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spin stops here. we're looking out for you. breaking tonight, 24 hours after the truth was at laes revealed about what hillary clinton knew and didn't know about the terrorist attack that killed four americans in benghazi, libya, and the major media outlets have not only ignored the single biggest piece of news to emerge from yesterday's hearings, they have declared hillary clinton victorious. this despite clear-cut evidence she and other administration officials repeatedly misled the american people in the days and weeks after the terror attack. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. notice anything different? it was just over three years ago the oox obama administration in
embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with. >> in fact, charles woods, the father of benghazi victim tyrone woods, took note. immediately after his talk with mrs. clinton, that day. and today, he produced a copy to the media. they read, quote, we are going to have the filmmaker arrested who was responsible for the death of your son. and indeed, this talking point about protesters and a video in benghazi leading to the deaths of four americans was repeated again and again and again by administration officials. >> we don't have and did not have concrete evidence to suggest that this was not in reaction to the film. we have no information to suggest that it was a preplanned attack. >> what happened this week in cairo, in benghazi, and many other parts of the region -- >> tunisia --
>> was a result, a direct result of a heinous and offensive video. >> the natural protests that arose because of the out rage over the video were used as an excuse by extremists. >> families did not believe it. those at the benghazi consulate challenged it. and the media, mostly fox news, dug deeper into the story. eventually, it was revealed there were no protests in benghazi that night, none. and the attack was a preplanned terrorist attack, not an out of control demonstration over a video. but even then, the administration denied it. sticking to their talking points about a video, a video that was to blame. we later learned it was the white house that had advised officials in the administration to say this, underscoring that the blame had to go to the video and not to u.s. policy. that's in writing in a memo that was revealed. and then yesterday, for the first time, a bombshell. hillary clinton in her own
words, admitting what so many have known all along. that this was not about a video. or a protest or demonstration. that this was a terrorist attack. 56 days before a presidential election. for the first time the public saw an e-mail detailing a conference call hillary clinton had on september 12th, 2012, with the egyptian prime minister. her words, we know that the attack in libya had nothing to do with the film. it was a planned attack -- not a protest. and that based information we saw today, we believe the group that claimed responsibility for this was affiliated with al qaeda. she knew the film was not to blame. and yet she and others looked into the cameras and again and again told us a different story. and yet, to watch most of the media today, you would think we never saw that e-mail yesterday. to the contrary, the messaging today was uniformly, she won.
it is over. move on. >> we're thrilled it's friday, but does hillary clinton want the week to end. a week that could mark one of, if not the best, of her presidential campaign. >> i tweeted out while this was in progress, the longer she sits there, the better it is for her. >> hillary clinton and congressional republicans and democrats sparred all day yesterday. and benghazi hearings that could only be seen, at least in terms of theatrics, as a tko for hillary clinton. it wasn't even a close call. >> said she was going to make monkeys out of them. it was predictable, and she did. >> look at this from msnbc. clinton emerges unscathed after gop failure. the washington post, republicans land only glancing bows in day-long rehash. usa today, no clear wins for gop at benghazi hearing. and the "huffington post," republicans fail to take down hillary clinton after 11-hour benghazi hearing.
chris stirewalt is our digital politics editor, and howie kerts is host of media but. there was no there, there, stirewalt. nothing to see. >> nothing that happened, and the republicans lost. hillary clinton, somebody even said that -- and i forget who it was on twitter, who said she may have won the election yesterday. that in the course of one day, she may have won the presidency. that is how masterful and magnificent she was. look, she did a good job. she did a good job on the theater side compared to the last time when she committed an enormous scab of a gaffe that has stayed with her forever, at this point, what difference does it make. so she didn't do that. so yay, on theatrics, she did it, but trey gowdy and his team are then judged because they didn't win on theatrics. they didn't have theatrics. a bunch of political reporters and a bunch of democrats sitting around watching this for theater say she did well on the theater,
but nobody was listening to the substance. they were watching the puff. >> that's the thing, howie. you know, that lead we put together tonight and the lead last night, it took some homework. you had to work. you had to pay attention. you had to go through the tr transcript said, you had to understand the case and how it evolved and spin after spin was disproven, as catherine herridge in particular stayed on this case and her reporting reveals so much of what i just said, and only then did the administration come out and admit it. stephen hayes haas also done a great job. this is the final revelation, that their theory all along, that the administration was lying about the video, was proven true. because hillary clinton knew by her own words that the video had nothing to do with it. >> as a journalist who follows this stuff, i thought that was a really important revelation. but to the mainstream media consensus that the hearing was a flop, and some conservatives calling it benghazi bust, it leads back to the original case, the talking points the administration used after the
attack were false, but a lot of people feel like that's a bit of a rehash that we already knew that. so the media had a high bar here. either there had to be a brand-new stunning revelation that can be described in one sentence because as you say the stuff is complicated, or hillary clinton had to break down, act testy, act defensive, and she didn't do that. >> you tell me, stirewalt, if this e-mail had come out in 2012, prior to the presidential election, mitt romney could be president now. >> well, maybe, but at the very least, hillary clinton maybe wouldn't be running for president now. >> it was a huge deal at the time. we were all arguing about whether this was true, what they were telling us about the video. if we had a smoking gun memo where she was saying something contrary to what the administration was telling everyone, it would have been a huge deal. >> but for the press, which is now ready for the hillariness. so after a long time of saying, boy, hillary stinks. if you go back three weeks, the
whole narrative in the press and the whole narrative among the democratic party is i don't know if she can do this. she's pretty terrible. we're worried. what about joe biden and all these things. then they get started and they say, gosh darnt, we love her. she's fantastic and she's going to be great. right, you beat three sea turtles in a debate. joe biden who couldn't have won, and two have dropped out. they quit. >> i gotta leave it on this. pat smith, the mother of one of the victims was on "the kelly file" last night. listen to this. >> what perspective does that give you? >> it gives me a very good one. she lies. very simple. she is not telling the truth. >> no one cares. what happened to all that hair? no one cares, howie kurtz. no one is remembering the victims and their right to have the truth. >> i agree with you on that, but the media frame there this, these were partisan hearings
triggered by kevin mccarthy's boasts that the committee knocked down her numbers, and then when she sat there for 11 hours and then had a coughing fit, it fed the narrative she won the day. >> great to see you both. also breaking tonight, things got ugly a short time ago when protesters interrupted a trump rally in miami. we're just getting the video. we'll turn the rest around and bring it to you shortly. >> then, a delta force warrior, a soldier who won the bronze star 11 times, has been killed in a firefight with isis. why is the pentagon insisting this guy did not die in combat? tony shaffer and pete are next on the growing anger over this. plus, after the black lives matter movement spent the last year trying to convince america that police are bad, they're now getting a huge platform from both political parties. the story on that and a busy night when we come back.
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was killed yesterday in a daring raid to rescue dozens of hostages who were literally hours away from being slaughtered by isis. his heroics are indisputable, but the administration is refusing to call this a combat death. in moments, we'll be joined by colonel schaefer. >> it would take a better part of an hour to read the accommodations and awards bestowed on joshua wheeler. he lived as he died. a lidgeened among legends. 39 years old, from oklahoma. wheeler enlisted while still a teenager. one look at his rack of medals shows the career of a man who spent 20-plus years at the tip of the american spear. as part of the army special operations command, he deployed 11 times to iraq and afghanistan. his awards include 11 bronze stars, 4 with a valor device. wheeler deployed to iraq the
latest time as part of the delta force team's training and advising the peshmerga fighting isis. sources tell me delta operators were under strict orders to keep themselves out of the fight. that was the plan wednesday night when the delta force loaded into five helicopters on hostage rescue mission. american intelligence concluded isis planned to execute 70 or so hostages. the peshmerga were supposed to dethe fighting. when things went south, wheeler ran toward the gunfire and paid the ultimate price. yesterday, the pentagon, their spokesperson, walked an almost impossible high wire act of word games, trying to explain how a delta force operator killed behind enemy lines was consistent with president obama's promise that america's mission against isis was not a combat one. >> in that support role, they are allowed to defend themselves and also defend partner forces and to protect against the loss of innocent life.
and that's what played out in this particular operation. they were there in that support role, and again, acted under those circumstances. >> fast forward 24 hours. the secretary oif of defense today faced a barrage of questions and finally seemed to admit the obvious. >> this is combat. things are complicated. this is someone who saw the team that he was advising and assisting coming under attack. and he rushed to help them. >> the pentagon says ash carter himself approved the raid and megyn, he will be at dover to welcome sergeant wheeler's remains home this weekend. >> leyland, thank you. >> in case the original message from the department of defense was not clear, here's a little more from pentagon spokesman peter cook and defense secretary ash carter, listen yesterday and today. >> this was a unique circumstance. this was a support mission. >> it doesn't represent assuming
a combat role. >> u.s. forces are not in an active combat mission. >> it represents a continuation of our advice and assist mission. >> our position is a support mission. >> we do not have combat coordinations there the way we had once upon a time in iraq. >> u.s. forces are not in a combat role in iraq. >> and it went on. retired army reserve lieutenant colonel tony shaffer is an operative. they got hammered from press across the board from every media outlet. >> yes, they did. >> for refusing to say this is combat. does it have anything to do with barack obama saying specifically back in 2014 that the american forces deployed to iraq do not and will not have a combat mission? >> absolutely. i mean, ash carter danced all over the fact, oh, we don't have combat formations like we did before. no, but we have combat forces. delta didn't show up to train some people to basket weave.
they're there to kill people. >> why, why -- why can't they say -- it's not a combat mission, but there is some combat. there are some boots on the ground, and that's what happened here? >> fundamentally, the whole idea here is that the pentagon knows we're at war. we know we have to win that war. the warriors that go forward like this master sergeant wheeler, condolences to his family, he put his life on the line, and what's disrespectful here in a total complete departure of what should be an honorable moment for he and his family is the white house is putting pressure on the pentagon to say, no, no, it's not really combat because, you know, the president ended the war there. the war is gone, it's done. we pulled the troops out. it's nothing to see here. and that's the problem. we have now a political meme which actually is the thing that leads and directs how the pentagon focuses and shapes its
message. i'm telling you, megyn, the good people who are fighting this war, they're fighting the war. we just saw this where we actually had to do the same thing. the afghan forces were doing well. they weren't going to win. we had to jump in and help them. either we want to start winning or we don't. >> this guy, he -- he ran to save kurds and iraqi soldiers. >> that's correct. >> without support, for troops of another country. he gave his life. and now we can't even be honest back stateside about the circumstances of his death. we just opened the show with a long narrative to this effect about what happened in benghazi. and on and on it goes. when it comes to the deaths of american service personnel or american ambassadors, why must it be so hard to just level with the american people? >> because everything has become political. megyn, the last thing national security should be political, it should be cut and dry. these are the facts. this is what happened. this is what we have to do to
achieve victory. >> the american people are understanding. they're very understanding. >> absolutely. i think they honor the american men and women who go forward and do the hard tasks. the problem is this, we have people in the white house who have now completely devoted themselves to a narrative for the president's legacy. >> the combat situation doesn't turn it into a combat mission. okay. i gotta go. colon colonel, great to see you. also breaking tonight, hurricane patricia is now onshore with sustained winds of more than 160 miles per hour. even after making landfall, this is enormous. we will go live to the scene just ahead as the monster crosses mexico and heads toward texas. and then new york city is setting new records when it comes to rats. and brian kilmeade explains what that means for the people who live here, and it's not good. plus, we have more of that video coming in from a confrontation between protesters and security at a trump rally in miami just a short time ago.
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that's new video from a trump rally tonight in miami where we're hearing pro-immigration anti-trump activists are being thrown out of the event. all of this comes on the heels of two new polls out of iowa shaking up the status quo in the hawkeye state. businessman donald trump no longer the front runner with dr. ben carson as the new number one. today, the former neurosurgeon surges past trump by nine points. in a des moines register survey, up ten points over the same poll back in august. this on top of separate polling yesterday that has carson ahead of trump. some political analysts believe the trump slump, as they continued it in iowa, is directly related to ads like this one shown and paid for by
the club for growth. >> the supreme court's kilo decision gave government massive new power to take private property and give it to corporations. conservatives have fought this disaster. what's donald trump say about the decision? >> i happen to agree with it 100%. >> trump supports eminent domain abuse because he can make millions -- >> joining me now, david mcintosh, president of the club for growth, and katrina. thank you both for being here. david, you think your ads have made the difference? >> i do. i think what they did was tell voters in iowa the truth about trump being a liberal, particularly on this issue of eminent domain abuse where he 100% is behind the government taking people's property and giving it over to developers like himself to turn it into casinos or parking lots for their limousines. >> what about that, katrina? eminent domain has long been s disdained by conservatives, but trump says it's a wonderful
thing. >> god forbid we create jobs in this country. i would like to point out with regard to mr. cintosh's ad, leadership is important. however, now things have changed. it seems mr. mcintosh is using the group money to go after trump for a personal vendetta. he also supported the keystone pipeline. he has endorsed several candidates who support the keystone pipeline. the keystone pipeline is a foreign corporation who uses immine eminent domain in this country and has 56 cases right now, there's a 78-year-old grandmother who was arrested on her own property right here in texas -- >> but that doesn't answer the question. david and the club for growth aren't running for president. dt dlt donald trump is. >> he's being a hypocrite. he's lying. >> what about the eminent domain. >> he's a businessman. he's saying eminent domain
abuse. one case he always sighcites is woman who didn't want to give up her property. >> trump said it's wonderful. >> it is. it is used to create jobs for public use, or for a common carrier. and david you're being dishonest. that does the exact opposite. >> that's the argument, it can be used to advance business and create jobs. even if iowans don't like it, maybe it will do better in new hampshire and elsewhere. >> voters will see that's just part of his liberal record. he likes federal government health care. he hates free trade and the ability to bring in lower priced products for people. he would be a disaster for america's economy. and we're just telling the truth to voters. >> but what we saw -- david, what we saw in the poll yesterday, what we saw in the poll yesterday, the quinnipiac
poll, shows that he -- carson tops trump by 20 points when it comes to women and evangelical white voters. however, by a land slide in iowa, they favor trump over anyone else when it comes to the economy. >> when we looked at head-to-head, other people like ted cruz and marco rubio beat trump when it gets down to a narrow race. i think the voters want a real genuine free market conservative. those are two that we said would be great champions of pro-growth economy. i think trump's a distraction. he's kind of the worst type of politician who says whatever he thinks the voters want, and tries to get you to ignore the fact his record would show he's a real liberal. >> all right, thank you both for being here. thank you. well, new questions tonight about hillary clinton, her health, and one moment in particular from yesterday's hearing on benghazi. plus, the black lives matter movement has spent a lot of time telling people don't trust the
police. why are both political parties giving a big platform to this group's message? and then, ever since this teacher posted these pictures online, she says the fallout has her worried about being fired. wait until you hear what the principal is doing to her. wait until you hear what mark eiglarsh says about her and this event. jeb bush: this president, with all due respect,
believes that america's leadership and presence in the world is not a force for good. america has led the world and it is a more peaceful world when we're engaged the right way. we do not have to be the world's policeman. we have to be the world's leader. we have to stand for the values of freedom. who's going to take care of the christians that are being eliminated in the middle east? but for the united states, who? who's going to stand up for the dissidents inside of iran that are brutalized each and every day? but for the united states, who? who's going to take care of israel and support them - our greatest ally in the middle east? but for the united states, no one - no one is capable of doing this. the united states has the capability of doing this, and it's in our economic and national security interest that we do it. i will be that kind of president and i hope you want that kind of president for our country going forward. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message.
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made landfall at 165 miles per hour near puerto vallarta. very mountainous terrain here. we're going to see a lot of flooding and a lot of mudslides, and still some storm surge and obviously the wind coming in across this area. not a ton of population there, fortunately, and kind of threading the needle between the two big cities. it's going to really quickly kind of weaken as it moves over land so rapidly, and by tomorrow evening, we'll see the center of circulation make its way toward the texas coast. watch what happens in a future radar. a lot of rain all day long tomorrow across much of the east, but eastern texas and louisiana, megyn, we could see areas. 12 inches of rain and flooding this weekend, partially due to patricia. >> gracious. rick, thank you. >> you bet. >> you get the picture.
that scene played out in new york city yesterday. just 24 hours after a cop was shot and killed by a suspect here. the fourth nypd officer to die this year. just the latest in a series of controversial protests by the black lives matter movement over the last year. >> if you are not black, please move out. >> the group says it wants people to pay attention to injustice. but the message often sounds more like don't trust the police. so now, critics are questioning why both political parties have endorsed the idea of presidential town halls. these town hall meetings, you know, that we see, hosted by the black lives matter group. lisa is a political commentator. mark firmen is a former lapd homicide detective. what does it tell you that not just the democrats but the
republicans have now agreed to participate in a town hall meeting hosted by the black lives matter movement? >> well, it's an election year. you have all these candidates in both parties that are all politically petrified of any issue to do with race. they want the black vote, so they're appeasing and going along with the program. and it's really shameful, and i think it's really cowardly. this is a radical subversive group that has claimed, whether they participate or insight the death of police officers, they certainly celebrate it. it's disgusting. anybody that actually supports or allows this and is a politician shouldn't be elected to office. >> lisa, do you have any idea, who would run -- they wanted a presidential debate, and the gop and the dems said no to that. who's going to host it, who's going to ask the questions? the one chanting pigs in a blank lt frying like backen, does he get a say? >> i don't think individuals who are negative and subversive are going to get a say.
the black lives matter network will be hosting this event and the dnc, and the rnc knew very well that they better have given them the opportunity to host this presidential town hall meeting because the world is watching. america can't have this attitude that they are diverse and they welcome everyone, but then they snub the black lives matter network. now, this tape you show, i mean, there are going to always be individuals who are going to do negative things. no rebellion is planned to include people getting murdered and people having fighting. but we have to have rebellion to break the -- >> what about that, mark? that's a point we hear a lot, those individuals we saw don't represent this movement? >> correct. >> megyn, it's interesting is we keep hearing this from the black lives matter supporters, but we don't see any leaders from black
lives matter to stand up and say, we don't support the death of police officers. we don't want the death of police officers. we support the government. but they don't. they're a radical revolutionary group, much like the black panthers. actually, their identicals are right from 1966, from huey newton. it's exactly the same thing. anti-government, defend against any kind of oppression of the black people, even if they're criminals. even if they commit capital crimes, even if they commit homicides, they're right, the police are wrong. >> is there anything you could hear from the gop rs at the town hall that would convince you to vote republican? >> not at all. i have to correct mr. furhman. there was someone huge who stood up against it, our president barack obama. in ferguson, when some individuals, some ignorant m miscreants were looting and burning people's properties, he stood up at a press conference
and said he does not believe in nonpeaceful protests, and he told individuals not to do those things. you can't look at one small population and blame the entire movement. >> all right. well, it will be interesting to watch. great to see you both. >> that's what i'm talking about. >> good to see you both. i love when they do the split screen. good-bye. it's over. >> also tonight, new fallout after tv cameras catch some nfl players very much out of uniform. if you get my meaning. plus, new questions about hillary clinton's health when we co looks like some folks have had it with their airline credit card miles. sometimes those seats cost a ridiculous number of miles... or there's a fee to use them. i know. it's so frustrating. they'd be a lot happier with the capital one venture card. and you would, too! why? it's so easy with venture. you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase, every day. just book any flight you want then use your miles to cover the cost. now, that's more like it.
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esurance. backed by allstate. click or call. well, after she testified for more than 11 hours yesterday, there are new questions tonight for secretary hillary clinton. this time, about her health. >> excuse me. >> you need some water, madam? >> would you like us to take a 60-second, two-minute break? >> no. let me grab -- a lozenge. i have the utmost confidence in both of them. >> well, the former secretary of state started coughing up a storm during yesterday's benghazi hearing toward the end of a very long day. then today, matt drudge of the drudge report got people talking when he shared a twitter message
saying hillary health, the biggest revelation of the hearing, coughing fit. slow speaking, obviously induced by meds. choose not to believe if you must. brian kilmeade is co-host of fox and friends and kill mead and friends on fnc radio. must you, must you not believe? >> i don't. i cannot say after ten hours if someone coughs a lot, you have a built-in excuse. the last time she was up there, there were real concerned about her health. a long delay, her copiers, the story, the last one we heard. the "washington post" interviewed a general pa practitioner in the business for 30 years. he says a cough is a reflex meant to clear dried secretiose. he said such might happen after talking for hours on end. i think we have an explanation. >> gotten to the bottom of it. >> i think she's okay. >> how he knows her slow speaking was obviously induced by meds, anti-anxiety meds, no
les, and hypothyroid issues, i know not. hillary had every justification for talking, for only talking for one, i, too, have had a coughing fit on air, as she did. it led to a considerable amount of mocking by my friends at howard stiern. >> they are known to do that. and they are your friends, by the way. >> humiliation is complete. >> the other odd thing about the ten hours. how much did you watch? >> a lot. >> the other odd thing was the laugh. >> the laughing. oh, yeah. let's listen. >> the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? that's what we want answered. let the world see it. >> why is it -- >> that's her laughing and it's like, uh-huh. yeah, throw down. right on. >> she has a loud laugh, a bizarre laugh. but it was a laugh at the wrong time. >> i think she was genuinely amused, like i got this. no way the media is going to give me a hard time on this. moving on, speaking of the
media, apparently, there are a bunch of nudies out there on actual television of some football players in the post game. we blurred their bottoms and their fronts. let's leave it at fronts. and where does this air? >> this aired in the nfl network. the nfl network goes live to locker room, and to use all access. they accessed all. by the way, congratulations to the editor. those are moving butts they're blurring. i mean, if they're stationary butts -- i have to give those tremendous credit, but adam pac man jones is doing a lot of interviews and in the back grrd we're seeing naked people. they're saying does the reporter realize there's naked people behind them. which he didn't. when they went to the studio, the guys couldn't talk they were laughing so much because they were seeing fronts and backs of people who had just completed a football game and want today get clean. >> how do they normally -- it's not unusual to have an in locker room interview. how do they normally avoid this? >> they normally don't go live. number two, you al count on people who have a camera where
we're shooting, no one is shooting our torsos or our pelvis. >> but we're dressed. if they want to, it's fine. >> it could be odd. i'm not going to tell you how to run this show, but if my pelvis dominates the set, i would be surprised. ratings tell the story. catherine webb is the wife of aj mccarran, an up and coming soon to be starting quarterback on the bengals. and she tweeted something out, had we been able to put anything on the tweet? >> we have the tweet. you can read it if you like. >> i would rather my husband's ass and genitalia not be all over tv. would you like to be filmed while naked? which brought up something else interesting from andrew witworth. he said he was exposed. he has a 16-year-old daughter. she goes to school and everyone is mocking her because her outstanding father from the cincinnati bengals was naked. >> he wants the rule changed. he said for me personally and my wife, we're fine, but my
daughter is 16, she had to go to school, listen to all that crap. he says, this is going on really long. but the point is they think it's time for a media policy change. they really don't think their naked bottoms are the story. >> you want me to do research. i did it. i found out what they do in europe. you know what they do? they don't let people in. >> does anyone want into the european locker rooms? >> yeah, if you're a woman and you want to get the story, which you are a woman and you often want to get the story -- >> why can't i do it outside the locker room? we have to move on because there's something important to talk about, the rats in new york city. >> a crisis. >> i'm not just talking about the lawyers and i can say it as a recovering one. look at the her cue lien effort by pizza rat. there are several videos like this. two pizza rat, two rat pizza. anyway, we're being overrun. >> this year alone, there have been 24,375 grievances filed by
new yorkers because of excess rat abuse. rats are abusing us. >> the most disturbing part is it doesn't include complaints from people who see them in the subways. it's all the above ground rats. >> we're doomed, by the way. i have done research. it turns out rats can exist on a very small one ounce of water and one ounce of food every day. >> good grief. >> a hotdog, a little puddle, and they're going to precreate. we're going to have to leave the city. >> the new york city comptroller said the rats are taking over. they say good morning, mr mr. comptroller. i have seen those same rats and it's terrifying to me. thanks a lot, mayor de blasio. doing a bang up job. great to have you. >> bold and brash and don't have to eat much. let's leave the city. >> nice to see you. >> up next, a teacher threatened with her job after parents caught a glimpse of her pictures on her personal social media
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a u.s. u teacher nearly loses her job after posting pictures yoin line like this one. here she is. her students saw them. so did their parent, then the principal got involved, so, how far can a school go to stop a teacher's out of school activities? mark, let me start with you. so, she's a bodybuilder. had four children. four. that's the real headline. and the teacher, principal is not happy. >> yeah, these people are uptight. they will fight for her right to possess guns, but just not to display them. >> guns, i get it. >> i worked that in. they're requiring a body building burr kai for this health, this diet and exercise yielding woman and i have two kids in middle school and i
wanted them to learn what she's dishing out. >> well, that's the question, because the principal she says the principal called her in, tell me what you think about this. he called me in every monday for a month to be rep remanded. he'd say what about this pick chu, that one? >> yeah, that sounds sup per sketchy, actually. let's go over them fwen. >> how many times, right? mark's right. discipline involved, i'll give her credit, but maybe it's my southern values, if i were a parent, i don't know that i would want my child seeing that. but also as a professional woman, i don't know that necessarily i'd want that public. i think it's great she's doing it. >> that's what the principal said. keep it private. >> how about this? i have an idea. how about this. let's say it was the middle school gym teacher who's way past his prime. and he posts. with that big budweiser beer
belly and those hairy man boobs and nobody's going to say anything. this is a double standard. >> i'll guarantee the principal would not be calling saying what about this one? >> how about that, ladies? >> it does sound like i will say, teachers have been fired in the past for being strippers. certain things you can't do on your down time. >> and there's a threshold. you're right. it's about this balancing act. showing just something you see on a vacation picks, but what's truly sexually provocative and that's the question. >> and this woman's message was empowering. i'm his mom, got it back. i'm healthy. she's setting an example, speaking on a mountainer of public concern. >> i got to take exception to bringing up strippers. what they're doing on the pole cannot be to what she's doing.
>> hasn't had a carb in like seven months. >> what stripper is named fal fallopia? >> that's true. back when i covered that duke fake rape case, i had to go in a bunch of strip clubs because i was investigating this stripper and one of the guys who managed the club, told me i got the name for you. if you ever decide to
the guy told me i would be named sugar and my full name confectioners sugar. that's not hot. thank you for all the nice messages about my new hair. people want to know why i cut it. because it was long and i wanted it short. have a great weekend. this is "the kelly file." you know, you hear over you know, you hear on the radio, we're taking fire. we're under fire. and you hear the pleading in their voices. that they need help bad. i actually dropped to a knee and got, why the hell did i do that, and that's when the rocket. had a machine gun and he started laying down hay. >> i rolled h