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grateful you spent your evening with us. good night from washington. we'll be back here friday night. i'm shannon bream. ♪ >> brian: good evening.us thanks for staying up with us. welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." i am brian kilmeade, i'm filling in for tucker who is on a fishing trip with his son. the democratic party, by the way, brands itself america's party of love, unity, harmony, it's the mantra of their leaders every day. >> patriotism is love of country and you can't love your country unless you love your fellow countrymen and women. >> you should treat others the way you want to be treated. you should care about the least among us. you shall love one another as yourself. >> atone for our own mistakes. make amends for our own mistakes. love each other, love our democracy. love future generations.
>> basic respect for people, compassion, love. >> a different path, a higher path, and path of compassion, justice, and love. >> brian: sounds like a greatf party. it's really good talk. but do they live up to it? increasingly the answer is no. the organized left is becoming the chief force of intolerance in american life. sometimes they are publicizing-f the names of political donors just to expose them tore harassment or retaliation and sometimes, they do the harassment in person, for example, in restaurants. >> shame! shame! shame! >> no borders! no walls! sanctuary for all! >> if kids don't eat in peace, you don't eat in peace! >> abolish i.c.e! abolish i.c.e! >> brian: wow, they really do chant well. other times, they go into mitch mcconnell's house and
they are threatening to kill him. >> we are at mcconnell's house. he thinks he's about to get some rest?re not if it kills the children they are kidnapping can't get any rest.. not if families who are getting murdered can't get any rest. [bleep] match! he is in there nursing his little broken arm. he should have broken his neck. murder turtle! murder turtle! just stab him in the heart. >> brian: i'm sensing there's a disconnect between what the presidential candidates say the democratic party is like and what the democratic party seems to be like. daniel cameron is a republican running for kentucky attorney general. he's also an african-american and he says he's had extensiveve experience with the intolerance from the left. opponents have put up a wanted poster featuring cameron's face, there it is, at a recent political event. cameron's democratic opponentcr called him a child. one elected officials said it was like calling cameron a boy. cameron says he's been called a
lot worse than that by the left and others. daniel cameron joins us right now. daniel, congratulations on your primary win. have you heard backlash as an african-american who decided to be a republican? >> well, first of all, thanks for having me on tonight. look, my message is pretty simple here the democratic party needs to stop telling black americans how to think. i'm a proud republican, i've certainly been a republican all my life. i registered as a republican at 18 years old. i believe in the values of this party. i'm proud to stand with donald trump, who endorsed me recently, and to help him fight illegal immigration, stand up for the sanctity of life, and fight against socialism. so i have heard worse but this is not about me, this is about standing up and saying enough is enough. the black community is told day in and day out that they have to speak with one voice and that's the voice of the democratic party. i don't subscribe to that belief. i think we ultimately need to have a diverse group of folks that are on both sides of the
aisle. i'm a republican and proud of it and stand with our president day in and day out. >> brian: so why is the quinnipiac poll conducted on july 25th, not saying it's gospel, showing the president has 84% disapproval with black voters.nd why do you feel differently? >> the values i hold are consistent with the party of lincoln, the party of reagan, and the party of trump, the republican party. i'm honored to stand with the president.id i am proud to have that endorsement. look, here in kentucky, in the primary, on may 21, i won 104 of 120 counties. there's often a narrative that republicans don't embrace folks to look like me but we have pushed back against the narrative in kentucky and i'm proud to be the republican party's nominee for attorney general here in kentucky.pa >> brian: what was it like working for mitch mcconnell, knowing what kind of guy he is, and seeing those protesters stand outside of his house and
see those terrible things said? >> it's disheartening to see those protests outside of his house. so we have come accustomed to seeing democrats who preach tolerance, as you opened with, but often are intolerant when it comes to individuals who have a different view or belief system then them. i'm here to say enough is enough. and the folks to look like me should feel that there is an opportunity for them in the republican party. i'm proud to be in this party, i'm proud to be endorsed by president trump, this is an awesome opportunity that we have in kentucky. we have not had a republican attorney general since 1948. we need someone that's going to stand for the rule of law, against illegal immigration, and i'm here to do that. >> biran: well, the president said some nice things about you. at the same time, presidential candidates like milwaukee castro, like julio castro, joaquin castro is the one who put up that list. and then you have senator warren and many have beto o'rourke all agreeing on one thing, the president is a racist, white
supremacist, and a white nationalist. what do you know about the president that maybe pushes back on that? >> well, i'm here to push back on that. i was in the oval office just a couple weeks ago when the president of the united states, donald trump, endorsed this campaign for attorney general. look, the president is fighting day in and day out againstid socialism and against illegal immigration. he's fighting for the sanctity of life. those are values that people of kentucky are proud of and want a president to do that and they want an attorney general that's going to do that as well. so i look forward over the coming months making sure that folks here in kentucky know thai i stand with the president, know that i stand for and with the republican party and the party of lincoln. it is an honor to be in this position and i'm hoping thatat people that look at me and see t me, that folks that look like me know that there is an opportunity for them in this party if they give it a chance. >> brian: you know, the republicans should be doing it more to begin with on their part to fight for the african-american vote and they don't do it and a lot of whato
ben carson is doing is going underneath the radar for the inner cities and hopefully heoi will start speaking up as he has the last few weeks. way. best of luck the rest of the way. one thing is very clear, you are impressive, 33, you are on the fast track. i appreciate you joining us tonight. >> thank you for having me. >> brian: you got it. let's continue this discussion with charlie hurt. he's the opinion editor at the "new york times." he is author of "why america went all in on donald trump and why we must do it again." it's been a wild past few days. if there's been terrible terrible massacres and you would think that donald trump,p, by the way he's been characterized, pulled the trigger. have you ever seen anything like this? >> no, i haven't and i got to tell you, at a time like this where there is national mourning and everybody is sort of wrenching their hair out in sorrow and pity about all this stuff, the last thing the vast w majority of people want to hears about is politics and the fact that you've got this horrific,
horrific situation to begin with and the stories of all of these people that were these innocent people who were mowed down and killed, especially the young ones, at the very peak of their life, and to have all of it get twisted around and used as a political cudgel to beat people up, it's just appalling and io think a lot of people, you know, i don't know what the democrats are sort of speculating is going to happen out of all this but i don't think it's going to wind up helping them in the long run.n. i think that this really does, this tenor and this kind of thing turns people off in a big way. >> brian: the thing with donald trump, unlike what george bush and other republican opponents, they don't want to have a candidate it seems that's better. they want to make donald trump unacceptable. it began with russia, russia puts him in the office, that's illegitimate. and then when that goes by the
wayside, even though no one gave the telegram to chairman nadler, now all of a sudden they want t, say racist, sexist, misogynist,, white nationalist, and they couldn't use more horrific terms for any human being, let alone a presidential candidate. but on page eleven of "the new york times," you know what the story was? donald trump's approval ratings keep going up. pagegs 11. >> i was amazed by that headline because i'm wondering when will the twitter mob figure this out and force "the new york times" to take down the story or to change it because obviously,y, "the new york times" can't have a story like that in their paper.an it's amazing. and when you think about the literally hundreds of millions of dollars worth of negative press that this guy has gotten over the past two and half years, it's staggering the guy is even standing. but it's important to remember,r of course, during the 2016 election, as you recall, he got all of this, it wasn't worse than this, but he got every bit as much of this before that.
and he won anyway. this, though, has reached a whole new level but i really do believe that the american voters are a lot smarter than this and you talk about the disconnect and that's important. you talk about the disconnect between the party rhetoric about who the democratic party is and then who they actually are, clanging pots outside of mitch mcconnell's house after he has fallen and injured p himself so he can't sleep? this is the party that's supposed to be the party of senior citizens? the party of the injured? the party of the disabled? all of which apply to mitch mcconnell and they are out there mocking, ridiculing him and making death threats about him? that kind of disconnect is notot just a disconnect between their rhetoric and these people, i think there is a massive disconnect between those kooks, those crazy people, and your regular democratic voters. you know democrats. you know people who don't like donald trump for perfectly legitimate reasons who are democrats, lifelong democrats. they would never behave like any
of this and they find this stuff absolutely disgusting and it really does make them think maybe i should give a second look to donald trump and shouldn't listen to these crazy people. >> brian: charlie hurt, thank you so much. i mentioned jerry nadler before, this is all part of a fox news alert g. jerry nadler has officially postmark announced he is going to begintr formal impeachment proceedings against president trump.si nadler was already pursuing aggressive legal probe into thei president's misconduct with an invested in his efforts. now they finally said this probe amounts to "formal impeachment proceedings." house speaker nancy pelosi still hasn't endorsed an impeachment push. many democrats still are not on board. in fact, democrats seem more divided on impeachment than ever before following robert mueller's testimony last month. remember that. we will continue to follow this story while the congress is on a six week vacation.wh meanwhile, the left's push to
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out that his efforts make him implicit in mass murder. filmmaker michael moore has canceled his membership. that is breaking news that he had a health club membership but ross is not deterred. he put out a message that says in part, "while some prefer to set aside the political process and criticize, i prefer to engage directly in support things i support directly." chadwick moore is a former journalist and editor of "out magazine," now with spectator usa. chadwick, what is your reaction to the boycott of soulcycle and equinox because of the minority owner? >> well, that was the first indication that the left was going to boycott something. what the media has had to string together to make this boycott narrative work has been impressive. it sort of a jesse smollett of boycotts. soulcycle and exuinox has two ceos, neither one of them was this gentleman who had this tournament was involved with the parent company, which mostly does real estate development and
so they've had to string this together and the point of it always seems to be that we want to discourage other people from doing this. we want to make an example of this man and say if you want to throw a fund-raiser for the president, we are going to do the same to you. we are going to find a brand that you are affiliated with and we are going to try to ruin your life and your business. >> i just want to put some logic into this. over 60 million people voted for him the word is he's gaining popularity. if you look at the polls in the story that was in "the new york times" today, ir referred to earlier.ur so if you tell everyone that he so unacceptable that we are going to boycott your products, whether it's bernie marcus or someone else, you are actually turning off over 60 million people. it's not like you're talking about a small niche of people, this is a lot of people. what you think the ramifications come polling time? >> people are going to vote how they feel. i don't think they are going to be honest with the pollsters. the way the media continues to try to condemn and demonize
trump supporters, they haven't learned their lesson and i think a lot of people want to be honest about who they plan to vote for. certainly situations like this, every day turn people off. and often it's good for business i think equinox is gaining business, not losing it, contrary to what the news is yours is reporting. >> brian: you just don't believe it. you think it is one of the best gyms in new york city. >> it is the best of a new york city. it's very expensive but it's the best. if people go to equinox, they are not leaving equinox. >> brian: you pointed outox that he's a passive investor withoutw day-to-day involvement in everyday operations. what he did is built the hudson yards. it's one of the most beautiful complexes i've seen in new york city which is where cnn is located. may be the backlash, people should start boycotting cnn. should that happen? >> that's exactly what i was thinking. he has many beautiful shopping malls, how many stores are in those shopping malls? are they going to be boycotted? >> brian: do you support
donald trump donald trump? >> i do support donald trump. >> brian: do you support everything he does? >> i support everything most ee does. >> brian: so that's okay with donald trump. i will still help you out,h become president. if i had $250,000, i might go to the fund-raiser in the hamptons to support donald trump. that's the one thing about it, why are you labeling people? even a miami dolphin who took of me much to their chagrin of donald trump, he's angry at his owner. >> yeah, it's ridiculous. and you're absolutely right to bring that up. you know, this man, by all indications, is perfectly reasonable, mainstream republican and same with donald trump if you look at his policies. it's only this narrative that d has really infected and taken over the left and they really, they've run out of any argument.
>> brian: i do worry about the violence, the anger, the outrage that we are seeing. my hope is republicans don't play into it and say i'm going to give you some of that because then this whole thing could come apart.t chadwick, thanks so much for coming in. i appreciate it. meanwhile, author mark steyn joins us. hey, mark, how are you? >> hi, i'm doing great, good to see you. >> brian: it's been way too long. where do you stand on this boycott mania? >> well, i think, as chadwicknd was saying, that doing this to make an example, to say that -- they take seriously the idea of the deplorables. there are 60 million people who voted for donald trump but none of them matter, and so if youor are prepared to put your neck out to hold a fund-raiser for donald trump in the hamptons, you can't do that. you can't be one of the beautiful people, you can't go to any of the fashionable parties, you can't be at the broadway first night, you cannot -- you can be one of those 60 million deplorables somewhere
out of sight but if you are a billionaire and you are someone who should be a member of the liberal elite and you step out of that little box, they are going to destroy you to teach other members of the elite, you don't go anywhere near o donald trump. >> brian: are we still pretending as if we don't get donald trump? he's been in the public eye for decades, he's been president for three years, and we know what happens. it's not a matter of who you are the color of your skin or gender. are you attacking him? elijah cummings attacked his homeland security secretary. the president attacked elijah cummings not because he's black, doesn't mean he's racist, the squad came after president trump, he went back. not because they are women, not because they are minorities, because they attacked him. we know this combination, don't we? >> yeah, and realistically,ti donald trump is a new york businessman and if you are there on fifth avenue doing business, you are doing business with
people of every skin color, every conceivable orientation, every conceivable type of nonbinary whatever you want to call it. but, as tucker was saying, i think just a couple of nights ago, they use race and identity politics, the left does, as a cover for class and actually, elites versus deplorables is actually how they see it. >> brian: i know you wish tucker was here. you keep referring back to him. he is fishing with his son. >> no, no, no, you are doing great, brian. don't get demoralized. >> brian: b there is a really movie next month. it's called "the huns." the movie heroes several so-called deplorables from red states who have to fight back at the several rich liberals kidnapped them and try to murder them for sport. all of the plotted what could possibly be wrong with it? >> well, you know, i will sayes this. i get bored by "x-men 37" in which cardboard man baffles
franchise girls in the sky and rips a hole in the space time continuum. so i actually approve of making films telling stories about the way we live now. we live in an increasingly fractious, 50/50 nation and if you are a playwright, if you are a novelist, if you are a filmmaker, why wouldn't you want to address that? the interesting thing for me is how they treat this and again, it's the same condescension that we have just seen, that essentially, it's elites who decide they are going to hunt deplorables because they have seen their tweets identifying themselves as pro-life. antiabortion.de and it is actually the liberal twitter storm fantasy taken to the next level.
on twitter, they just destroy your career, get you fired, closed on your restaurant, but this so-called satire, i suppose, takes it to the next level and makes it a hot civil war. >> brian: okay so, you are happy it's not a marvel movie or a "star wars" 29 but i will say this, they pulled the promos for up and out the movie. next, another hollywood story for you because i know you love the elite. actress rosanna arquette gets a lot of trophies and she has made of bizarre apology for her skin color in a tweet yesterday. let's go to it. she says this. "i am sorry i was born white privilege. it disgusts me and i feel so much shame." mark, your witness. >> yeah. again, this gets back to that class thing. we have an issue here with rosanna arquette who has lived the most privileged life in one of the most luxurious, niche societies in hollywood that has ever existed on the planet. she doesn't mean this.
she does not mean this at all. and, this idea of taking virtue signaling, where kirsten gillibrand did this at one of the debates. she was like, yes, i am a white woman of privilege too. meanwhile, you have someone like cory booker, who has been to harvard, oxford, and yale law school, the three best universities on the planet, pretending he is like some homie from the hood. this identity politics virtueol signaling is now departing from any conceivable reality. >> it's a shame we have gotten to this. i think most people can see through it. we are not looking at the color of people's skin, it's really the contents of their characterh and i'd rather not be dragged into it but it keeps popping up and it's all over these debates coming up again in september. mark, we've hit you with a lot and you are just back from your sabbatical. i don't know quite where you are so are you okay with all of this work? >> yeah.
i don't mind multi-topics. i was just at my luxurious beach house on the somali riviera. beautiful that. very reasonable. >> brian: don't apologize for it. thank you so much. we move ahead. at least four people are dead after a stabbing spree in california. it happened last night. we are going to give you all the details on this tragedy, that's next. plus, later, federal authorities have arrested almost 700 illegal immigrants in raids on several businesses. it happened in the mississippi. that story, coming your way.it ♪ musical i have a vision correction number,
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what led to this? >> good evening. the attacks of theater being random driven and according to the police by "robbery, hates, and homicide." police say 33-year-old zachary castaneda killed four and wounded two others during a bloody two-hour rampage across orange county, south of l.a. it left even veteran police officers horrified. >> i have worked here in garden grove for 30 years. this is the first time i've ever seen something like this where we have a suspect killed four people in one day and attack other people that are innocent victims. it's pure evil when this happens and we don't see this happen every day. this is one of those things you >> please say castaneda is a known gang member with a long criminal history including drug and gun offenses. he was arrested as he left a 7-eleven store where he had just stabbed and killed a security guard and stolen the guard's gun. prior to that murder, castaneda had fatefully stabbed two men at
an apartment complex, robbed a bakery, and a check cashing business, wounded a woman while trying to rob an insurance agency, stabbed and badly wounded a man at a gas station, and killed a man at a subway sandwich shop. police say charges against him could be filed as early as tomorrow morning. there has been no decision made yet by prosecutors on whether they will seek the death penalty. brian? >> brian: drugs involved, do you think? do we know any thing about this guy? >> we don't know anything about the condition he was in when he was arrested but they simply say this was a rampage. police say it was driven by hate and by the desire to carry out murder. >> brian: absolutely brutal. thank you. meanwhile, federal agents justst detained about 680 illegal immigrants in a sweep of seven food processing plants over mississippi.
it's reportedly the largest single state enforcement immigration in history. u.s. attorney for southern mississippi and coordinator of the raid, hundreds of agents put into action. all right, what went into this? how long has this been playing out? >> good evening. this has been planned for quite some time. the operation and the investigation has been around for over a year and the planning stages to put this operation have been on going on for months. we brought in 150 federal agents from throughout the country to put those together with our mississippi agents and we executed the administrative and criminalst search warrants yesterday as you said the seven sites in six different cities around the state of mississippi. >> brian: what companies are responsible responsible for this? how much trouble are the executives and? >> the investigation continues but i can tell you, i was an
assistant u.s. attorney in this office and this district prosecutes employers and owners who did this, so we prosecuted individuals from howard industry statistics restaurant to a number of other individuals and owners who have done this before. so i think you would expect that if we find there is a violation of federal and criminal law, we are going to prosecute it. >> brian: it looks like they igo are all saying that they used e-verify, their hands were tied up on this. is that true? >> i won't get into the details of the investigation because it is ongoing, but what i can tell you is, this administration, this president, is all about law and order, and our country was founded upon the rule of law and i have heard the president say before, a country without borders is no country at all and i agree with that but i would add that without laws, we have no order and without the enforcement of laws, we have no justice. so as long as we are around in this office and this department of justice, we are going to enforce the laws that are on the books.
>> brian: senator gillibrand, among many by saying, by doing this, you are not showing heart. >> it's inhumane, unconscionable, it's wrong. it doesn't make it safer. it actually undermines local law enforcement. they will lose their credibilit credibility. so this is all for president trump to score points. >> brian: is this political? does this not make us safer? >> i wish folks would come out of the woodwork like they are doing now when kids are separated from a parent who commits a murder or a parent who is a drunk driver. a parent that robs a bank. you know, we see this, unfortunately, sadly, in law enforcement, quite often. but right now we are hearing this is inhumane, the enforcement of our laws. it's hard to comprehend that statement. >> brian: it looks like a lot of them -- hundreds have been let out because then they get their day in court. it is so backlogged with 900,000 cases, it could be years before we find out their deportation
status. > let me break for a moment,n the law enforcement officers. what the homeland security investigations did, they brought these individuals were processed only after them, are you a parent of a small child at home? if they were, they gave it every single one of these at 680 that were detained a phone call to 6 make sure the family members knew where they were, make sure that any small children at home or school were taken care of. then, if they were a single parent or 1 of 2 parents, hsi agents allowed them to be released on humanitarian reasons. so as of last night, with all of the gnashing of teeth and everything you see in media with children separated, as of last night and today, we are unaware of a single child that was without at least one parent today. >> brian: another example of law enforcement going above and beyond. i appreciate it.no >> thank you for your time. >> brian: meanwhile, it's time for "final exam." can you beat our experts that
♪ >> brian: you know what the music means.w it's time now for the "final exam" with the experts here at fox compete for the honor of winning an erik wemple mug. this week's champion and martha maccallum. she is 5'6", close to 110 pounds." his name is brett larson. that is the same brett larson from fox news headlines channel 115, 24/7. welcome to both of you. you come in at 5'11",
200 pounds. we will wait and to make sure you are not lying at the end of those. you never lie, martha. are we ready? contestants, hands on the buzzer. ndm going to ask the questions and for the first one to buzzing, you must wait until i finish asking the question then ask of you. you can answer once i acknowledge you by saying your name, each correct answer is worth one point. get it wrong, you lose a point because -- best-of-five wins. ready to get started? >> >> yes. >> brian: question one is multiple-choice. hillary and chelsea clinton have teamed up on a brand-new book, they are really excited to show to the public. what is it called? b a, "cracking the glass ceiling,e b, "gutsy women," c, "persist and resist." martha maccallum, you won that. at your answer is? >> "gutsy women."
>> brian: "gutsy women," she right? let's take a look. >> "the book of gutsy women" is filled with essays that are reflections of our feelings about these women, what we think about them. >> we always need the book because we think it's always a good time to be celebrating and learning from being inspired by gutsy women. >> it's been exciting. it's been frustrating,ed particularly for chelsea. >> i wouldn't trade you for anything. >> brian: we are just getting started. why did we cut him off? congratulations, martha. >> you are on the board. [laughter] >> inside information. >> brian: another multiple-choice question. let me finish it please. wild video out of stuart, florida, this week. residents that they are woke up to find there neighborhood under siege by hundreds of small creatures in the street. what kind of critters were they? were they a, blue crabs, b, snapping turtles, c, river otters? martha maccallum? >> i want to go with blue crabs? >> brian: blue crabs.
roll the tape. >> this will make your skin crawl. hundreds of crabs taken over the street in florida. heavy rain forest to the crabs for more they typically burrow underground.ea >> brian: [laughs] congratulations, martha. >> thank you. >> brian: an insurmountable 2-0 lead. we will test to see if brett's buzzer even is working. i'm not even sure if you can follow the time sheet to say that you worked this hour. question number three, another multiple-choice beard on final exam we told you about m c scented fire logs and cereal flavored beer. now we have a new one. oscar mayer is selling a new product that tastes exactly like their hot dogs without the whistle. n is it, a, hot dog flavored soda, is it b, hot dog flavored ice cream, or c, hot dog flavored bubblegum? >> i'm gonna go with hot dog flavored ice cream.
>> brian: the answer is within this in this tape. >> oscar mayer, going from the grill to the freezer. you guessed it, hot dog ice cream, everybody. real bits of candied oscar mayer hot dogs. that's awful. a spicy mustard gelato and a cookie bun. >> brian: you did not want to be right on that. he wanted all three to be wrong. congratulations. suddenly, everyone gets a little quieter, a little tensor. number four. a creature terrorize passengers on a recent spirit airlines flight from charlotte to newark. some passengers were so scared that they had to hide in the bathroom.. what creature was on that plane? blue light says brett. >> it was a bat. >> brian: was that a bat? let'swa see. >> this video that was caught in a spirit airlines aircraft.
let's watch this. >> oh, my god! >> oh, my god, ! >> a bat on a plane. >> rats on trains, bats on trains. >> brian: just like that, a disgusted martha maccallum realized it that the 2-2 lead us out a 2-2 score. it's time for sudden death. one person will not survive. will the champion find a way to win again? how long have you been champion? >> at least a week. >> brian: 2009. we checked for your final question, here we go. fun fact. there are more than a thousand breeds of cow recognized around the o world. now, to the final question, a cow was on the loose recently during a cattle drive in colorado springs. it sent people scurrying as they charged into a bank.e no one was hurt, what type of cow was she?ge martha? >> longhorn. >> brian: longhorn? roll it.
>> is yelling, holy cow. [laughter] take a look at that longhorn. [laughter] it's actually serious. this longhorn runs toward the group of people and into a building where they were able to wrangle him, thanks to a man there on a horse. the steer wandered off during a cattle drive that was taking place downtown. >> was there just a guy on a horse who happened to be around there? >> another day in colorado springs. [laughter] >> brian: unbelievable. >> it pays to pay attention to the story in the elevator when you're going up and down. >> brian: [laughs] the fox extra. >> this information is everywhere. you can pick up a lot of interesting information. >> brian: martha was reading "the new york post." >> i felt like i hadn't paid attention to the small stuff this week. >> brian: congratulations, erik wemple, who writes whole time for jeff bezos. >> he says really nice things about you. >> brian: he does.
if you want to know the true story, he has it. you can drink from it. all right, that's why she's been champion. congratulations. love having you here. once again, you get to walk home. you came in, second, though. >> i was a failure, though. >> brian: it's not whether you win or lose. all right, meanwhile, that's all for final exam this week. pay attention to your news each and every day then tune in on thursdays to see if you can beat the experts. we will be right back or we will run out of music and never come back again. ♪ ♪ ♪[upbeat music]
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♪ >> brian: congresswoman tulsi gabbard may have derailed kamala harris' presidentialhe b. here's why. remember during last week on cnn, gabbard blasted kamala harris' record as ag. accusing her of imposing tough criminal sentences for minor crimes. it then it she then doubled down and tweeted that harris' campaign is comical, "based on a lie."
there have been five polls takee since the debate with harris down 3%. w her crucial standing in iowa has dropped as well.an meanwhile, guess who's up? andrew yang. he is continuing to stick around in the race. he has now amassed enough donors and polled well enough to qualify for debate the debate. e yang is the ninth candidate to qualify. you know has not qualified. among many others? he is a very tall man, mayor bill de blasio. we move ahead. president trump says he's considering commuting the sentence of former illinois governor rob blagojevich. he was impeached and sense to 14 years in prison after he was arrested for trying to sell barack obama's senate seat to the highest bidder before his conviction, he once appeared on "celebrity apprentice" where he excelled." then, yesterday, on air force one, the presidentsi said to the governor was "treated unfairly during his trial." now reports his son-in-law jared kushner is pushing for the influenced by this program,
last year, patty blagojevich came on to plead her husband's case. >> it's a 14 year sentence and, he never took a bribe, never took a kick back, never any promises to contribute for any official acts. he never took gifts, trips, cars, watches, other things that some of these other governors have been convicted of and yet he serves the sentence that's twice as long as anyone else's. >> brian: it's president trump doesn't commute his sentence, he will remain behind bars until 2024. he will be 67 years old. they look for that to get done maybe as early as this week. america's main biologicalha warfare laboratory has halted operations under concerns that its security procedures are too lax. they conduct research on smallpox, anthrax ebola, and other deadly pathogens, but to officials, they could engage in practices that it could allow those diseases to escape.
it's like a bad movie. how serious is this risk? if an incident does occur or has occurred, what symptoms should we look for? guys who are called? dr. marc siegel, fox news medical contributed. this seems really serious. is this serious? >> deeply disturbing news. this is scary, very disturbing. because the very lab, and it's the only department of defense level 4 biosafety lab, bio containment lab, the only one of the army has to protect citizens, to protect our war fighters.ur it suddenly is accused of having problems with decontaminationte and is shut down by the cdc! while they are working on things like you said, plague, ebola, anthrax. >> brian: for us laymen, you need to work with the disease to find out how o to cure the disee or to provide inoculation for the disease. so it's dangerous, by definition. >> exactly right. they study the disease to figure out how to protect us if
the disease, god forbid, become ever got out. but if you don't contaminate d, guess what happened? it could get out. and if it gets into our terrorists hands, it could be bioengineered and made even worse, causing an outbreak, even an epidemic. something like smallpox is spread respiratory, from breathing. we have smallpox vaccines stashed away. ebola, we don't have a way to contain out. a so it's actually very disturbing that this would ever happen. i want to caution and reassure people out there that there is enough procedures in place that i don't believe we are on the verge of a big epidemic right now. but this is a huge warning. >> brian: give me an idea, how bad is it when they shut you down where they know you are doing such important work? or are they being overly cautious? >> i think it's more than them just being overly cautious. they had a march in there and they said it's going to take months to get this out. it's because there is a chemical they are using to decontaminate
that they weren't using properly and brian, the people doing it weren't properly trained, can you believe it? people that were in place to decontaminate, now they have to go back to school and be trained properly on how to do this. that should never happen. and by the way, i am a huge fan of this lab. i am a huge fan of the great work they do. i am not trying to disparage them but this is a huge warning. this better not happen again. back in 2001, the fbi believed that the anthrax mailingsul emanated from this lab. they shouldn't be making this kind of mistake. >> brian: right. and the person they accused killed himself. an indication that he was probably guilty. there are 67 select agents and toxins that cause ebola, smallpox, anthrax, and plague and poison ricin, which we know the russians love to use. >> ricin can kill -- and ebola, if you bioengineered, it kills half of the people that it comes in contact with, as we know from 2014. tularemia, about 60% get that. plague, if it's airborne, it kills 67%. these are really deadly pathogens. >> brian: the first time it
was perhaps breached was a natural disaster, a flood. the second time they come back, they thought they fixed it, they said, no, got to shut down. >> last year, it got flooded come up with these chemicals to work, but the people that were using them did not know that's really scary. how to work it. again, nothing has leaked out but it could have and i'm glad the cdc shut them down. >> brian: i can't thank you enough for coming in. we wish better circumstances. meanwhile, that's about it for us tonight. tune in each and every at 8:00, this show that is the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity,tu smugness, and groupthink. also, don't forget to dvr the show. consider checking out my fox nation show. "what made america great." by the way, got to tell you, tomorrow night, we'll be streaming this live in charlotte, north carolina, america, great from the start. i know you are talking about politics, this is more about patriotism.yo everyone in the audience will have a chance to be on television, and i don't know quite what will happen but we'll
be on stage. after that, i'll pack up, have my butler do it. go to birmingham, alabama, the next day, and they'll do it again at 8:00 and san antonio on the 16th. just about sold out and all venues. go to brian kilmeade.com/door. now it's time for sean hannity. take it away, sean. >> sean: brian, good show. thank you. buckle up, welcome to "hannity." we begin with a fox news alert. tonight we have huge, massive breaking news in our investigation into the investigators, but i want to stop and say something. between now and the fall, everything we have reported is true and this is just theng beginning of what will be a huge confirmation that we have been right all along because breaking just moments ago, the bruce ohr 302s have now been released and they are damning and revealing in so many ways. we have been demanding this particular document now for over a year and finally, judicial watch, they have obtained these all important records.