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now. >> todd: bill maher said just because i thought i wanted to be a pirate my parents didn't take me to get my eye removed and a peg leg installed. it's great point. pick up a copy of pete's book "battle for the american mind." >> carley: congratulations on the book it is doing well as we knew it would. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> shocking election results out of texas. >> republican myra flores flipping a seat held by democrats for nearly a decade. >> alignment on education, national security and the economy and yes on immigration. >> the point is this: >> president biden continues to defend his performance on the economy. >> we're changing people's lives. >> we have a delusional leader that actually thinks he is doing a great job for america. >> the yeas are 396. the bill is passed. >> house passing the bill to improve security for supreme court justices. >> we are sending a clear message to the left wing
radicals. you cannot intimidate the supreme court. >> hunter biden bragging about all the power he has over your president. >> [inaudible] >> joe biden has said that hunter biden is the smartest man he knows. >> offering free meals to veterans' kids to help flight inflation. >> cool thing about this is a lot of things texas buy somebody's pizza on me. i don't need any credit. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> brian: we continue to bump in on charleston, south carolina, it's a wonderful town which i'm recommending that people go. it's an hour and a half flight. >> steve: from here. >> ainsley: that's true. >> steve: if you live? japan it's 25 hours. >> brian: not everybody lives in new york? i had no idea. >> ainsley: isn't it great?
>> brian: seemed to really embraced me. >> ainsley: they love you down be there that used to be the bridge and they knocked down and built a new beautiful bridge they have a bridge walk or they run every year. >> brian: people couldn't get across. >> ainsley: charleston, peninsula and that bridge connects to mount pleasant the charleston area. so many people have moved down there from the new york area. >> steve: absolutely. >> brian: is there another reason why we showed that? >> steve: yeah. that's the area where nancy mace who was a big winner last night is the congress person from that region. >> ainsley: that's exactly right. congressman tom rice who has been a congressman for five terms. he only got 24% of the vote. and he beat or russell fry beat him who trump backed and with the nancy race, she was. >> steve: the mace race. >> ainsley: she beat the lady who donald trump endorsed but donald trump did say something
nice on his social media platform. >> he congratulated nancy mace and he knows she will beat the democrats. >> brian: she didn't vote with the democrats she told him to stop tweeting. >> ainsley: criticized him an january 6th. >> steve: put in perspective the mayes race and others. >> ainsley: in the books several trump backed candidates are celebrating big wins. >> brian: we also have the results of historic special election in texas that went to the republicans' party. >> steve: that's right. some districts may be changing from blue to red. griff jenkins joins us right now from washington with a roundup. , this griff, is kind of the post game primary show griff griff it's a big race, steve, ainsley and brian, good morning. we may be witnessing a dramatic shift. the mexican born wife of a border patrol agent and daughter of migrant workers, myra flores defeated democrat dan sanchez by nearly 8 points you see here.
it was a special election which means the seat is up again in november. but dig into the numbers of this race in this 34th district, which is a democratic strong hold for a long time, biden carried that district by 4 points. in karen county, the largest county in that district. biden won that by 13 points yet she carried that, too. biden had this to say that under president trump we did not have this mess. [cheers] >> griff: meanwhile in ainsley's south carolina former president trump getting a big win ousting the first house republican to voted to impeach him.
fry rice. the pun at will. the other high profile target of former president nancy mace held on to defeat katie arrington. afterwards former president trump did congratulate mace. trump predicts her win in november. trump-backed candidate and former nevada attorney general adam laxalt defeating brownback. laxalt now looking ahead to november. listen. >> these failed policies brought on by radical elites are not just a product of joe biden, though he has served as a useful puppet, this election is going to be a referendum on senator masto and all of these elites who look down on us. is. >> griff: lastly also in the silver state bernie sanders progressive backed candidate got steam rolled look at those numbers challenging titus in the democratic house primary. finally keep an eye on that
laxalt-masto matchup, guys, republicans believe that race could be one of the best chances for the g.o.p. to flip a seat and win back the senate majority. steve, ainsley and brian? >> steve: that's exactly right, griff. thank you very much. speaking of laxalt race he was not only endorsed by donald trump but also mitch mcconnell and also endorsed byron desantis. meanwhile, going back to the south carolina race where we started the conversation, nancy mace race against katie arrington really was a proxy battle between donald trump and nikki haley his former u.n. ambassador. because nikki haley was behind nancy mace whereas donald trump was behind arrington. mayes had angered donald trump by saying at one point trump's quote, entire legacy was wiped out by january 6th and that is whereby the bad blood happened. and last night though, for him to post that he is behind her going forward to beat the democrats progress.
>> ainsley: how about south texas? 85% of this district where mya flores won is latino. and they carried in 2020, the democrats carried that district by 13 points. she is a republican. she was born in mexico. she came here as a child. her parents were migrant workers down in texas. and she is the first mexican born congresswoman, first republican to represent the rgv, rio grande valley area in four decades. so what does that say? does that signal trouble for the democrats in november? >> brian: yeah, i have never seen as far as -- i thought george bush was probably the best with the hispanic vote for republicans in the last 30 years, 43 that was. but, right now, the precipitous drop of the appeal of joe biden by the hispanic community has to be the biggest, most under reported, under appreciated story in politics today. it's got to have the democrats virtually panicked because if
you want any reason for them democrats to build a wall, it might be when they start losing the hispanic vote. they will realize we better start cracking down on those illegals coming through our border. right now just on poor lack of performance joe biden has lost that a couple of other things. one thing about donald trump, he doesn't forget when people cross him, but he doesn't seem to mind if some of his allies go against him on candidates. remember, mccormick with pompeo and stephen miller was for mccormick as well for a while. and then with the nikki haley she did say she went down after making those initial comments she did go it down to mar-a-lago and meet with the former president and he thinks they are on former terms. >> ainsley: i think he sees the big picture. >> brian: she will be coming up later on our show. >> ainsley: ultimately he cares more about the party. >> steve: nikki haley is considering running, we have heard. let's talk a little bit about that particular race down in
south texas and that -- you know, here's the thing. may are a flores is going to hot for a couple months but they are going to redraw it. we do know somebody very rich he actually voted for her. elon musk tweeted last night i voted for mayra flores for the first time i ever voted republican. massive red wave in 2022. he also typed out this: i'm thinking of creating a super moderate super pac to support candidates with centrist views from all parties. he said that after he had a twitter back and forth when asked if he would vote for a republican for president, in 2024, elon musk said tbd, to be determined, the twitter user asked him what are you leaning towards? and he replied desantis.
he said he had referral supported andrew yang, but according to elon musk, ron desantis has a better chance of winning. >> ainsley: wow. that's a powerful endorsement. that's a very powerful endorsement. >> steve: yeah. >> ainsley: kellyanne said republicans have done a great job recruiting great candidates. pretty much all of them are running on america first agenda. people feel like president biden cares more about the people coming over the border. being more like a european nation. more socialism, more progressive policies. and the majority of the country are not for that many people who came from cuba, we have interviewed them. they say are you kidding me? we came from a socialist country. you do not want that here in america. >> brian: i was in little havana doing a feature and there is a lot of trump support still there. a lot of republican support. >> ainsley: down in the miami area, right? >> brian: they say it's the most successful immigrant story since the pilgrims.
overall unofficial record for president trump in the primaries 116-13. so a lot of them were lay-ups a lot unopposed like tim scott. some were intriguing and were risky. means mayes coming up shortly. -- nancy mace come up shortly. not only does president biden come off angry and disdainful he is flat out inaccurate when he talks about what his track record is and what his predecessor's track record was. listen to a little of joe biden talk about debt savings, inflation and so much more that we are all experiencing but his explanations, i think, needs to be challenged. first, let's take it in. >> since i took office, with your help, families are carrying less debt nationwide. they have more savings nationwide. i don't want to hear any more of these lies about reckless spending we're changing people's
lives. [cheers] >> under my plan for the economy made extraordinary progress and put america in a position to tackle a worldwide problem is worse everywhere but here. >> ainsley: it's just false. those are false claims according to federal reserve. the household debt has increased over 1 pony 5 trillion since he took office. the country's credit card debt is at a record high right now. it's jumped 20%. that was in the month of april. americans savings accounts in 2021 the average american had 73100 in their account this year 62 it thousand $86. so your savings account has shrunk by $9,000 over the past year. >> steve: yeah. is he trying to pretend the economy is strong thanks to him and he was getting agitated when he was appearing before the afl-cio yesterday down in philadelphia because he was saying essentially he has taken a lot of heat because of inflation. and all of the federal spending
that you know, when you look at his own federal reserve, the federal reserve of san francisco in march of this year said, you know what? in the last quarter of last year, half of the inflation rate, it was about 6%, 3 percent of it was because of all of the government spending, so, yesterday, finally, joe biden said something everybody can agree on. joe biden said i'm changing people's lives. and people who support him say yeah for the better. but a lot of people on the other side say yeah, exactly not good, mr. president. >> brian: the fact is he is spending like a mad man spent $1.9 trillion. there was no offset to it. even the bipartisan infrastructure bill 256 billion to the deficit. he said he created 8 million jobs. people wecht back to work because they were told to stay home for the first time in over 100 years. they were asked to stay home. he talked about long lines for food. yes. because that was the situation during the pandemic. it wasn't the trump economy.
it was the china virus that you don't want to investigate that caused that. and if you look at where it happened, most of them were blue states that overcorrected for the pandemic and would not open up and you would not pressure them to open up schools and open up jobs. can you imagine if joe manchin and kyrsten sinema did not push back if he got his way, he would have had a $5 trillion build back better plan on top of this. and we would never have recovered. and i believe with this whole anger thing, when he perceives himself getting in front of blue collar workers. he thinks they sit around wearing hard hats yelling at each other like some sitcom. that's not the way everybody talks. they are the most affected by the joe biden economy and the least ones to be deceived by what he -- how he explains it away. and when he talks about oil and gas, he wrote a letter -- blaming the oil and gas companies, wall street, billionaires for getting rich. that is like an old tune that
nobody wants to hear anymore. very intriguing letter he wrote to the oil companies and to one in particular where he says, listen, when gas -- when a barrel of oil, when a barrel of oil is $120 each last time, gas was $4.25. what's the big difference? drum roll, please? refinery capacity. he says because refinery capacity decreased and we have not built refineries, these are my words not his since the 1970s. we cannot refine at a pace to keep up with demand. so what is he saying? he is saying that the profits are going to refineries because they can't pick up the pace because there aren't new plants. i don't even know the point of the letter. >> ainsley: the reason when you pull up to the gas station and you see those prices, you blame joe biden. >> brian: he blames putin. >> ainsley: prices were going up even before the invasion. >> brian: of course. >> ainsley: even though it did increase our prices the wages are not keeping up with the cost
of living. you are making x amount of dollars but you can't afford your electric bill and the gas bill and supply chain crisis is making groceries go up. it's just expensive and lawmakers reacting when he said yesterday we are changing people's lives. you had congressman mike rogers from alabama. he says americans' lives have changed for the worse. senator josh hawley saying you are changing their lives all right. $5 plus for gas. no baby formula. historic inflation and crime wave. >> steve: if you are keeping track, the latest boogie man for the president is america's refiners because he said their profit margins are too large. as you go back for all of the things that are on his plate right now, he, of course, blames trump. he blames putin, he blames coronavirus. he is now blaming supply chain bottlenecks, corporate greed, meat producers, oil companies, shipping conglomerates and now right on their refiners as there as well because doggone it they're working as hard as they
can and they are making money. he doesn't like that. >> brian: keep in mind, also discouraging wall street from investing in fossil fuels and now they are wondering where they are going to get the money in order to puncture holes to capitalize on those leases while they wait for permits to come through and all the red tape is now back. they don't have the financing they once had because of his discourage the blackstones of the worlds to invest in fossil fuels now where is the money to do it. whose checkbook is open to handle the new demand? who is going to be there when demand drops? >> steve: the saudis. that's why he is going there in a couple of weeks. he says it has nothing to do with gas. it has everything to do with gas. >> ainsley: fox news alert, two california police officers are shot dead in the line of duty. what we know about the ambush-style attack. >> brian: what's going on? plus, of the punishment coming down for the border patrol agents falsely accused of whipping migrants. >> ainsley: why are they punish
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>> carley: back with headlines starting with a fox news alert. two officers killed in a shootout while responding to a possible stabbing at a motel in los angeles suburb. the suspect was also killed during the gun battle. the top brass at the elmonty police department paying contribute to the following officers. >> that's two heroes sacrificed. they were killed by a coward. we are grieving and it hurts. >> carley: one officer a 22 year veteran with the force the other was with the department for less than a year. their identities have not yet
been released. the house finally passing a bill offering around the clock protection to the families of supreme court justices. it comes after a leaked draft opinion overruling roe v. wade sparked protests outside the high court and conservative justices' homes. 27 democrats voted no on the security bill, including congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez and her fellow squad members. senator josh hawley thinks even more must be done writing a letter to attorney general merrick garland saying must immediately stand up and enforce the law. prosecute those who break it. the price of bitcoin continues to plummet. the crypto currency trading below 21,000. the lowest close since december 2020. bitcoin is also down about 68% from its all-time high in november of last year. and coin based global one of the largest exchanges said yesterday it will be laying off 18% of its
staff as it stock fell 80% to date. the market value of the entire crypto sector has fallen to less than $1 trillion from about 3 trillion in november. and check out this footage of last night's strawberry moon. the clear skies over greece giving folks a crystal clear moon of the lowest full moon of the year. but if you didn't get a chance to see it in person, do not worry. there are still two more super moons coming. the dates are july 1st and august 11th but yesterday's was the strawberry moon, guys. steve coming up on harvest moons as well. >> ainsley: can you drink your blue moon. >> ainsley: ains. >> carley: i like that one the most. >> ainsley: diet one 3.6 carbs and 95 calories. >> carley: the fact you know that off the top of your head. >> steve: what about the alcohol content. >> ainsley: blew moons everyone
loves them but a lot of calories in now they have a lighter one but it's hard to find. >> brian: chris, would you look for blue moon beer because it's hard to find. >> ainsley: light sky. >> brian: would you do that chris is biz uphere. >> steve: our beer fixer. our beer butler. thank you very much, carley. dhs, the department of homeland security is reportedly preparing punishments for several mounted border patrol agents who were accused of whipping haitians migrants last summer there at the rio grande. >> brian: what's going on here. rio grande 600 migrants in past the few days. >> todd piro joins us live with more. todd, we are all asking if they were cleared why are they getting punished? >> todd: those agents have been cleared of the criminal charges. an announcement on the quote administrative violations is expected within the next few
days. those agents will then have the opportunity to respond. the false claim of whipping as you know was pushed by several major media outlets in the immediate aftermath of the incident which happened along the banks of the rio grand in del rio, texas. even president biden weighing in prematurely after the incident. >> outrageous. i promise you those people will pay. there will be an investigation underway now and there will be consequences. >> todd: those things that were called horse whips were actually just long reigns used by agents to steer the horses. the agents involved were taken off normal duties and not allowed to have contact with migrants since. meantime border agents are busy they just seized half a million pills laced with fentanyl as well as pounds of methamphetamine and 22 pounds of it -- 17 suspects were arrested in that bust. agents in the rio grande valley encountering four large migrant groups comprised of almost 600 people over the past few days. agents in the area also uncovering a stash hours and a
human smuggling operation apprehending 26 people. back to you. >> ainsley: in that big group you are talking about at the rgv 169 unaccompanied children. 169. in that group alone. >> brian: we get the 16 # because thousands got here before packed ngos ton planes and back in school systems and sent for their parents. so it's a system that we show works. can you imagine that? it's worth the risk. >> ainsley: i can't imagine sending my 6-year-old in a group by herself. >> steve: for a better life alone which is crazy. the outrageous stuff is that those people who did not -- were found -- were cleared of any criminality, those border patrol agents we predicted at the time after they were cleared and we mentioned that a couple of months ago, we predicted that the administration would throw the book at them because joe biden said there would be consequences to those people and now we note consequences are not
criminal. they're administrative. they are going to find some rule in a rule book and say look, ah-ha you broke that one. >> brian: that was the only time kamala harris spoke on her own about the border patrol. she is like yeah, i'm really intrigued by that image. we are going to find out and get to the bottom of this. >> steve: they didn't do anything wrong criminally. >> ainsley: talked about the drugs seized. fentanyl is 100 times stronger than morphine. 100 times stronger than morphine. >> steve: i think with one pound you could kill every person in the united states. >> ainsley: nearly half a million counterfeit pills were found. # pounds of heroin. 10 pounds of powder fentanyl. 22 pounds of cocaine and 112,00. >> brian: fentanyl doesn't get you addicted but most likely it will kill you. it is poison. what you do. >> ainsley: that's why you don't get addicted. >> brian: people say how do these kids drink too much in
college and run with the wrong kid in high school. that's not the case anymore. that's the old problem. that's the discipline problem or, you know, born addicted. have addiction in your family. that's a different issue. this is fentanyl put on prescription drugs. sometimes illegal. for example, a lot of kids when they want to study and it's not right will take adderall which you use for. >> ainsley: like a' dhd. >> brian: grab it got this adderall and take it not because they want to get high and go to the clubs because they want to focus, they die. that's what's happening. >> ainsley: if they take the counterfeit pills. >> steve: so many cases somebody does not realize there is fentanyl there. it's not like they are buying something yeah give me that super fentanyl stuff. nobody is doing that it is largely by accident. and they do it one time and they're dead. >> ainsley: that is what a parent's fear is you send your kid to college and then they say they're at a party and someone
says make this pain pill it will make you feel so good. never taken a drug before in your life maybe. take this one pill thinking it's a pain pill and it's fentanyl because it's counterfeit. >> brian: put it in marijuana now. marijuana basically legal in all 50 states why don't i just grab it? you die. that's what's so insidious about what is happening in our country right now. this is china's opium war on us. they send it over here. maybe not through governmental packages but with a wink and a nod they know it goes to the cartels because if nothing else they are organized and they know how to get it across our border and then it comes into this naive american population. and one by one it's killing the kid next door and maybe the one in your house. >> steve: that's how it's getting in across our southern border. >> ainsley: if your doctor did not give it you to do not consume it because you never know now. >> steve: 6:30 here in the east. inflation taking its toll on farmers driving up the cost of doing business.
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prices going up leaving many farmers in the red. a farmer from north carolina, and as you can see she is out standing in her field. good morning to you lorinda. >> good morning, how are you? this is a pleasure. we watch you every morning. >> steve: thank you very much. thanks for feeding america. listen, you know, i used to live in the country. i was the president of the future farmers of america once in a time back when the biggest worry a farmer would have would be whether or not it was going to rain and that stuff that you planted would grow. now you have a whole host of things and it's all about the cost of stuff you are spending that's right night general fertilizing up 330% from this time last year. when you talk about increase in prices you have the nitrogen being up 303%. you have the potash fertilizing being up 204%. those are the two big into the t
costs. diesel fuel was up 25%. the price of diesel fuel is $5.06 a gallon and it takes about $1,000 to fill up one of our big tractors. that will run about a day and a half. >> steve: unbelievable. and a tractor costs you 300, 400,000. a combine is half a million. people realize there is nothing going on out in that country. i'm looking at millions of dollars worth of investment and you have got to be thinking to yourself, you know, because the way pork prices work, you are getting paid the same amount for a pound of pork that you were five, ten years ago now all the prices are exploded on what you have to buy. >> correct. we are integrators, they call contract growers. we get the same amount of money every day for our pigs if you
are independent you are more market driven, but the price that we are getting is the -- the intergrader, the company that we grow for is absorbing those supply chain costs and those labor shortage costs. we aren't experiencing some labor shortages on our farm but input costs are higher and they are driving the price up. >> steve: right. >> a year ago a pound of bacon retail at the grocery store for about 3.99, $4. now i checked and it's about $7. and if you look, that bacon is now in 12-ounce packages and not 16-ounce packages. >> steve: yep. shrinkflation and inflation is all coming together at the same time. so, you know, folks at home, don't blame the farmer for the prices it's after it leaves the farm that the prices get added on it. lorinda, what about farmers like you? you know, you can't withstand these kind of financial pressures where you are actually losing money on everything you
produce? increase is tremendous. we have so much money on in the ground the banker would call tonight table. that leaves with us a huge potential for something beyond our control to happen like a weather event or a disease outbreak. even in our crops or on our herd that, you know, something to cause a crop failure. and when you're insured. you have have a 10 year average on your crops and you only get 70% of that 10-year average that 30% that's hanging out there, that is -- that exposure is really high right now. that's what you worry about when you go to sleep at night. that's the first thing you think about when you wake up in the morning. even if we had a great crop, our margins are so small it's even hard to predict a profit there. >> steve: lorenda you have just given the american people a class on what the american
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activist astra nomani. what makes you think the conservatives are being left out of this? >> it's more than just conservatives. i don't even consider myself a conservative. but i am a classic liberal i did not get the invitation i for the last two years me and other parents have been fighting on the ground into. single payments activists got an invitation to this special new council. do you know what is, brian? i did the math. 13 organizations in this founding membership, guess what they have $143 million of annual revenues, according to their irs 990 forms. they are the establishment. and who is at the top of their group? the national parents association. the pta. the national parent teacher's association. what are they in mesh with?
the unions. what we have is the biden administration going to the establishment groups in order to basically get yes people. there are some nice groups in there, special e.p.a. groups. for the most part they are establishment groups. the biden administration [inaudible] just desperate. >> brian: trying to say there is a dialogue there. making a subset of this parent's group not necessarily getting diversity of opinions, you don't think? >> exactly. like i have been one of the leaders here with amazing brave families from china and india that are here in northern virginia but in new york city, california, they led the recall of the board members that were so corrupt. not a single asian group. do you know what else, brian? this is what we got, right, from my show and tell i'm going to show you. you have seen woke baby. but now what we have is as you guys have shown very well on your segment biary.
binary. the hips on the drag queen go swish, swish, swish. this is what is coming to our schools. this organization this council of parents is going to push back on the biden administration. the biden administration is going to continue to keep losing the support of parents nationwide because we are still considered enemy number one as terrorists, right? >> brian: what can you do about it? go to a private school that's going to cost you money. go this charter school often funded by states but they are being cut back because teachers unions are help getting democrats elected and any of those two options weaken the union because they will have less students, correct? >> yeah, but you know what? i have been watching you guys all morning and you have been showing the win that we have in texas of a republican who emerged out of just ordinary life with in order to become a
part of the political process. and that's what parents have to do. like they have got to continue to run for school board we don't need the white house seal of approval to be parents. we don't need the title because when we become a parent, this is a full-time job forever and so continue to, you know, push back on the school boards, the white house and speak truth to power because we are are the best advocates. we don't need the white house telling us that we have voice because we have got it. >> brian: asra nomani thanks so much. >> thanks, brian. >> brian: we thought the council was good news but upon further review it is not. good news even when the weather is bad meteorologist janice dean with the fox weather cast. >> janice: thank you so much. >> brian: you are braving the elements today it's brutal out there. >> janice: it's spectacular today. i'm so happy to be out here. and people should thank me for the forecast when it's nice out because they don't thank me when it's not nice. take a look at it across the
country. the heat is going to be the biggest story for two thirds of the country from california through the midwest down towards the southeast with temperatures well above average. 100 degrees nor nashville. that's going to hang on until friday across chicago. get those temperatures down a little bit. buff the heat is going to hang on for parts of the mid south. then the potential for stronger storms for the upper midwest. that means the potential for tornadoes for some of these regions. so look out green bay, madison, chicago, too. we had reports of tornadoes the other night. nowhere you are going to get your watches and warnings not only that but across the southeast through the interior northeast some stronger storms as well. here in the northeast across new york it is just spectacular. i should be out here all day long, brian kilmeade. come join me. >> brian: everybody take off your sleeves and go to work. >> ainsley: as long as it was not take off all your clothes. >> brian: can't say that anymore. thank you. we have housing prices and they are plunging across the country
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# some buyers are seeing asking price go down 20%. joining us founding partner and university school of business visiting research fellow mitch roschelle. thank you so much for being with us. >> thank you, ainsley. >> ainsley: should we are worried about this? interest rates is going up it's to be expected the housing market cools. >> it was so red hot out of control. bidding wars, 20 people chasing the same house. people getting priced out of the market. >> the fact that prices are going to cool off is okay report talked about asking prices not seller. the realistic in ridiculously high asking prices is a good thing it's not going to continue
to pump things up. i wouldn't say we have had a housing bubble. we had more of a boom than a bubble. but if you continue to push up prices you end up getting a bubble and bubbles burst. what is happening now is actually healthy. >> ainsley: look at the map of ten cities sees prices fall toledo, ohio number one with 18.7% fall. richmond, virginia number 10 saw 3.4% fall. you think that's healthy? >> it's healthy in the long run. if you are a first time home buyer and first time home buyers are vital to the fulfillment of the american dream they were getting edged out of the market because there were so many of them. >> ainsley: we saw that in florida. >> it was insanity. still almost insanity down there because there was nothing on the market. the thing to remember what really caused all of this hysteria in housing was there was a record low amount of houses on the market. less than three month supply of housing in the peak home purchasing season last year. this time last year it was two month supply.
if you go back to before the financial crisis there was a year -- almost a year and a half worth of supply. >> ainsley: is that why we are seeing real estate firms laying off. compass laying off 450 employees. red findlaying off 470 employees. >> there was a time last year you would see these firms bulking up for continued growth. growth is going to slow down that they are starting to lay off. >> where do they go now though? >> you know what's interesting about brokers. many of the people who were leaving, this was their second career or third career. they said my next door neighbor became a broker he or she is making all this money. i'm going to try it, too. finding a lot of transitional folks in the industry are just walking away from it. >> ainsley: what do you expect with interest rates? how high will they go? >> i think interest rates are probably going to end the year around a point higher than they
were. >> ainsley: a point? >> could be a point higher. 30 year fixed rate mortgage is around 5.5%. it could be end of the year 6%. but then again, i could be wrong. i also predicted it would be 2%. >> ainsley: that's still not bad. i remember my parents bought first half. 11%. we got 11%. that's great. >> my first mortgage was 11.5%. i bought an apartment in yonkers new york when i graduated from college. >> ainsley: can you believe that 11 pierce. >> 11 and a half percent adjustable mortgage that was the teaser rate. we need a little historical perspective, too. >> ainsley: mitch, thank you for coming on with us. overnight south carolina congresswoman nancy mayes winning her primary race. and she is going to join us live top of the hour. ♪
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♪ [cheers] >> historic special election in texas. >> republican mayra flores flipping a seed held by democrats flipping a seat held by democrats for a decade. >> a lot of voters in south texas. >> the bill is passed. >> the house voted overwhelmingly to provide 24 hour protection. >>the yeas are 296, yeas 27. >> all 27 nos were democrats. >> all about intimidation that's how the left operates. >> historic inflation taking toll on farmers driving up the cost of doing business. >> the financial exposure that we have got right now is just
tremendous. that's what you worry about when you go to sleep at night. >> hunter biden bragging about his influence over his father. >> about anything that i wanted to. >> reporting on this is going to be so minimal. it is the third rail of journalism. thou shall not report on anything that hunter biden says. >> what the heck? there is the bird that attacked larry the other day. >> we love that bird. >> what is on the lens? ♪ i like to move it, move it. ♪ i like to move it, move it. ♪ ♪ >> steve: i would like to get in that boat and move it, move it right out there. looking at the will isle of palms.
solomon island. i remember ainsley earhardt brought us t-shirts from a joint in sullivan island, south carolina. >> ainsley: they love us there. what is the name of that restaurant? oh my gosh, i can't remember it my dad loves this restaurant and i do too, actually. my dad loves it my dad is an old school simple guy. and you walk into the -- it's a family owned seafood restaurant on sullivan's island and go past po's on the right and it's on the left. in the middle of the table have you buckets. peel your shrimp and throw your shells in the middle of the bucket. it's great. love them. the family there just loves fox news and watches us. i forgot about it. >> brian: if you know the name of the restaurant ainsley is referring to text us. >> ainsley: dad, text me if you know. >> steve: places like that in chesapeake washington, d.c. area. crab house on the eastern shore where you go across the scary bay bridge and there are round tables and right in the middle of a table is a hole. a big round hole with a garbage
can underneath it. and, you know, you eat your shrimp or crabs and throw the stuff in the hole. just like that. it disappears. >> ainsley: typing in sullivan. >> brian: high tech age come up with just holes. >> steve: good morning, south carolina. we started there because south carolina figures prominently, ainsley into our lead story. >> ainsley: yes. >> brian: that's where you were reared. >> ainsley: i do need to read now. sullivan island restaurant. sullivan's. it's called sullivan's. great if you are at sullivan's island. someone just texted me. try po's for your burger and beer and then sullivans for your seafood. it's really good. primary races in four states now in the books and several trump-backed candidates are celebrating big wins. >> brian: and republicans are
celebrating after historic special election win in texas. >> steve: griff jenkins joins us now from washington, d.c. with a roundup of the activity on primary tuesday. >> griff: good morning, steve, ainsley and brian. two big take aways from last night. number one, former president trump still weeltdz incredible power among the voters in south carolina and nevada. and number two, something big is happening among hispanic voters in south texas. let's begin there mayra flores the mexican born wife of a border patrol agent and daughter of migrant workers defeating dan sanchez by nearly 8 points. you see here. it is a special election which means the seat is up again in november. dig into the numbers and real story there biden carried this 34th district by 34 points. cammeron county the seat of the district. the largest democratic strong hold in that district which biden won by 13 points. flores carried that, too. she says in a statement this morning, quote: i look forward to standing strong for our conservative values of faith,
family and freedom and to earning the opportunity to serve our community further in the months to come. meanwhile a big win for trump in south carolina. ousting the first house republican who voted to impeach is candidate russell fry roasting five term congressman tom rice. you see here by more than 25 points, but the other high profile target of the former president representative nancy mace held on in the low country defeating challenger katie arrington. afterwards trump congratulate the mayes and predicted her victory in november. former will attorney general adam laxalt defeating sam brown laxalt looking forward to november. watch. >> these policies brought on by radical elites are not just a product of joe biden though he has served as a useful punt. this election is going to be a referendum on senator masto and all of these elites who look
down on us. >> also note in the silver state, democrat voters overwhelmingly rejected the bernie sanders backed progressive candidate amy vila challenging titus in that house primary. one final thing from that texas race elon musk tweeting he voted for mayra flores saying it's the first time he ever voted republican adding quote massive red wave in 2022? we shall see. brian, ainsley and steve? >> brian: i will close your quote closed quote, right? >> griff: closed quote. >> brian: close your quote. >> ainsley: dad said sullivan's restaurant was sold but new restaurant opening up. the family that ran it lived across the street. >> steve: i need a new t-shirt. >> ainsley: new restaurant opens up i will get us new t-shirts. >> brian: south carolina g.o.p. congresswoman and primary winner nancy mace. congresswoman, welcome.
>> good morning. and i will tell you, if you want barbecue on sullivan's eachal island, pizza. po's has a great burger ainsley. it's true. >> brian: great. i cannot wait. >> steve: thank you very much for the dining tips. >> ainsley: they are going to love us. we are sending everyone there as traffic is already bad. >> brian: congresswoman, congratulations on the primary. when the president targeted your race. former president targeted your race, a lot of people thought you were going to be in trouble. why do you think you prevailed? >> well, it shows that hard work, honest, sticking true to your principles and your values and hustling, we pulled out a win last night. it was decisive by 8 points. it was an exciting night. it just proves you can have this dream. you can set some goals. you can work hard and achieve it no matter what. that's something the citadel taught me overcoming obstacles and overcoming any diversity that's been thrown my way. i have had a lot of second
chances. i learned in second chances and it was awesome night last night. >> ainsley: that was the big deal when you are the first woman to graduate from the citadel huge story for south carolinians. public school only allow men to graduate or to go to school there and then they changed that law, obviously, because they were discriminating against women. so congratulations on. that was what was your reaction when trump backed katie arrington but then he tweeted out on -- not tweeted on his social media platform he said she ran a good race. but he congratulate you and said you would be able to easily defeat the democratic opponent. >> it's an important message, right? we want to get an overwhelming majority in november. that means we all have to unite behind every single republican nominee that won last night. and i don't think it's going to be as easy as republicans think. i represent a swing district. i know how hard it is to keep these seats in republican hands. it's not easy. it takes a lot of work. but it takes unity once you become the nominee. that's something i worked on in
2020. something i'm going to be working on starting today, making sure that everyone that is welcome in our campaign. we want their help. we want their support. we're going to earn that support by working hard in november. >> steve: sure. it griff jenkins just referred to a tweet that elon musk put out where he congratulated the woman that he voted for down in texas. she won. became the first mexican-born congresswoman he tagged that with he predicts a big massive red wave in 2022. i know you would benefit from that when you look at all the data it seems to support what he is going for. >> it really truly does. look at double digital inflation over the last 90 days. when you look at the cost of gas and rising cost of gas is going continue to crease grocery store prices which are already record high. when you look at what is happening with rates probably today in the housing market.
look at what is going on at the border and how we exited afghanistan. it's been a disaster in joe biden's administration in just the first year and a half. you will see a lot of voters, particularly independence and moderates crossing over and voting for republicans. and i'm really excited about that. i'm excited about talking about the issues and providing solutions to so many problems our nation is facing. >> brian: congresswoman, with your primary victory yesterday, of course you know what happened in the house. you still have a full time job regardless of how that came out. for some reason there was about a two-week delay after the senate sent over on 100 to nothing vote, a need for emergency protection for supreme court justices. nancy pelosi says i want everyone covered. i want the clerks covered. i want all judges covered. finally they realize that you had wasn't practical. 27 democrats went against protecting supreme court justices while about four or five of them have protests raging at their house and it awould-be assassin showed up at
kavanaugh's house. what about those 27 who said let's not support this? >> it's insane but it's also probably the same 27 that want to defund the police. but it's unbelievable that they did not want to protect a third ranch of government. the judicial branch. it's illegal actually to show up at the justices' homes and protest. as you said someone who showed up last weekend to justice kavanaugh's home trying to assassinate him was armed and dangerous. this is not where we should be going in this country. we have had a lot of violence over the last two years by antifa and anarchists and you have seen chuck schumer and others ramping up the rhetoric and encourage this sort of thing. you have a president who will not tamp it down. it's a huge issue but we have got make sure that our justices are protected. that our law enforcement not just on the hill but everywhere across the country that they are fully funded. and they have the resources they need to keep our community safe. everybody safe.
>> ainsley: the security for the justice includes their immediate family, too. they will get 24 hour protection. you mentioned progressives. they voted against it 2 # dems voted against it on that list you have cori bush, pra mill da jayapal, ayanna pressley, rashida tlaib and maxine waters just to name a few. did they do it because everyone covered or because they don't want the supreme court justices to be covered at all. >> i don't think they want them covered at all. you talk about cori bush. i don't think she wants the police to have any funding. that is where they draw from their ideology. it's just wrong. and sometimes some of these folks are just doing it to be social media influencers and get headlines and that sort of thing. it is making our country unsafe. it's making our justices unsafe and we can do better. >> ainsley: these are lives that we are talking about. we saw what happened to brett kavanaugh's neighborhood. this guy came with a a glock.
i had someone come on to my property on to my home last summer spray painted it. and i had to look over my shoulder for months afterwards. i was so freaked out after it. it does happen and it's scary and scary for their families. like i do i have two teenage kids. it's not okay. we need to hold people accountable for the violence they are creating in this country. >> steve: the news this morning about the would-be assassin apparently he saw those marshals outside of kavanaugh's house, called his sister and she talked him into calling 911 which he did. before you go, you mentioned mortgage rates a moment ago. i know you have a background in commercial real estate. you know, a lot of people, the american dream is to own a home. 30-year mortgage rate surged to 6.2%. it was 5.5% just a week ago. it went up almost a point in a week. what's going to happen to the american dream? >> it's crazy right now, too.
the housing market obviously is cooling off that will continue to cool off as interest rates go up. we haven't seen this kind of thing in a very lock time. you look at inflation. inflation is a secret form of taxation on the american people. and you are seeing it everywhere that they go. and then we have the federal reserve, which has its own issues. they are printing more money. trillions of dollars. $4 trillion last year over $4 trillion the year before that this is having a huge impact. then you add on the supply chain issues that started during covid-19. added on to when russia invaded ukraine. and it's a scary time right now. and wages are not keeping up with inflation. we are going to continue to see american families and american workers struggle. >> brian: just real quick. just on the donald trump thing. you voted with him almost every step of the way over the course of four years. you fractured over january 6th in a comment made. the fact that he mentioned you in a statement shows, perhaps, in trump world, maybe he will meet you half way. would you reach out? because i know nikki haley
helped fuel your re-election. not there yet but your nomination to get reelected. will you reach out to the former president? >> first of all i want to thank you for mentioning nikki haley. she is a resident here and a constituent and a voter and she has been campaigning with us over the last two days. she has been a good friend, great mentor and a great leader for south carolina and south carolina and our nation. i'm willing to work with anyone who will work with me. i welcome the former president's comments last night. everyone across the political spectrum who supported our campaign and support it going forward in november because republicans have to unite if we are going to get a majority. i know that better than anyone i'm sitting in a swing district right now here in charleston, south carolina as do all the republicans sitting in swing districts. we are going to work hard and fight hard for november. >> ainsley: tim scott is in that area too senator from south carolina running unopposed. congratulations on your engagement and your win. >> thank you.
>> steve: giving us places to eat at when we are down interest. 7:16 here on this wednesday morning. carley has got some news from the windy city. >> i certainly do. taking a look at america's crime crisis. police releasing body camera footage of a deadly officer involved shooting near chicago earlier this month. a driver armed with a hatchet runs towards a cop after a traffic stop. the officer starts shooting and the suspect goes down. [gunfire] >> i have just been attacked. shots fired, shots fired. >> the officer and bystanders were unharmed. on to a fox weather alert. historic wedding devastating yellow stone national park. officials say the extensive damage, look at that to roads and bridges could keep some sections off limit to tourists for months. combination of heavy rains and melting snow sent water levels rising by more than a foot above normal.
yeah. rushing waters and rock slides speaking of danger, brian, destroyed several structures and forced 10,000 people to flee the park. thankfully no injuries were reported. president biden has been slamming oil companies telling refiners to produce more gas and rake in fewer profits, come as fuel prices remain at record high at 5.01 a gallon. one family owned gas station in massachusetts voluntarily shutting down in a show of solidarity with customers. catch watch this. >> the reason why i'm ready to close is because of the high prices of gas. it's gut wrenching. honestly it is. started working for my dad when i was 10 years old just tagging along on saturdays and holidays and weekends. and that was the highlight of my life. >> carley: reynolds and jeff is gladu have owned amherst station for nearly 50 years. inflation is making eating out a lot more expensive in the big
apple as mid market new york city restaurants pass along increases to customers. a cut of wagu state was once $72 at one restaurant whether it opened last june. the price spiked to $110 for the very same cut in november and it is now climbing to $115. causing a 60% increase for the same steak, guys. >> steve: it's so. >> carley: that's expensive. >> steve: i know a lot of people are coming to new york during the summer for vacation and what not to visit. when you go and think i'm going to have a steak in new york city. 115 bucks. a plate of noodles in new york city is $45 for noodles. and not even fresh ones. >> carley: pizza is now like 1.16. >> brian: impossible burger is impossible to afford. >> steve: don't be surprised a lot of tourists from cathedral
come in with groceries. >> brian: own tupperware lunch. >> ainsley: kitchen. >> brian: efficiency. >> steve: come to new york city to look at the sites but bring something to eat because you cannot afford to eat out. >> brian: i did see a long line for waiting for a tourist bus. i couldn't believe it. we actually have tourists or new yorkers who really want to. >> ainsley: double-decker get on and get off buses. >> brian: or don't want to ride the sunway. >> ainsley: that's probably what it was. >> brian: i will pretend like i haven't seen this before i will sit on top. 19 minutes after the hour coming up. children getting infected with up to three viruses at the same time. dr. marty makary on why covid is to blame. ♪
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♪ >> ainsley: health experts are sounds the alarm that covid restrictions might have weakened immune systems causing children to get infected with three or four viruses all at once. dr. marty makary joins us now. good morning, doctor. >> good morning. >> ainsley: good morning. why is this? you are seeing three viruses in some of these children? >> that's right, ainsley. we are seeing cases now across the country where kids are coming in with any one of six or seven common respiratory viruses rsv infection is typical in the winter season but seeing it now in the summer and we are not exactly sure why. there is two theories one is that kids have been living in a bubble. not exposed to viral pathogens and gotten:symptomatic low level immunity you get from the sort of the day to day exposure other theory is that the viruses interact with one another that having one virus like influenza or rsv may predispose you to add
den know virus. there are kids coming in with two or three viruses good reminder there is not just covid out there. other infections will circulate in perpetuity at endemic levels and have been for decades. >> ainsley: how are these kids doing? are they hospitalized? >> so in rsv infection actually claimed more hospitalizations last summer than covid many don't get coverage, influenza similar if a tattle rate. some recover at home some tom is a particular. many do not require intervenezuela but a small subset particularly those with chronic conditions do come in the hospital sometimes. only only thing we can do is encourage them watch them and hope they get better. >> ainsley: interesting they have been in masks at school or a year and a half they were not exposed. let's talk about the fda. they are meeting today to talk about covid vaccines for kids under five what are your
recommendations do you get them vaccinated if they do pass this. >> if a child has a special medical condition, those are the ones that show it. they come to the hospital with covid, a healthy child is not compelling. certainly a quid a medical condition that does not have healthy immunity. fda taking shattered reputation with the public and making it worse they are doing it today. about to authorize this covid vaccine for 16 million children, 90-plus percent of whom have already had covid based on a small study of kids who did not have covid that was the condition to be in that study. it is ignoring natural immunity is actually having significant implications now and even that small study that showed that it works in kids shows it didn't work very well. as well as 30% effective in the first few months and that goes down the drain after a few months. >> ainsley: a lot of parents outer there say i hope they
don't approve this because i don't want to get my 4-year-old vaccinated. we are worried that my 4-year-old school or preschool might say you are going to have to be vaccinated. do you think that schools will mandate this if they approve it today? >> some schools will there is tremendous vaccine enthusiasm across the country, even though the data may not be there to support it, people have a distorted perception of risk with covid and children at the policy level, at the fda meeting and at the cdc meetings. they are using data that undercounts the number of cases out there in children which makes the case fatality rate look more dangerous than it really is. and they undercount adverse effects from covid vaccination which makes the vaccine look safer than it really is they are not using great ubs in. in fact the fda even said yesterday at the meeting we are extrapolating data from adults. >> ainsley: that's infuriating. >> yeah. a lot of people are upset about that and they have a right to be. >> ainsley: dr. makary, thank you so much for coming on. when will we find out if they
approve it. >> this afternoon. and it's likely they will. it's almost certain that they will. thank you, ainsley. >> ainsley: thank you, thanks for coming on. still on foot patrol officers with one ohio police department are forced to park their cruisers when not responding to emergency calls. how record high gas prices could impact your safety. and talk about a bird's eye view. how this little guy stole the show. at an mlb game. ♪ ♪ we hit the bike trails every weekend shinges doesn't care. i grow all my own vegetables shingles doesn't care. we've still got the best moves you've ever seen good for you, but shingles doesn't care. because 1 in 3 people will get shingles, you need protection. but, no matter how healthy you feel, your immune system declines as you age increasing your risk for getting shingles. so, what can protect you? shingrix protects.
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♪ >> carley: we are back with your headlines, starting with this the extended family of a missing new hampshire 8-year-old says they are not expecting a good outcome. the fbi and local law enforcement searching the manchester home where harmony montgomery father and now estranged wife once lived. harmony went missing in october of 2019. authorities are asking anyone with information to call their 24-hour tip line. police in ohio releasing this body camera footage of anchorman. actor david kekner failing field sobriety tests. take a look. that's the wrong thing. all right. we are going to-that was not the
video. we are going to scroll up and read this headline instead. the january 6th committee postponing a hearing that was scheduled for this morning. california congresswoman and committee member zoloft green telling reporters it was pushed back due to technical issues this after one of the key witnesses pulled out because his wife went into labor. the rescheduled hearing will now take place at 1:30 p.m. eastern time. talk about a bird's eye view. a fine-feathered friend hijacking the philly marlin's broadcast. the bird getting into the camera's grill as you can see at the same time the fillies gave up a 4-0 lead. the team feathers were clearly ruffled but they managed to come back the next inning. >> the fillies reclaimed the win and went on to live. steve, we got through it. >> steve: did you indeed. adam kinzinger was not in the
movie. >> carley: he most certainly wasn't. he did not fail the field sobriety tests to be clear. [sighs] >> steve: thank you very much. >> carley: you are welcome. >> steve: gas prices are forcing some police force to cut counsel on driving around as gas prices 5.01 nationwide. one ohio police department is putting some patrols on. one south zale joins us live from zanesville, good morning, chief you got a choice already spending money i understand from the budget that was dedicated to buying new equipment on gas but you are also having to park the cars more. how does that impact safety? >> not as visible as relike to be. relike to move around our village and let people see us. have a lot of older folks,
retirees that love to see our cruisers drive through the trailer parks and the residential areas. >> steve: sure. so what you are doing now. and i love the description of it. it's called a stationary patrol. explain how a stationary patrol works. >> well, stationary patrol is where an officer would be in an area where he believes it would be more visible to the community, like a parking lot that is near the road or in a residential area where he is visible through high traffic. and people can see him or her that's driving the patrol car and they can you just sit there and be observant and be seen and kind of turn off the car a little bit and kind of save a little bit of gas. >> steve: sure. i know it's complicated when you turn off the car because through the summer it gets hot and you have a lot of equipment that's supposed to remain cool and that's problematic. but, ultimately. >> yes, it is. >> steve: because you are now parking the car, and a lot of
officers are getting out of the car, they are actually having a pretty good dialogue with the folks in your town? >> yes. that's one thing about our community they love to see the police. they are pro-police here. they love to see us coming into their stores, talk to the owners. talk with the people that are patronizing the stores. and having a good connection with our public. >> steve: sure, absolutely. meanwhile calls from the public into your police department through 911 and everything else are going up because of the summer months. ultimately. >> yes, that's correct. >> steve: you need to turn the cars on more but given the price of gas you just can't. and it's going to be like this, chief, right? until the price comes down. >> yes. until the prices come down we're going to have to adjust our budgets. we're raising our budget up to 62%. and we're going to be over our
budget if it continues. >> steve: i think it was about a month ago you had a 4 mil increase on the ballot and the people there turned it down. you were going to use the money to liar another officer. it's probably because everybody is strapped and they thought, you know what? we can't afford that, right? >> right. that's correct. i mean, economically we're getting strapped here. people are paying more on groceries, paying more on the traveling to and from work. and when you go to them and ask them for more money off their property taxes, they are going to turn it down. they are going to have to look at what is important to them. i understand security is important for the people, but they are also looking at their budgets and how it is straining them. >> steve: everybody is impacted in so many different ways. chief, thank you very much for joining us and thanks for keeping the folks in your town safe. >> all right. thank you, sir. have a good day. >> steve: you as well. thank you, sir.
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>> china, their propaganda machine. and so the chinese government officials, they come into the united states using our social media platforms to espouse their propaganda. there is no reciprocity, however, where u.s. government officials can get on chinese server-backed social media platforms. and talk about the good things that are going on with capitalism or freedom or things that we want to talk about in the united states of america that china is doing wrong. so this bill is all about reciprocity. we are not going to let china spew their communist propaganda here in the united states of america through their government officials and then not allow the united states of america to have access to their speech, to their speech markets. >> brian: if they want to have an open forum on facebook here in the u.s., any chinese official can do that. >> if they want to come here and get a platform on twitter or facebook or other places they can come here and get a platform. they can have an account. they can talk about whatever it
is that they want to talk about in this world of ideas. but they will not allow u.s. government officials or offices to do the same thing in chinese territory. >> brian: what do you plan on doing now? are you going to have to offer this forward? you have jim banks on it with you. who else -- anybody on the democratic side getting behind this? >> so you have a number of people on the china task force, the china commissions that are looking at this that agree with this. everybody agrees that this is a problem. i think this ultimately will be a bipartisan resolution because people recognize the problem with chinese propaganda coming in here and, you know, working in places like not just the nba but on these social media platforms as well to say they are going to get all the support for covering up their enslavement of uyghur muslims. everything else that they are doing. u.s. officials are not going to talk in china anything about what's going bad in hong kong with their enslavement, with their reindoctrination of their population. they are not going to allow that to be talked about. >> brian: right. so over the last week.
the chinese are saying hey, america, you better stop trying to form this southeast asia nato and, by the way, back away from taiwan or you are going to pay the price while rolling out a brand new aircraft carrier are we sending the right message in return. >> we would love to send that message u.s. style government vs. china style government. that message will not get there because china will not let that message in on their social media platforms. you think here in the united states how much news and information is consumed via social media platforms it's a huge amount. so they are getting theirs out here. we are not getting being able to get ours out there. >> brian: last question. just about what is happening in ukraine. they are not having success holding back the russians from taking the east. what can we do there to rush weapons forward? big story in politico today we paid for it but it's not getting to the ukrainian forces fast enough. >> yeah.
you know, red tape issues in ukraine with nato forces and nato allies that are closer on the ground there. that's something that can be done. one of the big hazards that's going on there. russia has intelligence as well. so as those weapon systems are being sent into the donbas regions to go out there and defeat russia, they are realizing where those stockpile of weapons are going and they are working to destroy those weapon systems so there needs to be more secure networks in order to secure those armaments so that ukrainians can wage war. >> brian: congressman brian mast, good luck with w. this initiative. check in with someone else with initiative janice dean. she took it pop herself to give you the weather. >> janice: yes, every day always at this time. take a look across the nation. beautiful here in new york city. it's 70. look how warm it is already across portions of the south. the tennessee river valley. ohio valley, we have heat alerts for millions here, excessive heat warnings. excessive heat watches. at least 100 million people under heat alerts today and we are going to break some records.
high 90's into the 100-degree territory with high humidity and that's going to be oppressive for a lot of these places. make sure you are taking care of everybody. bring your pets inside. we have potential for showers, thunderstorms even stronger severe storms for parts of the upper midwest as well as the southeast, looking at green bay across portions of the midwest like chicago where we had tornado warnings a couple of days ago that could happen again today. so we will keep you up to date. look at all of those warm temperatures across the south. you know, take all of those precautions today, wear loose clothing and keep hydrated. check on your pets and the elderly and your kids. bring them inside. all right. over to you, brian, sorry, my friend. >> brian: what about sunscreen? >> janice: sunscreen also very important another checklist. >> brian: do not make me have to add that you should be doing that yourself. we will discuss it in the green room. thank you. coming up straight ahead. leaked audio of hunter biden's raising eyebrows across this
country. who calls the shots in the white house by the way? listen to this. >> he will talk about anything that i wanted to that he believes in. if i say it's important to me, then he will work a way in which to make it a part of his platform. >> brian: really? fox news contributor douglas murray has been scrambled to answer that question. ♪ ♪ keeping the faith ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ keeping the faith. ♪ before treating your chronic migraine— 15 or more headache days a month, each lasting 4 hours or more
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♪♪ >> good morning we are back with your headlines starting with this. construction equipment maker caterpillar moving its global head coaches from illinois to texas. the company's existing office in the dallas suburb of irving will become the company's new global head coaches. caterpillar joining along with the companies moving out of blue states that include tesla and rate on. and ups has a new way of delivering packages to your door. the company is testing a new battery-powered scooter in new york city. they're calling it the e quad. ups says the scooter is a hit they could be deployed across the country. who you be that? steve over to you. >> steve: something new. probably runs on electricity. >> ainsley: looks like a fork lift. >> takes forever to get there. >> steve: meanwhile newly leaked
audio from hunter biden's laptop revealing just how much sway hunter claims to have over his dad, the president. >> he'll talk about anything that i want him to that he believes in. if i say it is important to me, then he will work a way in which to make it a part of his platform. my dad respects me more than he respects anyone in the world. i have the support to know i can do anything. >> ainsley: well here to react fox news contributor and author of the war on the west douglas murray. douglas this is incredible. the girl he was talking to is an artist from the uk and she asked what does your father say about your crack addiction. he says to f gone stop and he's scared to death and he goes on to tell the lady when he becomes president we're going to promote your art and have a collaboration together. >> you know, hunter biden says this thing that monarchy knows.
what do you do with in the prince. every prince is ace problem particularly if the prince is not going to get to the thrown. howell do you goal with a problem like hunter biden? it's clearly an issue with the family. he says in this leaked audio i think my father's god and he told me he thinks i'm god. he has this extra mix of incredible self doubt, self loathing self-esteem, extraordinary self-esteem to say i can tell my father what to say and he'll say it. whether you're in politics or not, a little princeling or not that is not a good or healthy sign in the family. >> brian: right. amazing how much is out there. a book's been written about this. now all the networks agree what we knew two years ago is true the laptop is real yet the fbi is still investing. millions of dollars of transactions let alone this gossip type thing here where, you know, a father -- a son's influence on his father is no
big deal. a father wanting his son to get off crack is okay. but the bigger story is, what is taking so long? >> i think that's what annoys so many people in this country is the sense that there's an unfairness about this story. hunter biden was sadly a drug addict. he achieved very little in his career. he would have achieved arguably nothing if he hadn't happened to have the sir name biden and because he had the sir name biden, he was, you know, put on energy boards, he was receiving tens of thousands of dollars a month for expertise he did not have in countries he didn't know and companies he didn't understand all because of his family connection. i think a lot of americans think, you know, if the son ended up being something else, trump say, maybe this would have gotten attention or been investigated earlier. >> steve: douglas what we just heard him tell that woman is probably a lot like the business pitch he gave to burisma and the other companies. >> right. >> steve: i'm an insider i can do this. >> exactly.
well, of course, what other pitch did he have? you know, i'm great expert? >> steve: you have this on tape. >> i'm an expert on ukrainian national gas resources? of course not. the only pitch i have. >> my dad thinks i'm god. >> my dad thinks i'm god and he'll do what i tell him. that's why he's on the board and making money. >> ainsley: what about his lavish spending $2,000 a month a luxury hotel porsche payment dental work and cash. >> monarchys and others around the world know this problem they've seen it they know it we recognize it too. >> brian: thanks for getting dressed up for us tie and everything. look at you. thank you appreciate you joining us. watch in the green room final hour amongst our guests senator marco rubio pete hegseth has a new book out and clay travis on saudi sports watching. ♪ you know how i feel ♪ (coughing) ♪ breeze driftin' on by ♪
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>> the yays 396 nays 27. >> all 27 noes were democrats. >> these radical members of the house they want to make sure there are threats and protests. >> a police department is parking its cruisers because high gas prices. >> economically we're getting strapped here, really impacts safety because we're not as visible as we normally want to be. >> what the heck. >> fine pet ard friend hijacking the phillies marlins broadcast. >> we love that bird. >> what is on the lens that's attracting the bird? ♪♪ >> ainsley: look at that beautiful shot, this is gainesville georgia i guess that is a shot of lake lanier that is where the town resides about 50 miles away from atlanta northeast part of georgia and there are four zip codes there brian. it's 97 degrees today. >> brian: wow. >> ainsley: a little bit of rain so i expect humidity but your weekend looks sunny. >> brian: look at all the slips
that are wide open. are all the boats out? where are the boats. ted do you know? ted has no idea. >> ainsley: the boats are missing. >> steve: today's a good day to be out on a boat it's going to be a hundred degrees. >> ainsley: true. >> steve: georgia on our minds. welcome everybody to hour three of fox & friends. one state north of georgia, south carolina, one of the big primary races there now in the books after trump-backed candidates won big. >> ainsley: and the republican party celebrating after flipping a house seat red in that special election down in south texas. >> steve: we asked griff jenkins to monitor all these results all night long. he's exhausted but not too tired to give us this final update. >> that's right, brian and as list and steve and pay attention because if last night was any indication of what the future holds in that special election in texas, it should have plenty for democrats to be very worried about. mayra flores, the mexican-born
wife of a border patrol agent and daughter of migrant workers defeating democrat dan sanchez as you see here nearly eight points. she only holds the seat until november when it's up again. but if you dig into the numbers there, there's a real story in cameron county, the largest democrat strong hold in that 34th district, which biden won by 13 points, flores carried it. now she says in a statement this, quote, i look forward to standing strong for our conservative values of faith, family and freedom and to earning the opportunity to serve our community further in the months to come. the race even caught the attention of elon musk who tweeted this. i voted for mayra flores. first time i ever voted republican. massive red wave in 2022. we shall see. meanwhile, it was a big win for former president trump in south carolina. ousting the first house republican who voted to impeach him his candidate russell fry roasting five term congressman
tom rice by more than 25 points you can see there. but in the other high profile target of the former president representative nancy mace joined you guys in the last hour held on in the low country defeating challenger katie arrington. afterwards trump congratulating mace and predicting her victory in november. now, out in nevada, in the race for gop senate nod, trump-backed former nevada attorney general adam laxalt defeated retired army captain sam brown and now face ifs democrat 90 catherine masto in a state they say has the best opportunity to flip the majority. final in that state democrat voters overwhelmingly rejected the bernie sanders candidate amy va va layla. next up on that primary calendar a week from today, virginia, where we will see if there are any more signs of that red wave. governor glen junken start there had will continue.
steve, ainsley and brian. >> steve: all right griff thank you very much. so in south carolina it was interesting. it really was, in that particular race with nancy mace and indicating arrington it was a proxy battle between nikki haley, who supported nancy mace, and president trump who was behind katie arrington. ultimately, you know, as you can see right there, mace won with over 53% of the vote and she's going to go on to the general election. initially, mace angered president trump by saying president trump's entire legacy was wiped out by january 6th but ultimately at the end of last night, after it was clear she was going to be the nominee for the republican party, mr. trump suggested, you know, go ahead and vote for her because that's the best way to keep that red wave moving across the country. >> ainsley: a lot of people in the diners were saying both were great candidates they just want a republican to win not a democrat and the president said nancy mace will easily defeat the democrat opponent.
she has an interesting story from goose creek south carolina. she dropped out of high school and her parents said if you're not going to school you have to work. so she got a job at waffle house then went back and earned her high school degree and took classes at trident a technical college in charleston and then applied to the citadel which was all men and people complained and so they allowed women to join. she graduated mag nah consume loudy from citadel and now a congresswoman. >> yeah, trump said katie arrington was a long shot ran a great race and overperformed. congrats to nancy mace who should be able to defeat the democrat opponent. here's what she said to us an hour ago. >> we pulled out a win last night decisive eight points, an exciting night. we want to get an overwhelming majority in november and that means we all have to unite behind every single republican nominee that won last night. and i don't think it's going to
be as easy as republicans think. i represent a swing district. i know how hard it is to keep these seats in republican hands. it's not easy. it takes a lot of work, but it takes unity once you become the nominee. and that's something i worked on in 2020. it's something i'm going to be working on starting today maybe making sure everyone knows they're welcome on our campaign we want their help and support and we'll earn it by working hard once again in november. >> steve: great. and so we saw with griff a moment ago he was talking about how elon musk said he voted republican for the first time in his entire life. he's suggesting a red wave come 2022. when asked on twitter if he would vote for a republican for president in 2024, elon musk said simply tbd, to be determined. then the twitter user asked him, what are you leaning towards? and he replied simply desantis. and then he said, you know, previously he had supported andrew yang but desantis has a better chance of winning the
presidency. in 2024 according to the richest man on earth >> ainsley: pretty good endorsement. how about what's happening in south texas. mayra flores she ran in a latino district, she's a republican, also married to a border agent. this is that special election the congresswoman left and then she, this is a special election, she'll be the congresswoman representing that area just until november and then there will be another race. but she flipped that blue seat red, she's the first mexican born congresswoman that we've everyone had, the first republican to represent the rgv area. she immigrated to the u.s. she was a child in mexico and then her parents moved here to be migrant farm workers in texas and now she is a congresswoman. it's incredible what america can do for your family. >> brian: right. so the big primary season is underway, a lot of intrigue there, you just heard a little bit of it. president trump on his backed voters, over 115 of trump's picks win, a lot ran unopposed, a lot intriguing races, the biggest of course is probably dr. oz and jd vance so we'll
talk about that. meanwhile the president of the united states went to the aclu yesterday. >> ainsley: afl-cio. >> brian: that, too. went over to philadelphia and gave a great speech to these union workers. he loves to scream at them because he thinks they like that. he gets angrier and angrier. as much as his tone caught my attention so did the content of the speech because a lot was just fictional. >> since i took office families are carrying less debt and have more savings nationwide. i don't want to hear any more of these lies about reckless spending. we're changing people's lives. >> and that is what everybody is fixing on, joe biden is changing people's lives and a lot of republicans say mr. president you are changing lives for the worse. congressman mike rodgers said, americans lives have changed for the worse. senator josh aly said you're
changing their lives all right $5 gas no baby formula, historic inflation, historic crime wave. >> two rolling blackouts and a food shortage coming this summer. >> ainsley: yesterday he said. >> steve: he's a politician. >> ainsley: carrying less debt and have more savings. not true. federal reserve said household debt has increased over 1.5 trillion since he took office. the country's credit card debt is record high jumped 20% in april and americans savings account have shunk by more than nine thousand the past year. last year most people had about 73,000 in their savings account, this year about 62,000. >> brian: can you imagine if the $5 trillion build back better plan went through? thank goodness for joe manchin and the 1.9 trillion. none of that was paid for, that was the rescue plan that didn't rescue anyone, gave a stimulus to an already recovering economy and extended the amounted of time people can stay out of
work. we still have not recovered from that. and on the bipartisan infrastructure plan which got its merit but also added to the deficit to the tune of $256 billion. don't keep saying you cut the deficit. it's only compared to the amount of money we put in because of the pandemic. just like you added eight million jobs. no. people are on the shelf because they were told to stay home. they got back into the work force. you can't take credit for that. >> steve: well, in addition to saying he's changing people's lives, he also said that inflation is worse elsewhere and that simply is not true. actually, the united states inflation rate is higher than the euro zone. remember last week, the number came out here in the united states, it was 8.16. in the euro zone, 8.1 %. until south korea it was 5.4. australia 5%, canada 6.8. while the president can say you're lucky to live here in the united states where inflation's not that bad compared to the rest of the world, look at
china. it's super thin holy cow. >> ainsley: he's looking at the worldly big picture trying to spin it and say everyone's going through this, this is not my fault. >> steve: it's better in france, israel japan you name it. meanwhile to the point of the people who tweeted out to the president yeah you changed lives $5 gas. $5 gas is keeping a lot of police departments from running the cars and petroleum as much as they have in the past. just in the last hour we spoke to the chief of police in south gainesville ohio and they're having to do something called stationary patrol where they park their cars and keep an eye on things and get out and walk and talk. >> ainsley: look at this one intersection all day long. >> steve: right. >> brian: got a telescope i want to see what's happening down the street. >> steve: they have no choice because they have no cash. here's the chief. >> it really impacts safety because we're not as visible as we normally want to be and we'd like to move around through our village and let people see us.
have a lot of older folks, retirees that love to see our cruisers drive through the trailer parks and in the residential areas. until the prices come down, we're going to have to adjust our budge ex and we're raising our budget up to 62%, and we're going to be over our budget if it continues. >> ainsley: gas prices are up, consumer prices are up, inflation is up, 40 year high and his approval ratings, joe biden's, down. >> brian: right. who do they blame? they blame wall street. he blames the oil and gas companies with profits. >> ainsley: putin. >> brian: vladimir putin and donald trump. he goes i didn't inherit a good situation. my predecessor had long gas lines and long food lines. of course, we were in a pandemic. >> ainsley: he inherited energy independence and now we are dependent. now our gas prices are through the roof.
>> steve: ainsley he's changing people's lives remember? >> ainsley: for the worse. >> steve: this morning he changed a bunch of oil company's lives because they wound up with a letter from the president reading the letter he sent to shell oil he was talking about how oil refiners significantly reduced their capacity during the pandemic which is absolutely true. but he goes on to say, quote, i understand that many factors contributed to the business decisions to reduce refinery capacity which occurred before i took office. of course, there's the donald trump part. but at the time -- at a time of war, refinery profit margins well above normal being passed directly on to american families are not acceptable. so the president is firing a warning shot over the bow of big oil and refiners. you've got to bring the price down because i've done everything i can. >> brian: because he said when gas was $120 a barrel of oil gas was about 4.25. now it's 5.16, place in california where it's $10. so he's saying the problem is refineries. well we haven't built one since
1970 and you had everyone divest from oil and gas and fossil fuels. and now you sit there and say i want you to get the prices down. hey, were you supplementing the oil and gas industry when we were in a pandemic and we just had floating barges in the middle of the pacific in the atlantic ocean waiting for someone to call their number to go into port? no, of course not. now you're making them the enemy when you already declared they were the enemy before you got the job. it doesn't work that way. >> steve: so we've got a tale of whoa that the president is changing your life and you can think either for the worse or for the better, largely depending on your political party. >> ainsley: are you better? is your savings account better now or was it before he took office? >> steve: right. i want to meet the person whose savings account is higher. >> brian: right. it will be great. i'm so tired of having all those dollar bills laying around my house, i finally got rid of them. >> ainsley: how's your 401-k doing? 201-k now. >> ainsley: exactly. >> steve: i love when financial advisors say the best thing about your 401-k is not to look at it. that's not why you pay them.
don't look? never heard of that. but good advice. yeah, don't look at your 401-k. thanks. how much commission do you get for that advice? . >> steve: as long as you weren't retiring this week you'd be fine. >> brian: you never know. >> steve: really? wait, hold it, do you have an announcement? >> brian: no. there would be a big party. >> steve: okay. >> brian: i'm not going to do that. >> steve: who would be throwing it? >> brian: everybody here. >> ainsley: we would be excited. >> brian: exactly. >> ainsley: we wouldn't. >> carley: brian you physically left your dents in the couch so you're not going anywhere. >> brian: hegseth has a bigger butt than i have. >> carley: he's right behind that wall. >> steve: we'll be here to measure in a little while and find out who's responsible. >> ainsley: measure it? we will not. >> brian: who wants to toss to carley. >> steve: i did. >> carley: steve already did. an update of a story out of florida, the ex-wife of microsoft executive jared who was fatally shot in front of his child earlier this year has reportedly hired a criminal
defense lawyer brought against first wife slain a garner fernandez has reportedly retained the services of an attorney who says he was brought in to quote protect her young twins from any publicity surrounding this tragic event. police have not yet named any suspects in bride igan's murder. dh s punishment for several mountain perform agents falsely accused of whipping migrants last summer p authorities say discipline will be in response to administrative violations as those agents were cleared of criminal charges. the false claim was pushed by several major media outlets in the immediate aftermath of that incident along the banks of the rio grande valley in del rio texas. those whips were later revealed to be the reigns used to maneuver the horses >> the price of bitcoin hovering around the 21,000 mark after trading below that level earlier this morning. the cryptocurrency is down about
68% from its high and coin base global one of the largest crypto exchanges said yesterday it will be laying off 18% of its staff. its stock is down about 80% today, the market value of the entire crypto sector has fallen to less than $1 trillion from about $3 trillion in november. and check out this, feel good story here. shaquille o'neal making a dinner to remember for diners at one new york city restaurant. page six reporting the big picked up the tab for everyone in the restaurant after going out on a date. the nba hall of famer even bought dinner for the restaurant's entire staff. how cool is that? we hear shaq went to dinner with a mystery woman. >> really? >> carley: yes, he divorced his ex-wife shawnee in 2011. headlines, how about that. >> brian: i think his ex-wife got remarried. number two is, i believe supposed to be a heck of a date. >> carley: he does stuff like that all the timement you hear
stories about him giving $1,002,000 tip. he bought an engagement ring for somebody. >> brian: in new jersey the boys and girls club. >> carley: a police officer, too, in florida? >> ainsley: yeah. >> steve: he asked the staff don't tell anybody i'm going to buy dinner for everybody but obviously somebody leaked the story out. ultimately though, the staff also said that it was -- he gave us a tip that was the biggest tip we have ever seen in the history of this restaurant. >> ainsley: if i'm that girl i say marry him. hopefully he'll call her again. >> carley: without question. >> ainsley: he's so nice. >> carley: i don't think that's why he did it he's a nice man. >> brian: he spent tens of thousands of dollars. he had chicken. and she ordered. >> carley: and others probably had the beef at those prices. >> ainsley: if you're going to pay don't tell them you're paying or they might order --. >> brian: by the way, if you marry shaq free icy hot. >> ainsley: that's right. >> brian: if you have a cramp,
if you have a cramp or swelling, icy hot. >> ainsley: and your first date with dawn was denny's, didn't you stay at the all you can eat buffet? >> brian: no. you're mixing a bunch of stories but not denny's. it was beef steak charlie's. >> steve: i think denny's is a step above. >> brian: really? if you want to impress a woman grand slam. >> ainsley: the breakfast. >> brian: the breakfast. >> ainsley: normally on a date you take her to dinner. i would love to go on a date with you. come to breakfast with me. no. >> steve: you don't want to hit a single. >> ainsley: 8.20. >> steve: you we should move on. >> ainsley: as dangerous protests continue outside the houses of our supreme court justices congress is passing new score measures to keep them safe but 27 democrats oppose the action. this he did not support it. we're going to tell you who. >> brian: plus pete hegseth taking on the work curriculum creeping into schools, here live with a preview of his new book,
>> ainsley: in his new book battle for the american mind uprooting a century of miseducation, pete hegseth details how american education has been destroyed and what we can do to restore it. and then turning point usa's founder charlie kirk is also taking on woke schools by launching turning point academy, the first of what will be a network of private schools focused on a classic pro american curriculum. pete and charlie join us now. good morning, gentlemen. >> good morning.
>> good morning. >> ainsley: pete congratulations your book is doing so well. i have it right here, battle for the american mind and some of the chapters talk about different things like the heights of the progressive woke mob. you also have one called how classical christian education works. i want to hear more about this. why do you say we need more christian education in our schools? >> pete: well because they ripped it out and undermined the foundations of our country from the beginning. our republican was premised on western christian ideas and foundations. chapter 11, page 233, we talk about phase one of the insurge answer to take back our schools and you know what that is? doing exactly what charlie kirk is doing with turning point academy. we have to build our own schools that educate kids the way kids were educated at the opportunity toing of this country, our founders were educated. the brilliance of 1776 was not an accident. they stood on the shoulders of previous wisdom and understanding of human nature, looking at the relationship between god and man and
government and man and they gave us this gift of the american experiment. that came through the classroom, the great book, understanding history. a what charlie's doing with turning point academy and the network of schools he's going to build is the way we take back our country. and that's the argument we make in battle for the american mind. and someone like him is on the fronts lines of how we take it back. >> ainsley: charlie you can't build these schools fast enough, parents are jumping for joy knowing you're trying to save our children. it's a pro american curriculum and fighting crt. you've opened one school now right in arizona? how's it going? >> that's exactly right. going really well. we already are starting with 600 students k-12, in collaboration with dream city christian here they approached us we started to work together and enrollment starts in august so we're off and running. we have two more schools we're about to announce in the coming weeks. congratulations pete on your wonderful book. i think we're going to have your book as required reading for all the students at turning point academy. you're right, the demand is
unbelievable right now. covid was a disaster an awful thing. the only good thing that came out of covid is we are seeing a new renaissance of american education. parents care about their kids' education more than ever before. they're asking questions and diving deep. we've seen home schooling explode. what we're going to do at turning point academy is to try and build a brick and more tear backbone for parents who still want to send their kids to school and to an environment to be socialized and learn proper american history. i'm so excited and optimistic because i think we are on the press puss of taking back our education system from the radical left. >> ainsley: pete can our schools be saved? is there anything you can do. i know you talk about pulling kids out putting them in christian schools. a lot of people can't afford that. can we save our public education? >> pete: i don't think so. the education industrial process is gone. they control every part of the pipeline that our kids have been taught >> ainsley: it was graduate >> pete: gradual and sudden.
i salute parents to go to school boards and do what they can. if you're fighting against the school and try to undo it, why do you want that as a parent. so yes school choice and things like that are good but what charlie is doing is an alternate p ecosystem, it's more affordable, i'm sure there will be scholarships. not elite schools of new york where you pay 60 grand a year. if you save and sacrifice you can do this for your kids. >> ainsley: charlie are you thinking about that making sure the tuition's not too expensive for parents who don't like the public education to get their kids in these schools. >> we're already raising money for scholarships by public donors we want to make it acceptable for all people. part of the envision is to empower foornts do a hybrid schooling model. thanks to technology we can finally figure out how to entrepreneurially break the back of the public education cartel. i agree we should fight at
public government schools but let's be realistic they control that as a monopoly the way to break it is build new exciting stuff is what we're doing at turning point academy. >> ainsley: hire a bunch of people and get these schools open in every single state across our country please. >> that's our vision. >> ainsley: thank you so much for everything. pete and charlie have new books out. pete's book battle of the american mind up rooting a century of miseducation is out now. and charlie's upcoming book the college scam how american university are bankrupting and brain washing the future of america's youth. pre sales right now going to hit shelves july 26th reserve your copy now and pick up pete's book as well, fantastic >> still ahead an historic win for the gop. mayra flores is set to be the first mexican-born woman elected to congress as a republican. senator marco rubio reacts to heroin and her platform celebrating illegal immigration next. or legal immigration. sorry >> plus from baby-sitting to
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>> the big news today texas republican mayra flores flaps a border district held by democrats for nearly a decade from blue to red in south texas. >> ainsley: she is the wife of a border agent and she's a mexican immigrant. >> brian: her win comes as border agents seize nearly half a million pills laced with fentanyl more than a hundred pounds of met and 22 pounds of cocaine. former gop senator marco rubio joins us now. we have a lot to talk about thanks for joining us. first off when it comes to this election, when it comes to republicans capturing the hispanic vote we see the polls. is this an indication the republicans are making gains like we have not seen since george w. bush? >> i actually think they're more historic than that not just gains by republicans severe losses by democrats and one of the things we're learning is that hispanic or so-called hispanic activists or people who
claim to speak for hispanics and actual hispanic voters and everyday people are not the same thing. his spat i cans don't want to pay $5 for gas, they don't want violent criminals running the streets, they don't want schools trying to convince their son he's their daughter they're not in favor and it's pronouncing themselves denouncing the party that is responsible for those kinds of policies. >> brian: sure. that particular district, nor, 85% hispanic. and they're right there at the border. so you've got to wonder, was it a myriad of issues as you just detailed or was it, you know, the incountriesable line where everybody's coming across there or was it fentanyl? because the fentanyl is impacting every person in that district. >> yeah. what i think it's about is working class common sense. people that live in the real world and have to deal with the real world consequences of stupid decisions. and so today, i think perhaps for the first time in our history, one of our borders is
no longer controlled by the united states government. it's controlled by a cartel. that's the bottom line. cartels have more power at that border than the united states government does and that's policy by design. when you have an administration that says to people, look, you shouldn't come to america illegally but when you do you're going to get to stay they're going to come. we have car veins of eight nine thousand people to organize laws and challenge and that's on the human front not to mention the drugs, the amount of drugs pouring through that border and killing people across the country is extraordinary. if you can't keep people from crossing the border you can't keep drugs from crossing the border and the people on the border are living with consequences of that. they have to live with the immediate consequences of these crazy insane deranged policy decisions. >> ainsley: senator what's interesting about that south texas race, democrats carried that district by 13 points in 2020 which signals trouble for the democrats in november. let's talk about security for our justices. because when that draft opinion
was leaked, you guys, all the senators voted unanimously to give protection to the juice justices and their immediately families 24 hours a day. that went to the house, nancy pelosi stalled and stalled and stalled, it took weeks to do it, yesterday there was a vote the house did pass it but 27 democrats voted against it many progressive. cory bush, jai a paul, aoc, presley, talib and maxine waters voted against it. did they vote against it because they wanted the staffers and the clerks to also have security and that wasn't in the bill or did they just not want these justices to have security at all? >> yeah, i don't -- look, i'll tell you this much, right? since that opinion was unlawfully leaked, we've had 23 pro life center city in america either fire bombed or vandalized. we had an assassin or would be assassin travel across the country and get to the doorstep of the supreme court justice. if that had been reversed if it
was 23 planned parenthood centers or liberal that was going to be killed that's all we would be covering and we would be having hearings and cnn would produce a 90 minute documentaries of hate in america. so these people are indicative of that craziness, the notion, the political violence is targeted at people we don't like on the other side, then, you know, that's okay. we saw that in the summer of 2020 with the riots, right? when they were burning police cars. these are some of the same people out there demanding the prosecutors not put people in jail and we help raise money to bail out the people who torched police cars or killed people or destroyed property. so it's part of the -- the first question you asked me? hispanic voters have common sense and they see this and say we don't want to be a part of a party that has people like that leading us. >> brian: senator, one real quick question. the disaster of that counsel of americas in los angeles, multiply that by nicaragua now hosting russia fighter jets and
venezuela cutting a trade deal with iran, have we just taken our hands off the wheel in central and south america? >> well, it's a couple things. i don't think this administration is respected frankly. this administration is looked upon as weak and ineffective. these people watch the same tv we do, they see the same interviews and the same presidential performance and they don't respect the guy. they're not afraid of them and they don't think they need to count on america or worry about what america thinks under joe biden. that's their feeling and that's what you saw pronounced. and second i don't think they have the a team in charge of the western hemisphere, i don't think they have the a team in charge of anything but certainly not in charge of the western hemisphere and that was indicative of the submit which frankly to me was a waste of time. >> brian: you did a good job for president trump in that area and he gave you a lot of latitude. senator thank you so much. >> thank you, thanks for having me on. >> brian: meanwhile still on this show, russia is in but novak djokovic is out? clay travis is here to react to
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>> one of the world's top tennis player may not compete in the u.s. open. we've heard this before. novak djokovic will likely have to sit out the u.s. open, it seems, as the u.s. retires all travelers to be fully vaccinated for covid-19. russian players however full clearance to play in america despite vladimir putin's brutal war in ukraine. even though they're banned at wimbledon. clay travis, what's going on here? it's speculation, we have a few months but it's speculation. >> it's crazy. so first of all congrats to the u.s. open i think they got it right allowing the russian players to play unlike wimbledon which is not allowing the russian players to play which is
crazy. and by the way that standard seems to be maybe breaking up a little bit in the world of tennis. since it's late august i think this will be get resolved. this was a huge controversy in the new york city over the yankees and mets when the major league baseball season was about to start and then they came out with a brand new special exemption which allowed those top major league baseball players to play because it was even crazier than that. remember, all the visiting team players though were not vaccinated would have been eligible to play which was the kyrie irving situation in play for a long time. >> brian: we have 300 cases in the country. we're really going to stop america because of this? it's a joke. >> it's a joke. i think this will end up getting resolved and yo witch will play. he kyrie irving, aaron rodgers, athletes honest enough to be frank about their vaccination status. >> brian: all right. let's talk about this liv golf
for fronted by greg norman. a lot of high profile players that have played there first event including sergio garcia, dechambeau who's also played and this other guy named phil mickelson. >> kind of a big name. >> brian: he is going to be playing in the u.s. open because the usga is different from the pga. so this is for the majors. he has got cheered when his name was announced but he's being targeted by the 9/11 families and others how could you play for a saudi backed tour? >> i think first of all the media's got this backwards. if you're going to go after someone you should be going after joe biden for saying that saudi arabia was a pariah state and now going over there on bended knee to beg for more oil. phil mickelson has never lectured anyone about his politics, nor have these other golfers, dustin johnson bryson dechambeau patrick reed all these guys, to me what they want is capitalism. the liv tour is offering more
money, the pga can't compete, i don't bee grudge them taking that opportunity. they'll still theoretically be able to play in the miningr majors and this liv tour versus the pga is one of the more intriguing battles in us history. >> this is more usfl world football league versus nfl than it is saudi money. think about it lebron takes china's billions they have a concentration camp blooming in that horrible country. >> yes. >> brian: titleist nike and callaway do huge business in china and through saudi arabia. fifa has the world dmup cue tar where it's illegal to be gay. where is this coming from? >> a hundred percent right and the nba remember pulled their all star game out of charlotte north carolina over a transgender bathroom bill. well, the nba is playing games in the uae where if you are gay you can be killed for being gay. what bothers me is when athletes or leagues are hypocritical. they lecture us and say hey if
you don't believe what i believe you're not a good person and then as soon as the money's there they leave. these golfers and everyone on this tour to my knowledge has never lectured us on politics. >> brian: you really look so comfortable sadly our segment came to an end. >> great to be back up here. >> brian: we built it for people like you. >> i appreciate it. >> brian: let me tell you what else is built, coming up on this show teams making top dollar charging as much $70 for summer jobs due to the labor shortage. a brilliant business plan next but first i want to check with dana perino who makes half that to host with bill hemmer right? >> i hope not. i don't know. brian you're always stirring up trouble always. >> brian: i know. >> good to see you getting me back for monday night i appreciate that t another night of primary elections in the books who won who lost and the race in texas that have democrats biting their nails over steadily losing hispanic support. what she thinks president putin
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interior east coast. all right. i'm going to send it over to you, steve. >> steve: thank you very much jd. have a great day. >> you too. >> steve: meanwhile high schoolers are in high demand this summer with the unemployment rate for teen-agers near a 70 year low as you can see right there. our next guest is a 16 year old teen-ager who founded teen campus, 'em employing teen-agers and capitalizing on labor shortages because some of these kids make $70 an hour. gabe jaffe joins me screen left along with teen hammonton baby sitter boston. >> good to see you. >> steve: how did you get this idea. >> about a year after the ago stemmed from the fact these kind of services we offer baby-sitting sports services for kids are things everyone needs and wants and providing a central marketplace to find high quality baby sitters and instructors and for clients, instructors to find clients, be a great idea.
>> steve: so in the intro i said that some of these kids are make ping $70 an hour that's more than the plumber down the street from you makes and he's a skilled craftsman. how are you able to charge that when you compare it to professional jobs. >> that's a question we get asked quite often actually and the answer is actually fairly simple. basically we set our prices for our services just like any company sets their price for their market. we look at the landscape did a market analysis and prices are competitive. if you look at the ham tons which is the area we primarily serves, professional tennis lessons or soccer lessons can go for $175 an hour but if you look at $70 an hour it's less than half the price so clients are happy to pay that price. >> steve: are you sure you're only 16. >> yes, last i checked. my mom unless she's lying. >> steve: she's right over here taking pictures. so austin you are a baby sitter. in fact, worked last night as a baby sitter from 4:00 to. >> 9:00. >> steve: and how much did you
make? >> made $175. >> steve: fantastic. of course of that 175 you had to give 25% to the guy who's sitting next to you because that's the way the business works. before this started, you never baby-sat before, did you? >> well, i baby-sat with teen hammonton for a little while now since it started. >> steve: but professionally, no. >> carley: but prior to that, no, not professionally. >> steve: but you've got little kids in your family. >> carley: two little siblings. >> steve: so you knew how to do it by doing that. one of the reasons you were attracted to team hammonton was the fact that a lot of employers during the summer hours, you know, they want you there all day long and for a busy active kid, write your own hours, it's great. >> yep, set my own availability. >> steve: all right. so what has the reaction been to this idea? >> so people love the idea. i mean our clients have loved the prices, i think that the service we're offering is quite unique in that clients can actually interview any instructor baby sitter for free on line before they book them
and that's the thing the clients have loved. i think that the selection of services we offer, we offer lifeguarding, we offer helping with birthday parties. it's more than just baby-sitting and sports lessons, it's something people have really been in a frenzy about and we've been basically booked every day since we began. >> steve: i imagine so because it's about supply and demand. >> yes. >> steve: in your neck of the woods the ham tons there are a lot of people looking for baby sitters or someone to hit the tennis ball with them and stuff like that. >> yes. >> steve: has anybody across the country reached out to you and said hey i'm thinking about doing this in oklahoma or illinois. >> so funny i got an e-mail yesterday and the subject line was teen houston with three question marks and they wanted me to branch out. so it's a an idea, this concept baby-sitting sports lessons can be done anywhere, something that works in any area of the country, something that is always needed so it's something that could be expanded really to any place. >> steve: now you can franchise. all right. to find out more about their services or apply to join their
team go to team-hammonton.com. gabe and austin thank you very much for joining us live. >> thanks for having us. >> steve: good luck and have a great summer. ainsley and brian what's coming up? >> we just can't wait to tell you what's coming up friday. >> ainsley: yeah. we are going to have the all american summer concert series continuing with gavin degraw this friday. >> brian: a super star who's really nice >> good morning guys. >> bill: she put the border on the ballot, many other policies on the ballot that we've been talking about every day an now she is a winner. good morning, bill hemmer live in new york city. >> dana: i'm dana perino, this is "america's newsroom." we are living through a political realignment. what seems to be happening at the border is that hispanics aren't just going from blue to competitive district and maybe
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