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every sunday night on fnc at 8:00. please check out the fox news factor website, name and town if you wish to opine. don't be a fometer. got to run. spin stops here. breaking tonight, a showdown is shaping up on capitol hill right now, where democrats are staging a sit in on the floor of the u.s. house, and republicans are planning to take it back any moment right now. welcome to the kelly file, everyone. where we are waiting to see how this confrontation plays out tonight. i'm megyn kelly. so it started earlier today, when house democrats announced they were going to halt the business of congress with the sitdown -- sit-in -- they're sitting. until they got a gun control vote. ever since the terror attack in orlando, a growing course of lawmakers have argued that the murder of 49 people was more
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about our gun laws than it is about terrorism. despite the fact that the gunman pledged allegiance to the islamic state terror group in the middle of the massacre. republicans are calling this a stunt. and we're told they're planning their own isn't it. any minute now, they're going to take back the house. in the next half hour or so how are they going to do that? the democrats have been sitting there, and they're not planning on moving. the republicans say just watch us, and they're predicting, and i quote, pandemonium, and in another prediction, chaos. stay tuned for that, we're going to have that momentarily. also breaking tonight. several big developments in the investigation into that orlando terror attack. first up, we have an exclusive fox news report on cell phone evidence from inside the nightclub massacre, and how it's raising the possibility of a possible accomplice again. the possibility of an accomplice on the outside. second there are tough new questions for loretta lynch.
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including who wanted to cover up mentions of islam and allah in a transcript of the gunman's phone call. who gave that order? she's dodging tonight. along with why miss lynch is arguing that the terrorists really need a little more love. what. our most effective response to terror is compassion, and love. >> joining me now -- we begin with our chief intelligence correspondent katherine herridge, and her exclusive new reporting on evidence recovered from inside the club. >> a lot of people were recording what happened on their
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phones even as omar mateen was firing. he appears to be having a conversation about the attack, and he was not talking to 911. we don't know more about what was said by mateen. it's the kind of conversation you would have with someone who was familiar with what was going on. a government official close to the investigation would not comment on those claims, said the fbi is not active ly considering co-conspirators. there are questions on whether the 911 call was edited. government officials now admit it went so badly, they had to reverse it, and release the full transcript. this morning i pressed the attorney general on who was responsible. >> whose idea was it to edit the 911 transcripts. >> the goal is the greatest
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transparency possible. we did not want to provide a further platform for the propaganda for the killer. >> where did the idea originate? was it yourself, the fbi director or the locals? >> i'm not going to go into the details of the process behind it. >> what we've seen over the last 10 days is this emphasis on omar mateen as a lone actor, who was not carrying out the orders of isis in syria. >> katherine, thank you. >> joining us now with more, dana perino, and dr. sebastian gorka. author of "defeating jihad" the winnable war. let's just start with that. you used to be in government. she won't tell us who gave the order. i enmonth, it's very suspicious, why don't you just come out and say, i was the one, or who was it? was it the white house? is that why she won't tell us who told her to redact the transcripts. >> if you are on her team, you would probably be pretty happy
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with that today, she didn't answer that. i think they would say, we admitted it was a big error. >> we want to know who decided, whose call was it, was it a political call made by the white house? >> the white house has leaked out off the record that they had nothing to do with it, and this happened -- >> and they never changed the benghazi talking point the either? all they changed was one word. it turned out to be a complete and utter lie. it was a lie. >> yeah. >> you have to pardon the people if they don't believe these representations. theyen watt to know, because they have believed that the administration is not giving it to us straight when it comes to terror and home grown radical igs. >> she wasn't going to admit it today. they were caught red handed. this is what we've been trying to deal with for 7 1/2 years. the administration has been censoring the reality. they sent, six years ago, the white house sent then attorney
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general and the chairman of the joint chiefs, they must be censorship -- you must not mention islam, the word jihad must be removed, that was six years ago. >> people didn't believe it, what happened yesterday? smoking gun. >> at the highest level after the biggest attack since september 11th, the decision was taken to sensor the reality, the actual words of the terrorists, and i think it was the fury, just three hours worth of push back, they said, oh, dear. >> it's a little bit too much. >> they wanted to tell us it was out of sensitivity to the victims. we've had other terror atacks. they've never felt sensitivity to the victims before. when they gave us the facts of the terror attacks. i want to ask you, because tonight now there's a question about whether miss lynch is in trouble. she's -- some congressmen are asking for her to resign immediately, dana, including representative jeff duncan. because of her statement that
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our most effective response to terror is compassion and love. i get, okay, love is good. but like, i'm thinking the guys who behead little boys aren't -- love may not be the answer. >> no, they need a strong, swift kick in the you know what? >> they need a bullet between the eyes, is what they need. >> it's more compassion et and shows more love to innocent people if you were to take isis out. >> that would be where you find your compassion. in a way, she was talking about the community in orlando trying to come together. but she's had a couple bad days communicationswise, no doubt. >> then you're careful about your language. you don't say our most effective response to terror is compassion, unity and love. that's one of the many we should be doing, right? >> anyway, let me ask you, doctor, about the possibility of an accomplice, it -- it's not just this one fbi source. and katherine's reporting -- she's getting conflicting information. we don't have this nailed down. one of the victims of the attack
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who was on the kelly file earlier this week, said she also heard him talking while she was lying there bleeding and believed there was somebody else involved. >> this is very significant. we have the transcripts of what he was saying to his wife. and it's clear the wife wasn't cog any scan the of what was going on. have you heard anything about the pulse club. it's not her he's talking to. so if this is true, that means there's somebody out there who's an accomplish or a controller, this is exactly what happened in mumbai. >> how big a game changer would that be? >> enormous. the whole narrative of repressed homosexual identity, and he was bullied in school, completely out the window. the attackers, 166 people killed in india, were in constant radio and salt light contact with their controllers in pakistan.
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if this turns out to be somebody in operational connection. this is huge. it means isis can have a large conspiracy of operatives. >> don't forget, monday, a cautious person, says on monday, just hours after the attack, there's nothing the fbi would have done differently. if you -- as you get a week or ten days after this event, and you have an investigation still turning up new evidence. hours after the event there's nothing we would have done differently. they're going to have to go back and eat those words as well. >> we have a president who's not going to do anything different at all. >> there's no change in our plan. none. >> that's right. is it like a lame duck thing? about we may still get attacked by terrorists between now and november, or next january. >> president obama has said he would do all he can to ensure the next president has what they need. >> when they speak, they have several audiences all at once. they think, america is still weak and going into an election, where you see america is
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divided. they feed off of that. our allies are thinking, is america going to get back into the game and start leading us again? the military is like, we're ready to go. >> you need to understand one thing, mateen is the 103rd isis supporter we have killed or arrested in america in two years. if the government did anything differently, they would have to first admit their strategy has failed, they're not going to do that. >> there won the be any debate over the refusal to use the term radical islam, if we were winning. the terminology is relevant because we're not doing so well. >> thank you. back now to the breaking news on capitol hill, we're minutes away from the republicans trying to get on with congressional business. despite democrats staging a sit-in to win new limits on gun control laws. ben shapiro and richard fowler are next. plus, donald trump today hit hillary clinton with what even the never trumpers are calling his best arguments to date.
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let us vote, we came here to do our job, we came here to work. >> rise up, democrats. rise up, americans this cannot stand. we will occupy this floor. we will no longer be denied a right to vote. >> those are house democrats earlier today in what's already been an hour's long sit-in to win new limits on guns in the wake of the orlando terror attack. there's more drama as we get word that republicans have had enough with what they're calling a political stunt. and they're vowing to take back control of the chamber any moment now. >> this is nothing more than a publicity stun the. point number two, this bill was already defeated in the senate. number three, we're not going to
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take away a citizens due process rights. we're not going to take away a citizens constitutional rights without due process, that was already defeated in the senate. this is not a way to try to bring up legislation. >> joining me now, ben shapiro, and richard fowler, nationally syndicated talk show host and senior fellow at the new leader's council. this is the -- these measures already failed in the senate. so what -- you know, was -- did the democratic senators miss their opportunity. >> i think they were failed by crazy filibuster rules. they're saying, at minimum, at least give us what the senate has, give us a chance to vote on this bill. even if we lose the vote, which they probably will, give us a chance to vote. here's why republicans won't let them vote. they know republicans will have to go on record voting against a bill that will block someone
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like omar mateen from getting an ak-47 or assault rifle. >> the republicans always do that. >> they will never bring it to the floor. they have not brung a gun control bill to the floor in the past six years, i would argue. >> is that true? maybe he's right, they haven't let one come to the floor. they don't seem shy about their gun stance. >> i mean, they just brought a bunch of bills to the floor in the senate, i'm confused about this idea that republicans talk about this stuff. >> we're talking about the house. >> i understand that. >> let him answer. it's ben's turn. >> richard, hold on a second. i'm sure they would be willing to push forward the 72 hour hold on buying a firearm. this is not how the process works, it's hilarious to me when barack obama controlled both chambers of congress, he didn't bring any of these forward.
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now they're going to sit there and pretend they're doing something noble by not getting up. my working theory is they can't get up, they're all over the age of 80, apparently. >> speaking of the size of their cans, i don't know if their current size is big or not. but elizabeth warren just arrived with duncan doughnuts. >> let me ask you, about an interesting dynamic tonight. guess who the aclu is siding with. the republicans -- the aclu can be the basis for denying someone their second amendment rights. they don't have due process rights that are in anyway meaningful. >> i disagree with the aclu, every now and then organizations get it wrong. so does the house republicans, every time, after sandy hook, there was a moment of silence and nothing was done. after aurora, where their own members were shot and killed by
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a criminal -- >> what was done with respect to mental health reforms? >> that's nothing, megan. here's the thing. >> this is what shocks me. >> why aren't they having a sit in about that? why isn't it all about the weapon of choice? >> the democrats will vote for a mental health bill. republicans will bring it to the floor. ask republicans to bring it to the floor. >> did democrats just reject that amendment in the senate? i'm wondering what richard is talking about? >> even in this particular case, we're talking about terror. it's not even in new town, it's a terror situation. >> that's for ben. >> the democrats are in love with the fifth amendment when hillary's aids have to play with it, they seem adverse to it, john lewis who is leading this whole protest on the floor of the house, he should know better. he's had trouble getting off the no fly list.
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>> think of that, 35 to 40 times, a u.s. congressman. it's rather irritating to get put on that list, they don't give you a heads up, and people don't want it to be used as the basis of depriving them of their ability to get put on an airplane and get a gun. >> let's work on making the terror watch list increasing the rules to get on there. in return, let's make sure that folks who are on that list, don't have the right to buy a gun. this is a -- i mean, this is a simple concept to me. omar mateen should not have been able to buy an assault rifle after being investigated by the fbi twice. he killed 50, 49 folks. and there's no answer from the republicans except a moment of silence. >> many people in america are wondering how the hell omar mateen was given a gun. >> it's because he was taken off the terror watch list. by the same fbi that lost his wife. >> the fbi is so incompetent
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that they took him off the watch list and lost his wife. >> just your ak-47. >> the difference between the ak-47. >> this is not afghanistan, this is not iraq, libya, there's no reason for you to have a weapon of war in your garage, or weapons in the taliban in. >> you don't get to tell me what weapons i do and do not get to hold. >> you know what he did, he took out his handgun and started to shoot shoot shoot shoot and shoot some more. no one's talking about banning handguns. that's never going to happen in modern day america. i don't know what the solution is either. i don't think these guys were watching here either. >> we await the pandemonium, because that sounds kind of interesting. thank you. >> we're going to keep our eye on the house and the floor and see whether chaos ensues. one major u.s. city is preparing for new trouble as the judge prepares to deliver the verdict in what could be the most significant case in the
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new fallout after 2016 hopefuls unleash their most stinging jabs. donald trump would bankrupt america and drive us back into a recession. donald trump is arguing hillary clinton is corrupt and got rich at america's expense. that is not all. >> donald trump and i disagree on a lot of things, one of them is simple math. >> hillary clinton has perfected the politics of personal profit and even theft. >> donald trump uses poor people around the world to produce his line of suits and ties. >> she gets rich, making you poor. >> we can't let donald trump bankrupt america the way he's bankrupted his casinos.
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>> she's cost trillions of dollars and thousands of lives. >> he lashed out on twit ter. >> hillary clinton may be the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the united states. >> whenever i talk about these family issues, donald trump says i'm playing the woman card. >> her campaign slogan is, i'm with her. >> you know what my response is to that, i'm with you, the american people. >> in moments we'll be joined by clinton surrogate nera tanden. bill, great to see you. you have la meanted trump's ability to stay on message over the past month, going after the hispanic judge in other moments, today, different story? >> yeah, he stayed on message
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like muhammad ali in the ring in manila. >> was the thrilla. >> those were hey makers back and forth. he hit her where she's most vulnerable, which is corruption. you have to like his speech, which is well delivered, well written, and has a line in it that says, when she was at the state department, everything went to hell except her bank account. >> what do you make of the attacks on benghazi, about how she treated chris stevens, she was asleep. this is what many republicans believe, is this an attempt to stir the base or win some more into the fold? >> i think a lot of people are disturbed about benghazi, and what's indisputable is that hillary clinton said to one of the mothers of the gentlemen slain in benghazi, that he was slain because of this video that was made. >> not just one of the mothers, a few of the families have
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claimed that, but hillary clinton has denied it? >> that's right, you're exactly right. they say she said it, why would they make it up? >> look, he was very clear and very forceful, he was on message. this is what trump can do when he decides to stick to the message. and he's had a terrible couple weeks, let's bear that in mine. with that terrible couple weeks, he's what, five points, six points behind in the cnn poll? in those battleground states, very close. >> he's tightened it. >> since the orlando terror attack, he's tightened her lead by three points. the american people seem to be reresponding to trump's message on terror. >> sure, and look what this administration is saying, that stupid redaction. now there's word that they lost mateen's wife, the attorney general saying respond to terrorism with love and compassion? i mean, who are these people? and what about this hero, mohammed malik. the kind of guy we pray exists
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who went to the fbi, and warned them about mateen. >> he heard the talk in the mosque and said, this is a bad guy, and went to the fbi arted . and the fbi still said there's no there there. i want to ask you, though, even though trump was on message today, and wowed even some of the never trumpers the other folks were saying, but pass his prolouge, and trump has shown us who he is for the better part of a year now, and are we supposed to believe that because someone wrote a great speech for him, a magical transformation has occurred? >> no, i -- i think people do believe he cares about the cun, he puts the country first, that's what motivated getting into his race, he was worried about the american dream being dead. the american people try to sort out the difference between donald trump and hillary clinton, all you hear is that the two least popular people to be their nominees in 30, 40
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years or maybe forever. what people are sorting out is the difference between a guy of whom people don't approve, and a person people don't trust. may not approve of false staff, he's a drug, a letch, a liar, he's not lady macbeth, he never is on his worse day. the comparison is not exact. but it bears up under some scrutiny. that's what people are teasing out right now. >> got it. >> if he stays on message, with the things that he is well known for caring about, i think he'll get there. >> he was hitting all those notes today. good to see you. thank you, megan. >> nera tanden, a surrogate for the presumptive democratic nominee, hillary clinton. thank you for being on the show. >> thanks for having me where you. >> anything jump out at you as something you want to take on? >> where to begin. you know, i actually thought this speech really failed in
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some fundamental levels. hillary launched a speech yesterday where she criticized trump's policies and noted that he would cause a global economic collapse, not from her words but from the words of conservative economists, 3.5 million jobs lost, according to mark zandy, he didn't answer any of those charges. he lied about her personally, and, of course, i'm sure that does feed some of his base. but in a general election. in the general election, with people in the middle, i don't think it really attracted any of them. >> what did you make of his take, he said, her campaign slogan is, i'm with her, and my campaign slogan is, i'm with you, many people across both sides of the aisle said, that was good, that was effective. he's dismantled her from saying that one any more. sending out those t-shirts. >> i don't think so, i think if you look at the speech. you look at the speeches hillary did today and the speech he did
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today, his speech was all about attacking her personally, in the most personal terms. she laid out a speech where she was talking about her plans on infrastructure, on jobs. >> she's attacked him personally, though. she's called him a fraud. >> sure, in response to what he said, but today, the difference between them is, he made this campaign about him and her. and she laid out a vision about the american people, what she will do. her solutions for them. her sometimes detailed plans about what she'll do for them. >> trump talked about china and trade, hit the clintons on nafta. >> his most detailed policy is a line in a speech. it's not how he's going to get these things done for people. it's his favorite thing to do is, we've all seen over the last year, is to have a beat attacking someone. she's laid out much more detailed plans. really, at the end of the day. >> he was going after her on corruption, and on the e-mails,
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we heard that, today was breaking news. >> he lied a lot about those issues. >> being asleep that night. >> department staffers from the associated press, wrestled for weeks over serious technical problems with then secretary clinton's home e-mail server causing them to temporarily disable the security features that left the server more vulnerable to hackers. i mean, this is going to -- >> in the meantime, pagliano plead the fifth over and over and over again in a deposition. the server is not going away being used by trump as evidence of her secrecy and willingness to throughout the rules. is that not a fair charge? >> yes, it's not a fair charge. i have to say, when donald trump, who is -- he attacked judge curiel because of trump university, a case in which he has basically conned people out of money, attacks other people's
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integri integrity, i find a ridiculous charge. you look at the state department and what's happened there, hillary's aids have been happy to comply with the investigation. she's happy to talk to anyone about this, she's had -- >> she's also said it's a security inquiry, which the director came out and said -- >> hours and hours -- she stood in front of the house republicans for 11 hours and asked and answered every question. >> i know, but you're -- my question is -- >> i have to say, given all those issues, i appreciate people are interested in these things, they should be, and she's been asked every question. she's answered every question in front of the house republicans, we've spent millions of dollars. >> she didn't meet with the state department inspector general, now we have word that the server was unprotected, that means our documents, the people's documents were unprotected. i raise it, because trump raised it today, and you know he's not
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going to stop raising it. >> of course he's not. >> you look at his experiences, what has happened with what he's doing today, the investigation he's under by the new york attorney general because of -- not what's happened to e-mails or what's happened to people, but how he has hurt real people, conned them out of money are that's not my words, that's their words, people were struggling. >> the new york ag inquiry is about whether trump university could be called a university as opposed to a school. >> he's under a civil lawsuit. >> i have to go. >> stealing from actual people. i think those issues are important to litigate as well. >> thanks for being here. we're watching the capitol right now. doesn't look like chaos, i don't know. >> would i pray for him? would i pray for my grandson? >> they're arguing over gun control. and how to protect americans, which both parties want to do, but how is a different matter. coming up in a bit, as we
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>> the prosecution first argued that officer goodson gave freddie gray a rough ride to hurt him, because he was handcuffed and shackled but not buckled. none of the city surveillance videos that captured portions of the ride show officer goodson driving erratically, and after a fellow arrestee testified it was a smooth ride, the prosecution backed off the rough ride theory and focused more on officer protocol, saying any reasonable officer would have ensured prisoner safety and gotten medical help for freddie gray. the defense countered by saying grey contributed to his own injuries. the defense went on to argue gray was belligerent, combative many the judge reminded the state that resisting arrest is
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by definition combative. the medical examiner did testify that she believes freddie gray's death was a homicide, because his injuries were so severe, on cross-examination, she admitted not having any direct evidence of what happened inside the van. if convicted, goodson is facing up to 30 years, if he's acquitted of second degree murder, experts say it will be extremely difficult to convict the other officers, remember, this is a bench trial, so the judge will deliver the verdict at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. baltimore police and the maryland national guard say they are ready for any protests, megan? >> we'll have it covered as well. thank you. >> as we watch the u.s. house, the floor to see what's happening, nothing yet, we'll take you there if anything does. mark eiglarsh, a criminal attorney and former prosecutor. and a fox news legal analyst, good to see you both, so it's
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not looking good for the prosecution's second degree murder case against officer goodson, mark? >> never looking good. now they go to rough ride. a busload of nuns? no. a video showing he merely failed to come to a complete stop at a stop sign and then drove a little to the left or right. that's my drive to work every day, it's not reckless driving, you couple that with someone in the van testifying it was a smooth ride? bye-bye. >> the prosecution has had to change its theory now. >> they promised they were going toe prove rough ride. at least this judge was mocking them. he looked at them and said, are you aware you have to prove intent on this officer's part? what did you show to prove it? >> i would be embarrassed if i were that prosecutoprosecutor, e
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just climbing out of there, don't you -- judge, can i just leave? can i have a bathroom break and get some m&m's? i would climb out of there. >> the judge said to the prosecution, you're aware that the driver who you've charged with second degree murder, stopped the van to check on him, right? >> exactly. >> stopping to make sure he had died? i mean, obviously he was trying to see if he was okay. >> it's embarrassing megan. 101 prosecution, they teach you when you're a baby prosecutor, you stick to your theory of the case. you know, hello, prosecutor, you have to have the burden of proof, you're the one that comes in there, you have to convince whether it's the jury or the judge. you have the burden of proof, not the defense, the defense could just sit there and do nothing. >> she had no business charging second degree murder in this case. she had no business bringing any of these charges against these cops. >> i'm not going to be with you tomorrow night, i have hamilton tickets. i'm telling you right now, 100% certainty, there's no second
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degree murder here, the prosecution's theory was, you should have been able to see that he had injury. wait a second, this is not one of those cases where there's a concussion, contusions, broken bones, where it's obvious, that's not the case. secondly, there is evidence, not to blame the victim, but he was in a very peaceful condition on his belly, he gets up and he put himself into a very hazardous situation that i believe ultimately what caused his death. >> that's what the other prisoner in the van said initially. he was thrashing around in the back. there's another case, a news anchor in pittsburgh named wendy bell, she has 21 emmys, two murrah awards and she's been fired after a facebook post that was construed as racist. basically, she's white, there was a mass shooting in a backyard bbq that left four people injured and six dead, in a majority black borough she
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suggested you don't have to be a criminal profiler to know who the killers were, they're young black men, likely in their teens, 20s, multiple siblings, multiple fathers, they've been in the system before, they know the police. the station said, you're gone. now, she's suing. why? >> because she was white, she was fired because she was white, she just put that on her facebook, really? she was fired over that? come on, you know it's because she was white. if this was a black anchor talking about black people in the neighborhood, she would not have been fired. and you know that's the truth. >> the lawsuit is going nowhere, megan. >> why? >> this is an at will state, they can get rid of her for any reason. >> you know that's not right, mark. >> you can get rid of her for any reason, except an illegal reason. >> she's claiming she's the victim of racism. >> it's reverse discrimination. >> you're right, if it's
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discriminationp the the station is going to say, those comments were so controversial, she would have reasonably understood we would lose advertisers, it would be so controversial. and that's good enough. >> she wasn't saying anything that was racist. >> she assumed young black men had done the crime. you. >> guys would never right what >> no response needed. >> i'm not saying she should be fired over that. >>. >> she complimented a young american busboy, saying he gave her hope, which i think also was not well received. >> if that's all she wrote, that's fine. >> even that got her in trouble. race issues are -- >> you wouldn't write it. it's great to see you both. >> speak to mark. except tomorrow when he's busy and he doesn't want to speak to any of us. up next, a chicago teacher sides with students with his students over the union bosses.
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of fox news it's "the kelly file" with megyn kelly. >> a public schoolteacher in chicago is at the center of a bitter dispute with the city's teacher union. math teacher, joseph, says he chose to practice with his chess team over a mandatory day of protests organized by the chicago teachers' union and said he was then expelled from that union. here with the story, that teacher. joseph, thank you so much for being here. you're coaching the girl's chess team, right, the chess team? >> yes. i coach both boys and girls from second grade through eighth fwr grade. >> all right. they're good. the girls are really good. they want you to strike the teachers' union, they have things they're pushing for. 54 schools have been closed, laid off 4,000 educators. they say we're going to strike one day, this is the day, april 1st you, say right before national championships, not doing it. then what happened to you? >> i got expelled.
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actually, they announced it would be a protest rally, not a strike, but the letter i received was that i violated the strike policy of the union. >> you -- >> so i understand -- >> thaen they had a hearing, thy said show up and you didn't show up because you wanted to with the students again. they said, that's it, you waive your right to defend yourself. you're at a union, you got to pay a fine. you said, i'll pay the fine but tell us how you wanted them to use your money. >> yeah, i didn't want the union to get my pay because i work for that money, but i said, okay, so you can take my money, however, i want that money to be donated to the kids because after all, we're for the kids. if the union is for the kids, then might as well use the money for the kids. >> and they wouldn't do it. from the beginning, you've been committed to these children who went on to win the national championship. yeah, i know, very nice. very nice. however, the union is ticked at you. they are really ticked. and you say you feel like you
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have been bullied here. explain. >> yes. i got nasty text messages saying that i should have joined the charter schools where there's no union. i got another message saying that i'm a disappointment to the union. and i had fellow teachers who used to smile at me, who used to greet me, but i've not been treated that way anymore after that. and they say that the -- they say that i'm a disappointment to the union. >> they're mad you went to the media. they say you didn't go to them and address your claims, but the students say they love you, and the school has come out and said this is exactly the kind of professionalism that the union should be holding up as a shining example of what it mean to be committed to these students. it's a rough area. you say it's high poverty. in any event, good for you for helping the students. we appreciate you being here with us tonight, joseph. all the best. we'll be right back.
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