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♪ ♪ >> kayleigh: this is "outnumbered." i'm kayleigh mcenany here with my cohost, emily compagno. also joining us, julie banderas, tomi lahren, and raymond arroyo. just six days until the biden administration will lift to title 42 border restrictions.
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the feds are reporting a record shattering number of migrant encounters with a quarter of a just last month alone. that's a record. this, while our drone captured some pretty disturbing images at our southern border just over the last three days. on saturday we saw just how brazen migrants have become, not even barbed wire stopping them from hopping a fence onto private property in texas. then, just hours later on sunday morning, and even larger group numbering roughly 150 is seen wading in the river and crossing illegally into our country. and yesterday that scene was repeated and multiplied several times over, raising fears that the worst is yet to come. raymond, it's hard to believe that 234,000 migrant encounters in april, record, and 100,000 released into the interior of the country. think of that, one month, attended a million people. just to put this in perspective, title 42 is listed, we have a number all our viewers need to
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know. 1.9 million migrants with title 42. imagine adding to these record-shattering number is another million illegal immigrants. >> raymond: kayleigh, i spent a lot of time at that border, and with border patrol, texas public safety. they will tell you title 42 is a gift to them because it allows them to turn away so many of these migrants. but now i am told by border patrol that they feel they can't let their superiors know that they are doing it. so many of the families, if it's a family unit or a minor, they are letting them through despite title 42. but here's a large issue, and the biden administration says the health crisis is over, we can lift this now. well, we can't buy that when in the city, in new york city, your mayor is now saying we may have to put masks back on. there are still vaccine mandates all across this country, yet we are letting thousands of unvented people into the country per day, and by the administration's own estimate,
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18,000 people could be coming into the country daily if you lift title 42. how that's a good idea, i don't understand at all. >> kayleigh: no, and the administration, emily, they don't care about the national security threat were illegal inl immigration. under that bridge where there were thousands of migrants in del rio, even the network news was covering it. do you you would think they care about. but maybe they will be saved by a federal judge appointed by former president trump. >> emily: all signs point to the fact that the judge will rule in favor arguing against lifting it. he already granted the temporary restraining order. he said yes, the states have established an immediate threat of substantial and irreparable harm of a multitude of areas, everything from health care and law enforcement to detention and processing for the migrants themselves. so the irony is one of the
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strongest arguments for keeping title 42 in place, with the benefits of the migrants themselves, because it allows the process to unfold with something less than drinking from a fire hose. keep in mind, these 24 states have argued that the burden is so substantial in so many of these areas that prioritizing these migrants over these tax-pink citizens, the lead states, they are not border states. it includes states like missouri that have felt the effects from letting the migrants in to the tune of hundreds of thousands during this time period. and the final point is that biden's administration is arguing in part that this is the cdc's discretion and authority because it has to do with public health rather than immigration. again, the judge has confirmed the arguments from the states of that substantial burden in the larger picture and also took a pointed interest on the nexus between letting in that flow, not stymieing it, in the nexus with the drug smuggling.
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that's one of the major problems obviously in this country. we will stay tuned, but i think it's looking good and we should expect a decision before may 23rd. >> kayleigh: "the new york times" warned about this. not just by trump officials, they were also worn by them. but also warned by biden's own pollster. his lead pollster was already sounding the alarm that certain gathering threats could sink support for the president and his party. immigration is a growing vulnerability for the president. they weren't in a long time ago that voters do not feel he has a plan to address the situation. he wouldn't even listen to the poster. >> julie: emily mentioned the optics. this administration doesn't care about the optics. we've been watching these aerial photos and videos of immigrants coming over the border, drowning in rivers with guards standing by and watching people die at the hands of the biden administration. we are at this point -- the
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number of illegal immigrants crossing into our country every day is the highest numbers in two decades. two decades. so now they are going to lift title 42, may 23rd they will lift it if the judge doesn't have his way. april, 117,000 plus migrants cross into the country. thanks to title 42, 98,908 of them were expelled. like you said, in one month, title 42 prevented 98,000 migrants. that means 100,000 migrants a month are going to be welcomed, and not only welcomed without masks, but welcomed without vaccines, and yet some of their states are actually mandating masks again. but if you are illegal, come on in. no masks and bring us your covid. >> kayleigh: tomi, i want to get your thoughts. something i'm hearing about, this incident. let's watch. >> i promise you this people will pay. they will be -- there's an
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investigation underway now and there will be consequences. there will be consequences. it's an embarrassment. it's beyond in embarrassment. it's dangerous. it's wrong. it's in the wrong message around the world, the wrong message at home. it is simply not who we are. >> it's been months at this point we don't have the conclusion the president has wanted. secretary mayorkas said they would be a conclusion. so why is it taking so long? >> i don't have an update on that. the department of homeland security, that's where you mention secretary mayorkas, that's where that review sits. >> kayleigh: that was biden earlier commenting on it and now they won't comment on it, some undetermined time. >> tomi: it was my only ally, the people who don't have an understanding of what it takes to be a border patrol agent, especially on horseback, this
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also goes to the bigger scene here, which is demonizing law enforcement wherever they may b. of course with our border patrol agents. they demonizing people, they are being overwhelmed and overrun on a daily basis. these are the folks who not only are tasked with protecting and defending our country, but also the very illegal immigrants in their care. back to letting these people in and the expiration of title 42? listen, that's eventually going to go away. we need to have a bigger plane here. it's not just at the biden to administration and democrats don't have a plan, the plan is not to have a plan. the plan is that the optics might look not great for them right now and they might take a hit in the midterms, but they don't care. these are future voters. they want to bring in as many as possible, change the voting rules and regulations, provide amnesty, and get these people voting. we already have shortages of items as simple as baby formula. now what's going to happen when we have 18,000, 20,000 people a day coming into this country,
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most of which are also unaccompanied minors, families, people who are going to be having children or have children with them? american people are going to be missing out on this is on the biden demonstration and they will sit there and give us no answers because they don't have to. >> kayleigh: we have a plan. it's already been on the books for decades, they just don't enforce it. it's called immigration nationality act, go to c.a.p. kamala harris ranked the most unpopular out of nine political figures and institutions. that's next. ♪ ♪ liberty mutual customizes your car insurance so you only pay for whatchya... line? need. liberty biberty— cut. liberty... are we married to mutual? only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ okay everyone, our mission is to provide complete balanced nutrition for strength and energy.
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♪ ♪ >> kayleigh: kamala harris may have found a new low, if
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possible. a new poll shows the vice president is second to last when americans are asked their feelings about nine political figures and institutions. only the democrat party is viewed as more unpopular. the low marks, as the vice president delivers yet another new worst, this time at a summit between the united states and her allies in south asia. >> our world is increasingly more interconnected and interdependent. that is especially true when it comes to the climate crisis, which is why we will work together and continue to work together to address these issues, to tackle these challenges, and to work together as we continue to work operating from the new norms, rules, and agreements that we will convene to work together on. [laughter] steel and she used "work" six times. the thesaurus may come in handy.
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>> tomi: this is obviously somebody didn't study for the test. this is not day one. she is a enough to do something. i think that for me is what i find most insulting. it's one thing to be green, but she has been a politician for most of her life. but to not do anything, you realize how badly you have done thus far in your role as vice president, such a historic title that you have, and he represents so many people, and to not even try? that's what i find so insulting. she could have taken the time and said, i'm not really good at this whole camera thing. this whole speaking thing, this whole doing anything thing. [laughter] i'm going to take the initiative to do something. and it gets progressively worse. i know the joe biden looks awful, but she's much younger and probably about as bad when it comes to stumbling. >> raymond: i have to take issue with you. he's a very creative woman. she's created a new drinking tame down that game the entire country can take part in. [laughter] i feel a little like kamala harris at the g7 summit, all alone and isolated in the
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middle of the couch. [laughter] i think i'm going to create a new game where whichever side of the couch has the more convincing arguments, i'm going to gravitate over there. but the thing i found amazing watching this, it's hard to imagine a more inarticulate, inept politician then joe biden, but joe biden has found it in kamala harris. the reason the staff is fleeing from her office is because of moments like this. i don't know who is writing the speeches but they should be fired instantly. even symone sanders, her former p.r. hack now it in bc, the first interview of that show was with jill biden, not her former boss, because she knows this woman is bad for ratings. when you have lost charlamagne tha god, he lost everybody. >> kayleigh: elon musk has thoughts. i don't know if they will top raymond's, but here they go. >> whoever controls the
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teleprompter. the path to power is the path to the teleprompter. i do feel like if somebody would accidentally lean on the teleprompter, it's going to be like "anchorman." >> kayleigh: 100%. which would be a and other drinking game. >> emily: this man has voted overwhelmingly for democrats as he has said freely but they have decided to vilify him. they are calling him a robber baron and a racist because they are allergic to common sense. he talks about the roots of inflation and that the federal government was writing checks like there's no tomorrow, driving up spending, driving up inflation, and he also talked about the issues of the democrat party, which they are totally beholden to and absolutely handcuffed by the unions. this is what the democrat party doesn't like. in addition to the truth, simple common sense. they decided to create him and hold him out as a pariah and ignore the point he's making, which is that, for someone with a really large platform, they
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shouldn't be doing it, but bottom line, if you want to get anywhere, you have to extricate yourself from being held by the unions. but it's not going to go anytime soon or work any time soon if biden is still doing what he does every day. >> kayleigh: here on "the faulkner focus" senator risch tim scott had some thoughts about issues with the democratic party. let's see. ♪ ♪ musical >> but how does taxes on corporations lowering the cost -- >> the words that people speak are disconnected from the reality. you hear that inflation is good for people living in poverty. nothing is further from the truth. you know that baby formula is hard to find, but you knew that several months ago and you did nothing with it. it's almost as if the administration wants us to believe what they are saying as opposed to what we are seeing. >> hear the words out of their mouth and not what we see them doing. >> julie: first of all, baby formula aside, i just don't
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think any transmission of communication is happening from the white house. when kamala harris speaks, i don't think she should be speaking anymore. when she steps up to the podium, people are now looking for these blunders, and we are talking more about this. maybe she's doing it on purpose, actually. this might actually be a really smart move. >> raymond: don't does incentivize! [laughter] >> julie: trying to get her to screw up so we are not talking about the fact that she never went to the border and never really did anything about the border, the fact of the president it won't even be in the country when title 42 expires, but she says stuff like the passage of time as the passage of time, and the time of the passage of time. nailed it! [laughter] because she made me want to start drinking again. >> raymond: bring out the bar, we'll all be loaded by the middle of the show, but why not? we need material. we don't want to does incentivize her for doing it. they just sent her to the uae. they had the later there dumb
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academic leader there who died. she led the delegation. they left her there with three hours. and she was out. so i'm expecting a war in the middle east at any moment, so brace yourselves, ladies and gentlemen. >> kayleigh: what is peculiar is when biden wanders off. but she was reading that. >> julie: i will defend her in one thing, she hasn't tried to shake hands with the united states flag recently. [laughter] speak of the bar is low. >> kayleigh: coming up, for the first time in more than 50 years, congress is holding a public hearing on ufos and no one is more excited than emily compagno. >> emily: [laughs] steel and pentagon has shown newly declassified objects of mysterious objects flashing past thailand. that's next. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> kayleigh: we are taking you live to buffalo, new york, where president biden is visiting the victims of the mass shooting on saturday. he's delivering remarks on the tragedy. let's listen. >> president biden: i won't forget what she said. i said i'd like to come up with is okay and she said, "this is big scranton. come." you're doing a heck of a job. thank you for your heart as well as your head. mayor brown, you've been wonderful. thank you. and i know this is a lot.
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when a president or vice president shows up, there's all kinds of paraphernalia and people and i know it's not easy. i want to thank your law enforcement officers for not just what they did in this crisis, but for accommodating us, and all the elected officials and law enforcement officers, first responders, and faith leaders here today. we have come to stand with you, and to the families, we have come to agree with you. it's not the same, but we know a little bit of what it's like to lose a piece of your soul, whether it's a son, a daughter, it has been to, a wife, a mother, a father. the feeling of having that, as i said to some of you when we talked privately, you feel like there's a black hole in your chest and you're being sucked into it, and you're suffocating, unable to breathe. that's how it felt like, at least to us, and i'm sure some version of that feels that way to you. the anger, the pain. the depth of a loss that is so
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profound. we know it's hard to believe, and you probably can't believe it, but i'll tell you now from our personal experience and many others who we've met, the day is going to come, and it will come, when your loved one brings a smile as you remember him or her. there's going to be a smile on your lips before a tear to your eye. it may take more than a season but our prayer for you is that time come sooner or later. but i promise you, it will come. as a nation i say to the families we remember them, we've been reading about them. we visited a memorial to show love for them, and you have all shown it, by the supermarket. celestine chaney went to buy
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strawberries to make her favorite shortcake. a loving mother and grandmother. roberta drury, 32, beloved daughter and sister. moved back home to help take care of her brother after his bone marrow transplant. she went to buy groceries for dinner. the center of attention, who made everyone in the room laugh and smile as she walked in. andre mackneil, 53. worked at a restaurant. went to buy his 3-year-old son a birthday cake. his son is celebrating a birthday and asking, "where is daddy cannot" [clears throat] catherine massey , 72, a writer and advocate, who dressed up in costumes at schools and cut the grass in the
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park, helped in local elections. margus morrison, 52, school bus aid. went to buy snacks for weekly movie night with the family. survived by his wife and three children and stepdaughters. the center of their world. heyward patterson, 67. father, church deacon. he fed homeless in the soup kitchen. gave rides to the grocery store to neighbors who needed help. putting food in the trunk of others when he took his final breath. erin salter, 55, retired buffalo police officer for three decades. three decades. loved electric cars. gave his life to save others on a saturday afternoon, and had
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that man not been wearing that vest that he purchased, a bulletproof vest, a lot of lives would have been saved. a beloved father and husband. geraldine talley, 62. a banker known for her warm personality. a friend to everybody. a devoted mother and grandmother. ruth whitfield, 88. beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother. sing in the church choir. the caretaker of her husband. bringing in clean clothes, cutting his hair, holding his hand every day that she visited him in the nursing home. her heart as big as her head. pearly young, mother, grandmother, missionary of god. public school teacher. also ran a local food pantry. loved singing, dancing, and her
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family. and zaire goodman, shot through the neck but fighting through it. both treated with injuries and on a long road to recovery. individual lives of love, service to community, speaks to the bigger story of who we are as americans. a great nation, because we are good people. jill and i bring you this message from deep in our nation's sole in america evil will not win, i promise you. hate will not prevail. and white supremacy will not have the last word. but evil did come to buffalo. it's come to all too many places, manifest in a gunman who
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is rooted in fear and racism. it has taken so much. ten lives cut short in a grocery store. three other wounded by a hateful individual, who had driven 200 miles from binghamton, at range, to carry out a murderous, racist rampage that he would live stream to the world. what happened here is simple and straightforward: terrorism. domestic terrorism. violence inflicted in the service of hate and a vicious thirst for power that defines one group of people being inherently inferior to any other group. a hate to that, through the media and politics, the internet, has radicalized angry,
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alienated, lost, and isolated individuals into falsely believing that they will be replaced. that's the word, "replaced," by the other. by people who don't look like them, and you are therefore, in their perverse ideology, that they are being fed and possessed, lesser beings. i reject the lied. i call on all americans to reject the lie, and i condemn those who spread the lie for power, political gain, and for profit. [applause] that's what it is. we have now seen too many times the deadly and destructive violence this ideology and unleashes. we've heard the chance, "you will not replace us," in child
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till virginia. i wasn't going to run , as the senator knows, for president. when i saw those people coming out of the woods and the fields in virginia, in charlottesville, carrying torches, shouting "you will not replace us," accompanied by white supremacists and carrying nazi banners, that's what i said no. honest to god, those who know me, i wasn't going to run for certain. but i was going to be darned if i was going to let them win. look, we have seen the mass shootings in charleston, south carolina, el paso, texas, and pittsburgh. last year in atlanta, this week in dallas, texas, and now in buffalo. buffalo, new york. white supremacy is a poison. it's a poison. [applause] it really is.
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running through her body of politics. it's been allowed to fester and grow right in front of our eyes. no more. i mean, no more. we need to see dominic say as clearly as we can that the ideology of white supremacy has no place in america. none. [applause] and, look, not saying that is going to be complicity. silence is complicity. we cannot remain silent. our nation's strength has always come from the idea -- is going to sound corny, but think about it. with the idea of our nation? we are all children of god. life, liberty, universal goods, gifts of god. we didn't get it from the
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government, we got it because we exist. we are called upon to defend them. the venom of the haters and their weapons of war, the violence in words and deeds that stock our streets, our stories, our schools. this venom, this violence, cannot be the story of our time. we cannot allow that to happen. look, i'm not naive. i know tragedy will come again. it cannot be forever overcome. it cannot be fully understood, either. but there are certain things we can do. we can keep assault weapons off our streets. lou done it before. i did it when i passed a crime bill last time, and violence went down. shootings went down. you can't prevent people from being radicalized to violence, but we can address the relentless exploitation of the internet to recruit and mobilize
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terrorism. we just need to have the courage to do that, to stand up. look, the american experiment in democracy is in a danger like it hasn't been in my lifetime. it's a this hour. hate and fear have been given too much oxygen by those who pretend to love america, but who don't understand america. to confront the ideology of hate requires caring about all people, not making distinctions. in the scripture we see that we are all part of the divine. "love thy neighbor as thyself." that the america i know and that jill knows. we are the most multiracial, most dynamic nation in the history of the world. now is the time for people of
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all races, every background, to speak up as a majority in america and reject white supremacy. these actions we have seen in these hate filled attacks represent the views of the hateful minority. we can't allow them to destroy america, the real america. we can't allow them to destroy the soul of the nation. as president of the united states, i traveled the world all the time. and other nations asked me, heads of state in other countries ask me, "what's going on? when in god's name happen on january 6th? what happened in buffalo?" they ask. we have to refuse to live in a country where black people going about of weekly grocery shopping can be gunned down by weapons of war, deployed in a racist cause. laughter refuse to live in a
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country where fear and lies are packaged for power and for profit. we must all enlist in this great cause for america. this is work that requires all of us -- presidents, politicians, commentators, citizens, none of us can stay on the sidelines. we have to resolve here in buffalo that, from a tragedy, will come hope and light and life. it has to. and not on our watch, the sacred cause of america will never bow, never break, never bend. the america we love, the one we love will endure. the families, from your pain may we find purpose to live a life worthy of the loved ones you lost. from a hymn based on the 91st
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psalm, may he raise you up on eagles wings and bury it in the breath of done. make you to shine like the sun and holding in in the palm of his hand. that's my wish for us. we can do this if we resolve to do it. if we take on the haters, and those who don't even care. it's just about profit and politics. may the souls of the fallen rest in peace and rise in glory, and may god guide the united states of america now and always. to the families, my grandpop used to say when i walk out of his home in scranton, "joey, spread the faith." or, keep the faith. and my grandma would say, "no, joey, spread the faith." we are thinking of you. hold onto each other tightly.
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stick together. we will get through this and make buffalo and the united states a better place to live than it is today. [applause] >> tomi: that is president biden saying "evil will not win" as he paid homage to the ten innocent lives lost on a saturday that dominic afternoon at a supermarket. over to you, emily. ♪ ♪ >> about 11:00 saturday evening, the interception of an unknown aircraft, our purpose was to determine what that aircraft was and if it was legitimately in the area. after, we sent it to the washington area for six unidentified bogeys or unknown objects they had reported over there. when we got to washington, we
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were expecting to descend to 1,000 feet. >> emily: that was lieutenant win patterson back in 1952. now fast-forward to today and congress is holding its first hearing in 50 years on what the pentagon now calls unidentified aerial phenomena, otherwise known as ufos. years of mysterious flying objects with no propulsion systems and unusual movement patterns. the defense department is concerned they could be new technology developed by other countries and therefore pose a slight safety hazard or worse. in today's hearing, the pentagon is releasing declassified videos of these objects/and past pilots including this one showing two small triangle shaped objects spotted by night vision goggles. they explain more about these
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encounters. watch. >> there have been no collisions between any uss in one of these ua ps, correct k'nex because we haven't had a clinician but at least 11 near misses. >> maybe we'll talk about any of those places where there's close park to the knee. have we been able to communicate with those objects? >> no. an example from the video we shared dominic showed earlier, it appears to be something that is unmanned, appears to be something that may or may not be in controlled flight, so we have not attempted any communication with them. >> emily: not that we know about, because here is what is so fascinating to me, raymond. this is the tip of the iceberg, obviously. they've declassified a certain amount of information. but a dod official who spoke on anonymity says that essentially the oversight aspect of the government has been really stonewalled. that we don't have a lot of information. and he says there are people with knowledge of the phenomena
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who have yet to contribute to the oversight effort. these people exist and they are protecting this information. with all we are learning today there is so much more that we are learning hopefully soon. >> raymond: i watched a chunk of this hearing so you wouldn't have to. you are probably glued to it. we expected captain kirk and star lord but we got adam schiff and a cast of bureaucrats who basically told us, don't worry, this may or may not be something. it could or could not. this was the most confusing crap-filled hearing i've heard in years, and i've covered a lot of them. we need serious oversight. the national defense authorization act has an investigative office we are paying for set up with three people manning it to look into these unidentified flying objects. here's why it's important. there may be a national security at stake here. you have new technology being employed by our enemies, and we don't know a lot about it. maybe the government does, that we and the oversight authority,
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the congress, do not. the truth is out there, but we should know more about it. search and they are representative's need to. >> emily: that's right, and we are paying for it, as he pointed out. a tech pioneer has won exactly what raymond touched on, the artificial intelligence poses a greater threat, any type of alien invasion circa armageddon. >> julie: it's still hard to believe. i understand congress is doing it, good for them, i hope they find something, but they haven't made communication, which means they are trying to community with aliens, and that's comforting to know. it's also comforting to know there is going to be a dangerous alien invasion. that's something to look forward to. i think they are making a living on this earth more exciting. it's hard to believe it but i'm all for it. >> emily: people are communicating with aliens all day all day on those dating apps. [laughter] when you want to learn something
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you go to the experts are the ones there physically. overwhelmingly, summoning 80 pilots. john glenn said they had the front row ticket to view and they come away saying that we cannot rule out intelligent life. we just can't, we just don't know. that is pretty exciting. >> kayleigh: i'm of two minds on this. a pentagon official came out and said he was concerned about this, and came out with images. they are concerned is one congressman put it. something in our airspace that is not ours is concerning. however, i would cite jim jordan. five jog gas, no baby formula, record crime, inflation, border crisis, and ufos. >> emily: a little bit of a distraction, tomi! >> tomi: and everything else goes wrong, why not throw ufos into the mix and any other conspiracy theory we can talk about? i have a theory that those things flying in the sky may be hunter biden's laptop, hillary clinton's private server paid a lot of mysteries left uncovered, probably more
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>> emily: in recent months democrats have been wary about using the word "woman," sometimes going with "breaking people" instead of mother. michelle obama speaking out against the leaked supreme court draft opinion on abortion. the former first lady did not spell the word the way you may be used to seeing it, instead going with this progressive spelling in a message on instagram writing, "state lawmakers will have the power to strip womyn of the right to make decisions about their bodies and their health care, but that's spelled womxn. i don't know how to pronounce it and i'm not going to try. >> tomi: this goes back to when the left is trying to make
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latinx a thing and insulted most people of latin descent. another attempt to outwoke each other. we want women's rights but we don't know what a woman is, that we need equal treatment, but also special treatment, and we don't have a definition for what any gender is, it's all a social construct. the left needs to make up its mind. i think they have themselves on tumble dry around and around until something makes sense. >> emily: it's also formative to your point, because so many in the democratic party, now and they discuss the opinions they went from using "birthing people close quebec to "women" because they probably saw a reality. >> tomi: they all rediscovered the word "woman" because of the leaked opinion. womxn with an x? and i guess the reason is being rooted in the patriarchy. get a life. sit around and think about it.
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womxn with an x? i guess it's better than "menstruating people." >> emily: there semithings we need our government to focus on like reducing inflation, immigration. please, we don't care about whatever way you want to spell things for your signaling, virtue signaling, that doesn't resonate with 97% of voters in your party. >> julie: you know it's bad when a future supreme court justice can't define what a woman is because she's not a biologist. and as far as aoc is concerned about menstruating, nowadays men can have babies, so that's not actually even accurate. so progressives need to get on the same page as their own party. this is just an unfortunate example, and i like what you said, tomi, about the fact that the woke on the left want to push that women need equal rights, but also the abortion roe v. wade controversy right now about women needing to have a choice, "my body, my choice,"
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but my body is a woman, no? i think they are confused at their message. >> raymond: this is something you ladies are going to have to address. >> emily: it's like leading off of the teleprompter. [laughter] >> raymond: it's all over the place. i guess if you are womxn -- i guess that's how you pronounce it, they are worried about the allusions to the patriarchy so you take "man" out. why aren't they worried about the "nixon" reference? it sounds a little bit like nixon at the end of it. we got to be careful. this destruction of language to force ideas that no one ever thought about or would ever consider, there's no women -- >> julie: our grandparents that are no longer with us, if they came back today they would be so confused. >> raymond: they would smack the hell out of them. and the latter point, that we cannot let these womxns be deprived oe
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access to any health care. it's the preeminent right. so she really makes silly arguments in the precursor and following. it's a crazy posting. and why she isn't being called out by her own party over it is confusing to me, particularly in digging into these midterms. >> emily: i think it's a whole other conversation with the plural of womxn would be. is it latin? more "outnumbered" in just a moment. [laughter] ♪ ♪ for investors who can navigate this landscape, leveraging gold, a strategic and sustainable asset... the path is gilded with the potential for rich returns. [♪♪] if you have diabetes, it's important to have confidence in the nutritional drink you choose.
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making a comeback at restaurants around the country as they bet that people can't wait to get dressed up to dine out after working from home in sweats or julie, as melissa just said, you don't have to wear your socks and crocs anymore, all of us were doing. >> i hate crocs, and socks with them, even worse. but this is the crappiest role, i am going to continue to wear my elastic pants, i have not had to button in two years, i love it. i have glam sweat pants. i take leisure weather to another level. >> athleisure. >> the old new orleans restaurants, they required men to wear jacket, ladies in dresses, that's continued. i'm glad new york has caught up. something about taking the time to get dressed up. your partner enjoys it, romantic
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evening out and everybody looks so nice dining. rather than sweat pants and cutoffs. >> and a chef saw us and said i'm so grateful, and you extended the effort. >> it says i want to be here, i want to be around other human beings, i think young people, too, this is kind of an art that's been lost on them, getting up and ready, i was excited to get up and get ready for school or work and getting up and looking nice. and now people are comfortable not interacting with anybody, look nice, get up, interact, get out of the basement, good for anybody. >> to tomi's point, different definitions. the other day when i left work i was asked if i was going to a 1990s party, i said no, just my outfit. who knows if i'll be getting kicked out getting me.
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>> i just watched an episode of "downton abbey," and someone was wearing black tie versus white tie, so i'm with you. >> elegant standard for anybody and kids learn respect. we need to teach them that. we don't want to be a country of slobs. >> thanks for watching. here is "america reports." >> john: emily, thank you so much. fox news alert, hang on to your wallet when you go to the pump. new record high for the eighth day in a row. the nationwide average hitting, ca ching, 4.52 a gallon. five bucks a gallon not far away? >> six plus here in california, john. skyrocketing prices come as the biden administration plans to cancel a massive oil drilling lease in alaska, and the strategic petroleum reserve drops to the lowest


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