we're not asking you to join the club. we're asking you to learn from it. that's it. mitt romney. the game -- >> he is going to beat you like a drum in november. don't take it personally. you seem like a nice guy. you're going down, bro. >> bob: my man! charles barker, telling like it is about november. i'm bob beckel with kimberly guilfoyle, eric bolling, dana perino, well, if you can believe it, the bow tied greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> bob: the greatest economic president since roosevelt opened his campaign in front of rapturous crowds. at the same time, the campaign
released new comer initial nine battleground state to announce the amazing record of economic achievement and foreign policy success there. our auto industry is back, firing on all cylinders. our greatest menny brought to justice by our greatest hero. our troops are home from iraq. instead of losing jobs, we creating them. over 4.2 million so far. >> bob: meanwhile, the campaign of the pretenders to the throne romney almost releass most video. silence, where he has been on moth issues. >> i'm not seeing sunshine in here. >> transportation warehouse is where we lost the jobs. >> terrible number. >> job creation numbers fall for the third straight month. >> it's not how we're doing today. it's how we will be doing tomorrow. >> bob: now i dedicate that opening to my brother eric bolling, because that is what i'm subjected to every day. eric, misleading facts and innuendos.
something you're familiar with. what do you think? >> eric: the misleading innuendo was the intro, saying opening to rapturous crowds, which we'll talk about later. and the facts. first thing out of that, obama campaign ad was we created 4 4.2 million jobs. no. half a million more americans are unemployed now than when obama took office. it's higher. you can't say you created 4 4.2 million american jobs when million americans are not working. >> bob: a number of workers retire. >> eric: that is a boldface lie. of course people retire but they come in the workforce, too. fewer americans working now than when he took over. any way you slice it doesn't mean you created 4.2 million jobs >> bob: there are 4 4.2 million more people working. >> eric: how about the 100% increase in gas prices? or the 100% increase in food
stamps usage, dollar amounts under barack obama? in three years he increased food stamp usage by more than 100%. >> bob: he increased them? by himself? >> eric: yes. >> bob: fine. dana, what do you think? >> dana: i think if you want to turn off more independent voters and women run the charles barkley talk every night. that's that talk -- i think the ad is good. it's the first positive thing they have said. as eric pointed out, the facts will be the facts. romney win wins in the end. even president obama's own people cannot defend the 500,000 people stopped looking for work. those aren't all people that are retired. it insults the intelligence of the average voter who says wait, that can't be true. they have serve themselves better taking on the tough issues saying how they will tackle them going forward. i don't know why they want a second term.
they don't talk about it. they don't talk about solving big problems. they just want to win to win. >> bob: romney has to say what he will do about it. >> dana: fine. but we're talking about president obama. romney has put out plans. you might disagree but it's not he hasn't done anything. rapturous crowds, it's interesting that the "new york times" reporter described it as watching an aging rock star at some event. if you're going in your second term re-election, your first campaign event, hard to swallow, the white house reporters, give me a break. official event. aging rock star, that is not what you were going for. >> bob: bruce springsteen is aging rock star. >> kimberly: but he doesn't have bad job numbers. >> eric: what do you say? >> greg: charles barkley, a guy who never won an n.b.a. championship. who is the real loser here? most of his dribbling is done now behind a wheel of a car. he has been pulled over for drunk driving. so shut up, bald guy. >> kimberly: my gosh.
>> eric: a very big bald guy. >> greg: he'll never find me. i can hide under anything. when i see him coming, i will run. here is the thing, obama has to look at this in a different way. look at america. he is the boyfriend that wants, that wants to get back in with his ex. for the past four years he has been bad. he needs to prove to them that the next four years will be better. i have a list of excuses or platitudes i've used. if you want we can take it slow, i want you to be happy. that works. i've done a lot of thinking and you're right about everything. >> kimberly: that is very helpful. >> greg: another. i've been such a fool. how could i have treated you so badly? >> kimberly: true. >> bob: how many are those? >> greg: two more. i swear i changed. this is the new obama. i even quit smoking. lastly, i took you for granted, america. remember when i said you weren't exceptional?
i was wrong. >> bob: did the first three work for you with women? >> greg: all worked for three or four works until they figure out you're a jerk still and kick you out again. >> kimberly: e-mail those to bob. >> bob: barack obam mitt romneyn economic plan. if you add it together, it doesn't have courage, but the debt would be $3.5 trillion more dollars than obama would. how do you deal with it? >> kimberly: he has to deal with the present situation which is markedly worse than when obama came in office. >> bob: how can you say that? >> kimberly: if you look at job numbers or people now not going to the workforce to seek employment. if you look that 83% of american in the latest fox news poll believe we're still in a recession. he is facing an uphill battle. semily a crisis of confidence. >> bob: i agree with that. but can you really say things are not better off than four years ago?
>> kimberly: they're not. >> eric: they're not. give me one metric that is -- >> bob: manufacturing. >> eric: it's not better than four years ago. bob it was. >> eric: it's better than when he took over, but it's not better -- better than his first year. absolutely. things are starting to turn around. there is no recession in the history of the planet that lasts more than three years. >> bob: what was the date today four years ago? >> eric: 2008, may 7. >> bob: go back -- >> greg: that is the strangest question ever. >> bob: look at the numbers for may 7, 2008. >> eric: you can't say this, though, bob. the snapshot in january when he took over in office, give me something that is better. >> bob: manufacturing, kids with insurance and women with equal pay. >> eric: the redistribution are better. >> kimberly: if you want to run for president of france.
>> bob: tell you about the polls that are out. nationwide, -- pardon me? >> kimberly: two minutes, bob. >> bob: nationwide, mitt romney leads by 48/47. the second poll, romney also is leading. excuse me, among independents, 38-48/38, which is good for romney. the battleground states, this is the one that decide the election. obama is ahead. there are things i found that were concerning if i were romney. 17-point likability gap between obama and romney. no person with less likability in polling won since 1980. how did you overcome be likable guy? >> eric: he is a likable guy. fantastically likable year. three-and-a-half years, the likability ain't putting food on the table for mid-america.
>> bob: why is it because he's not high on electability? >> dana: the republican primary had a lot to do with it. in a lot of ways what i'd worry about if i was the obama team he has nowhere to go but up. people don't necessarily want a likable president. they want a competent president. >> greg: the reason obama is likable and romney is not likable, that is how the media viewed the candidates. they see romney is the dad they didn't get along with. this is a superficial company and elections are like high school. obama is marty mcfly. and nobody can get out of that idea. boston one other question. obama has a clear lead of ten points in battleground state and leadership, very important. seven points orve romney in
battleground states. >> kimberly: that is the best number for barack obama, out of all the polling you discussed. the other polls that you mentioned in terms of the battleground state are within the plus or minus -- bo -- >> bob: these are battleground. >> kimberly: but where romney is ahead of -- >> bob: those are marginal. >> kimberly: to me, that is a wash. to me this is significant. >> bob: leadership is. likability -- >> kimberly: the more romney gets out there now, he will be able to do it. >> eric: 50% of americans don't pay federal income tax. 46 million people are getting food stamps you like the guy getting you free food stamp. >> kimberly: handout. >> eric: right. the hand-outees like the current president. they don't want to change it. why would they change it. >> bob: 47% of american -- >> eric: that's not true. 47% of households don't pay tax. >> bob: i gave bush credit cutting taxes on people making low amount of money. go look at it. >> dana: why don't --
president obama himself said the worst thing you can do is raise taxes in the economic growth is slow. everything he is talking about would raise taxes. why not keep the bush tax cuts? >> bob: it doesn't bring enough revenue. but the question is should we think about being bold? that would make sense. >> kimberly: we can agree on that. >> bob: we can. coming up next, c.i.a. thwart an al-qaeda plot to bomb a u.s. airlineer. right back with details. [ male announcer ] imagine facing the day with less chronic osteoarthritis pain. imagine living your life with less chronic low back pain. imagine you, with less pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day,
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>> greg: welcome back. the prosecution of the man accused of helping plan the 9/11 attack has started. the defendants are already mocking the hell out of us. neiling in prayer, ignoring the judge, in translation, turning a two-hour hearing to 13 hours. the best part, the civilian attorney for one of the creeps, showed up in complete islamic garb. only her face was uncovered. she demanded the ow demanded thn in court do the same thing so defendants don't have to avert their eye for fear of
offending their faith. her is sheryl. >> if because of their religious belief, they can't focus on the way someone is dressed in a particular way, i feel i should point that out and ask for some consideration from the prosecution. >> greg: amazing. so the tools are charged with killing 3,000 people and they're mad about a skirt. even in our courts you must bend to their. will i bet if eric holder was here he would offer everybody free hijjab. look at hillary clinton who said president obama sent a clear message of respect and appreciation religions and islam. yea. i don't care if the good people think we're anti-islam. all i care is they don't attack us. lastly, you see why panel bam's new bffs are drones -- obama's new bffs are drones.
to me trying islamist for terrorist is trying a rabid dog for spreading rabies. the dog won't understand or care so take it out back and shoot it. we got breaking news. c.i.a. thwarted a plot by an al-qaeda affiliate in yemen. they were planning to destroy u.s. bound airline with new and improved underwear bomb with a refined detonation system. i have no idea -- >> greg: tell us what you think it is. >> greg: i don't know. this goes to show you they are constantly planning. these i goes are so patient, they will spend ten years on a pair overjumped wear, on explosive underwear if they could. >> dana: i thought al-qaeda was decimateed? but here they are. it's complacency. not saying anyone in the current administration is complacent, but complacency is our worst enemy. c.i.a. should be applauded for this. we need to do reverse
psychological operation. we need a video that goes viral. fake upgraded underwear bomb gone wrong, where your you know what gets blown off and there is no virgins at the end of this. all over the world and if people were watching this, there wouldn't be any more -- >> eric: there are versions. >> dana: right. collaborate on this video. >> kimberly: i like it. >> bob: i think this is a good progress. it is decimating. it is in the sense become smaller. you know, the interesting thing about this. this trial, the prosecutor stood up and said, one of the big issues is defense wants to bring in torture issue, waterboard. prosecutor for the united states government said, "we do not need any of that evidence from torture, because we have enough without it to prosecute the people." we didn't need to torture anybody. >> eric: with the exception of had we not tortured -- had
we not interrogated ksm with waterboarding, we wouldn't have had to -- >> bob: they, the issue is they could prosecute without any of that, right? >> eric: they could prosecute but we wouldn't have bin laden. >> bob: how do you know that? >> eric: the information gleaned -- i know you hate that word. information obtained from the carrier led to bin laden. >> bob: that is great dispute. the f.b.i. disputes it. >> eric: does leon panetta dispute it in >> bob: yes, he does. >> kimberly: he's on tape. >> dana: he does not dispute it. many others support that. rodriguez who wrote that book last week. >> greg: kimberly, you are a lawyer. can't this be shortened? should at no time tribunals or whatever the courts are, be a day? >> kimberly: everybody is disgusted with what is going on over there, it seems as if
they're having their way. they make a mockery of the system. if they were in federal court, they'd get shut down on this? they are taking off his shirt in agy mad boflex moment. put your shirt back on. the theatrics, disruptive and disrespectful. >> dana: attorney general eric holder got pushed back, thankfully. they wanted to have the trials in the middle of new york city. the best possible place if you are going to are to have them. >> kimberly: shut down the nonsense. show some respect for process. the judge is bending over backwards in ways that he does not need to. that is what the problem is. >> bob: you may not remember the chicago 7 trial. if you have a high profile case like this, there are thee rat olympics throughout. chicago 7 took over a year. this will take at least a year before it's over. expect more of this. does it make it right? no. but it's the right to do it. >> eric: don't forget that
khalid sheikh mohammed admitted to be the mastermind and admitted to beheading daniel pearl, the "wall street journal" reporter. at this point if he wants a jihad boflex moment shut the trial down. summarily judge him. >> bob: what about the sentencing? >> dana: he admitted it and then asked for a lawyer and pled not guilty. >> kimberly: he is entitled to his trial. if they disrupt the proceeding, it's simple. the judge is within his authority to say bucket you. it's in the bag. you don't have a right to sit there in the courtroom. >> dana: he should have done that. if you don't, every day will be like that. >> kimberly: yeah. >> bob: you can admit to the crime and still have a trial? >> kimberly: yes, it happens all the time. >> bob: i should revisit my conviction. >> greg: a little late. what about the clothing issue? does she have a point? >> kimberly: no. >> greg: if they can't function properly, everybody -- >> kimberly: that is the concern. she wents everybody else and
women to cover themselves? where is that written, the lawyer has obligation to do that. >> greg: the bigger message is their beliefs supersede everything else. >> dana: superior. >> greg: yes. >> eric: everything i heard so far and i haven't seen the trial. i hear that the defense attorneys are arguing not that they were innocent of the charges but the treatment post caught is so bad that it deserves some break. >> kimberly: you are right, which is irrelevant whether or not they're guilty of crime as charged. what about the side show that is collateral that isn't relevant. >> bob: news colony outside the trail. to see how that would do it. sorry. >> greg: nudist colony. that's interesting. all right. coming up, who is more polarizing the far right or far left? we'll debate that. if you leave now, dana will
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libertys. i don't see much of a distinction beyond that. >> eric: and in typical obama administration style, the white house out monday clarifying joe's comments from sunday. take a listen. >> the vice president supports and made clear he supports. the president's policies. when it comes to protecting the rights of lgbt citizens. he has his own personal views about the issue. the president as do most people. >> eric: because i like to keep track of these things, call me the obama night watchman, i have to call you out on this, mr. president. i seem to recall defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman. right? >> define marriage. >> i believe that marriage is the union between a man and a woman. now for me as a christian -- [ applause ] for me as a christian it's also a sacred union. god is in the mix. >> eric: which is it, sir?
obama three years ago or obama today? why not just come out and tell the american voters where you stand? kimberly, what is this all about? >> kimberly: this is -- i'll use another phrase involving cake. trying to have it both ways. they are able to say marriage is between a man and woman and biden supports what president obama's stance is. but nevertheless it puts out an olive branch, telegraphing, okay, we'll take care of you in the second term. smart political move. it's what joe biden really feels and thinks and i think it's what president obama would like to say but can't. >> eric: or won't. >> kimberly: both. >> eric: guys? >> greg: i always like it when they use the word "evolving." evolution will be completed right after election day. i also like the strategy that they use where have joe say it, so i don't have to. i wonder if he uses that for other things like dealing with bill collectors or problem with the in-laws. >> eric: if they were romney wouldn't they call at it flip-flop? >> dana: certainly.
this is what is interesting. there is almost not a monday goes by where the white house doesn't have to clean up something that happened on the sunday shows. proving my point that nothing good happens on them and everybody should say they have plans and figure out something else to do. i don't think it was planned. the sloppy response from the white house and the scramble, oh, no, no, no. he didn't say anything different and he didn't say anything new. if he didn't say anything new and different, nobody would have written a headline about it as soon as it happened. i was talking to somebody one day and they said i'm just so upset about the romney position on gay marriage. i said are you upset about president obama's position on gay marriage? they said well, no, he is for gay marriage. i'm like really? because this is what they all think, but they don't have to say it until after they get a second term. >> bob: if i could make a couple of points here. typical, the reason i opened the show i did was to give you a taste of your own medicine here. that was not obama's position. you said obama's position was you said he was for or against
gay marriage. then you said because joe biden said, that was joe biden talking number one. number two -- >> eric: no, no. listen to the way it was laid out was this. it was biden making the comments. everybody wanted to know is biden speaking for biden or speaking for the white house? he is speaking for the administration. carney clarified an said what biden said goes along the same line. check this out. along the exact same lines as president obama. which one is it? obama's first version or the -- the -- >> bob: six states do allow gay marriage. i take biden's word. if you talk about the flip-flopping, what has to happen on sunday after a weekend, the romney campaign, romney came out solidly for the right wingers on their, on all marriage is between a man and woman. when he ran for senate against ted kennedy, he said i'm for the left of ted kennedy on gay right issues. ted kennedy is for gay marriage. the flip-flopping is the typical flip-floper, mitt
romney. >> eric: this is not a flip-flop from sunday to monday. i'm talking about flip-flop from 2008 when he said i'm for a marriage between one man and one woman. >> bob: do you think he was for gay marriage? >> eric: i don't know. >> bob: yes, he did. >> dana: everybody has issues with this. the thing is, the question is on the politics of it, president obama really, if it's evolving, then, okay, maybe he is going to have to rethink that. the worry is, this is all politics. this comes down. >> bob: romney isn't about politics? >> dana: i'm not saying it's not. i said it is politics. both candidates are going to have to answer this question. >> eric: where is he? can president obama tell where you say he is, in his own words of may 7, 2012, whether he is for or against it? >> bob: i think he would say he's against that. romney refused to comment on it. >> eric: commander-in-chief, let us know where you are on
gay marriage. we would like to know. update the record. that's all. >> bob: all due respect -- >> eric: before the election. >> bob: could they please answer questions and not say "no comment"? >> eric: we have to leaf it there. coming up, domestic terrorists in cleveland also known of occupiers in court today. we'll tell you what went down, coming up. [ male announcer ] this is genco services --
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was briefed in april, but chair of the senate intelligence committee said she was just briefed on the thwarted attack 30 minutes ago. why the discorrect? how serious is the threat and what does it mean for future attempts? we have the latest. then off to paris, where monumental election shifted economic policy not just there, but potentially here. we break down the anti-austerity votes. plus, this is the president's position on gay marriage and is it evolving? yes, some say, after this weekend. "special report" starts at 6:00 eastern. now back to new york and "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: all right. welcome back to "the five." you might remember last week, occupy wall street had big protest on may 1. the same day, the five we'll call them knuckleheads, in
cleveland, part of cleveland occupy that threatened -- basically were busted by intel infiltration. and presented from blowing up a bridge. today they were in court. look at these guys. beautiful. they were in court, and they pled not guilty. even though one of them had signed a lease, where a lot of the activity was taking place. for $600 a month. a lot of money. >> kimberly: signed a lease where 35 protesters will be staying. they're being held until the next hearing. but they're all looking at life behind bars. so it's considerable, amount of time, if in fact, they're convicted. i don't think they are going to get out soon. it's typical to plead not guilty. they'll go an -- what is that weird look on your face? >> greg: they get out and they will just get tenure at some college the same way bill ayers did. why isn't anybody asking the occupy wall street moven't moved too far to the left?
>> dana: that is the next block. [ laughter ] we will continue to follow it. they're not going to go away. >> greg: julia joined the occupy movement. isn't that great? >> dana: speaking of public defender after she tries to blow up a bridge. the other topic we were going to talk about in this block is the question of polarization is partisanship. this weekend, arnold schwarzenegger, former california governor, wrote an op-ed and talking about the california republican party and whether it was too partisan. we have a full-screen shot of what he said. in the current climate, he said is targeting anyone who doesn't meet criteria. switched to an independent party, saying it's too difficult to get things done
there. what do you think of this? >> eric: don't forget the far right, tea party is considering far right. they got the house back in 2010 because of the far right. schwarzenegger doesn't like it, too far right for him in by the way, not sure he was really a republican. >> dana: republican like. i read something there isn't enough partisanship. he said you must be like sharks that smell blood in the water. you have don't win on defense, you win on offense.
>> bob: he did. far, far, far right. west is a good example of this. he said when ronald reagan was president and president of california, he worked with the state legislature and raised taxes to balance the budget. would ronald reagan feel comfortable with west in i assume they mean the far left. i could say that david duke was nazi when he ran for republican nomination for the senate. does it represent the entire republican party? i didn't think it did. >> the unions locked arms with the occupy movement. >> greg: go to schwarzenegger.
what the quote meant was translation: hollywood please hire me back. i no longer have a political career. my marriage is a shamble. give me job in films. this used to be a great voice for america. unlike characters in movie, he didn't go to sacramento and kick butt. he got run over by the bureaucrats. >> eric: sustained by shark in water. what about debbie waserman schultz? is she different on the west? >> kimberly: that is a military man and how he speaks. villaraigosa had to deal -- reagan had to deal with tip o'neil.
reagan set the leadership. i don't think president obama has done the same. >> bob: give reagan credit for that. he and o'neil raised taxes more than any other single tax increase in history. >> greg: polarization complaints are defined by a cliche. the person accuses people of polarization never wants to move toward them. they only want you to come toward them. >> dana: all right. good way to sum it up. coming up we talk about a woman suing an airline who was told she couldn't fly because she was too fat, see if he is has a case. we'll debate it next. ♪ ♪ i went to a small high school.
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♪ ♪ >> kimberly: i like that song. louisiana woman is suing southwest airlines after she was told she was too fat to fly. she weighed 300 pounds at the time. now she wants theer aline to better define the customers of size policy requiring passengers to buy a second seat if they can't fit between the armrests, which measure 17 inches across. >> bob: why are you whispering? >> dana: this is a sensitive subject. >> kimberly: yeah, delicate
matter, bob. we'll begin with you. what does do you think of this? >> bob: not a delicate matter for me. 17-3/4 inch. this is a legitimate case for people who like dana size, for example, 400-pound person sitting there, a little uncomfort. but uniform policy. instead of confronting her, i don't know how they -- >> eric: put her on a scale? >> kimberly: they asked her, does she want to have it done ahead of time? that is what bob is saying. she blogs about this on the website alltheweigh.com. she said she was humiliated in front of other passengers. she is like excuse me, how much do you weigh? what size do you wear? >> dana: hopefully they were a little more sensitive than that. if you were the gate agent and you had to say something, you
probably, it shouldn't go to the extreme you would write when you buy your ticket, you have to put in your weight. annoying passengers, include people like, check the box here if you chew with your mouth open or if you have halitosis, whatever it might be. >> greg: that was directed at me by the way. >> dana: thank you for noticing. in all the articles we read, nothing about the passengers that are seated next to somebody who may be is spilling out over in the other seat. that person paid for their ticket as well. they should be able to ride in comfort. >> kimberly: right. >> dana: nobody will say it. except for greg. >> greg: no, isn't this just a safety issue in isn't that what we are talking about here? this f somebody is too big to fit in their seat, that is a problem. maybe it's a problem for somebody getting out next to her. they are moving everybody
around. that is what is keeping us on the ground is distribution of weight? that frightens me. >> bob: just increase the size of the seats. >> kimberly: what do they do with the planes? >> eric: the issue is how do you not embarrass someone by weighing them before -- >> dana: but i would have to admit i was 5-feet tall and couldn't fudge it. >> kimberly: what do you put on your license? everybody lies by license. >> dana: i have to change it on my new license because it's not true. >> kimberly: ah-ha. i knew it. >> bob: what if they had a big weighing machine like cattle auction and you had to walk up and do it. >> dana: somebody in security when you go through the machine, check security, that could be a scale. >> eric: what, do they put sticker on you? overweight? >> dana: this is a great idea. somebody should do this.
>> bob: patent it right now. right now. good idea. >> kimberly: i had a flight in d.c. and they're like take this off, take this off, put your hand like this. turn like this. >> eric: how do you determine who is overweight or not? >> dana: then you decide to take your jewelry off. >> kimberly: i got to go. >> bob: she sued for policy. >> kimberly: correct. she didn't want monetary damages. thank you for doing your homework. >> dana: they were smart and refunded her right away. >> kimberly: one more thing is next. ♪
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tie. i love bow tie, but they're hard to tie. so my friend gavin posted a video and he shows you how to tie a bow tie in ten seconds. watch this. >> kimberly: there it is. cool! ♪ >> bob: sure. >> kimberly: that is good. >> greg: did you see how he did that? one more time. watch closely. pretty impressive, huh? >> dana: it was. i can do that. >> greg: yeah, you can. it's called recording it backwards. when you take it off and take it off. >> kimberly: i like it better when he shaved himself on the shet of "red eye." that was a good one. >> greg: wear bow ties, everyone. >> dana: want me to go? this is a sweet story. this weekend representative christie from south dakota is 40 years old and she got her college degree this weekend. when she was 22 years old her
father tragically died in a farming accident and she had to leave school and run the family firm. this wafirm -- family farm. this is her this weekend at graduation. >> we go through challenges getting degree and facing opportunity of life. hopefully my words will give inspiration to step out and be themselves. >> dana: i thought it was great. congratulations to her. >> kimberly: congrats. nice story. >> eric: we saw this picture, show the first picture. everyone said, bob, called it rapturous crowds. then the lefties said you righties can't put that up, that is not accurate description of what is going on. myself and producers looked for video and found video. there is president obama at the same lowcation. look, along the top row it's empty. the original pictures happen to be right. >> bob: go ahead. >> kimberly: teacher appreciation. we want to say thank you to all the teachers out there.
president obama honored a seventh grade english teacher rebecca from california as the 2019 national teacher of the year. shout and job well done. she changed a lot of lives. i love this book from former olympic medalist erin, writing about the way what is more important is the way to win versus just winning, nice message for kids. >> bob: my one last thing, effective today i decided not to complain about the fact that there are a lot of obama stories here that are not good. i am going in eric mode. we talk about pinocchios, they showed how you're not telling the truth. two of the biggest right wing group, americans for prosperity, spent millions of dollars against democrats. they got the first two ads. what they were, pinocchio up here. the biggest number they could