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secretary mark esper. >> do you think china in the wake of ukraine is looking seriously at taking over taiwan. >> i think they have always been looking seriously at taking over taiwan. studying the russia's successes and failures and trying to figure out how they could do better. >> bret: thanks for violating us into your home tonight fair balance and unafraid. jesse watters is back. >> jesse: i missed our handoff. good to be back. >> bret: have a good show. ♪ ♪ >> jesse: first of all, i just want to thank everybody for their support. i had back surgery a week ago. i'm building back better. and i'm feeling a lot better. still have some recovering to do but will be okay. when we're emotional, we are not at our best. we overreact and we make bad decisions. think about the ump who made a
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bad call during a baseball game. you get in his face. you argue and, boom, you are thrown out. now you watch the rest of the contest from the locker room. feel like someone is stealing your lunch at work? shoot off a fiery angry email blaming everybody and suddenly you are out on the sidewalk looking for a new job. maybe somebody pulls a prank on you, and instead of just laughing it off you completely lose it. >> freaking unfunny. >> 'ow! >> that was an overreaction. >> jesse: you never get your way when you overreact. you just make things worse. ask any husband. he knows that ranting, whining, getting violent backfired and it
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makes you look unstable. once you start yelling, nobody wants to listen to you. you sound like a brat. the left, they haven't realized this. they are throwing a national temper tantrum to intimidate the supreme court. in new york protesters set up a primal scream station to voice their frustration like they did when hillary lost in 2016. listen. [boos] >> many conservative justices at night after a leftist group leaked the addresses. [chanting] keep abortion safe and legal. you don't care if people die. [chanting] >> we will not go back.
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we will not go back. we will not go back. >> jesse: this was enough to force justice alito and his entire family into hiding. they have moved now to an undisclosed location. an angry left wing mob has forced a supreme court justice into hiding. let that sink in. if men wearing maga hats forced justice sotomayor into a warning shot. we know where you live. we know what the pro-abortion protesters are capable of. in wisconsin, some lunatic fire bombed a pro-life group's headquarters. they actually threw a molotov cocktail through the window. if that message wasn't clear enough, they used spray paint to spell it out. if abortions aren't safe, then you aren't either.
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planned parenthood calls abortion sacred. now, when something is sacred, it takes on a religious connotation. this is a religious war for the left. so anything goes the ends justify the means. now, the white house knows this. and knows how fervent their base needs to be for the midterm. the white house did nothing to stop this. last week they refused to condemn protesting at home and they gave this weekend's protests license. now after the backlash, they have released a weak statement saying president biden strongly condemns this attack and political violence of any stripe. now, to give that a little context, it took less than 24 hours for joe biden to condemn jussie smollett's fake lynching. he said we must stand up and demand that we no longer give this hate safe harbor, we are with you jussie. by the way, he never took that down.
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at least they are not condoning this action, which is more than we can say about nancy pelosi. after protesters spent the weekend intimidating supreme court justices, the speaker released a statement this morning saying this: we have been moved by how so many have channeled their righteous anger into meaningful action, planning to march and mobilize to make their voices heard. letting threats of violence slide is nothing new for nancy, during the summer of 2020, when rioters were hell bent on tearing down our history and desis he creating statues of our founders, pelosi was covering for them. >> frankly shouldn't that be done by a commission and city council not a mob in the middle of the night throwing it into the harbor. >> people will do what they do. >> jesse: people will do what they do. this came after she dressed up in african tribal gear with congressional democrats, remember she kneeled on the capitol while $2 billion in damage was done by black lives
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matter protesters? all this happened while the biden-harris administration campaign was bailing out murderers, rioters and looters who ram paged our city. is encouraging violence against political opponents the official stance of the democratic party? in 2018 congresswoman maxine waters no relation told harass in public. >> let's make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. and if you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you are get out and you create a crowd. [cheers] >> and you push back on them and you tell them they're not welcome anymore anywhere. >> jesse: the media loves it. they always have. rabid protesters surrounding the homes of the justices with music to the media mob's ears. >> i think a lot of people a
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conversation about civility feels like it misses the mark when constitutional rights that you believe that you had for over 50 years are about to be overturned. the justices have security. >> jesse: what if a mob showed up to a cnn anchor's home at night with their children there, chanting death threats because that anchor did something at their job that affected their lives? would that be okay? i don't think they would be okay with that. this is the same network who called the blm riots fiery but mostly peaceful. and, remember all this was politically motivated leaker. this is a serious breach of the high court but the left has no interest in finding out who this person is unless, of course, it's to have sex with them. >> i would like to find out hot leaker is so i could make sweet love to that person because that person is a hero to me.
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okay? and if the leaker, a lot of people saying it could be a conservative. if the leaker is a republican, and if i get pregnant during our love-making, i will joyfully abort our fetus and let them know. >> jesse: oh my god. and isn't it interesting that most of these major events these days are started by these liberal leaks, trump's phone call with zelenskyy in the steele dossier? that was one big leak, trump's tax return? you can't trust these people at all and liberals constantly yammered on about protecting institutions for four years under trump? and as soon as they get a decision against them, all hell breaks loose. they storm to the judges homes and destroy private property. this is going to blow up in heir faces. siding with rage over reason always does. do they even realize if this gets overturned it goes back to the states to decide? do they even know that? this is part of the democratic
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process. you might not like the outcome but you have to live with the decision. isn't that what they said about certifying the election? but, they are getting ready to run with this all summer. it's the only thing they have to campaign on, border crossings, crime, inflation, all record highs and gas prices are about to break the record biden broke last month. people don't feel better off than they did a year ago. and abortion isn't going to save democrats from a shellacking in the middle term. just listen to what people are really concerned with. >> i went straight to costco. they didn't have my formula. i went to target they didn't have my formula. i want went to walmart and they didn't have my formula and fred meyer they didn't have my formula. >> it's maybe a nightmare hunting for baby formula. every grocery store around me the shelves are completely empty. >> i don't even look at how many
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gallons anymore or what the dollar amount is anymore it's expensive glemp normally i used to put $2,000 in diesel now i got to put $5,000. >> jesse: they are not thinking about roe v. wade when they are trying to figure out how to pay for groceries and put gas in the tank. not just educated suburban moms. the "new york post" points out losing federal abortion rights is unlikely to lure many young voters to the polls in states where their rights have already been restricted. and among hispanic voters democrats' abortion efforts are back firing. hispanic voters are the least pro-choice of any major u.s. demographic with 56% calling themselves pro-life and 40% pro-choice. the potential reversal of roe v. wade could energize hispanics to vote more heavily for republican candidates. and when it comes to black voters, the article notes this quote: black women comprise 13% of the u.s. population but
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accounted for nearly 40% of all abortions nationwide. there simply aren't enough black female voters to dramatically shift any election outcome. to sum it up, democrats' pro-abortion push isn't going to move the needle the way they think it is. most voters understand that conservatives run the court now and roe v. wade was a flawed decision. it always has been. even ruth bader ginsburg admitted it. the supreme court isn't banning abortion. they are just leaving the decision up to the states. that's all this is. nobody is banning gay marriage or interstate travel. liberals can try, threaten and fire bomb all they want. it's not going to help their country or their cause. it's like those climate protesters who block the roads and start causing traffic. once you are late to work, you lost me. if they want to get their way, they should get together and vote, not riot.
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we cannot bow to emotion. we need to cool down as a country and move forward together. bill barr is the former united states attorney general and author of "one damn thing after another." which i enjoyed immensely. all right, a.g. do you see these protesters at the homes of these justices. what goes through your mind? >> well, that's not a valid form of protest because it's violation of the law. there is time and place for protests and the federal statute makes it clear if you go to the house of a judge, the residence of a judge to influence the judge in his decisions and demonstrate that that's a federal crime. and, it's a state crime and the state of virginia, at least. so, those are not valid forms of protest. they are obviously meant to
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intimidate. there is a parallel between the january 6th, which republican leadership condemned the violence there. the forceful entry into the capitol and the fighting with police. but what was really bad about that was it was an attempt to intimidate the senate and the vice president in carrying out their duties what's happening now while not as much violence has been involved yet, it's no different. it's an attempt to interfere and to intimidate the officials who are carrying out their duties under the constitution. >> jesse: this is a little mini insurrection that, again, has not been -- had any, you know, effect on merrick garland. merrick garland is out to lunch. you would think if a parent went to the home school administrator to the home started death
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threats. he domestic terrorists do i expect to enforce the breaking of this federal code. >> i think the white house is calling the shots. during the trump administration, hypocrisy of the left was just lane bare. they started with all the attacks on trump supporters in early in the campaign in the spring of 2016. remember, there were a whole series of attacks in costa mesa and san jose and albuquerque and so forth. it kept on going. that was perfectly fine to go and beat up trump supporters at political rallies. that was the insinuation of politics. and the whole rhetoric of resistance suggests that the
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government is not a legitimate government, anything goes. and that's essentially what the left is all about. anything goes because they are holy. they are virtuous and they know what they're leading history vanguard of history. they know what's best for everyone. if you oppose them and get in their way they can be rolled over. the ends justify the means. this is the ultimate expression of it. >> jesse: i think you are right. did begin with attacks on trump supporters. metastasized. you saw what happened with the blm riot. that law-breaking was allowed. again, you will see it a lot this summer once this case drops as we assume it does. is there anything we can do as a country to kind of fortify theirselves against it? last word. >> fortify ourselves against this violence? >> jesse: yeah, do you think this is bad going to a justice's house? wait until the decision comes
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down. >> right. well, you know, the states are going to have to handle it in the first instance and, you know, at least where have you governors and mayors or their heads screwed on correctly, they will be able to handle it otherwise, it can get out of control like the way it did over the surgeon of 2020. i expect a democratic party will have exactly the same response because it essentially -- you know, having that kind of turmoil leading into the election, they view it as something that was helpful to them. i don't expect them to do much about it. >> jesse: they are going to try to ride the wave of rage into the midterms like they did in 2020 over race. attorney general, thanks for coming on the show and really enjoyed the book. again, we highly recommend it. >> thanks, jesse. glad you are feeling better. >> jesse: thank you very much. the democrat plan to secure the midterm election make sure no one is watching the drop boxes.
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♪ >> jesse: already fireworks in the battleground state of pennsylvania tonight. this is a race you got to keep your eye on. the democrat governor on the way out and if there's a red wave in november, the republicans control the entire state. obviously the democrats don't want that. they will do anything to keep their iron grip on power. remember, pennsylvania gave biden the presidency.
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so, this is interesting that the acts secretary of state in pennsylvania, a democrat, is trying to keep police officers away from drop boxes. they don't want any surveillance of drop boxes. she is arguing, quote: it could dissuade eligible voters as well as authorize designated agents from legally casting ballots. if plain clothes police officers are making sure voters follow the law and only drop one ballot off in the box at a time. just one. bill mcswane is one of the republicans running for governor in next tuesday's primary. he is also a former district attorney. all right, so, bill, not only do they not want officers checking the drop boxes to see there is no shenanigans. they don't want any video surveillance. what does that tell you and what are you going to do about this?
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>> jesse, what it tells me is that the democrats' playbook includes cheating and they are not even trying to hide it. it is illegal to ballot harvest. it is illegal to drop off more than one ballot at a time. and as you mentioned, the secretary of commonwealth is now threatening the district attorney of lehigh county because he simply wants to enforce the law. he doesn't want people dropping off more than one ballot and so this is absolutely outrageous but that's their plan. their plan is to cheat. >> jesse: why do you even have drop boxes in pennsylvania? why can't you just put the thing in a mailbox? >> we really shouldn't have drop boxes and drop boxes are not part of the original statute for mail-in balloting. what the democrats and the democratically controlled supreme court instituted drop boxes. and, again, it's all part of their playbook. it's almost like the democrats act like it's illegal to enforce the law, which is completely
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backwards. the district attorney in lehigh county just wants to enforce the law. he said you are not going to be allowed to ballot harvest and drop off multiple ballots this has caused a temperaturer tantrum on the left. >> jesse: this should tell you something this was probably a covid deal. people were too scared to go to the post office or too far of a walk or auto drive i don't know what to go to a mailbox. i think the ballot boxes are just ripe for fraud, everybody knows that with common sense. and the fact that they're squealing like stuck pigs tells me they are up to something. also, bill, you have a plan for larry krasner. they call him uncle larry, the d.a. in philly who just lets everybody off on felony charges. you just walk in and out of the prison after getting booked. what are you going to do if you are elected governor in pennsylvania to get rid of uncle larry? >> jesse,i have a plan for a lot of things. i think it's going to take a conservative outsider, someone like me to go to harrisburg and
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shake things up. only leading candidate for governor who is not a politician. i'm a marine, i'm prosecutor, i'm a forminger united states attorney as you mentioned. we need election integrity in our state and get rid of no excuse mail in balloting and don't have illegal ballot harvesting and when it comes to criminal justice, we need to enforce the law. >> jesse: we got to get rid ofl. that's one of the best things we can do to enforce the law. thank you so much, bill, we really appreciate it. >> thank you very much. and if people want to learn more about my campaign please go to bill thank you. >> jesse: all right. barack obama is jealous of joe biden. [laughter] a new book exposes their fake relationship. and we have some new sound from biden's wacky disinformation czar. dr. rand paul on that and dr. fauci's graduation speech.
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> jesse: the fight for free speech in america has been going on for longer than you think. just listen to what jfk said 60 years ago. >> freedom of information is a fundamental human right, and the touch stone of all the freedoms for a nation that ain't afraid to let its people judge the truth and fault open is a nation afraid of its people. >> joe biden must be terrified of the american people actually thinking for ourselves because his administration keeps including with big tech to shut down the open market of free ideas. all in the name of cracking down on misinformation. look no further than the disinformation governance board run by this looney to an nina
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jankovicz who pushed lies russia collusion and pushed the whole hunter biden laptop story. she says big tech does not censor conservatives at all this is notion there is anti-bias on the platforms. there has been study after study often it is liberal voices being silenced particularly minority voices on social media. so i think we are going to see more allegations of that. >> jesse: okay, nina, here is a list of names that you know, we came up with off the top of our heads, what do you think they have in common? donald trump? tucker carlson, the babylon bee, glenn beck robert malone, the doctor, charlie kirk, those are all conservative voices shut down by big tech. and while twitter was busy their
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accounts nobody was shutting down the disgusting hate and the death threats from frank james. do you remember the black nationalist who shot up the subway train in brooklyn? where has that story been by the way in the mainstream media? so you tell me who is being silenced and who is not? and according to senator rand paul, the biggest spreader of misinformation? is our own government. >> how do you propose that you are going to have an office of disinformation governance if you see the problem and even determining what is disinformation? i think you have got no idea what disinformation is and i don't think the government is capable of it do you know who the greatest prop gator of disinformation in the u.s. worls the u.s. government. >> jesse: senator rand paul is here right now what are you going to do about this. >> we're going to shut it down. busily getting signatures from other senators. there is a way to get it onto the calendar.
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and there is a perhaps a way we can get a vote. it's not very easy when the democrats control things, but i will do everything i possibly can to get a vote to defund this organization. boy, is it -- is it not with amazement you see how far that they have come from kennedy's democrat party. this is not your grandfather's democrat party anymore. so much for the marketplace of ideas. they have decided that they are going to determine what disinformation is my point to mayorkas is this: we had a $32 million mueller investigation to see if there was collusion between russia and trump. there wasn't any. and, yet, the steele dossier, upon which they base this all on, which was given to steele by russians, it was russian disinformation, if they can't admit that that's disinformation, it was propagated by cnn for years and years, if they can't admit that, how could they possibly do the job of policing disinformation? now, i don't think it's a job that you could possibly do. so even if you could, and they admitted that it was disinformation, i would be
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against policing cnn. people can turn the channel when they see that cnn doesn't care about the truth. but i would not police cnn. i'm against policing any news organization. the public can figure this out. >> jesse: yeah. and they're turning the channel because no one is watching. their ratings are atrocious. anthony fauci i don't know if you saw this? he was invited to lecture graduates about the dangers of untruths at the university of michigan this weekends. listen to what he said. >> as you graduate and take the place in the wider world that will be yours to shape, do not shrug your shoulders and accept the normalization of untruths. because if you do, lies become dominant and reality is distorted. >> jesse: so jubilant tossing your cap up in the air after listening to that guy, senator? >> b and e but, here's the
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interesting thing, it's the same argue. as the disinformation board. we have to decide what is drew and what is not true. for example, i think dr. fauci has promulgated untruths, he has normalized untruths. he says covid treats after age the same the treatment should be same whether you are 10 or 80 years old. everyone should get vaccinated 14 times. he has also said masks work everywhere. they don't really work in public. he has gone one step further and he says another untruth which is that booster vaccines should be given to adolescents. there is now a significant amount of scientific data and studies including large multi million person studies showing that you have an increased risk for inflammation of the heart the more vac soons you give young people. we combine that with the fact that 75% of young people have already been infected. he discounts this completely a and says you should never even be tested to see if you have had covid. i think that would be the logical thing you would do. the biggest purveyor of untruths right now in public health is dr. fauci. so when someone says we are
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going to stop -- they can't even agree to what the truth is. that's why we have a robust debate. scientists debate. journalists debate. politicians debate we arrive at the truth through disputation. anyone says -- >> jesse: did you see the shot at dr. fauci with no mask on next to no mask don lemon? he said don't go to the correspondence dinner but he went to the pregame. >> yeah. >> jesse: and partied with all these guys in close quarters with no mask. your reaction? >> this is loss to the public. all the hypocrisy and governor showing up in the fancy french laundrie and all the fancy restaurants. they lost the public when they started not behaving the way they were telling to us behave. all you have to do and you want to see a vote, go to an airport. it is voluntary. can you wear a mask. do you know how many people are wearing a mask? 97% of people are not wearing a mask. because they believe that fauci telling them to continue to wear
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a mask is not true, not valid and it doesn't fit their risk assessment. so when individuals are free, 97% of them reject what fauci says. >> jesse: maybe he was just holding his breath like the l.a. mayor when he was next to lemon. >> could be. >> jesse: governor rand paul of kentucky thank you so much. >> thank you. >> jesse: barack obama is jealous of joe biden. an amazing report next. ♪ plus, we found out who paid hunter biden's taxes. his sugar brother. we will tell you who. ♪ bipolar depression. it made me feel trapped in a fog. this is art inspired by real stories of bipolar depression. i just couldn't find my way out of it. the lows of bipolar depression can take you to a dark place.
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>> jesse: joe biden promised us that his administration would be boring and that all the palace intrigue surroundings the trump administration would just go away once he entered the oval. oh, boy was he wrong. according to this new book, this will not pass, we know that the drama began before joe biden moved into the white house. the book says democrats were desperately trying to convince biden into moving his inauguration indoors. why? there were worries about the
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possibility of an assassination attempt. but, get this? nancy pelosi, she wasn't worried about some rogue in the job with a gun in the audience. she thought that a sitting republican congressman might try to rub joe out. the book saying, quote: channeling her caucus' fear of their own republican colleagues, nancy pelosi asked the secret service to commit to ensuring that every member of congress would pass through a metal detector to enter restricted areas on capitol hill. how crazy is that? the book also says joe struggled to keep his future v.p. kamala harris in check while they were still on the campaign trail, quote: the biden campaign had named a team of aides to manage harris, in part to keep the vice presidential candidate on a tight political leash but harris was not accustomed to let her people choose her staff for her.
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she had not gotten along with careen jen pierre and almost immediately sidelined her. now, this is the same karin jon pierre going to take over as press secretary at the end of the week it turns out kamala hates her too she doesn't get along with camla. joe decided to turn to somebody else his former boss barack hughes sane obama who pretty much shut the door in biden's face. it turns out obama was actually jealous hardly the stuff of the tight brotherhood both men and sold to the country as a year political fable. a few people close to both men detected a certain tension, at least on one side of the relationship, like nancy pelosi who told a friend obama is
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jealous of biden joe knew it i'm confident barack is not happy with the coverage of this administration as more transformative than his. yikes. apparently kyrsten sinema joked about how easy it was for her to charm republican men. sinema boasted knowing to colleagues and aides that her cleavage had an extraordinary persuasive effect on the uptight men of the g.o.p. if only joe biden would be so persuasive he would probably get a lot more done. hunter biden may have enjoined the sweet life as a sugar daddy during his multiple crack benders. but when life hit him hard he had to turn to his one and only
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sugar brother to bail him out. trace gallagher knows all about it. >> hey, jesse, this sugar brother is morris not only paying biden's delinquent $2 million tax bill also it financing biden's high end los angeles lifestyle including a rental house in malibu and expenses. morris apparently made most of his fortune by striking a $500 million licensing deal for the creators of the show south park. he also co-produced a hit broadway musical book of mormon and has brain few novels. the big question, of course, is why he is bailing out biden and the answer seems to be that kevin morris is now working as hunter biden's attorney and trusted adviser. helping him craft a legal and media strategy. now, morris is also working on a hunter biden documentary which includes a forensic investigation into biden's infamous laptop, including how the device became public, of course, that's not really much
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of a mystery considering biden left it at repair shop and never picked it up. we should know that kevin morris does not appear to be legally involved in hunter biden's ongoing criminal investigation in delaware. a grand jury has been hearing testimony in a case for months. and it's still unclear if paying off biden $2 million in back taxes will make it more difficult to prosecute him. finally, we should note that kevin morris, who has long donated money to democratic causes is also helping to guide the sales of hunter biden's artwork, you know, jesse, the $500,000 paintings that were he not the president's son would be $500 paintings? >> jesse: that's what sugar brothers do, trey. >> that's exactly what they do. >> jesse: i wonder doing any booinger sugar with biden. just asking. when we come back, "watters' world" tackles some of the most difficult questions you never thought we would ask.
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♪ ♪ >> jesse: jesse watters prime time has a saying that there are no stupid questions, just stupid answers. my system johnny went out on the streets and put that saying to the test. watch. ♪ ♪ >> where does electricity come from? >> from the outlet. >> when you plug your hair dryer, let's say, and the outlets, where does that come from? >> the sky. >> it's a bird, it's a plane. niagara falls.
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>> a delay? >> get out of here. speak of the towers. >> which towers? >> on the empire state. >> what exactly is the antidote? >> trap, a scam. >> bunch of sources from... >> is the answer you are looking for electricity? >> it's electric. >> it is wi-fi? >> how you use the internet. >> directly from god. >> what does wi-fi stand for? >> wireless internet frequency interaction. >> you know the thing. >> what time is it in los angeles? >> it's four hours behind us.
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>> ten hour. >> six hours behind us. >> it up at the time is, subducted by two. >> when you think about, there's great significance to the passage of time. >> where does it go after? >> in the garbage truck. >> the garbage truck takes it where? >> the garbage plays. >> garbage land. >> the hudson river. >> they bird matures. >> i think we need to shoot it up in space because then we can make -- >> houston, we have a problem. >> what planets are next to earth? venous. >> neptune. >> uranus. >> watch your mouth. >> really? venus, mars? is it really? no it's not. no it's not. >> yes, it is.
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>> as it actually? >> it's actually. ♪ ♪ >> where do babies come from? >> wow. >> mommy and daddy. >> mothers. >> a moment to dad. >> do you want to elaborate on that? ♪ ♪ >> we are going to be on jesse watters prime time. >> hi, jesse. you are awesome. i hope your back feels better. the world loves you. >> that was great. to be fair, i don't know anything about wi-fi either. we will give those guys are test. i just want to thank everybody that helped me for my back. instrumental in moving this forward and we are very grateful, also his wife was
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tremendously helpful. of course, my surgeon. he was the best. all right? paul, we love you. but most importantly, emma. who tied my shoes, put them on commanded a lot more. but we won't get into it. text time. kathy from miami oklahoma -- i bet jesse jr. was happy to have a home for a bit. we are so glad to have you back on tv. you are missed. >> i can't even pick up jesse jr., they won't let me. for months. bob from texas. did you hurt your back giving got fouled piggyback rides? yes, i did. ray, did you lick toes as part of your pain management? no, but the pain was so bad, i would've. from wallingford connecticut, we may be out of the pandemic phase, but when will we be out of the fauci phrase? i'm with you on that. here is a text from mom, barack
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hussein? shame on you. sorry about that, mom. it just came out. scott from southlake, please ask for oil, gas, and baby formula. that is all for tonight. tucker carlson is next but remember, i'm jesse watters and this is my world. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." a week ago exactly, an unnamed saboteur of the supreme court leaked a draft opinion by justice sam alito's plating lie roe v. wade ought to be overturned. people went completely hysterical, but his views were not especially controversial. roe is bad law over the past half-century many have acknowledged that including many


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