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assassination of president drum, using the same phrase is shattered by the person who killed malcolm x. with every criticism, she got rid of the tweet, denying it was a reference to the presidential assassination. let not your heart be troubled. we'll never be the hatred of media. laura ingraham is next door. she great store. >> laura: i was falling maggie haberman of "the new york times" on twitter, she said, spotted at the white house, hannity. just one name. it's like -- >> sean: let me tell these fake newspeople something. as hard as they try, i am never, ever, in my life, going to confirm or deny my sources or who my friends are, my conversations. let them disclose bears. >> laura: i'm just teasing you. i know you had french fries at the white house. >> sean: that's not true. fake news. fake news. >> laura: hannity, great to have you in town. we really enjoyed it.
great coverage last night. i'm laura ingraham. this is "the ingraham angle" from d.c. another show chock-full of news that you can't miss. by the way, what about "believe all women"? they said that. at least until they came after one of their own, of course. we are going to expose the shocking double standard swamping the virginia democratic party tonight, plus despite being a victim of gun violence, congressman steve scalise will tell estimate that the democrats are refusing to let him testify -- get this -- at a gun violence hearing. he's going to testify here later on in the hour. raymond arroyo is here to discuss the medias ionization of nancy pelosi after her pathetic antics, was she reading a chinese menu? you be the judge. plus, a modern art installation that is attacking a member of the first family. you will not believe it. it involves a vacuum cleaner.
that is all on "seen and unseen," coming up. first, the great disruptor becomes the great unifier. that's the focus of tonight's "angle." ♪ as the president has discovered, being a disruptor has its personal downsides. whether it's the border wall or troop withdrawals from syria and afghanistan, the swap is to holding him back. the antagonism he continues to face from his political opponents is vicious. but as we saw last night, when they are commonly confronted with clarity, they are often flummoxed. trump has co-opted some of their big issues, like their trade, criminal justice reform, in opposition to endless military interventionism. now last night, trump, though, tried to find some common cause. >> we must reject the politics of revenge, resistance, and retribution, and embrace the boundless potential of
cooperation, compromise, and the common good. we can bridge all divisions, heal old wounds, build new coalitions, forge new solutions, and unlock the extraordinary promise of america's future. >> laura: nancy pelosi's mark notwithstanding, last night the president did something for you expected. he attempted to unify the country. he was even magnanimous towards his most hostile critics, giving that ghost gals, the throng of white suited lefties, they are due. >> don't sit yet. like this. we also have more women serving in congress than at any time before. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting "usa"] >> laura: the president accomplished something there that his enemies may have misse
missed. while they were clearly chanting "usa" is a celebration of themselves, trump got them to take up the refrain usually reserved for his rallies. now for a moment, even the democrats experienced with so many americans around the country's have experienced at a trump rally, a sense of vibrant community, a patriotic chanting together, not something nasty but something positive. our country. the good feelings didn't last too long. npr repaid the residence magnum entity with a phony fact-checkey insisted that the number of women in congress was "almost entirely because of democrats," not trump's party. speaker pelosi attempted to make the same insipid point. >> you've got to acknowledge the 15 republicans and 91 democratsc women in the congress of the united states. isn't it weird to bring this up? >> laura: a woman who looked like she was reading a menu at a
chinese restaurant during the speech, and she is saying that was weird. the president never said we have more republican women serving in congress than ever before, he only saluted the fact that there were more women serving. i guess some people can't even take a compliment. but it doesn't matter i think because the american people saw the president trying to reach out. they also saw a side of him that often gets lost, the caring, grandfatherly, and, yes, even tender side of donald trump. >> joining melania in the gallery this evening is a very brave 10-year-old girl. grace eline. [cheers and applause] >> laura: he saluted our world war ii veterans, holocaust survivors, and buzz aldrin. it was a purely american evening, where people felt good about the country, and i think
the average person, not the jaded people in washington, l.a., and new york, but the regular folks, they just reveled in seeing our heroes, from decades ago and even some new ones. once or twice, the president even managed to get both sides of the aisle to rise and support of a legislative agenda and an item that is something they would've laughed out a year ago, looking at paul ryan, paid family leave. look at chuck schumer jumping to his feet. >> also proud to be the first president to include in my budget a plan for nationwide paid family leave. [applause] >> laura: now when it was over, i think the left was kind of grasping for something, anything, please help them, give them something to criticize. speak of the president of the united states at this moment in the world did not mention climae change and even a sentences frankly frankly a disgrace. >> there were soldiers who were transgender who have been thrown
out of the military. he did not mention them. >> this is the same speech donald trump always gives. >> this is an angry, racist platform that has been surrounded by sweet stories, and world war ii veterans. >> laura: oh, my god, . they sounded so ridiculous, like, sex trafficking and treble, criminal justice reform -- we'll get into this, but that is just dishonest. it's ridiculous for them to say that. what the state of the union did was remind the american people of how much could the president has done over the last two years -- not perfect, but he's done a lot of good things. not only economically either, not what i'm talking about. also on foreign policy, which he is derided for by the smart set at msnbc. also for the cause of life, the most vulnerable among us. this beach vividly revealed the contrast between his vibrant policies that are very clear, and the pale, colorless agenda
of the left. they are now the party of -- think about the left, the democrats. infanticide, open borders, drug legalization, racial lysing politics, everybody's a racist,n agenda, and for some, socialism. >> what is your view of your parties drift -- not entirely, but in many prominent members -- toward socialism? >> i wouldn't quite call it socialism. there are others who want to -- but the bottom line is, all of us believe that when you look at the state of the union on the economy, it's not good for middle-class families. so you have to focus on what's really happening here and the president is just not doing tha that. >> laura: the softer version of socialism, schumer style. the president may had to not
have united congress with united many out there watching. the american people, by pulling off the mask of some of these naysayers, the negativity purveyors, the democratic party today. during that speech -- it was kind of long, people were saying it was too long -- i got a text from people saying they wanted to go on longer. they loved the stories and they loved the hope in that speech. i think many saw perhaps for the first time the reality of what the left represents, and how opposed they are to the common sense good policies that trump is brought to washington. the petulance and the nastiness that democrats displayed last night, i think, is going to be remembered well into 2020. so while donald trump's confident kindness. but no worry. the dems were hard at work trying to repair their reputations today, as the chair of the house judiciary committee, jerry nadler, chalked up a big win for his party. he eliminated that so help me
god line from the hearings swearing in, until, well, a republican colleague insisted that he put it back in. heck of a job, jerry. you go knock yourself out. trying to eat away at the fabric of america. i think most of the country would rather celebrate our traditions as donald trump did last night. and that is "the angle." joining me now with reaction, fox news contributor dan bongino. ari fleischer, former white house press secretary under bush 43, and dave bossie, former deputy campaign manager for trump. ari, want to talk to you first. you are so many of the state of the union speeches over the yea year. it wasn't just that the president -- he delivered. he delivered the rhetoric, the examples -- i think the other story line is how much the democrats seemed just immature. the word petulant and childish and self absorbed comes to mind. out of step with the rest of the country. >> yeah, they wouldn't even
cheer when the president was talking about how unemployment for african-americans, hispanics at all time low. growth for middle income, wage earners, 10-year high. they wouldn't applaud for that because of the bitterness of not being able to acknowledge that donald trump has led the economy and a good direction. laurel, i went to the back, try to look at the arc of democratic opposition, and a start of the moment that president trump was elected. they said "not my president." immediately, fifth avenue, resisters, 18 term that was used against the nazis in france. and i tried to get the elect electoral college to undo the election. he's never had a chance with these democrats, no matter what he does. when you talk about breaking norms in washington, this is a huge part of it. the media doesn't like to talk about that democrats are the ones who led the edge and breaking those. >> laura: the olive branch he
reaches out with, the president, it snapped off by them before he even gets going with it. dave bossie, it is not just what ari says, resistance, revolution, stop, obstruct, demonize. they are now comparing him in just casual manner to richard nixon, as they did today on "morning joe." let's watch. >> if there is going to be peace and legislation, there cannot be for and investigation. it just doesn't work that way. >> one year of watergate is enough. >> wow. so would you call that trump's nixon moment? >> i would call it trump goes to nixon, yes. >> full nixon. >> that's ridiculous. there is a difference here. there's been no evidence of collusion. this investigation has been going on for two years. not one shred of evidence, not one scintilla of evidence, that
shows any collusion between us, the trump campaign -- >> laura: there -- they have a lot of bodies working over there that show. they can cut, okay, you cut this, try to find -- so they are working overtime. i don't think it is connecting. it connects may be within new yorkers outcome of the people who read "the new yorker," have it in their bathroom. >> trying to intimidate the president what the president is trying to do. >> laura: last night at the midnight show, dave, they said brad sherman said here -- i'm glad it came on -- from california, but he said, they were threatening us, the president was. he was threatening us. what did you watch? >> these people have trumped have trump derangement syndrome, they hate the president more than they love the country. you can see it, as far as the applause, the bitterness, the anger, hatred, since election day, we saw those mobs in the streets -- >> laura: have too much of the investigation, why mention it at all? >> i think it's a good thing.
the president understands what the american people are hearing every day from the fake news. one of the things that this president has done, educate the american people on fake news. this president has said enough is enough, and has been no evidence, none whatsoever, that he's done anything wrong. >> laura: dan bongino, another moment, adam schiff and the president went back and forth today. again, the glow of the state of the union. following on the state of the union, did not feel very globally to me. let's watch. >> allow us to investigate any credible allegation that financial interests or other interests are driving decision-making of the president or anyone in the administration. the american people have a right to know, indeed, have a need to know. >> adam schiff? that wouldn't be partisan, what it? has no basis to do it. >> laura: he said he's a partisan hack. he's a partisan hack.
partisan hack, the day after the state of the union, adam schiff says, we'll turn over every document, going after your businesses, your family, -- it's way beyond russian collusion. >> i think the president was being nice, calling him a partisan hack. he's a loser. he's a discredited adam schiff, third-rate conspiracy theorist. laura, let me ask you a question. what has adam schiff and write about the russian collusion? anyone on the panel? has adam schiff said anything about the collusion hoax -- anything? does anyone in the audience have anything that adam schiff, an utterance from his lying list that is actually turned out to be true? now what is really disgraceful, he did it the day after the state of the union, what i thought was a really terrific speech. i generally think these beaches come and go but i thought he really moved the needle. probably temporary but he did a good job. what is adam schiff to? got to go back to his debunked, nonsensical conspiracy theories because we three, he is
embarrassed. he's been in other networks, trump hating these nonsense theories for months, none of them have come true, and he has to save face. now he's on to -- >> laura: looking for an assist from the southern district. he's like, help me out, got to do something, got to give me some document, give me some -- >> nothing else has worked out. >> laura: intention to leave a garage. >> it will be trump got a parking ticket. his driving record. >> it's exactly right. a continuation of trying to delegitimize this president since election day, to ari's point. that is all they have. they have nothing else but to try to damage him because it's all politics to them, not about -- >> laura: i think his numbers are pretty good. his numbers were low, he took a dip, trump ari, a month ago. you don't want them to go below 40. you know that from bush in 2006, when his numbers started to go down. that was a warning sign for the
2,006 midterms, a disaster for republicans. you can't blow off the approval numbers. you have to keep them up. i think the speech last night, it did, it showed him as hopeful and optimistic and i think people want optimism about the future of the country. democrats can work with him on it if they are honest. >> laura, you are raising a fundamental issue. make no mistake some of the president numbers are not good. an economy that strong, the president's numbers are quite low. the reason is come because the president has also made himself a bit of a bull in a china shop. everywhere he goes, he brings the china shop with him. it's one thing to be the outsider who came to washington to disrupt. the other as if he goes too far and never allows himself to grow over the middle and to bring an independents and centrists. last night's speech was very good in that sense but it can't just be a once a year events. that is the issue with the president. he's got the base, the base is loyal, the base is solid. i wish he had a base plus
strategy, getting more people involved to be before him. >> laura: you need is independents company have to show up for you, you need to b, and get the wall built, national emergency, have to get the wall belts. i got to say, ari is making a great point. i want you to quickly comment on this, you need to reinforce the message. i will say this every night. where is ben carson? assignment the state of the union. where is rick perry? these guys had to be pushing the president's agenda. they are not doing it. why? he can't do it alone asked max to give his team needs to be helping him more. >> laura: reagan's cabinet was all over the place. >> >> right. , 2 million jobs -- >> laura: numbers don't move the needle poured >> democrats are trying to run against the outcome of the economy is broken, we need to do more for the middle class, and the president is at -- >> laura: he connected emotionally last night with people. you need the emotional connection, dan. you have a lot of emotion, that
is where you connect with fox news. you bring passion. they want is a passion, not just directing things, to ari's point, they feel good -- to call adam schiff, a partisan hack, it feels good. as president from a focus on the american people. that is what he did. dan, final word. >> the president understands politics or two things. it is snapshots and sound bites, good photos and sound bites. what was the president's sound bite last night? you were born free, and will remain free, as u.s. citizens. what was the snapshot for the democrats? sitting on their hands while he was talking about preventing the late-term death and destruction of infant children from the womb. that is a snapshot that i don't think the democrats want. i think the president gets that. >> laura: we'll see how this all develops. he's going el paso on monday, will cover it here on "the ingraham angle." very smart move. i would hit the road today. i would have gone right on the road today. that is what bush and obama did. next time, next year.
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>> i believe dr. ford, and it's going to be about listening to what each party has to say. but i believe her. >> she told the truth and that was very clear. i think he was telling the truth and i don't believe him. >> laura: has anyone heard from those 2020 contenders on the rest of the me me too brig? the believe all women mantra has at the new snake by the democratic rising star, lieutenant governor justin fairfax, is himself accused of a serious sexual assaults. now we at "the ingraham angle" have been consistent for our calls for due process, don't rush to judgment, i don't like when people do that, i don't care what your political party is. fairfax deserves the same. but just five months after the kavanaugh smear job, i can't help but find the democrats' contortions on this issue very amusing. turning in all conservative commentator michelle malkin and democratic strategist monique presley.
michelle, aside from cory booker, who did say today, that these accusations need to be investigated, where are the women? elizabeth warren is busy on the indian stuff but where is kamala harris and kirsten gillibrand? >> they are awol. they are sitting in some corner, hiding from the few intrepid independent journalists in the beltway who dare ask those questions. there was a very amusing video from "the daily caller"'s henry rogers, hounding bernie sanders, who had to pretend to be on the phone to try to avoid those questions. cory booker only adjusted after being hounded by independent journalists were doing the work that most of the mainstream media won't do. belatedly, we are finding out, i believe it was abc news that reported, democratic state legislator bobby scott was apparently informed of these
allegations a year ago. i joined your expression, laura, of carefulness in dealing with any of these allegations, because over the last several years, i've made it one of my missions to talk about the consequences of a false allegations. in this case, the quite so my question is, was there a cover up, and was the mainstream media complicit? >> laura: that is an entirely different to a new wrinkle on this case, and we are following up on that. monique, how does this work of the democratic party today? i'm confused. i've consistently said, you can to do this. you can to destroy someone's career but based on a 30-year-old costume or based onn allegation that nobody can corroborate. he said-she said unless there's something we don't know. these allegations against fairfax are really gross. i want to read them on the air.
other networks are doing it but i refuse to. is there a double standard with the dems? >> there is not a double standard until come out and say something different than when kavanaugh was concerned or al franken was concerned. if anyone has a double standard, if the republicans who are saying, sexual assault allegation, he should resign. i never heard any of those things. i agree. you've been consistent. my record is pretty consistent on the fact that i believe that should be due process and i believe that you have to have corroboration. i don't think any of us disagree about that. this is something that should be taken seriously. >> laura: the sound bites don't lie. they were rushing to the camera when the supreme court seat was on the line. they had to get -- the document was leaked out of the senate, it found its way to "the washington post," and then brett kavanaugh was talking about what he did when he was 17 years old. that is how that worked. >> because the time was so shor
short. >> laura: why did bobby scott not come forward? another democrat started in virginia, people love him. >> not a state legislator. a member of congress. what he's saying is, he first learned from her that she was a victim of a sexual assault and didn't know who it was and later put the two and two together. she provided information. i don't believe where somebody is not corroborated that it's a place of any one particular person to report if the person who is the victim of the alleged assault decides not to. >> laura: the most fair-minded people, michelle, i agree with much of what monique just said -- don't rush to judgment. i did a whole monologue on that friday night. but it never applies the other way. there are a few really honest liberals who paused before the kavanaugh thing and said they were uncomfortable but not many. look at the way he looks. he looks smug. it is like the covington catholic kid. he had to be guilty of
something. look at him. the rush to judgment. >> that's right. they indicted him, they hung him, smeared him, before any of the real substantiation and cooperation was in and a lot of it still isn't in. that's the point. just look at the disingenuousness of cory booker over the last 24 hours. when he was asked about yesterday, he didn't want to talk about it. oh, we need to focus on something more important. he never said that when it came to taking advantage and exploiting the uncorroborated allegations against judge kavanaugh. so is it believe all women or believe some women some of the time when it is politically expedient to do so? >> laura: everyone is looking for consistency and fairness across the board on this, whether it is costumes or things you set or road when you were in college order this. i think people -- everybody wants to to take a pause. this is where you go when you get into the pc puritanism game,
and it ultimately goes into a better place. great conversation. by the way, stay there, because congressman steve soliz is saying that houston grads are refusing to let him testify at a gun violence hearing. that can't be right. his response ahead. raymond arroyo will be here to bring up the nasty state of the union clapped upload of social media. why was that? a story of 10-year-old launching his own kneeling protest. wow. "seen and unseen" next. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid, plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. i'm back. aleve pm for a better am. and the kids chose medieval faire. they wanna hit the bullseye. you need to hit the atm. good thing you chose hampton, with free hot breakfast. book at hampton.com for our price match guarantee. hampton by hilton.
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♪ >> laura: it's time for our "seen and unseen" segment where we focus on the cultural stories of the day. ledingham social media, queen of the clap fact, a modern art installation demeans the first daughter, and 10-year-old cub scout taking a knee. joining us with all the details, raymond arroyo, fox news contributor, "new york times" best selling author of the upcoming book, almost out, "well wilder." pelosi did her very best to steal the presidents vendor last night. but it's the clapped fact that it's getting all the attention. we are hitting the news, everything you need to hear on vox. >> anyone he wants a state of the union and is familiar with speaker pelosi's attempts to steal the focus all evening, realized that she has perfected the art of subtle contempt. maybe she just needs some fix-it end. whatever the case, she was
gnawing on something in her mouth all evening. a lozenge, beef jerky, we may never know? >> laura: beef jerky! [laughs] >> she pulled out what might have been a large menu and she looked like she was trying to decide whether to have their frog while or the pea soup or maybe she's reading obamacare obamacare. now nancy pelosi's mouth take seems to be catching. this is kamala harris, laura, reacting to the president calls to put tell coyotes at a business at the border. look at her mouth. she's got them out to >> laura: it's of noxious. >> is spreading. nothing caught the attention of democrats at this moment at the state of the union, being called the nancy clap back. watch. [applause] you see, it is this extended shoulder. they are reading a lot into this. pelosi's daughter christine says, that clapped fact took me
back to the teen years. she knows, and she knows that you know, and frankly, she's disappointed that you thought it would work. she will clap for you. >> laura: why do we care about what christine pelosi -- the walk down memory lane with mommy? >> i will tell you what this is about. >> laura: she was a school division and is cool to now. >> "the washington post" had an article about this, "the exquisite shade of democrats nancy pelosi's applause." they are desperate. the other point, when stacey abrams is your mouth please come and nancy pelosi clapping seems like maria callas and the last act of "hostile." they are looking for help. something they can -- a bit of performance art they can latch onto. >> laura: i could not sleep last night, absolutely during the show, i kept thinking of that commercial. >> what was that? >> kent french as the world-class clapper. with the clapper, i only need t. >> clap on, clap off. >> clap things on, clap things
off. >> laura: when they lose the majority of the house of 2020, she can be the new clap on -- >> it may not be -- she may have been osteoporosis or something, just clapping. anyway, laura, a new exhibit -- >> laura: art exhibit. contemporary. >> just opened in washington. it's called ivanka vacuuming. ivanka trump look-alike is in a gallery, and patrons are invited to throw crumbs at her, trash, that she will vacuum up. the gallery says, "ivanka vacuuming is simultaneously a visual celebration of a contemporary feminine icon, a portrait of our own relationship to that figure, and a questioning of our complicity in her role playing." you know what i discovered about this cultural group putting this on? not only is it sexist and misogynist, this group is taxpayer-funded. they get $120,000 in coverall funding in 2016. imagine if they put
michelle obama and people were encouraged with her a produce at her in a garden or let's say hillary clinton, where you through email servers at her, and she picks them up. that will be seen as what it says, sexist, misogynist, and inhuman. this is really -- >> laura: i was never big into performance arts. >> me either. [laughter] >> laura: it's always like, there is a woman with a red dot on the wall, and she stares at it. >> how was a woman vacuuming art? this is called domestic chores. we have to do this. >> laura: it's idiotic. they did it for michelle, they would be protests out front. now finally, a cub scout -- my kids are in cub scouts, see them right there, cutie, he took a knee at a city council meeting in north carolina during the national anthem. local media picked up on my story. the kid and his father explained the stunts this way. >> what i did was take any against racial discrimination,
which is basically what people are being taught other people of different colors. >> when i did it, i was really surprised and also really proud of him. >> the father discussed this with him beforehand. he says -- the city council said, i'm glad that he exercised his conscience. this is not conscience, this is propaganda and political child abuse. >> laura: you think kids like that? >> he's not an nfl player, no reason for him to neil. he wants to protest, help poor people or better yet, take your cub scout troop would go to the inner-city. >> laura: i think a lot of veterans i saw commenting -- >> they were not happy. >> laura: they were like him i was an eagle scout, our whole thing is patriotism. patriotism from a to others. daddy has that paul in there. that's sad. while steve scalise, he was, as you remember, almost killed when
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♪ >> laura: democrats in the house judiciary committee held a hearing wednesday on new gun-control legislation that they hope to push on the american people. the top republican on the committee asked democrats of congressman steve scalise, himself a victim of gun violence, and a proponent of second amendment rights, could testify about his unique perspective. democrats denied him the opportunity. we reached out to the senate judiciary committee because it sounded like it can't be true, and we got a comment back tonight. to their credit, they did respond, saying "the republicans chose two other witnesses other than scalise but scalise's
testimony will be entered into the record." you can spend 10 minutes letting them testify? your now with steve scalise, how do you respond to their pushback on the narrative tonight? >> it was pretty bizarre. historically, when republicans were in charge, wind democrats were in charge, as a member of congress wanted to testify on a committee, they always provided a venue, that could happen. in this case, having a hearing in the judiciary on reducing gun violence. i've got a perspective, clearly mine dealt with something that happened to me, and i saw how goods were used to save people's lives. it should have been able to be part of the testimony. they wanted to focus on taking away the rights of law-abiding citizens. they are ultimately does not. so because my presentation would have been -- >> laura: it would've been very dramatic. my question is, again, everyone watching, they don't care about house procedures. bogged down there. why didn't doug collins, the
ranking member, assist you go first? if i'm the ranking member, no one stops you from testifying. i don't get what he did -- no one is better than you. i am biased. >> ultimately, he wanted me to be able to testify as well but in the end, if the democrats want to -- i will say this, nancy pelosi tried to rescind the president's ability to give the state of the union. >> laura: you are saying this is patty. >> this is how they are playing. they think they can silence conservative voices. you know what? they can't silence our voices. we will get this message out. go read their bill, hr 8. if you loan your shotgun to a friend of yours to go hunting, under surgeon's or circumstances, you could go to jail for a year and have a $100,000 fine. >> laura: if you own a shotgun shotgun -- -- >> go read their bill. their bill would under certain circumstances actually allow that to be a felony where you could get a year in prison and $100,000 fine.
basically if they think it was part of a gun transaction, if you selling your gun or loaning your gun to somebody else. the gun-control is what they are trying to get out. they want full-grown registration, take away your rights. by the way, if there about would have passed, would have done nothing to stop the shooting that happened in my case, parkland, a lot of these other tragedies. they want to take away the rights of law-abiding citizens to have a gun. they are trying to hide behind, we don't want rights taken away, we want to limit gun violence. >> laura: bit by bit, chip it away. >> we will call them out on it. they won't be able to silence these voices. let them play these situated have kangaroo courts but in the outcome of the american people -- >> laura: i know they think it's a winner, never a winner. the "under god." explain this very quickly. now jerry nadler went with -- was at the resource council -- natural resources committee? democrats who wanted the "will
help me god" taken out of swearing someone in? >> something new that democrats are doing in their majority. every house committees at their own rules and their roles for us wearing a person in. the committee or natural resources last week literally tried to change their swearing an oath that they take to remove the phrase "so help me god." >> laura: what are they worried about? >> republicans objected and they put if i can. they tried to sneak it through. in the judiciary committee today, they tried to do the same thing the natural resources committee. they literally tried to take away the phrase "so help me god god," republicans called them out on it, mike johnson in this case but these are democrats that are now chairing committees, this is pelosi's majority. all those democrats who won saying they are pro-life, pro-gun, against pelosi, they elected nancy pelosi is bigger, and now they are trying to take away god, silence voices, trying to take away your gun rights. this is only in their first month, laura. everybody pay close attention.
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♪ >> laura: now why is cnn providing cover for radical late-term abortion practices? and a piece published in their cnn health section -- that's rich -- arthur jessica rabbit interviews two ob-gyns, one of them who describes pro-lifers as antiabortion extremists. the conclusion in the end is "misleading hypotheticals showed as regards and contempt for people who have had an abortion later in pregnancy. people who had abortions deserve empathy and understanding, not judgment." and cnn was not interested in an opposing view, we thought we'd get one from from a doctor, and
ob-gyn. omar, dr. jennifer conti is quoted in the cnn piece, and says that it's nonsensical to legislate late-term abortions against them because no one arrives at the decision easily. does that hold water with you? >> certainly no one arrives at the decision easily. but it being nonsensical to legislate late-term abortions is crazy. what we're doing is actually trying to protect the lives of both the moms and babies. what they are trying to do is redefine the terms and play with the language, saying that we are antiabortion extremists, but they are also calling us forced birth errors. whatever language in the air trying to use to take the focus off of what is really happening, i don't care what they call it it. >> laura: you think what they are doing is they are arguing that there are people like you and other pro-life people, doctors and so forth, who are heartless, lacking in compassion, they don't care,
when the practice itself -- we are not talking about first trimester, a lot of americans are okay with that. we are talking about when a baby is viable and even born. already born. >> exactly. we care deeply about these moms. we also care deeply about these babies. how can somebody look in the face of a baby and essentially kill it? they are able to do that psychologically i think because it is -- they are doing it before the baby is out of the mom, so they are not seeing what they are actually doing. it's minutes away from being born. those babies can exist and leave without any problem outside of the mom. >> laura: a lot of women have had emergency c-sections, and it's a month before their due e baby is fine. i've got kids that were born three months premature. they are people, human beings by this is what dr. barbara leavy, another ob-gyn, says, "it's important to remember, in the
discussion about abortion care -- that's what they call it -- or any other component of care, that these are complicated, nuanced circumstances that affect the course of real people's lives." in the case of the baby, the life is snuffed out. you see they are using this kind of, "well, it's nuanced, you're making this a black and white issue, it's not." you are trying to substitute your judgment for the judgment of a woman and her doctor. >> right. it is nuanced and there are a lot of things that need to be considered. the primary thing that needs to be considered, as obstetricians, we have two patients, the mom and baby. for us to be successful, both patients need to be taken care of. ideally, we need to be able to protect the lives of both. >> laura: what happened to the hippocratic oath? first all, don't you harm. >> it will have a window. i don't know what happens. go ahead. >> laura: we are out of time but we will expose this to med schools across the country, i
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from i.c.e. thank you. [cheers and applause] >> laura: oh, that's a winning look. put that in a campaign poster. all the time we have left tonight. ed henry and the "fox news @ night" team did a great job last night, and they take it from here. >> ed: that i roll, she posted on twitter herself, trying to raise money off of it. we'll see. >> laura: good luck. >> ed: great show, thank you. we begin with a fox news alert. believe it or not, the political crisis in virginia is escalating it again. now the states top three democrats are all involved in scandal tonight. as today the state's attorney general disclosed he wore a black base once in college. breaking tonight, a senior democratic congressman admitted just over an hour ago that he learned about the allegation of sexual assault being made against democratic lieutenant governor justin fairfax but appears to have done nothing. he learned about it about a year ago. congressman bobby scott now says he's