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the united states of america, still the very best country on the face of the public. have a great weekend. the "ingram angle" is u next. >> >> laura: this is a special edition of the "ingram angle" inside the issues. tonight, we bring you the political and cultural issues shaping our current conversations. from the iranian conflict to the border crisis, from the 2020 batty to the issue of abortion becoming front and center. in this presidential election. this special will cover all of it. plus it's fried so come on. get with t. crop tops and coughing fits. oh, my. of course it's raymond arroyo, he's here tonight for fried follies. but first, a great by-product of the trump presidency that doesn't get nearly enough
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attention in the way in which the president twists his opponents into knots. remember how democrats and their media cast trump in the early days of his presidency. they said well, he's no knot well and he just has this blood thirst, this lust for war. >> the president of the united states is completely unhinged and getting worse by the day. >> he is not fit temperamentally. >> donald trump is destabilizing the he'll he has no idea what do do in the aftermath. >> in order to get elected, donald trump will start a war with iran. >> >> laura: boy, do they look ridiculous tonight or what. as you know, the president called off strikes against iron last night, due to his concern that the response would not be proportional to iran's action. here he is, taking chuck todd throughout decision making process. >> they said, 6 we'd like a decision. i said, how many people electric
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killed? in it case, iranians. i said, how many people are going to be killed? came back and said sir, approximately 150. and i thought about it for a second. i said, you know what, they shot down an unmand drone. i didn't like it. i didn't think it was proportionate. >> prudent. realism. that was the hall mark of foreign policy and he lived top t. this doesn't mean trump shouldn't retaliate in the face of further provocation if it's proportional. butt decision to weigh the human cost of a potential strike, destroys the arguments made by the folks that we just played for you in that sound byte. don't worry. their hate. it's enduring for this president. it's always creative, it's morphing. watch same media apparatus now turn on the president for not bombing iran. >> he has a basic unfitness for handling national security
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matters. >> does it undermine the strength of the president's military threat going forward? >> there's fear in him . >> this is a president who loch to insult. he loves to bully, he loves to threaten. what happens when our adversaries understand that he's never going to follow through. well, the. >> laura: the bottom line is this. president trump will never please any of those critics and that's not what his goal is. he was elected in part, to remove u.s. from these foreign entanglements and end our perpetual military interventionism. well, last night's decision was the right one. and the voterring will see it, even if the resittent pundit dos not. joining me is fer upon nando
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kots, a former white house national security council, congressman, great to see you tonight. now, you have long warned against this excessive military action abroad. now, your reaction to the media who seem to be pushing, in this case, for military action or maybe even war. >> l president trump has done the right thing and pulling back from an attack on war. it would destroy our economy, double the price of oil, engulf the region, destroy the trump presidency and that's all aside from endangering the u.s. so i'm glad that he has exercised his restraint it should be recognized and encouraged. >> laura: fernando, i heard a lot from liberals during the iraq war about collateral damage. i was someone who was all
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gunning ho for the iraq war. i went there for just a week in 2006 and years after, i came to think, emy gosh, what did we do and what did we get into. bu>> i have to say, i'm having n eerie output. was that the day, barack obama took a long walk around the south lawn and pulled back an operation that was ready to go. >> what you said right there was the president's worst nightmare. you said it was reminiscent of barack obama. >> fermand oh, is this a fair comparison? trump never spelled out any red line with iran. >> i don't think it is a fair comparison. i think the president has been very clear that if there is a red line in this characters it's american service members being killed. fortunately, no american service member has been killed or injured. and so the president hasn't set
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himself up for any red line that is haven't been crossed. i think what we're see suggest some of the president's advisers, led by john bolton, who had been pressing the president more and more met direction of creating red lines -- >> laura: you trump is his own man, trump is not going to be pushed around. and i like bolton. he neat going to be pushed around by bolt own or even the generals. he was elected president of the united states on a platform of principled realism, and foreign policy. we can't do it a. we'll defend our interest, burrower not going to get mired back in a conflict in the most meat that we drain our country of billions, trillions of dollars. me's just not going to do that and i was so pleased pleased ww he reactd to this, you know, this provocation, no doubt about it. now, there are some other things that are going on, too. when we have dennis, when we have republicans, we had adam kinsigeer on television, he was criticizing the president, biothers as well.
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let's watch. >> the president of the united states has trouble making decisions and is relatively easy to manipulate iran is seeking to exploit all those in favor of these dynamics and we are exploited to our allies. this is the kind of recipe that can lead to an escalation and a confrontation that would in the end, be outside of the control of the the u.s. and iranian herds. >> okay: >> laura: a scholar there. francis saying, tonight, mikron and germany saying, well, let's continue to talk and deescalate. trump did deescalate. so buttigieg wants us to go gunning hoe. congressman, what's happened to the democrat party, now they're the big war hawks? >> well, one must be very careful about reflectively criticizing a president when he does the right thing. the president has to keep
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control here. he has to stop the secretary of state, the national security adviser from actually being involved enabling their assets. would set the stage for war. as long as president keeps control, and exercises reiterant, i think we'll be okay here. we have to continue to try to practice diplomacy. i think that we whitecaps we talk about our nation, we have got to be very careful that, we don't get into a kind of reflexive partisanship, which defeats the purpose of our national interest. >> fernando, this is a quote fray bloomberg peter hooley piece today. by bobby g. trump doesn't need to attack iran, he's already winning. iran's economy is feeling great pain and its isolation, deepening. all the proclamations, of resilience and resistants, the regime. >> absolute leaker the pressure that's been place on the iranian
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regime is very strong, remarkably strong. the iranians are feel together. their economy is crumbling apart. the recream is in a very unstable position. at the end of the day, they are bad actors. since the 19 70s and before, they've been doing bad things against the united states, allies and friends all over the world. so we need to hold them accountable. however, i agree with the president's decision last night to pull back and not escalate this, not knot get us into another needless war, at a time when there's not the american people -- >> just remind everybody. and fernando and dennis know this. at the beginning-administration, many of his critics, predicted economic armageddon and worldwide armageddon. economy is soring and we went have worldwide armageddon. we have got a lot flash points around the world. but the expert predictions about this administration have been almost uniformly incorrect b. i appreciate it. thank you much tonight. and the "washington post" is reporting,
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i.c.e. raids are begin to target cities on tuesday. targeting immigrants in houston, miami, los angeles, and he wills where. sending msnbc into a complete and total melt down. >> he's terrorizing families in communities who think they're going to be snatched away from their kids. why do it? quite literally, to terrorize the millions of people in this country here illegally. >> the administration is putting up today. round ups. thousandless of people is chilling, it's inflicting its terrorism on communities. >> so the mayor is in chicago, san francisco, plus the lapd says they're not being to cooperate with i.c.e. during these raids. join ming is texas governor, dan patrick. dan, are these raids, terrorizing innocent families or enforcing judicial decrees of deportation after appeals and all the due process has been
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accorded to them. >> the latter, laura, of course. because these people that they plan to go and apprehend, have already been ordered to be deported and once they were ordered to be deported, they have run from the law. they have run from the courts. so these are people that supposedly would listen to the court, get in line, basically, go back to their home country. they haven't done that. the president is absolutely right to do this. these people, i would call double law breakers, they broke the law coming into the country. and now they're breaking the law by staying in the country and now, it's time to put an end to t. >> listen to what telemundo and nbc asked president trump today. >> i love immigrants. in fact, i'll tell you, i want people to come n. hispanics today have the average net wealth, the wealthiest they have ever been, under trump. not under obam a. under obomb a they were going the wrong way.
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>> what kind of question is that. what do you have against immigrants. again, conflating illegal and legal. they do this all day long. 24/7, dan, it is so tedious. trump targets immigrants. no. they have been ordered ke ported, does that mean going to the brain iacs on the left o. so infuriating. >> and some of these people, some of these people are criminals who need to be removed from the country, in terms of, they have committed crime here. this open border crowd, whether it's on telemoneyed oh, univision or the democrat party, they want open boards. they want anarchy, they don't want any law and order and the people are sick and tired of it in texas. every other in this country and that's yet president is going to winter election again in 2020. the further they go left to i ncaa anyone can come, anyone can say, no matter what you do. hands off, the democrats continue to lose votes from independent and conservative democrats. m and dan, today, there are a
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number of headlines and a number of commentators, in this court hearing week about border patrol stations and facilities, not having adequate supplies and children in dirty clothes. i mean, i was at the demolition permit rio border processing center. none of these centers were ever designed or set up as long-term or even short-term shelters. there's no capacity because we never believed that our country would allow 800 people at a at the same time 21 people at a time to be processed. there's not enough room, and congress won't fund facilities, beds, proper housing. they don't want to fund it so what are we supposed to do? release children into the arms of human traffickers? >> l they don't know what they want. they just want to play politics and you know, law a we announced today, the governor, and speaker of the house, we announced we're sending a thousand more national guard to the border. we've been work wealth white house for about a month and dhs
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for about a month to bring these additional national guard to the border, and the reason s we currently strained from texas. another 200 from the states. border patrol can't handle t. we need more people and just in the last three weeks, law a in texas. 45,000 people of course apprehended in three weeks. now, the good news is, we're down about 18% since mexico has kind of stepped tup. but even being down 18%. 45,000 people. and get this laura. from 52 countries. it is time for the democrats in washington to do their damn job. today, governor abbot called them reprobates. i think the media needed to look up the word and find out how to spell t. we cannot continue to handle this law. and those kid in these facilities, they are there because of the democrats, they will not fund border patrol to do the right thing. >> the blame is going right to the left. they want to continue to
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demonize i.c.e. >> it's their fault. >> they won't do their job. that's why we have this at border. dan, thank you for what you're doing in texas and sending more trooping down to the border and on a related note, we're going to speak to the independent women forums. heather huggins, wrote a terrific piece. have you to read it. the risks of a pandemic if we do not solve the crisis at border. powerful democrats are trying to end the debate over who their nam knee s before their sorts get a chance to choose. the details of this special edition of the "ingram angle"
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off. >> spend on an issue like this which is important. but it's not central. to what the election is about. >> as we move towards these debates in miami next week, every minute on that debate stage, that a democratic candidate is challenging another democratic candidate is a body minute for donald trump's campaign. >> comment 8ofilm maker and president of the people's alliance for justice. all right, are democrats afraid to have a debate bitcoin, the debate stage within their own party, and expose going fault lines. >> i think biden is proving to be a radio active character here. i think it's what's made this controversy so telling, he has left a big cat out of the bag. the cat is the fact that the
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racist segregationist were all in the demolition permittic party. the left has done a lot work to try to cover this up to, imply here's biden, correctly remembering that no, they were demolition permits, they were great guys, as far as he's concern. he got to work with them and in fact, they are models of the kind of way that bipartisan cooperation should move forward. so i don't really blame camilla hair and is corey booker for going, whoa, this is crazy talk, white man, because it is. >> shane, biden is way up in the polls still. the last fox news poll, i think had him at 36%. elizabeth warren takes a lot of passion. buttigieg, pretty strong. where is this all going tend up next week? this is going to be a crazy couple of days. this is just one night. >> yeah, law a i think that it is much like american idle b.
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maybe not so much. we're not having a whole a lot singing auditions but i think this is very important when you talk about biden because wife we have to remember, biden right now is the front runner, the one with the strongest name recognition in this case so the attacks that come, are partially, because yes, maybe those mens were offensive. yes, they were offensive to many of us, but on the other side of t many of these candidates, and other candidates who are speak up, are part of name recognition, and seeing him as a entitled candidate. this is good for the country and good for the parties. we need to have differents. and we need to debate those dinnerses out. >> i think that's a great waive stating t. i want to play what biden said, when he was oppressed about, oh, what are gug to do corey booker wants to
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you apologize. let's watch. >> >> your democrat city employee rivals >> they know better. >> are you going to apologize? >> apologize for what? >> presidents call for t. >> he knows better. >> oh, denash, corey should apologize. where is this ending next week? like an mma match on the stage. >> l you've got a white guy, calling a black gay to apologize for criticizing the white guy's buddy-buddy relationship with segregatist democrat. z i think the danger for the demolition permit democrat is not so much the so-called circular firing squad in which democrats criticize each other. all of these democrats up for debate are going to be playing to be the furtherrest man or woman on the left. >> i have to disagree with you. the reality is this. is that this country does not have a good history when it
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comes to african-americans. weather republic or democrats. so to say, oh, we're going to put it all in one party. yes, historically, the democratic party is racist. but the reality s the republican party, and democratic party has been whites and how white america has dealt with black america. and the history of this country. we saw that in the reparations hearing this week. >> we have got to have you both back. we're going to do a whole hour on race in america. but this is a big topic, not going away. we really appreciate both of your voices don't. and see how this plays out, over two nights. i think biden's going to dominate both nights. coming up. dad on board of directorses, crop tops and other great crop debate. oroyo is here with "friday follies"
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>> laura: welcome back to this special edition of the "ingram angle." it's fried and time for fried follies, crop tops, dad board of directorses, who else could bring us all the details than raymond arroyo. all right, have you two surveys that are important to men and millennials. >> yes. to both. the first is by you and apparently, deode arant is falling out of favor with the young. nearly 40% of 18 to 24 years old, and about a third of 25 to 34 years old, say, they have not used deodorant or antipress p prohibit we're present. are they just stinking, law a. >> laura: yes. yes. >> this is an argument hiring older workers. >> i remember being in the old soviet union when i was a student and they didn't have deodorant. >> what did they put, leam
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lemon? okay. second survey very personality, particularly to you men over 30. turns out, having pecs and ripped muscles is not what it's cracked up to be. 65% of those surveyed said, a dad add value board of directors with a slight ponch is more attract testify them. 78% said a dad board of directors was a sign of confidence and here's what -- 48% of dad bods is more attractive. >> we relax. we chill. we have it's homie, they probably like kids, you know, it's a vibe. >> they eat pizza. with you, other than go to the gym without you and always look a little bit better than them. >> dad bod. >> why is that? >> it's more approachable. >> the question is they didn't poll on mom bod. we didn't get into that. i like the idea that people are leaning for to chris prat than zach efrain. speaking of body types, remember
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we covered this new fashion trend, a pushing crop tops on men. >> >> the worse. backward baseball cap. >> guess what i ran into down in orlando, this week. >> a few weeks ago, we did a piece on a cultural trend i'm not sure i'm down with. and that cultural trend circumstance crop tops on men. why this look? >> because i'm not a cookie cutter. i hate cookie cutters, i hate everybody doing the sat thing. i don't want to be like everybody else. i want to be my own person, and i want to stand up for what i believe in. >> you have the abs for this. i couldn't get away with it. >> laura: okay. >> unless you're ireason cara or kateupton. >> laura: that's a lot of hours in the gym. god bless him, he looks good. sometimes seeing less is more. >> sometimes mystery is a better approach. >> laura: as my son would say, mom, i have an 8-pack.
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>> i'm down to four. to get slightly serious. with 2020 around the corner, cnn is unveiling their strategy for covering president trump. this week, several of their anchors and reporters, we noticed, are spilling the beans want here's chris cuomo, discussing limiting coverage of the president in 2020. >> if you're in the news media, and the jobs we are, do we continue to allow space for propaganda and lies? >> i think you're going to see correction and i think you're going to see over correction. the idea whatever you have on t.v. you know, you go too far and start sensor what you have on t.v. you don't like the ideas. if you can look back in history, would you say well, i'm so glad that person was allowed a platform so they could spread their hate and propaganda and lies . >> lemon also compared the president to hitler, by the way. >> laura: are we back at that? this is kind of like po pot
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hitler style we have need one acronym for all of the dictators. >> legion of doom. >> laura: yeah, but what they're really wanting not to do is debate the issues. at a can't argue how they'll raise the economic standard, and standard living for most americans. they don't want to argue. so they'll say, let's take them off of this. >> they really believe, it was their exposure of trump that went election. this is jim accosta in a "new yorker" interview. and said, i think some of the executives knowledged, it may not a good idea to air these reallies, and i think you're going to see moving forward, a lot of fact checking of these reallies and to a larger extent, not showing them end to end. i think this is a do you mean doug mcdermotti strategy, their ratings are going to sink even more. >> laura: read their ratings, compared to ours. i don't want to be dancing on the rating graves. >> and this is the most important thing. they're strengthening the president's hand because it
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looks like they're sensorring,late president of the united states. have to cover what he says. you really d. and you owe it to your viewers, no matter who they are. >> laura: the president in his big abc interview, object to, well, remember the cough from the chief of staff. >> it's a fantastic financial statement. it's a fantastic financial statement. oh. he's coughing in the middle of my answer. i don't like that. if you're going to cough, please, leave the room. >> sorry. >> laura: now, that moment create aid spade of news articles from the bbc like, should you leave the room when you cough or sneeze. now, the president has been a i don't remember phobe for a long time. the objection here was being evaporated by mulvaney's coughing fit. so i was a bit worry requested i saw prime minister, justin
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trudeau in the offal office the other day, and l he coughed. he's showing the restraint we have seen him show. >> oh. yeah. i saw a slight grimace. let me just say when raymond sneezes, and the whole -- when raymond sneezes, it is like the windows rattle. dogs are -- you have the loudest -- and his boots squeak throughout studio. do i say? stop squeaking, coughing. >> i don't do those. >> laura: oh. trump is right. leave the room. >> you leave the room. >> you leave the room. [coughing] >> laura: up next. more evidence that the border crisis isn't just the border state issue. no. it's a national issue. my next guest explains yet illegal invasion, actually puts illegal invasion, actually puts everyone's health at when we started our business
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fail to do anything in supporting the president's efforts in finding an actual solution. a workable solution to this border crisis. now, these health issues that we've been documenting leer on the "ingram angle" might seem like they're isolated from these various encampments. but my next guess is warning. if our border situation is not solved, this could have devastating nationwide consequences. heather huggins is the c.e.o. of the independent women's voice, and wrote a phenomenal piece for foxnews do the colcom. entitled. board heather joins us now and heather, explain to our audience what a pandemic looks like and why this situation at border puts us at risk. >> l pandemics, is when a disease just sort of takes off and goes crazy and you of all people, you've been down at the border, your show has been documenting all the different challenges that are happening.
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most immigrants who come across are perfectly healthy. but adults and family groups are getting through, with no medical checks and no proof of vacs vaccinations. there's an enormous, cdc, very counter productive loophole. legal immigrant, and citizens, showing proof of vaccination. you're saying from this current crush, we're seeing at the border, 140,000 people in the month of may a longers apparently, the june numbers are through the roof as well. that most of those people, could be bringing the variety of diseases into the country. we have seen tb out breaks, we have seen the measles, obviously, pumps and we just don't have the franc or we don't have the will or combination to actually get these people screened. >> the world health organization just pronounced that pandemics
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are going to be the new normal. they said that one of the contributing factors to this is the porousness of borders. border securities is a public health issue. i'm not saying necessarily, that any immigrant has a disease. absolutely n. >> but you're playing roulette. this is like a game of roulette that, none of us would play with our own families and now, we're letting the whole nation, and we have to get to what happened in los angeles, too, with this huge problem of homelessness, stung numbers, in l.a. because people are living on the street. some of them are illegal immigrants. not all. and they're dealing with a huge health crisis and it's up 16% from last year, according to the "los angeles times." this raises yet another health issue, how can we police these
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potential out breaks from illegal immigrants when we can't even get a grip on american homeless know, and the intermingling of homelessness, legal immigrant homelessness and just regular old american homelessness on the streets of los angeles, you mix all that together, healthier, this is not alarmism, this is public health that the democrats always say they care more about than the republicans. >> they claim to care about it but the proof is in the pudding. and one thing that people need to focus on. let's take measles, which is obviously the big out break is right now. i don't think most people understand the seriousness of measles. i certainly didn't understand the seriousness of measles. i got through as a kid. most of us think of it as one of the epicodes of the brady bunch, where they're thinking it's just an excuse not to about to school and center a good time. it can lead to permanent brain damage. there were 110,000 deaths in 2017, and what you have now, it
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is also highly contagious. have you bus loads of immigrants, being dropped off at a strip mall. >> laura: this is a complete scandal. >> a mother could be there with her 6-month-old infant whoa not old enough to have an mmr vaccine. >> >> oh, we're just being unnecessarily arc harmist. thru go again. it's the people coming and this is just more anti-immigrant rhetoric. this is what the democrat 2020 are saying. this is what the democrats who used to be for border enforcement. every time they bring it up, they're laugh together off. immigrants are some of the most vulnerable here. people who don't have vaccines themselves, which we're finding a lot of these immigrants don't. when they're in the car vance, we have more children. what's really weird and interesting, is when people are apprehended they're sick. when they're here, they're not. how is that possible well, "the
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new york times," and the huffington post, reported, once people are here, there's an entire network of under ground -- >> yeah, lack of health insurance. longing for familiarities if you are a doctor who's practicing without a license, that carries actual jail time in all 50 states so these guys are not going to have the cdc on speed dial. they are not going to report it or the people who are here illegally, just use a false name, and go to another doctor. and they're not reported as illegal immigrants. >> this is beyond obscene. it's insane and it's pitting our health system. every one of you, i don't care if you like trump, don't like trump. demolition permit democrat, republican republican, independent. this is health. and an important message for all-americans to hear this tonight and we thank you. up next on this special edition of the "ingram angle," christian jill brand's gross assessment of
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>> laura: 2020 democrat if i nattics. they are not backing off on
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tease absurd claims of abortion. this come in the wake of sifter states], her campaign is on total life support. made this ridiculous comparison. >> imagine saying that it's okay to appoint a judge who's racist or anti-semitic or homo phobic. asking someone to point someone who takes away basic human rights of any group of people in america. i think that we have -- i don't think those are political issues anymore. there's no moral equivalency when it comes to racism or changing laws that deny women's refractive freedom.
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this gillibrand, throwing herself up against the wall to try to get attention. she owes you, and a lot people an apology, you believe. explain. >> you know, senator gillibrand is throwing it against the wall and it's sticking on her. in my opinio, here i am, an african-american woman, fighting for the civil rights, not only of women, because women do have to have a right to know about our health and all of that. but the right of the little girls in the womb, the little boys in the womb and to call people racist because we are pro-life, that means she's actually calling me a racist, i've been fighting to combat racism all of my life. i think it's just incredible. i don't understand her reasoning, laura. i really don't. >> laura: l you, over the years, alvita and some other great patriotic americans, fighting for the rights of the unborn. even when you're repudiated and ridiculed, you keep going.
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and i think what the political folks don't understand is that the pro-life community does what it does year after year, 40 years after roe. because it's deeply held. these are deeply held principles. they don't change when the political wind is changing and yet, democrats, they have really evolved from safe, legal and rare to abortion on demand and guess what, you're going to pay for other people's abortions. that's where they are now. >> they're admitting, it's a baby, inside and out the 1. ignoring the civil rights of the little babies. those are little people and you have to really fight for both the mother and the child. they're both human beings and there has to be a way to serve the public without killing the public. you can't serve the public by killing the public. so that's the woman, that's the
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child. and we have to really fight for both of them and what really gets me, i think i've been called a racist. i said, you have to apologize to the whole pro-life movement, you know. >> what would your dad be thinking today. a lot of improvements and no doubt, this is just a heart break. >> l my dad, reverend alfred williams, my grand dad, martin luther king senior when, asked my mother not to have a dnc in 1950 and end my life. he said it was a prophetic ultrasound. he described me as a little girl with bright skin and bright red hair, who would bless many people. so my grand daddy, my dade, certainly, my mother a agreed and she agreed to allow me to be born. i'm so grateful. she's still with me today. so i believe if my dad were
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here, or grand dad, would encouraging us to not only choose life and that's not a racist thing to do, but to care about the mother and the baby all the way through, after the baby's born, sometimes you have to help the dad as well. so just helping people to live and grow and prosper. and one. >> and one thing we know, having a loving approach and not a condemning approach to people, that many of us have evolved our feelings on abortion. and awful a sudden -- >> i have, too. i've had two abortions. yes. >> this is this is real life. which you have. it's so great. so refreshing and so positive. that's the positive thing to be about. great to so you as always, alveda king, here on the "ingram angle." still to come. children come up with a
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