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kasich. thanks for joining us. the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> my son's name joshua wilkerson on november 16th 2010 he was beaten, strangled, tortured, until he died. he was tied up, thrown and set on fire. >> will congress pass kate's law you in the first step happened today in washington as families who lost loved ones to criminal aliens spoke out. >> kate fell and looked at me and said, "help me dad." those were the last words i will ever hear from my e'll continue our reporting this evening. >> the allegation that planned parenthood profits in any way from tissue donation is not true you. >> a new undercover video
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may undercut the president of planned parenthood. we will continue our investigation into selling the body parts of aborted babies. also ahead it has now been 24 days since a vicious hit and run accident happened in st. louis. why hasn't anyone been charged? is it legal on the case. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. anarchy and immigration law. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. at least 110 american cities and counties are currently refusing to obey the federal government when it comes to' enforcing immigration law. 110. that, of course, leads to chaos and chaos leads to violence. this month 32-year-old kate
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steinle murdered in san francisco by a criminal alien who had been deported five times. as you may know, we have called for new legislation called kate's law which would mandate any convicted aggravated felon who comes back to the u.s.a. after being deported, would receive at least five years in a federal penitentiary, no wiggle room. today on capitol hill, the senate judiciary committee held hearings on criminal alien violence. >> my son's name was joshua wilkerson on november 16th 2010 he was beaten, strangled, tortured, until he died. he was tied up, throne in a field and set on fire. his killer, morales was brought here illegally by his illegal parents when he was 10 years old so he fit the dream kid description. >> due to basic incompetence and disjointed laws, the u.s. has suffered a
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self-inflicted wound in the murder of our daughter by the hand of a person that should have never been on the streets of this country. >> and that is the heart of this matter. harshly punishing illegal alien felons. return here after being deported. who could oppose that? well maybe dick durbin, senator from illinois. >> so, the suggestion that we make a mandatory minimum five year sentence for people who have been deported and come back across the border with, let's say with no other criminal -- no criminal history and no other history from the government's point of view, that seems to me to be an invitation for a lot of prosecutions. >> simply disgraceful durbin knows kate's law calls for the incarceration of felons, not chamber maids. he knows that. but attempts to distort kate's law by misdefining it. why? because durbin and others
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like him do not care if convicted felons violate our immigration laws and kill people. that man does not care. but there was some outrage in the senate hearing today. >> there is a reason the american people are upset. if president obama had the courage of his convictions he would come and look in the eyes of these men and women who have lost their sons their daughters, their mothers, their sisters their brothers and the administration would stop releasing murderers and rapists. >> now there comes a time when the american people must demand congress and the president do the right thing. kate's law is the right thing. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight, reaction, joining us from washington tonight kate's father judge and brother brad. what did you think of the hearing overall?
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>> >> i liked what i you heard on some sides and some not. that's just the beginning of this particular legislation. we had meetings early before we met with the committee and on senators on both sides of the aisle. and i have a sneaking suspicion that there is something going to happen. there has to be some definitions between what's a felon and what -- you know, what you need to do to get to be a felon. >> and we had senator grassley, the chair on yesterday, and he said aggravated felon. i think that's the way to go here. but did you hear anyone say anything to you among the senators that upset you mr. steinle? >> not in this particular session, no. i didn't hear anything that upset me. >> you heard dick durbin basically misdefine kate's law. he did it on purpose. he knows what it is.
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he did it to object secure the real issue hoping that, you know, kate's law will not be passed. that bothers me. and as the father of kate herself, i think it -- i would like to get your opinion on mr. durbin. >> well, you will have to excuse me, bill, we left the chamber after we had testified. >> oh, okay. did you didn't hear him. >> did i not hear him. >> well, you heard him here. brad i will throw it over to you, there is an element in this country who is not sympathetic to the murder of your sister. i mean, they say they are but they won't take any steps to prevent another kate from being murdered. how do you see those people? >> well, the clip i just saw from the senator that spoke i think it's very plain and clear to see that a kate's law that deals with felons that have committed crimes,
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anything from rape to murder committed any type of assault if they are felons we should definitely make sure that they are either detained or sent out of the country so nothing like this happens again. there is no question about it, it's black and white. there is no reason these people should be on the street. >> that's right. and then the man who killed your sister was a drug dealer. he sold hard drugs. and that is under the banner of aggravated felon as well. and should be because these drug gangs are causing havoc all over the country. mr. steinle, i can't imagine how painful this whole thing is, you know. i know there are families who don't want to go through this. you have taken upon yourself and kate's mother as well, you can tell us, you know, emotionally, how this has
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affected you? >> well, it's indescribable. there is no words. i felt sorry for the many people that have come up to me and you would see them struggle for a word to say. there just are no words until you have experienced it. but our faith has kept us strong and we believe we have a kate on our shoulder. and we think other things are in play here. we haven't gotten our arms around them yet. i think this is just the beginning and not the end. >> so do i i agree. >> if we can get this kate's law passed and i testified to that today if we save one son, one daughter, one mother one father, one sister one brother then kate's death is not all in vain. >> yes and i agree. that's what we are all working toward. we're going to come down very hard on people who don't get on the right side of this issue. because, again, there is no excuse. we are aggravated felons who are deported and come back.
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they have no right to walk around and do anything in this country. gentlemen, we really aappreciate it. you guys are patriots. you are heroes. we will get this done. and if there is anything your family needs please let me know. thanks again. >> thanks, bill. >> thanks, bill. >> two footnotes more than 600,000 of you have signed our petition signing kate's law. we delivered the petition. we asked all the presidential contenders whether they support the legislation of kate's law. respectful. they made a bigs in stake. those supporting kate's law jeb bush. lindsey graham, ted cruz. mike huckabee concentrate deportations. chris christie wants more information. i didn't say christie and nor will john kasich who just got in the race today. next on the rundown what is the real story behind the
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inspired terrorist. our job john, you and me and fox news, to get the truth. what's the latest tonight? >> well, it could be that it's really a little bit of both or it's all of the above, bill, us what what we have learned in the last few days about mohammed abdulazeez that he does indeed appeared to have suffered from depression, bipolar disorder. despondent and thought his life was rapidly spiraling downward might end up in jail at the end of this month because of a dui charge going back to april the 20th. at the same time, some of the new developments today intelligent sources tell me in recent weeks he has done some internet searches on the topic of martyrdom. he had also watched at least one video from anwar al-awlaki. the radical american born muslim cleric who was advocating attacks on americans, including the military before he was taken out by a drone back in 2011. and in some of his writings, described as rambling during depressive states. he also at least once
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mentioned anwar al-awlaki. bill just as a side bar we are learning about at the reserve center which is where those four marines killed and petty officer second class randal smith was mortally wounded the fbi has found a gun which did not belong to police or the shooter. they believe that may have been one of the personal weapons of one of the service members inside who took it out and started shooting back during the fire fight with abdulazeez. this raises a dilemma because you are not supposed to have a weapon on military property but then, at the same time, bill, that seemed to be the only effective form of defense that they had inside from the reserve center. >> that's going to change and changed in some states already. what about this guy's overseas travel? he spent some time in jordan. he was in qatar. he got around over there. what do we know about that? >> he did get around. first of all to your point about being taken care of. certainly it's being taken care of on the state level. governors have the authority to tell the adjunct generals of the national guard that their troops can carry
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weapons, but the u.s. military the federal military a different story. okay, now to your question he about his travels. we should point out that we also learned today that his uncle of his u.s.a. citizen has been in custody in jordan since the day after these attacks. is he being questioned by jordanian authorities as well as the fbi which has an fbi office attached to the u.s. embassy in imman. clearly the fact that the guy has not been allowed to go home is an indication that jordanian authorities appear to be fully cooperating with the u.s. authorities. they are questioning him about what abdulazeez was doing when he was there in jordan for seven months during 2014 ostensibly sent there by the family to live with the grandfather because he was coming to bad influences here in the united states by hanging around with his quote non-muslim friends. >> we ought to point out that his father, abdulazeez's father was on a terror watch list. he was taken off that but this whole family has a history of being connected to the jihad in one form or
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another. now, the guns. >> or at least suspect ised of being. >> all right. the guns. "wall street journal" reporting that arms may have been the source of the shooter's guns. what do we know about that? >> it's sort of an exchange place, if you will, almost like a craig's list for weapons. initially the fbi thought that some of the guns might have been bought illegally bill, they appear to be walking that back, though they haven't done it publicly and may tomorrow at a press conference it appears at the moment that all of those guns may have been purchased legally. we certainly know from talking with friends of abdulazeez that he shot quite often at the public range not far from downtown chattanooga. >> so tomorrow the fbi is going to have a press conference about what they know about this guy and the guns and the arms list and all of this. we will, of course, cover that john, thanks very much. we appreciate it directly ahead. planned parenthood may be in big trouble. allegations they are selling body parts of aborted babies. then later the white house fox news channelly lowers the american flag to mourn the five murdered servicemen
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impact segment tonight, charges planned parenthood which receives taxpayer fund something selling the body parts of aborted babies. last week an undercover tape from the center for medical progress, pro-life organization, showed an executive at planned parenthood discussing the sale of body parts. after all hell broke loose plan the parenthood responded. >> the allegation that planned parenthood profits in any way from tissue donation is not true. our donation programs, like any other high quality healthcare providers follows all laws and ethical guidelines.
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>> but now another tape has been released, this one recorded on february 6th of this year showing dr. mary gadder a planned parenthood executive discussing the sale of infant body parts. obviously a negotiation for money. joining us now from washington kirsten powers and here in new york city monica crowley.
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planned parenthood saying it's donations. that's how they are trying to spin it it's more than spin. there is a federal law against selling body parts. >> right. >> okay. so how much trouble do you think they are in? >> well now we have the second -- a second top planned parenthood executive caught on tape cavalierly discussing the sale of fetal body parts and tissue. i would think that where there is smoke bill, there is fire. this has been a bad outfit since its inception and now you have seven state governments as well as three congressional committees investigating into whether or not weather they are, in fact, in violation of federal law. >> what do you say kirsten? >> well, i think these are very alarming videos, but i also think that calling it a sale is probably overstating what's going on. but i think what they are doing is still improper. certainly unethical certainly immoral. and they are haggling over how much they are going to -- they would say get reimbursed for this.
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>> all right so let me stop you there. you just used the word reimbursed but you say it's not a sale. >> well, right. so what planned parenthood would say is that we, you know, we are basically, you know, it costs us a certain amount of money to do this, so we are looking to get reimbursed for that. >> then they should have a set menu, should they not? >> exactly that's what i would say. you wouldn't be haggling. >> they don't want to low ball so you don't do that if you have -- look, if they are actually making a legal donation then they say this is what it costs us to make that donation and here's the reimbursement we must get. they don't sit in a restaurant going ho ho ho you make the first offer. i think we all know, we all know people with eyes and ears who could think clearly that planned parenthood and this is the second time as ms. monica pointed out they have done, this are selling the body parts of babies, which is against the
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federal, the national organ transplantation act of 1984, and, if convicted these women, and i would assume the president of planned parenthood could get 10 years in prison. so under the obama administration, i don't think they are going to it prosecute planned parenthood right? >> there are a couple things that the republicans in congress can do right now. they can move to defund planned parenthood. as you point out they get a lot of taxpayer money. they can also in the senate pass the unborn child protection act which has been hanging out there since the kermit gosnell scandal first broke. there are things they can do legislatively to put the screws to planned parenthood. what you saw there was dr. gatter get the highest price for a kidney because i need a lamb bore guinea lamborghini. >> while we feel it is
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immoral and off the charts sinful to body parts from aborted baby. the baby has to be developed enough to have body parts to do. this other people don't see these fetuses babies, as human beings? >> you don't have to be pro-life to realize that this is the evil. this a anihilism of the left of the whole and abortion industry in particular, bill, what you are seeing here is that the democratic party platform is any abortion at any time for any reason. this is the logical extension of that. >> pretty gruesome situation. >> how can we become so ignored termination of life is okay? >> i would say that actually most people do see this as a life. if you look at the most recent marist poll. most americans believe after the first trimester they don't think there should be abortions. they do see these as lives. any person who has a baby who is 10 to 20 weeks, which
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is is about the age that he they were talking about for these babies, does not refer to as a fetus. when they go in to get their sonogram the doctor doesn't say to them your fetus is healthy. they say your baby is healthy. he look at the hand and heart beat of the fetus. that's a great point. if the republicans really want to address the issue and i'm not sure they do make it a big campaign issue and future right in hillary clinton's lap. >> that's right kirsten is correct to point out the vast majority of americans will pro-life. >> overriding concerns, i don't know. it will be interesting to z plenty more as the factor moves along this evening. will bill cosby be in criminal trouble for drugging women for sex. keep the name midgets for their teams. we hope you s unbelievable! toenail fungus? seriously? smash it with jublia! jublia is a prescription medicine proven to treat toenail fungus.
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with the help of her raymond james financial advisor, she had planned for every eventuality. which meant she continued to have the means to live on even at the ripe old age of 187. life well planned. see what a raymond james advisor can do for you. personal story segment tonight, the war on american women true or fabricated. it looks like american women will reprise the women concept that president obama used in the last election. with us now carly fiorina republican presidential contender. let's get right to the planned parent hood thing. it's pretty outrageous. and i think hillary clinton is going to have to step up and say something. >> she hasn't said a word. >> no, nothing. >> you talk about a war on women. think about this, democrats like hillary clinton, have argued against giving women a chance to look at an ultrasound before they have an abortion, but they are
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prepared to use ultrasound to figure out figure out how to best preserve the body parts of an unborn child that they have convinced women is not a life at all. the depravity is unspeakable. hillary clinton hasn't said a word. >> if you go after planned parenthood try to shut them down or defund them then you are declaring a war on women according to the liberal precincts. how would you answer that? >> well, if that's really what they believe. >> look, they believe it, how else could you operate that way unfettered abortion up to the moment that the baby. >> it's not a life until it leaves the hospital, that's their policy. >> if they are not prepared to defund planned parenthood i don't know how you justify taxpayer funding for this kind of activity anymore. i will ask the question of hillary clinton. fine why don't you support equal funding for pregnancy centers. >> right next to a planned parenthood so a woman actually has information about the options in front
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of her. adoption and things like that. >> exactly. they don't do that either. >> no, because it's all politics and now the politics is going into body parts selling. >> it's identity politics which is even worse. >> do you believe that american women in general are not treated the same way men are in the workplace. >> i think you there is some evidence of that. i don't believe look, if you create a meritocracy a real mayor to come crazy where you pay for performance. time and grade and how long have you been there or what you look like. then you are going to have equal pay environment and of course, democrats don't like that. it's what federal government bureaucracies do. if you will give a woman the opportunity to contribute, then you have an environment that not only works better but that provides equality of women. >> because of biology women take time off from work to raise children. >> absolutely.
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>> their priorities are different. >> that's why a sorority -- seniority system disadvantages women. >> i think in this country particularly in the media women have just as much chance to succeed as men here in where -- in my business. >> in your world. >> i don't see it i guess it's the same in wal-mart, if you are good, the wal-mart people it doesn't care whether you are a man or a woman unless there is some idiot in charge. i think women in america do have equal opportunity. am i wrong? >> there is no question that women in america have more opportunity than anywhere else in the world. there is no question. i started out as a secretary. and i had the chance to become the chief executive officer of the largest technology company in the world and now i'm running for president. that's only possible in this country. it's also true that women are half the nation. so women are half the potential of this nation. and if you look at the burdens of poverty, for example, it falls most
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heavily on women, if you look at the fact that women sometimes do leave the workforce for a time, when you have seniority systems ages women. >> the dog remember the poverty on women is driven by having children out of wedlock with no father and no provider there. now, i have got to ask you about kate's law. we didn't have you in the mosaic because i knew i was going to talk to you and you could tell the folks straight on, do you support kate's law? >> i do. here's what i worry about though bill. we have seen this for how long sanctuary cities have been around for 15 years. >> you have got to get rid of them. >> the border has been insecure for 25 years. politicians are great at giving speeches and they are great at passing laws. what they are not great at is challenging the status quo so something actually gets fixed. >> ms. fiorina i have been doing this for 20 years. you have got to stair step it to get anything done. you can't do the whole package at once. >> i agree with you. first you stop the violent
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felons from coming in here. then you punish the sanctuary cities. then a new president is going to have to secure the border. this president will not. he absolutely will not do it no matter what congress says. >> i'm not disagreeing with you at all. my problem is. this i think people are frustrated because professional politicians talk about reforming the v.a. securing the border. passing laws. >> and they don't do anything. >> they don't do anything. >> that's how trump has ignited his campaign. >> that's why people listen. i have a track record of leadership and results. >> i feel sorry for you the only lady and all the other guys are going to be sweating in those debates but i appreciate it. >> i have been competing against men all my life and i look forward to debating hillary clinton. wouldn't that be fun to watch? >> that would be a blast. >> wouldn't that be fun to watch? we appreciate you coming in. good luck on the campaign. >> thank you. >> when we come right back, is it legal on bill cosby will he charged with a crime in the drug sex situation. legal is next. i sure had a lot on my mind when i got out of the hospital after a dvt blood clot. what about my family?
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why am i so awake? did you know your brain has a wake system... and a sleep system? science suggests when you have insomnia, the neurotransmitters in your wake system may be too strong, which may be preventing you from getting the sleep you need. talk to your doctor about ways to manage your insomnia. thank you for staying with us. cosby's reputation is ruined in the court of public opinion because he has admitted to drugging women for success. now will he criminally be charged in any of these cases now kimberly guilfoyle
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and lis wiehl. there is an active investigation in los angeles. what is that all about. >> one woman come forward 2008 playboy mansion cosby spiked her drink and assaulted her. now she is bringing this charge and looking at potentially rape which is the only charge be allowed under the statute of california. >> at the time she didn't file any police report or have any toxicology or anything like that. right? >> no. but so this is going to be very difficult to prove going forward. it is not my anticipation that he is going to be charged criminally in the case. they have taupe oan investigation to show they are being thorough and fair. >> he they're doing the investigation. >> absolutely. >> and then the district attorney's office will make a decision as to whether or not weather to charge. the only way that this could go ahead in the criminal proceeding a witness. somebody you saw drugs being ministered and then after it happened she said something to somebody, they could get
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those people to testify right? >> you are absolutely right. because absent a toxicology point, what other proof would there be that, in fact, she had been drugged and done something. >> all along that's the problem? >> his observe statements though, go back to 2005 deposition where he admits to taking drugs. he doesn't saw that he uses them. >> he didn't admit it in this woman's particular case. >> it's hard to diet on that. >> other women come forward. >> doesn't matter has to be respect to this case. >> obviously we will see what happens here but i think you are right. i think the criminal thing is going to be very tough. >> too tough to prove. >> st. louis this upsets me. st. louis, okay, there is a woman who drives an automobile into a crowd of other women with who she was. roll the tape on that. >> the st. louis police tell me a feud fueled the wage
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that caused a female girl. watch as the impact sends four girls flying. police believe the person behind the wheel was 18-year-old moisha allen it happened june 27th at lincoln park. after the politician the car quickly left the scene. amazingly the four women weren't seriously hurt. police say allen and the women had ongoing feud that led to a vicious fight at the park and the hit and run moments later. >> why hasn't this woman been charged? >> exactly. there seems to be some serious incompetence there. the police department was contacted by the. >> is she on the lamb. >> no. he she lives in the area. >> she is there and she hasn't been charged? >> she could be watching right now. >> do you know what the cops say? >> no. they keep saying we haven't arrested her. we have no updates. >> what? >> only one cop there that seems to know about the case. he has been out a lot. >> what about the prosecutor? >> the prosecutor is not involved in this yet. >> the detective is the only one that had information or knowledge about the case.
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>> it's outrageous. is this the east st. louis police department? >> yep. >> this is so outrageous i can't even believe it. >> and the whole case that preceded this was tasering, a whole feud, a fight between them. there is plenty of evidence. >> we expect an arrest to be made out there. if there isn't we have to go to the attorney general of illinois. >> haven't put out any information about this woman until july o10th. >> there is some coverup going on here. this is ridiculous. real quick there is a man who saw a terrible car accident did nothing but report it. roll the tape. >> it is certainly unbelievable. all he did was take footage of those victims and the car on fire. and then to make it worse he even opened the victim's car door to take more video. it was a move that is now landing him here in court. most of the video is too graphic to show. but if you were to watch the entire six minute piece you would see two teens up front unconscious with blood dripping down their clothes. >> i didn't even know that
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they were in that bad of shape. >> and the guy tried to sell the tape for money and he wouldn't even help the poor people. is he charged? >> vehicle trespass. 30 days in jail. >> vehicle trespass? >> there is no penalty in this country for not helping somebody out of a situation like that. >> failure to render aid. it's really despicable. then he tries to monday advertise it. >> 17-year-old died. >> oh my god. this is where we are. ladies, thank you very much. >> gutfeld and mcguirk on deck, should a high school whose sports teams are named the midgets be forced to change that name. factor tip of the day about the media and donald trump. right back. introducing the first ever gummy multivitamin from centrum. a complete, and tasty new way to support... your energy... immunity... and metabolism like never before. centrum multigummies. see gummies in a whole new light.
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back of the book segment tonight, what the heck just happened. today barack obama finally ordered the personal flag be flown at half-staff at the white house and federal grounds until sun set july 25th to honor the five murdered servicemen in chattanooga. it took the president five days to order that. why? here now to comment bernard mcguirk and greg gutfeld and gutfeld you say? >> i'm glad he did it. >> he did it. >> i guess it could have been done sooner. >> you guess? >> let me finish, bill. i'm getting to an important point: the moment the supreme court ruled in favor of gay marriage. the white house went rainbow faster than you could say mork suspenders. this issue is not about the flag being lowered to show respect because that doesn't change things. what changed things is harming these poor guys at recruitment centers. they need to pack pieces. turn these sitting ducks into shooting ducks.
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the flag is a symbolic victory but it's not going to bring back a single life. we need to get the guns. >> i think that will happen'. why do you think he didn't order immediately the flag to be lowered. >> it's a head scratcher. scratcher but you combine this to his response in the shooting when he said it is a heartbreaking circumstance and then you compare it to his reaction to the death of the thief michael brown who attacked a cop and the rainbow colors and other incidents that he reacted passionately to. >> the pr here is terrible. whoever is advising him right now -- anyway the flags are down. here is the big story of the night. is everybody ready for it? at the free bird community high school in illinois their nickname for sports teams is the midgets. no. you can't do that any longer. roll the tape.
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>> my purpose is where does it end? we have midget stock car racing. are they going to change that? >> i would never dare go up to a little person and call them a midget. why? because i know they find that offensive. however, to me being called a midget is something i am proud of. our school adopted a no bullying policy. how does using a derogatory name for a mascot lineup with that? >> apparently the little people of america association is protesting and wants the midget changed to i guess the giants. i don't know. >> i'm not sure. they hung randy newman in effigy. i don't want to hurt my dominion of brothers and sisters feelings but bravo to the midgets for standing tall and standing against the police. own it embrace it. the fabulous fatties or the
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beautiful baldies or fabulous old farts or something. i'm for diversity. >> i don't know why midgets would be a nickname for a team. it is even hard to spell for some of the kids. i know you want to say something. >> i am disgusted as the world's tallest little person or i am the littlest tallest person. how would you feel to hear the new york giants -- there are a lot of little people out there. this is their redskins. their lives are as tough as can get. you don't have reaching issues. when i go to wal-mart i can't get the serial. i have to ask for help. that's not important, bill. it's not important. >> he's at least 5'3". >> on a good day when there is a wind i'm 5'3". >> i think we should compromise. >> the little people
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association. i thought you remember that. >> i am an honorary member. >> change the name to munchkins. >> munchkins is endearing. >> aren't those donut holes? >> no "the wizard of oz" people. >> and decent. >> and glazed. >> not like the monkeys. the monkeys were evil. >> can we say monkeys anymore? >> i once dated a midget by the way. she was literally my shorty back in the day. >> i apologize to all little people. >> whatever. >> there they are. once again, i apologize. the real reason the media despises donald trump. the tip moments away. push your enterprise and you can move the world. but to get from the old way to the new you'll need the right it infrastructure.
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chopped off for speaking the truth. excellent interview with donald trump. republicans should understand when they attack the president and hillary they gain traction. trump is aggressive and competitive. he is refreshing. kyle saginaw, michigan. i know mr. trump has said some things he shouldn't have said but i think he would be good for the nation. is there something wrong with me? as long as you follow your conscience you are in good shape. alkaexponent was convicted of income tax evasion. jason carter those who say the head of a drug cartel is not violent because he wasn't convicted of violence offenses are wrong like saying hitler was non-violent because he himself did not commit the atrocities.
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i watch the factor every day and i missed it. signed copy of hitlers last days on the way to you. >> i gave my husband of 53 years tickets to see you and miller next december. you guys were hilarious last time you were in town. you are talking about on stage, right? i'm glad you and your spouse are coming to see the don't be a pin head show. it will be totally different than what you saw last time around because of the presidential race. the other five pin head shows this year are in st. louis, chicago, charlotte, south florida, caesar's palace. the factor tip of the day, the media despising donald trump. and here is why. he has no fear. he could not care less about censoring himself and the press does not intimidate him. because of that approach the media believe they must punish mr. trump for being
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disrespectful and not cowering before them. and they don't like his politics. very powerful force giving special privilege they will try to destroy that person. that is where donald trump finds himself today. factor tip of the day. unfortunately, the american media although there are exceptions are not looking out for you. they have an agenda these people and often use that agenda in corrupt ways. you as a media consumer should walk away when you see that happen. and that is it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website. also we like you to spout out from anywhere in the world.
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thanks for watching us. please remember the spin stops here. definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, shocking revelations in a brand new under cover video leaving health care providers doing serious damage control as crowds grow louder to cut millions. welcome to "the kelly file" i'm megyn kelly. for the second time in a week planned parenthood is at the center of a controversy as top doctors are caught on camera having graphic and disturbing conversations about harvesting fetal organs for cash. last week we showed you dr. deborah