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significance. those two are not exclusive of each other. they actually both match the need to respect that a human life is developing and we need to give value and accept that that human life has intrinsic worth. >> todd: governor huckabee, thank you as always we appreciate your up sight. "fox & friends" begins now. >> biden is traveling to massachusetts to push the climate's agenda. >> everything is on the table. >> more pain for the high price of gas the more benefit there is for electric vehicle. >> carley: as pete buttigieg pushes john kerry private jet put to good use. >> i lament the hypocrisy. >> al alexandria ocasio-cortez arrested protesting in front of the supreme court. the congresswoman pretended to be cuffed for show before pumping her fist to cheering supporters. >> fantastic night for freedom. >> battle it out in november
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midterms. dan cox credits his victory to former president trump. >> trump didn't have to come alongside an outsider but he did. >> strikes out the side of the ninth inning. and the american league wins the all-star game for the ninth consecutive season. ♪ working for a living ♪ working ♪ working for a living ♪ living and working >> brian: most like live if you are working for a living you would not be on the beach today. you would not worry about the shark sightings that are everywhere on long island. unless you are a lifeguard you are not getting paid. all right? that's why. fire island was actually -- i did not know this. the first thing a lot of europeans would sees a they would come over to our country the first time they would see this 19th century lighthouse fire island as the population full time of 368 people. but in the surgeon, a lot more. and a lot of them are drunk.
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i mean, bars. as you know you have to be on foot. intoxicated. >> ainsley: different neighborhoods. cherry grove is the one that can get wild and fun. >> brian: right. >> ainsley: you can't drive over there. you have to walk everywhere or ride your bicycle. >> brian: there is a way to walk there over a bridge but for the most part hopping on a ferry and going over there and people will greet you. also, you have to order your food if you are going to stay there for a week ahead of time. go on a barge and just arrive. >> ainsley: okay. you have to be a planner. >> brian: hope that your stuff is on the barge or else you don't eat. >> ainsley: or you stamp. there are restaurants, brian. >> steve: if you are smart today, you are near a beach because particularly here in the northeast, we know the folks in the central plains have been baking for the last week or so. it's going to be really hot here. really hot over the next five or six days as well. you know, and this could be one of the reasons why the white
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house said, you know what? let's have a photo op. today up in the northeast where it's going to be really hot. we are going to talk about the climate crisis. joe biden later today is going it fly to somerset massachusetts. he is going to go to the brayton point power plant there. it's a shuttered coal plant back in 2017 they closed it. but right now it's transitioning to offshore wind. and so, the president is going to make the push that we're in an emergency but there won't be an announcement today or this week about an emergency. but he will probably lay out some things he could do short of that. >> ainsley: all right. so there is no coincidence: >> steve: there never is. >> ainsley: coal plant shut down and convert to wind. spokesperson says is he not going to declare that climate emergency that we were talking about yesterday. he is not going to do it this week but she says everything is
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still on the table. listen. >> this is an issue that has been front of mind for him. this is an issue that has been when it comes to the climate crisis a priority. and taking action is something that he said he will do, if congress won't. not just going to stop with the actions of tomorrow, but i would not plan a -- an announcement this week on national climate emergency. again, everything is on the table. it's just not going to be this week on that decision. >> brian: so one thing you have to say is the president comes in. is he talking about his green agenda. a green agenda where technology has not reached the aspirations of the democratic party. it's not close. add to that the economic strains on our economy. economic strains on oil and gas. and makes a lot of people wonder, is the president on some way john kerry and a lot of the left wing of the party, are they somehow happy, smiling behind the scenes that gas is becoming unaffordable, that people are looking at their home heating bill or their air conditioning
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bill and saying this is through the roof. maybe this is the time to push the green agenda. maybe we are going to force it down people's throats. we will take this crisis and force it down people's throats. two things that happened. joe manchin has stopped it legislatively and the supreme court has stopped it legally, stopping the e.p.a. from strangling states like west virginia, that are known for coal and other oil and gas states. they said no, the e.p.a. is overstretched, they are overreaching, pull back. so he thinks he is going to do it with a pen. >> ainsley: republican levin is calling joe manchin, they are all criticizing joe manchin. they are mad at him because he is not pushing this energy or not passing the tax provisions or the climate provisions in the house. and/or in the senate. and so, andy levin, is he a congressman. he calls him lucy manchin he is referring to charlie brown. >> steve: lucy with the
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football. >> ainsley: whole democratic team comes to kick the ball and he picks it up and laughs. joe manchin says hold on a minute i understand what you are saying. if you look at my state what are the people concerned about? if you look at the polls every american is concerned about inflation. that is my focus right now. i'm worried about people putting gas in their car to go to work. putting food on the table and feeding their family. >> steve: to your point about the green agenda, we have said on this program during this entire crisis where the prices have been through the roof, a lot of climate activists would love for gas to be $25 a gallon to force you to drive an electric vehicle. so, yesterday, in front of the house transportation and infrastructure committee, they had secretary pete buttigieg and he is in charge of supply chain stuff, you know that and the department of transportation. and he actually said out loud and that's why this is the headline to a congressman from down in florida. carlos gimenez. he was asking the congressman and congress to help him
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subsidize electric carl's. currently the subsidy is something like $12,500 per car. if cars were cheaper, then you would buy more. but then mr. pete buttigieg revealed what they're really after. listen to this. >> is the biden administration actively pursuing high energy prices in order to force americans into electric vehicles? >> of course not. the more pain we are all experiencing from the high price of gas the more benefit there is for those who can access electric vehicles. that's why we are hoping you and your colleagues my consider opposing tax credits. >> ainsley: those can access electric vehicles. >> steve: more pain. >> ainsley: auto a lot of people can't access them. they are very expensive. if you can get them and he wants us to feel pain. he wants us to feel pain at the pump. >> steve: it's working we are feeling it. >> ainsley: push towards the electric cars. >> brian: infrastructure to plug. in a lot of plants are fueled by
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coal which burns -- which does not make green people happy. natural gas should. nuclear gas -- nuclear power should, but they ignore both of them. so congressman jimenez said this after this exchange. put this out there. pete buttigieg may be a small town mayor south bend but his policies have been a big problem for america at today's hearing he told me the white house's logic was the more pain americans felt the better for electric vehicles. it's an evil way of governing. this is the common theme among average everyday americans who are not necessarily politically oriented. do you think they are making it worse on purpose? and that feels like it and that basically says it. >> steve: and ted cruz tweeted yesterday the cruelty is the point. brian, you mentioned the grid a moment ago. and thomas massi, congressman from kentucky yesterday, during the hearing noted that ultimately is the administration
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goal is to have half the cars in america be electric by the year 2030. and the question was whether or not the electric grid could handle it. and mr. massi noted that if that happened, american families would use 25 times more electricity for their cars than their refrigerators. and he asked secretary buttigieg, he said do you think that would strain the grid if everyone plugged in 25 refrigerators in every household and secretary buttigieg said sure. that is if we don't upgrade the grid. the problem is, they haven't upgraded the grid. >> brian: it will still burn and emit gases which most left wing audiences would make you think as though that will be causing america -- excuse me the world to heat up. but the one thing about john kerry, who is the climate swlar and for the longest time i said can we please get a climate czar how many times have i said that
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in the breaks? when he was hired he is somebody who lives and breathes that's all he wants to talk about. he lives it. he walks the talk. >> ainsley: rules for thee, not for me. >> brian: absolutely. everything is green oriented. >> ainsley: telling us to drive less and to fly less but look at this, he has a private jet. it's a gulf stream. and he has taken 48 trips lasting 60 plus hours since the inauguration of joe biden. they estimated 325 metric tons of carbon has been emitted through his flying. his wife owns a company called flying squirrel llc. it's a charter company. she is a hynes. theresa hynes kerry. her family ons hinds ketchup hee owns a million-dollar stake in that company according to financial advisers. >> steve: as he gets off of his private jet and they want us to get into our electric vehicles, geraldo last night with sean compared pete buttigieg, the
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secretary, who is talking about pain, to m.r.i. antoinette. listen to this. >> sounded very maria anntoinetey. the queen of france beheaded because she said let them eat cake. he sounded a lot like that. too bad you can't buy an electric vehicle. you should, na na na na that if you can't. i think electric vehicles are inevitable. i lament the hypocrisy of people like john kerry flying around in his big jet at the same time he laments global warming. >> i don't know if you know this. we have a huge fleet that the government owns of aircraft that a lot of our officials fly around in. and you pay the price for it they own 924 aircraft against 11 different agencies. 500 planes and 400 helicopters. >> brian: by the way just to correct the record. they have more than ketchup. they have mustard and they have relish. whose idea was that?
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>> steve: mr. hynes. >> brian: they also have horse radish. underrated. >> steve: what a perfect transition brian obviously knows today is national hot dog day and that's why janice is out on the plaza and that's why we have the people from nathans. we will see plenty of hynes products so we can help subsidize their jets. you are welcome, america. time to catch up with the agenda today. coming up on this wednesday telecast, the winners emerging from maryland's primary yesterday a trump backed candidate come out victorious. how this sets the stage for november's midterms across the country. >> brian: golden coming back. member of the squad faked being handcuffed while being will ushered from a protest. my goodness the political theater being put on display ♪ what's wrong with being confident. >> ainsley: she is a good actress. ♪ what's wrong with being confident
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officer daniel vasquez died after being shot traffic stop north kansas city. the suspect reportedly turned himself into police three hours after the shooting. vasquez on the beat for two years is the first line of duty death in the department's history maryland voters have spoken and most midterm matchups are set for november. trump backed state delegate and underdog dan cox clinching the gubernatorial nod it looks like he will face oprah endorsed wes
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moore. now look at some key house primary races uncontested republican incumbent handy harris will face heather mizer. will look to unseat david trone. still no results in the baltimore states attorney race. embattled incumbent marilyn mosby is trailing behind ivan bates. the process allows votes to roll in until july 2 #th. those won't be counted until tomorrow. twit and elon musk set to battle it out in fall. setting a five day expedited trial that will begin in october. musk's lawyers arguing the timeline was far too aggressive for his team to review the amount of spam accounts on the social media platform. twitter arguing those details had no bearing on musk's previous $34 billion agreement.
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the trial will come just in time for twitter as at deal had has a drop dead date of october 24th. and now on to baseball the american league wins the mlb all-star game for the ninth consecutive year the al winning 3-2 thanks to back-to-back home runs by yankees super star stanton and twins outfielder byron buxton. >> that ball is hammered to left center field. goodbye. tied game. he turns on a ball and hit it a mile. byron buxton puts the al in front. two mammoth home runs. stanton and now buxton. >> carley: stanton bringing home the all-star mvp award thanks to mammoth 457 home run. 21 wins in the last 25 mid summer classics. look at that big american flag at the end. you have got to love that.
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>> steve: absolutely. >> brian: excellent. >> brian: yankees continue to dominate. >> steve: they do indeed. meantime members of the squad on capitol hill turning a pro-abortion protest outside of the supreme court into a special. a whole bunch of non-handcuffed. [laughter] >> ainsley: hands up. >> brian: my cuffs got loose for a second now they are back. in there you go. 17 democratic lawmakers arrested riewgd aoc and, of course, the peter navarro they used all the handcuffs on peter navarro and leg irons. nothing to lock her up in. i will pretend i'm handcuffed. same with ilhan omar she is not cuffed. >> ainsley: she is not. griff jenkins is in washington to tell us about this spackle. >> quite a show of political statement. 35 protesters in all that were arrested. 17 were the lawmakers. arrested by the capitol police after they sat down on first street blocking traffic between the capitol and the supreme court. but, what was intended to be a political statement has indeed
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evolved into washington's curious case of imaginary handcuffs. as you saw in that video we will show you again. congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez here pretending to be handcuffed before magically pumping her fist into the air of a crowd of cheering supporters. then after she was mocked on social media, she claimed that it was a g.o.p. conspiracy. >> the republicans' favorite hobby is to make conspiracy theories out of everything to distract you and keep you from talking about what is actually important which is the fact that they're trying to take away your right to body autonomy. if i was faking that why would i intentionally fist pump somebody. so silly. >> todd: not sure. all the members of the progressive squad were arrested including ilhan omar who we showed you also faking being handcuffed as well. you can see, in fact, there is not even a police officer near her there wearing the imaginary handcuffs. it comes after the house recently passed two abortion bills that are largely democratic base ahead of the
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midterms. republicans say this only distracts from the real issues. >> it doesn't matter what part of the country you are in. the issues they are talking about is how it costs more money at the gas station and that's how they get to work. how it costs more money, you know, at the grocery store and that's how they feed their families. the fact that the border is in chaos. the fact that crimes are high on the street. >> griff: this morning we are also learning according to politico the white house is reportedly weighing a limited abortion health emergency declaration but yesterday press secretary not elaborating on it. >> steve: griff, thank you very much. regarding what the white house is considering doing with the emergency declaration. the word is no matter what they do is going done challenged in court. planning some sort of access to abortion pills across the country with some sort of shielding of doctors and pharmacies from liability if they prescribe these abortion pills to people who live in
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states where abortion has been outlawed or is restricted. so that's probably what they are going to do. but there will be a court challenge. >> ainsley: all right. so that is the pro-abortion protest. but then there is a pro-life event that happened in michigan. happened at the plymouth right to life dinner. jim harbaugh the winning coach from michigan, he and his wife were on stage. he gave a speech and he and his wife stayed to take some questions as well. this is part of why he said he is 100 percent pro-life. i believe in having the courage to let the unborn be born. i love life. i believe having a loving care respect for life and death. my faith and science is what drives these beliefs in me quoting from jeremy. before i formed you in the womb i knew you. before you were born i set you apart. i appointed you as a prophet to the nations. he grew up in catholic household his parents instilled these views in him young age. >> brian: i'm anxious to hear what his brother thinks. jim harbaugh doesn't care what
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people think that's how he characterized his career. we have been telling you this story of this bodega worker who actually works for his son was attacked. >> ainsley: here in new york. >> brian: yeah here in new york city. attacked with video and audio. became clear it was self-preservation. ford for him to survive he grabbed box cutters and able to get himself free and who with a pass away. >> he would spend nights at rikers island, be living in an apartment. afraid to go out. think he is going to be charged. yesterday became clear the evidence was so transparent even this liberal woke d.a., alvin bragg had to admit the charges against this bodega worker of murder should be dropped. >> ainsley: al van bragg's issued this motion to dismiss the second degree murder charge against alba and then a judge decided yes i will dismiss it. that happened yesterday afternoon.
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autopsied the bodega association president, who we have interviewed in the past says that mr. alba is so happy. listen. >> so happy. so happy. called me three times after that. will everyone saw that video know what is happening in new york city. it was agreed jose [inaudible] we are facing every day and that's just the beginning. we have to keep fighting to bring back public safety. >> steve: absolutely. we are all talking about public safety. here's the thing. you know, ultimately the d.a. said oh, there is not enough evidence to prosecute. that's because the evidence shows this guy was acting in self-defense. and that's why everybody across the planet, except this woke d.a. and the people who work for him said, you know what? it's clearly self-defense. what is curious is, mr. bragg has refused to charge the girlfriend of the guy who wound
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up dying, the aggressor, the career criminal has not stabbed her with actually stabbing mr. al ball. keep in mind, remember, it started she goes in. she doesn't have enough money on her ebt card to get a $3 bag of chips. mr. alba says nope, can't have it. then she blows up and goes i'm going to go get somebody who is going to take care of you. mr. simon came back. there was a fight ultimately where he was shoved up into keener. mr. alba thought he was going to be dead, but, you know what? she stabbed mr. alba three times and the d.a. saw that and she is the one who caused the problem. mr. simon would be alive today were it not for the fact that his girlfriend went got him to beat up mr. alba. you know, said she would -- he said he was going to take care of him. ultimately, the d.a. is not pressing charges against the girlfriend. why thought? >> if no one dies, they are soft on crime here in new york.
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gregg jarrett addressed it last night. listen. >> the bodega worker, this isn't the only case i have seen recently where an idiot prosecutor actually files charges before conducting an investigation and that should have been an easy one. look at the tape. the problem is that major cities like new york are run by liberal democrats and progressive d.a.s that have instituted these social justice policies that have nothing to do with justice. >> brian: this guy a career criminal like so many career criminals blasts the revolving door treatment of corroboration in wake of huge increase in crime. catch release repeat cannot be criminal justice mantra. that is the case in major cities including this one and this guy was part of the problem. he was in and out of jail. >> ainsley: thankfully that bodega had their video cameras working because that actually worked in his favor and alba's favor so that we could show -- he could show that it was self-defense. >> steve: absolutely.
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because if it was just the story who is going to believe this guy. the woke d.a. is going to believe him? i don't think so. also hats off to the "new york post" the bodega association and a bodega, somebody asked me the other day what is a bodega? it's like a little convenience store. >> ainsley: we have them all over new york. little corner store that sell photos and snacks. >> steve: if not for the "new york post" that guy would still be in jail. they had it on the front page for many days until the d.a. did the right thing and said you know what -- >> ainsley: the d.a. said we are going to correct the charge. >> brian: just to correct it's a bodega. >> steve: thank you. >> ainsley: as the president's polling tanks the next guest calling for the creation to stop lying to the american people about inflation. andy puzder joins us next with that ♪ the good old days ♪ when the momma
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said inflation was only going to be temporary. >> today's inflation report
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confirm what americans already know putin price hike is hitting america hard. >> oil companies. >> shipping companies. >> republicans in congress are doing everything they can to stop my plans to bring down costs. >> our economists have conveyed that they feel that the impact of our proposals will be transitory. >> transitory. >> transitory. >> transitory. >> transitory. >> transitory. >> steve: but you know what? it wasn't transitory. our next guest is calling out. joining us is former president of cke restaurants and current visiting fellow at the heritage foundation that sounds like quite a title andy pusner. >> thanks, steve. good to see you. >> steve: yesterday was the first time they started talking about it being transitory. all of his economists, the president's economists said this is just a bump in the road. well, you know what? here we are a year later. that wasn't a burden of proof. that's a mountain we are on right now. >> yeah. they really should just admit
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that their spending. they spent too much money. they enacted that $1.9 trillion spending spree at the beginning of march of 2021 right after he took office. and inflation surged that month. they ought to just come out and say, look, we spent -- we spent too much money. there is too much money out there. we are not going to solve this problem. we are going to try and encourage businesses toio. we are going to cut back on regulation. we are going to encourage domestic energy production. get those gas prices down. and the fed is going to be increasing interest rates to try to quell the demands that's out there. but, rather than that, they keep trying to make these ridiculous excuses that i don't know anybody that could pay any attention to anything they say anymore. how many times can you lie to us and do it with a straight face? i don't know why they continue on this trek. they ought to just admit that they caused this problem. it was a mistake. larry summers said if you paz this bill. inflation will surge. they passed it and inflation surged. it's not like they weren't warned. they just now need to fix the problem and stop trying to make
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excused for it. andy, you know there is a portion of america who believes this is all because of vladimir putin. when you look at the inflation, june 2021 to june of this past year year over year gas is up'6" 0%. there is a portion of people who believe the white house when they say well, you know what? it's the putin price hike. but in reality gas had gone up over a dollar before mr. putin even started moving anything around over there. >> well, you know, russia is exporting more oil now than it did before the pandemic. >> steve: that's right. >> the problem is the united states is producing less oil than it did before the pandemic. so even jerome powell, who is the chair of the federal reserve bank as you know. came out and said this argument that putin is the cause for increased oil prices just is false. it's just not true. people can believe whatever they want to believe. you want to these inconsistent and repeated erroneous statements come out of the white house, you are certainly
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entitled to believe that. if you try to think about it a little bit, you will know it's just not true. >> steve: meanwhile, one other topic we wanted it touch on because you were in the franchise business for a while, the former ceo of starbucks, howard schultz who ran for president as a democrat, currently the ceo again, in a leaked video, he is talking a little bit about these woke cities and how they have led to all sorts of crime problems and homelessness that's plaguing not only, you know, the average american but starbucks locations as well. listen to this. >> in my view, at the local, state and federal level, these governments across the country and leaders, mayor and governor and city council have abdicated their responsibility in fighting crime and addressing mental illness. >> steve: and because of the crime problem and the homeless
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problem, that is why, andy, starbucks has had to close a number of locations. >> it's been difficult to operate, even when -- i retired five years ago but even before i retired in cities like chicago, cities like san francisco, it was very, very difficult to keep restaurants open. we closed a lot of restaurants in san francisco because of these very problems. the difficulty now that every major chain in the country is facing is that this has become an epidemic of crime and homelessness, particularly in california. and if these local governments, the state and the city governments don't start addressing this problem, it's going to be very, very, very are negative for america's small business owners. these franchise we haves are all small business owners and being forced to shut down stores, close businesses because the cities and states aren't living up to obligations to en40s laws and keep homelessness out of these neighborhoods. steve
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agenda, safety not part of it in some cases. andy, thank you for joining us on this wednesday. >> always enjoy you sir. thank you. >> steve: thank you, sir. coming up on this wednesday new york city's mayor the liberal's newest leader calling for money from the federal government do help with the surge of illegal migrants. but what about towns along the southern border pleading to stop the surge? the help one leader wants to see coming up. [ marcia ] my dental health was not good.
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who enter our system. needs resources it's a sanctuary city so once they get there they can stay. what about aid for the border towns? anyone care about that? joining us now someone who does. mayor pro tem amanda ramon, what do you think about the complaints? >> good morning. first of all, i feel their sentiment. we have been feeling that for over a year. so, good luck to them getting any help from the federal government because we have been asking for over a year and we haven't gotten much of that so i feel their sentiment. i respect the fact that they are concerned about it and asking for that help. i hope they get it because again, like i said on the border we haven't gotten anything like that. good luck to them. >> brian: good luck. they might get it as a new york city democratic-run city as opposed to texas that people think are the republican party problem. it's an american problem. and, listen to these numbers for
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everybody else to hear. you live it. so far in fiscal year 2022, there has been 1.7 million plus crossing illegally, in 2021, 1.7 million just under that. 734. 786,000 who got across. they say since president biden left his basement and went to the white house 4 million and 800,000 get aways. we are all paying for them. and you guys are on the front lines. >> exactly. we are here seeing it just last month alone i asked for the numbers yesterday. just last month alone we had 13,000 come through here in one month. you know? so, over 13,000. i can only imagine, you know, how much more they were. but it is crazy. it is very sad, you know, for some of these people that are seeking asylum, they are, again, it's -- it has become a humanitarian issue. the federal government, again, i would love to see them provide
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some help to washington and new york because us, like you said here on the border we have not gotten any of that still waiting for it. >> brian: we paid for a wall to help block. can't do that with high tech. we have already paid for it just rotting away in the dessert. here's d.c. mayor bowser claiming that migrants are being tricked to get on buses, air conditioned and go to washington, d.c. listen. >> we have for sure called on the federal government to work across state lines to prevent penal from really being tricked into getting on buses. we think they are largely asylum seekers who are going to final destinations that are not washington, d.c. i worked with the white house to make sure that fema provided a grant to a local organization that is providing services to folks but i fear that they are being tricked into nationwide bus trips when their final destinations are places all over
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the united states of america. >> brian: they are not being tricked but this is a problem. mayor, what -- when illegals pour into the border, where is the strain in your town? >> you know, again, we don't have the infrastructure that it takes to house all these people like she is saying. i think they have a little more of that up there in washington and new york. we definitely don't here. and the border we are a small community. we don't have the manpower. we don't have the infrastructure. so, i hear her pain. but, you know what? busing them to washington is state initiative and i don't think you will find one be person in eagle pass that says they are not happy with it. we have been going through it for over a year. so i share her sentiment. but, again, you know, it is what it is. and they are going over there now, you know, state is sending them over there. like she is helping for that federal help. we have been asking for it for over a year. let's see who get first washington or the small border
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town eagle pass. >> brian: meanwhile the vice president is in new jersey talking about comparing roe v. wade overturned to slavery and the president of the united states took two or three days off. we have no idea what he was doing. meanwhile, you guys don't have that luxury. you don't get a day off from this mario alan da ramon, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> brian: i want to check in with senior meteorologist janice dean to find out what the weather is like. some say muggy. >> janice: it's going to be muggy. guess what, brian? it's national hot dog day today. you know how much i love the hot dogs. we have nathan's here. hot dogs galore. first we have to check the weather because it is going to be hot dog weather. 78 in new york and boston. heat advisories in effect for several days across the northeast. millions of people will be affected by this. these are the high temperatures but it's going to feel more like 100 degrees plus for some of these big cities. that's the dew point, the amount of moisture in the atmosphere making it feel oppressive outside. you know what i say, take care of the kids, the elderly and
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wring your pets inside because it's going to be very warm for the next couple of days i mean above average at least in some cases, 10 degrees above average for the next few days so that's a story we are going to be following. not only the heat across the northeast but across the south where it's been hot for many weeks, over 100 degrees for a lot of these folks and feeling really dangerous with these temperatures. so just keep that in mind fox weather.com for the latest details. come over here, charles, did you come for the hot dogs? >> i did. i saw the nathan's stand i'm like i have got to be first in line. >> janice: you are first in line do you love the hot dogs? >> absolutely. it's all-american, nathan's is the best. i will be spending a lot of time out here today despite the weather. >> janice: you can spend all morning with me, charles. charles looks amazing don't you think, brian kilmeade? >> brian: he has outdressed us again. every man in the world has been outdressed by charles payne. >> janice: have you thought about a clothing line. >> i was going to i do doo a tie line the whole thing might be smart. >> janice: you heard it first
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>> biden is traveling to massachusetts to push the climate agenda. >> everything is on the table. >> the more pain from the high price of gas the more benefit there is for electric vehicle. >> as pete buttigieg pushes electric vehicles john kerry's private jet is put to good use. >> i don't know anybody that could pay attention to anything they say. >> will city's homeless shelters now being overrun by migrants. mayor eric adams. >> we believe it's shameful using migrants as a political tool. >> fantastic night for. >> maryland will battle it out midterms. underdog dan cox credits his victory to former president trump. >> trump didn't have to come alongside an outsider but he did. >> got him. strikes out on the ninth inning and the american league wins the all-star game for the ninth
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consecutive season. ♪ take me home tonight ♪ i don't want to let you go ♪ until you see the light ♪ take me home tonight ♪ >> ainsley: that is in massachusetts. it's going to be a. >> brian: another n word. narragansett yesterday. >> ainsley: no rain until sunday. enjoy. maritime community obviously. >> steve: listen, if i was up there, i would be out on the beach today as well. it's going to be sweltering throughout the northeast. that could actually be the same weather we know it's going to be the same weather here. we are going to be approaching 100 here in our world headquarters by the end of this of the week on this wednesday july 2022. come on over. we are running out of weather. so anyway, wherever you are be cool. >> ainsley: be cool. brian, be cool.
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>> brian: i will say, this don't panic it is surgeon. if it was december and this was happening, then i would say this is a little weird. it's a little bit hotter than usual. >> steve: never let a crisis go to waste. so if it's really hot today, today would be a great day to talk about global climate change. >> ainsley: let's do that later today the president is going to be traveling to massachusetts to announce new climate measures but he will stop short of declaring a national emergency like we talked about yesterday. >> brian: yeah. i wonder what he can do after the supreme court ruling. meanwhile the trip is an attempt to notch a much needed win for the left as the party struggles to advance its green energy agenda in the middle of a crisis. >> steve: mark meredith joins us live from the white house. is he wearing a coat but he wishes he wasn't. it's hot. >> i picked out the wrong coat, too. i should have gotten something much lighter than that good morning to all three of you. as you mentioned president biden is expected to believe he believes climate change poses a major threat to america's existence. is he also expected to stop
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short of actually declaring a climate emergency. the president's speech is going to be happening at an old coal fired power plant in somerset, massachusetts. focus on extreme heat how he believes it's endangering american workers and communities. this comes amid a extreme debate going up on the hill the climate agenda remains stalled in the senate. west virginia democratic senator joe manchin refusing to sign on to the proposal and that is sparking outrage among fellow democrats who are accusing him of sabotaging the president's agenda. >> joe manchin lucy. he is lucy. i don't think the peanut characters had last names. all he does is put the football down over and over and as soon as charlie brown, like his whole democratic team comes to kick the ball, he picks it up and laughs. >> politico now quoting a senior democrat says the president is instilling confidence while he understands deep red state he can't fathom why he is
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torpedoing the best laid plans. manchin is firing right back. >> the people that are criticizing me, my own colleagues. i understand that. i understand their aspirations i understand where they are coming from. the criticism i'm getting from the people are saying joe manchin stringing them along. don't you believe inflation is the number one thing in america right now? hurting every human being? i'm sorry if they don't care about that? i do. i'm more concerned about that than anything. >> now the white house has tangoed with manchin before. remember build back better earlier in the year. the white house is still hopeful that he will eventually come around to some of the president's proposals. especially when it comes to climate. a lot of people are talking about 100 million people today either under excessive heat warning or advisory in the nation's capitol. brian, since you asked. 94 today. >> brian: nothing you can't handle. you are not going to call in sick. >> can i do that now? can i call in sick from here? is that an option? >> steve: do you have a
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seersucker at home? could you call somebody and get a seersucker jacket? >> that's not a bad idea. there is a gap kids around the corner. >> steve: what size would you be at gap kids? >> okay. we will move on. next hour. i will see you in the next hour. >> ainsley: go in the press briefing room and get inside the air conditioning and come back out for next hit. thanks so much, mark. >> brian: go in the west wing and hang out in the lobby. >> steve: it's air conditioned. so the question is, you know, what exactly could the administration do if and when they eventually do call it a national emergency? it's unclear what that would be; however, some of the things the president could do is he could actually suspend oil drilling leases. or he could direct the military to more green projects or more electric cars. the one thing. >> brian: that will really get china nervous. >> steve: the one thing though about the president did he is asking oil companies to drill more as he has over the last couple of weeks, it would be hard for him to then pull the plug on oil drilling leases.
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so, it will be interesting to see what they come up with today when he, you know, addresses the press there from massachusetts at that now shuttered plant that is transitioning to wind. >> brian: search transitioning. >> steve: a lot of wind power. >> ainsley: representative levin speaking and comparing him to charlie brown joe manchin and called him lucy manchin for stealing the football and laughing. he was actually one of the ones around at pro-abortion period of time at aoc and ilhan omar. there were 17 democrats who were arrested out there. >> steve: did they use invisible handcuffs on him, too. >> ainsley: some of them did. omar and aoc had their hands behind their back they looked like they were handcuffed. aoc did a fist bump and she produced she was pretending to be handcuffed. there is representative levin. he is a democrat. and joe manchin, we heard that soundbite. he said i represent a red state basically i'm paraphrasing.
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i represent west virginia. i care more about what my people are worried about. and number one in every poll is inflation. everyone is worried about the costs going up across the board on everything. >> brian: the president said on joe manchin. the president has told confidantes while he understands manchin is from a deep red state he can't fathom while he keeps torpedoing the party's best laid plans. >> ainsley: he has to do what is best for his constituents. >> brian: need to hold their fire on any attack. including senator schumer because they know there still a chance of him doing something, i guess on obamacare subsidies or something to that effect. he basically should get the democratic mvp because if he voted along with kyrsten sinema for the build back better plan, a $4.4 trillion worth of purely agenda affordable before the crisis. if you think the rescue plan at one point 9 trillion was we would not be able to dig our way out of it. you are not going to be able to
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intimidate him or hurt him at home. i think on some level i would be very curious to see if there is any backers for him to try to get the democratic nomination for president because i just think that what he has done is shown pure leadership. he is not running over to republicans saying look at me. in fact, he has used some of his leverage and voting power. if you went over to mitch mcconnell and said mitch i want you to do x, y and z he would have because of what he has done already. >> steve: only problem is every other democratic senator aside from kyrsten sinema hates your guts. >> brian: evidently is he blocking for warner and tester. >> ainsley: when you are in the middle of inflation you don't spend more. that's just logical. >> steve: that was his point. inflation north of 9% it wouldn't be prudent at this time. inflation is through the roof. you feel it each and every day. you have seen the cost of gasoline. you have seen the cost of eggs. you name it, bacon is through the roof as well. >> brian: can't have one without the other.
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>> steve: you can't generally. it sound delicious right about now. so anyway earlier today, we were talking to andy puzder. he has said hey the administration needs to just come clean and stop blaming vladimir putin and instead okay, it was a joe biden policy. it was a democrat policy to spend all this money. and then it will start to make sense to the folks at home. here's andy. >> russia is exporting more oil now than it did before the pandemic. the problem is the united states is producing less oil than it did before the pandemic. so i even jerome powell, who is the chair of the federal reserve bank as you know, came out and said this argument that putin is the cause for increased oil prices just is false. it's just not true. so, people can believe whatever they want to believe. if you want to believe these statements, these inconsistent and repeated erroneous statements come out of the white house, you are certainly entitled to believe that they really should just admit that they are spending. they spent too much money.
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they enacted that $1.9 trillion spending spree at the beginning of march of 2021 right after he took office. and inflation surged. >> steve: and they want to spend more. but, joe manchin standing in the way. >> ainsley: inflation an issue during the midterm elections that we are go to, you know, we are that few months away from. also crime and also immigration. the borders are open down in south texas and arizona. and the governors down there are saying we can't handle it all. so we're going to put them on buses and ship them to other cities. they can volunteer to get on whichever bus they want. many wanted to go to d.c. and we are learning many wanted to come here to new york city. that's why the mayor, eric adams, is now asking for federal assistance because he says we have 2800 that have entered our homeless shelters here in new york city. and he wants money to help pay for their resources. >> brian: right. pouring. in number one you are a sanctuary city you are a magnet. might want to change that i'm sure that's not going to happen. number two getting illegal
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immigrants pouring into your city. don't blame texas and arizona. they say no, no. we haven't sent any with uses to you guys. 65 buses left texas they all went to washington, d.c. arizona says we sent out a handful but none went to new york city. what are you even talking about. but the mayor is right. this city is being overwhelmed by additional illegal immigrants, many of which are school aged about to overtax an underperforming, under staffed system. >> ainsley: some came on those secret flights. >> brian: those were government sanction dollars as opposed to texas. >> ainsley: right. >> steve: that's an important point. because the mayors of new york and d.c. are blaming those darn governors down in texas into arizona only send people to washington, d.c. it's the federal government that is saying, you know, at the check point once they go through the ngos where would you like to go in the united states of america? all right. you would like to go to new york city? we're going to arrange that. some were secret flights that
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weren't so secret and others were just being transported through a myriad of ways. and now it's finally catching up with them. keep in mind, we had heard all along that when these people go to various cities around the country, there was no federal aid. obviously the state and the localities had to pick up the tab. but now the cities are going, wait a minute, anxiously to your point, we have got 3,000 brand new migrants. what are we going to do with them? they are asking for money. but it doesn't sound like right now the federal government has got anywhere to turn except fema because the press secretary said yesterday this whole thing is being handled by fema, which just as we have said on this program for years it is an emergency at our southern border. and that's what fema does. they manage emergencies. here is the press secretary. >> i can tell you, karen that we have been in touch with both of there -- both of their administrations, both of their offices and we are going to continue to look into their
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requests. i think we believe it's shameful that, that, that some governors are using migrants as a political tool, as a political play. >> when we should be making sure that we are doing everything that we can to help folks who are coming into this process in is a legal way and making sure that we do this in a safe -- in a safe way and respectful way. and i think it's shameful that that is happening. >> ainsley: the leaders down in texas have a great argument. they say where is the federal government helping us? why aren't you helping us? now you are dealing with what we have been dealing with for years. and now you want federal assistance. so, you know, all these people around the country have said let them come in. the doors are open. now you have these mayors that are saying wait a minute, if you are going to come to our city we need extra money. and texas is saying we have been telling you this all along. >> brian: sanctuary state thanks
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to the government's negligence. the acting mayor of eagle pass, she was on with us 25 minutes ago. listener to what she said about new york and d.c. whining. >> we don't have the infrastructure that it takes to house all these people like she is saying i think they have a little more of that up there in washington and new york and we definitely don't here and the border we are a small community. we have the manpower. we don't have the infrastructure. so i hear her pain. just last month alone we had 13,000 come through here in one month, you know? over 13,000. i can only imagine more there were. good luck to them getting any help from the federal government because we have been asking for over a year and we haven't gotten much of that. so i feel their sentiment. i respect the fact that they are concerned about it and that they are asking for that help. i hope they get it because, again, like i said, on the border we haven't gotten anything like that. >> brian: only going to get worse. the word gets out that when you
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get to our country, you get to stay, you get school, you are going to get a fresh set of clothes, you are going to get shelters, you are going to get a bed and that means more and more will come. until you start cracking down at the border, nothing is going to stop and we are running out of social service money for americans let alone illegal immigrants. >> ainsley: there were 207,000 counts alone. 239,000 in may. think about that. like a football stadium holds how much? 60,000? this would fill up about three football stadiums. >> steve: it absolutely would. here's the thing. even before those governors were sending people to washington, d.c., both new york and d.c. had a homeless drivers. they had more people than they could possibly handle, so now what are they doing? never let a crisis go to waste. they are blaming those states and the republican governors for making it bad in the blue cities. >> they were the ones who wanted them to come in. >> steve: it's not their fault. >> brian: dan crenshaw putting
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legislation that is going to examine how ngos are getting funded. a lot of fema money is going to them. why? why are these charitable organizations waiting houses for these illegal immigrants to come? that is part of the problem. >> steve: all right. it is 7:15 now here in the east. and carley joins us with a curious story about what happened yesterday with invisible handcuffs. >> carley: that's right from the border to washington, d.c. we go again to where members of the squad turn a pro-abortion protest into a spectacle as 17 congressional democrats are arrested by capitol police. congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez and ilhan omar being mocked after pretending be handcuffed during their arrest. the demonstrations outside the supreme court come as politico reports is weighing limited abortion health emergency declaration. maryland voters have spoken and most midterm matches are set for november. trump backed state delegate and
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under dog dan cox clinching the 'oprah endorsed author wes moore. dan cox will join us to lay out his midterm strategy. look at other key primary races andy harris will face progressive former state lawmaker heather mirsz. neil parrot will look to unseat trone. still no results in the baltimore race. embattled incumbent marilyn mosby is trailing bates. maryland's process allows votes to roll in until july 29th. so ballots already received won't be counted until tomorrow. on to a fox weather alert. over 100 million people, that's a third of the country are under heat warnings or advisories according to the national weather service. current forecasts show triple digital temperatures across texas and oklahoma today.
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>> so should you be reaching for a cold one to survive this week's heat wave? >> it's so damn hot ♪ >> milk was a bad choice. >> carley: yeah, milk definitely a bad choice. but beer can actually help you retain fluids. this according to dr. stuart fallway who responded to online debate by saying beer contains electrolyte, sugar and salt but he asthma more than one or two can lead to dehydration. so keep it to a cold one and then you can switch to water. >> brian: how does that gel with -- what about last week's story that it causes autonomous zone? >> carley: i like the stories that say they are all good for you. >> ainsley: we will take that. >> steve: hottest part of the day is late in the arch so you should not be drinking beer right about now.
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>> carley: crack open a cold one in the afternoon. >> steve: leads to another. >> ainsley: they said one or two. >> brian: do their beer studies. i think that's happening. like maxwell house. >> carley: online comments like dr. saturday galloway. >> brian: online that's where all the facts are. >> ainsley: moderation. thanks, carley. >> steve: coming up on this wednesday the president will tour a shuttered power plant in massachusetts as activists demand nor action on the climate. what about our energy crisis? former energy secretary rick perry weighs in coming up next. >> ainsley: did you say energy? >> steve: i did. >> ainsley: plus, it is national hot dog day. that will give you some energy. we are celebrating on the fox square with nathan's famous hot dogs. can you have a beer with that hot dog, steve? >> steve: goes great ♪ ♪
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>> brian: president biden said to visit a power plant in massachusetts to talk about climate change. white house says executive action is off the table for at least this week. well, what can we expect next week? here to react former transportation secretary rick perry. you have been dealing with this directly as secretary of energy. what do you think the president is going to say besides we are in a crisis now? >> well, i don't know. seeing and watching this administration i don't think they have any original ideas about how to deal with this. we have a lot of solutions in country based centrally on fossil fuels. fossil fuels have changed more people's lives in a positive way
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than any other substance in the world. we have got small modular reactors. our federal they haven't -- permitted a nuclear technology in literally decades. if you are looking for. open up our offshore drill and our federal land. clean american energy into the mix here to address this issue. if you don't, you are going to continue to push countries to go back to coal and third world countries are basically going to say to them sorry, you are just going to die. you will have to keep using wood or cow dung and cook your food you are just going to die. >> brian: electric cars. 6,000 charging stations in this
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country. 150,000 gas stations in this country. on the average electric car costs $65,000. low end kia $40,000. subsidies to the tune of $300 billion set aside to buy electric cars that are going to be charged and ultimately those charging stations and grids are going to be fueled by coal. has he thought this out? >> and driving the cost of electricity up because he is going to push more and more subsidies into solar and wind which at the end of the day cannot keep the grid up. you have got to have a base load power supply. either fossil fuels or nuclear to keep your grid going. i mean, so, pushing more incentives into electric cars, into solar, into wind, all that's going to do at the end of the day drive up the cost of electricity. and who gets hurt worse in the
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people that can't afford it. you know, john kerry, he doesn't worry about it he has got plenty of money he jets around on his private aircraft. >> brian: governor, real quick, weigh in on nuclear energy. you think it's the future? >> oh, absolutely. i think that advanced nuclear reactors are the future. if you care about the climate, i mean, if it's more than just a throw away line for you, you have to support small modular nuclear reactors. that's the way that we are going to address the emissions issue in any substantive way. >> brian: there is a way to do it safer than ever and will states have control to make choices themselves. that halls you intrigued. and we have to have you back to talk about that, governor. because people want clean but they don't want to talk about natural gas and nuclear. i'm not sure why. >> yeah. it's the key. i think if you really care about it. if you are a legit environmentalists. those are two that you have got to stand up and say we are for.
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>> brian: all right. governor. >> thanks so much. good talking to you. >> good to be with you, brian. >> brian: coming up crime on set. the horrific murder of law and order crew member gunned down in broad daylight in new york city. plus, the baby formula shortage has not gotten any better. in fact, it's gotten worse. despite the government stepping in and getting german formula and some from australia. how small businesses are grappling with the crisis and family after trying lots of things to manage her ibs-c, things changed for jill. when her doctor recommended treating it with a once-daily pill. and that's when she said yess to adding linzess. linzess is not a laxative. it helps you have more frequent and complete bowel movements. and is proven to help relieve overall abdominal symptoms-belly pain, discomfort and bloating.
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♪ we are back with your headlines starting with this. u.s. capitol police are frustrated with the decision to drop the charges against the stephen colbert staffers who were caught inside a house office building without permission after hours. the capitol police chiever telling d.c.'s u.s. attorney it's, quote: unfortunate that staffers won't be charged. he also says the nine employees lied to capitol police about having proper credentials to enter the building. donations are topping $400,000 for the hero pizza delivery man who saved five children from their burning home. 25-year-old nicholas bostic was driving through indiana neighborhood when he saw a house engulfed in flames and immediately ran to help. after saving four of the five children, bostic ran back inside
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to rescue the last trapped child. he then jumped out of a second story window after saving the little girl. he suffered from severe smoke inhalation as a result but all five children are going to be okay. what an incredible young man. another wave of shark sightings at beaches across the northeast. everyone was out of the water yesterday after two sharks were seen off the coast of rock away beach in queens, new york. three other beaches on long island in cape cod's nassau beach were temporarily closed for swimming last weekend as if continue to monitor shark activity close to the shore. and nascar drivers will be refusing their enengines and roaring by skyscraper in chicago. host the first cup series. bubba wallace got a sneak peek driving around downtown chicago in iconic mcdonald's car. the race is set for july 1st
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2nd next year and help urine usher in nascar's 75th anniversary something to look forward to. >> ainsley: go. i know you have an apartment in chicago we should go. >> carley: let's do it. marking my calendar right now. >> ainsley: thanks, carley. a crew member for the tv show law and order was fatally shot on a set in brooklyn while holding some parking spots for the production crew and their trucks. the victim was only 31 years old. his name is johnny pizaro he was a husband and father of three from queens. this comes as crime, major crime in the big apple is up 37% this year alone. here to reacts blue lives matter nyc 16 years law enforcement experience joe. good morning joe. >> good morning, ainsley. >> ainsley: did they find the suspect. >> something like this targeted
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attack. have an individual two and open car it vehicle. we got to think about this. all across the nation we have people going out there with illegal firearms with the intentions of solely going out there and hurting or killing individuals. that's a problem. we got to get to the bottom of it. >> ainsley: 31 years old. he was there at 5:15 in the morning. the crew was supposed to get there at 6:00 in the morning. is he sitting in the driver's seat holding spots so he could pull away and the trucks could come in so they could film and start the show. and the guy just opens up his door, shoots him, shoots him in the neck and in the face. and he dies at the hospital. neighbors said it that they heard some shots were. there any cameras or anything in the area so we can see dropped off individual. that early in the morning people going in and out of their homes, going to work. coming back and forth to school.
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god forbid a stray bullet goes out there and strikes one of those individuals. one of those kids. this is a real problem. this is why we need more officers on the street. this is why we need district attorneys stop criminals and cities become gotham. if you get caught with illegal firearm you are going to jail for a very long time. >> ainsley: this is what nbc said about this shooting the law and order shooting. they say we are incredibly saddened and shocked that one of our crew members was the victim of a crime early this morning and died as a result. we are working with local law enforcement as they continue to investigate. our hearts go out to his family and friends. and we ask that you respect their privacy during this time. we are being told that he always wanted to work in television. so he was living his dream. he is a father of three. those kids will not have their dad as they are growing up. what's causing crime to go up 37% over the last year? >> well, for several years now we got districts attorneys like alvin bragg go out there and let criminals know on large stage tv
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stations and large stage do whatever you want to. in turn they tell police officers we are going to handcuff you and make your job harder. we're are not going to want you to go out and there protect people. that's the real issue. you have an individual that goes out there. tries to bring home a paycheck for that family. sitting there and literally gets gunned down there. is something wrong here. you can't have people go out there and think that this is the wild, wild west. get these firearms. use them with indifference for human life there have to be standards. a few years back, ainsley you get caught with a firearm. no questions asked no. bail. seven years. we would have cold hard criminals crying in a police car knowing they were going away willing to work with the cops to take more guys off the street. this is what we need. we got to go back to basic policing. we have to let cops do their job in a safe and professional matter. take the criminals off the street. people rely on officers. we got to give them that. >> got to clean up all these cities. crime is going up. thank you, joe. we appreciate you being here. >> thank you very much. >> you are welcome. coming up the baby formula
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fever, and tiredness. if you switch to cabenuva, attend all treatment appointments. every other month and i'm good to go. ask your doctor about every-other-month cabenuva. >> steve: the baby formula crisis is still a crisis and it isn't just worrying parents but small business owners as well. more than a quarter of nationwide baby formula is still out of stock nationwide. four months into the shortage. our next guest says small stores have an even tougher time getting formula as he does everything he can to help his customers. andrew joins us from borchard brothers market and he joins us from ann arbor. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> steve: so, you know, we saw the numbers yesterday. excuse me. about 30% of the stores are sold
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out on stuff. that's 5% worse than it was two month ago when we first heard about it the crisis is not getting better it's actually getting worse. and you are notice offing it firsthand, right? >> 100 percent. way worse. >> steve: because you have a smaller operation, you don't have -- you don't we would the same power as a walmart or a target or anything like that tell us how hard it has been andrew for you to get baby formula for your store. >> it's been a very big struggle. we are supplied by spartan nash. i get two trucks a week. and i probably haven't seen formula in at least three to four months on my shelves. the ones that people need. we do go outside and try to find it at other vendors but it's just not exist tent right now. >> steve: your struggle is profound but it's not unique because there are other stores in the same boat as you and they can't find it either. >> that's correct. they -- the production just isn't there. they shut down the abbott plant
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for four months the fda did. it's crippling. >> steve: it must be heart breaking for you because in your town, you know, people who have gone to your store for years, they come up to you and they say andrew, i have got to get baby formula. and what do you tell them? >> i tell them i'm trying to do everything i can to help. i'm pulling outline strings that i have on making phone calls and i try to keep them abreast as best as i can. and it's just nonexistent like i said. >> steve: yeah. so you are doing everything you can. you are low on the list of getting resupplied. does it surprise you that somebody in the industry that the federal government did not have a plan whether they shut down that plant. it's like we are going to shut down a plant that produces a gigantic amount of baby formula for the planet, but we got to plan. >> yeah. you would have thought that they -- when they shut them down they would have had some type of backup plan it's obvious that
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they didn't. no one, not even the bigger stores have that. you can see that anywhere. and it's just -- it is what it is i guess at this point. it's just shocking that there was no type of backup plan or anything. >> steve: right. for the parents who are looking for a particular kind of baby formula for whatever reason it could be dietary with a child or something like that, have they told you they have had to make changes in the baby's diet because they can't find a good supply? >> yeah. and it's -- that's not typically good for the baby. there is a reason that they're on that certain type of formula. and the ones that are out are the ones that are the most popular and the most needed. >> steve: and, final question, have you heard anything from your suppliers about when things are going to get back to normal. >> they keep us on a weekly update. they tell us what type of shipment they are getting every week and how fast they are going out. it's a pecking order thing. it always has been and always will be. they are just -- they say we order it and this is what we get
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when we get it. >> steve: the truck keeps showing up empty for you. andrew, thank you very much for joining us. good luck to you. >> appreciate you. thank you. >> steve: all right. it is meanwhile we are here in new york city. it's a hot day for hot dogs. >> it is. it's national hot dog day. and we are going to talk to james and frank in just a moment. let's take a look at the temperatures because it feels like summertime. so much so that we have heat advisories for some people new york city down towards south texas. it's going to feel well over 10e areas. so just, you know, protect the elderly and your kids and pets and bring them inside. here are the forecast heat indices for new york city. it's going to be hot for the next couple of days, at least five days. we are going to be prepared for it dallas, you have been over 100 degrees for weeks now. a little bit of a cooler air mass on thursday but back right up into the 100-degree heat and we could see the potential for showers and thunderstorms today for parts of the ohio river valley. okay. headline it's national hot dog
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day, james. >> it is. >> janice: i feel like i'm part of the nathan's family. >> you are. i just heard you were introduced as senior meteorologist. i know you by a different name which is, of course, your honor. >> janice: your honor. you know why? because i was nathan's official judge for this year's hot dog contest. >> you were. super exciting to see you again on this the happiest of days national hot dog day. >> janice: brings everyone together the love of hot dogs. >> warmth in the air. >> tell me what is happening today. >> super excited nathan's famous throwing back prices all the way back to 1916 with the qualifying purchase you can get a nathan's famous hot dog for just a nickel, our party in the greater ohio market are honoring the same thing. nickel hot dogs today to celebrate this the happiest of holidays. >> january january it already is. are you planning for next year's celebration in coney island. >> we are we had such a good
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time this year we would love to have you back and looking to make next year's contest even funner even more exciting. >> janice: can you hear the nathan's podcast on the janice dean podcast which launched last week. will you hold this because i'm going to try a hot dog. >> i will. >> janice: prankster, good job by the way. >> for me only one hot dog up there for you the chili cheese sauce. >> janice: oh my goodness, here we go. all right, steve. yum, so good. it's a winner. >> it's a winner. no better way to celebrate this happy holiday. >> janice: national hot dog day, steve doocy, we will see you soon. >> steve: will you bring one of those in here for me? i would imagine she said yes or frankster, either one that looks delicious hot dog day. meanwhile mega morning deals and staying cool all summer long with this sweet neck fan. how does that work? find out how you can get it
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welcome to our number three of "fox & friends." it's 8:00 here on the east coast. >> brian: dan cox in a matter of moments. he was backed by a lot of democrats, and they wanted to see dan cox win over larry hogan's appointed to mr. schultz he was the former labor secretary. the former labor secretary. so we are going to see how marilyn will respond to the general election. >> ainsley: dan cox won the republican nomination yesterday and will run against the democrats in november. >> brian: i spilled coffee on it. i had to make a difficult decision. >> ainsley: let me see how bad it is. >> brian: is kind of bad. i didn't want to look like pete hegseth for a day without the hair gel. write down here. >> ainsley: all the way down.
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>> brian: i've been wearing this all day. >> ainsley: did anyone witness this? i did not see it. >> brian: was on facebook live. >> steve: your necktie was a very narrow bib. at block two years shared. that's the good news. >> brian: my shirt is clean. that is what ties were originally four, to protect dribbling. >> steve: i thought it was a traveling napkin. >> brian: if it doesn't work out on the ratings dropped, i will put it back on. >> steve: do you look at the ratings? >> brian: every minute. >> steve: number one for another 25. by the way, you are watching the news related today, the president is going to travel to massachusetts to announce executive actions perhaps on climate after the democrats failure to get a deal done in the senate things to mr. joe manchin. >> ainsley: joe biden will stop short of declaring a
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national emergency at least this week. >> brian: he is still in the game. game pretty joins us live from the white house. >> good morning to you guys. we expect the president to talk about the heat as well. in climate change making a major threat to the country. the president is going to be stopping short of calling this an emergency. the president will be speaking in somerset massachusetts. he's going to be going to an old coal-fired power plant. his speech will be about how he sees extreme heat impacting different communities. >> and its violent president has been rallying the world to take the decisive action needed in this decade to tackle the climate change, the climate crisis. >> west virginia democratic senator joe manchin said he cannot support the president's efforts and congress to spend. that is sparking outrage among some fellow democrats were
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accusing him of sabotaging the president's agenda. >> is not joe manchin anymore. he's lucy. i don't think the characters have last names. all he does is put the football down over and over, and then as soon as charlie brown, like his old democratic team come to kick the ball, he picks it up and laughs. >> is senior democrat says the president selling, not that while he understands joe manchin represents -- he can't fathom why he keeps torpedoing the parties best laid plans. we are also hearing from senator manchin. >> the people that are criticizing me, my own colleagues. i understand that. i understand where they're coming from. people were saying -- don't you believe it is the number one thing in america right now hurting every human being? i'm sorry, if they don't care about that. i do. i'm more concerned about that than anything.
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>> the white house insists that climate change and inflation could be tackled at the same time. they are hopeful that manchin will come around eventually. we are expecting to hear a lot of dave from the president. especially with 100 million americans under heat advisory. sorry for all the noise here. >> it doesn't go at his outfit. he did run over to the gap. >> ainsley: good in the mail. >> i will spell barbara online later. >> brian: is wednesday. you know mark meredith on wednesday. >> ainsley: it is national hotdog day. they want where those have to do with bourbon? >> i appreciate it. >> ainsley: what do you put your bourbon? >> ice. >> steve: this is a cry for help. it's 8:06. >> ainsley: when do you get off work? >> and about 5 minutes.
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>> steve: your pocket phone is going to start ringing about 5 minutes. >> brian: is battery powered mower. >> steve: is going to be interesting because we heard pete buttigieg talking about electric vehicles yesterday. today, the president is going to be there at that plant. now, they are ramping up to handle the windmills that are out on the water. maybe there is going to be a pivot to wind power now away from the electric cars which actually run uncle as did that plan. >> ainsley: pete buttigieg says the pain at the pub was okay because though they have access to the electric vehicles is going to be beneficial to them. a lot of people can avoid them. i heard a report that if you buy an electric vehicle $50,000 which is less than the average one. i say you buy one at $50,000.
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and then you finance it. you put 10% down, financing or five years is going to be more than $800 car payment every month. >> steve: is more than a lot of people's mortgage payment. >> brian: there is hundreds of thousands of gas stations. they don't have the infrastructure. this is something good for think tanks, but not for our gas tank. >> steve: as a guideline. b3 hopefully someone takes the show. speech is good for our think tank and not for our gas tank. >> brian: secretary of energy. the perfect person to ask. this question. is this the climate crisis of the climate? are we about to be hamstrung by this administration's average? >> seeing and watching this administration, i don't think they have any original ideas about how to deal with this. we have a lot of solutions in this country. based centrally on fossil fuels.
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fossil fuels change more people's lives in a positive way and any other substance in the world. any other technology in the world. we have got small modular reactors. these are walkaway safe nuclear reactors. our federal government is just dragging their feet, slow playing it. if you're looking for answers, mr. president, they are right here in america. you can open up the xl pipeline. you can "up the offshore drilling in our federal land >> steve: the president is going to be talking about alternative forms of energy after joe manchin tanked his big bill. >> brian: joining us right now is a winner of the g.o.p. primary for maryland governor's race beauties got the republican nomination. he is dan cox. the only person happier than you are almost as happy as you is donald trump. >> yes, brian, ainsley, and steve. thank you for having me on this morning. instead of like you said
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earlier, we had megadeal. the people of maryland came out. they believe in america first values. the democrats did not win this race. i just want to say, they didn't even win their race. if you look across the aisle, we don't know who i'm going to face. the people of maryland know what they want. they want this constitution reapplied to them. they want to make sure they have a bill of rights. they want to make sure that everything that god gave us is something that i government will never take away again. we had one of the worst lockdowns in the history of the united states right here in maryland. the people of maryland came out and said no. we want to make sure our children, our careers and communities are safe. people across the aisle are excited about our campaign. we are going to win in november. >> steve: i know that the democratic governors association about a million dollars worth of ads in your state backing you over your opponent because of
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the republican side, because they see you as an easier opponent come november. they essentially were helping you now so that you will in their minds lose later. >> that is actually my opponent. my living opponent's argument. actually what happened, brian, steve, excuse me. the arguments for my opponent were then replayed over and over again, smearing. at the same time, the democrats came and purchased ad times on the same exact arguments attacking me. calling me things like "dangerous dan." this is foolishness. we saw this in virginia with then young can. we cannot do that here in maryland. president trump is on a roll. i am so grateful for your support. we were up ten points in july. last year. we were talking about 12 months of running ahead. when president trump came in, we just double that. sure enough, that is what we see in the results last night. it's exciting to see the people's candidate. we will make sure that everyone
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has their freedoms back, that our children are once again save in our schools and that they are not indoctrinated. specific policies to limit night crt, as well as our gender indoctrination and forcing women's sports to be allowing competitors of those who were born male. that's going to end on my watch. we are going to return power to the people and make sure also that our crime is ended. we have one of the worst catch and release an illegal alien states in america where they are bringing them and by night. some of them may be one of the people. we need to do this legally. at the end of the day, we have cartels in ms-13 running our streets. it's going to end on our watch. >> ainsley: had yet to be more moderate to win in your state? biden won by a lot. >> it's wonderful and i reach across the aisle. we talk about these issues. how important is this constitution to everyone?
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in baltimore city, montgomery county, everywhere i go in maryland, people want their freedoms back. they are tired of their children being forced to mask. they are tired of the vaccine passport being talked about, the jazz for jobs. we are 3500 health care workers that were fired without jobs after working covid ships because of state orders from the governor's office and the health appointment. that's number one. number 2, people are paying at the pump. they are looking around and seeing the biden debacle. that could be a better path. we intend to provide it. as you were just talking about, our oil and gas industry has been shut down under a moratorium. look at clean forms of energy like modular reactors. right now, at the energy plan that is being proposed is put in place, the maryland electric grid will not carry that. it will fail. they've got to take immediate action on this and once again
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restore that for the people. >> steve: the nomination on the republican side for the governor of the great state of maryland. dan cox, thank you very much for joining us live today. >> ainsley: god bless you, too. >> brian: the democrats thought they had a big winner. they back him in pennsylvania. they are in a dead heat in pennsylvania. the same thing happens here. >> ainsley: some headlines for us. >> the san diego city council approving big bonuses to the were more police officers admit a severe shortage. the city is offering new recruits, $15,000 to join the department. san diego needs over 2,000 additional cost for a full -- and it currently over 1800. a pair of burgers are captured on home security video breaking into a san diego home. shattering the glass patio door before peppers praying the dogs and taking off with thousands of
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dollars worth of jewelry and cash. can you believe it? authorities believe the duo is responsible for another burglary nearby. please haven't made any arrests. the american league wins the all-star game for the ninth consecutive year. back home around. yankees star giancarlo stanton twins outfielder byron buxton. >> that follows hammered a left center field. goodbye. 2-run shot. tie game. he turns on a ball and hits it a mile. byron buxton in france. 2 mammoth home runs. stanton and now buxton. >> a fun night they. 457-foot home run in the american inning. of the american league has 21 wins in the last 25 midsummer classic's.
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taking over a small missouri town. it all started when the mcdonald's in marshfield as you know friendly challenge to the local dairy queen. things took a turn when dq said it was too busy making ice cream. calling dq salty like his world-famous prize. the entire town was on board with the joke. filters and even the local watermelon vendor getting in on the action. those are your headlines. that's what makes a small town in small town. >> everybody's talking about it. >> ainsley: small towns are the best. >> brian: i think john cougar mellencamp thing about the small town like that. >> ainsley: we are closing it with a dancing hotdog. >> brian: you just gave it away. call in the squad car. >> ainsley: that's two in a row, brian. >> brian: congresswoman aoc and ilhan omar faked being in
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handcuffs after being arrested at a protest. getting mock online justifiably. >> ainsley: is the president climbers are also the biggest climate of vendor? the insane amount of carbon emissions released by john kerry's personal jet.
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john kerry faces backlash as his private just as much a very good use. his gulfstream made 28 trip since biden took office submitting more than 300 metric tons of carbon. which of course he would frown upon. fox news contributor douglas mary joined us right now. look, you've got a problem with this guy. he's really rich. he's got a jet. again fly around as he tells people not to fly around in jets. >> this is what we are very used to by now. everybody else's god had basically locked down not applying. particularly the poor people in the world mustn't fly because that causes carbon. if you are very rich and telling everyone else not the flight, you are allowed to fly. that's the deal. >> steve: europe was ahead of us when it came to the green energy thing. at the same time, i was just reading yesterday in "the wall street journal."
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europe is doubling down on nuclear power because, you know, there is no carbon footprint for coal. >> europe is a very interesting morning for america at the moment. european governments win big on this cold climate emergency emergency vain. first of all, we've got to say that climate emergency thing. there is an emergency after emergency. we have covid. you have ukraine emergency. whenever there is not an absolutely vital recent emergency. the claimant emergency. the european governments have been doing this for years but mainly egged on by the famous swedish schoolgirl greta thornburgh. they were pressured by her. parties across europe announced we've got a claimant emergency. one of been the result of that? the reliance on russian gas. vladimir putin. all of this stuff is connected. france, germany, they are going to go coal. they're not going to have the
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energy. here's the interesting thing that is happening. even the german gain have now come back on board with coal. there is one more step they have to go which is whether or not they can go all the way to nuclear. not a green path anymore. that is what happens. if the lights are not going to come on. >> steve: i read that france is actually doubling down on atomic power. for a variety of reasons. perhaps an rick perry was talking about the smaller modular reactors and stuff like that. maybe that is a way out of this until they figure out how solar cars and battery cars work. >> people like john kerry like to think of themselves as staring out across the long term for 50 thousand-yard stare. the reality is, they are thinking far too long term and ignoring their short term. the short-term consequences of that kind of policies that biden is being encouraged to pursue in
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the u.s. that really end up with the lights not turning on in your country. they end up with the gas prices tripling. that is where you are. i urge these people whilst they are jetting around in their private jets, remember the short-term, because we have to live in it. >> steve: i understand that mr. kerry is going to an event in germany. he was asked, are you taking the private jet? apparently as people said no, he's flying commercial. >> that is very good of him. >> steve: if you can't take the heat, get out of their private jet. still i had on this wednesday. a detective who was fired from her job for refusing to get this covid-19 vaccines. she is being harassed by her former employer to come back and testify of certain court cases even though she has mood states. she joins us live coming up on "fox & friends." and new adventures you hope the more you give the less they'll miss.
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♪ [beeping] do you want some more?! wait 'til you see me on the downhill... [laughs] see you at home. enjoy advanced safety at the lexus golden opportunity sales event. >> ainsley: we are back with your headlines. their murder charges against the clerk finally drops. children ex-con -- the charges dropped after weeks of protest by workers in front of this video.
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high-speed chase on horseback. a mounted nypd officer reigned in a suspected thief after galloping down the road in busy times square. the officer responding to the robbery of a street vendor. the homeless suspect stole seven pairs of sunglasses after swinging a piece of glass at that. according to the nypd robbery, the route more than 39% so far this year. justin bieber will soon be back on the road after pausing his world tour back in june because of a health's data. the singer took time off after experiencing temporary face paralysis caused by a syndrome known as ramsey hunt. the tour will resume in italy later this month. still no word on when he will be rescheduling shows that were postponed here in the united states. it goes well with everything, right? especially pittsburgh football. fans are fuming over the renaming of heinz field. how the steelers will play home
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games at the stadium for some fans lashing out. to change the name. others say, like me that they cannot pronounce it. which is a michigan-based technology company. >> i think it is a century. >> whatever it is, heinz is way easier. this is the 13th time is come up on that show a national hot dog day no less. >> catch up great with eggs. i was just saying, hotdog could be a breakfast sandwich. and its protein. as the atkins diet. just don't eat the bun. thanks so much, carly. our next guest was a former seattle-area detective who left town after she was fired for refusing to get the covid vaccine. however, she was later ordered to return to washington state
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and what she calls quasi-threatening emails. so she could testify in some of her former cases. jennifer joined us now. good morning to you, jennifer. >> good morning. >> thank you so much for coming out. you said if you fire me, i'm gonna move out of state. your husband also detective work and have to find another job in the same city. you had to move far away. he said, please don't fire me after these cases go through the court system. what was their response? >> their response was just that my future plans did not mean anything to them. they were gonna go ahead with my termination no matter what kinds of cases i had on the court's docket. >> ainsley: what are the email say when they are threatening you to come back to testify? >> well, there are emails where the prosecutor's office alleges that i was ordered by the court to appear.
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ironically, these were the exact same buildings for instance the courthouse and other county buildings that prior to my termination, i was actually ordered that i was forbidden to even enter these buildings because i was too much of a danger to my coworkers in public for being unvaccinated. and now, they are telling me that i am ordered to appear in these court houses to testify in these trials. so the hypocrisy -- go >> ainsley: now they are not aware that you're not vaccinated? >> now that i am no longer an employee of theirs, they seem to not be worried about their vaccine status. >> that is crazy. did you have to pay for these trips? >> generally, it will cover costs for witnesses. that's what i need to testify. they did cover my airline flight to and from my new state. the two are there are five different pending cases?
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how did you do that being a mom and have a new job? >> it was tough. i told him flat out. i not only just moved out of the area, but i basically moved across the country. i can just pick up and leave the head here whatever you want to at um. and i still have more cases that i am anticipating they will need me for. they are either going to order me to continue to appear or they are going to have to dismiss charges and all child cases. >> ainsley: i know that you worked as a sexual assault detective. i -- i do want to read this statement. this is the prosecutor's office. this at our office is committed to holding individuals who harm children in our community accountable. that requires the involvement of law enforcement investigators. a common practice for law enforcement to come back and testify after leaving the apartment. we are grateful for the assistance of this detective in
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helping all the perpetrators of child abuse accountable. i know you just wanted to keep your job. you loved your job. you wanted to work and stand up for these children who are getting abused. they fired you. you were a hero during covid. when the vaccines came out, then they fire you after all of your hard work. i'm sorry that happened to you, jennifer. thank you for all that you do. we did reach out to the kings county sheriff's office for a statement, but we do not hear back. it is 8:35 here. actress aoc -- actress. the congresswoman pretending to wear handcuffs after getting arrested at a protest. out cake founder clay travis is going to react to that next. he is known as the dancing weatherman. nick is here. he's going to give us a behind-the-scenes look at his -- dance debut. straight ahead. in just a few cl.
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>> brian: 17 house democrats including far left squad members. are there any far right squad members? blocking traffic outside the supreme court. they look so upset. congresswoman aoc pretending to be think about keeping up the charade while being led away by police dramatically. out cake founder clay travis is here to react. is this very similar to what peter navarro was taken out except for the leg irons and handcuffs? >> [laughs] look, aoc is an instagram influencer who happened to get a leg of the congress. and when everything that she does, once you accept that reality, it makes complete sense. it is all about show. it is all about sizzle. there is almost zero substance behind it at all.
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this personifies this perfectly. because the reality is, a huge percentage of people who are aoc fans -- and she knows this. i'm going to see a 52nd video of her slowly walking away with her hands behind her back like she has been handcuffed. they are never going to do any research beyond that. they are going to say, oh, look, here is aoc being walked away for standing up for my rights, for her rights. what a hero she is good to go. it is social media personified. that is aoc at her very essence. >> brian: the same thing. invisible handguns. there you go. i think that people who are online will understand if they look a little bit further that it is a total live. she is working with her hands behind her back. she waved through the crowd within five seconds and put her hands back behind her back.
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>> i think she actually raised her hand into a fist. power to the people so to speak, aoc. that is you, brian, saying i want to know the full truth behind what was going on here. the instagram influencer universe doesn't care about the full truth. they care about their narrative being confirmed in that short 52nd video. this is the internet in general. did you see the video with the "sesame street"? on the little kid standing beside went waved at. it turns into an entire investigation over whether the "sesame street" mascot is racist or not. people don't want by and large contacts. they want whatever their preconceived emotions and expectations are to be fulfilled. aoc is smart enough to know that. that is the instagram influencer universe in general. she was arrested. she was treated unfairly. >> brian: let's bring it to
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jim harbaugh the university of michigan. we will go back just real quick. he said this. "i believe in having the courage to letting the unborn be born. i love life. i believe in having a loving care and respect for life and death." then he get any backlash on campus? >> he certainly will on campus i think. he is at the university of michigan which is -- let's be honest. a relatively woke university. and he's already a massive amount of backlash from the sports media which plans all the time. we wish coaches and athletes would speak out more about political related issues. but as soon as they speak out about political related issues that the left-wing sports media disagrees with, people say, oh, why in the world is jim harbaugh sharing his opinion on abortion in the first place? that's what goes on. people in sports media love to praise athletes and coaches when those athletes and coaches as
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share opinions at the sports media agrees with that as soon as they step outside the lines. they get crushed. that is already happening jim harbaugh. >> brian: i don't think he cares. worse comes to worst, he will go to the nfl. >> congratulations to him. he finally got it done. >> brian: find out what is clicking. clay travis, thanks so much. >> thank you all. i appreciate it. >> and i, good morning. i have a friend here. what's your name? where you from? this is the first time in new york, right? what you think so far? because it's great. >> did you have your first hotdog? what did you think of your first nathan's hot dog? because it was nice. best so far. >> is national hot dog day. thank you for being here. it feels like where you are from today across the nation. we have the potential for some showers and thunderstorms associated with a cold front across the ohio valley and the
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great lakes. i could bring stronger storms including handle damaging winds. know where you're going to get those watches and warnings. we had record breaking heat in u.k. yesterday. the good news is temperatures are going to start to come down over the next few days. but we had over 104 degrees in london, england. that is a daytime record for that is a story we are certainly going to be following. here in the u.s., we have heat advisory for more than 100 million folks. >> hi, mom. >> that's a good answer. over to you. >> brian: meanwhile, also in a court case dancing philip fox whether dancing weatherman is here. he just took on the stars of those "so you think you can dance" team and joins us live with a preview. look at that. my first, let's check in with dana perino. >> you need to book and for saturday night. i will. >> you could have a minute show.
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>> i might do one more thing. there is this. a worker who killed a man in self-defense. the question now, who and what is next as progressive prosecutors protect the liver victims. illegal immigration crushed begins to strain city budgets. crocodile tears from texas. if a congresswoman gets arrested for illegally trespassing in a protest but doesn't get handcuffed, and she really been arrested at all? you got to see this. we will see you at 9:00. [beeping] do you want some more?! wait 'til you see me on the downhill... [laughs] see you at home. enjoy advanced safety at the lexus golden opportunity sales event. ♪♪ it's the all-new subway series menu. twelve irresistible new subs. the most epic sandwich roster ever created. ♪♪ it's subway's biggest refresh yet!
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>> ainsley: best known as the dancing weatherman. the dance moves have taken social media by storm. pretty good, nick. >> brian: "so you think you can dance" all five to nine on fox. >> steve: right now from fox whether along with our weather machine. i understand you've never had advanced lessons. you just move because the music moves you. >> i try to copy what they kids are doing unsocial. don't be too impressed. after that that abuse off, i blew out my acl. i'm just kidding. it felt like it. >> what are you doing tonight? because i'm going to be on "so you think you can dance."
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tonight's episode is a night with the stars. the all-stars i back on the show. last season winter and also season 4. she has been killing it for years and years and years. i'm trying to keep up with these guys. they are trained professionals. that is what you are going to see tonight. >> behind the scenes, watch this. >> today, the idea is to make a cool dance challenge. i have comfort and bailing here with me. i you guys ready to do this? you guys teach me. can you just show me what kind of moves you have? ♪ ♪ >> now that you guys saw my skills, do you think and work with me? 's to go absolutely.
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>> cool. give me ten more minutes. i think i pulled a hamstring. ♪ ♪ >> dang, i forgot. remembering is a pain in the doppler radio. all right, guys, you've seen my moves. are you guys ready to kill this dance challenge with me? >> absolutely ready. >> let's do it. ♪ ♪
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[laughs] [applause] >> please, please. >> ainsley: you are really good. >> you think so? >> ainsley: millions of people on instagram that watch you and like you and love you. >> you have to understand. they dumped it down for me. he kind of out of the water. >> that is my one and only. self-taught. >> something that you can do that most people can do. you can look cool dancing in a necktie. >> that is the key. i draw attention away from may be some of what i don't do well with the suit. >> ainsley: when did you incorporate whether in dancing? the girl that is the question i get all the time. three years ago at my local station, my bosses want us to post more unsocial. they want to supposed 12 times a day unsocial.
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that's a lot. i was in charlotte, north carolina. after a week, i ran out of stuff to post. one day, i go, i've got the post one more thing will work and the work. i decided to dance in the studio having fun. i posted it on my instagram page and went home and took a nap. i was on the morning show. i woke up and life hasn't been the same since. people like my dancing. i've been doing ever since. >> my brother is a great dancer. he gets it from my dad. >> i thought all these years it was from my mom. my dad has been surprising me. >> you did a family one. >> steve: i don't know if we have any dance music right now. but we've got the dance floor here. come on, nick. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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