move on at least three times and we thank the tv transition. rachel: they tell you to do something and we just don't listen. will: we want to talk about hunter biden as well.
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the laptop repair shop owner who found hunter biden's laptop, i struggle not to roll my eyes, alcohol fumes preceded him. he slid the three laptops to the bar counter and fumbled for his seat, just came from a cigar bar and i had to hurry because you close at 7 and then i asked for his first name. hunter, he said. then i asked for his last name. he paused and looked at me like i were from another country, how dare i not know who he was, biden, he responded with a sarcastic edge. brian: this is so underreported and hunter biden stumbling in, trying to close up. had he been 10 minutes later, we would have known nothing
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about this but this guy has been tortured and brought out of business as a use margin for profits and computer repair. this negativity and protests, he's one of the casualties of this situation, do you believe hunter biden doesn't remember any of this, one of the laptops is destroyed. the other two were repairable. how do i take your money? take the external keyboard with you, work on it on your own. he started seeing the pornography on their, said my business is to see a lot of this, i don't want to see it but it is one of those things but got to the tax portions when hunter leaves with one laptop busted and two to be recovered and it got bigger than life because on some level some psychologists like doctor
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drew might went to analyze it, he wants to get caught. i can't believe the idiocy of putting this on a computer taping everything he did and go to an independent repair shop and drop this off, he wants to blow up his family. rachel: you know who else is very smart like he was victor davis hanson, these actions, the photos, all of this, all of this is very passive-aggressive. i agree there is a whole other psychological side. this is -- the big guy is his dad and our president. brian: the little guy is not getting screwed here, his acclaim is delayed. i don't want to see him a casualty on the side of the
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road. he's bold enough, this is what happens, here's an excerpt i want you to read. i have my side of the story. i'm glad all he wants to do is repair computers for living and he is a casualty and out of business. rachel: i think he is a patriot. brian: pete: you have kevin roberts, a big lineup. >> out of all the extreme organizations in this country, the kkk, skinheads, westborough baptist church, the most extreme group in history of the nation are our amaga supporters, the president insulted 70 million people who decided they didn't want to vote for him. i want to bring that forward
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and also have a chance to look inside what is going on, we talked to john taffer and rachel, which you have done before. to have an opportunity to delve into the stories we have and steve forbes, he says the opposite of what president biden is doing. will be responsible for the fact that there is no corporate outrage about roe v wade because he brought does need to its knees and exposed that story and is coming out and talking about what is going on from here. pete: you've been at the forefront of our lives and we left you for entities your
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birthday today, brian kilmeade. i don't know if you've got one. brian: you are celebrating without me. you don't have a cupcake. what are you going to do today? brian: ainslie gave me my best gift ever, she signed my picture, with her name and no one has ever given me anything like that. we can get one from will too. rachel: more pictures of yourself. >> thank you very much, enjoyed spending quality time with you. rachel: happy birthday. brian: the run breaks?
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what goes on with your show? you just sit there? will: they are yelling at us twice in a row. we've got to go. you know how that is. rachel: troublemaker. will: janice bream joins us with the latest on the supreme court breach, the court can't be bullied and it is derby day, janice seen his life are the preview of the fastest 2 minutes in sports. ♪♪ i ignored them. but when the twitching and jerking in my face and hands affected my day to day... i finally had to say, 'it's not ok.' it was time to talk to my doctor about austedo. she said that austedo helps reduce td movements in adults... while i continue with most of my mental health medications. (vo) austedo can cause depression, suicidal thoughts, or actions in patients with huntington's disease. pay close attention to and call your doctor if you become
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will: it is the one hundred 48 running of the kentucky derby. rachel: our star-studded brown party. pete: janice dean joins us from churchill downs. steve: 148th kentucky derby, you know how i love covering this event. i will tell you it is cold and windy and i am seeing winter coats on the track, this is one of the coldest derbies coming up on 6:57, no real winners
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this year, no real favorite to win. that will be interesting but i am rooting for a horse called messier named after a hockey star. that's one of the things to win in my book. i covered a lot of events at the kentucky derby. one of my favorite is the gala that hasn't happened for two years because of the pandemic. everyone is excited to celebrate and this is for a great cause, raising money for diabetes, happening fo might know. >> hopefully i will be okay. i will qualify better. >> janice: you got a horse you are betting on? >> i don't know. you know what i am saying?
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>> janice: tell you what you will be doing tonight. >> i will be drinking. >> janice: me too, that will be happening. speaking of drinking we have famous mint julep coming up, we will show you how to have a kentucky derby style party. you talk about shannon bream, might be sporting a fancy had coming up at the 9 am hour. i hope you will join us. pete: we will be there. of the one we had a hat emergency. literally seconds before you talked. >> janice: you should try this one on. pete: in my manliness because it is brave. >> janice: very nice. you look spectacular.
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rachel: he looks great. very nice. very nice. inspiring all of us, it has been awesome seeing you the last couple days. i have a feeling you're as famous as many of the famous people you have been interviewing. you have been there for years, a well-known commodity in kentucky derby world. >> janice: i love it. i had people come up and say they came to the kentucky derby because they saw how much fun i was having on "fox and friends". that is the best complement. pete: thank you so much. take your hat off. clearly not secure enough. >> janice: back to you, this is a masculinity contest. rachel: a view cohost says she doesn't understand how some minorities can be republican. >> when you look at the network you are standing behind, you look at first cuomo, an oxymoron, a black republican.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ rachel: 9 a.m., and we're back to your favorite music, pete. pete: i requested it because i was inundated with comments -- will: i got some as well. as we open the segment, views --
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pete: i know what it is. will: i'd never heard of kill devil hills -- pete: now we know all about it. it's the outer banks of north carolina. it's also the place where the wright brothers had their first powered flight. kill devil hills, north carolina. am i right on that? will: that's right. and kitty hawk is what is in your mind and why you don't, perhaps, have kill devil hills at top of your mind, but it's definitely connected -- pete: right door to it. will: a wright brothers story. rachel: and it's a beautiful place. that's where i would like to be right now. in one of those tiki huts. pete: yes. i'm looking for a vacation place. kill devil hills, you're not going to find me -- rachel: i lo it. pete: amazing. phenomenal state. shout out to everybody that educated us. rachel: yes, hay did.
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they -- they did. they get on that twitter right away. listen, we want to talk to you about what's going on in our country today because one of the things that's happening at a result of that that leaked opinion by supreme court justice alito is that there are a lot of liberal groups, progressive groups funded by all the usual suspects that are now organizing. and hay aren't just protesting -- they aren't just protesting at the homes of supreme court justices, which is sad enough, now they are targeting christians, catholics in particular, and going and saying that they're going to go to churches this weekend, mother's day, tomorrow, to protest. let their voices be heard about how they really, really want abortions. will: this is following days of demonstrations many in front of the supreme court building over their leaked draft opinion indicating the high court may overturn roe v. wade. pete: alexandria hoff live from washington with an update. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, this contention stems from 5 of the 9 justices being
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catholic. one more was raised in the faith. we've seen these protests outside the supreme court and similar demonstrations all across the country. but several pro-abortion groups are now encouraging protesters to target catholic churches tomorrow on mother's day. on the rise up web site it says participants may wear handmaid tale style outfits and perhaps do a die-in where protesters would play dead. a national advocacy group with calling on president biden, who is catholic, along with the attorney general to enforce the law and protect churches and parishioners from faith-based intimidation and harassment. here's washington times reporter alex sawyer. >> the problem comes when they're talking about going inside catholic churches and targeting churches. we've already seen vandalism. churches, of course, religious groups, they're a protected class. so that could be a hate crime and, of course, that's looking at jail time and fines.
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>> reporter: google has since attempted to remove the maps created to expose z the homes of conservative supreme court justices, but the president has yet to condemn the doxxing. yesterday jen psaki expressed sympathy for protesters. she says she doesn't have an official opinion about where they demonstrate, but it should be noted that many states and municipalities have laws prohibiting residential picketing. will, rachel, pete? rachel: thank you, alexandria. as a catholic myself, you know, joe biden has been a real disappointment as a catholic. he can't even come out as a catholic to say it's wrong, to protest inside the sacred space of a catholic church on a sunday. this guy has been just an absolute disappointment. and i'll just say this, you know, this i abortion rights, i think it's right that it's going back to the states. ultimately, what this is all about a is who gets to
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who is human enough to enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. this country has had this discussion before at another era, and this is what this ultimately is about. it'll go back to the states and, hopefully, i think, the culture of life will take hold, and those states that are pro-life will vote to abolish it. pete: on display is the power of the pro-abortion lobby on the left. and they're willing to explain away, dismiss away targeting of justices at their homes. and we've shown some of these images of churches and catholic churches of vandalism, of desecration, potentially threats tomorrow. we'll see what happens. they say it's going to be mostly peaceful. we've seen their mostly peaceful protests before. this is, these are hate crimes. if you're targeting people because of their religious beliefs, those are hate crimes. and i don't have any faith that this white house or justice department will treat them as such. but in this country, you're free to -- that's inside a catholic
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churching -- church, inside a catholic mass. supreme court illegitimate is organizing in catholic churches. will: the big takeaway, listen, when somebody claims the mantel of virtue and yells at you some -- you're almost always guilty of that sip. those that drape themselves in the defenders of democracy care nothing about the process of democracy. they don't want this to be put to a vote, they don't want it to go to the states, they simply want an outcome in the same way that those who yell racist most often harbor racist sentiments. in the same way that claim the mantel of science disregard science the minute it means we can impose a lockdown on you. whatever it is, it's about the outcome, and the outcome in this instance is abortion must be free, easy and legal. rachel: and for some of these
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protesters, this is their religion. and you talk about tolerance. of course, on the left they talk a lot about tolerance. to go into a church, as i said, if you understand catholicism, when we have our holy communion, we actually believe that the bread becomes jesus christ himself. this is a very sacred space, and to come in here dressed as handing maid's and disrupt such a sacred ceremony, it's unbelievable. we'll see tomorrow. i told you i'm going to st. pete peter's tomorrow. i'm hoping -- i want to go, we'll see how bad these protests are and if i'm willing to subject my children to it. but, frankly, everyone should actually go -- pete: we had him on earlier in the program, and he had a bold, optimistic tone. here's what he said. >> i would encourage catholics and people of this country to go to church, and let's see the largest turnout in the history of the united states.
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when these protesters come in, they're going to be greeted by thousands and thousands of worshipers who are there to celebrate life, celebrating their mothers and thanking god for their mothers. the protesters want to celebrate death. they want to abort children. will: he's joining us on the couch, lawrence jones, host of "lawrence jones cross country." >> morning, family. will: good to see you. >> good to be back in studio. want to get you in directly on this topic. a pretty astounding piece of sound. i saw you yesterday on "the five," we heard you talking about your 246 pairs of shoes. >> oh, here we go. pete has me beat with these. that's what i'm talking about. finish. pete: page out of your book, man. will: we wanted to get you in on "the view"'s sonny hosten, had some astounding views. >> i have many conservative values that i will talk to you
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about -- >> [inaudible] >> yes. and when you look at your network that you're standing behind, you're saying that you look at -- that's an oxymoron, a black republican. >> why? your friend right here is a republican. [inaudible conversations] >> i mean, i don't understand -- >> i don't understand latino republicans. will: lawrence? >> i just got a that tell you, as i was watching this, i could not help but looked at anna-and-a-half row and how weak she was. ana navarro. i just wanted to unleash rachel and let her torpedo it -- [laughter] because she's a real latino conservative that would have been, obviously, more vocal on the set there. right, exactly. a couple hinges here, because they say talk about this ox city more on-- oxymoron. i've never seen a group of people talk about a systemically racist government and sayst going to solve all our problems. they talk about how they care about life, yet they allowed planned parenthood -- whose
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stated goal is to kill black and brown babies. i'm not even going to get into the blood in the streets for two years after their liberal experiment. they care about the kids, yet they continue to back the teachers' unions when we need teachers most in the classrooms, when we mow that it is the teachers' unions that are blocking school choice and charter schools. they say they care about black businesses, yet the regulation comes from the democrats that has crushed a loft the black and brown businesses these past couple years. so, you know, i try to be friendly with the democrats and have a debate of substance, but what sunny is making clear, they don't want substance. they don't want a real debate because they realize this next election a lot of black and brown voters are just not going to to the democratic party. they have tried the experiment, and it's just not working for them. rachel: well, essentially, what she's saying is what joe biden said, if you don't vote for me, you must not be black. that's kind of what she was
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saying. it's not just that she said it's an oxymoron, she's saying you're not latina, you're not black if you don't agree with me, and it is, it's very insulting and intolerant and, again, there's hypocrisy. >> i'm going to do a monologue on this tonight on my show. i don't have to prove my show to sunny hosten. this is not true black america, right? her kids don't go to school where the majority of our kids -- they don't have to deal with the suffering. her kids go to charter schools -- i'm sorry, private schools where they can get a quality education. her husband's a doctor, she's a wealthy person. the idea that the black elites get to lecture the folks that are still going through pain right now on what life should be, that's what's insulting. and i think, you know, when i go back home or i travel the country and i'm talking to average people, people often ask me, lauren -- lawrence, how are
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you able to go to the south side of chicago and then go to alabama to a diner? because the people are experiencing the exact same thing. i think there are politicians as well as pundits that want to drive the division, but i've seen a connecting thread that are the people in washington don't care about those people. and if the republicans can frame that message in the next election, it'll be a blowout. i mean, i will help them with some consulting. [laughter] pete: you've always said go there, listen. they want to be heard. and when you hear them, you're saying they're the same problems you're hearing elsewhere. and you speak to those needs of blue collar workers and hard working folks, they'll respond. >> you know, will is rocking the texas socks today. do you know black folks were founded the texas republican party? it's not a fact that a lot of -- pete: i did not. >> it is in our blood. i think the party has gone away from the values system that originally got us that vote. if we could just channel that energy, i think we can make some
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changes. will: good stuff, lawrence. i can't wait to hear that monologue. i can't think of anything more bigoted and insulting than you are not capable or should not be allowed to have independent thoughts deeper than the color of your skin. and that's exactly what's being said, you're not black if you don't agree with me. how does that exist on national television, and is it called what it is, open bigotry? >> and the oxymoron of all of it was to sit and look at your cohost and say i'm still your friend. to insult you -- she said your friend. and she said, well, you know? i still think that you can't be both, and she sat there and took it. republicans continue to take this nonsense. rachel: i don't know if ana navarro qualifies as a republican, but still she should have come to the defense that we are entitled, as will said, to our own free thoughts. will: we mentioned "lawrence
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jones cross country," that's on tonight, 10 p.m. eastern time. lawrence is going to stick around on "fox & friends" this morning, he's going to judge our own kentucky derby horse race -- pete: lawrence is the judge? or a participant? >> do not tell janine this, she will not be happy. she's going to be on the show tonight as well as sean hannity. rachel: you have a great show tonight. pete: hannity's on tonight? >> yep. hannity and the judge. pete: when i sit next to lawrence, look at that that shot, i look like a tiny -- will: i do this. pete: he sits up straight and i slink down. will: i'm going to be honest, i notice how much lower you are -- [laughter] all right. rachel: i'll take it, i'll take it. will: headline, a little lower -- will: watch this transition. we start with sad news, two
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students are dead, another in the hospital after overdosing on fake at roll race -- add roll laced with fentanyl. dr. marc siegel joined us earlier. >> the criminals make it look like regular pills, pete. it looks like it's adder awl, the only product coming out of china right now with these lockdowns is illegal fentanyl. will: 5,000 pounds of fentanyl have been seized as the u.s. southern border already this fiscal year. democrat strategist james carville is not holding back against his party's response to the roe v. wade draft can opinion leak. listen. >> democrats, you've got to understand just what a huge event this is in american politics. and all the democrats are going to do is sit around and talk about veganism and pronouns. will: saying democrats have, quote, no fear, adding, quote, to some extent, that is a justified opinion.
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and usfl, the philadelphia stars defeating the michigan panthers in a nail-biter, 26-25. the panthers falling short despite an 88-yard run, the longest run in usfl history. and today the new jersey generals and pittsburgh maulers are squaring off in an early game before the undefeated birmingham stallions host the tampa bay bandits tonight on fox. and those are your headlines. all right. still to come, dave chapelle's lawyer says the comic wants his accused attacker charged with a felony. the los angeles county deputy k.a. agrees -- d.a. agrees and joins us coming up. that's the deputy d.a. because, of course, you know the outlook of the district attorney. rachel: yeah. very unusual to have the deputy d.a. go against the d.a.. janice dean and shannon bream are live at churchill downs ahead of the derby. >> okay, we're coming up and so
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♪ pete: joe biden taking a victory lap after the april jobs report
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slightly beats expectations do despite soaring inflation. he celebrated what he called the, quote, strongest job creation economy in modern times. let's bring in republican senate candidate for pennsylvania david mccormack. david, thanks for being here. we're going to get to your race in just a moment, but respond to what the president's saying. he's trying to make the case from the bully pulpit that this is a strong economy. what are you seeing and hearing from voters? >> hey, good morning, pete. how are you? good to be with you. pete: good morning. >> listen, it's indisputable that joe biden's created a terrible economy. it's a 40-year high in inflation that's killing working families, killing elders on fixed incomes, it's killing small businesses. the employment report was a good step forward, but we've got huge supply chain issues and a real risk of stagflation because our economy's slowing at the same time our inflation's rising. and it's all due to the policies of joe biden. the spending, the energy policy
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which made us a net energy importer, the border which is putting added burden on our economy. and so these are facts, and joe biden's rying to spin it into something positive. the polls show the reality. americans across the entire country but certainly in pennsylvania are feeling the terrible effects of joe biden's policies, and that's why he's so unpopular, and that's why we need to win the senate and the house back in 2022, and the presidency in 2024 and get the economy back in a good direction. president nobody's buying the hashtag putin price hike. >> they know where it's coming from. pete: indeed. you're in a heated republican primary, recent polling shows you and mehmet oz basically tied in first place with a big undecided number, 39%, almost 40% of pennsylvania republicans undecided. as you know, president trump was in pennsylvania, has endorsed mehmet oz in this race what's
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your case to republican voters that you should be the senate candidate from there? >> well, listen, president trump's very popular in pennsylvania and with good reason, because his america first policies absolutely were great for pennsylvanians and for americans. the problem is mehmet oz isn't is popular in pennsylvania, and the reason he's not popular is because he's got a whole set of positions from 20 years in the media on his show where he is anti-gun, he's pro-abortion, he's pro-transgender transitions for kids, he's pro-obama, and he's anti-fracking. and so this election is about a choice, a choice between a true conservative, a kid who grew up in pennsylvania, battle tested, served in combat like you did, pete. thank you for your service. someone who created jobs in pennsylvania and someone who's been a hollywood liberal his entire life and has flip-floppedded on every single major position since he came into this race. so that's what this race a is about, and president trump's enforcement certainly important,
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he's very popular in pennsylvania, but pennsylvanians have to choose whether they're going to pick someone who can help the senate come back under the leadership of conservatives. and that's why i have the momentum in my campaign, and that's why as we go down the final stretch here i'm going to continue to make my case and also make that contrast. and, by the way, this contrast is just mehmet oz and his own words. i'm not saying anything other than this is what he said, and i think pennsylvanians are starting to see the starkness of that choice, you're right. they're now just focused on this, they see the importance, and i'm optimistic as we go down the final stretch here you'll see polls move in my direction. pete: a lot of money on the line, a lot of ads, a very tight race. thank you for your service. i know you served in the 82nd air a born, and i recognize one with of those guys, say hi to -- [laughter] ranger sean parnell for me too, all right? friend of the program. >> you got it.
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thanks, pete. pete: thank you very much. i appreciate it. give him my best. >> good to be with you today. [cheers and applause] pete: still ahead, the u.s. supreme court won't be bullied, that's the message from justice clarence thomas has protests are planned outside his and other justices' homes. fox news at night host shannon bream on the supreme outrage, next. sn't care. we've still got the best moves you've ever seen good for you, but shingles doesn't care. because 1 in 3 people will get shingles, you need protection. but, no matter how healthy you feel, your immune system declines as you age increasing your risk for getting shingles. so, what can protect you? shingrix protects. you can protect yourself from shingles with a vaccine proven to be over 90% effective. shingrix is a vaccine used to prevent shingles in adults 50 years and older. shingrix does not protect everyone and is not for those with severe allergic reactions
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♪ will: justice clarence thomas is standing up to the far-left activists as they threaten to confront him and his colleagues over the supreme court's draft opinion on roe v. wade. rachel: thomas warning, quote, we can't be an institution that can be bullied into giving you just the outcomes you want. pete: here to react live from the derby, which we will get to in a moment, is fox news chief legal correspondent and anchor of "fox news at night," shannon bream. shannon, it looks phenomenal, and we'll get to that in a
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moment, but your reaction to this, these attempts to target justices in their homes going to churches, catholic churches. is this going to work? is this a tactic that judges have have seen before? >> honestly, i think it could be backfiring on the people who want to do this stuff. i think it's going to make the justices more dug in than ever. i think a lot of people are happy that the justice showed up at that 11th circuit, and, yes, they're doing can work at this track. you've got to remember, his confirmation was bloody. it was a really difficult, nasty period in his life. he made it through that, and he is not going to be bullied now. so, listen, if you're on the left, right or certain, wherever you are on the court, this is about protecting the institution is, protecting each other, and and i've got to believe that this is something that's only going to make history whatever their position was even more deeply. my take. rachel: you're right, justice clarence thomas has been through
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so much, and i do think he's fortified by it, and it's not going to change him, but some of these justices are so new, and this kind of scrutiny, maybe it could impact them or maybe even just scare the heck out of their families in that way. what do you think? >> yeah. it's very difficult because now their home addresses are out there. these groups, even when this blows over, people are going to know where they live, and that's going to be very unsettling to hem. some of them have young children, some have grown children and grandchildren. those people go to work, those kids go to school and, listen, there is security out there and there ising of course, senatorsf that up and provide for their families, and i think that's going to have bipartisan support on the hill. i can't imagine it won't. it seems that the people who are aiming to intimidate can them may actually be ticking a lot of other people off in the process, and i don't think it's probably
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long term a good strategy. will: to your justice thomas isn't the only one who's been through the wringer, justice kavanaugh -- rachel: that's fair enough. will: and i can only imagine, by the way, if they did change their opinion, what that would do for the supreme court's reputation. shannon, we have talked about your book many times, but we haven't talkedded with you about your book. we have mothers and daughters of the bible speak. it is a bestseller. we're glad to have you on the program. it's going great, shannon. everybody seems to love it. >> listen, i hope that it will encourage mamas and, you know, there are all kinds of struggles with motherhood. i hope moms are very celebrated this weekend. listen, if you ever think you're missing a beat as a mom, do not forget that mary, the mother of jesus, lost him at one point for several days. they went on this trip and he were returning home from jerusalem, and she realized jesus wasn't there. they go back and search for him
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frantically, and it was three days before they found him. so if you've ever lost your kid for three minutes, three seconds, even the woman that we like to think was the most perfect mother of all time, she had her rough days too. so this book is full of moms, daughters, sons and all kinds of adventures, and i hope that moms will enjoy it this weekend. a lot of people told me they got it as a gift for if their mom, i've signed a few, so i hope they feel gifted and special. rachel: shannon, i lost my daughter at disney world once and, actually, i felt a lot of guilt and found solace in the fact that, you know, mary lost the son of god -- [laughter] >> right. rah. rachel: thank you for sharing that. that really resonated with me. this is a great mother's day gift for all of you, and you will actually love the stories in here. and you think your family is dysfunctional, read the bible. yours is not as dysfunctional as so many of these families.
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so you can take solace in that -- pete: i think we lost shannon. >> did we lose her? [inaudible conversations] rachel: she's got friends! >> i'm here. will: [inaudible] >> can you see us? >> it's the time, it's the time -- [inaudible conversations] >> oh, yeah. >> whoo! [laughter] >> you know what? it's also time for this, it's time for this, we are going to learn how to make a mint julep. o.k., here we go. >> hello, elizabeth mccall. tell me your fancy titlesome. >> assistant master distill tiller. >> and we are here to show our hats and drink mint juleps. >> i have the $2500 mint julep -- >> what? >> janice is buying.
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[laughter] >> in this we're putting lemon and orange to marry the flavors of versailles, and a i've got some honey from france here. boeing to put that in there as well. pomegranate and then, of course, we're going to add some ice because mint juleps are all about that fresh ice. [inaudible conversations] but then 2 ounces of bourbon for the best 2 minutes in sport, there we go. we're going to top that off -- >> it makes it even better. >> that'll warm you up. >> bourbon will warm us up. >> yummy in the tummy with a little -- [inaudible conversations] >> you could use that. >> yes. i know. i think i should. i'm going to start making them, especially today. and then we've got our mint in there and our little sipping straw off to the side. >> right next to your mint so that you can, you know, smell that as you're drinking. >> it is beautiful too. and how many of these -- >> 148 cups this year, 130 of
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the silver cups and -- >> wow. fancy, so fancy. we are wrapping up "fox & friends" weekend. you look spectacular, shannon bream. >> thank you, my friend. >> we're going to have a wonderful 148th kentucky derby. tune in to twitter, and we'll show you all our shenanigans. who's got the bail money? [laughter] i love you! i love you and your friends. i've got friends in low place here. we want to know who's wearing the hat better, who's better? pete: first of all, i would just say -- >> oh, i can see you guys. [laughter] >> oh, my gosh. i don't know. it's a tie. >> it's a photo finish. [laughter] >> that's what i'm talking about. let's get the swim suits out, boys. [laughter]
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pete: they're ready to go. i'll tell you this, janice, we'll take the photo finish, but nobody covers the kentucky derby better than you, and we love having you on the show. so great. and, shannon, your hat is phenomenal. >> thank you. pete: and we just -- >> you too, my friend. pete: -- enjoy how much you enjoy it. will: later. >> bye, guys. bill: cheers. rachel: put those pictures up again, because i do know who won. and i'm going to tell you why. will: oh, wow. here we go. rachel: okay. pete won because pete's owning it. you're kind of embarrassed, will, and you're not owning it. [laughter] look at that. look at that. he loves it. so that's what i think. all right. well, still ahead, dave chapelle's ea accused attacker pleads not guilty, but the deputy d.a. says he should face stronger charges. he joins us next.
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will: and later, forget the kentucky derby, the real race is right here on "fox & friends." [laughter] pete: oh, boy. ♪ ♪ when hurting feet make you want to stop, it's dr. scholl's time. our custom fit orthotics use foot mapping technology to give you personalized support, for all-day pain relief. find your relief in store or online. at booking.com, finding perfect isn't rocket science. kitchen? sorted. hot tub, why not? and of course, puppy-friendly. we don't like to say perfect, but it's pretty perfect. booking.com, booking.yeah.
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rachel: dave chapelle's alleged attacker appearing in court yesterday just days after attacking the star while he was performing in los angeles.
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isaiah lee faces a misdemeanor -- misdemeanor charges after d.a. george fast gascon declined to charge him with a felony despite having a knife during the attack. chapelle's lawyer, quote: we request the d.a. reconsider and charge this as a felony. here to react is los angeles deputy district attorney jonathan and comedian cherish foster. i'm going to start with you, jonathan. do you believe that this statement by chapelle's lawyer could compel gascon because now you've got all the weight of celebrity and all this news, could this compel him to change the charge, or do you think this is going to stand? >> you know, i highly doubt george imas cone is going to change the filing. he could care less about victims. i don't think he cares about any victims here in los angeles. i think the appropriate charge in this instance could be
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assault, felony assault likely to cause great bodily injury. this was a violent take, it was also a felonious attack. the perpetrator in this case armed himself with a knife, put it in his backpack and went to dave chapelle's show, so, obviously, he was intending on doing something criminal or something violent at the show. he violently rushed dave chapelle, at least many that instance dave chapelle was a vulnerable victim, and he could have easily suffered head injuries as a result of that attack and tackle to the ground. in addition, who's to say that the perpetrator wasn't going to grab the knife, take the it out of the backpack if he had time and assault and really hurt dave chapelle? so i think the appropriate charge is assault, likely to cause great bodily injury which is a felony. we can't charge assault with a deadly weapon because the knife was still in the backpack, but this is definitely a felonious assault, and i think it should be with charged accordingly. rachel: yeah.
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great point, jonathan. i agree with what you're saying. cherish, so in doesn't get charged -- or if this stands, this misdemeanor stands, what's the message to the, to other comedians like yourself? i'm sure you're in touch with the comedy world and many in that community. do you think it could actually make people change their jokes because maybe they're afraid this will happen to them next? >> i hope it doesn't, rachel. yeah. i'm actually performing this weekend leave in dallas and, quite frankly, i joked last night that if anybody came up on stage, there are at least three people in my texas audience that are carrying, and it won't be an issue. [laughter] but the reality is this is not permission to attack people for saying things you don't like. you don't want to hear a comedian's take, do not go to their show, do not buy their albums, change the channel. i am appalled that this isn't being taken more seriously by the d.a.'s office. in new york city if you attack a
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bus driver, that is a crime. punishable by law. like, this is out of control. and i love dave chapelle, i think he's brilliant. i personally know him, he's a wonderful, sensitive, kind human being x this is not the, you know, what -- [inaudible] for the crazy to come out. this is mental illness. nobody in their right mind gets up on stage and attacks a person. nobody does that in real life. people who are, honestly, mentally unstable, and it's manager we should address because there's something else going on here. rachel: yeah. it's a good point. there is a petition to recall gascon, and maybe, if nothing else, the spotlight from chapelle on this issue might increase the signatures for that recall. so, karith and jonathan, thanks for joining us. >> thank you, rachel. happy mother's day. rachel: and to you. such a nice lady. pete: thank you, rachel. a few additional headlines this morning. amber heard testifies that she had to cover up bruises under
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her eye, a cut on e her lip and swelling on her face she says were caused by johnny dip on an appearance -- johnny depp. >> worked around the bruising by covering it with heavy makeup, heavier makeup than normal bruise-covering makeup. we did this, like, really thick, super heavy america a, te red lipstick. pete: she claims depp head boughted her during a fight the night -- head butts her the night before the appearance. foxnews.com just highlighted 50 of the whackiest and wildest college courses, some focusing on celebrities like beyonce and lady gaga, some are teaching your kids how to go viral, how to deal with difficult people and how to surf.
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and if those classes don't interest you, nyu is offering a course all about failure. incidentally enough, i'm a temporary professor at nyu, and i'll be teaching that course, and those are your headlines. all right, nhl anthem singer jake schroeder is stepping away prosecute mic after the stanley cup playoffs. he'll tell us about the amazing work he'll be doing next and perform live. and we have a great show tomorrow on "fox & friends" weekend on a sunday, virginia's attorney general, stuart varney, howard kurtz, jonathan morris all here. ♪ ♪ this is vuity™, an fda-approved eye drop that improves age-related blurry near vision. so, wait. i don't always have to wear reading glasses? see for yourself. use vuity™ with caution in night driving and hazardous activities in poor light. also, if your vision is not clear, do not drive or use machinery.
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fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure
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for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
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boxed. ♪ will: 25 years and more than 1,000 performances later, nhl national anthem singer jake schroeder is trading in his microphone to run his nonprofit, and here on "fox & friends" weekend, we love the anthem, so we had to invite him on. joining me now is the director of the j.d. leadership academy, jake, i guess i could ask you why and how you started doing this, but i'm more interested in
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what kept you coming back, what do you love so much about a doing this before avs games in. >> sure. thanks for having me.. i'm so proud to sing the anthem. it means so much to me, it meant so much to my father and veterans i work with, and it's just an honor to get to do it. and it's just such a paris class ride with the avs. it's a fun way to participate and be a fan, and i'm so grateful for the ride. it's just been a huge blessing. will: as somebody who sings the anthem a thousand times over, really quickly -- because i what want to ask you about your nonprofit -- what do you think about when you sing the anthem? >> my father telling my why he would always have tears in his eyes, and it's because he was in the air force during the vietnam era and had to watch the bodies of the kids being unloaded every day to be flown back to the united states, and they played the anthem, and that's how i
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center myself before i sing. will: we want to leave some time to hear you perform this morning. you retired after 25 years giving more time to your nonprofit, tell us about that. >> it's a leadership program, and i use the money to bring underprivileged kids in the summer, and we do a leadership course based on the ethics and character of the greatest generation. it's another weeing in my life, right, to get to do that -- blessing in my life. will: takes the character from the greatest generation, passes them on to kids. i can't think of anything more useful. we would love to hear you today perform the national an hem for our audience on "fox & friends." it's my pleasure. ♪ o, say can you see by the dawn's early light -- ♪ what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming. ♪ whose broad stripes and bright
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stars through the perilous figh- ♪ o'er the ramparts with we watched were so gallantly streaming. ♪ and the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air -- ♪ gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. ♪ o, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave -- ♪ o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave ♪♪ [cheers and applause]
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pete: sure, the kentucky derby's happening today -- [laughter] but what about the "fox & friends" weekend kerby? one lap? rachel: one. the audience decides. >> let's do it. will: here goes the dignity. pete: 3, 2, 1, go. lawrence! [laughter] >> pete: i feel like a 3-year-old! he's holding me down, check the tape! [laughter] rachel: oh, my god, everybody, that was crazy. >> when you're an athlete, you
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can do anything. will: do we have the picture from earlier? pete: will was holding me back the whole time. >> rachel, you did good. rachel: thank you. i lost my horks, i lost my horse. bye, everybody! pete: see you tomorrow. ♪ ♪ neil: by the way, that is a very energetic group. if they had me doing that, i just don't have the physical energy to do it. man, oh, man. welcome, everybody, about half country it's a rainy start to this mother's day weekend and, of course, the kentucky derby later on. we've got a lot of horse races to cover simultaneously for you. see what i did there? basic cable, work with me. a couple things we're trying to get a handle on and maybe you folks can help m

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