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mustache intercept room. to despise our enemies i will also miss him. on my last show redeye they even deliver the state of the show address i am happy to report that redeye host has taken my advice not to take prescription bills before each so i believe this course of action will help him to correctly pronounce difficult words like irreconcilable. [laughter]
>> good luck my little handlebar hobbit. but this would be the greatest day of the decade. >> when a guy said i can grab a woman anywhere in she likes it and then said if i was in high school and taking it beat the hell out of him. >> that is called for i would kick your if i was in high school or if i was enjoying cla clam. it is a biological impossibility and that is faster than kevin spacey on the center predator. the original joke was worse. [laughter] so just remember that. trump tweeted he would go down
hard fighting all the way now biden was speaking out against sexual assault and the message was around because the former vp and the current president of the united states of america together it is 300 years to old guys fighting like watching two pieces of driftwood on low tide or to tim socks. [laughter] but i would watch every part of it. [laughter] so now imagine pay-per-view. >> are you ready for the early bird brawl? with nonstop action with two men in traction. really old guys.
joe's audition to take on drug abuse making a mistake he is trying to steal voters with his least appealing trait trump has better ones with his stance on terror in the fun rallies that is why we live with trump often but believe me if we were getting lower unemployment than trump the personality would not be half as popular. a skunk has a talent even a peacock but a skunk cannot impersonate a peacock or vice versa. so joe, stick to what you know like hugs. here here we go. look at that. that was a little too long. he just can't let go.
doctor peterson you are a renowned psychologist if you got america as a patient how would you diagnose it with our political conflicts right now? >> with personality? increasingly. that could be driven by the failure of the media. >> cnn? [laughter] >> yes. you are on fox news. >> but as readership and viewership with those tactics of indignation and decreasing viewership with that polarization. >> people are seeking order out of chaos the things that they want to hear isn't that
how we all are? >> but in the man -- in the past we maintain a relatively civil dialogue. from the 70s it is an agreement as and a large part of that is driven by the universities and continual people who are radically left with their orientation. [applause] >> so politics put the group before the individual. and with tribalism and conflict so one of the great achievements of the west we figured out several thousand weeks on -- years ago that is the great discovery of western civilization.
>> professor dan. >> i was a doctor. nowhere near as smart as this doctor but i am intrigued but we love sports and that is tribalism and i always thought that is the thing we would point of instead of biden. i'm just trying to act smart. >> you did a great job. >> so everybody plays by the same rules. and we can get along tribally. and at least in principle but now that in itself is under
attack and that is a very sad thing. >> what do you think? >> i'm still processing. [laughter] >> do you know how lonely i would be to look and act like them? [laughter] like my best friend who just passed away. and this is the media's fault again. cnn and the super left keep shoving people in the fight. but then to make those comments before the election and then to talk about how strongly of the appropriate things towards women but they
just took that and i was just saying i was accepting some money at a rally. >> that was the first time but not the latest time. >> that was brand-new but he was retelling the story. nobody wants to fight trump. nobody wants to fight the president now. you will be forgotten. >> you could be pretty rough and sloppy. >> i think we saw that in the debate and then he ended up looking ridiculous. but normally i would love to watch to 70 something-year-old man fight. however, not when my tax dollars fight -- pay for their
medical expenses. [laughter] i will not allow that. >> maybe president obama was right. [laughter] the navy they fight by the queens rule. no punching in the face. >> that this is progress. it isn't a dual. like hamilton. you can get pieces out of this. all i know is that they would wrap back then. [laughter] >> the vegas shooter in the bomber what do they have in common? next.
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>> what is terror? taking people hostage in the supermarket before the cops took him out. but on wednesday the austin --dash the austin bomber what we call a happy ending. so the conversation shifted the cops that he was a troubled person the media said he is a terrorist so is he a terrorist or trouble? it is a no-brainer he is both he was terrorizing as a terrorist but the media denies there is a definition of terror. and for some reason the media
has bigger questions up there and has been six months since the vegas massacre we are just getting new video from the mandalay bay hotel so how differences he the bomber? isis is driven to a toxic belief those were also driven tied to the afterlife great reward every word isn't for me -- infamy who goes down for attention. but your wikipedia page will get more business. >> doctor peterson so to share one thing in common is planning.
you can look at vegas that is a plan. we weren't expecting. >> landing element element is an interesting part of it. and then voluntarily for long period of time. >> and what killed me about the parkland yesterday is a suggested to be institutionalized to years ago but somehow we demonize the idea of mental institutions to incarcerate them. >> just because they hypothetically pose a threat to those who do something terrible. it is hard to predict and to prevent but it does look like the warning signs were
everywhere. >> those people that saw something that did nothing. the film rivers edge you are a teenage killer. >> having no concern at all at all at all and that was based on a real incident i kid killed his girlfriend then took his friends to see it. very despondent teeth. greg: >> yet is that is why made a movie that people could celebrate life. how do you get them to celebrate life? instead of that dark place where they are so angry.
there is something going on in our world. and i don't even read tribal. >> sometimes you feel alone because you don't do anything bad. >> no i don't. [laughter] whenever i feel alone i only do things that punish myself. [laughter] but what's the question? on national television? >> what about the fight over labeling? >> that legal definition is politically motivated something like vegas or austin. some people say it could have been racially motivated that is inconclusive but absolutely it would be terrorism. greg: so isn't it interesting
we cannot actually identify evil? >> we live in a society now where somebody would praise these behaviors. and to celebrate in a way we don't realize that we are doing it. like video games are training people to be assassins. we live in a free society and look at social media everybody has a selfie and the reality is you are not and for those people that really suffer you are not a star or as cool as you think that you might be. and in particular those that you struggle with then you are
not allowed to label anybody. and then to say crazy. we have to do something with that. >> what if we just stop saying the names of the terrible people? if nobody says your name again it is gone. >> loser. >> domestic terrorist. >> now we have to move on because we have more facebook playing fast and loose with our personal data. (avo) if you've been struggling with belly pain and constipation, and you're overwhelmed by everything you've tried-- all those laxatives, daily probiotics, endless fiber-- it could be wearing on you.
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terrorists belong to. the us had previously target militants hiding out in the countries deserts. officials say no civilians were killed in those abstracts. i am rick leventhal. now we are back with the "the greg gutfeld show". show. greg: -- facebook interface book. mark tucker berg is doing damage control after information was taken without his consent -- allegedly cambridge analytic that was targeting voters in 2016 and to change the algorithms to sources and conservative
website but this media campaign started to gain popularity seems the market is right for a new social network so i made one so here is the first advertisement for it. >> are you worried the social network is sharing your personal information? i cannot believe facebook is using my information for donald trump. >> maybe you should try not connecting the first off-line online social network. it is on your computer right now if you want to give it a try. how do you get that on my computer? >> don't worry about that right now. a clever tweet about the president.
>> it looks like just most social networks but you are not on the internet or connected to anything you can bypass twitter and facebook meanwhile retreated 1000 times everyone has been retweeted 1000 times. and when you need real gratification. and then it goes straight to the trash. [applause] is this something that you need? >> probably. i knew i should not take that quiz that was based on your w-2. [laughter] >> you fill that out? >> yes. i think that facebook did not take this too seriously they
thought they were too big to fail but if you remember myspac myspace, no you don't. wage. they had to figure out what happened and to stop it from happening again for who knows what that guy is doing now. >> do you remember myspace? you got a message from tom he was an actual person. but when we were on redeye box just bought myspace and they were jackasses so we had a refrigerator statement but notes on the refrigerator about the food like if there was potato chips i don't want your food but now i want it.
but notes on your stupid homemade soup. [laughter] be met it was called myspace and you are confused? [laughter] that is mine. >> where are they? where is tom? >> but is social media replacing the social life? >> not in my world but apparently everybody else's. i through facebook away a long time ago. somebody else runs my social media. my neighbor owes me a time of favors so it is amazing. [laughter] and he would not understand that anyway. [laughter] but this whole thing he
basically said all of your data which includes your pictures ladies and gentlemen, we are really sorry. now. all of the intimate details of your relationship with total strangers and save my bad? basically that is what they did. sorry. we will try the algorithm. >> great stuff. >> so what if we get rid of facebook and replace it with something worse? because technology builds on the past technology. >> so it is very difficult to understand how to monitor and control social media and it changes so quickly.
>> we are basically racing against something that started with us. >> but since the beginning of time actually we do fail and die after all eventually. >> i want my brain extracted in a vat of nutrients. >> how do you feel? >> about your brain gurgling? [laughter] >> and stuff starts to grow out of it. [laughter] that's so true. coming up bringing order to chaos. chaos. my interview is exclusive
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greg: doctor peterson probably one of the greatest alive today videos watched by millions for personal responsibility and to be a better man dr. peterson gave a tv interview and the topic turned to free speech. >> why should your rights trump a persons not to defend it? >> because in order to thank you have to risk being offensive. this conversation we are having right now. you are defending me that is rather uncomfortable that's fine but more power to you. >> if you had not to sit
there, i'm trying to work that out. to sit there, i'm trying to work that out. like you did get me. [applause] >> you have to see the whole interview. that is hilarious and what perfect timing for your book. did you plan that she gets part of the royalties? >> there is so many interesting things about the book but there are two versions past and present. so for example past gray grace up in the morning and decides not to go to the gym present grade is really mad because now he has to go. so what is the secret of life. because now you have to do things for your future self or
life sucks. if you have a whole chapter on delayed gratification. >> that is pretty good. i am impressed. >> that is pretty good. i am impressed. you are pretty witty. but that is the linchpin of society? >> the discovery of the future the only ones to have managed it so we have sacrificed what is immediately gratifying for the future and other people but the payoff is not so much happiness but deep engagement. one of the things to make clear repeatedly was you need a sense of meaning to fortify with the suffering of life and
to adopt responsibility. that isn't the same as pursuing happiness or to be impulsive. you want to take care of yourself and your family and your community and a price to be paid but it seems to be something we have forgotten and also we have failed to teach the people it is a mystery and catastrophe at the same time. >> you say you want to change your life? the first thing to clean your room? >> i am a traditionalist with social science training so i learned that most feel-good large school interventions and then it takes a reasonably well to make it worse.
and that should encourage you to scale back. you could start by taking care of things in your control and in a way to least likely cause on to other people so clean your room if you try that to organize those things around you then it is more demanding than it looks. greg: the people that were the loudest activist in college did not clean their room. they could change the world but not the toilet roll. [laughter] >> it's true. >> and they weren't even paying for it. >> there are so many good things in here i want to talk about the lobsters. it really does tell you the sobering meaning of life because what existing monsters exist in humans and how that relates to the rise of christianity with jesus christ
is that fair? >> yes. but the dominance of hierarchy and that exist among human. >> the point i was trying to make in that chapter is the radical left blames hierarchy and inequality and i can be a real problem and that can destabilize the entire society. but the reasons are much older than human society itself. so to play their linguistic games they are not treating the problem with seriousness. and to demolish the western system that will not address
the issue. that is the point i was making. >> but the lobsters exist before us but the only reason i bring up christianity is because it was a remedy to dealing with the inequality every individual thinks through. >> that is moving forward through life to make that extraordinarily difficult. working clearly is to speak the truth. it was laid out being that you extract from the future with truth is good and that is the unbelievably powerful idea. the best way to bring it into existence.
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points generated by the social scientist. >> there are more nurses than men. >> and then the society becomes more egalitarian suggests that everybody is clear the left obstructionist are completely wrong to enforce their views. >> that is scary. [applause] >> i have been married three times. [laughter] i am getting better. and tammy is amazing. so i always say this is my third wife she says i am your
last wife. that is a threat. [laughter] greg: do you buy into this? you get extra pay for emotional support? >> on the ideological level, this discussed me. just because i am a woman doesn't mean extra support or help to do the same thing that men do but on a practical level, yes i would take the money. [laughter] >> last words. >> everything on the list i'm sorry i cannot help it. i am masculine. >> don't go anywhere we will talk about his new movie coming up. ♪ gas, bloating, constipation and diarrhea can start in the colon and may be signs of an imbalance of good bacteria. only phillips' colon health has this unique combination of probiotics.
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. greg: all right, daniel roebuck is in a movie in theaters this weekend. it's called getting gray. daniel, first question, what's it about? >> about a teenaged girl, they told me to talk about it, a teenaged girl, dying of cancer, she goes into a funeral home to find out what happens after she dies but ends up teaching the funeral director how to celebrate life. it is a film about having faith and how to accept every day like it's new and amazing. and i'm glad that you put g.g. getting grace, right on the floor. [ applause ] >> no, you are one of hollywood's busiest character actors. were you ever a leading man in anything? >> well, in getting grace, but i had to write and direct and produce it, co write it, wrote it with jeff lewis, to cast myself in this role, but i had
been a leading man, like cave girl. >> i remember gave girl. >> i was the leading man, and i killed the leading lady. greg: that's true. if you haven't seen river's edge, a terrific film. you don't get money out of that. >> a little bit. getting grace is opening nationwide, and you and i share an amazing thing, we lived in the same place for a little while. greg: allentown, pennsylvania. >> and we shot the movie in lehigh valley. greg: a beautiful, beautiful area and wonderful location and they supported you. >> it was so great, and we're coming back to do another one, we're going to do a movie called the hail mary, but getting grace was one of the characters in the movie is the town, and to make a movie in the place you grew up and there's my hot dog shop and the place i used to kiss the girls. iako's pizza, and spread the
fare, all in the movie. greg: thank you dr. jordan peterson, daniel roebuck. kat timpf. i love you, america. [cheers and applause] . rick: the president forced to reshuffle legal team after the latest fix to join the russia investigation. step aside. hello, and welcome to "fox report," i'm rick leventhal. the president set to arrive in d.c. from florida dealing with attorneys in flux. president trump tweeting his contempt with the current status of his legal team after it was announced two lawyers he hired can't take the jobs after all due to conflicts of interest. this latest hit days after the former lead attorney john dowd announced his resignation. white house correspondent kevin corke is live from west palm beach florida. what more do we know about the nature of the conflict that kept the lawyers from joining the trump team? >> good