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i am greg gutfeld. i love you america. [applause] jesse: welcome to "watters world" the nation continues to celebrate our birthday this holiday weekend president trump kicking off the festivities on thursday with a highly anticipated salute to america celebration on the washington mall. he demonstrated the patriotism and support for troops. he offered a rousing address and exhibition of the military's finest vehicles and rairpower. [laughter] and a dazzling fireworks display. but not everybody was happy with the gesture. watch this. >> he greatly admires kim jung-un he spies to be him and
have that absolute power. jesse. >> so what is that message who was it to ask it is a threat when he rolled out the military but to who works i suspect to fellow americans. jesse: joined me now with reaction is the founder of turning point usa. what a good-looking set we have. the ladies are going nuts keep it together. the tanks are out there to threaten the american people. they think this is tiananmen square all over again. >> it is. tanks on us soil. a few years back i had aan show
part of the american sniper american seal there was a love letter to our troops and before that was ever on the air this is our pride in america and pride of military and certainly not an attack on america. when the president does things that are overly patriotic like kneeling during the national anthem democrats have to do the opposite. that's put them in the position and the same thing happens here no matter what it is. that must be the correct thing to follow and the democrats upset the left they are so upset he has this wonderful celebration and spending money they would much rather have that many sent to iran. [laughter] >> what about $100 trillion
for the agreed new deal. >>. >>li and healthcare to illegal aliens. >> they act like thiss is never happened before. candidates from soldiers in the streets eisenhower had it. withei patriot missiles and soldiers and madison and jefferson and van buren all have military praise but when donald does it, you cannot have that it belittles one - - political site - - politicizes it. no matter what he did is so by tomorrow and obama care did
that. and then to denigrate the country but then america is not great watch this. >> the greatest country on earth and there it is packed and sold to tiny patriots reinforced by a cartoon and a mattress sale so what are we actually number one cracks a lot of things mass shootings, tv watching education and safety are privatized and the truth is how great america is depends on how rich you are.
but today america we are just okay. jesse: we are just okay. we are just mediocre the only country they hate it but they refused to leave. [laughter] >> this cheap propaganda fill one - - film actually number one in medical breakthroughs and stepping up in times of natural disaster. and only having 5 percent of the worlds population but we are just okay. and then the plane. >> the most modern vaccines. we invented the internet and television. >> this is no big deal.
>> they just would slip that in it was no big deal with that governmental evil that's a minor thing. >> but you rattled off a list of incredible facts. jesse: but they are finding things and then piling them up. i don't want them to think that were not great. jesse: but you think of all that power and success and they have not contributed to that. they think we caused the problems a set of solve the problems. but they juice the statistics but we don't have time we know
number one country is america and we are great. >> where they are literally clamoring to get into a no other place t i'm always all over the place that fathers are not bringing their little tykes over here. and also that is just okay is nike they're not great not really american anymore. i will not fall into that trap. [laughter] but betsy ross is now under attack. nike because of call in keeper nick complained don't sell them anymore. recall them because those 13 stars is white supremacy? how do you understand that a
failed athlete get so much attention for so bizarre. first of all except called and was not good enough to compete in the nfl so he made a career out of the social justice activism. the insane narrative put out that there are things wrong with this country. we are not a mistake as a country. if you want to throw down anything that happened during that era is wrong that was bad not to mention we were a country that went to war and dividedd ourselves no other country can say that. jesse: 600,000 men lost their lives.
but i have flaws. that does not define who i am. i have many flaws. but i think what colin is trying to do is continue to divide the country and tear it apart it is white america that does not like the flag and now on july 4th he doesn't want people celebrating the country but obama inaugural. what flag did they have right behind him when he spoke? there it is. it is the betsy ross flag. >> they had two of them if my eyes don't deceive me. >> there is no screaming about that it's part of our history it is ridiculous. if it is a marketing ploy i wish i could have gotten one and say do you have the issue? [laughter] now they are worth a lot m more.
jesse: three grand on the secondary market this is a german company being more patriotic. >>an if kaepernick wants to wage war on slavery that some would say those under the conditions that make these shoes is borderline slave labor. and in china they have millions of muslims who are in concentration camps. jesse: also raising eyebrows is the women's soccer team defeating the brits but they got some heat. >> i am a big fan. >> she scored everybody says
this is poor sportsmanship what do you say quick. >> i say she can do whatever she wants. [laughter] she is a great player and a nice person but it sports. when you play sports like at a basketball game there will be some smack talk and a winner. [laughter] that's okay. so i'm okay with that. >> heard they survive this quick. >> they care much more about soccer or football than we do. >> the nfl if you win. >> so when i beat charlie i
don't say a word. but i do enjoy how they are okay with kaepernick kneeling for the national anthem but they don't want anybody doing this to the brits. >> it is creative. >> it was very good. >> and the british have not recovered from losing the revolutionary war. they trying b to burn down the white house. >> they don't celebrate july 4t. [laughter] jesse: up next to new wave of violence and what is motivating that? most of america's know about our founding? not much. >> what year?
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[bleep] [bleep] [bleep] jesse: most injuries are still visible and he was admitted to the hospital. >> while hearing people chant no hate and no fear i am bashed on the back of my head. from behind what i realized what was happening it was too late. i a mob of people started beating me with their fists and took these objects to hit me then started to dump what i believe were milkshakes and eggs on my face which blinded me in the emergency room i was
diagnosed with a brain hemorrhage. jesse: a brain hemorrhage? and in connectionpl with the violence. this is just the latest of the recent wave targeting conservatives. here in reaction we have jesse kelly and townhall.com. first of all i don't like these guys because they can't throw punches to begin with. and they target. >> they are not sin. >> some of them are rail thin. >> but the unifying factor none of them is can do a t push-up they take a gay immigrant journalist who is unarmed to gang up on him.
jesse: they pick on the weakest link. for me it looks like after the the mueller report came back we are seeing new levels of violence with getting spit o on, this, other violence across the country i will say they are frustrated they cannot persuade anybody or legislate so now they take it to the streets. >> actions have consequences. for years they told the american public he was a traitor and colluded and to be impeached somehow they thought they met clinton would be president and now they are lashing out. you can see violence like that. they wake up every single day and then they get mad. jesse: the reason it continues
is because the media has no standards. they say we don't believe in violence. but maybe this journalist provoked it. this journalist said he was attacked but it is right on video. >> jesse they actively support high tech censorship with opponentsio and the intimidation from keeping people to say what they believe in actively support violence. they are not hiding it it is a loser's game. they have lost the war of hearts and minds. people realize what they are peddling is garbage. you saw those idiots last week
on stage at the democratic convention illegal aliens. don't throw them out and work harder to give them better stuff that our veterans get. they were rejected by the american people. it is a desperation move and they only get more desperate. jesse: they are hiding their faces because that is what cowards do and what the kkk did because they don't have the courage to come out and show their face. one of the people defending the group is cnn. >> you also have to know what is right and wrong and immoral and good and evil. that's why people who show up to fight against bigots are not to be judged even if they do resort to that same violence. jesse: so petty violence giving somebody a brain hemorrhage? >> that is how they always view the right and they view violence as kind of okay or tacit approval it's not to be
wrong politically but it's no different than the tactic they have been using all over the world you take your opponent and dehumanize them and make them less that a human being. it makes it easier for you to do whatever youor want be grateful they are just pouring milkshakes and punching us because historically they have done a lot worse. jesse: if somebody ever throws a milkshake at me make sure it is chocolate. down at the border and aoc visiting a detention center which he calls a concentration camp. remembers she smeared those border agents who want to abolish i.c.e. >> there is abuse in these facilities. this is their best behavior they put them in rooms with no running water and these womense
were told to drink out of the toilet. they were drinking water out of the toilet and that was knowing that a congressional visit was coming that is their best behavior. >> didnk you see somebody actually do that quick. >> in that last facility. [inaudible] jesse: she actually refuses to tour the facility yells at everybody there this characterizes the conversation that she had with the migrant but doesn't want to do anything to solve the problem but just exploit it. >> she is a millennial performance artist who happens to be the head of the democratic party. this isma what the president is running against next year. do we want to give someone like her power? have we heard her condemn what
happened? >> she causes a lot of headaches for her leadership. i don't think the mainstream democrats out there believe that our men and women who are actually saving children and families when they come here dehydrated are actually nazis running concentration camps. this is incredibly divisive and will alienate a majority of the country. >> i wish i could leave you the mainstream democrats did not agree but did you hear the other night not one democrat not a single undefended border patrol. she's bad for the country about for the discourse she's the best person the republican party ever had she is extreme.
she's the best thing in the world toap ever happen. [laughter] >> you can look at my liver and know that i like bartenders but the best thing that ever happened to donald trump was aoc put her on the ticket you canic do fundraising you don't even have to cut and add. just of what she says she voted against funding for the detention facilities twice and now says they are not getting enough resources. >> of course she did. that is a bourgeois concept you are just getting in the way of the narrative. that racist door is llama phobic or something. jesse: how does aoc look at an
adult male from el salvador showing up at her doorstep how does she deal with that? with sex trafficking or transfer them to child services? how to she interview them or process them? what is herie plan? >> her plan is simple. she sends a bus that we pay for in tijuana to load up a bunch of people we did not invite into the country, they drive in and let off given housing and cash and that is her plan with open borders and then we subsidize the immigrants. i like immigrants i married one. jesse knows her. but i prefer they come with invitation. many would insist on that
because this is my country not theirs. i am an american citizen and i will make the decision what happens in my country. not a bunch of foreigners or halfwits from new york city. jesse: if you have a democratic party that is so focused to help noncitizens and not focused on americans, where does that put the democratic party right now quick. >> it puts them on the outs and losing the battle. but they are winning the war. if you want to know the republican party's position in 20 years look at the democratic party's position right now. only 22 percent of democrats are extremely proud of their country for quite like saying this but the democratic party is the anti- america party. this is the world we live in now. jesse: happy july 4th.
live from america's news headquarters in new york former vice president biden is apologizing for touting his ability to work with segregationist as us senator. the 2020 candidate made the comments earlier today while campaigning in south carolina. 60 percent of the primary voters are african-american.
biden has faced severe criticism of his comments and also defended his civil rights record. and now too big game for the harlem resident for 114th birthday. the oldest person in the us. when she was born in 19 oh five theater roosevelt was president. her family says she credits her long life to god and being a good person. originally from north carolina and has called at her home since 1926. now back to "watters world". jesse: democratic congresswoman making waves visiting the detention center on thursday not for what she saw but for this claim about those making jokes about k.congress. >> those people who are online making jokes about congress or
anyone that is unacceptable. i will shut them down and they should be prosecuted. jesse: now we have diamond in silk you cannot make fun of congress on twitter anymore? >> here is the deal. everybody should make fun of congress. that's a policy. >> that's right. i cannot believe a congressman calling for the over criminalization. and who should be prosecuted? the democratic congress. and to give the border patrol resources that they need. that's who needs. >> everything they say about the president at the border to call him out they make fun of
him so then they should be subject to the same thing. and instead of these illegal aliens more rights instead of american citizens. jesse: they cannot take a joke that is for sure. this could have happened because she has a very colorful dresser people on the internet have been critical even macho man randy savage with a flamboyant and sparkly hats she's just taking it a little too far. >> everybody has their own style. kim jung-un over at the dmz that was a very historic moment our own tucker carlson was there and witnessed the
event and said he was not looking too good. >> it's a great day for the world and an honor for me to be here. >> mind blowing. >> the president walks across with kim jung-un almost nobody around kim was visibly winded from the probably 20-yard walk. he looked bewildered. there are cameras going off in hisof face. he seems out of his element. jesse: tucker diagnosing his health but he doesn't look good. >> but there are those whoho read history that president
trump is making history. i called silk and said this is a boss h move. he is doing things a different way. he is a negotiator and a dealmaker he is making deals and outmaneuver how he does things. >> what we love he is not there outside the normal. >> do you say hi diamond when you call each other? >> yes. [laughter] i love that. you know what happened with betsy ross. she is a feminist icon. what are they doing? >>el but keep in mind i believe this is nike trying to drive up attention.
also they said it would be a limited edition also if kaepernick is part of nike you should check with kaepernick. >> if kaepernick has a problem with slavery that he needs to give us his os money. jesse: give up the money. jesse: we will talk to you later. thank tuc you. still ahead the waters world crew the best of the patriot edition. but first the most ridiculous federal crime that can land you in jail. wait until you hear this.
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jesse: weird news of the week a mysterious toilet karger spending 150 days in jail putting plastic bottles at a local community center down the toilet in the women's restroom. five counts of criminal damage to public property he could've had a 30 day sentence but the judge through book and must also pay $5500 of restitution and complete 100 hours of community service and serve probation. if you have ever clogged a toilet in a national forest you could be facing hard time for committing a federal crime. recently spoke with an author of the new book about other crazy offenses.
three years in prison if you write a letter to a pirate? if you text is the same offense quick. >> it is any type of correspondence but you have to talk about pirate stuff that is the catch. [laughter] jesse: if you put a message in the bottle about booty you will be locked up for three oars. you cannot threaten a clown? a lot of people don't like clowns why under federal law quick. >> this is heartbreaking because the truth is we have to blame animal rights activists they would grease bone - - threaten research centers so they protected rodeos and circuses if you shut down the circus or put a threat to the clown. jesse: congress going
overboard? you cannot clog a toilet in a national park? to be guilty the log requires the offender put a substance into the toilet that is capable of clogging the toilet. >> this is important it used to be rags or cans and garbage but over the last couple of decades they change the rules of it is any substance. so if you are going on vacation to a national forest any substance and that is even accidental clogging's. jesse: at the national park if you see a horse you cannot make any of its adjusters to a 'thorse? >> i don't know i don't know anybody has been charged with
the offensive gesture case i don't know what kind of gestures they like but the feds have regulated this so any unreasonable gesture if the horses standing still absolutely. jesse: that is very good detail for people who are planning on doing that. i have offensive body odor in congress? now just walk in dc a lot of congressmen have a few extra pounds this one is easy to brea break. >> to be clear it is a library of congress congress spans their own body odor i am sure. [laughter] it is a library of congress if you have sufficient body odor or personal hygiene you can go to prison for that if you interfere with people using the library in fact that they
to the national hot dog and social on --dash sausage council 150 million hot dog to be consumed enough between l.a. and dc five times. here to phyllis and how they celebrate the holiday to very patriotic americans the party boroughs. what is up quick. >> jesse good to see you. jesse: you blow up the fourth of july with what kind of food we go to cabo. jesse: you leave the country for july 4th going there right after this for a bachelor party eat a lot of tacos and tell some fun stories i can't wait to.
[laughter] >> they are slapping all the tariffs. americait celebrating 243 years to be exact what would you give america as a birthday present a group on for a massage. or shorts and a playlist. [laughter] >> that's a good call. i don't know if i can top that. do you do fireworks? it seems that you may have issues with that. i'm not saying that you are not proficient but it could be a little dangerous. >> i love fireworks one time we set off 50 mortars as
junior lifeguards. a combined america beautiful show i would tell scary stories of people don't get overconfident. >> you have to be careful we know what happens. so i have a bone to pick with you. i was down at the jersey shore a couple weeks ago and i ran into your dad. i said his will he be down here and your dad said yes and i gave your dad my digits. i said up and we will throw back someot beers and nothing. i got nothing i feel ditched to be honest.
>> my bad. i will get you next time. jesse: i feel better. >> we just ask the fans of nickel back these are platforms to support them publicly. >> a lot of people love nickel back but they feel shame over that and there should not be shame. i love nickel back you can say it. >> i love nickel back they have been huge in our lives. >> and the lead singer has the same name as chad. 's make you could do that as a playlist i think the country would lovelo that. >> you have a favorite song? >> nothing comes to mind.
i can rock out to pretty much anything. and i will catch you next time. [laughter] good to see you. the best of the patriots quiz tonight. ...it's so confusing it hurts my brain. ya i hear ya... or say you can't believe... ...how much of a hassle it is! and tell anyone who'll listen... (garbled)....it's so expensive! she said it's so expensive. tell me about it. yes.. well i'm telling the people at home. that's why esurance is making the whole experience surprisingly painless. so, you never have to talk about it, unless you're their spokesperson. esurance. it's surprisingly painless.
yeah the only catch is i'm never leaving. no i'm serious, i live here now. book at hilton.com and get the hilton price match guarantee. jesse: time now for last call. this week we sell britted the 4th d we celebrated the 4th of july. i wanted to look at how much or how little the average american knows about this country and its founding. here is the best or worst of the patriots edition. how many colonies were there? >> 15? >> 12? >> 13? jesse: can you name any of them?
>> boston. jesse: boston is a city. who is your favorite founding father? >> james madison. >> thomas jefferson. abraham. jesse: abraham lincoln? why is he your favorite founder? what about george washington, what did he do? >> money. >> george washington is one of the presidents. jesse: which president. >> the second president after lincoln? >> some folks have to learn the hard way he was a general or something. he didn't work with horses, did he? jesse: god bless you. the revolutionary war. who did america fight? >> countries. jesse: countries? >> china. >> great britain. >> that's right.
jesse: what year did we declare our irnd even? >> 1984? >> 1884. jesse: 1776. >> 1776. >> july 4. >> 1776? jesse: what did the declaration of independence do? >> i have no idea. that's awful. >> i am not that knowledgeable on those declarations and the constitutions and all of that. jesse: what country did we declare our independence from? >> virginia. jesse: the name our national even them is. >> isn't it called the national even them? -- national anthem?
>> the star spangled banner. >> o say can you see by the dawns early light -- >> what so proudly we hailed by the twilight -- i forget the rest. >> through the perilous fight o'er ramparts we watched -- and the rockets red glare the bombs bursting in air, gave proof to the light. jesse: night. >> that our flag was still there. o say does our star spangled banner yet wave o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave. jesse: "justice with judge jeanine" is next and remember,
i'm watters and this is my world. [♪] judge jeanine: hello and welcome to "justice." i'm judge jeanine pirro. thanks for being with us tonight. happy 4th of july weekend to all of you, and thanks for making "justice" number one all weekend. not just saturday day or saturday night. the fireworks may have been last night but we have more in store for you tonight with a guest line up that includes katrina pierson, stephanie hamill, and we'll talk the border crisis with the pinal county sheriff mark lamb. first, joe