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blake says, do you have bodyguards? what do i need bodyguards for? i've got the duck guys here. plus it is the pelosis. it's not like i am messing with the clintons. never want to do that, i am smarter than i look. thanks, guys. dvr the show. tucker is up next and always remember, i am watters and this is my world. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." tonight, the true measure of ch, wise man once said is not when you make a mistake. all of us do. but when you learn from that mistake. with those words in mind we would like to begin tonight with an admission. it is contrition night on fox news, it is time to reassess our view of kamala harris. if you watch the show you know for more than a year we've had our pretty conventional
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understanding of our first black/indian/canadian vice president who also happens to identify as a woman. we have assumed that kamala harris was historically unpopular because she is historically incompetent and fake. we assume she earned her low approval numbers and we are not alone in that pair lots of other people have come to the very same conclusion. there is currently a debate among software engineers about whether paris is even of biological origin or the product of a governmental ai project online. we don't understand the answer but we understand the question, she is that synthetic. again, until the other day we assumed that people don't like kamala harris because she is highly unlikable. keep in mind that even her own husband kisses her with a mask on. to us, that seemed like a pretty clear sign. but we are here tonight to tell you that assumptions can change. even assumptions rooted in overwhelming evidence and observable reality. sometimes, and this happens,
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your entire worldview can flip upside down instantly, invert in a flash of light. our road to this experience came when we saw this clip from joy reid from msnbc doing a drive time radio show. watching it, we realized the problem isn't kamala harris. of the problem us. so take a look at this. open your mind a little bit and see if you don't come to those same a life-changing conclusion that we did. here's joy reid. >> i think for kamala harris, she has had like i'm of the triple problem of being a woman, so people not being able to respect her the way they will respect a male vice president. being black, we already know what that carries with it, the anti-blackness comes with the package. also being vice president at a time where it is really with a difficult. >> i thought about this all the time, madam vice president, she went to howard, and when she talks to you, -- >> she's a regular. >> she is regular and sociable
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and it's unfortunate that more people don't see that pair there is also the dumbing down of the american electorate. people don't understand civics, they don't understand politics, they don't understand how things work. >> tucker: did you hear that? have you internalized it? have you brought it deep inside and let it marinade a little bit? people who don't like, here is our sexist obviously, like admiral rachel levine, she identifies as a woman too appear they are also racist because she is the daughter of a jamaican college professor. they are also stupid by definition. they know nothing about civics or american politics. this is the dumbing down of america. unlike kamala harris, you don't "understand how things work." so the takeaways, here is isn't unpopular because she is a bad person, she is unpopular because you are a bad person. you are the problem. your racism is hurting kamala harris' political career. then we realized, how about this for mind-bending, joy reid is talking about us.
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then we broke down and shed the bitter tears of self-awareness in our journey of education began. we wanted to know more. we found an interview with a black supremacist website called a brew that is now a permanent fixture in our favorites tab. she's the child of well-educated african americans and went to harvard. naturally she has a gut level experience of being black in america that we do when you are from denver and you went to harvard, it is part of you. like kamala harris growing up in montreal. as joy reid put it, kamala is just a regular sister in the way that people say michelle obama's like your sister if your cousin became first lady. kamala harris is like if your cousin became vice president of the united states. i don't think she gets to show that personality often enough so people don't get a chance to know her. are you following this customer kamala harris is like your sister in the same way that michelle obama would be your sister if your sister was your cousin and also married to the
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president. why haven't we realized that before. as joy reid pointed out, most of the media is still white and male. those damn white males always hiding the sister-cousin connection. and for the first time we can see that our racism had blinded us for so long and the truth hurt, it was so painful that four days we had to wear sunglasses even indoors beer but was worth it, because at that point, we began a journy of contrition and self-discovery that was honestly well overdue. like adam kinzinger we finally faced the truth about ourselves and were moved to weeping by what we sow. how could we be so darn racist? that is what we are asking ourselves in the fading light of this year's juneteenth observance for that was the old us. we shut it like a snake skin. it's time to change, it's time to do better, it's time to think a new tonight we thought we knew about kamala harris. so we are going to take a look at some of the sound bites we
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have mocked on the show of the last year to have an boy, doesn't it feel good just to admit fault? if you say to the world, yes, we are not perfect, we get it wrong sometimes but not anymore. we have fresh eyes, and with those eyes we are going to assess this footage in a brand-new way. here's tape of harry is repeating the very same line about "speaking truth." we used to make fun of this. not anymore. >> one of the most important values i think we must fight for is to speak truth. >> and we will speak truth about the injustice. we will speak truth about the inequity. we will speak truth about the unfairness. >> and let's speak truth. let's speak truth. >> so let's speak some truth. >> and we must speak truth no matter how uncomfortable it may be to hear. we need to speak truth. >> we've got to speak truth. one must speak the truth. >> and that we speak truth. >> and we must have the courage
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to speak truth. >> someone who has the courage to speak truth. >> let's speak the biggest truth, the biggest truth of all. >> tucker: so our assumption for decades was that politicians who make a habit of using the word "truth" are probably really by definition lying. at that is why they say "truth" so often. i'm not cheating, i promise! but what really struck us, the old us is the fact that kamala, or kamala -- it doesn't matter how you pronounce her name. it doesn't matter, that is what we realized. but what struck us is that she repeats the same line again and again and again. our old reaction was derision. not exact the socrates, that was the phrase to use. but that reaction, we now see, comes from a place of privilege. deconstruct your unconscious bias and ask yourself, what a be capable of repeating the same
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canned phrase dozens of times with this kind of precision without changing a single facial expression? oh, no! a try that at home, you can't do it. you are so dumb it too self-aware. but not kamala harris, she has what it takes to repeat herself in verbatim for days at a time, behaving as if each time is the first time. we stand corrected, and we stand in awe. here she was in may telling us about the importance of, and we are quoting, working together. >> we will work together and continue to work together to address these issues, to tackle these challenges, and work together, operating from the new norms, rules and agreements that we will convene to work together on. >> tucker: again, we laughed at that cliff, we've done it
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more than once. it feels good to admit it. at the time we assumed kamala harris just got lost in the middle of a sentence, she couldn't find her way out. together, working together, how to make it out of the sentence? together. now we see what is really happening here. kamala harris fully understands the importance of working together. not just working, but together. working together. that is not something we should not, that is brilliant and science has proven its brilliance. ten years ago researchers at trinity college in dublin, ireland, founded we are quoting, proof that evolution of intelligence and larger brain sizes can be driven by -- or do you know what by, and we are quoting -- cooperation and teamwork. in other words, working together. so when kamala harris tells us again and again and again that we need to work together, she is not simply repeating some vapid, candid sound bite she's been handed by her handlers.
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no, she is literally, literally moving human evolution forward. she is making the species better on a cellular level. how long until we can fly? if kamala harris keeps it up, not long. she does this all the time. she makes us better. and as she does, she does her homework. as joy reid told us, it is the dumbing down of america, the dummies here can't see it, but,, here is can because she's done the work. here she is talking to kids at the african american museum of history. >> today is the day to celebrate freedom. and think about it in terms of the context of year history, knowing that black people in america were not free for 400 years of slavery. >> tucker: okay, again, there are a couple different ways to assess that coin.
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the old us, before we were reborn, and since we are dealing with cliches we are going to compare ourselves to a phoenix, before we rose from the ashes of a new come of the old us would've said, wait a second, kamala harris, african americans weren't actually enslaved for 400 years in this country. that's not true. but we would've missed the point. if so would have been here's the kamala harris before her talk googled how long was there slavery in america and she sought has been 400 years since slavery began in america, which is true. but she forgot to subtract the years since the emancipation proclamation. it's actually fewer than 400. about 150 years fewer than 400, which would put us around 250. but whatever. that is not her fault, it is google's fault for not doing the subtraction for her. talk about a falling short of the promise of the internet. you know who runs google? joy reid, anyone?
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white men. google has already admitted. not convinced yet? then you are just a bad person and you are also jealous. you know what you are jealous of above all? not just the brilliance, not just the tenacity, you are jealous of kamala, or kamala, doesn't matter. you are jealous of her joy. >> what did you think when you watch that hearing? >> i will tell you, joy. i experienced great joy when i watched this brilliant, phenomenal black woman jurist be so smart, and i watched that with incredible joy. because it was just brilliance being displayed for the entire country to see. and i cannot wait to see -- that will only be matched by the joy that i experience when i see her
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take the oath to be the next justice on the united states supreme court. >> tucker: not just brilliant, but also phenomenal. so ask yourself, and be totally honest and put the thesaurus away. how many synonyms could you come up with in a row extemporaneously? just, top of your head. not just brilliant, but phenomenal? could you do that? no, you couldn't. by the way, you don't have her joy. maybe that is why you don't like her. we don't know, we can only tell you about our journey. someone who is thought a lot about this, he is a joyful man. he joins us now to assess our change of heart and the new us. it's great to see you, thanks so much for coming on. we learn from joy reid who truly understands the black experience, i just want you to
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know, growing up in denver that anyone who doesn't like kamala harris is stupid, uninformed, sexist and a racist. do you that's true? >> look, i don't need white men to tell me that kamala harris is incompetent. i mean, i can judge it for my own self. >> tucker: you could? how would you know? >> let's just go back in time and remember what happened with kamala harris. she came in dead last in the presidential primary. behind pistol pete buttigieg. i mean, black people didn't even support kamala harris. jim -- it did not support kamala harris. she dropped out. why did people support her? they found out she was willie brown societies when she was in san francisco where she became attorney general of california. she was smoking blonde and locking up black men
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for doing the same thing. between her and joe biden they put more black men and change than robert ely and jeff davis combined. and then she had to shake joe biden down to get the vice presidency, so what does she do? she calls akon, jay z, p. diddy and al sharpton and asked them to write a letter and told joe biden, if you don't nominate me as vice president we are going to sink your campaign. joe biden being scared as hell did it, so now we look at her and she has a mess and i'm going to tell you something, as big a mess as joe biden is, as much as i like him i pray every night that he don't die, because if he does, and, here's becomes president we are in a world of hurt. >> tucker: but she identifies as a woman, how can you say that! >> she also identifies as asian
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or black based upon whether she needs the vote or whether she needs some money. but here's the good thing, this is the good news. you are not going to cheat and you are not going to fool the an people twice. they got us once, they are not going to get us again. kamala harris and joe biden, they've put a shroud of darkness all over this country and we have to look at the party that spawned these two evil individuals and we have to hold them accountable for what they've done. c.s. lewis said we live in the shadowland, and we do. but he also said that there is always sunshine shining somewhere. across the band, over the hill. and we are going to come out of this and we will come out of this stronger than ever. the united states of america is the strongest country in the world. the democratic party is an evil institution. it has been evil ever since its inception in 1800. it is the party of slavery, it was the party of the
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confederacy, the party of jim crow and now it is the party of atheism, the party of secularism, the party of castrating little children and turning them into objects for the left. the american people have found them out and we are going to kick them out in 2024. so hold on, help is on its way. and as long as we got god and tucker carlson on at 8:00 monday through friday, we're going to be fine. >> tucker: i need a little bit more vince everett ellison in my life. thank you for that assessment, appreciate it. brought us back. well, the january 6th committee is still hard at work more than a year and a half after january 6th, they haven't actually found a conspiracy, there is still investigating his election. but really they seem to have forgotten about the insurrection that actually happened that was more violent than january 6th.
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we remember that, it was two years ago. don't believe what joe biden's aides are writing in his note cards, looks like elder -- it is sad. absolutely sad. we've got it for you straight ahead.
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>> tucker: this is kind of a sad story, none of the details will shock you but as a news program we feel duty bound to tell you that joe biden was photographed with a card in his hand, part of instructions. these are the kind of instructions you would give to a child this is essentially elder abuse at the hands of his handlers. the card contains a series of step-by-step instructions for joe biden as if he literally had no idea where he was. it literally reads this verbatim, you enter the roosevelt room, you take your seats. you think the participants. you depart. what are we to make of this? dr. marc siegel joins us to assess. thanks for joining us, i'm not
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quite sure what to say but you are the physician. what is your response to this? >> yikes, tucker. i haven't examined the president but somebody thinks he needs this note card. you take a seat and ask one question, this explains why only one question he takes and then you depart. there is something called executive function and i talked about that last time we discussed this. let me tell you what executive function is according to all the neuroscience journals that i look like. plan, focus your attention, remember instructions, juggle multiple tasks, plan your actions, time management, organizational skills and memory. all of the things that if you didn't have them, they would put it on a note card for you. they would control you, and you know what he is quizzed marcus what he is come the chief executive. in other words cognition means thinking, means knowledge. why did the president not have a
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physical last year? >> tucker: the card, should have noticed at the outset, the "you" is in all caps as if to remind the president of the united states who he is. that seems ominous to me. >> it seems ominous to me too. 40 million americans suffer from mild cognitive impairment. they can have periods of forgetting, disorientation, not remembering where they are, who they are talking to. we seem repeated episodes of that with the president. again, neurologist saw him last year, hasn't been tested and i also set on that show that he had an aneurysm in his brain and bleeding that was repaired surgically many years ago, in 1988, that can lead to this as well as the rhythm problem in his heart, can lead to issues with memory and cognition. this man is making decisions that affect us all. the chief executive of the united states of america needs of the highest executive function of all of us, not the
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lowest. >> tucker: is it possible for the public, which i think deserves it, to get a precise accounting of whatever pharmaceuticals he may be prescribed by the white house position? there is a long history of presidents getting doped up by the white house doctors. can we get an answer on the? >> i think we should demand an answer. we have a long history of being fooled, being hidden. woodrow wilson who had the spanish flu, famously led to the treaty of recycling arrive. we've had so many problems over the course of the years and all they did was attacked president trump, who did take a cognitive test and by the way, our neurocognitive test here would show exactly what is going on here. we need to demand that and yes, any medication he is on should be open. we have to show a fitness test, who is a leader of any kind over a certain age come close to 80 years old, certainly.
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>> tucker: maybe someone could ask in a white house briefing because i think people have a right to know. dr. marc siegel, thank you -- >> maybe he will forget that he said he was running again. >> tucker: at this point, anything is possible, unfortunately. thank you very much. >> thanks, tucker. >> tucker: keep in mind, ron klain, the white house chief of staff is reminding the president who he is. as that is happening, many actual americans who live in the country can't afford to drive their cars or buy groceries. but no one in washington seems concerned about this. the economy is fine as far as they are concerned. in fact, democrats say it's the perfect time to splurge. for real. bill pollution is tracking the story for us. hey, bill appear to speak of that is right. there's an of media figures and politicians alike who seem to be telling americans, don't believe your lying eyes when it comes to the prospect of a recession. the chairman of the federal reserve certainly doesn't seem too worried as he
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was literally whistling around washington today, as fox's hillary vaughn was trying to question him here take a look. >> chairman powell, said the president should stop calling it prudent's price hike. he told lawmakers that inflation started well before the war in ukraine so should he stop saying it is putin's price hike? >> "washington post" columnist demanded that americans who are doing well, just everybody calm down and back off when it comes to inflation. >> you've got to stop complaining when there's so many people who literally, the inflation rate means they may only have two meals instead of three. there are americans who did extremely well in the last two years in the market. you still have your job and it's causing you more for gas, but guess what, you are still going to take that holiday, that fourth of july vacation, you can still eat out. so i'm going to need you to calm down and back off. overall, many americans are not
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suffering is much as they think they are. >> not to be outdone, msnbc's stephanie ruhl said it is the media's fault for talking the u.s. into a possible recession. >> another thing the fed can't do is control media hype or political agendas. in some ways, we are talking ourselves into an inflation frenzy. when you talk about it every minute of every day, than every possible business out there raises their prices. why? because they can. because no one is going to argue, why are you raising that price? inflation, inflation, inflation. >> if you can't afford to gas or groceries, no need to worry. democratic argus minette bowater says you can just get a peloton for much cheaper now. listen. >> we all agree we don't want to see inflation but we went through a pandemic and we have shortages. you could get a peloton today at half the price he would have paid a year ago. and i will -- >> you can eat a peloton pier to
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speak on top of all of that the "l.a. times" wrote an article saying a recession looks inevitable but it might not be that bad. there was an opinion piece in "bloomberg" that said inflation is just a lesson in appreciating what you had instead of complaining about losing what you had. and "the new york times" wrote a piece saying a bad economy might actually end up being a good thing. we will send it back to you. >> tucker: it you will owe nothing and like it, eat your bugs, half-price pelotons! i assume all of that is real, bill, we trust you. unbelievable, thank you. so the january 6th committee, the liz cheney, nancy pelosi committee has been impaled for quite some time but somehow they spent no time on what was actually an insurrection in washington, d.c., two years ago. what actually happened in
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washington, not on january 6th but before, when the orange man was presidents of what was totally cool. we have the tape, will be right back.
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>> tucker: you use it your seed, red joe biden staff-prepared card statement. use it in your seat. apparently road claim was worried that biden would sit in someone else's seat. he put it in all caps, use it in your seat. thank you.
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while the january 6th committee has investigated insurrection in washington, insurrection. but what's interesting is there has been no investigation of any kind into an actual insurrection that happened two years ago, in may of 2020. a mob set fire to historical episcopal church outside the white house and injured more than 60 secret service officers as they tried to storm the white house grounds. now donald trump was inside, so the media applauded it. so the siege, the white house continued all month. june 22nd of 2020, 2 years ago this week, the mob tried to tear down the andrew jackson statue right in front of the white house petey remember this quest might no one else seems to. here is. [chanting] [shouting] [shouting]
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[bleep] >> tucker: raised a lot of questions, like where where the police? they had ropes were in front of the white house and no one was doing anything about it? there is a lot of blame to go around for that, by the way. a lodge. but that is not an insurrection? not if no one remembers it even happened and that is why that footage has been memory hold, that is what you haven't seen it in two that is why the committee in congress is not about an insurrection, it is about using the mechanics of the federal government, which you pay for, especially law enforcement agencies, to crash and silence anyone who opposes the democratic party and joe biden. that is not an overstatement. one political opponent the january 6th committee is a man called jeff clark, assistant attorney general during the previous administration peered
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before dawn on wednesday, which is to say yesterday, a large group of armed federal agents wearing body armor with weapons rated jeff clark's home. they dragged him into the street in his pajamas. what did jeff clark do wrong? was he selling fentanyl? was he human trafficking on the mexican border? no. jeff clark did not commit any crime. what he did wrong was calling for an investigation into voter fraud. we are happy to have jeff clark join us now. he is a senior fellow for new england america. thank you so much for joining us. this is almost, this is soviet account, really. tell us what happened and why. >> it is come and go dbe here, took her. yesterday 7:00 a.m., there was loud, insistent banging at my door so i rushed out as fast as i could come i quickly figured out that there were agents there, i opened the door and asked for the courtesy to be
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able to put some pants on and was told no, you've got to come outside, so i came outside, they swept the house and eventually let me go back inside and put the pants on. and then by my count at one point, twelve agents and two fairfax county police officers went into my house, searched it for three and a half hours. they even brought along something i've never seen before or heard of. an electronic sniffing dog. and they took all of the electronics from my house i don't blame the agents, i think what you're talking about in terms of weaponization is really about who is pointing the agents and telling them what to do. >> tucker: peter strzok who works at the fbi is effectively a criminal, in my view. never really punished for it sent out a tweet today mocking you and gloating over the fact that the biden administration stole your cell phone and will now be reading all of your private messages. at what point can we say the
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department of justice, where you once served as a political instrument, it is completely out of control. >> i think this is highly politicized, and is also part, if you didn't know which, of a nationwide effort yesterday. there were multiple states where multiple people were roughly and simultaneously rated for their electronic devices. that obviously requires a high level of coordination. look, with the hearing that was pointed at me and targeting me today, with the special audience member of sean penn so you know this is hollywood, the very next day, you know, it looks highly coincidental and i just don't believe in coincidences. >> tucker: you know chris wray, of course, who runs fbi. you probably know merrick garland who has been around washington for a long time. both of them have decided to and
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corrupt our most basic institutions on behalf of joe biden. were you did you think they werecapable u worked there? >> i argued in front of merrick garland. i got a very respectable hearing. i thought i was going to win that case but we ended up settling it in the shadow of what everyone assumed was going to be a victory. sometimes that happens in financial cases. chris wray was with me in the justice department in the criminal division back in bush 43. so i do know both of them. i just think we are living in an era that i don't recognize and increasingly i don't recognize this country anymore with these stodgy things happening. >> tucker: this is stalinist and at some point it is going to fight back and it's going to get ugly and i pray that it doesn't happen but i think it probably will. the whole thing is sad and i am
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sorry that you were caught up in it in your pajamas. i appreciate you coming on. i hope you will come back and tell us where this ends up. >> will do. >> tucker: hundreds of millions of people took the covid vaccine. we were told we had to, we would be fired from our jobs if we didn't, anyone who was against it was a science denier and a criminal and no one was allowed to ask questions about whether it was actually safe and effective. they literally tried to pull the show off the air for saying that. but a new study from israel shows that the vaccine has shocking effects on men. this is a huge story that is not going to be broadcast anywhere else. we are proud to tell you the results of that study from israel, straight ahead. ♪ ♪
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it whether he wanted or not. they caused a disaster to force you into an electric call, which by the way, they control. they don't understand, we can't actually subordination of electric cars right now. the whole thing is nuts. for the people are mad about it so they're coming up with new ways to shift the blame and it's really not their fault. the latest example comes from illinois, where the governor is a national joke but still trying. forcing all gas stations in his estate to put a sticker on their palms bragging about him. here's the text that is required to be at every pump. "as of july 1st, 2022 the state of illinois has suspended the adjustment to the motor fuel tax to december 1st, 2022." j.b. pritzker who is justifiably very unpopular as forcing gas station owners to celebrate j.b. pritzker. this is compelled to government propaganda, not so different from what you seen airports
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everywhere. welcome to whatever city, i'm the mayor! what a north korean ego trip it is but in this case it violates the first amendment, you are not to do a bit gas station owners and illinois have not yet gone to court, at least they haven't as of tonight, but because of an organization called the illinois policy council noticed somethin, this is what's going to happen. it turns out j.b. pritzker doesn't specified what else can be on those stickers beyond the mandatory language celebrating him. so the gas station owners association has made stickers pointing out that j.b. pritzker is totally incompetent and they are planning on putting them on every pump in the state and you were seeing them on your screen now. they are hilarious. illinois politicians of more than doubled the gas tax in 2019. this year lawmakers decided to delay their gas tax hike until after the election and they are forcing us to tell you about it. oh, they're giving it away. another sticker reads this way, "illinois now has the second-highest gas taxes in the nation."
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[laughs] it turns out j.b. pritzker, who bought his governorship probably just get the stomach get back on his plane and stop punishing working people in illinois, the people who still live there, and do something useful with his life. so great. for a year we were told everything about the vaccine was good, it was going to stop people from getting infected with covid and would definitely stop transmission from covid and if you cared about other people he should take it and there's no downside at all, and if you suggest there is a downside is a crazed lunatic and you will be pulled off tv. you cannot talk about the potential downsides of the covid-19 vaccine. it turns out there were a lot of them. thousands of people died from them and now there is this. a new study from researchers in israel including researchers at tel aviv university found the
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vaccine of the code temporarily impairs semen count among donors. it seems like a very negative effect on male fertility. l experience and has almost alone been covering this for more than a year. he's the offer of "candidemia" and he is on substack. thanks a lot for coming on. for those of us who are not rooted in science, what does this mean. >> it means that men who were donating sperm, healthy young men, the average is only about 26, they are donating sperm and you can measure the number of sperm in the semen actually had lower sperm accounts after their second dose of the pfizer vaccine on average. and what is striking and disturbing about this is we know that the vaccine can cause fevers and temporary fevers in people, we know it can have some
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short-term effects, but the lower sperm counts were not seen immediately after the second dose. the researchers actually looked in the short term, only about 15 days after the second dose was given and they didn't see a decrease. it was a later time frame that they saw a decrease and it was a significant decrease. about on average 22% less sperm in these samples. that is a real number, there was statistical significance around that. because writing anything negative about the vaccine is so -- especially if they want this to appear in a real peer-reviewed journal, they looked even further out, seven months out we saw that things got better. so we are going to call this temporary. leaving apart, aside the fact that five months for a vaccine that works for about three months at most certainly against omicron, is not really temporary at all.
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at the of actually presented about the third sample, the longest term data, didn't show there was as much benefit is the discussion claimed that we have seen this over and over again where really bad data gets presented and again committees are in peer-reviewed, very good papers or very good journals but the researchers found a way to make this unacceptable and when somebody like me writes about this on my substack or twitter -- not twitter because i'm not allowed on twitter but on my substack -- fact-checkers will say come in the abstract they didn't say that fear that is part of the perversion and corruption of science that is happening with these vaccines in making it so difficult to talk about them. >> tucker: thank you for your bravery and honesty. we are already facing declining sperm counts. we are doing a documentary on that. >> this is not going to. >> tucker: certainly not. thank you. we will be right back.
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>> tucker: the supreme court today ruled in favor of the second amendment, gun rights. john gordon is on capitol hill now calling for more gun control because we are doing nothing to our responsibility. that is how dumb people talk. doing something is good because it is doing something? no. more on that tomorrow. here sean hannity. >> sean: week republican. two words, simple way to say. welcome to "hannity" and tonight shall not be infringed. just a minute, full reaction and analysis to the supreme court's decision surrounding your constitutional right to keep and bear arms. later, this country is facing huge problems but the biden administration, they are more interested in waging a war on nicotine all while handing out crack pipes to drug addicts and leaving borders open for


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