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>> sean: that is all the time we have left this evening. thank you for being with us. you make this show possible. thank you for that. please set your dvr's so you never miss an episode. always stay with, in the meantime, let not your hearts be troubled. laura is up next. "the ingraham angle." thank you for being with us. have a great night. ♪ ♪ >> laura: i'm laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle." attorney general merrick garland record the u.s. marshals service to assist in providing 24-hour security to justices because of all the threats that they have received. in other words, all that com and healing and serenity that biden promised, it has been further eroded. disconnect relearned that the by the department of homeland security took a break from targeting political opponents to issue is a stunning document. in that memo, we learned that that u.s. government is bracing
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for a potential surge in political violence. once the court hands down the ruling, which is expected to overturn roe versus wade, when the document was leaked, the white house was given the chance to condemn it. but they showed not to and even went so far to say that biden was energized by the unprecedented protests outside the justices' homes. they brought this anchor to the floor and now, the only responsible thing to do is to release this ruling. right? the court has released the ruling. now and are we ever going to find out who that leader is? chief justice john roberts. we will have more on our panel on this topic in just a moment. first, biden's epic collapse. that is the focus of tonight's angle. >> president biden: my predecessor did.
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the stock market has gone up exponentially. you have not heard me say a word about it. trump let's to post the stock market. i never thought that. >> laura: i guess it is a good thing. he never really worried or cared that much. otherwise he would be feeling like the millions of americans who are super stressed out about it. they are even frightened. after what they saw happened today. >> stocks plans. that doubt closing more than 1100 points today. that is the biggest loss since 2020 at the height of coronavirus. it was just estate that walmart stock plus suffered its worst drop. >> more pressure and that pressure is hurting the americans. it is outpacing any wage increases and it is doing so everywhere. and the economy is the number one issue for voters. >> laura: in just the past 48 hours, the prospect for joe biden and democrats have gone
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the way of the now. they plummeted because of multiple setbacks. the stock market is an indicator of this. on that wave of spending that we cannot afford and we did not need. on covid, on infrastructure, and climate, and bailouts, and with $40 billion mark soon slated to go out the window to you. this is a total and complete travesty and by the way, that recession because the inflation, it was preventable. but now, it is too late. mothers are still struggling to find baby food. basic nutrition for their infants. when biden said, he would have the most diverse cabinet in history, we did not realize that also meant turning america into the third world. which brings us to setback number two. beyond the -- economy, the -- disinformation board and their misinformation, they are. >> the board has never convened.
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so it never convened and the board is yes, the board is pausing in the sense that not convene. she has strong credentials and a history of calling out misinformation. >> laura: i miss jen psaki. i really miss her. don't buy the lame redline that this is just a pause for that disinformation board. as if it is being retold to emerge better and stronger at some later date nitpick this orwellian fragment is never going to see the light of day again. never. it is shocking that it lasted three whole weeks. or about as long as cnn plus. and guess who the washington post resident tiktok reporter is blaming suffered this very real the treatment the right-wing media.
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that is not what killed it. the dhs thought police collapsed under its own stupidity and likely its own unconstitutionality. the third pillar of the collapse is democrat billionaires are basically saying we can't take this anymore. elon musk sent a simple tweet that read, in the past, i voted democrat. because they were mostly the kindest party. but he become the party of division and hate, so i can no longer support them and will vote republican. now, what the book dirty tricks campaign against me unfold. all we can say is, elon, welcome to. this followed amazon fire hundred jeff bezos' landing biden on inflation. he said the admission tried hard to inject even more stimulus into an overheated inflationary economy and only joe manchin saved from them themselves. it is a regressive tax that most
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hurts that at least f olympic administration does not help the country. if only jeff had listen to an eight year ago. when we were begging biden's economic to listen to larry summers. but better late than never. number four, yesterday, biden's the election on our southern border exploded into the headlines once again. we learned about a major drug smuggling titled linking tijuana with san diego. did you see this? it had carpeting and it. we had no idea the amount of deadly drugs that came through it and how many american lives had been destroyed with the help of it. but the sheer number of illegals crossing the border that hit another high. they are just says now that over 234,000 were encountered at the southern border in april alone. that my friends, is the highest number ever recorded in the agency's history. now, these numbers are -- they
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are income principle. the equivalent of medium-sized towns and cities now crossing nearly every month into united states and by the way, some were sent back. but nearly 118,000 were released just last month into the interior part of the united states. this is purposeful sabotage of america, the country we love. where you have to think about legal immigrants who have come here who have worked so hard to come here and do it the right way, thinking to themselves, why did i bother doing it the right way? they are just walking right across. and every migrant who crosses will take resources from americans in need. have you been to your local train station lately? i have. do you have tent cities out there like we do in the nation's capital coaxed homelessness, drug addiction, it is exploding across america. so why aren't we taking care of our own? and the fifth major% of the coming democrats by pat was the result and turnout from
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tuesday's primary. whichever way the expense of a net senate race goes, one thing is for sure. america first is a dominant force now in republican politics. no, dr. oz promises he will follow the policies of trump and so does dave mccormick who is going to join us shortly, by the way. the gop senate nominee is maga all the way. >> the democrats here in north carolina have realized that their party has long since left them. >> laura: so far, trump's endorsement record has been consistently strong. abc news noting that all trump was not successful across the board, at least 22 of the 25 endorsed candidates for the senate house and governors, mostly in noncompetitive races won tuesday night. do not forget the old gop guard on capitol hill, they are still fuming over jd vance's win in
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ohio last week. >> lot of that fake news media out of there, they wanted to write a story that this campaign would be the death of donald trump's america first agenda. ladies and gentlemen, it ain't the death of the america first agenda. >> laura: he will be a reliable vote against all of their chronic spending and also know he is going to voted to rain in china and posterior u.s. men affecting. that is what we need. the fact that the governor's race is -- did not know ultra maga, i think it says more about how tricky it is to go into those state races, says more about that and it says about the power of trump's ideas. these five strikes that i just laid out are only from the past 48 hours. and as the party's prospects become bleaker democrats and biden's democrats, i expect them
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to escalate things. it is going to get a lot uglier. you will have more racial recriminations. aggressive protests. demands for morph mail-in ballots and drop boxes, oh, yeah. just you watch. as we saw that massive gop turnout into primary so far, that momentum is the conservative. americans now they cannot afford any more of this epic failure. and that is the angle. joining us now is mollie hemingway. and charlie fox news contributor as well. as we reported at the top with the anger that biden's dhs expects that we have seen after the league of that draft opinion, democrats seem to be setting the stage for a really dirty and some say potentially violent midterm election season. >> mollie: i think that is true. i think we have seen that with democrats, how they have
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actually been able to use street violence as part of their agenda, their campaign agenda. and it is pretty clear that the leak and the response to it was designed to gender up average. i think it was frustrated that even with texas essentially banning most abortions after a heartbeat is detected or very -- so much of the pregnancy and with everyone knowing that roe is about to be overturned or believing that to be the case, they are upset that they were not getting a huge amount of outrage from it. there's so much failure in the democratic party that they are resorting to take that base, the people who really support abortion and get them average just to get some excitement going for their parties. i don't think it is going to be in right near enough with the economy failing and so many other things failing in the country. >> laura: charlie, you get the sense, okay, that republicans when there. now we will showed them. it is a big fizzle so far. they have the activists out there. i don't see it connecting at
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all. >> charlie: and there's a lot of evidence that they are having to pay people to go up there to protest. i think that most american people, wherever you come down on the issue of abortion, you believe that actually putting these questions in the hands of the electorate of the american people to put their representative scott to make laws that that is actually an eminently sensible way of dealing with an issue that is those has divided this country for 50 years, exactly because as you play out, the justices ripped the decision away from the american people and put it in the hands of nine unelected rogue justices. but you know, we are entering every kind of a scary time right now because, you know, there's nothing more dangerous than dangerous -- and desperate politicians who have enjoyed paragraph and have enjoyed complete power in washington for
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a year now for 2 years now, as they watch this unfold day watch the disasters that they have created and even they realize that it is their fault and the american people are going to blame them for it in the election. it is going to be pretty scary between now and november i think. >> laura: on msnbc, donnie deutsch who is supposedly a big branding junior, he could've said the quiet part of not about what the democrats' strategy is going to be. >> you have to scared the jesus of people. this replacement, this is not just coming from some dark corner. this is the republican platform. >> laura: and 18, the democrats have been zero to run on. they are admitting that we have to go to these bizarre theories that no serious person out there
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campaigning for office is espousing. they want a secure border and a strong economy. big deal. that is what most people want. >> mollie: it is democrats who keep on saying they're going to replace republican voters with other voters. but it is actually really stupid that they thought that demographic change would harm that republican party. right now, that republican party is a multiracial working-class party. it has made tremendous gains in recent years with a wide variety of americans, different ethnicities and economic classes because it is creating policies that are appealing to those people. what we saw in the last five or six years with an embrace of protecting a border, of caring about middle-class workers, of taking on global threats to the country, of not doing these never-ending wars without a clear entrance or exit strategy. that appeals to a broad multiracial group of people. and so for them to and so for them to when this thing it is saying right now it is the worst possible moment that they could be doing it.
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>> laura: that is a great point. the hispanic vote is exploding for the gop and registrations are up across the board. charlie, i should say that there is a lot more from what we are calling biden's 48 hours of hell. the pathetic use of the buffalo tragedy to smear tens of millions is of americans and lead to get the city's mayor, reeling from pain and suffering there. he did make some astonishing remarks. >> hate on social media and radicalizing people on social media has to end. certainly that played a large part in this massacre that occurred in buffalo, new york this past saturday. >> laura: rhetoric that is inside lean -- inciting violence, we know that is not protected by the first amendment. he went on in those comments to states that it should have -- there should be no person who
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espouses that, basically on line. the promise, how would that work, exactly? what is hate speech to one person may not be hate speech to another as we can see from the protests in the street. it is so despicable and to think about what kind of monsters take a horrible tragedy like this, a personal tragedy to the breaks everybody's hearts. takes a tragedy like this and uses it to advance some weird local agenda that they have got going. you have got to be really, really messed up in the head to see an opportunity to see this as an opportunity to do that kind of thing. but look at the polk two biggest agenda items, playing race politics and global warming which are both the fearmongering really discussing tactics and the reason they do that, the ret democrats resort to the is because they have no hope of actually fixing any of the real problems that affect people's lives. and in fact, they have made them
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worse and those things are destruction from it. and going back to "hannity" team's played about the republican party today, the reason so many hispanic voters have come to the republican party is because they believe in a secure border, too and think about this. how racist is it that you have an entire democrat party who believes, okay you are a hispanic voter? therefore you must love open borders. that is the most racist thing i have ever heard. i know plenty of -- yeah, i know. i know plenty of hispanic voters. they want a secure border as much as anybody else. >> laura: you bet. i want to get to this point about what chuck schumer said about one particular republican senator. watch. >> one member of the other side chose to make a show and obstruct the ukraine funding. we know full well he did not stop the passage. to stop funding for political motives is to only strengthen putin's hand.
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>> laura: mollie, some republicans art sync something almost similar to what schumer said about rand paul. everyone has to be for $40 billion going out the window to ukraine? >> mollie: what he wanted was, if we are going to spend this money could there be some accountability for how it has been. tremendous amount of money and this is not the first tens of billions that we have send to ukraine. they will be asking for even more funds to come and nobody is debating how it is going to be spent, what accountability there will be, what is the strategy for how this money is to be used and whether it is in ukraine's best interest or this country's best interest to have this kind of escalation. >> laura: mollie, charlie, great to see both of you. and remember, you have to set your dvr so you never miss the "the ingraham angle." next votes are still being
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counted in pennsylvania. is that race keeps getting tighter. we will have the latest. we will speak exclusively to dave mccormick, is battling dr. oz. stay there.
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♪ ♪ >> we are going to win this campaign. we can see the path ahead. we can see victory at the head and it is all because of you. so, thank you, pennsylvania. >> i am confident that we will win. we have the ability in pennsylvania to fight for the soul of this country. >> laura: lesson to senate gop primary is still too close to the cultic totaled no budget with dr. oz and dave mccormick individual time. this in a trigger. it is like an automatic recount. we are likely not going to know that winner until early june. now could not many people know pennsylvania's politics better than my next guest, selena dedo. thanks for being with us. before we get into the surprises from last night. take us through where the outstanding vote will come from.
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>> so the outstanding vote will come from lancaster. but there's also a lot of military ballots and still some mail-in ballots that will be coming in with in the next day or two. so you know, i would keep my eye on the -- and lancaster county. but also just to look at the military in particular from allegheny county where mccormick has done very good worry -- very, very well to understand what is going on in this election. >> laura: we see that political election projections are things that cnn is reporting that beaver county absentees with mccormick knitting 217 votes. that closed a margin earlier today. and that is a small -- relatively small county. but the thought is i guess on a lot of these mail-in ballots he
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is outpacing oz. >> salena: mccormick did very well in that last and if you know anything about this conservative populist movement and sort of comes from pennsylvania. actually really beginning in 2006, when republicans lost the house. but yourself voters becoming more antiestablishment, right? and moving towards for a different candidate. and so his energy has come from the west. so as you look at some of these counties, they still have some outstanding either mail-in ballots or military ballots. those benefit mccormick. this is going to be incredibly tight result. however, if you ask me tonight, those whose campaign i would want to be in, it will probably be mccormick's. >> laura: so even though right now down by what is the exact number? by 1200 votes? what is it?
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>> salena: yes. [overlapping speakers] >> laura: wild. we will see how it goes. salena, we love having you on. thank you make a joining me now is one of those candidates, everyone has their eyes on right now, dave mccormick, exclusively on "the ingraham angle." thanks for being with us tonight. i know you are exhausted. this is not, and neck between you and oz right now vicki gottlich -- he got the back end from trump. you wanted it and it did not get it. with these absentee vote at least right now, you seem to be outpacing because if that holds, what would you do to secure that? >> secretary mccormick: good evening. it is great to be it is great to be with you. i'm excited about where we are. a couple days before the election, i think i was unable show. i told you that even though i was not -- it was not showing up in the polls, i felt huge excitement. that definitely showed up
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yesterday and i was really pleased. it was a record turnout in pennsylvania, as you sent with the three leading candidates all running on an american first agenda. and our campaign had put a lot of energy and time into focusing on these absentee voters and focusing on our ground game and so that has paid off. big dividends and there's a huge number of evident -- absentee ballots which we are winning disproportionately enter is what i have a lot of confidence that i'm going to win this. there's tens of thousands of outstanding absentee ballots and i will win those disproportionately and that is what you saw happen over the last 12 hours or so, is mehmet oz's lead got cut by more than half because of the absentee ballots that came in. >> laura: in the last hour, on kennedy's show, oz appeared. we will play part of it.
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>> sean: this election is ours. we have done well. >> dr. oz: this election is ours. we have done well. >> secretary mccormick: i see it differently. we will figure this out soon enough. i think what happened was really a groundswell of support for me and i'm really pleased with where things stand. if you look at buses -- what has happened today, what i've been saying and i said last night when we sort of shut down for the evening, i said that there are tens of thousands of absentee ballots that will be counted and when they are counted, i am hoping to take the lead. we are on that path and i think it will be a great moment for folks pennsylvania and a great moment for our party because it allows us the opportunity once we resolve this to bring a great party together. i look forward to doing that. i think there's a great opportunity to bring our party together event it in the america first agenda. i can go into november and beat john fetterman. there's lots of independence and
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conservative democrats who are deeply offended by the extreme liberal socialist agenda and that is an opportunity for us as republicans to consolidate that part but i have been a number of democrats that came into our party because of president trump and there's more opportunity there. >> laura: the new thing and we alluded to discuss federman's a popular. >> has a sweatshirt, sweatpants, shorts, athletic shorts, officially, we wish him well. recovering from his defibrillator insertion. but do you buy that, that he is going to fight for the everyman? i believe he just send out a thank-you tweet to joe biden for all his help. >> secretary mccormick: i wish him well as you do and i look forward to seeing him on the campaign trail. no. i don't think it is authentic. i think that there's a history there of a kite that, you know, went to harvard and has a trust
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fund and ultimately is going to have to defend the extreme policies of joe biden which have been a failure. they have not just been a failure for folks republicans. they have been a failure for all pennsylvanians and all americans. you can't run away from that. it is obvious with the inflation numbers. it is obvious with the fentanyl crisis it we have in pennsylvania and john fetterman is going to have to own that. >> laura: federman is going to be -- fetterman is going to be a vote for chuck schumer. j.p. morgan is saying that gas prices will surpass six dollars a gallon nationwide by august. that sent shutters down shivers down everybody's spine today. what would that mean for pennsylvania's? >> secretary mccormick: the first thing i learned at west point was accountability. as a leader. the thing that really offends me
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about what is happening in gas prices is joe biden is trying to blame it on putin when it is the direct consequence of these terrible policies that have made as energy dependent. we when overnight under president trump from being energy exporters and on away to energy dominance to being energy dependent and you know disc of course. it hurts all of us but it hurts working families. in pennsylvania and across our country that worse. it hurts small businesses. it is an absolute disaster. it is also one of the main drivers of inflation which is the silent -- that is putting a huge burden on pennsylvania's as well. >> laura: when you start to lose jeff bezos on the inflation issue as a democrat, you know it is not going well for you. all right, dave? if you pull ahead and if it fits, we expect you back on.
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this is a fascinating race and we are on it every night. so thank you so much. >> secretary mccormick: i will be back. thank you. >> laura: here's a clip for tonight's "wit's end" segment. you got to go on social and send me your answers. which deceased country start is still raining down hits? tweet me your guesses at angle ankrum or go to truth social. the people speak out on that johnny depp trial and are we sure biden has control of the baby formula issue? raymond arroyo has "seen and unseen" next.
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>> laura: it is time for albert "seen and unseen" segment. we turn to raymond arroyo. we start with a national obsession. >> raymond: the johnny depp defamation trial. while much of this strikes me as extraneous, since it doesn't really touch on the definition
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charges, the trial has become something else. two movie stars trying to convince the public that they are the wrong party. depp was compelling. amber heard, not so much. i will give you this week's "shades of amber." >> scared. >> speculation. >> you can hear. >> i do not want to hurt him. don't call me a liar. that is all i said. just don't call me a liar. >> raymond: the theatrics. i'm not sure if it is working or not. since the public is the real jury in this depp trial, i asked people on the street their thoughts. who do you believe? and be heard or johnny depp --
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amber heard or johnny depp? >> absolutely johnny depp. >> absolutely. she is lying. >> johnny depp expect johnny depp. >> i have not gotten one amber heard all day. i don't believe any of them. i think we should be worried about our own lives and to me depict if you're going to be with 70, i guess any depth. >> really cut off his finger? >> you are right about his finger? did you see what happened in that bed? -- the bed? no matter how many lawsuits, this one is likely to hurt her reputation more than her pocketbook. performance that is. >> laura: yeah. and the people have spoken. decided that depp is more convincing. >> raymond: i hope amber heard does not have a master guard, laura.
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>> laura: why is that? >> raymond: because esther card is considering facial recognition -- mastercard is considering facial the condition. mastercard, they can't protect your health from fraud. you will give them biometric data of your face. this is terrible. we should not be doing this at all. >> laura: no. i'm not for that biometric facial tracking by mastercard. before we go, the president is invoking the defense production act as a way to kind of he thinks of the baby from the crisis. right? >> raymond: don't worry. i'm sure the formula crisis is good as solved. president biden has been on the phone with form lawmakers. this is a glimpse of his high-powered meeting, deceit of the white house. what the intensity. >> president biden: how are you? thanks for taking the time to speak with me. ♪ ♪
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tell me how things are going and your factory and something you would like to be doing that would be helpful. >> raymond: he is literally reading the questions of the cards. he seems to have no grasp of what he is even discussing. i mean, i don't think the president really engaged until he realized the court might be a shortage of ensure. we got to fix this. this is how biden wrap things up. listen. >> president biden: thank you very much for your cooperation. and again, anything in the next week, month, anything you think we should be doing or not, please call. >> raymond: yeah, he called them tonight and announced that he is taking federal control of formula suppliers as well as manufacturers. i mean, this is a crisis that was caused by his fda, his administration and the post low roll on closing down that affect treat me michigan and having no
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plan when they shut it down. now it is going to cost them millions to fix it. he has this once operation fly formula. you know? or yeah. operation fly from left to wing in formula from other countries. but it sounds like he is providing nutrition to flies. i believe it there. >> laura: we need a defense production act for that triple bid. watch. >> checks and balances in russia and the decision of one-man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of iraq. i mean, of ukraine. iraq. anyway. >> raymond: oh, boy. oh, boy. >> laura: a case of the tongue lies minds of the heart.
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i like the shoulder shrug. raymond, thank you. two weeks ago, we showed you that absolutely horrific video of dakota early being shot three times in the head and into effect by chicago thugs. we have rendered information including what the suspects were doing right before this happened. the sucking update in moments. -- shocking update in moments.
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♪ ♪ [screaming] [sound of gunfire] >> laura: less than two weeks ago, we brought you that heartbreaking story of dakotah earley. he was ambushed on the streets of chicago. suggs demanded his phone, and shot him three times in the head and back and left him for dead. he recklessly survived the attack and is recovering. we have some updates. one suspect has finally been, rolled tyshaun brownlie was charged with attempted murder and five counts of armed robbery. that day the attack and the day before it, brownlie was
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allegedly involved in four other robberies, one being just five minutes before mr. earley was tropic chicago police decided not to chase the stolen mw that this alleged attacker is. joining me now is garrett mccarthy. current police chief of when the springs, illinois. i want to be clear, i'm not blaming the officers here. it seems these chase rules about when you can chase or when you should chase involved like a big balancing test. tell us why this is problematic and it seems to be leading industries to an attempted murder. >> laura, you can boil those 13 pages down to one sentence. it is simple. book. the danger created by the pursuit has to outweigh the danger of that individual getting away.
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in this case, we seek the circumstance where obviously, this guy got away. a couple of people have paid for it dearly including obviously this young man who got shot. but i got to tell you something, the people creating these policies are not people who should be doing it and the same time, coming up with wrongheaded policies, whether it be based oe to do a report every time you run holster and point your weapon which in my book is a direct result that resulted in -- or the police reform act signed by the governor. those pale in comparison to what has happened to the landscape of policing in this country, which i believe is what happened in this particular case. you are better off not doing anything than getting involved in the officers on the street
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feel that way. close offices could have a fairly easily pursued that vehicle. it was 2:00 in the morning. maybe not as many people on the street. but they chose not to do it because you are better off not doing anything. >> laura: this is crazy. garry this is horrible. so people ask, garry, you guys are against police reform and this will help the community heal and bring people together. this is the lincoln park neighborhood. this is a tony. this is not where -- inglewood or some of these other areas that have seen obviously horrific violence. this is bleeding into all parts of chicago now. this is so upsetting. >> garry: we have surrendered the jewel of the city which is downtown. if you look that mayor has
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created a curfew for young people downtown. that is a kin to moving around the titanic inc. might look. the ship is sinking. you have to write the ship. you have to change that narrative and nobody has the audacity to stand up and say it. these young men and women are literally dying as a result of these policies the politics and the narrative about police in this country day after day. and it has to change. >> laura: apparently mr. earley, even his jaw wired shut part of his leg was amputated. these are horrific injuries. but he was able to point out the suspect in a lineup just with his hand but he was able to do that. his mistake, garry, it was that he could not get his cell phone passcode out fast enough. i guess the assailant was not happy about that.
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>> garry: no, he was not. that is the nature of these individuals today. the number of guns that were recovered in millennium park, i believe it was seven guns were recovered. i'm stunned by officers that are done -- the guns were being passed back and forth. they were meant to try to get the individuals. they were overwhelmed by the crowd. we have a real problem in chicago and law and order has to be turned otherwise the city is going to -- >> laura: garry. thank you very much for your statements. remember, the "wit's end" clue, tweet me your guesses at ingraham angle. we will see if you get them right. big promises. small promises. cuddly shaped promises. each with a time and a place they've been promised to be. and the people of old dominion never turn away a promise.
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