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to protect china. take the ba banking sector. wall street decided to fall in line behind's black lives matter after george floyd's death that they railed against america racism and social media posts. they went on to commit billions to promote racial justice. ended up being in large case a giveaway to racial hucksters coast-to-coast. but when pressed on chinese abuses? >> would you condemn the ongoing abuse at the hands of the chinese party? >> condemn is a strong word. >> so is and slavery. >> very distressed to see it going on and we don't want to see it happening anywhere in the world where we or anybody else operate. >> laura: is she distressed? did she just say she was distressed about it? i'd say things are pretty
distressing for hundreds of thousands being held in china's forced labor encampments. here's what one woman said. >> there were three men. not one, but three. they did what evil their mind could think of and they didn't spare any part of my body. they were barbaric. they had beaten all over my b body. >> laura: jamie diamonds, the fleshy ceo of jpmorgan chase and remember got twisted up a few years back when he was pressed on the same question? >> the imprisonment and what they are doing in china is undoubtedly, but it's not like you said it's genocide, stop the madness and killing. stop the imprisonment. to speak of the government needs
to do that. >> you could do it. >> i can do whatever i want, but we believe in human rights and we don't believe in in genocide. for me to make public stat statements. >> laura: it's a mistake for whom, exactly? the same banks didn't have any problem speaking out against george's completely reasonable border integrity measures today? the titan companies like coca-cola, microsoft, a lot more decried the treatment of minorities in america as they were and are raking in billions in china. a regime that tortures its dissidents and uses slave labor. although the ceos are total hypocrites on their virtue signaling, the outright don't make policies. it was the u.s. government policy going back to 2,000 that first encouraged businesses to offshore a lot of their manufacturing to china and the banks where they follow the
money. politicians in both parties and fortune 500 ceos have in turn help to make the communist nation very rich and very powerful. china is now thanks in great measure now our greatest geopolitical threats. now, 21 years after china gained entry into the world trade organization, china is in for your like they promised us it would be you, but it's richer and it's even more evil. every dollar we lose in our trade deficit with china will end up helping it expand its already vast security state and modernize and expand its military. they have a lot of their own challenges, we hear that a lot and that is true, but still, china is on a path to it clips us militarily and economically. that is the truth. now with america behind the eight ball, the elites are betting on china and against the u.s. >> do you condemn the chinese
communist party for the horrible acts they commit a? >> when we look at what we do in the country with individual climates, it's not a theory of record concepts. >> all due respect, the government in china, if you're doing business in the country, you're doing it willingly with respect to them allowing you to be there. if they are committing these atrocities, are you okay with that? >> we don't do business with companies we believe are doing atrocities or something like that. >> we do not do any activity with companies that are involved in force later -- >> it's okay to do business with china. it even though they commit those atrocities. >> laura: no thank you, congressman. and at the same time these corporate execs are spooning with china, they are working to
hurt u.s. productivity and competitiveness. they do this by agreeing to adopt esg which stands for environmental social and governance. standard supposedly for their business operations, not monopoly standards at all. the man leading the charge is black rock blowhard and pro-china stooge larry fink. he made his billions, but now it's time for him to remake the world. >> but if we are going to change the world, we must change the charters or were not going together. there's just not enough capital. it's estimated the decarbonization of the emerging world is $1 trillion per year. we're talking about $100 billion moving in the emerging world. if we are really serious about the the notion of moving their d
faster, it has to be done in the way were bringing governments together. >> laura: listen carefully. do you hear china and india laughing because i do. we are dealing with a self-created energy crisis right now in europe and also a global recession. and this guy thinks that we are going to crawl out of it by bankrupting ourselves? further knee capping oil and g gas? he's not curtailing his private jet use, i can tell you that right now. the entire esg scheme is a complete fraud and the result will be the destruction of our energy independence, radical changes they are planning to our food supply, and the creation of what will ultimately be something akin to a racial and ethnic caste system. the free enterprise system the most powerful nation on earth, was based on objective merit and a strong work ethic. this helps match all of that. es trees trickle down effect in
america workers is disastrous. the left will always want more concessions. just today, the world bank chief was forced to grovel after the climate nuts demanded his resignation when they didn't like his answer on climate change. >> never. the goober woke sweep states. i understand that the pressure to run the race is fierce. you will never win it. nothing you do will ever be enough. >> laura: i wish he was sitting there. but those corporate execs do not care. didn't they look bored like they are irritated they had to be there? they are betting the future belongs to the dictators and the ccp. they think the best way to cancun themselves for more trouble here at home is just to cooperate with the welk
activists and throw them a bow and every now and then. it sure seems they assume that our economy is essentially doomed. now they simply want a soft landing for themselves. this is why they tiptoe around criticizing china. they do not hesitate to pile on conservatives at home. i'm telling you, this dynamic will not change, not at all, unless republicans adopt a new approach to big business. the old mitch mcconnell establishment approach on trade, that helped us get into the mess. but fortunately, with the help of donald trump's term in office, republicans are starting to figure it out. >> some of the big corporations are now exercising quasipublic power. big wall street banks colluded to deny financing to companies who may be involved in combating illegal immigration or firearms or things that they don't like. you look at the movement for esg and all esg is is the attempt to
use corporate and economic power to impose an ideological agenda on society and so we have instructed our state pension system to not do any esg. they should be using their pension system to get the best results for the shareholders. >> laura: that's a fantastic move by ron desantis and also big kudos to the republicans who pressed those banking execs today. and yesterday. the my friends, tough questions aren't enough. we need new rules and new laws that would give american businesses incentives to keep the operations at home and in many cases we have to simply prohibit them from working with president xi. we can have a system in which the business community is rewarded for helping our major geopolitical adversary. at the same time, it berates americans here at home. you can't do it. joe biden, you heard him say he wants people to bet on america again. but those are just words. as we saw from the hearings, the
bankers, they are putting their money elsewhere. it's going to be up to the next republican in congress and the next republican president to ensure the business community does more to help americans than it does the ccp and that's "the angle." joining me now, missouri senator josh hawley. why did it take a new interval republicans like yourself, to wake up to the reality of what corporate america has becon china joined the wt n. >> i think for a long time you had the old republican establishment, the old d.c. establishment that said to the big corporations, we are all for that and the big corporations could do no wrong and what we found and what you've been talking about is the big corporations are increasingly anti-america. increasingly onboard with the woke agenda. at looking at the worst damage that's been done in terms of forcing a woke agenda on the
american people and it's the big corporations working with big government. if selling out the workers to china is part and parcel of that. we are not in favor of the multiviral corporations, no more special deals were sweetheart deals, we are in favor of america, we are in favor of the america first economic policy and the american first foreign policy and it means doing what's good for the american worker and also what is good for american values and principles. we have to make it clear. >> laura: hears bank of america ceo and it's funny when it's called bank of america when they seem to be doing a lot of anti-american stuff. just echoing the left talking points on sustainability. >> requires to work with clients every size and sector to support a just transition to a sustainable future. we face a transition to a secure energy environment. the private sector has the funding, the scale, the long-term thinking to help with this toughest issue including those. >> laura: senator, other than
being aggressively boring, he's clearly bought into all of this esg nonsense that china and india are just howling at. >> let me just decipher that for the person watching at home. it what it means that you as a working person are going to have to pay a lot more in gas prices, you're going to have to pay double digit increases for food, you're going to have to pay for higher energy costs to heat your home. he meanwhile will keep flying in your private jet to all of these other places and be toasted with champagne is a great leader. that's what that actually means. this is a war on the working class. this is a war on the people who actually believe in america. it lets call it for what it is, the corporations don't believe in america, they're not for america, therefore themselves first and foremost for their rich buddies. therefore the globalist agenda and we stood up and said no to that. put america workers first for a change. >> laura: he was great in the hearing as well.
a lot of republicans did a great job. i need to get to the bill that you're proposing, senator hawley. it would allow states and other working-class issues to deport illegal immigrants from the country? the supreme court said in arizona in the u.s. that errors on them may have had understandable frustrations but the state may not be first in policies that undermine federal law. how do we get around the court's ruling here and their traditional view a federal matter? >> yeah, so this bill would change federal law and the supreme court ruled that way about ten years ago, 15 years ago based on federal law. my bill would change it and say if joe biden isn't going to enforce immigration laws, why don't we let the states enforce immigration laws? the state of texas would come a state of arizona, they love to enforce the immigration laws. let's let them do it and secure the border. let's let them deport them don't like illegal immigrants. they could enforce federal law,
they showed. this bill would allow them to do it. take the gloves off here and let's enforce the law, restore some order to the border. >> laura: martha's vineyard knew how to deport people off their online pretty quickly, senator? they didn't want anybody hanging around there. they have a lot of nice hogs and a little photo op. thank you for joining us. while the ceos targets conservatives here and their views and values, we know they soft pedal on china even expanding their businesses and in some cases, jamie dimon, but in your report should have them thinking twice. new analysis from the u.s. china review commission warns that beijing's cargo date network has been gathering insight into global shipping that could harm american security and commercial interest. it's a big problem. joining me now is michael stu mall, ceo of the coalition for prosperous america, someone sounding the alarm on the issue for year.
you say it's not some wonky concern, futuristic scenario. what percentage of the worlds container ships are we talking about here and why do our viewers need to understand why this matters? >> right now, right now this logging is a huge threat right now. through their partnerships, they can see up to 90% of container ships around the world. the manifests, who they bought from, who they are selling to. they can see whether they are going to supply military bases. the ccp big brother going global. it's a very big concern and it's free, one-stop logistics shopping, subsidized by the ccp. subsidized in part because jamie dimon and larry think helped prop up china's economy. >> laura: we've been talking
about this the entire assignment because i've been writing about china for about 21 years or so. it's been such a major focus of mine since i got into media. we have these woke corporate ceos who made billions in part in china propping them up, growing their economy, growing their military. the u.s. government green lit at all. but now they come and lecture us here in the country about this law or black lives matter, pick whatever issue is trendy at the moment. they do it without any hint of irony, you know, double standards. they get applause from "the new york times" crowd every time they go to a new clinton global initiative. >> yeah, and yet they lobby to get into the financial markets in china. they work really hard to get
these variable interests from china into our stock markets. if there's over 1,000 chinese companies in our stock markets that we are trying to get out right now because they don't comply with u.s. investor protection standards. that's hundreds of billions of dollars. 5,000 that are in morgan stanley's index vanguard state street, 5,000 companies traded in china that tens of millions of unwitting americans are finding right now. because you can't find a global etf or index fund that doesn't have china in it. it's trillions, really, and china's a $13 trillion economy, really big money. they are not a good return investment anyway. every office that black rock morgan stanley has in china, and ccp cells from the government in it. our own u.s. government plan, third savings plan chinese
companies embedded in it and the mutual fund window with alex's more. >> laura: michael, you're giving us so much information that again nobody is going to hear it on television. american taxpayers are helping fund the growth and the expansion of china. they don't even know what. they don't know it. you just explain so much and i know you're working on this night and day, thank you very much for bringing this information to us tonight. now, pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate has come under withering attack from his opponent the diminutive josh shapiro. of course, called an extremist and what else are they going to call him? how is he going to respond? he's going to tell us. and stay there. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> laura: tonight's re-taking america segment, we returned to the state of pennsylvania. the senate race is tightening and showing the contest with in the margin of error just as federman finds himself in hot water. he cast himself as a champion of public schools, but the free big and found as mayor, he failed to pay tens of thousands of dollars in taxes on his time to his
local school district. one of the poorest in the state by the way. if the gubernatorial race on the other hand is more challenging for the g.o.p. doug master anno finds himself down double digits to josh shapiro. we are going to talk to doug mastery .national political reporter for the "washington examiner." a nuremberg pollster who released today's findings found either democrat in the race should feel comfortable with the leads they have. it is not what you're finding on the ground as well? >> absolutely. i'd say it's more so true with the senate race and what you see in the race you can see they are gaining momentum. he's moving in the right direction if you're a candidate where fetterman is losing
traction and votes. he's losing support. if that race has a lot more momentum and is better suited for the republican at this moment. things could change. however, in gubernatorial race, when the primaries where first over, there was only four-point separating the two men josh shapiro and doug mas -- doug mastriano. it's gone in the opposite direction for the state senator. it's gone forward for the sitting attorney general. >> laura: with total crime up a total of 8% in pennsylvania, it's become a top campaign issues to voters such as this one, watch. >> i think there needs to be a crackdown on crime. i think crimes going to be a very big issue in this race.
if again, the liberal approach does not seem to be working. >> laura: i believe there were two more murders in philly to today. is this the kind of issue that can break late for the republican because when i think of extreme, the crime in this country is extreme. the school propaganda on sexual identity is extreme. the price increases in the winter on energy are extreme. by the democrats vulnerable even at this gubernatorial level with these numbers coming in? >> absolutely. what i see is candidates who are doing a better job and i will say right now that's schapiro. they are out in small places, suburbs, cities, towns, back roads talking and listening to voters about the issues. that really resonates when a
candidate shows up in your town or shows up in your city and listens to you. dr. r's goes to kensington in philadelphia and that's -- that's known as the open air heroin market of the country. he actually took several addicts to a detox center while he was walking through kensington. i think those kind of small and retail granular messages are sometimes a very important in a race like this. >> laura: thank you very much. it joined me now his pencil venue gubernatorial republican candidate. we heard the analysis there. closing the gap in the final weeks with these crime numbers and the inflation numbers. again, you should be running away from this and to the starting to pay attention breaks republican. if that's i believe.
>> oh kimani gray. i disagree with selena. record crowds and even last week, three or four points. so, wherever we go, we get record crowds. shapiro, my county saturday, 65 people. we did an event the night before, 1,200 people. i was outside philly, last thursday, rick santorum, 500 people. shapiro shows up and gets a dozen people. the momentum is with us and obviously i disagree with the poll because we see a movement across the state that's unparalleled. you're right, because of crime, josh shapiro is our attorney general and has been for six years and crimes gone up 37%. we've had 946 carjackings in pennsylvania. philadelphia alone this year, we
are pushing 600 homicides this year. everything's a disaster. instead of him doing his job, he sued it to keep businesses shut down. instead of taking care of kids and watching crime and prosecuting sex trafficking which is just ridiculously high in pennsylvania. instead of minding his own business, he and suited to keep those kids messed up. josh shapiro has that. instead of doing his job, he's got a real hate and bigotry against the catholic church. he sued the little sisters of the poor. it's been one we reached out to shapiro >> laura: we reached out to shapiro to find why he want to bet you. that campaign pointed to your demand about picking your own moderator and said nobody gets to pick their own moderators or set their own terms. it's unfortunate that doug mas --doug mastriano decided to
up. your reaction? >> he's a coward and he's dodging just like the democratic had to candidate. josh shapiro is a disaster. he failed us as the attorney general. he knows i will run as a doctor of history and stood before presidents and generals around the world. i will run circles around him. i still offered him the abraham style debate and he still refused me. he's finding every pretense. >> laura: he's got the media on his side. we appreciate it and we are watching the race very, very closely and we think it'll tighten a lot. and both of my cova covert overreach is, a new government panel wants to force you to get
anxiety tests now. if i'm not kidding. if how can this be used against americans? plus a new book reveals how dr. fauci was saying about draconian measures. itwhow i and he'll tell us.n. next period of stay there. ♪ ♪ back to loving. back to life. back to the little bit of jamaica that's inside all of us. come back to being lively again. back to laid back. back to romantic. come back to the vibe that comes alive. in jamaica.
>> laura: we know that government use covid for all the different sources of power grabs, vax mandates, mask mandates, et cetera. if you thought the end of the pandemic would see a cooling off. max, think again. in a move that's expected to receive final approval, the u.s. preventative services task force for the first time ever has recommended anxiety screening for adults without any symptoms. featured on "the today show," it seems like this is nothing but altruism at its best. >> regardless of where you are
in your life and your relationships, in society, it can affect anyone, anywhere, anytime. what they are recommending is a great thing because it will let doctors open up the conversation and hope dell might help you from there and diagnose and treat more. >> laura: that's one of the issues. could the screenings put more pressure on medical professionals to treat or eliminate the risk with doling out if medications. when was the last time the government prior to artist your best interests ahead of theirs? and other concerns being raised now, could this be another way the health bureaucracy will encroach into personal decisions, politics, et cetera, meaning could the screenings be used to designate anyone as crazy or too anxiety ridden to perhaps limit their ability to participate at some levels of society? i know it seems nuts until you
remember we were subjected to years of these mask and vax mandates that served to accomplish what exactly? we'll monitor the story because we don't think they health bureaucracy in this country needs to get bigger or deserves our trust right now. >> i'm not going to be tired in the classic sense, i'm stepping down from the federal government from a classic sense. how can i further contribute to the society? when i can contribute is the benefit of my experience to hopefully inspire the younger generation of scientists and 1b scientists. >> laura: inspire them to do what exactly? ruin an entire generation of kids with b.s. mandates or impart lessons like the next one? soon to be released book obtained, former white house spokesman brian morgenstern
writes that felt she would laugh at how backwards it was that people enter at a restaurant wearing a mask and then sat down and conversed with people without a mask. he wasn't saying things to the effect publicly but privately laughing about the american ribs he was folling. host of the clay traffics and buck sexton radio show. clay, i was on an island in april of 2020 saying that felt you should be fired into big for his britches. do americans realize what a two phase is now. >> yes, this guy is the biggest fraud in the 21st century. he's the worst bureaucrat in all of american history. what i'd say is i don't know if you read "washington post" had a great story. you've got kids, i've got kids. you know what percentage of people with kids six months and
five years old are right now getting their kids this covid shot everybody's trying to get since june? 5%. 95% of american parents whether you're a democrat, republican, independent, you don't care about politics at all, 19 out og kids and you know this. you worry about the young kids more than anything. you might take health risks for yourself, you will not take a risk at all for those kids. 19 out of 20 of them are saying we don't need the cova covered shots at all. it's a "washington post" story that came out this week. it's massive and it's a reflection i think of a repudiation of everything that dr. fauci is saying. we care about our kids more than anyone and we are saying no more, we are not going to continue to listen to this clone. i think fauci should be charged with federal crimes and i hope we win back the house and i hope we win back the senate so we can
hold him accountable for what i believe are a series of lies that have completely been detrimental to this country. >> laura: he likely was involved in some way, shape, or form of green lighting the gain-of-function research and very positive for the chinese researchers when i interviewed him a in february of 2020. the government was hiding the information about the origins of the virus. he was praising them at the same time. >> you're exactly right. this is one of the things where i would love to come back in 20 years, for the years, 60 years, and be able to read the history books because i think dr. fauci got everything wrong. the fact that he was calling everyone who was agreeing with his ridiculous platforms -- remember for a while he was saying people should be wearing goggles, two masks, three masks, he was laughing and everyone
behind the scenes. i think history is going to judge dr. fauci and everyone who was conceding to his entire ridiculous directives as one of the biggest failures of american history and probably come a lower outcome of the biggest failure of the 21st century. i don't think we have enough contempt for this guy. >> laura: a lot of politicians were afraid and people were dying. thought you said something and he's like we got at the moment. a lot of scientists who disagreed were castigated, threatened, punished, and they were bravely speaking out nevertheless. thank you for this in great to see you tonight. if you have democrats with little regard for mankind, wait until we tell you about a bill just signed by california governor gavin newsom. mollie hemingway will tell us in moments. moments. stay there. ♪ ♪
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stacey abrams comments were vile and creepy and callous, wait until you hear what california just approved. human composting. i'm serious. governor gavin newsom signed a bill legalizing the use of decomposing human remains as compost starting in 2027. talk about sustainability. get your shovel, we are putting grandma in the backyard in california. joining me now, mollie mollie hemingway. molly, your reaction to the grizzly bill that they just passed and you think about the abortions that take place in california. i don't want to think about what this would mean. what's going on here? >> it seems like the logical end point of some of the radical policies coming out of california which has a strong focus on their beliefs on
climate change. they view humans are something of a scourge or a virus, so it seems logical they would influence that the humans can be used for fertilization. the problems are denying humanity throughout the world. we need fertilizer to grow crops, farmers to have sustainable farms that can keep going, and it's just a massive problem globally. >> laura: i just learned we should be celebrating tonight because nancy pelosi just made a huge announcement. watch this. >> we save the planet, we save the planet, record $360 billion. tto generate cleaner air, cleanr water, security. >> laura: she does the we are to gesticulations that doesn't match the word. what's going on here? >> mission accomplished. look, i think this california
bill goes a little bit too far in taking ashes to ashes and dust to dust literally as a matter of government policy. i have to assume it was supported by the union of california serial killers for climate change prevention or something along those lines. look, we do see i think right in front of our eyes something amazing happening which is that the left is being more honest than ever about the radical nature of their views on abortion policy and the media complex is rushing to defend them to spend on their behalf. frankly, big tech is going along with this. you have twitter slapping fact-check confirmation from nbc onto stacey abrams statement. for any of us who's gonna to a hospital room and we have heard the expression from the nurse saying would you like to hear your fetuses cardiac event?
this is not something anyone's ever heard and it's because we all know this is a baby and this is a heartbeat. but the left has to deny that and where further than the policies. >> laura: they are so radical it becomes a caricature of itself among mollie. i want to switch gears because over at cnn today, jake tapper spoke to french president and listen to the disdain that they both have for one particular growing political movement. >> this trend of nationalism, populism, racism that we are seeing all over the world gaining power. how worried are you about this? >> we have a big crisis of democracy. open societies, operative democracies put pressure on people. it could destabilize them. >> laura: destabilize.
mollie, democracies working just fine. he thinks there's a crisis because the elites are losing. notice how he conflates racism and populism, tapper too in the question. because everybody in sweden is a racist. >> what tapper is doing is recognizing conservative populism is helping out the republican party making it a very powerful political movement is multiracial working-class with ideas that are very popular and able to deal with some of the major problems that are going on in the country right now. it jake tapper doesn't like that because he's a liberal democrat and so he tries to tolerate as being threatening and racist. but all this is an attempt by people in power in our regime to keep the conservative populism which is probably going to do pretty well in a couple months from being powerful and it sh shows. >> laura: he scared, right? he's worried because he sees what's happening in italy,
sweden, the u.k. is now going to be fracking. if people want solutions and the elite want to keep their power. >> i thought we were supposed to get a new cnn. going to the french president to criticize america is classic c cnn. >> laura: [laughs] touche. touche. all right, mollie, ben, great to see you both. up next, we have a very big announcement. announcement. stayre. ♪ ♪ h rybelsus®. son tc: mom's a1c is down with rybelsus®. song: a1c down with rybelsus® anncr vo: in a clinical study, once-daily rybelsus® significantly lowered a1c better than the leading branded pill. anncr vo: rybelsus® isn't for people with type 1 diabetes. anncr vo: don't take rybelsus® if you or your family ever had medullary thyroid cancer, or have multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2, or if allergic to it. anncr vo: stop rybelsus® and get medical help right away if you get a lump or swelling in your neck, severe stomach pain, or an allergic reaction.
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we, yeah, and he's trying to get bar after this and i don't know if he's going to try and make it. tommy, he's not only a great executive producer, he's a great friend and a good day that firth was born. they told me you didn't come in that's it for us today, greg gutfeld takes it from here. [applause] [music] >> all right, yes. happy thursday, america. tonight's monologue, crime and punishment. i just came up with that title. it would be a good one for a book, huh? first, let's address fbi agent steve friend who