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weekend. >> dana is on "redeye". >> bob: you know all showed up here to see you. they did. have a great weekend. bye! welcome to "red eye." it is like that's incredible if you mean bumpy and contagious. now to andy levy for a pre game report. andy, what is coming up on tonight a show? >> former british prime minister margaret thatcher passes away leaving behind a huge legacy in britain and odd confusion on twitter. and what was russian president vladimir few -- putin's reaction to protesters? and what does snoop dogg think of rappers? i got nothing else to say to you, man. >> i'm glad. >> i'm glad you're glad. >> nothing about my shirt?
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>> no, i'm -- i was raised to believe if you can't say nothing nice, say nothing. >> go away, jerk. let's welcome our guest. she is so british she named her kids fish and chips. i am here with -- immogeth lloyd webber. if fierce commentary was a box of crayons he would come in 24 different colors. it is gavin mcguinness. and in peru he is considered a back scrubber, bill schulz. and she is so sharp she can't travel by hot air balloon. next to me, fox news national security analyst, kt mcfarland. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. and now back to america's least favorite host. >> thank you. the star of "moon struck" had run out of luck or so some people on twitter thought when margaret thatcher died. an anti-thatcher website
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started the hash tag, now thatcher's dead, and instead some really dumb people read it as "now that cher is dead. rip, cher, just saw the hash tag. never was a fan myself, but you have to respect her influence. now that cher is dead. rip, cher. at least now we will find out about life after love now that cher is dead. thatcher's death was not all about cher. the associated press obituary of thatcher show a distinct difference in style. for example, critics thought she was, quote, a heart less tyrant who ushered in an era of greed that i can cked the weak out on the streets, end quote. and then refers to chavez as a populous who grew saided against u.s. influence and had
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broad support particularly among the poor, end quote. meanwhile, young brits expressed their hatred for thatcher the only way they know how, by throwing parties, street parties, and rejoicing in her death with as you can tell lots of clever signs and some bull horns and a lot of mulling about . a lot of mulling about in hats. a lot of stupid hats because they are stupid people. kt, you knew lady thatcher. she was a hell of a woman. >> she was a formidable woman. what people forget is not only did she achieve all of the things she did, turned the britain economy down, but she did it at a time when women weren't really expected to do that. if you graduated from college, she graduated from oxford, and most women got secretary -- secretary jobs. >> from oxford?
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>> indeed. one of the reasons she majored in chemistry because if you graduated with science you could be guaranteed a professional position. >> was she a -- she was a chemist. she helped invent soft serve ice cream. she figured out a chemical process that put air into ice cream so you could actually save money and hence you have soft serve cones. you can thank her for that aside from the revitalized economy and -- >> winning the cold war. >> you served her drinks. >> i did. >> at the end of the day, you see all of this going on, but she did win three general elections. she never lost a general election. obviously a polarizing force. it is a sad day for britain. and she will have the most impressive funeral of a prime minister i- >> she will have the most
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impressive funeral and she will go down in history as the most impress i peacetime leader. >> i would imagine you would be. >> she can't -- yes, of course, there is controversy. especially in south africa. she was not on board with sanctions. she had a very controversial kengs. >> i don't say you should be ashamed of those people. every young kid hated her but they never red about her. is it shocking to you that a lot of people were out there on the streets rejoicing. >> i'm from britain. all i here is victory towards her. every time i go home and we're sitting in a giant mansion where their fathers were newspaper men and fruit stand guys and there
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is this thriving middle class and they drink wine and bitch about thatcher. you know how you go to china and see statues? i just came up with this. i think that the brits don't see their innate disgusting resta restarted classism as a terrible thing. she was a working class girl. she said anyone can make it and she changed that. . . that was so fundamentally british. they don't like freedom. >> we talk about how much i can't stand andrew sul van. his piece of thatcher nails this. he talks about resentment of
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success and the left wing hostility. they don't like seeing somebody do great. when you point out that she didn't just free the u.s.s.r., she freed england. but she is still an awful person. >> i am known as one of thatcherer's children. i grew up in the 1980s and i knew i could achieve anything. i could be anything. women in america, girls in america have not had that. >> she did not inherit it. she did not have a pourer ffl husband of family. >> i don't like she was the first woman to do that. britain is a country why wr you are a fancy party and they say hello, i am the man running
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that. i would like to introduce the vice president of that affair. and they would be stunned this guy is up there. to americans and especially canadians we don't understand that. but you're actually funny. >> britain defineser th their w self worth by accepts. >> that's why infomercials work. i need to know. >> this guy obviously quizzed him. he's a murderer. >> he is ill literal.
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>> a perfect example of that. he walked around like this. i'm a murderer. >> no you're not. >> of course you are. are you free for dinner. >> do you have any good stories about hanging out with margaret thatcher? >> there was one great time. there were about 12 people around the table. and great household names and every one of them got up to give her a great long toast. she was sitting across and he fell asleep first. he was dozing off and started snoring. they were all giving fantastic
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testimonies to what an incredible leader she had been and none of them knew what to do because she was snoring. people thought don't wake her up. she adjusted her head, snapped forward and stood up and said you have all said wonderful things about must but i must tell you i could not have achieved that without a few good men. without you i would not have won. without you i would have had to get part of europe and we would have given up our southernty. she finished, she sat down and nen went back to sleep. >> i would like to see cher do that. >> she is still alive. you should know this. >> yeah. know, that's why i was a little down.
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i guess it had already fallen after. >> unless you have the right people teaching history, nobody is going to remember the greatness. and you have kids who don't know who she is. >> ask kids what the difference between england and great bre tan is. >> don't ask me that. >> i think that is the last time that a british prescribe is such dploebl news when they die. >> who is the guy now? >> the gq boys. >> don't you know? >> the best part about this entire segment are those types. >> i want to rule that.
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>> i would not. >> all right. from the iron lady to the naked lady. last week naked feminists staged protests against europe and across europe. this is the favorite story. they ripped off their clothes outside of mosques in support of a pom woman who angered extremists after posting slogans on her body. some groups say she should be stoned and now she is in hiding. it's hour right and body. our boobs will be stronger than their stones.
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>> greeted the president. >> they are like beautiful cockroaches. why are you tackling thm? he actually does a thumbs up. it is too quick to see that. i did not see if they were blonds, brunettes or chestnut hair. is this a way to tackle it sth. >> yes. i think the best way to expose
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any kind of culture is to see how they tolerate ridicule. catholics do not enjoy it but they tolerate it. in defense of islam, i think a lot of people take this as a given and it happens. i have tried this at moment. you get really big and then you fall asleep. sit a different kind. >> and wait for this. try it. >> they are actual rocks. >> they are not pot. >> boy are your eyes red. >> is there ever a time that a woman can challenge islam and
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not go into hiding. >> they demonstrate knit europe where they can do that thing. >> yeah, that is true. >> pew tin seemed delighted by his protest. >> that's how you deal with that protest. enjoy it and become a creepy old man. the pew tin never wins. >> he is loving it. that is how yo deal with protest. that is how you deal with it. the girls with that. you do think that feminists are right and how sexist it is? >> yes. i would not take my clothes off
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to do it. >> he has the fame on being topless themselves. >> they are there. all right. >> they air brush out his. >> people actually protest to have you stoned. thank you. >> which version? >> the bad ones. >> do you think these protesters will actually make progress? >> i wanded to confirm that these stories actually happened. i can confirm that they were naked. >> i love these women. they make occupy wall street look like fools. they are great protesters this is how you do it. >> there is such a huge variety
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of bobs. we like flap jacks and perkies. we like john existent ones. this sheer spectrum of bobs demystify the whole myth. we have heard them all. >> everyone is nodding in agreement. >> the only ones we don't like are fake ones. >> i'm with you. my dad could get the same pair. i would like to hear your dad with fake breasts. these are double ds by the way. these are stronger than stones. >> on that note what's a fun
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outdoor activity for spring? i throw water balloons. first, what is this blurred sweb site. ? i bet it's a story about a blurred website.
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>> north korea is reportedly conducting a flight test. anyway. an intel sources say they conduct another underground nuke test in the co-ing days. is america concerned about
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getting burned. bomb shelter sales have not gone up. north korea state television has released more video. >> i'm scared. so we sit around i'm scared. do we sit here and make fun of the whole thing. but we never make fun of iran. is this at our own peaer peril make these jokes? it is like daylights savings
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time. cherry blossoms. they're running out of food. so they do this. the world comes running and says no war what can we do to stop this. we give them what we want. >> the problem this year is they have nukes. >> he can't play with matches but he can play with missiles. >> is it serious enough to get get a bomb shelter. >> the scary thing would be if the government collapses. i have red it would take him 55 days at least.
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>> what do you make of this? is this going to be inevitable disaster? >> no one thinks that do they? if north korea launched an attack, we would be on it. it's like a short korean dude yelling about protecting your neck. and i'm going to break you. i would love her very much. that's scary news. someone is being niz and apologizing. >> get away from those guys.
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>> like a briooklyn gang named the momma's boys. >> i don't worry about north korea nuking san francisco. . i do worry about somehow transfer the technology. then all the countries around north korea they have to say we need our own. then you could see various countries have nuclear weapons. if iran gets them then egypt will want them. >> why can't i have one? what will happen? >> remember i got you a pony? >> yes. >> what did you do? >> i hate it. i ate it. i was hung dpree. hungry. >> you are not getting nuclear weapons. bill, do you have anything to say before we go to a tease?
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>> yes, everybody doesn't take kim jong baby huey seriously. i do. look at this. what we have here, that is their defense minister in south korea. what do they got? they got trained dogs destroying a scare crow made from an 8 by 10 they used on a printer. what have we learned here? they have trained dogs and a printer. think about it. i am thought messing with them. >> is that a wake up call? >> that is a wake up call. they can make tons of copies. >> that is a black and white printer and a scare crow. use your brain. >> they will have to feed the dogs printouts of food. >> they can't feed them a pony. i ate mine. >> i want to care about all of these other countries, but reminded of your boss, kissinger, and he said can't they both lose? >> the one war you want to go on forever and nobody wins.
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>> on that note, do you have a comment on the show? e-mail us and we will read it. i promise. i am lying. red eye at fox and do you have a video of your animal doing something, not too disgusting? bill just gets excited. fox eye. click on submit a video. still to come, the half time report from andy levy. why can't he nuke himself? >> tonight's half time report is sponsored by rugby. the team sport where teams run with an oval ball and pass it hand to hand and then kick it. thanks, rugby. ÷÷
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let's go to tv's andy levy. hi, andy. >> why are you shouting? >> am i? >> no, i think my volume is too loud. much better now. i can't hear you at all. all right, margaret thatcher, you said before that thatcher, even women who graduated from oxford had to become secretaries and she went against all that and changed all that. so strike one against her, right? >> you mean women should be pregnant and barefoot? >> i don't care if they wear shoes. >> you are awful. i condemn you. >> this is why you will never get married, andy. >> on the list of reasons why i will never get married you think that even cracks the top hundred? >> you are right.
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>> this is just a guy who knows and doesn't care anymore. immogen you said you were ashamed of the people out on the street celebrating thatcher's death. there is a difference between that and something like the associated press' obituary which is not a hate gee jog graw fee -- geography, but it shouldn't be. >> the reaction as you saw in britain today was so polarized , on some levels i can understand the ap piece. i don't think i hated as much as you did. at the end of the day she did win three general elections. she never lost a general election. yes there is stuff going on, but a lot of people did love her. >> i agree. >> kevin williamson wrote a great piece. he said, quote, as the insincere tributes rolled in, remember they hated margaret thatcher, hated her, hated everything she stood for so i don't want to hear tributes on
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the left side of the political aisle. i agree with him. i don't think you should be celebrating her death, but don't pretend you loved her if you hated her. >> that's a fair point, andy. >> is she not a person in history? and david cameron is a big president obama supporter and he is a conservative, the current pram minister of the uk. -- prime minister of the uk. i am considered a conservative in the uk, but it makes mooy a liberal in the us -- makes me a liberal in the u.s. we have different systems. >> it is like driving on the wrong side of the road. >> something like that. >> it is exactly the same thing. >> gavin, you think the brits don't like freedom and we saw that. there were tweets saying she took away my milk. thought that was interesting. you can maybe help me with this. all of the punk bands that came about in no small part because of the ride of thatcherrism and opposed
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thatcherrism talked about freedom and how much they loved freedom. >> dude, it drives me insane. i got an e-mail from a guy today talking about pissing on her grave. there was that song. ♪ no margaret thatcher ♪ no government if she heard that she would say, yes, i agree. she was less government than any other prime minister. she was the most an,ist -- anarchist they have had and her attitude of laughing at people who made fun of her. she was punk rock. >> there is nothing more amusing than an anarchist who complains about taking care of their social services. >> i think the young punks in britain, the 70s and 80s, they were stuck in this view of the union man from their dad's generation. i'm sure the union was helpful back in the world war i era. thatcher was dealing with the
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80s when the unions were bloated and they were trying to help the working man. the union was bad for the working man in the 80s. >> don't tell billy brag that. >> he is lost and his jeans look terrible. he has mom jeans. >> pretty much. >> and the reason why he has so much money is because of thatcher. >> british middle class hates her and they sit there hating them with the money she made them. >> i am not going to argue with it. putin digs topless protesters. his response blunts what femin femin -- i don't know how to say it. can you imagine if an american politician did that? >> probably roll out political correct stuff here. how are we going to europe anyway. >> it was perfect. you don't get russia under
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your belt. britain is just as bad as berkeley and new york city. come on. >> you can't have putin. >> is that a nearby land mass? >> margaret thatcher was "the iron lady" because of the name the russians gave her. >> it is a balls out attitude. >> i would rather have politically correctness than putin. let's remember what they were protesting. he jailed a bunch of girls. >> the russian protest was over the band whose name i probably can't say. >> cat riot. >> bleep it, madam. >> it is my first bleep. >> you tried to get stoned and yet you couldn't do it. in fact, you are right. there are no verifiable death
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from overdosing. >> i say that to heroin addicts. instead of doing something so dangerous, smoke a blunt. it is the exact same buzz and then you just drift off after going that is the most interesting car commercial i have ever -- >> you parentally -- you apparently would have to smoke 800 joints in 10 minutes to overdose. >> not possible. >> no, but you would end up throwing yourself out the window because of the paranoia. >> you would. >> yes. just thinking about it gives me the shakes. >> i don't like it. take a pill and you will be fine. >> pot has become too strong. a lot of people in the pot community are crying out the technology has become too good. >> that's a problem. that's why legalization is important. you could get the strength you want. >> we needless strength. >> that's what i'm saying. >> greg you want it to be properly labeled. i want all drugs properly labeled.
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you don't want to see what happened to me last weekend. >> there is nothing worse. >> turn on the light in the bathroom when you are grabbing your pill. that's what i'm saying. >> you kids out there. >> north korea, kt you said this wasn't a joke and it is serious. with that said we are still going to make fun of kim jong-un. you can still understand there is a seriousness there. >> it is crazy but at the end of the day what is going to happen, everybody will make the speeches better and north korea got nukes. he may be crazy, but crazy like a fox. >> you said if they collapsed and they don't actually have nuclear weapons, do they? >> they didn't have the warheads, but they have the
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technology. >> they tested three nuclear explosions. what you need for a nuclear weapon is enriched you -- uranium and you need a bomb and then you need the missal to deliver it. that's what they tested missals and they tested bombs, but they haven't put the two together yet. but it is a matter of time. they are a good observation on your part. >> once in awhile. >> i kind of agree with you they have to know if they did launch an attack they would be annihilated or close to it. i guess the only problem is you are assuming they are a rational actor. >> surely there is one person who runs the numbers. even if china attacked us tomorrow it would be embarrassing for them and they would be obliterated. doesn't everyone know that? >> china knows that, yes. but the question is is this guy that crazy that he doesn't know or care. the guy worships dennis rodman. >> well dennis rodman knows
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more about him than anybody. jay that's the freaky -- >> that's the freaky part. he has state secrets he should be divulging. and he is on "the uh -- the apprentice." >> like he could remember. >> i am done. >> that you are, andy. go away to wherever you go for the remaining 20 or 25 minutes of this show. i don't want to know what he does, frankly. whatever it is, it is disgusting. coming up, i don't want to close my eyes. i don't want to fall asleep because i'd miss you, baby, and i don't want to miss a thing. just something bill hemer scrawled on my car in lipstick. i need a restraining order. first what does snoop think about gays and rap? i guess i will ask him when i get home.
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>> does working with me mean being discreet? snoop lion said don't hold your breath. it was asked if frank coming out would pave the way for others to which snoop said it's acceptable in the world but in the rap world, i don't know if it will ever will. rap is so masculine. you can't be in a rook r locker room and then say dude, i like you. you know that's going to be tough. you always have to clarify i don't have a problem with gay people i have gay homeys. >> lightning round.
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>> snoop dog or snoop lion or anybody have a point snr. >> totally valid. the fact that this is news shows how sensitive we have become about gay's feelings. he said a totally rational thing. you could argue that he was saying that rap is homophobic. it tends not to fly in this genre. you can't say that gays are not popular in this field. how did we get here snr. >> he is saying is that hib hp is prehistoric. no one is saying that she can't do it or it would be banned. >> you are the rap experten the panel.
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>> talk about somebody named snoopy dog? i hang around and don't know who he is. >> you don't know who he is? >> he is the guy with the big ears? i don't know. >> you did not wikipedia snoop dog or snoop lion? >> i did and i couldn't believe it. >> i should have thrown in a nuclear physics topics in today. do you think this will make gay rappers more foorful of coming out. >> i think it's going to change.
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it is going to change. it will be the last area that changes. young people, 70% of them believe in same sex marriage. i guess it will reach rap music. >> is it considered home phobic or say there are professions where there are less gays than others? >> is there one gay golfer? a male gay golfer? is there one? >> it is not that they are less gay. they just haven't felt they can come out yet. >> there are no male gay golfers. >> and no gay football player is that what you are say ?g. >> no, they researched it and there are zero gay golfers. >> how dowry search that? >> maybe they didn't find them attractive. >> bill, you have plenty of gay homies are on gomies and how do they feel about snoop's comment? >> not happy.
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why are you speaking as if you are not part of the group. snoop lion is the gayest rap name in the history of rap. snoop lion, you don't think, oh i'm scared of that. >> rar, i like to snoop, i like to gossip. hi, snoop lion and you are -- >> you are intolerable. you should go under a car. what was that? we have to take a break. when we come back we will talk about something, something to death. oh look at that. what could that be? that's a book cod -- called" the joy of hate." look at that face. go to and order it. you should order it if y
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i-e. >> last topic. refusing to let studentso organize a knights of columbus chapter. it is actually a catholic
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university. it is a challenge that cannot be reconciled at this time. does life make sense to you. >> that's two questions at once. can i do the first part? >> do the first part. >> i think the worst thing they can do is cater to the inkol rens. try to be inclusive and that will be the death of them. i think mexico is biggest threat. i feel a lot of pressure within the community to count down to all of this stuff. that's not what he was going for. cardinal said the business is
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not in touch with being in touch. >> the worst thing that ever happened was introducing acue stick guitar. when people started coming in? i was an alter boy and it was disgusting. >> they are men only. >> that's true, too. >> what do you make of it? >> is there a gay issue? >> it never comes up. >> it just seems a bit ridiculous. catholic group. a catholic camper. if you're going go catholic. >> exactly. >> you said catholic a lot.
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o. >> that's true. and the whole state of washington for that matter. why do they hate you so much? >> because i am a member? i don't know if we can get a shot of this. you basically get a card like this and a free lighter. and you're like hey. i respect that. anyway. we only have it to look like lesbians. and now i have got that. >> we're not making fun of the night. >> i'm getting mad. i am literally. >> are you really? >> i am. >> we're going to close things out. >> and we're going to speak about this. to see frequent
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>> the post game wrap-up. what's your favorite margaret thatcher. >> if you want something said, ask a man. if you want something done, ask a woman. >> i don't win either way. >> margaret thatcher wants you to do something with two dresses. >> she said always take two dresses to an interview and i said why? she said your first dress might clash. andy do you have another tie? >> i don't. it matches the background perfectly. >> that's why she was prime minister and you're still here. >> we have


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