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. go to laura all proceeds for the month of may will be donated for freedom matters to the shoreline soup kitchen and pantry. thank you for watching this special edition of "the ingraha angle." it's america now and forever. greg gutfeld takes it all from here. ♪ look at that, we are number one again, again, happy friday, everyone. it's almost the weekend. i can tell because cats liver hung up its do not disturb side i swore i would stop, but i lied . is it time to declare this
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national experiment over? the one where we handed america over to a guy who gets lost on the way from the toilet to the sink? there is not a single optimisti photo of joe biden we can find. it's all like he's got a migraine. so do we, let's assess the mess. right now we see plunging enrollment and blood public schools, even the ones were hot teachers bang the male students. people are leaving the prisons faster than actual felons leaving. gas as climbing to ten bucks a gallon, they're talking about rationing, and biden were ever further back he would be down the leg of his bellbottoms. the only formula for babies tha the dems can find is abortion. yakima thank you. which is a shame because now even men can get pregnant.
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>> what do you say a woman is? >> i believe that everyone can identify for themselves. >> okay. do you believe than that man ca become pregnant and have abortions? >> yes. click it, she's got crazy crazy eyes. >> that is going to ruin the nfl . sorry, tom brady is day-to-day with morning sickness. that's all right, education system includes, teachers are sent to fetish conferences. it's real. this as kids experience the highest rates of mental illness on record only to be taught by
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their teachers funny how being masked and lockdown will do tha to a young person. just ask the jehovah witness tied up in my basement. meanwhile, they demand investigations into domestic terror as their employer faster than chris wallace talkshow. as this goes on, next netflix the world's richest man once no says he's voting republican. at this point, george soros mus be having second thoughts. interestingly, the public seems immune to the democrats anti- republican rage. and poor nt five, the gas price are so high they have to throw shirley temple's parade let's going on here? are we realizing that philippe ain't right anymore? and is this the true definition of being woke? sleep. minus the indoor plumbing.
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smash and grabs continue unabated, drugstores shut down as this treat drug trade ramps upgrade that includes fentanyl and that rings they stole from walgreens freight i'm surprised or not honoring coupons. gang crime deterrent sections o major cities in tinoco territories and the go anywhere they want to go. our government, they believe th answer is investigating you, th fbi meaning full-blown idiots. our u.s. school board terrorist or a pronoun abuser? did you dare ask why that blue haired teacher had the communis manifesto in one hand and a toy in the other? what do either of those have to do with third grade math? and they claim we all follow th replacement theory, but only th left seems to know what that is. why? they wanted the votes, but they also want cheap labor, just lik they did back in the 1850s. >> a lot of states are heading
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towards increasing diversification for demographic changes that mean less. straight future for them pair to . >> i think because of changes i this country i think the democratic party is going to win , texas moving forward in the democratic party is going to be empowered for the next 30 or 40 years. >> texas have had this long-ter project of trying to take some red states across the sunbelt and flip them blue as demographic changes are taking place there. >> the demographic change that' happening in america right now gives the upper hand to democrats. >> so, assuming one group thank a certain way, a bunch of racis freight i list all the stuff because something's happening, call it the great awakening. unlike the media can make you insist in the real world, you make a living in the real world you make challenges every day i the real world. when the polk public clicks of the problem it's with the dashboard. in tells us more criminals and
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fewer cops equal of crime wave. that math is so simple that eve a leap couldn't mess it up. we can see it because we have the tools to see it. kids get lousy education, they blame racism. when a billionaire buys twitter he must be racist. how did this happen? when you decide patriotism is oppression, you have to replace it with something. that is identity politics, that is the replacement theory. it's like trying to replace sugar with sweet and low. the people who love sugar can tell how horrible it is right away. if your country can be forgiven east on the original sin of slavery you can't be patriotic. all you can do is destroy upright we understand our faults
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, our blessings, our need for cooperation, unity, love, w understand that identity politics offers none of that. if you don't believe that look at our competitors ratings freight that's called empirical evidence. thankfully, we are in this together and we will pull this country out of this malaise lik a fireman or a cop pulls a drowning dog out of a frozen lake we will do it whether the ill year in charge likes it or not because his popularity is s low and gas prices so high, i wonder what he thinks. look, so gas prices are up, my popularity is down, i don't care . i don't even care anymore, who cares who likes me. it doesn't matter. my wife likes me, she's a doctor . and besides, i have a friend, lady gaga, she told me when she was in high school nobody liked her. and they made fun of her. now she's lady gaga, so i will be like her.
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let's welcome tonight's guests. like a lego figurine he will immediately forget his face and just diffuse minutes. you will see spots when she leaves, katie babel it's. he is the biggest name from pennsylvania because he's the only name from, tv writer and producer, adam answer. like your carry-on luggage, she's got tough exteriors but fits and most overhead storage bins. fox news contributor kat timpf.
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>> tom, how are you doing? >> i love the new studio. >> it's fantastic. >> you know, one thing has to change, we get water, you get water and a light saber. >> i do. i get i guess this is what success looks like. one diet you one day you will taste it as well, but only if you stick by me. much like i did to that conan guy. or the guy that was his partner room for that tall weirdo? >> you know what, shot up. so tom, everything the media that would happen under trump i actually happening under biden, and it's all happening oddly at once. it feels like a great unraveling . >> that's the funny thing. it's all going wrong, and this
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is when they decide to have the conference. they invite teachers. it so weird, i don't even know any of the stuff they're doing, but the whole thing is, the thing so bad about it is they have made it normal, like now that they have teachers and the are teaching this stuff in schools, it's taken the whole mystery, years ago, if you were a ceo or a high end bond traine you would hire a woman to put o hills or step on your back or whatever they do, right? >> whatever they do. but now what are they going to do. once they make it normal, than the ceo is going to have to do something even crazier. >> i disagree, the ink year it gets, the mormon dane your extremes will become very ill actually pay women to cook you pot roast.
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i read about it was like they talked about their fetishes in some of them involve this, i thought that's only for the people that want to talk about that stuff. that's not educational for anybody. to get there was this philadelphia conference for teachers who teach kids and all of this stuff was all this. >> , and it was like i was thinking about that, i was like this is what happens when you got rid of the phone lines, right? that's where you would go and talk about this. >> i don't use the phone. >> they always had lots of charges from the 900 number. >> it was the psychic hotline. let's broaden this discussion beyond perversion. with tom here, you never know. do you feel as i do that the country is kind of waking up to the insanity going on. i think netflix, that as a liberal company, the fact that they are canning all this woke
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stuff is amazing. you didn't even have to say anything. i am so good on expanding to classier conversation that everybody just loves that. when you look at the polling numbers for joe biden with 21 percent of people saying the direction of the country is great, where these people, wher are they living, what are they doing they need to be in charge because everything else is not working out for people. you know, i think people realiz when you take a position as a company, you are alienating a number of people from business purposes they don't take that michael jordan stands. i think people are just six and be of being lectured about morals from people they don't hold themselves to the same standards whether it's covid or climate change for example, joh carrying her telling us we all need to drive electric cars and not travel, but he has a privat jet and gets to go wherever he wants, so i think everybody's
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tired of being lectured to by people think that they are mora better spread. >> i think to also i think a lo of this woke is him stuff is a luxury of good times and now they broadest into bad times an that has got to go. weird thing that i've noticed, the mainstream media is now covering hunter biden, it seems to me that now they are even deciding that joe is the wrong horse and they've got to get hi out. >> i think hunter might be the joe biden. when they do those polls, hunte biden and the anchors at cnn, that is the total people supporting joe biden. i was going to say they turned to hunter biden with the right
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guest is okay to report on time. >> i think what's happening is they are panicking because the democrats see there is no way out, i mean they had a number o opportunities, i think they're going to count on the roe v wad thing happening helping them out , but it's not moving the dial at all. there hoping any kind of thing the racism card, anything. >> it was hope to get people up for the elections because they have nothing else going for the right now. even his own party as turning against him. >> it's kind of exciting, isn't it. aren't you thrilled? it takes a lot to throw me. >> tom knows this lady. >> yeah. >> i think the problem with biden is it's a double-barreled shotgun problems because he's a empty vessel and let filled the void was focusing. if he was incompetent there might've been some moderates to
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take his place, but instead he' an empty vessel and it was replaced by something even wors which are these infantile mines who want to destroy anything that is successful. >> it's just so strange what they choose to focus on like less than 1 percent of the population is trans, and even smaller percentage of that is transmitted, even smaller than that is transmitted, people bor to women who transition to men that will get pregnant and even smaller of a percentage than that is those people who would care how you talk about pregnancy, it is such a small. i think it self-serving because it's an easier way for them to say look at how caring and compassionate we are and how much better educated and smarte i am than you are because they can't, it mathematically doesn' make sense that it's about what they say it is spread. >> i think they deliberately do not do a headcount on this because it wouldn't break tripl
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figures it's probably like ten or 12, really, of quote pregnan men, thank god they are okay. >> which okay, alright, if some may told me yet, i identify is man and i'm pregnant i would sa to any time someone tells me they're pregnant, is okay. don't invite me to the baby shower. >> please. >> what i found you can't do is walk up to a man and congratulate him on being pregnant. >> i have to say >> i'm very disappointed in all the chest feeding regnant men for not making up for it the baby formula shortage. up next, would you stab your colleague in the back over the facemask that they lack.
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>> we are back. no. to stop. it eats into my time. npr host prattle wall their employees tattle. public radio love snitches like their tote bags like stitches. this is according to an npr mem of tamed by the new york post b a parent company crisco, the memo reads, if you notice someone who has forgotten their mask, you might tell them, hey, you forgot your mask. now, in a sane world you might respond you forgot to shut up but this is crazy times, they said they can let a superior know so they can remind that person or get hr involved and
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repeat offenders could be fired. just following orders, folks. this is doubly nice considering dc dropped indoor mask in dates but if they did what people liked, they wouldn't have to be for donations. the memo also claims that employees cut unmasked should say thank you for the reminder that they are violating the rule . and then you bend over a. there is even a system where employees can anonymously snitc on each other. they aren't asking their employees to do something they wouldn't ask their listeners to do. >> for all of us, this conclude our broadcast day, remember to mask up and mask often. >> we are 100 feet away from each other and we're outside, let's go. we have dinner reservations.
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come on. put some pep in your step. you don't need a mask for that. >> the lady at npr never talks back to me. >> high. >> i don't know where to go wit this. i feel like a hypocrite. >> we are ragging on npr, but this place is crazy to. i mean, you don't even have to have covid and they will send you home. but anyway, i digress. >> you might have covid at any time, so you should just stay home all the time. just stay home in case you have covid and people snitching on
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other people. >> i know, what is this? >> i don't know, i think covid is the new where the stigma is worse than what it actually is. >> this is like, it would be really cool to be an undercover like a 21 jump streak, but, you only role is to catch people without their masks. you try to trap them by getting them to take off their mask. >> but then you'd have to be at npr all day. not particularly reasonable. >> i love that they had them memo that suggested passive aggressive behavior. they suggested you could go up to them and say i think you forgot your mask. that is the way they would deal. i used to listen to npr and i feel bad for them because i lik them because they talked so quiet. used to turn on my radio and my car and i would listen to the quiet talking people, but now i
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such a parody of itself, i flip it on occasionally in the car i the answer is always yes. but they say will be right back after this with the professor, listen to ten seconds of jazz. >> it's true, it turns out the people with the softest voices have the hardest parts. >> it's true. it's amazing these people get out take the tax money back. look, there are a lot of things that we should have a a list fo two snitch on in the office lik if you bring fish to the office if you burn popcorn in the office, there's a whole list of things that you should be allowed to snitch about and tal to hr about, this is not one of those fit. >> there are things that are done in our bathrooms. >> yes, exactly. it's like it defies any kind of
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human. it's like a bird came in there and landed and took a huge dump in there. >> i have seen things that have confused me. >> i firmly believe that people in there are who will hooping. everybody seems to know what i mean. >> who live hooping or who live hooping. >> i basically just screwed tha up. adam, last word for you, do you think that this will ever go away? >> no, and i feel like right no it's clearly no longer about science or keeping people healthy, it's about feeling better than other people. it's making yourself feel superior which is why i think people listen to npr in the first place.
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i always for bad for women. are there any women here named karen? screw the karen's. joking. npr is the official station for karen's which used to call that nosy neighbors, the next-door neighbor and bewitched, remembe her, gladys. get that man out of here. but that's what it is, it's lik with the station is, that is their brand, okay, i'm going to shut up now. up next, does identifying as a lady make a criminal smart? reat.
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allegedly murdered and antiques dealer he met on a dating app a they all do great prosecutors say he stepped a man and the face and slit his throat. terrible although this explains why my wife keeps asking me to go antiquing. but now, he is a she, and an ugly one. alex sporting a new look and revealing it transition to female. that's more convenient than the issues that become rollerskates. i love those freight the 6-foot tall 190-pound inmate is being held in rikers island center fo female detainees. we know who's getting picked first for basketball in the exercise yard bird this is happening after two women inmates got impregnated by a transgender inmate rate and the there's hannah tubbs, the child molester who also transitioned after the crime, she gained
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sympathy in an early release fo being trans after molesting a child in the bathroom. tubbs loaded after the arrest h got for the release was defende by the office of la da who now faces a recall and he should be recalled now that tubbs has bee charged with murder for a crime committed after the molestation charge. i know, i know, what is the world coming to when you can't even trust the. >> you know, cat i'm going to you first because we went back to that woman that says all you guys do is identify as a woman to be a woman in in this case all you have to do is grow your hair out you don't even have to remove your junk, he just grew his hair out and he's a woman s basically the left our saying i doesn't take anything to be a woman other than that. >> again, it takes a lot. >> me really worked up, i'm jus
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almost confused why more dudes aren't doing this. why is there a men's prison who are those guys and how are they if you look at hannah tubbs , that is that dude that does not even feel like a woman obviously. he's bragging about that. they felt bad for me because they said i was a chick that is all you need to do, why is ther a men's prison full of guys if they know all they need to say is i feel like a chick now. i'm not a women, so that is exactly right but we are seeing again as the democrats and liberals don't learn pick this
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incentivized the transition because you can get better stuff . safer surroundings. >> and they're actually hundred of transfers in california and the reason they are separate is because it is dangerous for women to be imprisoned with men and there is this complete violation of women's privacy, women's rights in their right t have their own -- and they have thrown feminism completely out the window is to say that all you have to do is grow your hairy certain way and you can be a woman women who ar imprisoned in danger by putting men in the same cells as them i think it is outrages pick they should have their own space but you can't be a woman in a manne space. you can do it with battered women's shelters of the way tha they are forcing women into these ulnar herbal positions is absolutely disgusting. >> how dare you say that. that offends me. i can deal with your beard.
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>> you know what, just the idea of prescribing beard for a male -- i apologize for that. would you identify for a woman if you killed a man pick i woul pit i like all the theoretical' that are in place. and it feels like that clearly what these people are doing. this guy never identified as a woman. the only thing he did push shop for antiques after this. and then when he got arrested, just remembered i'm a lady. >> it is wrong, tom. what say you like. >> i agree with everyone. we were, to be honest, i don't think that i would want to go t the women's prison either. look, they are pretty tough there as well.
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so i don't think -- [laughter] >> those ladies are tough. i would have to do something else. i would have to identify as something other than a woman because i can't take the women' prison either personally need a whole other situation remember andy griffith, i can stay in that jail. play the banjo. >> those were the good old days when the inmates, there was onl one they were slipping off because they were drunk or they were just a friendly guy with advice. what did you do? i chopped up my mother. something else. i miss that show. those are some good times per maybe un dilator will go watch some andy griffith. that is a wild time for tom perry coming up, at what age
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♪ said yeah, it's alright. ♪ now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood. meanwhile i'm still waiting for puberty appeared until that i'm the guy with gray hair. why am i reading jokes that insult me.
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30% said living on their own fo the first time, 20% said buying a house on 27% said getting married and another 27% said having their own bank account. and all those numbers add up to more than 100%. so i guess being able to do mat doesn't count as being an adult. do you feel like it adult like. >> i do pick i'm curious of the people who think that having a kid is less adult thing. you have responsibility for another human being beside yourself. that's probably the moment. >> i felt that way with my firs plant. and i enjoyed killing it. >> i've killed lots of plants appeared. >> what does that say about me? >> i killed a cactus once. >> he kept needling you.
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>> you deserve that. >> don't laugh. this is wholesome and clean humor. >> what about the story about society coddling kids too much. i felt like an old dude when i first 17 singing a barbershop quartet. the world is perverse. i can't blame young people because old people are acting like adolescents. we have people in their 50s and 60s dancing on tiktok and then kindergartners going t drink cream story our. it adds toast you can't blame young people. everyone is having an extended adolescence. people are pretty gillespie it is time that we wake up. be adults. >> you know, i feel like i'm
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still a child at heart, but tha is because all i eat our child' hearts. >> i'm glad you direct that at me. you consider yourself an adult? most of the time in my opinion you are not it's interesting because i feel the same way and i do feel like an adult. when i got married i did all th stuff where you have the weddin and i filled out the papers and then when i got this thing in the mail, i fussed like, oh, my gosh, i work. okay. i don't even know where mine is. >> i don't either. doesn't make sense because we are living longer and 30 is the new 13? >> first of all i think one of the markers of being an adult should be filling out us survey
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from a mattress company. i think it is all these people are living at home for a while now. i know people that never leave their parent's house when you have a kid, it is like watch ou for the terrible twos. they're not like watch out for the unemployed 37. if they are there, you know why they are there they are just trying to outlive you. it is like they are betting against you outliving them. that is what i would do. i'm thinking if my kids want to stay, you are part of the problem. i don't think people like their kids to leave. they are like, no, stay home could you want them to be successful and then when they are rich, buy them a new house where everybody can live
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the choice for attorney general is clear. democrat rob bonta has a passion for justice and standing up for our rights. bonta is laser focused on protecting the right to vote and defending obamacare. but what's republican eric early's passion? early wants to bring trump-style investigations on election fraud to california, and early says he'll end obamacare and guard against the growing socialist communist threat.
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eric early. too extreme, too conservative for california. out-of-state corporations wrote too conservative an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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he is the story, a disgusting one in five words. katie. i battled my demons off with th story, whether we should actually do this because i don' know why it makes me just lose hope for the world. apparently she spilled boos on herself. she was capital like drunk. i would say that i'm not an expert in this. may be she thought it was i mask .
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who hasn't made that standard. i think that she's a brilliant entrepreneur. 's not exactly like in a line o work where publicly doing something disgusting with your underwear is going to be bad fo business. explained to people at home wif only and is. >> that already know. i didn't know until you told me. could i have one of those if i just of all my wholesome activities? i think you could because back in the 90s when you for stripping, to go by -- i doubt that is on me. i criticize this woman like
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everyone else and then i realized when john mcafee got arrested, i called him a hero. like you are calling out your own inner hypocrisy right now. who knows what happens. >> adam, what is your thoughts on this controversial disgustin topic that i'm wondering if we should have ever done on the show and will i have to meet with management on monday. >> two her credit, if you are somebody whoever wants someone else to wear a mask -- i am so over the mask mandates. i saw that and i would be like will wear my mask one last time. you know, kat, what if you were sitting behind her.
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would you have said anything? i would've filmed and gotten clicks for myself pick it is so win-win for everybody. everybody wins. i don't think that everybody wins i think the whole world is falling apart. and flying especially has turne into the greyhound greyhound bu to expect yes, it is. expect that is not true. cue have not spent time on a greyhound bus picked i have at it is not the same. it was not greyhound. i am living in my own little world right now. can you keep that thing on. i love that thing. you'll keep it on that whole time. what is wrong with it. i don't trust what comes out of that hole.
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i've been saying that about you for years. walked into that one. all right. we are going to be flying together sooner we are going to be talking about that parent that is just a break, you and me . don't go away. we will be right back with more. (♪ ♪)
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"gutfeld".com for to be have time? look at you. shannon bream is next. time greg gutfeld and i love you . >> bret: welcome to fox news that night. i'm shannon bream in washington. breaking tonight, hope week of whiplash for the five administration for sad news on many fronts. insert -- including a surge that he canno lift title 22 as planned. some parents wondering if they will be able to feed their


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