tv The Next Revolution With Steve Hilton FOX News May 8, 2022 6:00pm-7:00pm PDT
the free press in america except for a few bright spots is dead. mostly because of the "new york times" and "the washington post." ladies and gentlemen, i will see you next time on "life, liberty & levin." steve: biden silent as mobs target the homes of supreme court justices in an attempt to disrupt the supreme court proceedings and undermine the rule of law in america. look what the they have become. self-righteous democrats who never stop lecturing us about defending our democracy. they have become what they say they despise. failing on the economy, failing at the border.
know matter how much damage they do to the country in the process. it's the exact opposite of what they promised. >> my whole soul is in this, bringing america together, uniting america. uniting our nation. i will be a president for all americans. i will fight as hard for those who did not support me as for those who did. we must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue. rural versus urban. conservative versus liberal. steve: your whole soul is in it. for decades you were a corrupt mediocre politician. now -- now to rile up your base, you have incited labeling your
political opponents enemies of the state. parents who disagree with your policies enemies of the state. he did it with race. >> do you want to be on the side of dr. king or george wallace? you want to be on the side of john lewis or bull connor? you want to be on the side of abraham lincoln or jefferson davis. steve: now he's doing it with abortion. >> what happens if you have the state change the laws saying that children who are lgbtq can't be in classrooms with other children? steve: what? nobody is proposing that anywhere. it's pure culture war fear-mongering. you might even call it disinformation. quick.
tell scary-poppins. they say republicans are stoking the culture war. >> same-sex safe in the united states of america? they are coming you have a. >> once you allow this kind of extreme power to take hold, you have no idea who they will come for next. steve: they are coming for you next. what disgusting, reckless fear-mongering. republicans stoking the cull tiewrls. give me a break. the most irresponsible came from that well-known republican eric swalwell. they want to ban interracial marriage. the black conservative justice married to a white woman wants to ban his own marriage. this governor made up another scare story. >> if the supreme court goes
through with this ruling overturn roe v. wade it will put the right of every american to make their own private medical decisions in jeopardy. steve: the right of every american to make their private medical decisions? what about the vaccine? they have no argument. they created an inflation crisis, and a crime crisis. they are terrified that's what nosms elections will be about. under biden the labor force actually shrunk even though it's coming out of the pandemic. all biden and the democrats want to give us is range and division. >> this maga crowd is the most extreme political organization that existed in american history. steve: did he really say that?
the heart of the country that voted for trump. 70 million people more extreme than the klu klux klan? did they bother to weigh the impact of a president's words? in way case they should be nowhere near political office let alone the white house. the democrats and the media are truly unhinged. >> my -- my worry is this is just the beginning next they will go after education and brown versus the board of education. i see fascism down the line here. steve: it's already here thanks to your guy putting the fbi on to parents to cover up the
family corruption of the regime candidate. setting up an agency of government to police speech. they talk about fascism. jen psaki was asked about what the president thinks about supreme court justices being targeted before the ruling. >> he doesn't care if they are targeting the real court outside their private residences. >> i don't have an official government position on where people protest. steve: these pretests are against the law. and the biden regime has no position on it. and concerned parents who speak up at google meetings, arrest them. justices in hiding, fearing for their lives. violent protests around the
country. are they mostly peaceful mobs, jen psaki? they have been planning this for years. >> i want to tell you gorsuch, i want to tell you kavanaugh, you released a whirlwind and you will pay the price. you won't know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions. steve: these are the people who claim they are defending our democracy. three days and 11 hours after far left democratic extremists published the home addresses of supreme court justices for the purpose of intimidation, biden still mass not condemned it. he wants it. this is not the behavior of a man who is -- fit to be the
leader of the free world. as we said at the time he should have been impeached over afghanistan. now as he incites mobs to disrupt the proceedings of the supreme court for partisan ends, yes, biden should be impeached for that. and yes he deserves the shame that will forever attach to his name. in a moment i will be joined by fox news legal analyst greg jar it and susan schaeffer too break down the legal and constitutional aspects of this. joining me now is fox news contributor, lisa boothe. the democrats media, they never stop going on about january. how is this any different? >> they support lawlessness. people showing up at justice
calf nawps house neese are their foot soldiers. kamala harris was promoting bailing out rioters. she told jacob blake she was proud of him, a guy who pulled a knife on a police officer. whoever leaked this draft decision wanted the mob outside of their house and wanted the justices in fear of their lives. we are descending into chaos as a nation. the more these institutions and pillars of the society that hold up society are burned to the ground, we descend into chaos. and they don't care. they would rather burn down the supreme court to get the outcome they desire. that's the embody equipment of
today's political left. >> there is nothing they won't do in pursuit of their ideology and their political power. it seems like there is nothing you can say to them that make them stop and question, yeah, you are right, that's a double standard. it's quite astonishing that while this is going on, think are still -- they are still on their high horse about trump undermining democracy. >> it's projection. the only path forward when you are faced with the mob is bravery and not backing down. justice thomas said we are not going to back down. that's what the republicans did when they confirmed justice kavanaugh. the politicians who served in
congress don't care about the fact the justice's lives are threatened as long as they try to get their way. the only path forward is not backing down and standing tall. there is a report out that there is still a majority to overturn roe v. wade. we are one of 7 nations that supports abortion on demand past 20 weeks. it puts us in the same category as china and north korea. that says everything about america and our values in my opinion. steve: you could make another list of things they were pushing for. this agency to police speech, one thing after another, the way they brand their political opponents enemies of the state. pelosi said that.
there is no question about it. >> i think a lot of it has to do with they feel power slipping away. the way to understand the left is all they care about is power. power is their religion. they don't believe in god. they don't believe in families. their religion is power. when they feel it slipping away, that's why we see this desperation of labeling their opponents as extremists and gas lighting and lying about things no republican ever said they want to do. they look at joe biden's approval numbers and realize inflation is at an all-time high. they are hanging on to power. i think that's why we are seeing this level of destruction, this level of vitriol. they don't want that power slipping away. they will do anything to try to
keep it. steve: that's exactly right. you nailed it. it's the far left activism. it started in the universities. now you have these pathetic weak machine politicians like biden and kamala harris going along with it because they won't stand up to the mob. now they are unleashing the mob and all the rest of it. great to see you. let's bring in craig and susan to talk about the legal constitutional aspects. craig, one phrase i have been hearing a lot from democrats. they are complaining we have a patchwork of state laws in relation to it. that's the whole point of america, to be a decentralized country. it's in the constitution. >> it is. the reserve clause. whatever powers are note
enumerated in the constitution to the federal government are reserved to the states. you read this draft opinion. the supreme court is saying it's none of our business, it's the business of democracy where the people elect representatives who express their views with laws and policies. it would revert back to pre-1973. if people want a right to abortion they can convince the u.s. congress to pass a law. but they never had the votes there. so put different people into office. elect different people. or they can get state legislatures to pass the laws they want either pro viergd a right to the abortion or banning a restricted abortion. it's as simple as that.
steve: we had a great conversation about this on the podcast. there are things that over time we have put into that category, they override everything else, they decide at the federal level, there are certain rights. what determines what goes in which category. you made the point, the people do. if they want to do that. the national or state level. you can do that through the process in the constitution and the state consequence constitution for a constitutional amendment. >> the american people have gotten out of the habit of looking to the constitution. we wait for lawsuits and hope we get the landmark decision we want. this has been going on since
1925 where the original scheme of the constitution that said everything else not enumerated goes to the states and the people. it's been overridden by the 14th amendment which prohibits the states from denying liberty to anybody. that first it was the first amendment in the 1940s, it was the 4th amendment, but not all the 4th amendment. the idea that evidence illegally seized must be exclude at trial. it was up to the states until 1961. and we are seeing over and over again the court is expanding through the -- the 20th century to expand.
they don't have the ability to rule on every single issue in life, but that's what they are doing. steve: those who long advocated to put justices on the court who follow the constitution it wasn't because they wanted specific outcomes. but they wanted to reverse the process susan just described. we want it to operate the way the country was supposed to operate like. >> they want the job of the supreme court justices to be confining themselves to their authority under the constitution. marbury versus madison which laid out the authority of the supreme court, and not to go beyond the authority of the court and encroach on the legislative branch and become
super judges. ever since roe was hands down, the court has struggled to justify with blackman wrote, who wrote the opinion on roe versus wade. virtually all of them have said in unison there was no constitutional right granted to pregnant mothers to abort a baby in the constitution. if you want that, you can amend the constitution as we have been talking about. steve: exactly. susan. i'm not sure, we just lost greg or whether our audience has. what about the state level? we have been following closely the california situation. that argument from gavin newsom and you see others making it. this just the start.
they are going after gay rights. all these other things. the fear-mongering. what is the legal position there? is there anything in this draft ruling that would seriously threaten what the democrats are strieg trying to to scare people about. >> any right created by a judiciary can be uncreated by the same body. if you don't amend the constitution, you don't actually have that right. that's why liberals when they want to scare you talk about brown versus board of education. it was the understanding all the way through from the civil war forward that the 14th amendment did not prohibit segregation but they interpreted in the 1950s that it did mean that liberty included the right to not attend segregated schools. it was interpreted in.
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steve: welcome back. the sun is about to rise in moscow. it's known as victory day when russia celebrates their victory in world war ii. is there not exactly any victory to celebrate this year with russia suffering loss in ukraine. they are saying our aim is not just to help ukraine, but to degrade russia's military capability. here to break it down.
general jack keane. i think you are on the phone, are you there, general? >> yes, i am. steve: two-part question. number one, do you think it's a good idea for us to have been providing intelligence to help ukrainians kill russian generals and "b" is it a good idea to talk about that publicly? >> the information about specific intelligence that actually did happen is dead wrong in doing that and should be held accountable for it. the pentagon denied providing that kind of intelligence that dealt with the cruisership, their largest flagship and cruiser they have in the russian
navy. in terms of the generals, what we likely may have been providing to them is information on the operating nets of the russian ground forces in which the ukrainians have accessed themselves. if we are leaking information about providing that, it's wrong. i don't believe the united states is targeting russian generals and providing information to the ukrainians. we wouldn't do that at all. but whatever we are doing to help the ukrainians we shouldn't be talking about. steve: in a briefing from the rugs, they are going to include this plane in the victory parade called the doomsday plane because that's where the russian high command and putin would be
in the event of a nuclear war. it seems like they are trying to escalate in terms of rhetoric. what do you make of that? >> i think for some time putin and his thugs have been threatening escalation, potentially with chemical weapons. more recently with nuclear weapons. this is all about intimidation and coercion and trying to blackmail the united states. it's obviously we can't dismiss, and we shouldn't be cavalier about it. but we need both feet planted on the ground. russia is on the cusp of possibly losing a war to ukraine. that thought was unfathomable a few months ago. it would be a huge struggle for ukraine to achieve that result. but the facts are, if that does
happen, russia's forces will be so depleted that ukraine will be able to have achieved a deterrence from russia attacking nato, which is one of the things they talked about, putin specifically talked about in his recent speeches which gave the baltics and poland great concern and obviously so. the russians have got to understand clearly, if they are going to use a tactical nuclear weapon, that is a game changer and they by doing so are going to escalate the war. that certainly is not going to be in their interest whatsoever. they are already losing a fight to ukraine. and whether they can salvage any of that for the may 9 celebration remains to be seen in terms of celebrating mariupol. those are political vick is, but
they don't have much in terms of military victories to celebrate. i don't think we should cower in fear and at the same time we shouldn't take it lightly. i believe the russians should know unequivocally some of the actions on the table that we could take if they did use nuclear weapons. we should make that very clear to them privately so they understand that, even though they don't want to talk to us. steve: fair enough. sorry we couldn't see you. we'll see you next time. much more up ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪
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steve: friday this on the view. >> i feel like that is an oxymoron on black republicans. and i don't understand latino republicans. steve: someone text sonny hoskin and tell her to turn on her tv. the chair of the republican party, sonny hoskin doesn't understand you a black republican. with you like to ex blaine? >> the question was, i can't believe there are black republicans. like it's an oxymoron being a black republican. what i don't understand is why there are still democrats. to be a democrat you have to pretend inflation isn't out of control. you are canceled if you call men
men and women women. they you want to co-parent with the governor government. black democrats pick the black people to run with it. the republican party is built on the principles that allow black americans to have the racist era we have come from and allow us to operate at equals in this world. that's why we are drawn to the republican party. we want freedom and we want to live in the same way we see everyone else. whenever you want to stand on your own two feet, that's carry to the republican party because
then they lose control. every latino they believe belongs to the democrat. >> democrats have take us for granted for a very long time. if you want to know the reasons why people are looking to the republican party, you need look no further than california. when we talk about issues important to my community, whether it's education, crime or a 40-year. we saw a poll in gallup that showed both with black and latinos, president biden is down 0 points. they are on a -- down 20 points. republicans are going to take back the house and probably the senate, too. steve: a huge part of that is in
california. and just all these issues. cool closures, the attack on small business, the wokism. it will be a big part in the revival of the state that we want to see. it's a sensible policy. latinos are in the middle of this madness from the left. >> less than 50% of our children are reading at grade level. math is 34%. science 29%. these are the democrats who have been in charge of our state. smash and grabs took the place regular christmas shopping this year. everything is so unaffordable. gas prices are through the roof, more so in california, we are paying $1.50 more per gallon
every single day. steve: janelle, something really laughable here, you see the left, the black democrats make the point about the importance of representation. i agree with that. they were everywhere except the republican party it seems. that's the one place democrats mustn't be represented. >> i think it's important to understand i'm a republican who happens to be black. i am a republican because of the conservatism that pushes policy that gives me the best shot of upper mobility. not because i'm a part of something that is a part of a narrative they want to push.
everyone is welcome to the republican party if you believe in our values. but they want to put the focus on individuals and the narrative. that's what we need to push the conversation back to. we need to talk about our policies that are much better than any policy they want to put in front of us. steve: that's showing in california. janelle, jessica, great to see you both. we'll be back after this short break. what happens when performance... meets power? you try crazy things... ...because you're crazy... ...and you like it. you get bigger... ...badder... ...faster. ♪ you can never have too much of a good thing... and power is a very good thing.
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biden on the campaign trail. i didn't hear an answer to that. do you or do you not? >> we'll make that decision as the campaign continues. steve: so that will be a no then. they don't want biden. of course, they don't want biden. they know he's a disaster. and they don't want senator harris either. >> there is know guarantee she is the mom east in party into 24.it could be a free-for-all. blatts
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steve: let's bring in this week's closer. there he is, jason chaffetz. just because we don't have enough bureaucracy in the federal government. the department obvious is announced the creation of a new department. the department obvious is when it's not going after parents is focused on this. >> violations of our
environmental laws can happen anywhere. unity is a color, indigenous communities and low income communities often bear the brunt of the harm caused by environmental crime, pollution and climate change. steve: if you are worried about indigenous communities of color bearing the brunt of the harm caused by environmental crime, you might want to start with the environmental policy of your own feckless government hitting those people the hardest with gas prices. >> maybe they should count how many times john kerry's yet flies over and causes pollution on boston. this is the creation of another office in search of a crime. they have 110,000 people there at the department of justice.
but why don't you go after illegal immigration. how about all the people committing crimes coming across this border illegally. how many times can we list out the things the department obvious is should be doing but they are not doing instead of creating a new office. >> don't you think there was something pitiful about the way they wheeled out merrick garland. >> he cannot point to a single instance. i wish they would point to something that was real to say this was happening. it's rampant across the country. instead of all the crimes down at the border. >> you know, the same time they are going off to their parents. the fbi, and we learned all that stuff with the collaboration with the school board and the
teachers unions going after parents protecting against the woke indoctrination in schools. it's so twisted. >> they are fulfilling campaign promises. they took money from a lot of environmental groups and said they were going to do this, that and the other. merrick garland can go out there and read something. i don't think it has much emphasis. he can't even point to a crime. i would love to see him point to it. steve: it captures how for them it's virtue signaling. ideology signaling. here is one more for you which is just brilliant. the elitest met gala seems to be an annual gold mine of leftist hypocrisy. here is a picture of hillary
lapping up the attention from the media. this picture was just -- said so much. it's so perfect in so many ways. >> you could have left up the picture of blake lively. but you are going to pepper our televisions with this picture. there are so many things wrong with this. especially the people working at our feet, having to wear masks. it's just the absurdity of it. she is proving why america is so glad donald trump was the president and she'll never be the president of the united states of america. steve: if you look at that picture, she thinks she is the queen. there is something about the way she is standing there while a foot man fusses around her. she thinks she'll be.
we had a clip from her earlier talking about the abortion thing. other week she was talking about ukraine and russia. i'm convinced she is intending to run next time. >> i think she thinks it was stolen. i think she thinks she is self-entitled. it shows how weak the democratic bench is. if it's not biden. it won't be harris. they don't have anybody because they pick people with the most radical policies on the face of the planet. nobody can relate to hillary clinton in that picture and nobody can relate to democrats and what they want to do to this country. put the picture back up of blake lively. steve: the person that we showed i am earlier, the person that really does things, he's going
to be the one. we showed him earlier. i see him a lot around here. gavin newsom. they may make him do it. we'll see. we'll see you next sunday when "the next revolution" will be televised. trey good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm trey gowdy and it's sunday night in america. when was the last time you used the word conundrum. it's defined as a spatial of partial illumination between the perfect shadow on all sides and the full light. that doesn't help much either. so why