♪ >> kimberly: i am kimberly guilfoyle with juan williams, jesse watters, dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five." a lot of breaking developments today on the sexual misconduct scandal is rocking the country. charlie rose has been fired by cbs and pbs. multiple allegations by former staffers. the longest-serving member of the house is now under scrutiny. michigan congressman john conyers admits to the harassment complaint against him in 2015 but denies the allegations were
true. al franken keeping a low profile after a second woman comes forward with groping allegations. and then there was this. president trump commenting publicly earlier about alabama senate candidate roy moore. he is not calling for him to drop out of the race. >> i can tell you one thing for sure. we don't need a liberal person in there, a democrat, jones. i've looked at his record. it's terrible on crime. he denies it. look, he denies it. if you look at what is really going on a new look at all the things that have happened over the last 48 hours, he totally denies it. i will be letting you know next week. i can tell you you don't need somebody who is soft on crime, like jones. roy moore denies it. that's all i can say. he denies it. women are very special. i think it's a very special time because a lot of things are coming out, and i think that's good for our society, and i
think it's very, very good for women. i'm very happy a lot of these things are coming out, and i'm very happy. i'm very happy it's being exposed. i don't want to speak for al franken. i don't know what happened. i just heard about conyers 2 minutes ago. as far as franken is concerned, he's going to have to speak for himself. >> kimberly: okay, the president making public comments on this now, saying roy moore, greg, denies the allegations. so he is -- also sharing the sentiment that his daughter ivanka trump, being used in a campaign ad against roy moore by his opponent. >> greg: i don't know where to start. in the beginning there was charlie rose. he is clearly the oldest. the fact the whole thing with charlie rose is so strange that he would, like, force coworkers or young people to view him naked. he would walk around the
apartment naked. and now as americans we have to see that in our head as well. all i can see is one of those hairless cats on hind legs smoking a pipe. >> kimberly: all right, i am really glad i went to you. >> greg: you shouldn't have gone to me. all this stuff is happening so fast, and there's all these different types and we are not prioritizing which is which. this guy has five luxury homes. he worked for public broadcasting. did our taxes pay for this guy's? >> jesse: you're saying that's the real scandal? >> greg: no, this is also bad. people act like the stuff with franken is new. all you have to do was go up on youtube and look up howard stern's interview with him. this was not a secret. he talked about it. >> kimberly: dana, where do we go for here? what did you think of the president's messaging? he didn't go so far as to say he was going to campaign for
roy moore. >> dana: i think he all but said he's going to campaign for him. what's he going to do now? he has already crossed the threshold. i also think it's a heck of an argument to be -- you are right on the cost of having tax reform done. before the election, before roy moore is voting on. you have the chance to get tax reform done without him regardless and you actually really good messaging, and you have members of congress all talking on the same wavelength. everybody is working hard in your favor. we are in the middle of this society-altering hurricane. and he didn't need to step into the middle of it today, but he did. and now there is no going back. i hope he will give people a pass because every single republican is going to be asked, do you agree with president trump on roy moore? and they are going to have to
make their own decisions. if they say no, i hope he understands it's going to be the way it is. it's not personal but it's the decision they made. the rnc has already walked away from him. there is no money. so now all of a sudden the president is saying maybe i will go and campaign for him. i think this is something he didn't need to do but now having done it, there will be consequences for it. it doesn't mean roy moore won't win. it's likely he could win in alabama. the thing is, also on doug jones, his opponent, i don't accept that he is weak on crime. i would say the stronger argument for a lot of people in alabama is that he is very pro-choice. so if you care about reproductive rights, you would probably want to go ahead and vote for doug jones. but if you are a pro-life person, and there is many of them in alabama, then roy moore would be your choice because if you are a single issue voter, i think it's that. i don't think it's necessarily
crime. >> kimberly: might have picked a different tack. >> dana: i definitely think if you want to go against -- if you want to run against of jones and you want to figure out the issue to focus on, maybe they are message testing and it tells them it's crime, but his background doesn't back that up. given all he's done as a former u.s. attorney, prosecuting. i do expect president trump will go and campaign for him. >> kimberly: jesse, what do you make of the president's statement? >> jesse: stunning development. he went from extremely toxic two weeks ago, moore, ten out slightly less toxic. not fully endorsing him but not not endorsing him at all. looks like it's a free-for-all, like dana said, the rnc. he is raising money independent of the rnc and the prediction markets are predicting that
roy moore does win. if you listen to what the president said, if you deny the allegations, you get the benefit of the doubt and politics. that's a strange barometer i think. going forward, it's very different and politics versus the private sector. the private sector, the mere accusation, goodbye. in politics, you either get sent to an ethics committee. maybe you pull an endorsement, but the guy will still be alive. right now, it comes down to pure, raw power politics. do we want to keep the senate majority, republicans are thinking? or do we want to take the moral high ground and maybe save face and fight for another day. that's the calculation all of these republicans have to make by themselves. >> kimberly: juan, were you surprised by the president's comments? >> juan: i was surprised on several levels. one is, just on a human level, i mean, it fits my daughter, 14 years old?
i mean, come on. let's do away with the tribal political thing. i'm a republican. i've got to back this guy. wait a minute. you are an evangelical in alabama who was going to support a candidate supposedly messing around with a 14-year-old. >> dana: they don't believe the women. >> juan: i don't care. one of the women went on "the today show" ." >> dana: i'm not saying i don't believe them. >> juan: these are credible charges, serious charges. i believe you have the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell saying i believe the women. that's a serious step. jesse was talking about the political calculus. at some level, you've got to stop and say wait a minute. i am my human being. a 14-year-old woman. or young women. he said generally i didn't mess around with younger -- what is going on? when people can't see something so obvious sitting in front of
them. it's alarming to me. but let me pick up in general. i think the president, this is the way i felt when he tweeted about al franken. on a political level, why is he doing that? it opens the door to charges about him and questions about him. greg said you have to go back and listen to franken on howard stern. go back and listen to donald trump on howard stern. >> greg: 1999. >> juan: you have these cases sitting there. so everybody is going to go back and say wait a minute. donald trump now is some sort of -- he has no moral authority on this issue. >> greg: the difference i guess, when franken was on stern, they talked about the things he did. he had problems trying to defend it. it is just sitting there. >> juan: so is trump's stuff sitting there. the big republican argument is
that the american people elected him. actually hasn't been litigated. nobody has sat down and gone through this, but now you are because i think there's a dozen-plus women who charges against the president. one final point, this is really about republican infighting. steve bannon has stayed by judge moore's side. kay ivey, the governor, alabama republican party stayed by his side. i find it bizarre but it's true. the national republican party understands this will be hung around their neck's for all time and they understand will be damaging to them. >> kimberly: we don't have time to run the sound bite but let's talk about the reaction, what you thought of the women of "snl," they came out to support al franken in light of these allegations. >> dana: i have mixed feelings about that. if they weren't coerced into signing their names onto something or intimidated into signing their names on something
or let's say you didn't sign it and you were intimidated that way, i'm not for that. at all. i don't think that's right. i'm also concerned, this idea that if you deny it, then you're going to be fine. conyers did the same. wait, what about, there's actually a settlement. oh, right, that's what you're talking talking about. if you are a woman who feels like you've been wronged and something bad happened to you, why would you come forward? because if you know the man is going to deny it and they are going to be fine, then your reputation as the one that's going to suffer. i don't like any of this but i also go back to this is truly a society-altering event. we joked this morning, talking about -- i kind of joked. putting together the show for this afternoon. what are we going to lead with? i said wait until this afternoon and there will be something bigger. sure enough. there is another person from disney stepping down amid allegations. i don't know if we need a new
definition of what actual harassment is. i think it's interesting that so many companies are waiting until the news story they know is coming before they actually do something. but i hope that for the women that have decided to come forward with true allegations, that they feel they can get some restitution. and i don't mean reparations necessarily but something that will quiet their minds so they can move on with their lives in a healthier way and not have to have this hanging over them. a locked of these people, if they are victimized, they carry it through their lives. you see it over and over again with people who have been victimized that end up having problems later on because they didn't deal with it then. hopefully there's enough companies out there, including congress, they need to change their laws so you don't need to wait 180 days. if you can have a mediation. by that time, you might as well quit and move on or you get fired, which is what happened
for the young woman who worked for charlie rose. >> greg: we talk about victims, and we talk about this in a very broad way, but if we don't have a systematic assessment of accusations, then the spectrum from a bad joke at a bar or a clumsy pass to all out assault becomes part of this whole world. it does not benefit the victims. the victim of serious stuff who was lumped together with a victim if someone makes a joke. it doesn't benefit the victim or the accused. categories are important because as piggish as al franken's, he is not weinstein. and as stupid and creepy as glen thrushes, he's no james toback. we have to separate the accusations, maybe allow for a defense. why not? and then addressed the capacity for change if somebody says that's the way they were and they are not that way anymore. we talk about a forgiving society. certainly the media isn't.
the media will eat their own for a story. >> dana: and they are. >> kimberly: greg brings up a great point. for due process, some kind of adjudication or understanding of the merits of what is true and what isn't. when i see it juxtaposed with the court of law. you get a trial, a jury by your peers. you get to the able to put on the defense and do a proper investigation. >> jesse: that's what makes it difficult. it's not in the legal system. the he said-she said. a lot of this happens alone, one-on-one. the only lesson i can say off the top of my head, where do we learn? if you are a woman and you feel like you have been inappropriate properly touched or grouped or you feel sexually harassed or abused in any way in any setting, you immediately, immediately have to come forward and tell someone. tell a girlfriend, tell a boyfriend. tell a superior. make a complaint with h.r..
cannot say anything and let weeks and months and years pass by, everybody's memories go haywire and people don't believe you as much. it comes out of the blue, people question the timing and there is no way to corroborate anything. that's my advice. >> kimberly: it is not that easy sometimes. >> jesse: i understand why people don't come forward immediately. >> juan: i think in the charlie rose, people went to the supervisor. she says she wished she had done a better job of speaking up for these young woman. in the trump case, women said they went right away and said something and trump by his own language said he was grabbing women. this is his own language. >> kimberly: a new setback for president trump and his crackdown on sanctuary cities. that's next.
blocked that order. u.s. district court judge william oracle of california ruled the white house does not have the authority to impose conditions on spending already approved by congress. the administration fired back saying the court exceeded its authority in the justice department will vindicate the president's lawful authority to direct the executive branch on this matter, so here we go again on sanctuary cities. the justice department is saying they will appeal this ruling and see if they can get to a resolution. it's highly predictive in these cases, especially on sanctuary cities or immigration that is based on party line vote, and since this is in california, it's not a surprise to you. >> kimberly: no, not a surprise. i know the judge. he's a very bright man. nevertheless, he very decidedly proactively in the liberal lane. he is a big democratic supporte supporter. use to fund raise and support for president of barack obama. no surprise here.
with the ninth circuit, this is the way they rule. not going to be in favor of what president trump is doing, especially as it relates to sanctuary cities or illegal immigration. raised 200,000 in contributions for the obama campaign. in 2,004, he raised money for john kerry, very involved with those groups. so i think in this case, we're going to have to wait for it to be up on appeal. >> dana: he was saying on the merits, that the president doesn't have a right to deny city funds when it was congress' intent they get the funds. isn't the real answer here not just waiting for supreme court decision by getting congress to pass a different law if that's what they want. >> juan: right. if congress wants to path different law, they can. if we start looking at the federal judiciary as controlled by partisan politics, you have a lot to say about neil gorsuch, even john roberts, i don't look
at it that way. i think these people have some integrity in the ideas this had been an injunction, blocked now and confirmed by the ruling by judge orrick. president trump now goes to the justice department as if he is the king and says oh, yeah, this is what i want. doesn't matter what the congress wants, doesn't matter what the courts say. doesn't matter that we have checks and balances and the courts are exercising some restraint. >> dana: it could get messy because the president has the right to protect the country, and he is saying from a policy perspective, he doesn't believe that if sanctuary cities are not complying with federal law, they shouldn't get the money regardless of congressional intent. this is happening while we have closing arguments in the kate steinle case. >> jesse: national security argument, bringing up in front of the supreme court or if you want to kick it to congress, they have the power of the purse
to deny the funding. that's fine. i'm going to prebut juan. they did a study in a liberal institution in california. crime is higher in sanctuary cities, marginally. not a lot. >> juan: [laughs] >> jesse: marginally. in phoenix, when they got rid of their sanctuary city policy, violent crime and property crime dropped dramatically. yes, we are following the kate steinle case closely, and i believe it's now in the hands of the jurors. this could come at any day. >> dana: maybe early next week week. greg gutfeld, anything? >> greg: absolutely not. no, no, no. imagine if a judge blocked an order to enforce a gun law. there was a gun law. no, we are going to let people violate the gun law, whether it's bump stocks, automatic weapons will, whatever.
the left, their brains would fry like sunnyside up eggs. sanctuary cities exist on the backs of the border patrol. the border patrol risks their lives. if they worked there, sanctuary cities would be a hell pit. if you don't have a lock on your front door, then all the other doors must be locked. sanctuary cities and their backers mooch off the lives and deaths of law enforcement. >> juan: we do have the supreme court ruled that you have gun rights confirmed, second amendment rights. but what are you saying? >> greg: i i imagine judge saying a gun-control law, a lot of it says you can have this, but a judge says sanctuary city, you can walk around with automatic -- >> jesse: it did happen with gay marriage. roy moore refused to enforce federal law when it comes to gay marriage and he was run out
of there. are you saying you support judge roy moore? it is the same thing. locally, that's what these precincts are doing. san francisco. it's a great analogy. >> juan: the last time -- this is why -- don't party with gutfeld. the psychedelics are affecting you. >> dana: juan with a flash forward. ahead, "newsweek" attempts to get attention bike comparing president trump to killer charles manson. it worked. the backlash next. me running all over the country in search of our big idaho potato truck. but not any more. i am done with that. ooh, ooh hot - just gonna stay home on the farm, eat a beautiful idaho potato, and watch tv with my dog... tv anncr: the big idaho potato truck pulled into town today and it's really a sight to see. oh man...let's go....
it's now a thinly pressed carcass of mind vomit. their latest, an article called "how murder charles manson and donald trump used language to gain followers." hold on. isn't that what "newsweek" does, use language to gain followers? isn't that what most of matthews does, "the new york times," isn't that what we all do? does that make "newsweek" like manson? imagine how the story came about. a group of young editors, close to my age, early 30s. >> kimberly: [laughs] >> greg: sitting around and looking for any idea to take a naked charlie rose off their minds. now they know they are one paycheck away from opening a cat sitting business in brooklyn. finally a cretin says let's compare manson to trump. relieved, they break for lunch: vegan wraps and green tea. good for them.
you want people to click on your website, saying trump is manson beats all-comers. in the article, the admit trump isn't really manson. they didn't buy it and they don't expect you to buy it. "newsweek" is now the saddest sideshow. the sign reads "see the caterpillar man" and it's just a junkie and a sleeping bag. even they know they are peddling tripe. even an editor has to eat. they don't have words, but they do have manson. >> dana: so weird. >> greg: it is weird. >> dana: i loved "newsweek" too, growing up. does this sound more like a phd dissertation that a news article? you can thank me when you get your phd that i gave you that idea. they didn't have specifics on what manson may have told followers but argued it was
probably similar to the rhetoric of other cult leaders used. maybe it's what people used it to try to get them to follow them. president obama appealed to people's emotions. >> greg: are you comparing obama to manson? >> dana: yes, i am. how is that, america? >> greg: all of my thunder. any leader, you can apply it to anybody. any tv personality, like myself, quite persuasive and influential. >> jesse: any politician is guilty of being charismatic and preying on people's emotions. they do this with all republicans. they have compared trump to hitler, isis, o.j. simpson. you go to your editor. you say i have a republican and we're going to link him to something evil. the editor says give me three paragraphs. you could do it to hillary. she is teflon. she gets away with everything. o.j. is like hillary. see how easy that was?
does that get me into "newsweek"? >> greg: juan, what happened to "newsweek"? i knew it was trying to beat time. "time" was always more successful. "newsweek" was always the little brother. then there was the creepy u.s. news & world report. it was like a boring version, the boring third brother. like jan brady. greg brady was a time and peter was "newsweek." explain my thoughts. >> jesse: >> juan: best collegee universe. that's u.s. news. "newsweek," i don't know. i will say, you guys break it down as a partisan attack on president trump, and actually i thought it was interesting. they are saying charismatic language. trump's use of language is interesting. he speaks in very emotive terms. he uses very simple words. make america great again would be a prime example. lock her up. very simple. >> dana: how is that different
from hope and change? >> juan: that is not the heart and soul of an obama speech. >> greg: remember how boring his speeches were? >> juan: i think he was a fine speaker. >> greg: trump is the greatest speaker ever. >> juan: no. his demographic, a lot of people who didn't graduate from college. >> kimberly: oh, my goodness. no, no, no. >> jesse: i love the poorly educated. >> kimberly: that is very insulting. that is not true. >> juan: the guy's use of language is fantastic. it's made him president of the united states. >> kimberly: a very successful american entrepreneur as well. now people are just jealous he's been able to connect with people and he hasn't been trapped by worrying about being politically correct. he has found an audience out there that resonates. i think it's across multiple demographics.
>> juan: that is what the article said. he's charismatic but he gets people to accept an ideology regardless of whether and i'm quoting "destructive or dangerous." >> kimberly: that his opinion and not scientific fact. he won the election because he was able to connect with all people, people who felt they were left behind and no one was listening to them and no one was speaking to them. no one cared if they had food on the table or money in their wallet or they could put gas in their car or they were coal mine workers getting put out of work. they said this guy is listening so i'm going to pay attention. >> juan: who won the popular vote? >> kimberly: there we go again again. >> jesse: so did al gore. >> juan: years later, with regret and admission. >> kimberly: so you and hillary can coauthor a book. >> greg: if you could compare -- >> kimberly: juan williams and hillary clinton can coauthor a book. we still don't know what
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what the president did. >> i don't have no doubts about what he did. i have doubts about what he didn't do. i would have said thank you if he had put them on his plane and took them home. then i would have said "thank you, mr. trump." i would've said thank you kindl kindly. did you think the doctor for bringing you into the world? you better go back and find him because you lucky. hell donald trump to have a great thanksgiving because big baller is. >> greg: when we used to watch trump during the debates, we were laughing throughout the whole thing because he was having fun. this guy and trump, they are brothers from another mother. he has done two great things. he made cnn fun for once and he
made chris cuomo interesting. how can you not love him. that line, do you think the doctor, that's priceless. this is a comedy of a country in good times. the fact that you can -- everybody keeps talking about the coming apocalypse under trump, we wouldn't have time for this. i think this is a nice thing. it's fun. put them together, it would be pretty hilarious. >> jesse: that guy was on the wwe. so was donald trump. >> dana: i am going to be on wwe and a couple weeks. i'm joking. i'm not really. imagine the coverage for a moment. if president trump had not intervened for these three athletes. you see a lot of people on twitter complaining that the president attacked black athletes on twitter but he doesn't go after white athletes and why is that? but just imagine if he had not
intervened and asked president xi to let these three go. it would be a very different story on cnn. and here. >> juan: i don't understand why this guy gets so much attention. to me, the question is why did cnn put this guy on the air and give him so much time? >> dana: that's what people said all of last year. >> juan: about donald trump? point well taken. this guy is such a self promoter with his $400 sneakers. it is so ridiculous. here's the problem for me, greg. he wasn't making sense. >> greg: he was making sense in a different level, of nonsense. it's what i do every day. he is doing what i do every day. >> kimberly: wow. >> juan: i am saying -- >> jesse: do you think the father is trying to divert attention because his son got caught up in an international problem. >> kimberly: i don't know.
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♪ >> juan: on thursday, my favorite football team in the nfl will host its first-ever thanksgiving game in the nation's capital. he, like me, use the name as a racist slur. he writes "a name that exists only because of genocide and displacement will have center stage. it's as if by having washington host the game, nfl owners are having their own private joke. a league that celebrates racial slurs can never be an engine for
social justice." i turned to my sports bro, jesse. >> jesse: it doesn't matter what you call them. they are going to lose anyway. >> juan: wait a minute. the giants are to hyphenate. >> jesse: i am an eagles fan. doesn't matter. >> greg: you are disgusted by the term redskins but you are okay with giants? here is a big person. let's call him a giant. >> jesse: what about the indians? baseball? >> kimberly: he is feeling emotional about it. >> juan: about giants? >> greg: i agree with juan. i think the washington name is a bad name. you don't have to be in a two idea prison. you can think the name is bad and still have a game of thanks giving. >> juan: sure. he is saying that the league is laughing at the public.
>> dana: i don't know how they choose who is going to play on thanks giving. i can't imagine they sat around and said let's make sure the redskins are playing on thanksgiving and stir up more controversy. like they need more controversy. >> juan: they have never done it before. usually it is the cowboys and lions. >> kimberly: this is your sports guy? i know more than he does. >> juan: are you putting them down? >> kimberly: i am saying, just because he is a guy. >> juan: jesse, let's go to the expert. what do you think? is it a legitimate controversy? >> kimberly: i think this is not a legitimate controversy. i don't think anybody is worked up over the redskins playing on thanksgiving. except for a few far left crazies. they know who they are. no one cares about this. one of the last polls taken, 90 and ten native american said they are not offended by the
washington redskins name, according to "the washington post" poll. so who is worked up? >> juan: i don't get worked up about it. i am not a conspiracy theorist. i must say that dave quoted people from the morningstar institute, representing native americans and they don't like it but this voice has been heard. i will say maybe it would be more interesting if we had jerry jones versus roger goodell. >> greg: you know it is more interesting than football? fox news. we are having a special episode of "the five" on thanksgiving. why -- fox news does not take a knee on thanksgiving. we will only take a knee if there is an injured puppy whose owners voted for trump. >> jesse: "one more thing" is next.
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it's as slippery as al franken's unwanted tongue. >> ew! >> greg: all-star thanksgiving. this is the right way to do thanksgiving. >> dana: i think we should do this, the five of us. >> greg: have to go really, really slow. >> dana: he got the money. >> greg: if you get it, you live. everybody else dies. >> kimberly: that's the way everyone should spend thanksgiving. perfect. >> juan: this is barbaric but i've got to say it's entertaining. at last night nfl football game, hall of famer steve young grabbed a raw fish from a bed of rice. see for yourself.
>> kimberly: why? >> juan: he bit the head off a live fish and spit it out but the crowd loved it. it may have been a gesture in honor of the seahawks, unfortunately it didn't work. in this game of predatory birds, see hoechst birds, -- seahawks versus the falcons. >> kimberly: 's stay strong, joe montana. that's all i've got to say. it's time for kimberly's dating tips. good thing i am wearing red. women are more content being single then meeting men like greg. i'm kidding. this is a new study that shows women are generally happier being single than men are. 61 to 49.
75% of single women have chosen to not pursue a relationship in the past year versus just 65% of single men. why, you may ask. the study says one reason is single women are better at creating support groups to discuss their thoughts and feelings, and men find it difficult to be open. i think that's probably -- >> dana: this might not be good for the human race. >> kimberly: without a partner, they have no one to talk to about their issues. >> jesse: single, ready to mingle. >> kimberly: that only proves that men are single, ready to mingle. >> dana: i think men are going to have to step it up. >> greg: until christmas, i am single and ready to jingle. >> kimberly: keep your jingle to yourself. >> dana: this could be the all-time political pivot. in an interview, australia became the 25th country to legalize same-sex marriage. bobcat are, member of
parliament, asked about it this week. seemed like he didn't really want to talk about it. >> i'm mean, let there be a thousand blossoms blooming. in the meantime, every three months, crocodile. >> dana: that was ridiculous. >> jesse: president trump issued some pardons today. let's take a look. >> drumstick, you are hereby pardoned. [applause] >> jesse: drumstick and wishbone were the turkeys. drumstick gets the pardon. hopefully that is the last pardon the president has to issue. they live a nice happy life on a farm. >> greg: not true.
>> jesse: >> juan: did he say t? >> greg: nice one. >> kimberly: set your dvrs. never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is next. bret, take it away. >> bret: a big news day. this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier. president trump breaks his silence on the roy moore sexual misconduct claims and also speaks about the senator al franken situation. we have new sexual harassment allegations tonight against the longest-serving member of the house. a warp speed fall from grace for a famous journalist. fox team covered. peter doocy on capitol hill with an admission and denial from michigan democratic congressman john conyers. jonathan serrie in birmingham where the republicans headed se candidate is going after an accuser. we start off with kevin corke and the first words on