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the president responded to her request on twitter. i haven't struck the secretary of state mike pompeo but he fully agrees, she's not coming back. all right, we are not the hate mob trump media. and let not your heart be troubled as laura ingraham, enough time for the mail again. i'm so bad at show time management. >> laura: i miss the "hannity" hotline i called several times. i miss that. can you reinstitute that? i'm getting rusty here. >> sean: if i can manage my show better and get my mail in and that "hannity" hotline and i would be a better host. >> laura: a great show as always. >> sean: have a great show. >> laura: i am laura ingraham and "the ingraham angle," and it is a totally predictable turn of events in the jussie smollett case. vampire actor now officially indicted on a felony charge for filing a false police port, a ld and charting a new video from
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chicago just moment safe. also tonight less than a week after trump's new ag was confirmed, reports that mueller's investigation could be coming to an end next week. wow! the exclusive reaction there, plus what does john wayne and barack obama have in common? they are both part of a seen and unseen with raymond arroyo. a breaking news alert out of chicago with the attorney has just filed a felony charge against smollett with felony disorderly conduct for filing a police -- false police report mike to have the pd with all of the details, might. >> mike: jussie smollett star, singer and suspect charged with disorderly conduct, a felony in this case. we have gotten released from his legal team reading as follows, like any other citizen
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mr. smollett presumption of innocence particularly when there's been an investigation like this one where information both true and false has been repeatedly leaked, given the circumstances we intend to conduct a thorough it -- a thorough investigation and an aggressive defense. the brothers, testified for two and a half hours, obabinjo osundairo and abimbola osundairo before a grand jury and the attorney said they were paid and the hoax but the payment does not fit the narrative that we know. she said the brothers are speaking to investigators because they had a change of heart and determine the truth needs to come out. what is their disposition right now. they've been through a lot. >> mike: they have been through a lot absolutely and i think the american people have been through a lot too so they were eager to tell their stories. >> mike: gloria smith said that must have trouble sleeping at night, jussie smollett and in touch with us, the legal team and negotiating terms for his reasonable surrender for him to turn himself in. he has got a bond hearing at
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1:30 tomorrow, laura. >> laura: mike thanks for that report and we will follow throughout the night. we really appreciate it. and now victimhood you. that is the focus of tonight's angle. as we see polls showing young people slouching toward socialism, got me thinking, why is this happening? why would they embrace a system that has proven itself such a colossal failure? think about it come a contraction of liberty my scarcity of goods, scarce medicine, and power in the hands of governmental authorities. well socialism i think can be in part contributed to a new spokesman. people like congressman alexandria ocasio-cortez. it is the key to understanding this fanatical bad is that when you are a socialist, facts are irrelevant. now why?
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they are irrelevant because the ends more equal to society justified the means. >> if people really want to blow up one figure here or one where they are, i would argue they are missing a forest for the trees. i think there is a lot of people were concerned about being precisely, factually and semantically correct than about being morally right. >> laura: okay, but what is the source of your morality? morality according to whom, mark, angle, somebody else? and i thought we would impose our morality on others when it came to issues like life or marriage, but when a liberal can't claim moral superiority, all the rules change. now consider the situation on campuses today. free thought and free speech have been marginalized or altogether obliterated.
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and they are marginalized or obliterated in favor of an forest and adherence to the ever-changing lexus credo. a credo where marcus is, trumps the free market and trigger warnings beat down free thoughts. the america foundation released a study of courses being offered has some ivy league colleges. if you have these are really howlers, check them out last semester at columbia, you could have taken a class called fascism, fedex and polities them. the election of donald trump renewed interest in examination of fascism. ideology is a political movement and form a government. and cornell, last fall, students took history of the apocalypse from astrodome, brexit immigration and the election of donald trump have all been recently heralded as signs of an imminent apocalypse. very understated. then, why not pay $70,000 a year in tuition to study "journalism
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in the age of trump." president trump declared war on fake news and his attacks on the enemies of people as well as secular changes in technology and the ways in which the news is produced and delivered combined, undermine the very notion of truth. the political indoctrination is one aspect of what universities are doing to mess with young minds, but there is a lot more. parents also pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in total for their kids to marinate in and entitled, it is kind of a pseudo-intellectual grievance culture. professors and administrators have founded their own type of religion whose adherents required to embrace manufactured anger and complete oppression. now, consider the case of a small school called the evergreen state college.
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documentarian mike mena left authoritarianism in real-time. and he interviewed professors who can see the ideology of racism and white privilege suffocating free expression on campus. now, check this out. these are actual faculty members of evergreen state college. >> racism exist today. both traditional and modern forms. racism is an institutionalized multilayered, multi-leveled system that distributes unequal power in resources between white people and people of color has socially identified. and disproportionally, the benefits to whites. the status quo is comfortable for most whites therefore anything that maintains white comfort is suspect. >> laura: well, these professor activists have a very ambitious agenda and a very dark on this view of life in 21st century america. >> we galvanize white privilege in the form of curriculum, exulting white cannons of fine
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art, literature, theory, and scientific thinking. more so, we don't examine how those cannons are made. >> laura: well, these people sound like they are cult members not faculty members. >> i believe evergreen can create more vibrant community of antiracist activists on our staff and faculty and among their students. if we break our 45 year pattern of occasionally turning towards these issues briefly with deep, mature commitment that fades, fades, and fades. >> laura: i'm fading. okay. it doesn't matter that students or faculty on campus don't really show signs of racism where it doesn't matter that they engage in racism. because to this thinking, racism is just in the air. it is in the water of the country founding. so anyone who fails to stand and
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fight against this oppressive backdrop is guilty. so minorities in this interview are perpetual victims and the university then rewards them for wearing that i am oppressed chips on their shoulders. here is just a sample of what the group think it sounds like. this is a meeting of evergreen state college in equity counsel an end the guest speaker robin. >> there is a sea of people who gave them a share dilution and there is a few people witnessing the delusion and isolated unable to exchange words or anything that sense of being alone in a crowd. is profound. >> racism as a system while individual players partake in it, it is not dependent on individual players. it is embedded in the fabric of
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society and it functions to ensure unequal distribution of basically everything between people of color as a whole, and white people as a whole. >> laura: note the religious certitude that these radicals possess. this is their religion. because they are the oracle that anyone who does not accept their ideology, their religious fervor is simply unjust. you are a racist if you don't accept it and for us, you must be resisted and driven into silence on a college campus at all cost. this is the kind of mental totalitarianism and it's not just confined to faculty meetings or classrooms but students are being brainwashed into accepting this groupthink. now, a few weeks ago, spoke at the alma mater at dartmouth college and greeted this way. [chanting]
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>> laura: that is very tolerant, isn't it? how can they get away with treating an indian, and immigrant, and a person of color, let alone an alum of the college that way? well, because the conservative dinesh does not count. he doesn't buy into the oppression so he is just as guilty as a white, lacrosse player in greenwich who goes to an ivy league school. in my princes victimhood obsession, of course, has affected now society at large because they want to live on college campus. think about this jussie smollett case. even when his wild allegations could not be a substantiated and even after it appears small smollett himself organized the attack and maga have to as racist and even after charging a bowl's police reports, in the eyes of these folks, none of it matters. he ultimately gets a pass in
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their eyes because the story fits the left narrative. and he is morally right in their eyes, even if kind of confused and sad regarding these current set of facts. regardless of the facts anyway, trump and his followers are according to them, violent racist. in if you disagree with that, well, you are a racist yourself. playing by the university rule books, well, the scent is not allowed and liberal victims fake or otherwise are entitled to mercy. 20th century fox issued a statement today reading "jussie smollett continues to be a constant professional onset and as we have previously stated, he is not being written out of the show." we will see if that changes with the news tonight. i'm telling you, redemption is almost limitless when you are a liberal, i guess. the governor and lieutenant governor of virginia knew all about that. rosanne, though, wow, she is
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still waiting for her letter of apology. as parents, we have to use these examples to remind our children what is expected of us. teach them to respect themselves and, of course, their fellow man. to help the spread of this victimhood menace, we have to teach kids to be self-reliant and self-sufficient. because if you are a victim, who are going to need to be saved. and the the less you believe you are a savior, i say no thanks, jesus christ, thank you very much. but we have all, putting all of this aside, we have been old been given the gift by the almighty. a soul, heart and mind capable of changing things for the better and making good choices out of our own free will and when you start to cling to victim status, you are giving away your power. you were letting others define you. we, americans, we are a lot better than that.
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and our kids deserve better than what they are being fed on college campuses. so let's expose the fraud and encourage more personal responsibility. and i'll bet, we will all be happier. and that is the angle. all right, we want to get back to breaking news on jussie smollett now. and what the community leaders in chicago think about their city being used as part of a hoax. this kind of fix into the victimhood mentality we have been talking about tonight. where did the chicago police go from here to help us answer those questions, we are joined from chicago by co of violence and former l.a.p.d. detective and fox news contributor mark fuhrman, tio, i want to start with you, you are saying community leaders, most of them knew from the start that this was fake, so why were so many national politicians, top leaders in the democrat party and celebrities fooled?
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>> to: i was born and raised in chicago and i know violence quite well in chicago. so i'm one of the first committee leaders that put this out on my link in my post and i posted about it because nobody come if you get beat up for real in chicago, nobody gets a pass, in other words. and people pouring bleach on somebody, that doesn't happen in chicago. in making a comment about chicago make america great again country, that does not happen in chicago. so if a judge, you know, says the attack, you know he's receiving all the attention and we just had a 1-year-old toddler shot and they had named baby chase and he's not getting any attention. we have 14, 16% homicide clearance rate and josie met guilty of the charges, he's dead wrong because he's taking a lot of attention from a serious problem in chicago. >> laura: mark, pick up on that for a moment.
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24 police officers were apparently assigned to this smollett kays, 24 and as tos said we had a chance to meet him in chicago a few months back. that is appalling, pulling legal low rate of solved murders in the city. yet, 24 people in total assigned to this case? >> mark: well, laura, not just 24 people. you have 2 24 detectives and taking 24 detectives off of their caseload, taking them away from cases that are actually happening while they are doing the smolletts mack case is absurd. i have never seen 24 new detectives on short of a serial killer case. that is obscene amount of detectives for this kind of case, but the city officials one at this out of the press as quickly as possible so they one of the suspects to move on as quickly as possible but i understand that, but once they
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start investigating this and started uncovering exactly what it was, they knew it was a hoax as your guest just described, this mode from the beginning. it didn't look like a street crime and it didn't act like a street crime. >> laura: let's go back to where this happened, mark, you are 100% right and tio is right. but why were so many of the country at large beyond the confines of the street or ville mab englewood, mabee southside l.a., chicago. why were so many people willing to buy into this tio? >> tio: that is easy. >> tio: that is easy to be my go-ahead to come up ahead. >> mark: it is easy t to to see exactly how this happen when you've been on the streets and you understand what things look like and what things feel like.
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the sense of the crime. and when you are not, when you are removed and a celebrity or a politician and you are removed from everything that happens in the real world, then you are going to buy into it because it fits your agenda and you are willing to jump in with both feet because it is what you want to hear. you want to champion somebody for your cause. >> laura: yeah, tio i want to play something from "good morning america" interview that smolletts mack did about whether people would have believed him more if you were nt black, let's watch. >> i don't need some maga hat and a cherry on a sunday. it feels like, if i had said, it was a mexican, or someone black come i feel like the doubters would have supported me a lot more. a lot more. and that says a lot about the place that we are in our country
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right now. >> laura: okay, talking about the perpetrators, tio. he was making a statement about the country as a whole and that, i find to be probably the most offensive thing about this in addition to taking all the time away from the police, tio. >> tio: right now josie mack needs help and he's crying out for help. something else is going on and normally when people act out like this, there is just a symptom of major problems. i would like to suggest who plays his father on empire may have to serve as a role model an real life to josie mack because right now something else is goig on. i've been in chicago all my life and i've never, ever heard of an attack like this. and josie mack should stop playing games with people because he owes everybody in chicago an apology due to the fact that we have people shot every day in chicago, people that are killed every other day in chicago and right now, january 29th 2019 about 35 people have been killed in chic.
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with the news about people being killed, he's taken resources from much-needed communities where violence is running rampant out here. >> laura: let me just say this, guys, to the both of you, i'm not interested in his cry for help. i am interested in the cry for help from the family of that 1-year-old child killed. so jussie cry for help i'm not that thrilled to talk about. i'm not really worried about him, he will figure it out. but i am worried about the people, mark, who don't get the benefit of the news coverage and the focus that he managed to galvanize because this political narrative sit with the left-wing media and the celebrity culture demanded, mark, close it out. >> mark: i could not agree with you more. we don't really care why mr. mr. smolletts mack created this hoax and we don't care his cares either in the spiral or worried about being replaced. and it really doesn't matter why. but it does matter that he
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thinks that he is more important than the people of chicago, the people of the united states, the president, every detective that is working the case, every person on the police department who has had to take their time and energy to solve a crime that the victim actually created himself. it is disgusting. >> laura: and they've just got to throw the book at people who do this. because it is a toxic, poisonous effect on discourse and it is an attempt to tar this country in a very ominous terrible lig light. and it is infuriating on so many levels. there are real hate crimes out there, and this, obviously, a fraud. both of you think is so much. coming up could the black crowd of the mueller probe be lifted as early as next week? we will tell you what the end of the russian investigation means plus a new development reporting from last night a former alabama woman begging to come back to
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said alabama woman will not be allowed to return and she is not a u.s. citizen. she does not have a legal basis, no right to a passport neither travel to the united states. but her family's attorney dispute those claims about the woman citizenship and said, she was born in jersey. they also claim hoda muthana is an innocent victim. >> another victim and she resents them, hates them and they brainwashed her into becoming. and obviously, now that she has seen the light and speaking out against them, a very lethargic for her finally lifted this burden off her shoulders. >> laura: , the care sign in the background. great. remember this is same 24-year-old doesn't think she deserves any punishment for checking up not one but three isis terrorists. >> do you think you deserve a punishment for what you did? >> may be therapy lessons, may be a process to ensure that i will never do this again.
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>> laura: may be equine therapy. last night on the show, piers morgan talked about her lack, completely lack of empat empathy. speed to take him i'm sorry, i know the isis dream in syria is over and i know that isis terrorists husbands have been killed and i want to come home because i'm reformed character. i'm not buying any of it, and very clear presence danger to americans and to american lives. >> laura: well, she is currently held at a refugee camp in syria and apparently only came to the realization joining isis was wrong this past sunday. we will keep following the story for you. and also coming up, now on to another important story. >> that will be totally up to the new attorney general. he is a tremendous man, a tremendous person, who really respects this country and respects the justice department. so that will be totally up to him. >> laura: well, if it is his
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second year now, the reports reveal that could be wrapped up as early as next week. and once the mueller report has been received by attorney general bill barr, he will then decide what to give to congress if anything enter the public. the investigation initiated by a bunch of rogue fbi agents has been an anchor, and built around donald trump's presidency since his earliest month in office. here to unpack all of this the former deputy assistant attorney general for bush 43. john, a lot of folks and other networks contend tonight that bill barr is forcing an end to this investigation. what do you think? >> i think that is far, far from the truth. under the regulations under which mueller was. bill barr attorney general has to write his own report to congress and bill barr will decide how much of a report to e public. personally i hope he makes it all public or as much as he can without revealing any secret
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grand jury testimony. because clear president trump and i have not seen evidence president trial committing any crime so when that report comes out i think that will clear him faster and better and more that is available and for the country so we can get moving on to other important issues. >> laura: the former andrew mccabe with a book and he seems to be contradicting himself and between interviews. let's watch. >> rosenstein was actually open to talking about whether there was a majority of the cabinet who would vote to remove the president. >> that is correct. counting votes or possible votes. >> did he present that idea to other cabinet officials? you know, count heads might do i have the vote to remove the president? not that i am aware of, i have no indication of that. >> laura: it is a little fuzzy there. counting votes, not counting votes. >> john: first of all, it shows how over the heads these
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people are. >> laura: that is a benign way of looking at it, he lied three times. to the inspector general appearance be mccabe i don't think so but rosenstein allowed these people who are clearly biased against president trump to occupy the vacuum and push come i think this insane idea to trigger the 25th amendment against sitting president who is able to perform the functions of the job. so i think what you see here -- >> laura: one of them is lying. rosenstein said it never happened but this guy said it has happened but he's a proven liar. it is embarrassing and the fbi director should be taking part in any meeting like this, it is unconscionable. but it demonstrates why this investigation was a fraud from the beginning. >> john: mccabe is already found to have lied to investigators. rosenstein if you read carefully not actually denied it and rosenstein has said, welcome i did not carry out the wiretapping. he does not deny he talked to mccabe about it. i cannot believe the highest
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echelons of justice department, law enforcement officials considering trying to remove the president under constitutional provision which is for president sick, ill or shocked. >> laura: and always falls back on the generalities, well, fire james comey. but i want to play the napolitano with shepard smith about whether this behavior could rise to the level of obstruction of justice. this alleged phone call with acting attorney general mark whitaker to put back a judge who had recused himself on the michael come in case the southern district. >> the phone call would be evidence of what? an effort to use the levers of power for a corrupt purpose. >> with that be obstruction? >> yes, i am tempted obstruction but only obstruction if it succeeded. but if you tried to interfere with a criminal prosecution that
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may knock at your own door by putting your ally in there, that is clearly an attempt to obstruct justice. >> laura>> john: i'm fond of judge napolitano but i think he is wrong on this one and he's actually assaulting the united states attorney in president trump. those is no reason to think attorney district for southern new york, federal prosecutor in the country outside of washington would take that prosecution over and deliberately tank it to protect the president. that is an accusation against ethics and under the prosecutors working for him. so i think judge napolitano is just getting a little bit overexcited about this, you know, ledge of phone call. >> laura: but the president is entitled to have an opinion so the president, why is this guy recusing himself, this is ridiculous. i'm just guessing, but that is what he said if he said anything. >> john: the president has more entitled than an opinion
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but officers -- >> laura: who will not be recusing themselves every five seconds. >> john: the prosecutor come all the prosecutors work for him and he gets to appoint the people who serve him in office. >> laura: where are we right now? this thing has been going on for two years, winding down, not only is there nothing there, most likely, but the entire basis for starting this investigation seems politically motivated. >> john: i think it goes back to the first segment you had. it goes back to rosenstein being panicked, over his head and mccabe and biased fbi agents filling the vacuum and launching an investigation. it is not clear handled by regular prosecutors and doj and it would have been over a long time ago. i think what will happen, i hope attorney general bar releases it to the public. i think it is trumps advantage to see that and then really move to congress. if congress wants to try to launch and peach investigation,
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let them have at it. >> laura: we will remember what happens when they did that to bill clinton and it didn't work out for the republicans, john, thank you so much. coming up a hollywood star who has been dead for 40 years and obama is speaking out on the culture. and i am astounded? on the scene with randy over rory next. randy arroyo next ♪ [peaceful acoustic guitar]
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♪ >> laura: it is time for the "seen and unseen" and the big cultural stories of the day. tonight segment john wayne, vampires and barack obama. joining us with details and the old, new time best selling author, "new york times," a brand-new book outcome i'm holding it, and we are on page 132. it is so good. >> randy: why is john wayne and the famous statue under assault? look, we all know the famous
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kissing seller saylor, the photograph when the war came to an end, george, the sailor captd an image and thought it was pope -- an important momentum of the war. >> the picture is still known around the world as a symbol of world war ii. this is one of the good things that ever happened to me. >> randy: mendoza died but in the wake of his death a statute capturing that moment was defaced with the word #metoo. the implication for the nurse and the picture did not consent to be cast. this is related to an internet sensation controls dug up in 1971 and playboy interview with john wayne. the acting legend in the interview refers to, said indians selfishly trying to keep this lien and glad we took it from them but then he says this from a lot of blacks, quite a bit of resentment along with their dissent and possibly
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rightfully so. but we can't all of a sudden get down on our knees and turn everything over to the leadership of the blacks. i believe in white supremacy, duke said to come until the blacks are educated to the poinf responsibility. laura, what i don't like about both of these stories, we are judging the past in the light of shifting moral ethnic and cultural codes of today. we cannot do that. >> laura: they are either defacing statues or pulling them down. and i have said this before and i will keep saying this. this is what the tele- band does. the taliban used to rip down historical markers, destroy churches, isis does the same thing and they don't want any vestige of what was. even if it is bad. they don't want even if it is good. >> randy: these are two iconic images of america john wayne, the sailor release of freedom. >> randy: they are impugning
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america and if you want to settle scores, talk to jussie smollett. go talk to the governor and lieutenant governor of virginia. they've got plenty of scores to settle there. deal with the living, not the dead. we can't go back to dead in 40 years and interviewed 50 years old. that was in 1907, by the way. >> laura: by the way, the interview has been up there 40, 50 years. >> randy: silicon valley, these high-tech titans give blood transfusions from young people in an effort to stable aged. this is actually based in reality. there are tech moguls who are obsessed with this practice of trying to stay young. well, the fda came out claiming that youngblood movement which is supposed to help memory loss and slow aging is fraudulent. they claim it is dangerous and lead to infectious, cardiovascular risk. what do you make of these vampires? elderly vampires? >> laura: they actually don't believe that the next place to go would be better.
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all right, but it is like sleeping in the oxygen chamber, okay, guess what? as thurgood marshall said, i'm getting old. things are falling off of me. that is what happens, okay? speed to spend time with them and you can capture their spirit. that is what people should be doing. >> laura: don't they know aging involves your cellular makeup? do you know your cells are dying right now? >> randy: we are running out of time. >> laura: barack obama spoke at my brothers keeper event and pop culture and effect on young men. >> let's face it, a lot of hip-hop and rap music is built around me showing how i got more money than you, i can disrespect you and you can do nothing about it, i'm going to talk about you, and punk you. if you are very confident about your sexuality, you don't have to have a two women around you working.
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>> laura: i like how he said sexuality and in his hawaii and accent. from chicago. but he's good speed to very good to. >> laura: my brother's keeper initiative was one of the best things he did as president and actually liked it. and i like the fact that he's talking about hip-hop. >> randy: 's production at netflix deal to put forward positive images for men across the board to. >> laura: it doesn't matter what race you are, all right, before you go, tell me about this book because we are reading the book because my sons and i are reading the book, maria but she's a little bit older. but they loved it, >> randy: let me tell you it's an adventure for the whole family. i will show you some of these images laura. i've been getting images from young readers and when i go on twitter and see these young kids excited about having the book and adventure they go one. this is about a 12-year-old doing what we wanted to do at that age who gets a super powers.
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based in sampson the model of all the superheroes, but what i love about it it ends up being really a discussion about the true source of power and strength and where it comes from. i think that battle between good and evil, kids recognize it. it is good to lean into it and explain. >> laura: i would just say one thing, it begins at the world war ii. and he has an ability to see evil. >> randy: yes. i wonder where that came from. the one wilder, in your helmets, congratulations. and as the american left care more about the civil liberties of illegals or keeping america safe question latest example of illegal crimes never covered. we will cover it with tom homan next place my "twiiter smackdown of the day" still to come. a certain democratic congressman felt my wrath, so nice so stay there.
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>> we will have a national emergency. and then we will be sued. they will sue us in the ninth circuit. even though it shouldn't be there. and we will possibly get a bad ruling. then we will get another bad ruling. then we will end up in the supreme court. >> laura: karnak from carson,
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he has it all down. of course, he was right, the 16 left-wing state suing president trump. and of course them all signed to oakland, california based judge haywood obama employee appointee. this all played out as john eastman and i predicted last night. >> laura: you can find a district court judge as we have seen and all of these challenges, john to the president's temporary travel b ban, and you can find district court judge to issue nationwide injunction, thwarting the president's policy at least for a time. >> they have and they brought this into the northern district of california. >> laura: shocker. >> not a single judge appointed by republican. >> laura: they legal merits of the case, there are plenty of blaring national security examples to support the president's move. just this week. six illegals linked to mexican cartel arrested in
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north carolina for drug trafficking meth, heroin and the massive operation transporting large amounts of coke and meth across state lines. in louisiana, protection arrested a convicted child sex offender who had been previously deported. hernandez martinez was convicted in 2009, first-degree offense involving a child and served 84 months, in prison. after his release, they say he was deported i guess 2016 but then he made his way back here. joining me now to discuss this, acting director of fox news contributor, tom hogan, tom homan, their own resolution blog trumps border wall plan. >> tom: that doesn't surprise me. the president, he knew he would be sued. everything he has done since he's been president to secure the border and tried to force immigration laws, every time he has made a move, he's been sued.
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he was right. jury member chief justice over some tweets. >> laura: totally right, john roberts should be ashamed of himself. >> tom: sure enough it went to the ninth circuit. the fifth circuit, so of course they judging him. but i think he wins us in the long run i really do. >> laura: the governor of maryland, republican, may run as primary president trump. anyway, he said this on cbs this morning. >> i think the president made some real mistakes here, and i don't think using the declaration of emergency powers is the right thing to do. i think it should be challenged. we have exaggerated what is going on at the border. >> laura: i don't know how much time he spent on the border, tom, maryland with insanity taxes. but it's not a border. >> tom: i can guarantee you he hasn't been to the border and talk to one man or woman in green. and that sort of the border this past year, ms-13, 100%.
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184%. 17,000 criminals rushing across the border. 138 criminals in this country, and they didn't just appear here but came to the southwest border. if anybody doesn't see it, they are ignoring the facts. it surprises me, a state sanctuary all right now. >> laura: of course, maryland go all across maryland. it is a haven for illegal immigrants and same thing northern virginia. fairfax county, go out to prince william county. i mean, this whole area is now dealing without. >> tom: i am surprised that he says this ms-13 problem in maryland. >> laura: the murder a girl stabbed him many times i think it was maryland or virginia but a horrific crime. this is elizabeth warren, course, i will not do an impersonation but you heard it during the break. it is actually pretty good, but let's hear what she has to say. >> what would constitute a national emergency? >> oh, let's do a list.
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climate change, gun violence, student loan debt. right off at the top. [applause] >> laura: student loan debt. >> tom: it is incredible. did she talk about gun violence? they just placed legislation in the house if illegal comes with a firearm, they have to contact ice. she's talking about gun violence. she wants to take away the second amendment from u.s. citizens, for anybody and try to purchase a gun which is a felony. >> laura: dui, they don't want dui to matt or anyone. so if you run over someone in your illegal immigrant you get to stay. >> laura: i want to get your thoughts on this last saturday el paso, texas, just broadcasting, we saw leftist lunacy unfold on display. border patrol museum and decided to deface pictures on rainfall and agents. but that's not all. they also decided to call border patrol agents murderers.
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>> a lot of border patrol agents are murderers. that's what they are. they are murderers. we need to push back, pushed back in every way. >> laura: i don't know if that was indigenous person. >> tom: i find it disgusting because they actually deface a monument to 128 fallen heroes and what we do to protect this country and the monument. they are ignorant because they don't know the facts of what they were saying. if you think they have said, watch that video they are wrong. one of the things they said actually wrong. and they are cowards. they are cowards because a lot of them wear masks. if they want to protest border patrol, don't go to a museum not owned by border patrol and owned by retirees. go to the border station and see how far they get with that. they won't, they are cowards. they are hiding and they hide
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against american people. >> laura: tom homan they are debasing statues, honoring the end of world war ii, ripping down statues, historical markers or defacing monuments. >> tom: not one of those protesters have a backbone or bravery to wear that uniform in this country. i doubt anyone has ever. >> laura: victim mentality and they see themselves as victims and oppressed, tom, thank you so much. see which democratic congressman was on the receiving end of my "twitter smackdown of the day" we come back.
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>> laura: time for tonight's twitter smacked him. i love that animation. the lucky winner is none of them in california congressman eric swalwell. he complained today on twitter in new york, it's snowing in new york. i need coffee. the closest cafe is inside trump tower. this is me walking to an alternative.
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how cute. he would rather freeze than enter trump tower. i just couldn't resist. here's my advice. since you've been operating in an alternative universe for years, they should be easy for you. try the russian tea room, maybe we'll finally find find your collusion. that's all the time we have tonight. up next, shannon bream and the "fox news @ night" team take it from here. >> shannon: thank you so much. with a copywriter in the studio. stop by anytime. we begin with a fox news alert. right now police are negotiating the surrender of actor jesse small it, facing disorderly conduct charges and perhaps more from the chicago police department that not believe the empire star orchestrated his own phony attack and try to pin it on from supporters. breaking news on that straight ahead and tonight, lawyers for a 16-year-old catholic high school student are laying out the case against the dash singly falsely


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