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california city fighting back against the far left stance on immigration. following a three our debate the council voted file a brief in support of the trump administration's lawsuit challenging california sanctuary laws. the first city in san diego to pursue action against state laws that prohibit cooperation with local law enforcement and federal immigration agents. joining us now is greg who was at theus/mexico border in san diego. >> hi, katie well is a back latch against brown's sanctuary laws that sb54 which prohibits cooperation with local and federal lawsuit in the folks that live in san diego county near and along this fence bordering between san diego and tijuana. the folks in that meeting 45 north felt it last night.
prote protesters were all overnight place. tempers were flirting. there was more than 60 people speaking and one man in particular caught our attention came in 45 years ago and played by the rules. >> i came to this country 45 years ago with me and my mother. okay. we were not offered sanctuary. we were not offered an easier way. we were told you have to be an american citizen and here is what you have to do and woe did it! >> after that vote which passed 4-one the mayor was policed but concerned since 2010 he rounded up more than 2,000 illegal criminal aliens in part because of the cooperation with ice stationed at the police department with the new law, that is no more. that is why we spoke with the isis regional field director greg here in san diego who 30
years ago was an ice agent stationed in the police department. here is what he had to say. >> very collaborative relationship with local law enforcement. we always had that -- clan tryst relationship. now it is strained by state law. and it is frust traiting the law enforcement agencies the local law enforcement agencies because they want to collaborate with us. they want to remove threats of public safety from their community and want criminal aliens out. we want to force immigration laws and remove them. now they can't. their hands are tide. >> reporter: what happens next is san diego county board of supervisors will vote on april establishth to take an action like him two of the supervisors told me they expect something will pass. he now the fifth or 6th
municipality behind, we saw orange counsel and he this week huntington beach and san juan taking action. it is without a doubt, katie, governor brown has a problem. residence denies of california feel these laws have cross said the line between protecting rights of illegal criminals and the safety of those communities. katie? >> reporter: thank you. joining us the man at the center of the story. mayor al vez a republican in berkeley, california. thank you so much. beshg low mayor is a democrat who supports sanctuary policies. first mayor, you have taken an oath of office as a citizen coming in the country as an immigrant. explain how that plays into your decision to be against the sanctuary laws out of sacramento. >> i took the oath twice. first when i became a citizen in
1990 and second time when i was elected council man in 2004 and last time elected mayor in 2010. i came to this count row to keep my family safe. i see myself here fighting for the safety of my family and00 autofamilies of the city. i represent the 150,000 of residence denies our relationship with ice have worked perfect low the ice agent made my case. we have deports over 2,000 illegal criminals from our city with our cooperation with ice. we focus on criminals only. now, the ice agents are on their own in the community in our neighborhood at our stations picking up criminals and innocent people. as a result of our cooperation with ice, the crime went dun boy 33%.
today a save as it was in 1980. i was elected mayor toup hold the constitution and also to keep my community safe. this residence lougz to fight the state sanctuary lawa my mission. >> mayor, i want your response because the mayor is saying here they had 2,000 criminal aliens they deported which would be on the streets if sacramento had their way by banning local law enforcement from work width federal government. why should 2,000 criminal aliens with the in communities? >> it is important to define what you mean by criminal. a violation of federal and civil immigration law is a crime. vi11 criminals of victims of a broken immigration system. they have a right to take issues important to their community but
they don't speak for beshg lower the state of california well are many that believe that sanctuary policies make communities safer inform my city crime has gone down in the last 10 years with the sanctuary policy police are cooperating with federal agency. there was an operation in my city where home land security arrested an illegal immigrant who was engage in the drug crimes. >> that's the local police at berkeley. noise that the local police in beshg low are trying to stop them with those crimes but woe get to the details of what defines criminalful jerry brown pardoned five criminal aliens with violent records like domestic violence. theft, armed robbery, carrying out crimes with a handgun. mayor, what is your response to other municipalities allowing these criminal aliens to operate inside california? they can drive down to where you
are. not like there is a border. >> absolutely. i think this is a risk that to every city in california and every state in the nation. this mayor is in denial. they want to give sanctuary to illegal criminals. giving sanctuary to illegal criminals and giving them more rights and protected rights more than the citizens is just immoral, it is illegal. unconstitutional. we need to keep our communities safe. sb pooshgs the sanctuary state will give the immigrants the legal immigrants less protection. ice will be in our neighborhood. picking up everyone. this is just insane this . is immoral. i cannot understand who anybody who anybody would give the illegal criminals protection from the law and treat and more than giving to the citizens.
it unbelievable. california is emotional. goner brown and the mayors and progressive you mayors and the legislator have lost sight of doing the right thing. >> mayor, you are not alone. i want to pull up this map of other cities and municipalities and counties who are looking at either pushing back against sacramento or who have well are a dozen at this point. local communities are looking at this and saying, we tone want to be a part of these laws that don't ashllow local law enforcement to work with the feds. but going back to mr. vegwan what do you say who to those who are victims of crimes of criminal aliens alued on the streets because the new sanctuary laws allow them to escape ice and recommit crimes. >> we have undocumented
residence dentses who are what is first of all what is an undocumented resident that's not. undocumented that lives in our community. >> illegal alien. >> you may choose to define them that way. fact our immigration process is so flu today take years for people to get citizenship status. remember we are a nation ofim grants the guy on the other side of your screen came here legally. to fix the process so people can legally become citizens. okay. i have to stop you there because -- no , i have to stop you because you are arguing that in america the united states of america the generous count we people are unable to take citizens to stand up for constitution of the united states the man who is debating you tonight did that. he did that for his country. for you to say that it is impossible to get citizenship is not on parwith the facts. mayor do you want to respond?
>> it is offensive. you know they are giving my two daughters went lieu the university of cal state san marcos we paid full tuition. illegal immigrants pay less tuition in the school system they are begin more rights aejzally, financialally they are harboring them. giving thel more rights they lost track. sacramento governor brown and our mayor here on the show they lost track. they are really emotional about that administration and last election and are emotion and this is a clouding their good judgment of doing the right thing there say disconnect with them. i think you will see a push back. i think the number of cities against the sanctuary state will grow. and tell grow and i thank you is a move am. i'm proud to lead this effort. >> mayor, you get the final
word. >> i'll say that i do believe that sanctuary cities make communities safer. victims of domestic violence, they are like low to report those crimes and seek the innervention of police if they know they will not be deported in oakland and the bay area where there were raids and arrests for people undocumented half of those people had no violent or criminal record. gi think american citizens take issue with the fact they are not allowed break the law but illegal ail yens are shielded from the law in california cities and counties are fighting back. mayor, >> we are proud to be a safrpth iary city. >> state of california signing immigration law a judge issued a ruling that coffee in the state must include a cancer warning. you got that right. california welcoming criminals in the state a judge is trying to protect people from coffee.
joining me for reaction. president of independent women's voice tammy bruce. article is about california's whacky approach to public safety >> great segment the absurdity with the arguments. as they are doing this. the arguments are made and as you mentioned the goner part oftened 70 criminals but 5 exconvict illegal aliens including for kidnapping and that you will that can avoid being deported a judge is forcing coffee shops to post a cancer warning in any place that serves coffee so that you can be reminded that it is your lifestyle that is the problem. they are considering banning straws and the plastic caps on bottles we love the oceans and want to save them what we know about the plastic the super
majority is from china. banning straws in california is not going to save the ocean. the messaging here is while you -- the criminal illegal aliens embraces and protected. american citizens going about their regular business, having a straw and cup of coffee the message is you are the problem. your lifestyle is the problem and you you have to be controlled. >> california has a list of labels. amusement parks. hotels. boats. wooden furniture. pumpkin puree. potato the. in california any person who has a number of living frogs must be condemned. >> they care about people they want to keep you safe and need to keep you safe from yourself inform meantime if you are gotting coffee and worried about the coffee the person next to you may be that criminal illegal
alien ecconvict next to you. the message is the american citizen is the problem has to be protected from themselves and effectively embrace criminals we know have behavior that harm individuals and elevate them and embrace them. this is the left iist message l angeles or london you see what unregulated lib rappism does it is is liberalism that is a danger and liberal policy not the american citizen. gi would say leftism. liberalism has a way of making it seem openness and freedom california is a total state >> policies work to control people not set them free >> the thing is we were trying to the to laugh we did a bit because it is funny the truth is when you get to the seriousness of this and laid out in yourom
ed available on fox news.com this is criminality and people's lives. >> you got criminals who have a history of the behavior that destr destroys lives and california last year also passed a law demanding that farmers control the flap 11s of cows because of global warming which is impossible. if you make up in california you could automatically be a criminal of san francisco you can only park a car in your garage nothing else. it is remarkable micromanaging of your lives then ushering in directly dangerous framework in your lives. and of course it confuses people and sends a message we are the problem and also though for tir annie creates a division and chaos and effectively a confusion know one can do and where you can be say in
california not many place. >> yea are we are seeing municipalities pushing back >> have to be the people to push the politicians want more of this. they will never stop. >> they lost power and control >> thank you. >> thank you. >> up next the media is in a tizzy over trump sending troops to the border we will tell you what they are getting wrong, straight ahead.
the military as a play toy. >> this is security theatre. what he wants is the image. >> talk about military and the border it conjures soldiers in uniform with bayonets on the rio grand. >> when we look from a security perspective someone precipitate a crisis that could get a lot killed >> base on the whim of an impetius and reactive president. >> the president using the national guard creating this hysteria there is a national emergency and using our taxpayer dollars to try to booster his low pole numbers with his base. >> joining me is someone who agree agrees francisco hernandez. thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. why is it that president bush in 0 aches and obama why is it hay
enjoyed overwhelming support to send the national guard to the border but with trump there is a problem? >> actually they didn't enjoy. on capitol hill they did. >> everyone thought it was a dum idea what happened daca and immigration reform. what happened to building the wall in mexico paid for. i came on this show and said if woe have to build it let's go. we have to legalize 100,000 mexicans to build it. congress, republican majority has not begin president trump one dollars to put the first brick on the border. are we forgetting that. now we are back in the boogie man about sanctuary cities. >> 1.6 billion dollars for the wall >> that is the repair the parts that fell in 2004. border patrol did an update and said, yes they are repating the wall but they are starting to build new wall in sectors they have been requested to by local
agents. >> no. we have not started the legal precedings for emnan domaine. you are locking in the 11 million law abiding, hard working people that love america, nobody loves america as much as undocumentedim grants that they should become citizens. >> if they could. >> they can well is a process. if you listen to mr. hannity's proposal and president trump's proposal let's create the system. >> wait, i have to let's take a step back here. president trump you mentioned daca offered to give 1.6 illegal ail yens not only amnesty but a path to citizenship. i want to go back to the problem administration. >> what happened to it. >> the democrats didn't want it. the issue at hand. >> why do we neat the democrats. news of the day. the administration is arguing
they need border security to get rid of this immigration. 50,000 people across the southern border in march after congress talking about offering amnesty. i want to go to president trump and i want you to respond. talking about the national guard and i gallon get your response. >> francisco we will listen and i will have you respond. >> we cannot let peoplent oern country we don't know who they are, what they do, where they came from. no idea what their records are. we are working out systems mou and called out the national guard. and -- you know we doing a real job i tell you what the laws of this country have to be strengthened and toughened up. >> what's wrong with that. united states of mexican embas dover said we have a joint interest in making sure the border is secure what is wrong with what he said. i don't care what mexico thank
yous the magnet for us we are hiring them you and i every time we get a cheap roof or cheap road or cheap plate of earnladace we are the magnet other governments ecpel them. we are 50% responsible. get on to creating a system where the folks want to work hard and don't -- you are inflating issue. we are talking about the president calling the national guard that is the issue here not discussing the issue of amnesty i know you want to come first but for years people have been promised they would have border security in exchange for amnesty the administration is put being border security first. why president trump said the same as bush and obama and your side of theave thinks it is new and unnecessary. >> don't put me on either side of the political aisle.
both sides torblame both need the boogie man. democrats want to blast the other side and republican don't want to solve the issue. you and i discussed temporary work or visace. what is wrong with that. the people that have their stake. >> we need illegal jobs. >> we are out of time. >> last words we are out of time. final thoughts. >> thank you. >> francisco thank you. jury room bring in someone who knows about border enforce am. dan patrick is a republican. >> hi. >> thank you for being here we appreciate it. talk to us about the impact of the national guard on the southern border how will this help and how will it to the ill licrossings into your state. >> texas taken the lead joining the president in skushg the border in texas our budget we have put 6 million dollars in eachure billions to dot job obama did not do thank god for
trump he campaigned and knew what he was talking about america is supporting him i heard your gust about his approval rating they are up over 50% and republicans 85 to 90%. people get this president stands for americans. in terms of the national guard, we welcome temperature i hope he leaves them here until hell freezes over the wall is built it makes a difference when rick perry called national guard four year ago it made a difference when you have men and women in uniform on the border it sends a message we are serious about protecting our country. we are all in in texas with president trump on this issue. >> governor can you expand on that and how crime from illegal immigration affected texas in the human cost and economic cost on your state? >> well, let's look at the facts. i hear democrats and liberals on fox all the time and other
networks crying there are no crimes committed by illegal immigrants. in texas only, in the last seven years we put in our jails over 245,000 criminal ail yens the facts. we charged them with sick 50,000 crimes current or on their wrap sheet. convictions 566 murders 274 kidnapping when trump talks about rape in texas 3, 244 sexual assaults joined with 40,000 other assaults. 40,000 drug crimes. thousands of gun crimes and thousands of gang members m circumstance 13 committing crime when is you hear the mayor of beshg low say sanctuary cities make us safer it is nonsense. absolute nonsense in texas we passed senate bill 4 last february and upheld bite courts
we give the power to police if they want to ask where you are coming from and ask to see your documents you can in texas. if jerry brown tried to pull a stunt like he is doing in california he is notup holding his oath. oath that jerry brown is the same i took or goner abbott took the state changes the name. we swear an oath to the constitution and uphold the laws of our count and he state and brown is not doing it. in texas if democrats defy working with ice we can fine their cities. we can arrest the officials and run them out of office. we are not putting up with this in texas and america is with the president and with texas that's why everyone wants to move to tex texas. >> one final thought what impact is the national guard going to have in terms of bolstering border patrol to get on the frontlines to stem the increased mroe of illegal immigration we have seen the past couple of
months. >> well is a lot in symbol itch. what you say the president trump helped border crossings go down by taking a stand. waiting for congress to step you with funds for wall and more border agents. now he is going from rhetoric to action. congress will not act it is time for congress to give them the money for wall. we need the wall not in every mile there are natural barriers in many around the big cities where most cross and get in the big cities and disappear we need walls around major crossings we have 19 in texas with mexico. having the national guard sends a message if you are from central america where the gang member are coming and you get to the border and you steel men in mittune forms and women on the border it accepteds a strong message. >> absolutely. and -- deterrent. it will be a deterrent and send
them back to where they went and keep us safer. you mentioned the economic impact. >> we're running out of time. >> goner i appreciate it. >> it is are huge as well as crime >> thank you. lieutenant goner dan pat rescue. president is on target. >> thank you. >> next the left is out to get epa add administrator pruitt will president trump stand by his man?
pressure for president trump to scott pruitt after want reports he had a rented condo owned by the wife of an energy lobbyist. bring in fox chief ed henry. >> he has been a strong president trump agenda of cutting government regulation and stip lay the economy and save taxpayer monet president responded to that case saying he has confidence in pruitt. this president voiced support for other chiefs to push them out after. today a spoke man gave pruitt soch backing by saying he could not speak to the add administrator's future. the president saw the interview with fox and not happy with the answers. white house officials saying they told pruitt not to do the interview but he did it every. going around to get pay raises
for close aids the washington post reporting despite telling fox he found out this week that is not true. pruitt is dealing with new problems. drafis is resigning it is unrelated the questions but at a time others are look to get out. new memo from an epa lawyer suggests he okayed the arrangement am where pruitt rented an apartment based on gift rules but did not have all the facts. third house republican called on pruitt to go. the new york law make are believes it is the best interest for mr. pruitt to resign. rand paul tweeting scott pruitt the behavest member of trump's cabinet woe need him to help president trump drain the swamp. kim noted president obama ep achieve lisa jackson spent twice
as much on an official trip to china than toit low by pruitt. ed meetia gave obama a pass. >> obama cabinet official rented an apartment in washington. >> you know what i think about it, they want to go in the issues back then. >> scott is doing a fantastic job. so vote of confidence from the president. new york times saying 5eepa officials after concerns on big spending he wanted a 20 person protective detail. he did tell me that because of his effective innocence over turning regulations liberals are angry he got death threats. >> thank you. we appreciate it. president trump traveled to west virginia had tough talks for
china. >> for many years no president wanted to go against china economically and -- we are going to do it. we had a trade deficit of 500 billion dollars. last year. with china. and i have great respect for the president of china, but he is representing china and i'm representing the united states of america. and it was time we did something. >> late braking president trump says he is considering an additional 100 billion dollars in terror taraves on china after of the state might levy tariffs on 50 billion in american products. joining me issan 21, thank you for being here what do you make of the president's thing with china. joy think it is a dangerous game we are playing. tit for tat with china.
no one expected china to respond as quickly as they did. the burden will be passed down to middle class working families especially farmers people who came out in numbers for donald trump. he is going down a dangerous political path and could be hurtful for him. >> that is a valid point chinese are not stupid they are targeting iowa and kansas and goods that come from trump country. the president is getting backing from a number of people we feel have a quote from jamie diamond ceo of j. p. morgan backing the president's stance. we have entered a time of unsearch over global trade. president trump agreements with countries and nations. probably most important low the united states and chien at two largest economies acknowledge
many of the complaints about trade it is not unwraenl for the united states to press ahead for more e 8511sy. the best argument negotiation alone has not worked we feel have seen officials including republican politicians criticizing the president saying we need to punish china but there are other ways to go about temperature i'm not seeing a lot of offers on the table about how to go after china. >> i think that will be up to the legislative branch to do it if they want to get that done. it should be done in a bipartisan way none in partisan way tell impact democrats and republican i'm disash pointed the president took this approach. >> a lot of democrats agree with him this is an issue for republicans. i want to bring in charlie from washington the washington times and is charlie with us. >> thank you. all right. what is your take on this. president is threatening to levy
100 billion dollars. against china on tariffs. are they being targeting most ardent supporters >> they are being strategic. at the end of the day the thing important to remember is one thing everybody aggress upon is for a long time chima has been taking advantage of the united states. they have been steeling permanent. they have not been practicing prix trade the way that all of the agreements envisioned. so, for and -- goodness knows i love free trade and want it. president trump wants free trade but you have to -- you have to address the problems that have -- plagued the us for decades now. and i think that what president trump his strategy is you use the tariffs as a way of -- browbeating china to the table to discuss these things.
you know, will it work? we don't know. i do think that politicians from both sides of the aisle have igfloral third degree problem for decades. it was a chief reason he got elected president in the 50 place. >> you want to respond? >> i continuing ironic trump wants to tough on china when he and his businesses benefit sourcing through china family businesses 9 trade marks that were out sourceed china. if he will be tough be tough all the way. >> i think he is being tough on china this will hurt his businesses if you want to go to that conversation but -- charlie. we don't know. >> all of these -- tariffs and things he is talking about would have the exact same affect for his own businesses as for any other business as it should be >> i want to ask the political
question. we are up against a mid term election the administration hopes the ends justifies the means there will be say squeeze on the tariffs. the add tragz is argue itting is temporary. larry was saying it is temporary move to better long-term trade deal with china are well political implications for that. >> i think there are political risks. no dub. that is what this guy got elected to do to take the political rescues and you know this katie we have been listen to politicians for so long. they make promises they never attempt to do anything to if i can the problems they campaignod. this is a guy who -- yes, rough road and yes, there are risks but -- real political risks but he is doing what he said he would do. >> true. >> i don't know charlie if you
consider doing by cutting in the fabric of who the people are the farmers will feel this in middle class working america. i don't think the president wants to travel down that dark road. >> tough call. china needs reign nothing and need to be punished for steeling inlectual permanent permanent thank you, we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> yep. the left is caught after another one of the their tifs crumbles before their eyes, stay tuned.
>> katie: another narrative from the left has fallen another narrative from the left fell apart over the pulse mass shoot nothing or land's in the wake of the shooting rampage that killed 49 obama officials and many in the media said it was fuelled by 18 gay bigotry >> an act of terror and an act of hate. we know the story the target was a gay club during a latin night. individuals who were harmed were members and friends of the lbgt community. >> leave it to an outlet of the left to expose that has false. report bite huffington post everyone got the story wrong.
details from the wife revealed his assault was random opportunity. driven by isis. joining us with lisa, thank you for being here. >> pleasure. >> why when we have a terror attack on american soil or over seas does the left and media automatically go to finding a motive that has nothing to do with the situation? >> yea. that is the question here now is to say we had toefdz know this man pledged aliegeians to isis sayos facebook that his actions were in retaliation for boming in syria because this was an a gay club it became a hate crime. why is the media so quick to mute or erase the jihadi narrative because we want to be politically correct and not
marginalize the lbgt community or because they don't want to ignore the real threat which is there are americans who are being recruited and pledging who live in the united states. and the answer to that is that if you are fearful of fraps perhaps being insensitive on a minority group are are being more insensitive to americans. >> you bring up that narrative, a couple quotes from media members in the aftermath of the shooting. let's say it plain low this was a mass slaying aimed at lbgt people a homo phobic act. arguing the same the orlando massacre was a homo phobic hate crime and u.s. news says, numerous reportses that omar had strong homo sexual urges paints
a picture of a man reconciling his feelings with his homo phobic muslim cult urs. this had nothing to do with his motive. this attack happened you had reporting on the motive in this attack? >> yea. why does this need to check one box. why do we sigh work place violence or the person was mentally unestablish. answer is that the person who pledges to isis and has this jihadi point of view does need his life. he does probably hate gays he came upon this night club. yet narrow view to shut out or discredit any type of narrative. now that we have almost like extracted this was a hate crime.
why was this -- why was it a push to get rid of the real narrative jihadism. the one thing i reportod after this was -- al-quaeda media -- on the online news out let they put out an alert want to to be jihadi telling them if you are going to launch an attack medicare sure that you don't do it on a minority group. piggybacking off of this attack they thought americans will only take the blame themselves if it is a hate crime. if you are to launch an attack that it is in the nature of jihad and against white americans so they then and there was jihad theyment the credit and branded and we allowed this emin the situation for two years to get away with a false narrative. >> y woor running out of time but just regoing over this case looking at facts by a number of
law enforcement agencies we are now as you mentioned with the narrative for years being about a hate crime. and trying to prevent it in the future. >> i think the false, thing that is coming out in the huffington post piece this came to light after the trial. that is not true. we knew all of the piece of evidence when the crime happened he pledged to isis. that he was doing this to retaliate for crimes that america is committing in syria. and this was all really to just take away from the real narrative this was jihad and islam islamic terrorism. >> thank you for coming on. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> give up your gun or face the consequence. where a mirror struck down the second amendment. next.
residentses have until june 15th to give them up if they refuse they will face fines of thousand dollars per day. here is joel pain. joel, we have been hearing that the left does not have an 18 gun agenda or an agenda of banning guns here we are with deerfield not just banning assault rifles. why a number of other accessories deem as military style. >> well, i don't think this is the left that is doing this this is a locality doing something for the safety of their community the same another did high land park in 2013 and survived a couple challenges that show that this is something the court did not stand in the way of. it followed suit with what
florida did in the parkland shooting. they are coming together the initial government and leaders have failed to act meaningfully on gun control on ensuring we are protecting citizens from gun violence. not everyone was on board the majority said they were against the measure. i want to play sounds from a woman who was against banning these types of fire arms. >> will be lots of talk about second amendment rights but -- i would be hard pressed to find any write that is unrestricted. >> she was for this measure. my question is how is illinois not have a number of -- pieces of legislation on the book already with gun control? okay. states and localities have the right to act to make sure they are protecting their citizens the same if you go to counties
they may be dry where you can't have alcohol is alcohol in the bill of rights. have you to be a certain age >> is drivewaying a constitutional right >> this is what will keep there are community safe. conservatives like this. answer my question is driving and drinking alcohol are constitutional rights? >> excuse me is drinking alcohol and driving a vehicle constitutional rights? >> they are not but they are things that are government says. we student: constitutional rights. other ma'ams in our cherished ma'am we have restrigzs on. we have restrictionos the second amendment. not to enjoying thel fully but responsibly. >> i think it is inconsistent for comfortabletives to say now they have a problem with local items coming together to protect. >> conservatives don't believe in taking out pieces of the bill
of rights i hope the bill of rights would apply that way. based on fact this ban did pass. how are they going to enforce this. charge a thousand a day if they don't turn the firearms off, are they going to search homes and get a warranty to decide? how are they going to enforce this. why would you tail do anything unlawfully. i'm honestly asking are you going door to door to take fireman arms how do you enforce a law leak this. i don't live there. if there is a law against jay walking jay walk system the same as the second ma'am. seriously the left talk is how they don't want to take firearms they pass legislation like this. raise the age not dot same thing. how do you enforce this law
without violating a number of the other rights we have in the constitution like rights to nonimproper search and ceasure how will they enforce this law across the country? >> i'm not sure how to answer your question you do the way you do anything work with local officials to make sure they are aware of the regulations and take steps and if people run afoul you hold them acounselable. iothis is why gun owns don't want a national registry. >> they can take them. >> it was upheld we are out of time. gotta go. thank you. we will be back.
tomorrow night pete will number chair to wrap up the week and fox news team are up next. good night from new york. new y. ♪ >> shannon: i'm shannon bream in washington. this is night -- this is "fox news @ night." we have a big stone tonight. did roger stone dine within julian assange? and join us live tonight. plus anthony scaramucci will join us to weigh in on the president throwing out the script today. we begin with breaking news in the proverbial want. the president responding for the first time of the key part of the stormy daniel saga and discovered documents that the republicans say show new evidence of justice department and