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unfortunately, that is all the time we have left this evening. as always, thank you for being with us. please remember to set your dvr. we hopewe you never miss ane episode of hannity. don't forget o the latest news information. all you need to know go to fox news dot hannity .com and in the meantime, let's not your heart's in trouble. laura ingraham isha up next .♪ how to break that ? i'm laura ingram . this is ingraham angle from washington tonight . thankse e for joining us . we have a lot to say about president biden's incoherent and divisive gun grab addressvi and moments with congressman thomas massie and a mother who used her gun h to defend her home from an intruder. and that's going to happenen in moments. but first, latinos against liberalism. >> that's the focus of tonight's angle. now it seems like just yesterday when the conventional
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wisdom repeated endlessly on the airwaves wasrw that trump era republicans kind of risk losing hispanic voters for ever and even having this conversation sends a powerful signal. they're doingsi high fives in te clinton campaign right now when they hear this , the things he is saying that is turning off are turning off large blocs of voters, hispanic voters, nobodyof in republican party knows what donald trump's immigration policies other than that it's hard line which turns off hispanic voters. hispanics have been trendingtyty republican for years. what hasas turned them around hs been this hard line immigration. >> now indeed, democrats thought they had the latino vote in the bag forever. just throw them a few cliches about how we're a nation of immigrants and then humor them with meaningless gestures or as it's now called, hispan during papademos a total sloganeer, kenyas say pentagon infamous infamous summer hurricane sandy amando galloper
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solok on the stepto denise medicine gomel humanos. we would like to suggest you on a inacceptable s president. they are attackable demon available immigrant inacceptable fauci say[f rodway it'sh great to be back with all of you. el-sayed mondego that's about as good as i get . >> well it was right aboutat that . that is about as good as itbo gets of them empty rhetoric and bad spanish now more latinos are t on the democrats game today, although biden did winen 61% of their vote last go around. donaldgo trumpmp actually grew his support by eight percentage points nationwide amongst latinos. and as vox noted last year in many of the districts that flipped from dem to republican in 2020 latinos were at least 17% of the electorate. it turns out that hispanic voters didn't really care if
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you speak spanish, they care about results. in con and biden and the democrats in congress, they're obviously not delivering results among latinos. the president's approval rating now stands a stunningly low 26% if you're nancy pelosi, there's not enough designer ice creamam in the freezer to make that go. down any the issues of latinos care about are also the issues that the rest of us care about.o inflation is the top concern with jobs in the economy coming in second and guess who theyon think is better on the economy and inflation? >> the well, according to an ipsos survey among latinos, republicans edged democrats twenty four to nineteen and notable is that back in december there's noo difference between the two parties . deteri so things have only deteriorated in these past three months. we seeth that leadingic more hispanics to ask important questions mpaycy ck actually keeping up with the increased cost of livingwith? can my kids get a good
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education or are things better or worse than they were, let's say in twenty nineteen oror do i have the money to fill my tank this week and where amwh i going to get next? can a baby formula they don't seem to like the answers they're hearing on any of those questions but we know about federal efforts to improve the stock rates nationwide. >> have these shipments from other countries made a dent? so that's the thing. be instead of getting better, it's slightly worse is during the week of may th 22nd, about 74%4 of formula was out of stock. wow. and the tweets they're not working either. biden says his plan tobi tacklee inflation that latinos care so much about. it's a simple plan. let the fed do its job lower costs and keep reducing the deficitg . this up. i kid you not you cannot make this up. they have to know that none of this is going they have to know that none of this is going to work because they believe it. exploiti
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so nowng they hope that exploiting tragedy is going to work and doing spanish language ads for gun control. dios mio still beadell.ow so how can the democrats be so s ignorant and so smug at the same time they literally cannot fathom that latinoot voters actually think for themselveses. the daughter of well-known liberal jorge ramos, her name is heyler did an entire show on the topic for msnbc. she seemed shocked by what hispanic voters told her onhi a wide rangesp of issues, including why they switched from dem totc republican .ican r one of the things that we found throughout the entire trip is w that almost every single person that we talk to, every single one of them was a former democrat believea that they had to beat the democrat at least the heart of what is driving many of these latino voters,me this disenchantment with the democratic party. and yes, i think thesese cultue wars and what you're seeing nowe is sort of uncovering these very innate social conservative have. that many latinosos >> and maybe now with trump they feel okay saying that with pride.
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well, the interviews she did were actually really revealing. it turnsly out the latinos want schools to teach, not ones that indoctrinate. al >> i have six kids in total. two little ones are currently homeschooling. i pulled them outul ofth schoom 2020 one while there was a lot going on but 2020 for me was what i like to call my political awakening. i have never beenen politically inclineded ever.i grew up my father was so i grew up hearing about a lot to do with politics in possible communist takeover and all this craziness . t but in my mind i always thoughtt was just my dad and his from you know, from being a political prisoner. sopolitical i always shied awaym that . i actually resented it. there s but i feel that 20 20 there waa no denying what was going on and for me it hit most with the children.n. what are they learning
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what are they learning here that they're not learning ? school for me it's safety.he so i know that they are not going to learn certain positions like what ? for example, i don't have anything against the lgbtq community at all. i don't think the kids should have it's pushed on them. >> i love that ominous music played on that clip for a while, but it is kind of common sense. latinoswhile, don't want theirs groomed in the classroom. shocking. well, at least it was for the former rnc chief turned poser for a paycheck, michael steele. >>l i mean, are you know or have they always been anti lgbt on cue or are they suddenly discovering that the talking doing itin was because we want to protect the children? oh , how could you dare protect the children? because democrats don't seee ch the freight train coming down the track with hard working, god fearing hispanic voters
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riding in it.. don't if they don't seesee that , then they're going to get wiped out by a group that they wanted topl simply throw together with other minorityy w voters, take them for granted by the bright lights. pelosi and schumer should haveve paid attention to what happened in virginia last november. and jason morris, they elected the state's first hispanic w attorney general. but while the swamp remained tone deaf and stuck in their old paradigms, morris focused on commonn sense and crime. but instead of giving latinos pragmatic solutions to the problems plaguing their communities, democrats gave them a new nickname. >> latino students are more likely to borrow money to go to college. it's also hard as well to get a tenex vaccinated as i've had the chance to meet with latino leaders no matter where i connect with latino communities. one thing is certainin latin families are feeling squeezed to the breaking point. ns
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it turns out that actual latino voters hate the term, according to a new survey by echelon insights. . how embarrassing the republicans message to ou latino voters here should be pretty straightforward and cleard . if you want a better life for your children, a chance for a thriving businesss, safer streets, real respect for your faith and valuesls and schools that teach without propaganda, then say goodbye toa the democrat party . if you want a future though fou your kids, that leaves them nd g onment checks stay with biden's screw up. absolutely. the truthbiden's is the liberale really like you. they just use you and they talk down to you every single campaign season. they think you're stupid. we think you're smart and angle shooting me now as monica de la cruz, who is a republican candidate for texas's 15 congressional district and jesse hoglan, who is the founder of lexcen, which is the latino exit from
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the democrat party monaca, they want to blame this on the culture wars, but the issues that latinos repeatedly say they care most abouttino inflation and the economy, jobs. >> t why aren't the democrats seeing this ? look, the democrats have a history of ignoringwh what hispanics really want and what they want is to protect their family. they want more in orderfa. they want to be able to protectt their faith and they love this country and believe in the american dream. the democrats do not seeat this and that's why democrat like myself aremy not only walking away from the democrat party but they'reic running away from the democrat party . jesse , the fact that latino voters arere giving biden a twenty six percent approval rating. i mean, you can you can sense
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the shockwaves in washingtonth when that poll came out likeo no, that can't be true. does it seem accurate to you where you stand? very accurate. i see that all over and i live over here in liberal l.a. because there's not so muchat as we're leaving the democrat party , the democrat d o party t us . not. you said earlier we're not cool with this leftism whataboutism because because most latinos are catholicftis or christian ,r we're god fearing people. we have a love for god. so we're totally against that . so that's what we're trying to push especially after election . we're trying to go back to our roots that latinos to focus on your godly moral values, focus on your faith armonica. i want to play another moment from pela ramos. here's what she's explaining about what latina momsxp told her in florida and what a lotid of these latina moms are saying ,regurgitating many of the same talking points you probably heard in virginia thereeably in highly critical re theory, their anti lgbtq issues being taught in schoolss and tie
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covid protection. ca >> well,ught monica, their proe kind of traditional values which again the left looks down with, with derision. >> ths exactly right. they are pro traditionat's, famy values.want they want their kids to learn t about traditional family values. well, what's mostan upsettingmo right now for moms is that they're worried about just simply putting food on the table. gas prices are going up. some moms are not even able to find the baby formula of their choiceth. but the everyday living has become a struggle for american families. and in texas, 15 hour american energy is under attack. this is the way people feed their families here in texas, 15 and in south texas. well, the school closure issue,l jesse , is so still so present
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in the minds of parents becausef they're seeing what happened to kids who were kept out ofut schools for so o long with masks and everything else. the latino community on that issue i think exploded foris the republicansu. gh >> your thoughts on that? that exactly because we seeth the communist push even likeey what they're trying to do with a gun grabgr. we we're against them.are pr we're pro second amendment and we know because weo- see e know about coming of communism and corrupt government. so we see what they're doingdo with all that with the lockdowns and all of that . th and we're totally against allat of that stuff. that's why we leave. that's why we flee our country is because of this stuff. so like you said, and then plus all like you said, so many of, us lost our jobs but yet we see pelosi and all of them eating at restaurants. the hypocrisy, we're just waking up for it.t. and then a lot of it too is we're waking up from a fake media. they're not able to manipulate us before like they were in thei
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past among latinos we know and don't trust the fake us anymore. in fact,onica, this issue of the school closures came up really briefly today at the white house briefing room . we had the covid spokesperson and the white house press secretary s watch how this was handled, whose will and must be open this coming forward. you have to go and fight in order to schools and they are not committing to schools staying open this fall.that was that was clear .cu that was cut off for a reason. s monicaon, what would that do to hispanic parents? all parents obviously across h this country. >> look, may was just a month to mental health awarenessme and we saw the devastatingnt effects of school closures on our children. this is something that parents, grandparents, aunts must takees seriously. keepmust t schoolsak open, but we must also protect and have
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security to protect our children. as jesse said, hispanics believe in law and order. we believe in the second amendment because there are many familiesam who are fleeing a historic south americantr country where there is no law and order. and so we must protect ourec children in schools and we must open the schools and keep them open for our children. jesse , you mentioned the issue of guns today. axios reported that some latinoe democrats say their party needsy a spanish language campaign to counter gop messaging and misinformation around guns and other threats to democracy. i guess they're talking aboutmo januarycr six .go isin that going to affect the vote, do you think? january six and the gun an ak 47 weapons or war , all that ? not at all because like i said earlier, we're prosecutivell.
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and i call the sister just said we know about these corrupt communism and all that stuff. o so we we want our guns and wefl want it so it's not going to fly., and like i said, we're waking we're not being bamboozled no more like they did in the past by because a lot of people t don't know that the spanishhae channels can be as bad as they use cnn and all and they're total propaganda. so that's why us and other conservatives were pushing real stuff out c. soso latinos are getting a different view. so that's what they're scared of. like me, i'm a perfect example. i'm an ex gang member from l.a. follow with the california lifelong democrat and i left the democrat party before in the past you would have never seen that in the past. but that's just goes to show that we're tired. yeah, we're not intoin this liberal left leaning. we're pro-gun. we're pro family. look ar where did it lead? i mean, we look around you looks at the cities, what's happening? it's leading leading to utterng destruction and despair for
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people from all backgroundsnd and especially those who are most ats risk. monica and jesse, i have a feeling we're going too be having this conversation going a lot. so thanks so much for joining us . and remember, if you can't watch live well if you must but set your dvr foror series record so you don't miss us every weeknight at 10 p.m. but upn next , biden's big gun grab goes primetime. congressman thomas massie's here. he's going to tell us what democrats in congress are trying to pull off. plus a mom plus, a mom who used a gun to defend her home from an intruder. >> she tells her story next . really talking about something that involves every american they don't want or know. they didn't really accuse you of betraying the country. what the hell was that ? the only way out is there's no getting out of it in the world crtv you must enter through a really up childhood if you believe in 70% you are definitely not the good guy. were you ever afraid public should have to wait for tonight ? what tucker carlson would you
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medicine on social media and if an online pharmacy stays, this is not about taking away anyone's gunss. it's not about vilifying government gun owners. in fact, we believe we should w be treated responsible gun owners as an example about every gun owner should behave well. the truth is ninety nine point nine nine percent of lawful gun owners no exact how to behave and handle a weapon. but joe doesn't care. he just wanted to opine about doing something and offer the same unsuccessful solutionso we've heard for years.. >> we should reinstate the assaultr weapons ban, high capacity magazines that we passed in nineteennert ninety four with bipartisan support in congress and theis support of law enforcement.
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nine categories of semi-automatic weapons were included in that ban like ak 47 and ar 15s and the ten years it wast law mass shootings went down 4th. a 200404 study for the justice department found that the bans impact on gun violence was mixed at best.e on the report went on to note that assault weapons were rarely used in gun crimes but e the president wasn't done extolling the ways that he'll rip away your rights. >> fort hood, texas, 2009 30 dead and more than 30 injured. marjorie stoneman douglas. high school in parkland, florida. twenty eight seventeen dead. seventeen injured in both places. countless others suffering with invisible wounds. red flager laws could have stopped both these shooters. well, red flagg aren't just constitutionally suspect. they have also proven to y' be ineffective. new york has red flag laws't and sadly it didn't stop the buffalo shooting last month
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and connecticut likewise has red flag laws and that didn't l stop the horrific tragedy at sandy hook. so a speech was the latest in a long line of nakedlyol political ones by the president who is drowning politically worse, it was justt disgusting exploitation of the murder of er nineteen children last week. joining me now is congressman thomas massie who serves on the house judiciary committeeco. da a big hearing today, congressman, which part of tonight's speech did you find most offensive? basically all of it. i mean,aw the red flag lawsoi that's doing awayng with due process in this country. >> but they say if there'sha a flag on someone for certain behaviors, once they show that they don't have those behaviors, the gun you can petition to get your gun back , you're laughing. yeah, and that doesn't always b happen. you don't get an attorney appointed to you. it's not likeot a real court and there's already laws in all 50 states that would let you adjudicate this and take away somebody's guns.
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but those laws involve a mental health expert. they involve a lawyer for the person who's beings accused red flag. let's turn that all around.d. and they end up with these early morning raids on people that are just going to be irritated and frustrated and there's noo help for them after they're they're harassed. there was another moment from. >> i want to play once we should repeal the liabilityit shield law often protects gun manufacturers are being sued for the death and destruction caused by their weapons. > the only industry in this country that has that kind ofnt immunity that's i think that the pharmaceutical company, the vaccine are really the gun manufacturers can be sued ifnu they're a product is defective product liability for product liability for defective just like foror a car. but if somebody misuses a car, the car manufacturers not you know, oh , they want to shuthe down the gun companies that they hurt tobacco. so it's the same analogy
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that they use. >> and that's actually they know that is the quickest way to put gun manufacturers out of business is to open them up to f frivolous lawsuits. this is about politics. orthhe basically made the point that if these things aren't done or at leastthin some of ths aren't done, then the voters should take it out on you and other republicans wantt nrcc we have the sound bite. i really but he basically said that , you know, enough is enough to make this issue central to your vote. a yeah. and youhe know, we had a hearing today that lasted 10 hoursut where the democrats in the house are going to put a smorgasbord of things that don't work in front of senators in the senate and trye to get some the weak kneed republicans to bite on that. but what was clear todaylear inr hearing and i think also in joe biden's speech is that they're not serious about ending school shootings, but they are serious away. nkingg what do you say they're not serious about ending school shootings because none of their solutions would work if they really were serious, they would quit advertising our
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kids as being gun free zones. the schools that have gotten away from advertising that the schools that have posted signs that said our staff is armed and they're willing to use force to stop somebody from hurting our kids, those schools have never seen a message. i think ramos would have beenou stopped by theld i think that these shooters go select . they they are they're evil but they're not stupid and they are cowards. but they are trying to run up a body count and if they know they're going to be shot when they go in there, they're not going to try it. one of the issues that were discussed today, the possible measures, anti gun measures would a perhaps pass in the senate if you had to predict right now the raising the age, maybe raising the age not just for hours but any semi-automatic shotgun or rifle that has the biggest chance but the scariest one they proposed today was that you have to store your firearms in a way that's federally approved and if you don't, they can come in andapap that could be a pretd for taking your gun if your ifpr your gun is not stored in a way
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that we haven't described yet. right. okay, congressman, we'll be following the thanks for joining us tonight. gloria, i don't think there is m a single incident and maybe there's one , but i've not foundbe o one of an assailant ug an assault weapon that was stopped by a person with a gun. so this is a maybe there's one of the thousands and thousands and thousands of shootingsth. >> that was congressman david cicilline. i was picking up on an t effort that's persisted over the last week or so, the mocking of, th the idea that good people with guns can defend themselves and if necessary, protect others. and contrary to the congressman's point, there are numerous examples of guns being used to keep people safe, the one from my next guest, val evans. now val was home alone when than two and a half year old daughter with their daughter when a man started banging on her door, eventually breaking it in two places. she called 911. one grabbed her gun and heard a loud crash. n
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the intruder got in and was running toward her full speededr val was a good gal with a gun. joins me now. >> val, what happened next was he was running towards me. i fired one and he still continued to come towards me. soi i fired again and he finalt went d down and i was able to stop himim from whatever he was going to do and i was able to t hold him thereo until the polici arrived cooperative with them. p i dider exactly as they told me to put my gun down when asked what this is in constant communicationcons with them and that was that someone once described responsible female gun owners as the great equalizers in a world where crime sadly happens and because you're obviously would be overpowered most women by a man with any level of force. so in your case it was the equalizer protected you and your family, correct?and yo correct. >> so what do you say to peopley
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who believe now that there are too many guns out there and theu best thing to do is even repeal the second amendment even though the others other times will say, oh , no, no, that's not that's not what this is all about. >> you know, it's it's not something that i particularly come into contact with too muchy in my circle. most everybody is the same as me and everyone knowsws my story and they know why it's important is the second then it was repealed. my husband is a police officer. i'm a law abiding citizen. i would not be able to havebe my gun and several people have proven if you have to get your gun from the state when it's locked up the way that they want you to lock itt up that second and second counts in this situation, i think it was something like 90 seconds, my friend and i. wewe times ourselves getting our guns out of our system. 90 seconds that it took you to get ready to fire and i wouldn't have had that .
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i would not have had that . oh , you heard what the congressman just said that gun storage requirement in what would be new legislation if they could get at pass through the senate. i mean, that would that would make it in some cases i guess could be a felony or multiple misdemeanors felony if you've stored incorrectly, even if you don't use itus and then maybe a pretext for people were taking the gun. right? that's what i worry about because like i said, a second count, that hallway was reallyly short. he was just s a couple of secone from, you know, overpowering me, getting past me, getting tob my you know, my daughter in her room behind me terrified and i i can't imagine what it wouldad have done if i had to get it out of out of the safe as ae lock load the ammunition. it'sam it's not practical and it's it's taking away our rights and you know, i may not be here today if i had to do d that . my daughter may not be hereo today. she's about to turn ten this year and she may not be here
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had i not been able to protect it with my second amendment right. i can't tell you how many times it's a judiciary committee hearing today on capitoljue hil with a mock the idea of the good guy. they said guy a good guy with a gun. that's a mess. they kept saying that right over and over and over again and my producers like this is to just hit this one issue because it's so insulting and it's false once again, it's false. val, i'm so glad that you werepr proficient in firearm use. you understoodou how to use a gn and you weren't afraid to use it when you were in imminent bodily danger. and we really appreciate your story. thank you so much. okay, here's a clue. tonight's wits end segment, it's going towi be revealed the answer at the end of i the show what is a worses creature to find inside a new york city bar than a drunk? well, tweet me your guesses at engelen and we'll see if you get it right. but coming up, matt walsh's documentary what is a woman is so offensive to the left that internet trolls tried to bring down the premiere lastgh night mass here with the clipst.
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i mean what i have to go for the lyrics all these mondays on fox and watch any type of fox network hulu now forget the millennials, gen y and genze. we nowow have generation lazy. it's a group of working age americans who all things considered prefer not to worknc the covid lockdown's rent free money and free time and itm turnsan out both are pretty har. to give up. and why bother living in ath group house or scrapingtu together the cash for a studio apartment when youdi can just live with mom and dad three squares and free laundryry who can pass that up? well, according to a pew research survey, a record number of americans are back living with their parents affectionately dubbed boomerang brats. noww a staggering eighteen percent of the u.s. population is now living in multigenerational households . that's quadruple what it was in the 1970s. but it's not just their living arrangements. generation lazy isne also leadi an anti-war movement. reddit even has an entire
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community dedicated to it.n' this isn't a fringe group. it boasts almost two million members and growing and those who are working kind of prefer pjs to office tire. well, after all, when you really think about it, a a coat and tie, it's all part of the white patriarchy dresses, pantsuits, same thingtria. now the daily mail reports that apple together, which is a groupe of about two hundred apple employees, wrote an open letter. don't you loveloye condemning the company's choice to bring staffers back to its offices? the group said that the shift back to in-person will make the company younger, whiter, more male dominated, more neuroo informative. what is that ? and more ablerere bodied? >> who are we? who are we to blame now? many federal workers, of course, though including members of congress and their staffs are not even back in the office themselves. so generation z has been waiting to bust out forso some time and the lockdown's gave this group an excuse to make it forever.
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nowfore there is a one leader nt in politics but in business who may have enough swayat to kind of try to make this fad slowly dis i'm talking about tesla'sappearn musk.anyo he recently wrote that anyone who wishes to do remotene work must be in the office for a minimum and i mean minimum of forty hours per week or depart tesla. ifwe you don't show up, we will assume you have resigned. oh , i love it. enigmatic elon offers a welcome dose of sanity here and this revolt against workk ishe coming at the worst possible timee because private payrolls in may had the slowest growth of recovery thus far. that was according to adpdpat dg with small businesses taking the biggest hit and we learned today that job openings are near record highs at eleven point four million for the month of april. but apparently justap no one wants to work. just ask my next guest chefgu chef andrewes ruel, a multiunit
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restaurant owner. andrew, now you've been offering higher wages even for workers with no experience and then you're offering signing bonuses. so. what's the status of the hiring? >> look, it is a really tough market out there right now and i would even go furthererpi than the cultural piece ofzy this . look, there is yes, there's a lot of lazy people.ys there's always and lazy people out there. i don't think that is's actually what's driving a lot of this . i think that what's driving this right now is is that and it's kind of a reverse piece of this . the large corporations have effectively merged with the government and they're out there kind of doing this superficial virtue signalingg and theyou actually want to drive out a lot of these workers o at the expensee of smallsi businesses, small businesses. we're paying our workers a lot. we actually follow the living wage model. i'm paying twenty five to $40 an hour at 25 one of my pizza places right but the thing is the reason a lot of people aren't workingng is number one , the dollar isn't going anywhere. number two,, with inflation the way that it is once again going back to that same point,
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it'snt, like these people just aren't even being paid anything. and when they doan when they do go and work for a lot of these large corporations, they end up either just gettingou driven out or they get caught up in this kind of political quagmire and they sayan , well, i'm just going to go home and i'm i'm going to end up not working. and it's all at the expensee of small businesses because these corporations are consolidating pushing us all out and the government is perpetuating this . >> well, i think free money foe the government when people could have been back to work that was a reale problem. i mean that's kind of stopped. but that certainly had e a psychic effect on people and obviously inflation is terrible as wellffpe. can't mae so you can't you can't make your bills with the salary of an increased salary in some casesse. now something that you care about i know, andrew, which is that orders for workplace robots in the united states surged 40%0% in the first quarter of 2020 two compared to last year. i guess so andrew, i guess you don't have workers. you're going to needrk the robs ,right? >> the amount of money that's being invested right now in kind of robotization orin
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mechanizing the restaurant industry is absolutely nuts and that is the future. i and look, if you look at it, i mean it kind of stems offio this fast food nationn and really the assembly line piece of this .as. but this is being invested by these same corporations that are out there saying, oh , we're going to help the workers, we're going tost help the workers. they're not they're just driving them out. al and it's the small businesses that get hurt here because these barriers of entry go up be even higher and higher and now c we're competing against theserp large corporations that have the dollars to invest in pushing their workers out. but they'rere the ones out thera virtue signaling as if they're every right partner. we've got the virtue signalingqu . i've gotus to play one more thig really quickly because this is hilarious. we need some comedicououwed relf here because there's a lot of stuff on these network chat rooms and on ticktock that are perpetuating this anti work culturean and this is one of thh watch so people are getting this idea that there is no point in working hard. there's no point working at. all. why shouldwh i earn bread by th sweat of my brow? weth have enough bread. manatee's should not work so hard. allni this is redundant.
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it only pollutes the air. and what will we come to in the end as a result of this to a life it will be more and more balanced, necessary, sufficient but not beyond that . so working pollutes the atmosphere. apparently andrewg pollutes, kif a zen way of looking at we have enough bread i guess we don't have enough pizza ever though really we never have enough pizza . we don't even have enough food right now. remember that . so this is we're just going to be minyansto in this kind of crazy world of of of nothingness now chef andrew, it's great toou see you and i when you owe me a pizza when i come out to california. sorry. okay, all right.ou the daily wast matt walsh set out to expose the insanity that is gender ideology and this new documentarynity cad what is a woman. it's createdea a firestorm and o much concern in progressive circles that hackers tried to take down its premiere last nighter max here next he'll play us the clips that has everyonee talking. >> don't go away.ha
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♪ call one eight hundred, eight million ♪ i'm just trying to start by getting to the truth. you know, yeah. i mean, i'm really uncomfortable with that languagege like getting to the truth again in social life was uncomfortable because it sounds actually deeply
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transferred to deeply transphobia getting to the truth of that one clip kind of talk, all you need to knowto about those who are trying to silence matt walsh's new documentary what is a woman ? they found the truth threatening that last night's premiere was almost thwarted by a reported signify and sustained cyber attack. >> so what else is it that they don't want you to see stuff like this ? i've had seven surgeries. i've had one heart attack. i've had a helicopter life right with pulmonary embolism. i've had seventeen rounds of antibiotics. i get infections every three to four months. i'm probably not going to live veryry long. was there any real discussion of the risks and the side effects and no. no there's not. and ihe know that people want t think that there is but there's not the truth is, is that medical transition is experimental.
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matt walsh joins me now. matt , i want to get tot what happened with the premiere, but explain at last clip wasma that a female to male transmission being described? yeah, that's exactly what scott nugent is her name. and you know, that's someone who went through the transition process and then talks a lot about a very, very openry and kind of raw o and honest way about what it actually entails. and it's gruesome and it's terrible. and as is described in the film, this is what they're also doing to kids as well. and there's also this interesting contrast of we talk to a lot of proponents, supporters of gender ideologies, people that are spreading this stuff and you try to talk to them. they don't want to talktrhe aboe but on the other side of it, the opponents, the people that don't support it are very open and want too have this conversation. and i think that kind of tells you something whenco. one side wants to talk about it, the other side doesn't. it kind of gives you a hint right there that the more you describe what it is, the more
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there are people out there about what you did in your lasti night. i heard you describe itou as chemical castration. >> explain that for our audience. that is quite literally what they are doing to kids. you know, the what they referyt to euphemistically and everything that they say is covered in euphemism. buttth universally they say, we we're going tort get puberty blockers to kids and they tell a lot of lies about how it'srs all reversible and temporary give ll that stuff. that's not true . but the actual drug that they give the kids, it's called lupronca and that is a drugug that they also give to sex offenders for chemical castration. that is an absolute facttn. and this is what's beingns prescribed to kids, millions of kids all across the country. as we talked to at least one of the doctors who who does in fact prescribe these drugs to kids. and what we found when we talked to that doctor is that that's yet another person who although they do this every day for a livingvi, they don't actually want to answer any questions about it. well, and i want to play a clip from a what's called a gender affirming speaking of o
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euphemistic language therapist watch with the fluidityf of these things, i don't know if i'm a woman and i that's a good question. >> i like scented candles. yeah.ented candle i've watched in the city. i yeah. so how do i know?ue yeah,st not that question right there like that question is like when it's asked with a lot of curiosity. right that's the beginninga of a lot of people's like gender identity development journeys like i have no ideade what any of that meanta though. i mean i hear this i think arevi we really living on planet earth? i mean this is we'reng talking aboutut children. we're talking about children's innocence. we're talking about kidschen who make so many different decisions that they end up regretting math . this is just insane and no wonder they wanted to shutmi your primary down. yeah, i just want to clarify. ci i've only seen andty the city
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once, although i do enjoy scented candles and that's enough to make me a woman according to the gender affirming counselor. and that's the thing that we kind of in this filmnt a lot on the surface it's you run up against these things. you haveseings and you a laugh. it it's funny's because it's so absurd and that is the appropriate response to absurdity. but then you go one level under you go beneath the surface and you see that there's something quite sinister happening here. >> matt , what is a woman? ly it is dantley. why i have it on the website there for the subscription, but they won't succeed in shutting you down again, i don't think. thanks for joining us tonight. now our end segment is next .het what is a worst creature tode find inside a new a york city b worse than a drunk? et >> tweet me. your guest is an angry man. we'll see if we get it right next . studies show that only one in ten americans eat enough fruits and vegetables introducing goban fruits and veggies. the wonder capsules
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