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cool, american made polo for dad, for father's day, spend 75 bucks get a free t-shirt. the mandate, everyone wants one they see me wearing it. i don't know how to hold it up don't ask me. go to laura, it's america now and forever. greg gutfeld and the gang take its from here. ♪♪ [cheers and applause] >> greg: yeah. i love all of you. every single one of you. i love you all. happy tuesday everyone. oh, i missed you so. dana perino will never host again. too many of the comments were positive. but we've got so many things going on, which means it's time
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for greg's icy trim that's worthy of a fantastic monologue. >> greg: wait. that's not what i ordered. you left something out. >> sorry, greg. yes, you don't get this brilliance on special report. in your face bret baier. gutfeld rules. >> greg: yeah. that's more like it vocal guy. still there are big changes afoot and not just ainsley earhardt quitting smokeless tobacco. here's not watching. boils down to one word, limit. we've reached that. yep, we've put our foot down like a drunk paul pelosi running a red light. let's start at the beginning. the recall of the ss school board members. after years of wokeness, voters finally put their sorry asses to sleep. remember they wanted to change the names to schools during the covid crisis, the voters told them to hit the road, and in san
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fran, that road is covered with [bleep]. there's netflix telling its employees if you're too sensitive to work here, don't. god, if i had a nickel every time i said that when i was directing those snuff films in the '80s. oh, yeah. same thing with spotify who backed joe rogen over neil young and other washed up artists. their calls were ignored like my sister's bathroom requests for bathroom breaks not on my wash. cnn new boss announced partisanship is done. but nobody heard the announcement because his head was so far up biden's ass. but like kat's college degree, we'll believe it when we see it. but at least cnn admits their trump derangement poisoned their brand. bet brian stelter is sweating right now and it has nothing to
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do with taking the stairs. he's overweight. the washington post fired a woke reporter who bad mouthed co-workers on twitter and after some wimpyness the boss, finally found their limit and off she went like jim acosta's hairpiece after an irk swalwell fart. bill maher shows up every friday sounding like the bastard son of henry kissinger and margaret thatcher. after years soundsr foles like maher found his limit. chess abu dane got recalled like a toyota with a defective air bag after the public had enough of violent crime. this may be the first of recalls against sorrows backed. johnny depp went to trial the public largely agreeing with his side of the story. the me too defense didn't protect amber herd from facts. people saw through her crap. [laughter]
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>> greg: turns out she loves corn on the cob. picnic season. now elon musk announces he's voting republican for the first time in his life. so what do all these things have in common? people found their limit. the slippery slope finally hit a brick wall. let's not rejoice just yet there are other places also screaming for that brick wall. black on black crime at what point does the murder rate seem unacceptable to democrats. we're already there, but not the dems. why is that? what's their limit. artificial intelligence are we paying attention to it to even know if there is a limit. because limits to technology are elusive we never think about them until it's too late and we're all enslaved by sexy robots. my dream. children as gender experiments. if you told me the solution for gender confusion in a pre teen is surgery and hormones, i'd say who died and made you joseph.
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the only transitioning this administration should be concentrating on is the one that's going to happen in 2024 when they hand the white house keys back to the adults. yeah, huh? [cheers and applause] >> greg: i'll take it. why not? by the way, sex-ed in high school i get it fine but gender instruction for toddlers? knock it off you perfect verse. and yes, drag shows are entertaining, it's awesome seeing performers who are bad at singing comedy and stripping all at the same time. but for kids? really? nah. and where are those teachers unions? haven't they had enough of this? haven't we had enough of them. they destroy our schools and come out against school choice so you're stuck with them. is it time to say my kid my choice? it's happening with the school board. but behind every school board is a school union. trans athletes, there aren't that many so what's the problem. well when by logically female athletes are no longer winning,
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where's that limit going to come up? transact visits don't care. when should you care. illegal immigration, when do we ask what's the right number of people to let in. determine that and then protect the southern border but we don't know the limits because no one wants to ask the number. put the issue to process an illegal gal and solve the prosecutor. january ofth this rehash never ends and for one purpose only, politics. do we have a limit to this media party conclusion. it's basically liz cheyney's audition to the view. at least there she'll be known as the hot one >> a sexist would say. >> laura: here's the tip when casting prop beganeding don't make adam schiff the leading man. that's like casting flipper to play lasy. we're seeing people everywhere pushing back against those who push our limits. ♪♪ >> that's when i found out i'm not adopted.
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oh, excuse me. can we get some water please. >> sure, you want sparkling tap or fever? >> tap's fine. so i love this place, the chef, the menu is incredible. oh, my god, excuse me, that's enough, that's enough. >> who cares, it's free. no limits, man. >> never classy she is so sassy feeling maligned totally losing her mind, can't keep opinions to herself with white for jillity on her bookshelf. overeducated and undermedicateed she won't be happy until we're all castrated. she's the one that we call dirt bag deb ♪♪ >> i'm so sorry about that, deb you can't keep doing this. over-serving the customers plus you filed 82 hr complaints since tuesday. >> sorry i care about creating an inclusive non-toxic work environment. >> you don't even work here.
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>> don't man explain my employment status. >> i never interviewed for a job. >> that reminds me i would like to file a complaint about you denying me an interview. >> thanks for coming by. all right. take care. >> greg: yeah. dirt bag deb. the point is, society progresses under the assumption that it's actual progress but like criminal justice reform it's not the case when ideology replaces reality instead society breaks down and people suffer. just today i had to let go of my butler. it was very, very sad. but we are waking up and retaking control because if we've learned anything in the past couple years, it's when it comes to limits, nothing should be off-limits, including term limits. [cheers and applause] let's welcome tonight's guests. he's never serious, even on sirius. comedian cohost of the jim
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norton ken roberts show on sirius xm jim norton. yes. yes. way to thank the audience, jim. a lot of people don't do that. >> she got more time on the sideline than a jug of gatorade. former sports caster michele tafoya! [cheers and applause] >> greg: he's not your father's republican leader. he just looks like he is. american conservative union chairman matt schlapp! [cheers and applause] >> greg: she's got more fake hair than a british judge >> kat: yeah >> greg: fox news contributor kat timpf [cheers and applause] >> greg: jim, always a pleasure to see you. >> jim: thank you greg great to see you >> greg: you are a political sha man people go to you with the deepest questions when there's political turmoil. are you sensing like me there's
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a movement towards limits and do limits help you in your life? >> jim: that's an excellent question and i forgot the first part already >> greg: the first part is do you see a trend coming with the idea of limitations and do you find limits helpful in your life? >> jim: limits are not helpful in my life but women don't want to sleep with me so there are limits. as far as limits are they going to change anything? is there a trend coming? no. i think we're cluing ourselves hoping every time something happens now it's about to change. it's not going to change. it's not going to change >> greg: that's very negative. >> jim: sorry guys, my apologies. let's go back. it's going to change >> greg: we can edit that out. it is going to change, going to be great. >> jim: no, no, never going to change it's going to get worse and worse and worse and then we're all going to die >> kat: sounds like my inner monologue >> greg: that's exactly what i say every morning when i wake up. michele you live in middle america which a lots of people,
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which is weird that's in america unlike the middle east. >> michele: right >> greg: how fed up are they tell us. >> michele: it's interesting i drove to my son's baseball game yesterday way out in the countryside and i felt like, well, ain't that america, felt like john melon camp was singing in my head and i go back to the twin cities and it's very liberal in minneapolis st. paul. i can't decide what i'm more disturbed by the fact that it's only going to get worse or the fact that i never want to eat corn on the cob ever again. both are depressing. i was hopeful greg until i was invited onto a podcast recently and i was invited by we want to talk about your great career and new podcast. is it okay if we talk to you about 30 or 40 minutes? it was someone i knew from my past so i said okay. the second i got on i was ambushed by you're a racist, you
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cannot raise the florida law without being a homo fob. absolutely ambushed. just when i was thinking all these signs from netflix and cnn things turning in that direction that you alluded to boy did i get a wake-up call >> greg: there are these things that pop out again and again and i mean even on this network sometimes it happens, but we won't get into that, will we cat? >> kat: i guess not. >> greg: no. matt, are you noticing kind of a wave? i think it started with youngkin. don't you think? >> matt: totally like a revolt in the commonwealth in virginia when parents were called domestic ter wrists saying why is my five year old reading about sex acts with cartoon books, it was insane. but i also think we have to separate what's going on in society versus politics. is it going to change politically? hell yes we're going to kick their butts. going to be a red wave not
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because they're perfect but these guys have bungled everything you can imagine. the real question michele's talking about is, even if the voters revolt, can you actually change all the insanity that's rolling through these institutions and through the schools? i'm more dubious until we have a lot of political success >> greg: so this, it goes back to what jimmy's saying, you're kind of saying culturally it's just always kind of goes towards bad. >> jim: it's not about what we're arguing about. we love toering aen a be right. it's not about the issue, the issue is the excuse to attack each other and we're always going to love attacking each other so no matter what the issues are we are the same, we can blame trump and biden, we're not going to change. sorry just wanted to bor everybody >> greg: i hit a major point there. kat care to respond to jimmy's assertion that it's human nature that we can't change? >> kat: yeah. i think that's true. i think everybody [bleep].
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what? sorry but all of us are, and the difference with this, i think, is it's just way easier for some people to kind of gain power and control. they don't have to really be good at anything. they don't have to develop a skill. they don't have to work really hard. they have to get upset and have their feelings be hurt and say, you know, you offended me for this reason that's on this list of reasons we consider -- you know, things that are acceptable to consider offensive and then you're the most powerful person in the room without having to actually do anything. that's going to be pretty difficult for people to give up especially when it does actually work so often where people are actually afraid to say that they've had enough of it. it's good you have these examples where it is, there are consequences saying you had enough of something, too, because then you're cancelled >> greg: another great point >> kat: thank you >> greg: yes, yes, i'm very positive today. because dana was guest hosting yesterday and everybody liked how positive she was. but you know what? i'm going to rebut you and i'm
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going to say generally most americans are nice, polite people, right? but i think they're running out of patience. it's like you can only mess with people for so long and then they go okay, this is now -- i think that's how progress works, a little bit of chaos and then it comes back and then gets chaotic. that's my positive spin on this. >> well, greg, that really hurt >> greg: i really took you apart. >> way to humiliate me in front of the audience. why i think it's that way the pundits argue every show has one when's the last time you heard on any of those yeah, you're right >> greg: we do it here i admit i'm wrong almost every night although it won't happen tonight. because then -- all right, before we go, here's some news. new book, this is exciting, i'll be in fox wood casino in connecticut in october that sounds exciting and marx
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and we're not going to talk about -- we're going to make that a major deal. i just think, kind of two standards. and if we apply the same standard and we're going to be reasonable with each other, let's have a discussion. >> greg: there you go. if that were any more accurate the media would deem it hersey. since the work nfl discussions
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more than concussions the massive fine came from head coach ron rivera who released a statement of his own about del rio reading in part, quote, he does have the right to voice his opinion and it most certainly is his constitutional right to do so. well, thank you. however, words have consequences and his words hurt a lot of people in our community. there you go. that's the second punch. so did his words hurt people? who did he actually offend? or what policy did he violate? the riots of 2020 did cause billions of dollars in damage across the country and ruined livelihoods. that's a fact and claimed dozens of lives. and nearly all that destruction took place in communities the nfl claims they were trying to protect from del rio's hurtful words. meanwhile, espn's steven a smith says del rio can't understand the riots of 2020 because he's white. >> he's white. he's not black. and there's an awful lot of white people that cannot in any way identify with the plight
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that african americans feel >> greg: got all that? i didn't. i'm white so i don't understand anything that was just said. [cheers and applause] >> greg: i guess dialogue is dead michele. i can't talk to black people. black people can't talk to white people. let's just call it a day. by the way i'm going to coin a phrase. this is your wheel house. care to talk about del rio first? >> michele: del rio full disclosure i've known him since he was a player for the minnesota vikings, i covered him then that's how dam old i am. i don't think he should have been fined of what he said in the statement. ron rivera. he is protected by the constitutional to say what he wants to say. he said it in a tweet. and, by the way, when you listen to jack del rio talk about it, he says why can't we have a conversation? the other flaw with ron rivera's statement was that he was comparing it to peaceful
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protests, january 6th to peaceful protests. no, he wasn't. he came out and said burning, looting, killing, all of that. those were not the peaceful protests. so, no, he was not drawing an equivalency there. the last thing i would say is, what ever happened to sticks and stones may broke my bones but names will never hurt? if words hurt you, if you are offended, you are partly in that relationship. you've chosen to be hurt or offended by words. and, so, look, i just don't think a fine is the way to go because what you're saying is, you spoke and now i can take your money >> greg: it's funny my parents used to use that same advice and it really got me into sticks and stones. >> jim: yeah. >> like sticks and the rolling stones? >> greg: none of my words are having any effects. we'll get to sticks and stones coming up. matt what if he said the reverse and said january 6th is without question the worst day ever and
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should never be compared to the social justice movement that is blm? >> jim: he would be testifying before the january 6th committee. you don't have to pay for your constitutional rights. you have to pay for taxes but this is not like a slot machine so if he has the first amendment right he has the right to say it. he works for a team. the only thing i would say i think they've done a pretty good job of destroying what was a relaxation and wonderful outlet for the american people professional sports. what is wrong with just being great on the field and focusing on football and why does everybody have to opine -- they used to say this about all these entertainers that would get involved in politics. just act and sing, you can have your views but you're not qualified to opine. i think they would do the country good if they focused on the game. >> laura: so what you're saying to football players is just dribble. >> matt: i think someone i know said that
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>> greg: kat, i don't like football >> kat: no. i don't want to focus on the game. you really have to focus there are so many rules >> greg: they're pushing themselves around. it's not nice. it's very violent. it's like, this guy's talking about words while guys are getting brain damage? think about that kat. think about it >> kat: i'm thinking about it >> greg: keep thinking about it >> kat: yeah, i don't like football because it makes me feel dumb. like everybody gets it and i don't understand. i just don't understand what's going on. so the more they can like ruin themselves, the better it works for me. football is a tough time of year for me >> greg: it is ridiculous >> kat: the bar will never put forensic files on >> greg: how many players are on the field 11? >> kat: i have no idea. >> michele: there are 11 on the field, offense and defense, 22 on the field at one time >> kat: i also think his argument -- i don't necessarily agree with the argument but i think that anything that happens at the capitol just in general you shouldn't compare it with something that happens at a
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cheesecake factory because those are different and those are always going to be different. but again in the statement they completely twisted what he said. and it's so offensive to compare the people who were peacefully protesting and who did care with the people who just wanted to light gunfire and steal. >> jim: donald trump during the protest around the white house, and i actually infiltrated that riot and he was put into the bunker at the white house because they almost breached the gate at the white house. something we have never seen before. that is really serious >> greg: you're talking about the white house >> matt: the black lives matter around the white house where they had to clear the park the next day they almost breached did grounds at the white house. dozens of secret service personnel were harmed as they had rocks and bottles thrown at them. excuse me if i look at all that and say that's pretty serious too >> greg: in the green room jim you said i i wish january 6th
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was every day. i thought that was disgusting. >> jim: i meant fourth of july. i mixed up my seasons. but, yeah, first of all, i love the -- i love all of a sudden the sensitivity from the stupid commanders. they had to be forced to stop calling themself the red state and now all of a sudden they're about polite dialogue. i disagree, i like when sports figures -- i would love to hear vince lombardi talking about trans athletes, who wouldn't love to hear that? he did nothing wrong, his opinion is right or wrong is not relevant. he expressed an opinion. steven a smith to be fair he did go on to say at the end of the clip that he should not be punished. he said this guy should not be punned i should because it's a conversation and you have to ask people to be honest. and then he said we could ed. i don't want to ed i'm sick of educating i like to be smart where other people are dumb but he did go on to say that >> greg: damn you for calling out the fact that i selectively
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edited that. >> jim: that was too long you had to do that >> greg: i had to cut it down because it worked out as a funny joke everybody laughed at. >> michele: bottom line the commanders could have put out the same statement and not fined him at all and it would have made the same impact. i think the fine was like weird >> greg: hundred grand, that's a lot of money >> up next usa today sings the blues because they didn't stick to the news. ♪♪ my relationship with my credit cards wasn't good. i got into debt in college and, no matter how much i paid, it followed me everywhere. between the high interest, the fees... i felt trapped. debt, debt, debt. so i broke up with my credit card debt and consolidated it into a low-rate personal loan from sofi.
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>> greg: i'm old. oh, hi. the nation's biggest rag admits its opinions makes leaders gag. usa today, the paper good for lining shelves, decides to keep opinions to themselves. america's largest up in owner and usa today publishers reportedly cracking down on their bias mignon's crappy opinions. from now on the bias will be
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limited to all of the news. i knew that wouldn't land. i left it in there to see what would happen. sometimes it works but that one didn't work. the washington post reports that janet made the decision to scale back on opinions sections and why? like my erotic novel starring kneel caputo it turns off readers, and most only read it because it comes free with the ramada's free breakfast and it can cover up the blood stains. the memories. the editor saying quote we don't believe we have the expertise to tell anyone what to think on most issues. this he perceive us as having a bias agenda. gannett also admitted it's the main reason readers cancel subscription despite being low risk so high risk low reward
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like puig in judge jeanine's coffee pot. i might have gotten it reverse. but either way it never happened, matt. never happened >> matt: that landed. >> greg: isn't it interesting now they financed this out? like you would pick up a newspaper and they would insult you every time. the editorials at usa today, you just want to like, who is this person? >> matt: the gannett company has bought the paper in almost every midwestern town. they dominate the political conversation in all these places and i think what's interesting about the left you see the story about george soros has bought every hispanic neighborhood stations including the anti communist ones around miami. so what the left has have understoods if you have one or two outlets go buy it but when you buy it and push your socialist crap you might want to cam flash because people don't
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like it. and that's what's happening. >> greg: it took a long time. jim you are a media may venn do you miss the ads back in the village voice. >> jim: i made a lot of great friends there >> greg: don't you think there's a place for a good local newspaper? because we forget. i think a lot of the reasons why there is a lot of crime and stuff is because there's no local crime reporters anymore. >> jim: i never liked the local -- i was in the local paper when i was 13 for playing asteroids, i got in the local paper for paying ten hours in 1981? that was in your book. >> jim: yes i was dressed like adrian from rocky had the glasses and hat. anyway it's a long story i'll be around after to talk about it if you want. i don't care about their opinion, instead of shutting everybody up just higher people with a variety of opinions. the editor giannis the written version of the guy swishing wine at the party. just tell me what happened and shut up about your opinion.
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i don't care what you think. >> greg: jim brings up a great memory. used to be if you made it into the paper it was a great deal, a huge deal but now you don't even know what a paper is do you kat >> kat: i do. >> greg: care to define it? what is a newspaper? >> kat: it's something that's dying. i think it's probably a good call. they're like, okay, nobody reads these, the people do cancel because of them. newspapers aren't booming right now. people get news from twitter and their opinions from tik tok. so good call. >> greg: yeah. you know what sucks though michele, opinions are easier to create than actually to report something. >> michele: no question about it. we don't see really good reporting very often. but i'm with kat, i think this is follow the money, right? it's not some place they can make a lot of money, they're spending money on maybe opinion writers or sources for opinions, you know, for editorials, whatever, and it has been -- remember you used to write a
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letter to the editor and you felt like everyone got a fair shake. that's not the way it is anymore. the only letters that get published are the ones they want to public. >> greg: who's the worst person in the community the person who writes letters to the editor always the same person. it is alike ann of kutztown pennsylvania talking about there are ducks in her yard. i loved those. >> michele: those were fun but they don't exist anymore instead like you said we're all getting lectured and people are going to say i'm no longer subscribing to the newspaper. apparently they're getting calls, we're cancelling the papers i'm tired of getting lectured follow the money. >> greg: i love you would have letters to the editor, far side cartoon and then dear abby or ask beth, remember ask beth? that was a really -- that was where you learned about the birds and the bees, right? if you wear two pairs of underwear, blah blah blah. >> jim: yeah, one on my body and
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one on my face. >> greg: yes. but you miss all of that now with your little tik tok videos >> kat: yeah, that's what i do all day. >> greg: it is you terrible people. coming up an influencer who likes to straddle, too heavy to hop in the saddle. >> tech: cracked windshield? make it easy and schedule with safelite, because you can track us and see exactly when we'll be there. >> woman: i have a few more minutes. let's go! >> tech vo: that's service that fits your schedule. go to >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪ >> sinmeet a future mom,epair, safelite replace. ♪ a first-time mom and a seasoned pro. this mom's one step closer to their new mini-van! yeah, you'll get used to it. this mom's depositing money with tools on-hand.
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horses before and have never had this issue adding in a follow-up post that she would never hurt a small business or a horse and that her anger was more about the way she was tweeted overall. the previous horses declined comment as did their chiropractors. she also pointed out how a teen-age ranch employee responded to the controversy with his own video saying when you're not a fat [bleep] you can ride at deep hollow ranch. someone get that kid a job in public relations. i mean, it may be an awesome slogan for a t-shirt, but that's a rude thing to say. next time say, hey, these ain't clydesdales, lady, and then leave it at that. you know, we called the ranch for comment. they told us they're not saying anything and don't want to get involved because she's out for attention. we also reached out to mr. ed. which is stupid because he's
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been dead for 40 years. kat you were one of the first people on this story. [laughter] >> kat: because, because you e-mailed it to me. [laughter]. >> greg: i mean there may be more to this story that meets the eye but let's try to keep it on the most shallow level possible >> kat: okay. i will say i think on the list of people that america wants to hear talk about struggles with being overweight i'm probably one below bethenny frankel. i mean, what is there to say? i mean a teen-age kid is obviously mean but all teen-age boys are mean and so are teen-age girls. and i feel like that's the best thing that can happen to you when you go on a trip with a bunch of influencers. i would laugh five minutes before i flung myself into the sea. >> greg: i don't even like the name influencer. jim, when i go to the amusement park which is often there are
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obviously a lot of rides i'm not allowed on. >> jim: sure, sure. >> greg: does it hurt my feelings? do i go and complain? no, it's just part of life. >> jim: that's not because you're not allowed within a certain distance. >> greg: that is true. that is true. >> jim: she said there was no -- there actually is a sign and said if you eat like a horse you can't ride one. [laughter]. >> michele: oh, no. oh, no. oh, no. >> greg: michele, i want to focus on the perspective of the horse. >> michele: is that why you came to me? >> greg: no the horse, talking in general fill city of philadelphiaically, the horse must wonder why they were chosen to be the ridden animal. like why us? imagine if you're a human being and walking around and all of a sudden this creature just lands on you and just sits there.
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>> michele: story of my life. >> greg: like a reptile lands on your back and just lives there because you move faster. that's what we did to horses. you know, it's probably not good for a horse to have that much weight on it. i mean, i don't know. i'm not an equestrian expert like jim norton. >> michele: there is some sort of thing about the riders should be no more than 15% the weight of the horse. >> greg: see that's a fact i never would have found out. >> michele: glad i'm here. no wonder you can't think about the horse. anyway that's what i read. i don't like this story because no matter who's right or who's wrong, it's just so nasty of this kid to put out that mean tweet. >> greg: that was mean i that was mean thing to do. but i'm with you i'm not into the influencer thing it's a word that isn't a celebrity but they give them one because they tik tok enough. i feel bad i think it's
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horrible. at the same time if they didn't have the appropriate horse with that 15% weight ratio thing, i don't know what to do. >> greg: i think i'm going to coin a phrase here and say i don't think there are any winners here in this story. have you heard that one before? >> i've heard snit no winners in this story, except for the horse. the horse is like, thank god. can i get that little guy? i want that little guy, gutfeld. hop on up. he's a jockey. i can't ride on horses but anyway that's a long story i won't get into here. >> jim: that's actually how i lost my verb inity. >> with an influencer. >> greg: riding along the cobblestone. >> matt: all body types are not the same it's okay. you don't see me protesting magnum condoms because when i put them on they echo.
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>> greg: matt do you have a magnum condom joke? that was a good one. >> matt: i think mercy goes to bed an hour ago. i don't have anything to say do people know who she is? >> greg: no, i didn't even put her name in the story because i didn't want her to get press or negative press because i care about people. a lot of people don't know how much i care about people. >> michele: empathy is your middle name. >> greg: empathy is my middle name how did you know that? you went through my office >> anyway we have to move on. as the recession approaches, you could get cash to live with roaches.
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♪ >> and big news out of south carolina this hour where voters have chosen to oust congressman tom rice from office, a significant outcome because rice voted to impeach then donald trump over the january 6th insurrection at the capitol. he was the first of 10 house republicans who voted to impeach to lose reelection. the five term congressman was defeated by state representative russell friday who was endorsed by trump. rice was a strong supporter of trump's policies in washington but said he was left no choice but to impeach trump.
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and also congressman nancy mace, another south carolina republican who angered trump currently hovering just above the 50% threshold to avert a runoff in her gop primary. stay tuned to fox news bringing you more primary results throughout the night. i'm maryanne rafferty. we now return to gutfeld. >> michele: this is all for publicity. >> greg: and it's working because it's on the number one late night show matt in the history of whatever. how cheap is that what i just did? how cheap? >> matt: it's a plug. >> greg: i didn't need it but it felt good. >> i didn't want them but i can think of people i would like to receive them. >> at work? >> greg: a gift card for roaches. >> i had no idea. is that what showed up? no idea. >> greg: i thought they were chocolate. kat, what do you think about this? america needs to hear your opinion >> kat: i wouldn't do it.
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nobody would do it except for like the attention i think is why you would do it. >> influencers >> kat: yeah, but $2,000 in a lot of cities, that's not enough to stay somewhere else at least not somewhere with fewer roaches, so there would be no reason to do this. >> greg: all right, have you ever participated in a drug trial >> kat: no >> greg: has anybody? >> jim: yes, i got arrested. [laughter] >> greg: probably should just end the show there. what's the point? what's the point? nothing's going to get better than that. just sit here and leave the camera on me looking sad. and then i'll go to break. don't go away, we'll be right back. [cheers and applause] how can you see me squinting?! i can't! i'm just telling everyone! hey! now, get two complete pairs starting at $99. visionworks. see the difference.
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always great to help out a fellow genius. >> come on! cut it out. >> greg: all right thank you. to michelle, jim norton, matt, kat timpf and our studio audience. fox news @ night with evil shannon bream. i'm greg gutfeld and i love you, america! ♪♪ >> shannon: hello and welcome to fox news @ night. i'm shannon bream in washington. breaking tonight, we're following multiple congressional races as primary voters decide elections in four states, nevada, maine, south carolina and north dakota along with a crucial special election that may surprise a lot of folks out of texas. we have multiple live reports on the ground tonight, plus, americans continue to struggle to pay for necessities with no end in sight to inflation


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