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♪♪ our dear friend, anthony fauci, came down with his first case of covid, this despite being boosted not once but twice! we wish him well. sure he's going to be totally fine. um, but maybe this will act as a catalyst to officially declare the covid endemic. [applause] >> greg: clap like your life depended on it, because it does. oh, all right. i hope this works. happy wednesday, everyone. we have a great show tonight! judge janine is joining us! [applause] and why not? i have pictures of her!
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>> aw! >> greg: you know it's illegal to write poodles dressed up as a cowgirl? >> ha-ha. >> greg: just checking. we're breaking new ground. it's time for "scratch-n-sniff monologue." this has never been done and probably for good reason, but it's true. at any moment, you, dear viewer, will be asked to scratch the tv screen when an image appears, and then you have to guess what that image smells like. i know! there's something wrong with me. there's something wrong with me, but isn't this fun? it's a special treat for all of you at home and for our fans watching for free at best buy. so let's go to the 1st one. yeah. yeah. yeah. yeah. yeah. all right. huh? huh? oh yeah, there you go. the scratch-n-sniff. get up there. get up to your screen.
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smell it. smell it. smell your fingers. get up there. all right, what's that smell like? what's that smell like? now if you guessed parmesan cheese, you win. but we will accept crisco, because we know he does. hunter claims his dad viewed him as a god. if that's not an argument for atheism, what is? the recording was stored on the laptop we were told was russian disinformation by this lady. remember her? all right. get up there. get up there. you have two seconds to smell her. what does she smell like? does she smell like a new career? you're right. but we would have taken
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russian dressing. any way, let's go to hunter. i wonder if we'll talk about anything. >> let's talk b um, anything that i -- let's talk about, um, anything that i want to that he believes in. if i say this is important to me, then he will work a way in which to make it a part of his platform. the man i most admire in the world, that god to me, thinks i'm a god. and my brother did, too. and the three of us, it was literally i had the support. i can do anything. >> greg: including his brother's wife. any way. hunter claims his dad would do anything he said which must have made the hookers very nervous. speaking of "pop," here you go. all right.
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what's that smell like? get up really close. take a deep whiff. is it disaster? incompetence? loaded pair of depends? polygrip? yesterday he put on a show at afl-cio. that's the new ben & jerry's flavor. but he doesn't want to hear anymore of these lies. >> i don't want to hear anymore of these lies,about reckless spending. we're changing people's lives! >> greg: yeah. we're changing people's lives. that's true actually. my neighbor phil now demands to be called phyllis. we're actually closer now. yesterday, i went bra shopping with him. it's difficult. but if joe is changing people's lives, how is that a positive? polio changed lives, too. i'm not saying joe was like polio, or am i? am i? doesn't matter, because i bet his plan is simple. >> my plan is simple.
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first, i'm doing everything in my power to blunt putin's gas price hike. going to take time, but let the world coordinate the largest release of what i've been able to do. the largest release of oil from the global funds in history. >> greg: he didn't even like the sentence he started with. i'm done. i mean, that was a mess, and it wasn't true but, ok, because his plan isn't finished, like that sentence, and the results aren't finished either. >> that's why my plan is not finished and why the results aren't finished either. >> greg: the results aren't finished? that's the same thing the plastic surgeon said on michael jackson's face. oh, what? too soon? the only thing that remains. so what's his solution for a flailing economy? i bet all he's asking for is for the largest corporations and wealthiest americans to pay their fair share.
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>> all i'm asking is for the largest corporations and the wealthiest americans to begin to pay their fair share in taxes. >> greg: we wouldn't mind paying our fair share if we weren't already. he's right. paying $5 a gallon for gasoline and $6 per pound for a hamburger isn't fair at all, to us. i always knew living in new york, i would eventually get mugged. i just didn't think it'd be by my butcher. by the way, since when is raising taxes the solution for inflation? we're already getting taxed by rising prices, and now you want to add more? it's like he's only got one tool to fix 20 different problems. as procktologist whose only medical instrument is a hand grenade? at least he's not coughing. [coughing] >> i'm not joking! >> greg: last time i coughed like that, i was being checked for a hernia by kevin spacey.
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sorry. no doubt, joe's been exposed to covid-19, but it's covid-18/19 but america still has a choice to make. >> america still has a choice to make. >> greg: do we impeach you now or invoke the 25th amendment? what about the better-paying jobs? >> better-paying jobs for been jobs for them and their families. it's been a long time since that's happened in this country. >> greg: yeah, a long time? you have to harken all the way back to 2020! oh, those were the days. so why is everything so bad now? well, instead of focusing on the economy, his woke white house targeted parents at school boards, elevated identity over education, made sure every job appointment was a historic first and a historic worst. instead of prioritizing competence. and now under biden, even tampons are in short supply.
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if that's not a war on women, i'm joy bayhar and how do you know that i'm not? we could pass for twins if i stopped shaving my back. but that doesn't affect joe, because nothing does. he's just along for the ride, and he's not even driving and that's why as gas prices soar, it's also not his problem. last time he was behind the wheel, it was when his secret service member pulled him around the white house grounds in a red wagon. so we have a president who not only does not feel your pain, he's not even thinking about it. only one thing at a time and that thing is usually how do i climb the stairs? he's no figure for a crisis. look, i know my limitations. if i'm at a party and you need some drinks, i'll make 'em, but if someone starts choking, i'd be as useless as dr. jill biden. and that kind of emergency, i will disappear quicker than jesse waters when the check arrives. we need someone to throw us
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a lightsaber here, not a dum-dum, hah? i wonder what joe has to say? >> hey come on, man, look, look, i'm sick and tired of it, man. hey, look, i know some things are more expensive. gas and -- but some things are less expensive. you have to look around. i mean, look at this. my pillow, this guy is having a 2-for-1, practically giving them away. have you priced lp records lately? look at this. these cost $10. $1.50 on ebay. macho macho man. they got everything on there. all right? a little over $1. how about this? .99 cents? cher's greatest hits. look, i think she was better after she left ike turner. ♪ do you believe in love after love ♪♪ [coughing] >> greg: ha-ha! let's welcome tonight's guests! criminals ask bailiffs to protect them from her. cohost, judge jeanine pirro.
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he's so chiseled, michelangelo is jealous, host of can't cancel rob smith, rob smith. she once got a noise complaint from an air horn. fox news contributor kat timpf. and his jumping jacks register on the richter scale, my massive side kick and the nwa world champion tyrus! judge, welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> greg: you look very well pollinated. >> well, thank you. what does that mean? you like my flowers? >> greg: i like your flowers. they're blooming. >> ha-ha. that's enough! >> greg: it is enough. it is enough, judge. welcome to the show. how did you like the scratch-n-sniff segment? that was an experiment. >> i'll tell you, the most disgusting, though, was joe biden. i mean, that was really
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scary. >> greg: exactly. what's going on, judge? what are we doing? >> who? him or us? >> greg: us. our country. what do we do? you have all the answers. >> look, it's all russia's fault. it's all putin's fault. you know what the problem is? >> greg: what? >> we only got 8% of our oil from putin. then with the ukraine war, we cut down to nothing, yet everything is still putin's fault. i don't know which one it is. >> greg: it is true. it's only 8%. >> it's less than that now because of the war. >> greg: isn't that crazy? he's pointing fingers and i hate it when they point fingers, rob, especially when it's at me. >> interesting. the most interesting thing about the hunter biden stuff is the man that joe biden thinks is a god is a crack head. that explains a lot of these policies coming out of this administration. then when you watch joe biden, it's like he's got two different things. either he's screaming at you or he's doing that creepy
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whisper which i'm glad didn't happen but it's almost like he's that meme of that old man yelling at a crowd. he's literally abraham's. [indiscernible] that's who he is at this point. >> greg: i haven't sought out old be a simpson in a while. he's my favorite after o.j., of course. everyone has a favorite simpson. ashley. any way. why did that come into my brain? tyrus, what did you think of the snatch-n-sniff? give it a rating? >> i think it should be done on monday. i think it'll be a great thing on mondays. i'll watch it from home. i will try it out and tell you how it works and text you afterwards. >> greg: because you're not on the show on mondays. >> yeah. can i answer your question about this or do you just want to -- >> greg: do you get the impression that democrats in politics are all about knowing what is better for you than you know what is better for yourself so you
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can get rid of the problems like the high gas. >> you can combine the hunter biden situation with his policy. it's bad parenting. >> greg: ooh! >> across-the-board. he's not responsible for his son's actions, but he is responsible for enabling his son's actions. if you're a parent and your child is an adult and he's a drug addict, you don't keep throwing more money on it. you cut him off. >> greg: right. that's true. >> you publicly let everyone know he's got a problem. you step down from office to take care of your family. as senator, he should have been doing that he never should have ran for president knowing the issues that one of your child has. he's now made him a target. you take that, how is he governing? how is he running this country? what is he doing when there's a problem? he takes our money and throws it on it? and he can keep pulling it
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and on it. so forget all the espionage and right wing stuff, whatever, our president is a bad parent and he's running our country like a bad parent. and that's why everything is expensive. >> i would like to get emancipated. [applause] >> greg: i'm going to be a great parent by not having children. >> yes! >> greg: my non-kids will thank me like thank god, wherever they are. you know, kat, let's be honest, of all the people in this studio, we know hunter was on coke. >> exactly. >> greg: you know that conversation. >> many things could always be true at once. obviously there's corruption going on in the biden family. it's equally obvious that that recording sounds like every man ever on cocaine. you know, if you did a study of things that people say
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when they've been coked out for days, i can do anything! and he thinks i'm god! those are probably right at the top. his voice is all raspy. he sounds like he's been huffing drugs for quite a while. i don't doubt that even if none of it were true he'd probably be feeling it. people who are coked out tend to have high estimations of their abilities. >> greg: he never shut up. coke heads will talk about anything. they'll talk about their screen play. by the way, so i have this idea, half judge, half robot fighting aliens on an uncovered planet that's inside earth. >> ok, i've no idea what you're talking about, but what i want to ask is how come the two of you know what it's like to be coked out? >> they watch ame.
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they watch ame. they watched the hunter biden documentary on fox nation. >> who narrated that documentary? i did, and i don't know what they did. >> i volunteer with underprivileged -- i didn't want to bring it up. i don't want to brag. >> greg: real journalists like me are happy to -- you have to get into the head of a coke head, right? >> yep. yep. yep. >> there's an office full of them right now, interviewing them every week. >> and i spent my life putting people like that -- not you -- in jail. >> greg: well, you know what? >> what? >> greg: you missed this little guy. i crawled right through the bars. >> what is that about the alien? >> greg: forget about it. it was a long time ago. the biggest story here, they covered up this story to win an election. that's the big story. you wonder why there was a rally january 6th is because people had
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>> greg: they just can't get a grip that there were never any whips. reporters get the punishment they feared even though their case was cleared. they were just trying to control the horses but the dhs still punished them. department of homeland security is preparing to discipline patrol agents forcibly accused of whipping migrants last set i guess this is their version of law and order at the -- last september.
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i guess this is their version of law and order at the border. the agents were holding reigns for controlling horses, not whips. despite that, they've already been cleared of criminal conduct. a federal source tells fox news the dhs will hit them with administrative violations and they'll be given the chance to defend themselves. how nice! i'll tell you, biden is beating a dead horse but he might try to arrest himself. now if all of this stinks like amber heard's bed after a chili cookoff, it's because at the time that this fake news hit, the media was all too eager to run with the whip lie. the media then never admitted they blew it and ignored the story after the agents were cleared. worse, dhs secretary alejandro mayorkas and the president, they stunk like this. >> our entire nation saw horrifying images who do not reflect who we are, who we aspire to be or the integrity and values of our truly heroic
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personnel in the department of homeland security. >> it was horrible what you saw to see people treated like they d horses nearly running over people and people being strapped. it's outrageous. i promise you, those people will pay. >> greg: we're paying, right? $5 for gas. 20% of our 401k is gone. thankfully, a picture paints 1,000 words. too bad joe biden doesn't have the stones to say any of them like "i'm sorry!" right, rob? why can't -- wouldn't it be amazing if biden actually apologized to these guys? >> it'll be amazing, but it's never going to happen. you know, when he made that statement, when he said "videos of people being strapped," there's joke about that and hunter biden's flattop. i don't know if i can put it together. this is what i call the jussie smollett cool of media reporting, right? there's a lie that goes out and it's a lie. kamala harris repeats and joe biden repeats it and everybody repeats it and then it's proving to be a lie and then these
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people never apologize. they never go back on it. they just continue to go on maxine waters who represents one of the poorest, most destitute districts in the country literally said that was worse than slavery. she's on record as having said that. she'll never apologize. it's outrageous. >> greg: i think they just assume everybody is so stupid, right, they don't have to apologize, tyrus. these idiots, they'll never remember. maybe they're right about their followers, but we remember everything here, because we're really smart. we take our pref gin -- prevagin. here is the deal. we're not on tv right now. somebody leaked it and the reason why they leaked it, my theory, is it was sitting on someone's desk. they knew the guys were innocent. the dhs wasn't going to do anything about it so some brave person leaked it to fox -- this is my theory -- and now they have to deal with it. >> someone said let's force their hand. >> exactly. >> they were going to be disciplining them for the next three years. >> greg: yes. >> until it went away.
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now what they're going to do now, they're going to say they didn't fill out their horse release paperwork on the day. they didn't sign buttercup out appropriately and just have her back in the stall by the time they got back and that is egregious. >> greg: yes. >> animal cruelty. >> greg: uh-huh. >> and just so happens that that horse was black so we also have a hate crime, yes, they do. but identified as a sheep and was put in the wrong stall. so there was a whole lot of issues there, and apparently also i'm sad to report they used the wrong pronoun with the horse. so they are all suspended without pay for four hours. >> greg: ha-ha! [applause] >> greg: kat, you blog about the border constantly. it's amazing. the in-depth analysis that you pout this topic. >> yes, that's cath -- you pout this topic. >> yes, that's katherine seaton. >> greg: bret baier?
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what do you think they're going to do with this. what kind of punishment do you think they'll leak out? >> we don't know what happened. i spend so much time -- i'm sure, yes, i'm sure it's tyrus' thing -- i spend so much time reading all of these articles and they're all the same. administrative errors. well, what does that mean? what does that -- like, my whole life has been a series of administrative errors. like? what exactly were they? where they less egregious and publicly accusing them of whipping people? because that to me is horrible, and i think everybody thinks that that is horrible. it's just a matter of who actually even knows that that happened or not, because there could be people who see this headline and they just think maybe the administrative error is the whipping because a lot of people don't bother to read stories anymore. they just form opinions based on headlines. >> greg: that's called
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geraldoing. sorry. >> yes. [applause] >> greg: oh, it's terrible, and he's not here to defend himself as well which i like. judge, there's a lot of bad people in this story but it's the media. it's exactly what rob said. the media and the politicians played this thing up, and now they just act like it never happened? >> you know what -- what -- what i just don't understand is if the biden administration doesn't want border patrol on horses, then why do they send them to the border? like, what is the point? are they supposed to stop the immigrants? organize them in some way? because if that's not what they want them to do, then they're paying them for something that they really don't want to pay them for and that they don't want them to do. the truth is, they're doing their job. they don't have a president who will stand up for them and they've got the leftists telling the president you have to punish
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these people. they haven't done anything criminal. that's already been established so what they're trying to do is they're trying to make them look like bad people because they have reigns and not whips. maybe they should just outlaw the horses. >> greg: there you go. >> if you outlaw horses, then there won't be any more problems. that's what you have to do. >> greg: up next, we have to rename the pox says the world's top docks. -- docs. you're going to love this.
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>> greg: will the pox get renamed so monkeys won't feel ashamed? the who gets bitter about diseases named after a critter. the world health organization is changing the name of monkey pox because the name shouldn't reference places or animals and it could be stigmatizing. true. what is stigmatizing? the monkey part or the pox part? it's why i stopped eating bananas at lollapalooza. but it's the name they've got a problem with. virologists say in the context
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of the currents global outbreak, continued reference to a nomenclature of this virus being african is not only inaccurate but is also discriminatory and stigmatizing. how can it be discriminatory? what about these guys? yeah. kat has no idea what we're talking about. >> the millenials are really struggling. >> yeah. look at kat. >> greg: the organization's director, general pedro. [struggling to say the last name] we'll call him "ted" saying that they'll make the announcement asap. stands for as soon as possible, kat. this is the same woke organization that had a problem with wuhan virus. we saw how that turned out at
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the bat fillet stand at the wet market and never recovered. it's true. sounds delicious. really, if they're worried about animal names, what about their hippo cratic oath? i know that's disgusting. we go now to the doctor in charge of changing the name. [monkey noises] >> doctor, can we call it the chimp pox? [monkey noises] >> doctor, can we call it gorillafluenza? [monkey noises] [chicken noises] [monkey noises] >> yes, doctor, everyone is
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wondering, when can we go back to having sex with monkeys? [monkey noises] >> greg: tyrus, i've been trying to come up with names. do you have any? any new names? >> no, but i've got a slight observation. the big thing is stigmatism, think of it as racist but they made a racist or a horrible stereotype in their thing saying that only monkeys come from africa. ever been to south america? ever been down there? they have a [bleep] ton of monkeys down there. so you're gonna get rid of the name so you're going to get rid of small pox? of course. that's very effective. >> oh no. that's true. [applause] >> greg: there is no large pox, is there?
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>> no, we're healthy. top of the food chain. if we were puppies, we would eat. you would just pee on yourself over there and judge jeanine pirro adopts you and then nurses you back to health. you're the one she's going to hold and put in the purse. >> greg: creating a whole narrative about my life. >> change that small pox. >> i would hate for someone to do that to me. >> speaking of chicken pox -- well, the thing about -- look, no one is asking them to change the name of chicken pox because. [indiscernible] got offended because it was boise-like. no one asked that. exactly. i'm very interested as to -- there's some sort of like monkey rights organization that, you know, made this sort of push for this? >> exactly. >> these are the same people that kind of -- the world health organizations and the left wing people are the ones that will
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give you tampons in men's bathrooms. we need to stop listening to all of them. >> greg: this monkey pox is spread by anal sex at raves. care to comment? >> no! no! it's caused by humans having sex with monkeys. >> greg: no. well no. >> i just read it. >> greg: it's spread by anonymous anal sex. >> no! no! no! no. >> no one introduces them to the monkey. >> good evening, i'm tyrus. thank you for coming. >> you're my kind of guy. listen, here is the thing, the monkeys are not suing. who cares? >> greg: i know! but you know what? i believe -- [applause] -- >> one last thing, that monkey is from asia. >> yeah, india! that's from india. >> tyrus said something about monkeys having sex against their will. are we back to the hunter biden laptop again? >> you did it!
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you did it. >> greg: all right, kat, let's get mature analysis going. >> katherine seaton? >> >> greg: can you tie this to the monetary fund? >> sometimes i have trouble because i'm up all night reading about the monetary fund, and i don't get enough sleep. no, i could be a scientist i realize. >> greg: why? >> because i didn't want to be, because i didn't really like to do science. >> greg: right. >> they don't do science. they just say stuff. i got a lot of experience doing that. >> greg: you do. you do. the priorities, the priorities now are words over treatment. >> i could go in there and help them name the pox. i can go up there and just say stuff about stuff. i already have been doing that for years. >> greg: uh-huh. >> how can i not be the next fauci? >> greg: i don't know, have you come up with any -- like -- so it's -- sex you get in outdoor festivals. >> bummer pox because it's a bummer and butt. got it?
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>> greg: is it impossible to voice a plight if you're old, cranky and white? a writer of a suspense novel says comments forced him to gravel. best-selling novelist james patterson claimed white males face a different kind of racism just like my tryout for the harlem globetrotters. in an interview, he said can you get a job? yes. is it harder? yes. it's even harder for older writers. yeah, you don't meet many 52-year-old white males, same thing disney security said to me at the tea cup. so that's what he said on
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sunday. i bet you can guess what he said on monday tweeting, "i apologize for saying white male writers having trouble finding work is a form of racism. i absolutely do not believe that racism is practiced against white writers. please know i'm separating myself from -- [indiscernible] in hollywood everywhere." oh, that was a close one, nor did he blink while reading his statement like a p.o.w. being shot down over a wokist stand. but obviously he's wrong. whites not getting hired due to their race to hire someone else because of their race is not racism, it's inclusion, right? tell that to james patterson. he wrote two novels with bill clinton. the president is missing and the president's daughter. apparently, they're working on a third book called "the president is missing and so is your daughter." [laughter] >> that was your daughter. >> greg: ha-ha! kat! kat, should he have apologized? >> i don't think he should have
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apologized, because he was clearly not sorry. he didn't -- that wasn't really an apology. he just said i apologize. i don't think that, but he didn't explain, ok, why'd you say that? or why do you feel differently now? he just was saying -- he -- if you break down that apology, he just said, i didn't realize that people would be mad and i don't like that they are. that's it. i think when people apologize and aren't really sorry, it makes it impossible for someone to apologize when they are sorry, there's so many of them, no one believes you. >> greg: when you don't apologize when you don't mean it, your life is over. we see this play over and over. tyrus, you have a lot of thoughts on old, white men, don't you? >> i'm going to miss 'em. for a good chunk of my life, they were what went wrong on my date. apparently now they need help. >> greg: they do. >> i don't think it's every -- first of all, never apologize.
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and if you are -- maybe talk to your friends. whenever you want to get on the podium and say something, you have to be able to stand by it. obviously with the way things are going right now, i would imagine being an old white male at 52 years old trying to write a book or a novel probably is going to be treated the same as if it was 50 years ago when an old brother was trying to write a novel, because they are now the thing you don't want to be, because they're not woke. they're from a different time. they're a dinosaur. they have white privilege. they have all of these horrible things. what old white men need to start doing instead of apologizing is standing up for themselves and saying -- when he said that, he should have been, it shouldn't be like that. it should be based on merit. it's not about -- that's the problem, it's not about equality. it's about having advantage. >> greg: there you go. >> because you get advantage, you want to exclude the group that's already there. >> greg: there you go. >> so old white men are feeling it, and white people in general because you're allowed -- we can punch new the face and you're not allowed to even say
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anything. they actually say thank you. >> i love old men. >> greg: you do. you do. >> because they all love me so much. you know what i'm saying? >> greg: ha-ha. judge, that's disgusting! >> yeah. wait! >> greg: what bugs me about this is this guy is super successful! he's probably got a lot of money. why apologize. you have f-you money. f-you money is -- causes you never to apologize. >> you're one of the most successful authors in history and you're not 82 years old. he's 75. where did 52 come from? >> greg: i have no idea. >> you know what? he's got no right saying that. this guy has all the benefits of having been a pro in succeeding. what caused him to even say that? why would he feel discriminated against? i mean, really? get a life. >> greg: because his book is not selling. that's what it is. >> that's because he talks of
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bill clinton and his daughters. >> he wrote a book with dolly parton. >> he wrote a book with dolly parton? >> see? he did that well! >> ha-ha. >> greg: rob, is this one of these things that doesn't solve anything? >> it doesn't, so i'm going to say what i say all the time on my podcast, you can't cancel rob. do not apologize. the woke mob doesn't want your apologies. they want your submission. all they want is for to you apologize. i'll try to be as succinct as possible when i say this historically, old white dudes have gotten a lot of opportunities. now that's changed and they're trying to get a lot of young people opportunities. maybe old white dudes aren't being looked at in the way they were before. did that happen? yes. was there an element of correctness into what he said? yes. jumping in and calling him a racist is the third rail. if i was his publicist, i would have been pulling my hair out. so that tweet, that apology was literally tweeted behind the barrel of a shot gun. he probably didn't even write it, um, and it's all going to
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blow over. >> yeah, well, i think we learned a lot. if a lot means nothing. we've learned nothing. which is the mark of a great show! [laughter] up next, does seeing your face on zoom make you want to leave the room? only at vanguard you're more than just an investor you're an owner. that means that your priorities are ours too. our interactive tools and advice can help you build a future for the ones you love. that's the value of ownership.
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>> a story in five words. >> greg: staring at yourself is bad. go to the expert, kat. study says staring at yourself on zoom could put you in a bad mood. what do you think? >> it depends. staring at yourself on zoom -- i don't really look that good so it does bum me out. looking at myself in the mirror, it depends on the lighting. when you're walking down the street and you look at yourself in a store window, it always makes you happy. i always look so good. then you go inside and look in the mirror and you're like [bleep]. >> greg: yeah, i never get tired of looking at myself, judge. always something new on my face that i never discovered before. >> i'm happy for you. >> greg: yeah. yeah. yeah. it's amazing. i could stare at myself for hours. sometimes i do, even without a mirror. >> ask the question? >> greg: what do you think? >> the worse thing is staring at yourself on a zoom call because you're so self-critical, you get
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crazy, all right? so i don't like that i'd rather be on the phone. and the truth is, you know, zoom -- if you're jeffrey, you should never go on zoom. you know? just look at your face. that could be a good thing. >> greg: you know, rob, isn't it -- it's kind of weird when you think about it that you have your face your entire life that you never really get sick of it. isn't that interesting? >> it is interesting. i mean, i personally only prefer to look at myself through fox news studio lighting, so i think -- >> greg: yes! it is amazing. >> i think that's why i'm at my best. >> greg: it's amazing. this thing makes everybody -- >> from the store window? i don't know. >> greg: if you saw me here, i look like quasimodo. here? sometimes i sleep with me. sometimes i do. sometimes i do. where am i? am i on tv still? tyrus? are we still on tv? >> for another six minutes, yeah, we are. >> greg: we got, like, i don't know how much time we have. 30 seconds or 40 seconds? >> all right, this -- this is stupid. >> >> greg: yes.
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>> and i'm just going to put my sexist hat on for a minute. this is obviously written by a husband desperately trying to get his wife to stop looking at herself while he's talking to her. it has nothing to do, because every time you talk to them and they're going like this uh-huh, yeah. uh-huh. and he's like, so, i broke my leg and this happened. stop looking at yourself and see if your hair looks good! judge, kat, that's what you do and we're trying to tell you a story and you're looking at yourself the whole time! >> greg: that is so true! >> that is not true. i sometimes do look at my own instagram to see how the world might perceive me. >> so true! >> do you see the people walking down the street doing like that? >> greg: i want to shoot them with love pimples. i don't know what that means. >> next time you facetime or you zoom your wife, gutfeld, watch how many times she admires herself while you talk. so i'm writing this -- >> greg: spouses get sick of your face.
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