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charity. sean. >> sean: unbelievable. we will follow that story, my friend trace gallagher, trace, thank you. unfortunately, that is all the time we have left. our promise to you, we will follow the truth and never follow the medium up but let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham. >> laura: an awesome show as always tonight, think is much. why don't democrats want to testify about potential fisa abuse? catherine herridge brings up the details. also the change that is becoming a religion a literally coming nbc news asking the public to share their claimant confession. i think we all have some in the studio. ralph reed reacts to the newfound faith. plus it is wednesday so it's
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time for "seen and unseen" with raymond arroyo and what do the attacks on sean spicer's dancing really reveal about the presidents enemies? a singer goes to war with his own gender, but first, the war against men. that is the focus of tonight's angle. the serious toxics -- toxic -- toxic masculinity, but now thats infected almost every area of the culture, the businesses, schools, and outcome of course our politics. well, did dismissing the contributions of men throughout the history has become oh, so inspiring. or at least come elizabeth warren think so. >> i would have wanted give this speech right here, and not because of the arch behind me or the protestant that this square is named for, no, we are not sue
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today because of famous fortunes or famous men. in fact, we are not here for man at all. we are here because of some hardworking women. >> laura: welcome her comments kind of tossing off involvement of men in society, it speaks volumes about the direction the democrats will take if they gain control again. so men who are heterosexual strong, aggressive competitors, are no longer an acceptable part of society, not really. they are the problem. after all, the professionals have told us so. last year, the american psychological association released guidelines for practice with boys and men. that trash masculinity as leading to aggression and violence as an answer to all interpersonal conflict as well as substance abuse, incarceration and early mortality. well, of course for years
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hollywood has been pushing the crop top pajama boy version of masculinity on us and we have gotten used to it. now even time mail brands and businesses are trying to make man feel guilty about being men. >> the me too movement. >> masculinity. is this the best a man can get? ♪ is it? we can't hide from it. it's been going on for too long. we can't laugh it off. >> boys will be boys. >> laura: well, not all boys will be boys but you almost think so after watching ads like that. it used to be only the fringe e of the grantee feminists believe the traditional family structures were inherently oppressive and dangerous. of course with man head of the
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household in some cases being the main culprits. but now the entire democratic party is captive to this antimale outlook. if you were a young man who grew up prewoke nose, if you are a member of all male club or fraternity, or if you played a sport especially one like i don't know football or lacrosse, you are immediately suspect. it doesn't matter how well you lived your personal life or how much you achieved in your professional life. you are very existence is a threat to this new order. now, we all just saw what the left it again or tried to and the supreme court justice brett kavanaugh. but people living in washington know what the culture was like and at least then. >> the memories, they will be testifying to her memories recorded in the brains of drunk teenage boys. >> he was drunk allegedly in one
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of these incidents. the front -- yes, there may be questions of candor. >> i think frat boy is on trial here. >> laura: but defaming kavanaugh, of course as a predator, that was another way of claiming trump was one. which democrats will think will help them with women voters. they say they can ride the mead to wave right into the white house. but they have to think women are very, very stupid and if you are a male democrat politician, you are forced to repeat -- refer to the gender for years and apologize your sex. >> i think we would look for somebody who is maybe not of the same gender that i am. and maybe somebody might be a couple of years younger than me. >> i will have a woman running mate. it is clear for me to do that.
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it would be difficult not to select a woman with so many extraordinary women running right now. >> laura: okay. wow, maybe a woman would be the best person to pick out of basis of merit, but when does organs alone be a qualification for high office, stunning. which led me to wonder, can princess fitting bowl or kamala harris pick a male running mate? or will that make them part of the patriot -- patriarch as well. aunt msnbc joy reid took the antimale narrative a step further adding racial and religious elements to it. i mean you have a very determined minority and in this case wealthy, white man wealthy white christian men and christian americans who are of the fundamental variety who are very clear that no matter what happens if they have to pull the south africa model to maintain model forever, they will do it. they are not afraid of it and
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excuse me, open about it. donald trump is the avatar for this. >> laura: they are increasingly open about it. i must have missed all of that, and by the way, i have to say this "when they dismiss our founders, this is where they are going. the entire american experiment, they believe was sinful and awful because it was started by conquest. white men with their traditional notions of work and morality, subjugated women and other minorities, end of story, nothing really good came after that. that's the thinking goes, it is the duty of all secular left is to marginalize and hobble men who obstruct their vision of revolutionary change, political and otherwise. now think of where that leaves us as a society. the entire mind-set in the country. there are men either neutered or perpetually in a defensive posture dismissive or angry.
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and alienated. now, that is toxic. if you prefer in america ran by a bunch of gender enlightened bullies, then by all means, vote democrat. that is going to be fun. and that is the angle. here to respond dan bongino fox news contributor and author of the new book "exonerated" chuck schumer and host of the aggressive progressive podcast, all right, dan, do you suspect that what the left is clearly doing here will work with voters? >> no, i think what the left is doing, i think you should thank them. what they are doing actually led to the election of donald trump. and what i'm going to do now, if you think for a second the liberal lunatics out there, i will apologize for being born male and subject myself to your stereotypical prejudgments, you are out of your freaking mind. you are living on the wrong
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planet and donald trump didn't do it either. but laura this is indicative of a bigger problem. everybody does with critical theory and a swipe patriarch garbage, talk to our kids in school, but this is the complete intellectual collapse of a left you are witnessing in live time. we are living through peak stupid with the left and this toxic masculinity of white patriarchy nonsense where they have devolved to judging people exclusively by their gender and skin color is a marker of the total intellectual collapse of the radical left. >> laura: chris, when you hear a candidate say, well, i have to pick a woman. as a woman, i find that offensive because they are not saying they are picking the best person, who have a black, white, latino, disabled, male, they are saying no, we will check a box because they think -- and i think it's selfish, they think it is going to help them get
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elected. i find that to be incredibly cynical when women are the majority of law school classes today. the majority in colleges and universities are doing better academically than boys these days. so why the patronizing of women on the part of democrats? >> well tickets are balanced for all sorts of reasons, right? donald trump picked mike pence because he wanted to reassure evangelicals that he would be with him being from new york. so, you know, there is nothing wrong with saying hey come i want to have some gender balance in my ticket. >> laura: but not all women think alike. >> and your quote, and your quote, you open with an attack on elizabeth warren. she was not dissing the president or a president washington, but she was there to honor frances perkins the first secretary of labor who worked there, very near there. >> laura: come on, why do you have to flick off men in the
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intro? she did that constantly. i'm not here to celebrate -- that's all she had to say. i'm not here to celebrate. the fact that she said it in the negative dan bongino, i disagree with that. she set up that way with a purpose to say that the old academic debates have now moved into the mainstream in the democrat party. this used to be relegated to thursday night seminars and a college i went to and we all laughed at it. now, this is the animated narrative of judicial nomination of presidential contest, education, business environment. if you ever say wimpy in the business world you can go to a juror these days, that is where we are. >> you are right in these lectures come i remember them with knowledge constructive power and the coin of the realm for the white patriarch. in other words facts are meaningless to the left, liberal stupidity. that is the kind of stuff these
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kids taught in college and chris is wrong as usual. to the radical lunatic left hey, i'm with you on this critical theory garbage. but you know what, the conversations, these awful, toxic males out there appeared the majority, not all but the majority of people in high-risk professions, firefighting, police officers, majority are men. when men take around, women do too to be candid and fair about this whole thing but the majority of men at high risk jobs, the majority of men overwhelmingly on the front lines of the military. when they take a round in the chest and die for our country i never see the radical leftists jumping out criticized easing their toxic masculinity. >> laura: chris. >> dan, name calling people ideas does not make your idea correct. >> those are not ideas. >> all you have --
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>> and to shout out, now, dan why don't you come up with some original thought instead of trying to shout people down and call everybody stupid and call thing is ridiculous. why don't we have a real debate about how critical read formation. instead of calling people up and coming out with names. i don't like some of the stuff going on, and some of it does go too far but let me tell you something, not all of it does. it does not pay everybody on the left. you have to stop with your nonsense, dan. >> laura: you are over modulating the mic. there's a lot of talk whatever you want to call it. >> he used to take a volume and take it down. >> laura: hold on my want to get into something else. see, this is proving the point, toxic masculinity is a problem. [laughter] >> call me names again. >> laura: this is an important topic and actually really important because we have young
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men today who are suffering at greater rates of suicide, opioid addiction, lower life expectancy, depression. of all of these pathologies increasing among men, stabilizing in some cases going down among women. clearly, we have a problem. my concern is that further demonizing men are making them feel bad because of their biology, more aggressive, testosterone, that is a fact of life. i worry that we fairly alienate them. and they turn into these, you know, people ready to explode, but so depressed and so scared, and they are worried about saying anything anywhere. you go out on the street, people are worried about saying much of anything except for hi, how are you doing. you can't complement on somebody's dress. you can't say anything. i think that poisons human relationships. dan. >> laura, this is so obvious. why do you think we have a self-esteem problem with boys?
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if you tell boys how worthless they are and you has come a really stupid imbecilic, idea, growing up telling our young mee idea that they are aggressive and violent by nature. and then they grow up with self-esteem issues? it's so simple to figure out. vico dan, this is just more conservative rhetoric. everybody is coming to get you. it doesn't really go on. you people take it too far, yes, but it's not really happening. >> laura: chris, i have two little boys. and they think that gillette add to, we talked about that months ago, but that does speak to what we are saying that your instincts will be to bash people in the face. i don't know. i think most people are trying to live their lives and get through the day. that's what i think. so i find that to be the purpose. i think that is done with a purpose. >> it is happening, laura.
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this isn't happening, like we are all a bunch of conspiracy. i like chris who pretends, it's all conspiracy theory laura. we just made this up tonight. and we just want to be angry because we don't have any other emotions. >> laura: we know this, guys, we know this that democrats do have to figure out how to win white working-class male voters. they lost more from 2012-2016 meeting to try to figure out how to get them back and not pushing them away. >> laura, [overlapping voices] >> laura: okay, guys, thank you so much for being with us tonight. i always appreciate you both but we talk about the antimale push but one of the mothers boys think about this woke agenda, joining me now, gail, the crisis network and mother of four boys herself. i've met most of them and they
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are wonderful young men. gail, what is your reaction to this? we traced it from academia, the friends, you know about this. it's all through culture pushed by hollywood and into business politics, schools. >> right come i think we have a responsibility to our young boys and men to explain that we expect them to grow up to be responsible members of our society. and you take that, all of this marching culture and now we see the angry women of the left picking this up. and unfortunately, they are missing the boat on this entire conversation. i think they feel like this nutty rhetoric will help them fire up their base but most people understand that these are our husbands, sons, brothers. >> laura: they also want to deny testosterone exist. it exists and throughout time, throughout our culture for a variety of reasons, we don't need anymore because not doing heavy lifting in the workplace but that is a biological
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difference between men and women and they want to stigmatize that as well. joey behar had this to say today. >> i couldn't stand to watch and listen to it on the radio. i have taught juvenile delinquents who are more respectful in a classroom than this guy then kavanaugh. and others in this administration who are working for trump. i have kids who were murderers and pets that behave better than this. >> laura: talking about corey lewandowski there. so men are supposed to sit back and take it and be called all of these pejoratives and not, just never depends, neutered, submissive and not defend themselves. >> right because they say the facts don't matter. you and i went to law school and understand you have to investigate things. the kavanaugh situation with corey lewandowski, the facts are on the other other side with a leftist, the media, the democrat allies are coming out in all of this. we saw this with
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justice kavanaugh this week a continued effort to try to intimidate the courts. it is a nonstop attack by liberals on the courts and the constitution. they have revealed what their playbook is. they will not give up on this. >> laura: i want people to understand where this kind of stuff, where it originated so you understand how fringed has become mainstream. this is from the book "legalizing ms. henry" and cathy young. it is about ideological feminism. systemic kino centric bias has led to more than a demand for quotas, usually known as targets. it's led to a demand for social and cultural revolution. ideological feminist measure project -- progress with a female knowledge. ideological feminist with equality of opportunity consistent quality of results. women have nothing to learn or gain in other words from the experience of men. that is where we are going here. >> think about the people who
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right textbooks like that and articles in scholarly journals. they don't want the people to decide these issues. they want to use the court and able to put their policy preferences without going to the people to make their case they are. that is why you see it starts in the academy and gets pushed out to woke corporative america. >> laura: it's exposing this theory of kino centric thought. >> yes. >> laura: but really exposed it and the trilogy of these books, it is unbelievable. but it is demonizing the male impulse to protect, defend, be strong. and i think it's putting men in a very difficult place. they are brutes, bullies, we hate that, we are anti-bullies. >> both people on both sides avails support women safety. people on both sides of the isles support due process and we need to remember that. >> laura: 's gayle treader we love having you one. the deep state in deep trouble, the watchdog, well, the ig will
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send an information identified that could plausibly be criminal to the department. >> that is pretty monumental. >> laura: shocking revelation today in the doj watchdog investigation into disgraced former fbi director james comey. inspector general michael horowitz says he will be looking into inconsistencies and comey's congressional testimony. correspondent catherine -- cath three -- catherine herridge has the breaking details, catherine. house republicans with inspector general michael e horowitz to further investigate former fbi james comey. alleging comey december 2018 the genesis of the obstruction case against president trump conflicts with comey statement to horowitz. >> on finding just a number of irregularities. so would it be appropriate if ranking member jordan and i were to refer those inconsistencies to the ig and if we did that,
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with the ig look at those inconsistencies? >> it is certainly appropriate for us. >> and other house republican pressed borowitz on finding comey was a leaker who violated fbi policy sending a dangerous example. >> our concern was empowering fbi directors, frankly, any fbi employee or any law enforcement official with the authority to decide they would not follow establishments and procedures. >> do you know with any fbi director in the past who's had a normal prosecution? not as i see her today. >> the testimony before the house and senate stander with major ig investigation. horwitz said he had not heard directly from the chairman of the democratic led over health site and judiciary committee. >> chairman nadler about the comey ig report you released a few weeks ago? no, i'm not. have you been approached at all by the chairman of those respective committees? >> personally have not but i can
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check with anybody else in my organization but i'm not aware of anybody. >> they -- the fbi director andrew mccabe was under the threat of the indictment told cnn last night that he never misled investigators, laura. >> laura: okay. thank you so much, here to respond alan dershowitz law enforcement and the book "defending israel." we have a lot to get to. or democrats worried about world it's testifying in front of congress after all of this? >> borowitz, he has done everything right. he has struck exactly the right balance. he criticized comey deservedly so for leaking and laundering material through a law professor and he will review referrals from members of congress as to whether mccabe did anything wrong, and very happy with the way the inspector general conducted himself. it doesn't fall from that that necessarily should be
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criminal prosecutions. as you know, i want to decriminalize as much as possible. >> laura: where's the accountability? >> the accountability comes in the report. his career has been terribly effective both mccabe and comey. >> laura: they have tb gigs, what are you talking about? a big book deal, atb gig, giving speeches all over the country. these guys are going to be the toast of the liberal left. >> well they shouldn't be because they've been seriously condemned by a responsible justice department official. but before we jump to the next step, the prosecutor indict prison, let's make sure there is overwhelming evidence that they made a deliberate decision to lie, mislead, and that is the stuff that shouldn't be taken very lightly. and i want to make sure we stop weaponizing criminal justice system and political enemies on both sides. >> laura: i get it, and i
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agree with you, but at some point when you use the full force of the u.s. surveillance powers to try to unseat a sitting president of the united states. to knock him off of the presidency, at some point, i mean, we don't even have democracy if that is the case. they almost got away with this. >> i agree. they may and i hope they don't. >> laura: they use to care democrats stuff like this. >> we have to look into the fisa applications. we have to look into this before warrants because those really do endanger liberty. >> laura: but democrats don't want that, they don't want that. >> every cerebral libertarian. >> laura: where are they, other than you? >> that is the problem. libertarians when they believe the end justifies the means if the end is getting rid of home. look i'm a liberal democrat, but i don't believe anything goes. i don't believe we should engage in trying to unseat a duly elected president. if you don't like him, voted
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against him. that is what election is for. >> laura: i will also want to talk about the former fbi official, the thing invested for lying, mccabe. you mentioned, he was hired by cnn. he went on that network last night, of course, to slam the doj's probe against him. >> i absolutely reject the findings and the conclusions that the ig report. i never intentionally misled anyone about anything, and i certainly have not committed a crime. will you take a deal in order to go on with the rest of your life? if there is no big criminal attachment and you don't have to do any time? >> absolutely not under any circumstances. >> the presumption of innocence should apply. i admire him. if he is innocent, he shouldn't take a deal. too many people take a deal and you get multiple of the criminal sentence if you don't take a deal. if he's guilty, he should be prosecuted. but we have a presumption of innocence and let's not jump to conclusion he is guilty because he did things we didn't like.
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look, the leak, there is a difference between leaking and criminal action. >> laura: he also then went on television purge to make his case for himself. i mean, it calls into question the whole news network and so that is a whole separate issue. >> he has a right to defend himself. >> laura: of course he does. the american people come i think are onto this though. i think the president when he said they should never happen to another sitting president, he means democrat or republican it shouldn't. >> i agree. and that has to apply across the board. you wouldn't do it to a democrat so don't do it to a republican. >> laura: if it had been done to obama by the bush administration official, we would never hear the end of it. alan, thank you so much in a moment shawn spencer can't catch a break. who in the world but school shooting the themed hoodies were a good idea? raymond arroyo is up next on "seen and unseen"
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♪ >> laura: it is time for "seen and unseen" segment where we expose the big cultural stories of the day. sean spicer dances into trouble, old-fashioned trouble, that is criminal and singer goes to gender neutral. joining us with all the details, raymond arroyo. spicer made "dancing with the stars" debut in the reaction was cold. >> it was. >> laura: cold. >> he was going bonkers. what were you doing there? you were being attacked by a
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swarm of wasps. and it look like they have cement to your hips. >> with the judges were nasty. even spicer had met at the creative teams were working out some issues with his costume there. it look like cabana boy of barry manilow's house. cnn, bryans holter tried to make the spicer dance political. >> laura: oh, please. >> i love that dancing as much as anybody but i don't think it is a joke to put spicer on the show. it was misinformation working for a president to tear down the american -- to have a bc put them on and make entertainment and to make light of it might think that is troubling. i think a lot of viewers are holding their nose. >> laura: i think we are holding our nose at you. >> i didn't realize they only lead -- let saintly figures. >> laura: that's what they've been doing for decades and it's official. you can't be part of the cultu culture. >> tom delay, rick perry, many
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other conservatives, crystal. it is a trump era. >> that is all a ploy to get ratings. they know why the ratings bomb periods spicer sent out a tweet after the show, that really aggravated people. he was asking viewers to vote for him in a way supporting someone who "stands with christ." that sent chris cuomo over the edge. >> laura: over the edge. >> some advice for a frilly friend. the show like politics is supposed about bringing people together, dancing, not division. as your former boss is learning, a big tent it's about being inclusive, not giving people a reason to feel excluded. >> laura: all right. >> who is exposing who? >> laura: all right, frito. >> we will leave it there. the man is having a good time. >> laura: give me a break. this is fashion week. some real winners have surfaced. what is this new hoodie line up setting so many people?
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>> lower at is a new, it is called the name of the group, it features the names of mass shootings locations like sandy hook and columbine. they taste mostly include bullet holes in these hoodies. it comes from a fashion house called beast troy, and the cofounder of the label said they wanted to make a comment on gun violence while also empowering the survivors. how exactly does this empower anyone? >> laura: may be all the proceeds go to charity? >> no, they do not. people are just flatly outraged about this. they are capitalizing on people's -- >> laura: send me a memo with all the close, the holes fashion and i don't like the jeans with the holes. i don't need to see your knees, your thighs or you're about, okay? where close that don't have holes or i will send you patches, okay? speaking of newton, the quarterback last week in a press conference please observe this.
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>> laura: i like it. >> it is time to look in the mirror and do some real soul-searching. >> it's hard for me to look at him anyway. >> it is time for me to look at this and do soul-searching, what is that? >> i don't know but he was part of that walmart, laura, and please look. he is wearing some cut off, and somewhere, queen elizabeth is looking for that little scarf she wears around her head. i don't know what this is. then i listen to your angle earlier. fashion -- namer best dressed enemy, the people the creative enemies. this is who they chose. jonathan vanness, and he is wearing a metallic bow dress. >> laura: is that a dress -- is that attached? word fails me. >> singer sam smith identified
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as nonbinary, laura neither male or female. the star announced on instagram my pronouns they come at them instead of he, him. the reporter struggled with that news. >> hinted at the gender identity, struggled. >> on part of the pop singer went to instagram to make sure public weight training pronouns to they and their end them. >> i think it is a huge ordeal that they are doing it. i'm trying, guys. >> this is the most tortured sent text, merriam-webster updating theta to refer to a single person whose gender identity. >> laura: we already have enough trouble with grammar in american society, but now it's throwing it all out the window. i think everybody should get letter a in grammar. so now, whatever you feel like writing on coming your test should be okay by you. >> my friend sent an email and said i will identify as a king so you can refer to me as a weak. >> laura: okay, your majesty
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we have to wrap, thank you raymond. democrat donor charged with running a drug. a third man overdosed in his hollywood home. what is the back story on ed buck? why did he be a cop for so long? that report moments away. billions of mouths.
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the most recent victim survived but two other men have died and in ed buck home at the last two years. trace gallagher in the west coast newsroom with a whole story, trace. >> laura, prosecutors call ed buck a violent predator who preys on men struggling with addiction and homelessness, luring them into his home with the promise of drugs, money and shelter. adding that the full scope of his malicious behavior is still unknown. the latest case, ed buck accused of injecting 37-year-old man with "dangerously large doses of methamphetamines on septembe september 11th" and the man he refused to help with overdosing. he survived but others not as lucky. in the past two years, two weatherman found dead in ed buck west apartment. 26-year-old jamal moore and 55-year-old timothy dean overdosed on methamphetamines. at the time there was not enough evidence to charge ed buck even though he wrote in his journal,
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i've become addicted to the drugs in the worst one at that, ed buck is the one to think he gave me my first injection of crystal meth. it was painful but after all the troubles i became addicted to. an attorney for his family said it is about time buck faces consequences, watch. >> it is unfortunate it's taking a third overdose for the sheriff's department to find the act. we believe the third overdose could have been avoided. we believe the death of timothy dean could have also been avoided had they taken the death of jamaal more seriously. >> remember e ed buck longtime democratic donor contributing hundreds of thousands of dollars to candidates including hillary clinton, barack obama and jim carrey but the news broke of dean's death at his home, and elected chairman of the house until adam schiff, congressman in los angeles mayor gave the money back or
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donated it to nonprofit organizations, laura. >> laura: trace, thank you so much, joining me now, the spokesman -- spokeswoman for the family, one of the men who died in buck's house, horace cooper, project 21, jasmine, but this ultimately lead to justice for the family? there was a drug ban, a den and known to everybody what was going on there and it took this to bring this finally, charges to this man. >> so i've been covering this and working on this for the past two years and 53 days. so this is the biggest movement we have seen from law enforcement and the prosecutors. we do think it could eventually lead to moore and the dean family. we hope the charges will be amended and at some point, manslaughter, murder, homicide,
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something more serious that will put ed buck away in prison for a substantial amount of time. >> laura: reportedly, he lured they shall man, most younger men to his home. an extremely affluent, very prominent lgbt activist and activist causes. he would lure them in and get them addicted as she signed the handwritten notes by mr. moore. this is a tragic case. when you look back at the facts, jasmine alluded to, this is known to officials for some time. why would it take so long to implicate because of lack of evidence? exclusive lack of evidence and what we see is harvey weinstein model. where the jeff epstein model where prominent, affluent, influential democrats in blue cities are literally getting away with murder. we don't need three of these in
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incidents. you just change this in a scenario just lightly and put the name of any publicly known republican and have this kind of incident happen once, and i assure you, they don't stop until they have the guy in hand. >> laura: it is enough, jasmine to return donations that he gave two prominent democrats down the line. in a very well-known person in the community, yet he still managed to go out and about, fund-raisers and be involved in activist causes even after the initial stories, you know, popped out. so he was still out and about. it wasn't like he retreated into a life of seclusion. you were covering it. >> first of all, he acted with impunity. he didn't care. secondly, i think this is less about him being a democrat, although that is an issue, and more about the race of the victim. thirdly, look, at the end of the
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day, you know, you know the life expectancy of black men and l.a. county has substantially increased with him being arrested and that is important because he prayed on black gay . i get that but that is very important. >> but i want to push back on your statement. i want to push back on your statement. in the bluest state, city in america, they don't care about other black men who are being exploited. if they don't care there, there isn't any hope anywhere. here is much more likely story. that this man's influence allowed him to act with impunity. >> laura: he didn't have the money. he didn't have the big money. >> i agree. i agree with that, but again, i'm not going to sit here and ignore the fact the victims were black. you talk about harvey weinstein,
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jeff epstein, the u.s. he kind of college is the difference those victims were white. and to have two white, gay meant he would not wait two years for justice. >> we waited too long for jeffrey epstein, waited too long for harvey weinstein. it is not true, it is not true to say this issue turns on race. with this issue was turning on, what we need to watch is are we allowing people right in our midst to use their wealth and influence to literally get away with murder? >> laura: jasmine. >> that is my truth, and i do believe that had the victim been another race, i think justice would have been a little bit quickly and what we see with these victims. >> laura: jasmine do you know how gemmel moore met mr. buck? >> i don't know how gemmel moore met mr. buck but i can tell you that i was the first one to publish this journal and his journal tells his story. i can also tell you within
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24 hours of speak ed buck flying gemmel moore and he was already dead. he paid for the flight over to l.a., lured into his apartment and he was not even here 24 hours before he was dead. >> laura: i mean, it is just horrific. jasmine, thank you for being here and telling this story, i appreciated, doris, thank you for being here as well, a heartbreak all around. coming up nbc news is encouraging readers to publicly declare their climate confessions. do you have any? ralph reed is here how climate activists are now becoming very religious in their orthodox. stay with us
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♪ climate change efficacy has become a religion and is not just the apocalyptic rantings of al gore, 2020 democrats al gore. nbc news created an entire website for people to make their own claimant confessions. here is a taste of what people are actually divulging. >> i was a vegetarian since 1980 but the last few years, i started eating ground turkey. so sad. and this guilty parent. >> i had to see my son on the west coast.
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i live on the east. and a conflicted jerry lepper, k cups, they are just too easy to use. i do use a reusable mug, however. joining me now is ralph reed, chairman of the faith and freedom coalition. ralph, i have a couple of confessions, okay, i am drinking -- i'm not a big fan of plastic and i am ashamed i'm using this. i'm charging my phone even though it wasn't fully 1%. so those are my confessions. >> i have a confession of my own. >> laura: i have a paper straw though, looked paper straw that disintegrated. >> i was driven to the studio with automobile with a internal combustion engine. forgive me. >> laura: seriously. >> what is interesting, laura, if you look at 20 years ago, only about one out of every ten democrats have no religious affiliation. today, that figure has risen to about one out of every three
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democrats and among self identified liberals, it is 40%. and as modern american liberalism has become untethered and disconnected from the foundations of faith, tradition, and traditional religion, they sought to find sarah ghost and substitution an increasingly politicized ideological and humanistic religions, worshiping in this case, the creation rather than the creator. and i think it is another example of how they have lost completely touch with the values of middle america. >> laura: ralph, we both know pete buttigieg pete buttigieg loves invoking religion on the campaign trail. he cites his christianity. here is how he is using faith to promote claimant alarm. >> environmental stewardship is not about the care of the planet but taking care of our neighbor. we are to love our neighbor as ourselves. i don't imagine god will lead us off of the hook for abusing
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future generations anymore then you would be off the hook for harming somebody right next to you with climate change. we are doing both. >> laura: still haven't heard him speak out about all those aborted fetuses found at the so-called abortion doctors home in south bend, indiana. i haven't heard about that. >> he outcome or taxpayer-funded abortion or restrictions on religious freedom. but again, because of this law, the connection to traditional religion, look, they have lost the hennepin joel coen vote for-1. they lost the catholic vote. they are losing churchgoing, bible believing traditional america. so they are desperately searching for something to establish a connection, but the problem is, if you are interpreting concern for one's neighbor as eliminating all jet
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travel, getting rid of the internal combustion engine, that will not sell at the ballot box. >> laura: well, i also have another confection. i am not carpooling home tonight, ralph, take care. coming up, did you hear the canadian prime minister justin trudeau got caught in another scandal? we have some new tape of his explanation, tonight's last bite next.
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>> laura: it's time for the last bite. canadian prime minister justin trudeau is apologizing to me after this picture surfaced of him wearing brown face. this is 18 years ago, but that's not all. he also admitted this wasn't the first time. speak of the theme was arabian nights. dressed up in aladdin costume and put makeup on. i shouldn't have done that. when i was in high school i dressed up at a talent show and
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sang with makeup on. more enthusiastic about costumes than is sometimes appropriate. >> shannon: just for that explanation he should be in trouble. okay? aladdin. shannon bream and fox news that my team can take it from there. shannon. >> shannon: laura, thank you very much and we do began with a fox news alert. president trump versus the west coast left tonight at the border and the debate over who was to blame for rampant homeless nest. brand-new announcement. plus, senator kamala harris pressuring house judiciary committee to launch an investigation into supreme court justice brett kavanaugh. will it go anywhere? i will ask trey gowdy, who joins us in minutes. and breaking tonight, canada's prime minister seen wearing brown face makeup in a 2001 school photo and the leader just


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