lou danley is was she aware of his growing collection of pretty serious weaponry. and the money and where it was going and to whom it was going. so much we don't know. they are trying to piece it together right now. "the five" ." >> greg: i am greg gutfeld with kimberly guilfoyle, richard fowler, jesse watters, and dana perino. "the five" ." president trump and first lady melania met with victims and first responders. >> the bravery. some were badly wounded. they were badly wounded because they refused to leave. they wanted to help others. it's an incredible thing to see. this tremendous bravery. police department, incredible. the people themselves,
incredible. the believing ambulances to have someone else go because they felt they were hurt even more s so. >> greg: here is a new body cam footage from police officers from that night. [gunfire] >> go that way. go that way. go that way. >> they are shooting right at us. stay down. stay down. >> out of a window. >> get down! go that way! get out of here. there are gunshots coming from over there. go that way. go that way. [gunfire] >> greg: remember with body cams were used to capture police infractions? here they reveal men running into a hail of bullets. pure heroism.
from heroes to zeros. see this cartoon from a vermont paper? it's a pile of bodies with the caption "what happens in vegas." it reveals how detached leftists are from humanity. the paper, the bennington banner, apologized. they claim they were trying to spur debate. there is no debate. your paper sucks. speaking of pathetic attention seekers, a university professor blames trumpism for vegas. "this is what happens when they don't get what they want." the same ghoul who once called for white genocide. there seems to be more racist creeps. why send your kids to drexel? back to the heroes. home about the marine vet who stole a truck to help transport
victims from the killing field to the hospital. >> i open the door and the kids were there. i said let's go get some people. each trip was ten to 15 people. as many as we could cram in. we are trying to go down the line of the dozens and dozens of people that were already being pulled out of the street. it was really hard to pack up and leave because you can only fit so many people. there were so many people who needed help. >> greg: there is a comparison. a military hero and professor zero. one inspires some of the other repulses. i think the military offers a far better education and academia. at least in moments that matter in life, i asked myself what i have learned more in a barracks and sewed going to berkeley? the answer is yes. he read my mind, kimberly. i think of myself as a last responder because of my education. i am the run one that's runnin.
>> dana: you never really want to get better at disaster recovery. but this is a presidency that's nine months into its four years, possibly eight. i don't know whether he's growing into it but the remarks are always spot on. there's two things i've noticed. one is that when he is one-on-one with people and it's not scripted, he's really good. he always has been. in some ways at his rallies, when he's not on a teleprompter, it's almost as if he is talking to each person individually. what he did in puerto rico yesterday was that the people know, i took the time to come. i promise you we're going to be here to help, and i touched a few people individually. that means a lot. if you look at monday when he did this beach with the diplomatic reception room. after the tragedy, that was beautiful presidential oratory. today you have them at the
university medical center. he's always, he always has the first lady melania trump by his side. i could think of what it means to the people in the hospital that the president took the time to come. he spent an hour longer than he was meant to when he was there and then he is talking to the medical responders. it gets him out of the oval office. one of the things i kept thinking in the first eight months, before there was a changeover in leadership at the white house, why did they not get him out of washington? washington is not where he should be. he is not a creature of washington. he has to sort of manage the white house but once they get them out in the country, giving speeches in indiana and missouri on tax reform, traveling around to do other things. see people, he does better and i think he represents all of us well because we can't go there to the hospital. we can feel inspired by what he said today. >> greg: another piece of tape and then i will ask kimberly or thoughts. >> the example of those whose
final act was to sacrifice themselves for those they loved should inspire all of us to show more love every day for the people who grace our lives. in the months ahead, we will all have to wrestle with the horror of what has unfolded this week. but we will struggle through it together. we will endure the pain togethe together, and we will overcome together as americans. >> kimberly: i think it was a powerful moment for the president. you can feel he was speaking from his heart. there is no substitute to going to the scene, going to the place where there's a natural disaster or horrific mass shooting like in las vegas. you feel it's i think it's important for the country to see it. i'm glad he went there. for anyone to question why he went there, they would criticize
him if he didn't. absolutely the present belongs there -- the president belongs there. so tragic. the largest mass shooting in american history, it's significant and it deserves the presence and contemplation and reflection of the president. >> greg: these events reveal two sides. there are usually more heroes than zeros but the zeros are more interesting because they are bad. >> jesse: when tragedy strikes they can decide whether they want to be hero surveillance. the heroes ran toward the bullets, they donate blood, money, console victims. the veil and seek to divided set of unite. exploit this for personal gains, financial gain. they write silly cartoons. it's a mess. social media and tv has a way of holding up a mirror to this country because it shows who the real haters are. professions professors blaming e
men. when there is a terrorist attack, does he blame all muslims? of course not. hillary clinton demonized the second amendment, struck the wrong note. the cbs executive says she has no sympathy for these victims. even cnn said the only way reason he rushed to vegas with because he is a hotel there. it's really disgusting. the press can't them on the polarization of the country and then turn around at the same time and contribute to it. if you are going to blame trump for charlottesville or mock melania's heels for harvey or lie about the puerto rico recovery or saying every member of congress is complicit in the shooting death of 59 people, you can't do that. the media spends five years denigrating law enforcement. some stories were fake news. other stories, there are some bad apples and i have to admit that but now is an opportunity for the media to tell those heroic stories and sing the
praises of law enforcement. not just the police but the emts, s.w.a.t. teams. the media has so many resources they can bring to bear towards the tragedy. especially the networks. you see there is an appetite out there, especially what we saw in texas, to hear stories of personal bravery. instead of spotlighting the great stories, that are the real america, they are focused on the bitterness and divisiveness of the country. that's what you see, but that's not the real america. >> greg: richard, is your mother a nurse? >> richard: she is. >> greg: when you look at the first responders in the hospital what's happening, it must mean something. >> richard: it absolutely does. i like to take these moments to shout out to the individuals. we saw the president today with the police and the emts. a lot of these health care professionals are still working and dealing with the 400, 500
victims still in the hospital. a big shout out to the health care professionals still working at university medical center, sunrise, saint rosa. they have campuses in las vegas dealing with many victims, some nurses are working five shifts to deal with it. the volume of patients. big shout out to them. they are true american heroes, in my book. >> greg: they probably aren't sleeping. >> richard: not at all. >> dana: i think at the university medical hundred, a friend of mine has a friend who just got his residency last week and started bear. his first on-duty monday, this is, or sunday night, this is what happened. >> richard: i think no one really knows the toll it takes on individuals. my mom was part of the irma team in miami, and she slept on the
floor in the hospital. when the hospital ran out of power, they were still there. they do yeoman's work. they are still doing the same kind of work in puerto rico. >> greg: i go back to the bennington banner. it's a small paper of southern vermont. they have apologized. when i find interesting about their apologies they regret it. they said they were trying to spur debate because they felt that nothing ever gets done after this. i could see if someone says we were making a sick joke. okay. but when you justify a sick joke by saying we are politically superior. we are coming from a politically superior point of view, therefore we felt this was appropriate. we realize we are wrong because of the outcry. >> dana: can i ask you, if you were in publishing, would you have apologized? >> greg: that never would have run. i have a sick sense of humor. but i -- i look at that and go, it's a terrible cartoon. i would -- if i owned that paper, i would have fired the
editor. >> jesse: it is a terrible paper. we had some run-ins with the bennington banner when i was working on the o'reilly show. they would side against rape victims. they were giving soft sentences to child rapists. we confronted the editors, they wouldn't justify the editorials. it safe range far left paper. it doesn't surprise me that they would run such an offensive cartoon. i don't even buy, the justification. they thought it was cute and they ran it and they got called out survey apologized. >> greg: the drexel thing, i didn't mention his name on purpose. he has a history of doing these inflammatory things. i am assuming he has tenure. to >> dana: this cbs lawyer got fired. he probably got a raise, a bonus in academia. >> richard: that's the ideal of academia.
you get tenured, and your job is to do research and -- the reason why say it is because 30 years ago when people were like, gay people were like they -- they d get married. that was blasphemous. now we are in 2017. the point i am making is the reason why there is university tenure is to protect these academics to say things. that someone find offensive. >> jesse: i think everybody finds that offensive. >> greg: times change. i don't think his bosses of the college are going, that's for twitter. i think he basically thinks he can do this. >> kimberly: they use it as an excuse to get away with it. they have poor judgment. they are morally depraved and disgusting. >> greg: when kimberly says there is no excuse for you, it's pretty bad.
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>> jesse: for girlfriend of the las vegas gunmen return to the u.s. overnight from the philippines. she could provide crucial clues as to why stephen paddock open fire on a crowd of thousands sunday night. marilou danley's sisters claimed she had no knowledge of her boyfriends deadly plot. >> i know she didn't know anything. she was sent away. she was sent away so that she will be not there. >> jesse: trace gallagher with the latest live from vegas. >> marilou danley, we can tell you has been in the fbi offices in los angeles for the better part of five hours. we cannot confirm she has been interviewed for that long but she certainly is still inside the building. we should also note this is a voluntary interview for her. she has been listed as a person of interest and she does have her lawyer on hand in the interviews but this is a voluntary thing. the fbi saying she is welcome to come and go as she pleases.
the experts are telling us what the fbi's focusing on is stephen paddock's mental state. what was he like in the weeks leading to the shooting before she left for the philippines? his political affiliations, religious beliefs, anything that can point them in the direction of the unknown motive and maybe they want to find out more about what groups he has spoken with, individuals he might've spoken with in the weeks and months leading up to the crime. they also would be very interested to find out about her knowledge of this vast arsenal of weapons found inside the home in mesquite, the home in reno which are both homes she lived in with stephen paddock and what knowledge she had about the explosives and ammunition and all that stuff. her sisters think the reason she was sent away to the philippines is because she would have tried to stop him from conducting the shooting. the fbi may probe into that as well. we should tell you the fbi interview could go anywhere from
five, six, seven, eight hours. it's unclear if she's going to come back to las vegas. she could be there for a few days. the new pictures of the guns stephen paddock had inside the mandalay bay hotel room. these are some of the semiautomatic weapons they are. this is an idea of some of the 23 weapons he had in there. we know from alcohol, tobacco, and firearms that at least 12 of those weapons were equipped with a bump stop, the mechanism that turns the trigger close to an automatic weapon. it keeps it perpetually engaged, firing between 40800 bullets per minute. they will check out that as wel well. we should note we will be outside the fbi offices so when marilou danley walks out we will be there to greet her if she is talking to the media. >> jesse: thank you, trace. kimberly, six hours being
interviewed by the fbi. i can't imagine what that is like. what kind of questions would you be asking this girlfriend? >> kimberly: i think what's going to be important is to see whether she is making consistent statements, text messages, that she's seen relatives and try to see if she's being truthful with respect to her relationship with him, in terms of what she knew, when she was present and whether she had information or assisted him or purchased under her name. anything like that. there were some information that a credit card perhaps was left in the room that identified her. they did say she came here on her own. as you see the statements now from her relatives that we've
been hearing some of the sound on tape of that in terms of what did she tell them about the relationship? did she discuss the weapons or ammunition? it seems that family is trying to lay the narrative that he must've sent her away because he knew he was going to do this and therefore didn't want her to be dragged into it. there's also the whole financial aspect in terms of saying okay at one point was he sending the money? how much of her wet period of time? did he send more money to a number of different accounts, the relatives. where did she say he was employed or he told her. there's a lot of questions they're going to have a mayor will probably bring her back in for further questioning. the thing that was smart was cooperating with the authorities and try to hurry up and get back here. i had any friends and associates that he hung around with, anyone he was talking to, communicating to. especially that if there is evidence scrubbed from his devices. seemed savvy as it relates to those things. >> jesse: those are great points, kimberly. what does your gut tell you about the girlfriend, richard? >> richard: i don't know. i haven't heard her voice, i
don't have a determination. i am not kimberly guilfoyle. i am no prosecutor. i think i want to hear her voice and hear her side of the story. right now, my gut tells me. thinking he could be crazy. he sent me away. he was a psycho, i didn't know that. i think that's possible. you see cases where they had a secret life. we will have to see with the fbi finds out. >> jesse: it's definitely plausible. we are hearing reports he purchased 33 guns in the last year, dana. >> dana: they say there was 12 in the room with the bump stocks. i would be curious if they can do any sort of financial trace back. i assume you deal in cash when you are buying these types of weapons but i don't know. also with her, i kind of don't buy it that she had no idea. the fbi has said they think he
was planning this for two months. he had all those weapons in these two homes. and then she leaves. i'm not saying she's legally culpable by any means. but it doesn't seem plausible to me. >> kimberly: she is knowing more than she is saying. >> jesse: they are going to find out. greg gutfeld. >> greg: i don't think it is the lady who's going to give you the information. it's going to be the laptop. we have to figure out what he was doing, what he was searching for. what if this guy just wanted to what if this guy just wanted to beat a record? how bizarre that would be if there was no agenda. if there was no mission, if he wasn't radicalized. if he didn't hate trump supporters. everybody, including myself, i want a reason so badly. but what if he was just trying to feed her record. the other thing i was thinking about, the tower shooter in texas.
a normal guy, climbed a water tower, killed a bunch of people. they opened up his skull and found a massive brain tumor resting on an area that affected his behavior. what happens if it something like that? what happens if we never know? that's the freakiest thing. if this goes away without any kind of closure, it's going to drive us nuts. >> richard: i have an eerie feeling that an s going to show up, to a police department or a random new station. he could have sent a letter, an oklahoma new station gets a letter. telling you is manifesto. >> jesse: hopefully we find that. the left has stepped up its push for more gun control in america, but some democratic lawmakers are remaining silent on the subject. there is a reason. next. ♪
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♪ >> dana: at the right has been criticized often by the left by attempting to block the gun control debate. watch. >> they say it's inappropriate to be talking about it because it's too soon. well, maybe it's too soon for you because deep down inside, you know in your heart, you know you bear some responsibility. >> the president and many republicans want to put up the -- put off a discussion on gun laws. they figured now was not the time though there will never be a time. they can't handle a conversation. >> 159 people lie dead, it's not political will. this is a very deliberate, well rehearsed series of things the republicans, who are doing the work of the nra rollout. >> dana: the argument may not be as black-and-white as they
think. some red state democrats have not come out for more gun control in the wake of those shooting and they probably won' won't. it's not as clear cut. when you are talking about gun control, facts versus emotion. today in "the washington post" there was a writer who did an op-ed which used to work for 5:30 eight. she said she was for gun control but as she analyzed statistics, nothing led her to evidence that would support gun control changes. >> greg: i plead with people who have emotional arguments like jimmy kimmel. it's a purely emotional and incorrect argument. he impugns people who disagree, he impugns people who read these articles and know the facts. i spend hours on this stuff and i love debating on guns. if you use facts instead of feelings, you find you may have to make the switch because your feelings are going to evaporate and you're not going to have anything left. emotional arguments with her.
they are attractive but data beats emotions. i wish there was data that said this is what caused this. if it is the bump stocks, ban them. i am for that. that's the only thing that might be different. "the washington post" article is powerful because that was a reporter who changed her mind because she was going everything was a dead-end. she could see. the irony is that some people are so distrustful of trump that they only want the government to have guns. how does that make any sense? >> dana: peggy noonan who always seems to have her finger on the pulse of america. >> there is a sense society is collapsing, culture is collapsing. the world is collapsing. crazy people with bad haircuts have nukes. everything is going bad. terrorism et cetera. they want to be fully armed. at home. and you can say the same thing you do.
they are americans and they want to go down fighting. >> dana: always interesting to hear her perspective. steve i think she has a good sense of things, tapping into the pulse of where the country is going, the current mood and emotion. the trajectory. i think she's right, there are so much, when you wake up in the morning, it's frightening. people feel like things are not within their control and they think, a sense of self-preservation, not because they love president trump where they are crazy right wing. they are people with families, they want to protect. they want to feel safe in their homes. they feel like the world is an unsafe place right now. there is evidence to support that with the things we are covering in the news. >> greg: how different is that from what president obama said? cling to your guns and religion. and we all yelled at obama for
that. >> jesse: president obama was the nra's greatest salesman. gun sales skyrocketed under his administration. there's a lot of domestic terrorism in the last eight years, and a lot of economic instability. then the president always threatening to come after guns. that's a problem too. you brought up these wedge issues. the democrats lost that issue. they won on gay marriage but they lost on guns. they can cry about it all they want but they don't have the votes. a lot of the senators, north dakota or missouri, montana, democratic senators. they are not going to vote to crack down on the second amendment. hillary clinton went after bernie sanders during the debates for being too pro-gun.
he understands that because he is from a rural state in vermont. the polling doesn't help the democrats. 48% of american households owned guns. 50% of americans say the government is doing too much to take away their second amendment rights. i think the nra has a better favorability rating then congress right now. i agree with greg. bump stocks might have to be looked at. i am also willing to look at background checks and mentally ill people having access to gun guns. the issue with guns is similar to the issue with abortion, with democrats. any small infringement on abortion, they go crazy. any small infringement on the second amendment, conservatives go crazy. there is no bipartisanship. >> dana: richard, i want to ask you, with the democrats be willing to look at something narrow? if it is bump stocks. >> richard: i think they will. i'm proud of jesse, he seems to be moving to background checks. i think that's very noble. >> greg: this guy would have passed them. >> richard: my argument is and i said this earlier today. we need to have a larger conversation. my problem with this psycho in this particular instance and in the alexandria shooting with the congressman come my problem is.
i am not the biggest supporter -- i don't have a law enforcement flag in my front yard. when these people are out gunning law enforcement, we should be concerned as americans. in alexandria, they had more bullets than law enforcement. sometimes americans can say you are -- when you have 47 weapons between three houses and high-capacity magazines and rifles and you have the ability to penetrate police armor, there problematic. i'm not saying we need to have sweeping gun changes. what do we do to make sure you don't have 47 weapons. >> jesse: it is hard to say the state is out of control and police people.
saying we need to make sure every citizen -- >> richard: when the s.w.a.t. team is outgunned by one loon, we have a problem. >> dana: totally outgunned. i'm getting yelled at. coming up, why secretary tillerson was forced to reiterate his commitment to president trump. we will explain next. prudential asked these couples: how much money do you think you'll need in retirement? then we found out how many years that money would last them. how long do you think we'll keep -- oooooohhh! you stopped! you're gonna leave me back here at year 9? how did this happen? it turned out, a lot of people fell short, of even the average length of retirement. we have to think about not when we expect to live to, but when we could live to. let's plan for income that lasts all our years in retirement. prudential. bring your challenges.
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consideration in my mind to leave. i serve at the appointment of the president and i am here for as long as the president feels i can be useful to achieving his objectives. >> kimberly: then we heard from the president. >> it was fake news. it was a totally phony story. thank you very much. it was made up. it was made up by nbc. they just made it out. >> kimberly: he says nbc is worse than cnn. cnn is like yay, someone worse than us. >> greg: i have been working. maybe it's fake. i have been working 30 years every slow day. every single day i'm on the verge of resigning. over anything. if you are an intense person and you care about doing a good job, you're willing to quit at any time. every one of us probably goes, like, they didn't let me do that story. i've had it. or they are making me do this story, i've had it. that's how people think.
it just feels good. maybe there was some name-calling. that's what happens. this is not like they be games in a bathtub of balls. thinking of the ball pit at mcdonald's. >> kimberly: the control room is like what? >> dana: you are coming for me next, aren't you? >> kimberly: give us the daily briefing. >> dana: it was remarkable rex tillerson felt he needed to talk to the press because he hasn't been talking to the press very much at all. he's a reluctant media spokesperson. he doesn't like to do that but obviously this morning he thought i'm going to have to go out. i thought one thing he did was interesting. he was talking about washington, d.c., and said i am not from here. i don't understand how you people do business. i'm going to work on the fact that we have kim jong un and iran and these other issues. i'm going to do that in i will
leave the gossip to you. i'm telling you it didn't happen, and i think the president probably appreciated the fact he was willing to so strongly say so. >> kimberly: heather nauert came out making a pretty definitive statement. >> dana: she was asked a follow-up question. rex tillerson didn't answer the question of whether he had called the president a moron. there was more speculation about that. she at the press briefing said that did not happen. he didn't call the president a moron. >> kimberly: jesse, what do you make of the situation? is there a rift? >> jesse: who knows. i don't know anymore. either rex called trump a moron or it's fake news. it's one of those two things. honestly, if he called him a moron, it's not a smart thing to do. >> dana: may be he said we
need more on this topic. >> richard: that is a spin. that is press secretary spend. >> dana: still god hates. >> jesse: you know that moron, that's the way you talk about your friend, total moron but i love the guy. you guys talk about me like that all the time. no, still. >> kimberly: >> richard: i found this remarkable. won't defend his tweets, won't defend his charlottesville statements. the president is here and i'm over here. i think he has a hard job.
♪ >> richard: since the shooting spree in las vegas, safety at the strip is at an all-time high. metal detectors and bag screenings. jason aldean said "something has changed in this country in the world. it's a scary thing to see. this world has become the kind of place i am afraid to raise my children in." >> kimberly: it's a natural reaction to such a violent and traumatic experience. when you think about he was there and he is looking out of these people, seeing his friend friends. he is looking out, they are holding up their iphones, singing "god bless america." on his watch, this happens and
he sees sheer horror happening right in front of him, people getting shot, murder, loss of life. so many young people and young mothers. of course he is thinking that because it's that traumatic. he's probably going to need serious therapy. >> greg: i cited earlier. this is on the learning curve, death from above offering a glimpse into the future. you can imagine open-air spaces being vulnerable to drones armed with anthrax or any kind of device. how do protect against it? there should be as an industry as vast as the entertainment industry, media and academia that teaches these skills. you should major in it. you should be well-paid. this is a new way, a sniper attack from above. >> dana: if we decide there are going to beat metal detectors at hotels, it should be the individual hotels
decision. not the government yet unless as a society we decide we need to go that direction. israel lives that way. it adds a different dimension to your life. it would be a big adjustment but it would have to be something collective. for now i think about how this has to do it on their own, it's fine. >> jesse: the more bad guys hit soft targets, the more people like aldean is going to be scared to live in a country like this. i don't think we need metal detectors in every hotel. i hope this is a temporary thing by the wynn. i understand maybe a week or two or three you have metal detectors. if you are going to slow down business in a place like the wynn hotel in las vegas and everyone is going to have to pass through like they are going to the airport, it's going to ruin the experience. >> greg: i don't mind the metal detectors. no drug sniffing dogs. >> richard: we can't cower or shake in our boots about these cycles. las vegas will recover and so will america. we'll continue to live, laugh,
concert and they were 100 yards from the stage when the gunman opened fire. keri tragically died and her husband's arms. you can visit my twitter page to learn more about her and how you can help her family. this young man, much like my father had to deal with my brother and i when our mother died. i hope they know how wonderful their mother is. i want to say happy birthday to my son. he is 11 years old today. happy birthday, ronan. i will be out tomorrow for his birthday. >> jesse: i want to show you a picture of a guy named jonathan smith. straight up american hero. he was at the concert when the
shooting happened. he was there with family. he ended up saving thousands of lives. he yelled "active shooter, active shooter." brought people to shave safety. he got shot. doctors left the bullet and for now. let's take a listen. >> it was like a heavy punch to my arm. at that point, my whole body spun around. i hit the gravel. i did what any human would do in that situation. what i do it again? i would. >> jesse: jonathan smith, thank you very much. >> dana: take a listen to this this. >> ♪ there's not a stone left unturned ♪ ♪ >> dana: this was a show in
vegas. it's called love is greater than hate. also announced former president obama, bush 43, clinton, bush 41, quarter to headline conference to benefit hurricane victims. >> greg: podcast tonight is interesting with a professor. we discussed vegas and the future of drones and warfare. >> richard: i want to give a shout out to a 24 nurses and health care professionals joining with electricians, engineers on a flight donated by united airlines that left newark today on its way to puerto rico to assist outside of san juan in the countryside to help puerto rico get back on track. the flight included 30,000 pounds of emergency
relief supplies. shout out to those union workers doing good work for the people of puerto rico. >> greg: set your dvrs, never miss an episode of "the five" ." "special report" is next. >> bret: president trump years from the victims and first responders during a visit to las vegas. as comfort arrives in the form of a ship to puerto rico. and the administration asks congress for billions more in hurricane aid, plus the president and secretary of state forcefully call out fake news. this is "special report" ." welcome to washington. i am bret baier. incredible, amazing, indescribable. some words president trump used today after meeting with patients, doctors and nurses and first responders from sunday's shooting in las vegas that killed 59 people and injured hundreds more. new