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>> that does it for us on "fox and friends." bye-bye. >> we will see you all week! >> see you tomorrow. >> a fox news alert, police releasing video of that massive explosion that left three people injured and heavily damaged dozens of buildings christmas morning. authorities say 63-year-old i.t. specialist was behind the bombing and that he died at the scene. the focus shifts to what his motive might have been. good morning to you, i'm jon scott. >> great to be with you and everybody at home, i'm gillian turner, sandra smith is off. that bomber has been identified early friday morning, and rv parked outside counted a warning to urge people to back away and then exploded. federal officials say he died in
the blast. listen. >> there is no indication that any other persons were involved. we reviewed hours of security video surrounding the recreational video, we said no the people involved. >> there is no indication that anyone else was involved. as said earlier before, nashville is considered safe. there are no known threats against the city. >> six national police officers are being hailed as heroes. they describe how they cleared out the downtown moments before the bomb went off. >> i turned around to see a very orange sky, a lot of smoke. at that point we just spent time keeping residents away from the area. >> i'm walking back towards the
rv, i hear guys tell you to turn around. i turned around and started walking in the opposite direction and then three seconds later, that saved my life. that's what got me to see my kids and wife on christmas. >> tennessee governor will join us in a few minutes to discuss the recovery efforts, we begin with charles watson. have police determined a motive unit? >> good morning. there's a lot of unanswered questions about the christmas day explosion here including why it happened. federal investigators are working to piece together a motive as investigation moves at a rapid pace. authorities identified 63-year-old anthony quinn as the suspect, officials say he intentionally blew up his rv. law enforcement say they were able to quickly identify them using a vehicle, identification number found at the blast site that led fbi to the suspect's
home, a suburb south of nashville were agents were able to collect a positive match of dna with human remains found at the blast site. >> we are able to have a known sample and then collect some items from suspect, some relatives as well. >> this morning six nashville police officers are being hailed as heroes. the officers putting their lives on the line to get residents away from that rv moments before blew up. >> i heard god tell me to turn around and go check on this person who was by themselves. as i turn around, for me it felt like i took three steps and then the music stopped and as i'm walking back, i see orange and then i hear a loud boom.
>> the city of nashville says areas will slowly begin to open up in the coming days, but you can th see the explosion. yesterday john cooper said at&t data center may have been a target but investigators say they're looking into a number of leads. we are told by officials they have no reason to believe anyone. >> charles watson live from nashville. thank you. joining us this morning, tennessee governor bill lee. as bad as this was you must be breathing something of a sigh of relief this morning, nobody aside from the bomber was killed and there was no huge loss of life. this thing wasn't worse than it is. >> thank you. it's devastating when you walk the streets down there and see what's happened.
we are very grateful. the law enforcement you just saw, the incredible work, and a day when they need encouragement, they have given us encouragement by saving countless lives down there. the livelihoods have been lost significantly. small business owners have had a difficult year to start with. when you see the damage down there you see, i see business owners with a new struggle, but we are starting today, we are beginning to determine ways we will rebuild. we will talk about that in a moment. >> you mention those heroic police officers and i want to put their names on the screen because americans need to remember and recognize them. amanda, james, and timothy miller. and here is a little bit more of that extraordinary news conference with some of them.
listen. >> i just see orange and then i a loud boom. as i'm stumbling it rocked me, i told myself, stay on your feet, stay alive. >> i blinked and i couldn't see for a second. >> what i specifically remember, what i remembered was downtown, the lights were shining bright. later the person i spoke to pulled it up and it's downtown to buy tullio clark. >> the love for them is even bigger now. >> the love for them is bigger now. all of nashville and america is mainly same exact thing. >> that's right. christmas morning, christmas is really a whole full-time and as
tragic and devastating as this is, what those men and women did, they saved the lives and we lost no life other than the perpetrator. it's a blessing that occurred in the middle of a tragedy and we are grateful for law enforcement. we always are, but when something like this happens, we are mindful of the incredible role they play to protect citizens. >> christmas is a day when most people do not want to find themselves working on the job and it's a reminder that every day the men and women in blue go to the job and do not know what they will be facing. these six easily could have been killed and instead they save lives. >> that's right. they talk about putting their lives on the line, that's exactly what they did. they ran into that situation and saved so many lives. >> you spoke about the economic impact and i know you wrote the white house asking president trump for
federal reserve money for the nashville area. what do you think this is going to cost and how he received a response yet? >> the damage is enormous. indescribable blast and it's destroyed business is all up and down that downtown block. as i've said before, we've had a hard year, as everyone has across the country. we've worked hard to keep businesses open and to keep them unable to operate and now there is a whole group of them who will not be able to operate. we have requested the declaration. i spoke with the president myself. it appears that will be coming shortly and we will have some assistance to help begin this rebuilding process. we are grateful for president trump for his response to that request.
>> everyone is asking why, has anyone spoke to you about the possible motive here? >> they are still searching for that motive. we have been fortunate, we believe there is no one else involved. we have determined that so far. nashville is a very safe city and has a history of being such, so to have this happen is very unusual. fortunately, it appears it's not attached to other folks and there is no further danger. the individual motive of this person is yet to be determined. very unusual circumstances, particularly because there was a warning. we will wait and see what they find. >> it's one of my favorite cities to visit and we wish you well as nashville recovers. bill lee, we appreciate your time. >> thank you, john.
♪ >> georgia republican senators are trying to bring home a jailed american teenager. they're asking the cayman islands for more leniency with sentencing a georgia college student. she defied covid protocol while visiting her boyfriend in the cayman islands. steve harrigan is an atlanta with the latest. what is up next in the legal battle? >> right now her sentence has been cut to work on months, but they are pushing hard to get her, the 18-year-old out. they sent a letter to the u.s. embassy which reads as follows "it's a sincere hope that she can safely and expeditiously return home to continue her studies as a premed student at mercer university." she violated the quarantine when she arrived in the cayman islands and she removed the electronic bracelet, about
64,000, 300 cases and two deat deaths. >> which way is this going? >> there is a lot of uncertainty about these two races set for january 5th weird that's because much of the wisdom here has basically been upended. this is a state that is voted republican for the past 28 years. and a lot of uncertainty about which way these two races are going to go. they could determine control for the next two years, so money is pouring in. all four candidates setting records and president trump announcing he will be back on the eve of the election to campaign for the senators. back to you. >> steve harrigan, thanks so much. meanwhile, president trump will head to georgia next week on january 4th. he will hold a rally for g.o.p. senators. the night before the senate runoff election.
let's bring in fox news contributor byron york and chief political correspondent for the "washington examiner." we had a great christmas. >> good morning. >> first question, president trump is heading back to georgia, second trip for this campaign and we have seen vice president mike pence. do you think this particular trip by the president could be the straw that breaks democrats back? could it make a big difference? >> the president is a strong proponent of in person voting and that is what this rally is about. indulging georgia, northwest georgia on election eve. it's meant to get more people to the polls on election day. the big unknown in georgia is what affect the president will have. we know the presence of the
president on the ballot on november 3rd was a big motivator, not only for his supporters but for democrats who wanted to get rid of donald trump. he's not going to be on the ballot this time. republicans have been urging republican voters to vote by mail, to vote early, to use the advantages of casting their ballots before election day. we will see how that goes and we will also see whether this anti-trump animist that drove so many democrats is still around on january 5th. >> the president signed this covid relief bill late last night. what do you think he gained, either strategically or politically by delaying signing with legislation for a few days? >> it's hard to see how he gained anything in all of this.
he had every reason to be upset with this bill which is really the worst of washington. millions of americans in desperate need of assistance while congress, mostly with nancy pelosi refused to pass an aide to bill because they thought it might assist, might help president trump in the election. now that the presidential election is over, they pass the bill, it's close to 6,000 pages long, it has all sorts of completely unrelated stuff in it like aid for cambodia or pakistan or a new museum through the smithsonian. it has all of this stuff thrown in it, close to 6,000 pages. the leaders put it out and give lawmakers a couple of hours to look it over. the president has every reason to be unhappy with it.
on the other hand, the president has just signed it into law. for him to say, i want them to make these changes and i will tell them, they're not going to do it. >> the whole episode is pitting the president against his own party, at least in some corners of the senate. take a listen, fox news sunday yesterday. he said, whether it's 600 or 2,000, the president's proposal is putting money in the wallets. >> it's terribly untargeted. why would we be sending $2,000 to people with a six-figure income who have had no suspension, no reduction. consider the millions of federal employees who have never missed a check, the age should be much more targeted, to people who have actually lost their job. small businesses that are actually in danger of going
under. >> what you think about that? >> it certainly should and that's another fault with the bill because there are millions of people who do need the money and congress for months and months refused to send it to them. and now they just throw it all in this big pile. it's what people hate about washington. he has a point with this spirit on the other hand. this bill exists. it's a law, it's been signed, it's very unlikely congress would go back in and change a $600 benefit to $2,000 or make any changes. this thing is done. >> it also seems that in the wake of revelation, the immense scale of the fraud that was involved in the last round, i
haven't seen much on either side. tell me if you have in the house or senate, trying to correct that, so whether people get 600 or 2,000, we know billions of dollars are not being wasted or stolen. >> clearly concerns about people getting the money, people in businesses and corporations, while people who didn't need the money didn't get it or didn't get enough. congress did not change the way it worked to pass this bill. they seem to make it all worse. remember, the white house and republicans had wanted a skinny bill, a bill just to help the people in need, just relief money. democrats refused to do that. they said so much more needed to be done, and all sorts of stuff.
and we got the process that resulted in this bill. if you're asking, did congress try to clean up its act given the problems? absolutely not. >> certainly more pork in both of these bills then any american could reasonably eat on the christmas holiday. thank you for joining us. happy new year to you. >> thank you. same to you. >> a fox news alert, california see more than 2 million coronavirus cases, more than any other state in the nation and the surge that is straining hospital systems could lead to more lockdowns. plus, new information on anthony warren, the man authorities they blew himself up. police are searching for a motive next
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they hold slight leads on their democratic challengers in the latest real clear politics average. >> chinese journalists in wuhan has been sentenced to four years in jail. the sentence is the latest effort by the chinese government to suppress information related to the pandemic. >> here on capitol hill of the house is back in session today. democrats will hold a vote trying to override the spending bill and they will try to increase direct payments for americans. the covid relief bill from 600 to $2,000. for more on these and other stories download the fox news app, scan the code on your screen or go to foxnews.com. ♪ >> hearing what the rv was saying, that is stuff i will
never forget it. the saying, "primary objective is to evacuate, evacuate now." the pmo voice, it's odd. >> as authorities investigate the bombing in nashville, anthony quinn warner who died in the explosion, for more on the strange case let's bring in daniel linsky, former superintendent of the boston police department and a director at kroll. let's leave aside the suspect and his actions for a moment, you must be very hard and by what those police officers did. >> x great to see officers who are met with a challenge, like going and doing what they hope to do, to protect their citizens. getting people out of harm's way. the only life losses the suspects life and the officers did did amazing job under trying
circumstances. it's a proud day to be a former member of law enforcement based on what they did. >> i have worked holidays in the news business and you expect christmas will be a quiet day. i imagine that's what they were expecting. and then you have this terrorism thrust into their laps and they responded absolutely admirably. >> there is no routine call in policing and unfortunately most holidays are not quiet days for police officers. there is a lot of tensions between family and spouses and activity that keep officers busy ordinarily. >> the authorities are not saying anything about motive yet, if they have information, how important is that to the investigation at this point? trying to figure out what the motive was.
>> it would be nice to know because taking away from people's thoughts and conspiracy theories and we can figure out, could there been someone who would have prevented us from going forward? obviously suicidal thoughts involved. why at that location and by that means? that is something that investigators will look for. they will follow his trail, debit card, anyone he met with, any doctors he engaged with. seeing a picture as to what was going on in his life. there were reports that he turned his house over to someone just recently. people start giving away their possessions. they will go back in the timeline and find out exactly what was going on and maybe figure out why he did this and if there was any possibility for law enforcement, if they missed something. often times people posting stuff
on social media and letting people know that, before they do something. >> we all learned after the bombing in oklahoma city that fertilizer and a little bit of fuel oil can create a devastating bomb. doesn't look to you like that was done here? that was a huge explosion. >> it was a huge explosion. my understanding is he had a prior license for explosives. the first thing investigators were trying to do is to try to determine what the makeup of that bomb was. before that was all over, we have a team and the fbi lab, they will rebuild that device, tell us what was in it and the components that it came from. it's a time taking process, but we will figure out exactly how he was able to manage this device and put it it together. and where the associated items
were purchased. >> one of the things that law enforcement fears is copycats and the weirdest kind of copycat arrived in tennessee yesterday. a guy with a box truck that was playing a recorded announcement very similar to what the downtown bomber played before the explosion. it's my understanding the driver of that truck has been arrested and charged with felonies. would you expect this is related? is it just weird? >> it seems weird and unfortunately people do come out of the woodwork to do crazy things. by doing that, that same action probably caused error and fear and very serious and should be dealt with and i'm glad the authorities are charging him. >> daniel linsky, former superintendent of the boston
police department. thank you. >> be safe. >> a loper fisherman found quite the hall, certainly not the hall he was expecting. he discovered 74 pounds of cocaine floating in the water. the drugs are worth an estimated $850,000. they were turned over to agent since they were found in federal waters. >> no more blues for one high-profile person sentenced in the college admission scandal. lori laughlin said to be released from federal prison after a two-month lock up. she was ordered to pay a $260,000 fine and 100 hours of community service. the actress admitted paying half a million dollars to get her daughters into the university of southern california. her husband is currently serving a five month sentence.
>> tough holiday for that family. meanwhile, one state is mulling over an extension of some of the strictest lockdown in the country, officials are bracing for a surge in cases. plus, with mass vaccinations underway, anthony fauci is defending his earlier, lower projections on what it will take to create herd immunity. what he is saying now. >> nobody really knows for sure, but i say 70-80% is a reasonable estimate. in fact, most of my colleagues agree with me. ♪ we made usaa insurance for veterans like martin. when a hailstorm hit, he needed his insurance to get it done right, right away.
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celebrities is known for planning a secret new year's party. what is the latest on the lockdown? >> even though data shows compliance is low, tens of thousands traveled, even more will this week. that lockdown order was to expire today will likely be extended. people exposed on christmas are likely to spread the virus on new year's, symptomatic or not. california becomes the first state to exceed 2 million covid cases with the nation's highest per capita. jumping 50,000 patience on saturday, 19,000 are hospitalized and county officials said on friday one patient is dying every 10 minutes. some hospitals postpone 11 surgeries. as for that swanky hang out, their first mistake was to call this a secret because that means you tell everybody. secondly, to answer your
question, it's not like they personally know everybody, that is where they dropped there and invite inside the take-out bag! saying, "we are considering taking reservations for a new year's eve dinner inside. if this is something you'd be interested in, let us know as soon as possible. if enough interest, we will contact you to secure a reservation. please keep this discrete but tell all of your friends." people dead including the city of beverly hills which told the restaurant, not going to happen. digging down on social media, people had a field day, some say it was discussed and others say, they would like to go out. >> you can understand the frustrations. william la jeunesse. thank you. >> for more on this we are joined by dr. marc siegel,
professor of medicine and a fox news contributor. great to see you. hope you and the family had a wonderful christmas. >> we did. >> glad to hear it. you've heard the reporting about southern california, politicians are mulling, extending what has been the harshest lockdowns in any community we've seen in the united states. is this going to solve the crisis? >> no, what we always need to help decrease the spread, and as you said, it's an enormous problem, over 14,000 new cases yesterday. we need consistent compliance with public health measures. everybody wearing masks, physically distancing, decreasing traveling. the problem with shutting things down as people don't always comply and they bring everything into their house. where 70% of the spread occurs.
it only takes one person to have covid and to spread it to a house. with this spread, it's hard to do rapid testing to figure out who has it in time to decrease them from spreading. i'm in favor of something i call a laser lockdown. are they spreading it, close it. our outdoor dining not spreading it, open them. case by case. >> we hit these two horrific milestones over the weekend. first, we learned the u.s. has surpassed 19 million confirmed covid cases. the world also reached a grim milestone of over 80 million coronavirus cases. i'm terrible at math. but even i could see that what we are looking at it as a quarter of the world's cases are here, almost a quarter or in the united states. does that shock you? >> no, it's what i said before.
we are not a society that's compliant. another thing that's occurred, everyone in america got the message that we need to wear a mask, but are we wearing it appropriately? it's the nose you have to cover. i see everybody just covering their mouth. you say, i have a mask so now i don't have to distance, i can go to a large gathering. that is why we have the most cases. it's like a forest fire, once i get started it continues to spread. other societies have done a better job. >> the other thing everyone now become a laser focused, new strain, multiple new strains that are coming out of other countries. mike emanuel asked dr. fauci, excuse me, i have him about this new strain and whether he could be here in the united states. he answered and said, we don't know, but it's highly possible.
that sounds terrifying. take a listen to what dr. fauci said about this. i will get your response. >> they are continually mutating all the time. most of the time the mutations don't have a functional significance. we are looking at it intensively. doesn't make someone more ill, is a more serious? the answer is, it doesn't appear to be that way. >> how should most americans think about this? should we be terrified? what do you think? >> we shouldn't be worried, we shouldn't be terrified. a single-stranded virus. we have many of them. they don't prepare themselves. there mutating all the time. we just didn't use that word. they're always changing little by little and during the pandemic the virus wants to survive. it moves in a direction of
survival which means it favors the viruses that are more transmissible. guess what else it favors, those that are less deadly. as dr. fauci said, there is no evidence that this causes more serious illness, no evidence whatsoever. also, even if it's in the united states, it doesn't mean it's widespread. there is no evidence. we have to do testing of that. there is no evidence. at worst at something that actually spreads more widely, but we don't see signs of it being, causing more serious englisillness. it looks like the vaccine will cover it. >> that's amazing, may be trending towards less deadly strains, that would be fantastic. thank you for joining us. we appreciate it. we wish you a happy new year.
>> same to you. thank you. >> as new members of congress are sworn in next month, there are calls for a leadership change on the democratic side of the aisle. will nancy pelosi hand over her gavel in january? we will talk about that possibility. president trump saying he will hold a rally in georgia on the eve of the two crucial senate elections there. will the president's visit help the g.o.p. keep control of the senate? that's next. research shows people remember commercials with nostalgia. so to help you remember that liberty mutual customizes your home insurance, here's one that'll really take you back. it's customized home insurance from liberty mutual! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ today's discussion will be around sliced meat. moms want healthy... and affordable.
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week, president trump says he will hold a rally for republicans the night before the election. can the president push them over the top? let's bring in our panel. david novella and richard fowler. thank you for being here on this monday morning. david, is there any danger to having the president come in and campaign for these candidates? >> the president has a track record of helping republicans, that would be what we saw in november. we certainly beat expectations across the board with not only being in a position to hold the majority in the senate, but pickup seats in the house. you look at the early vote return, right now in georgia, it's an older electorate that is casting early votes. and if those numbers are similar to what they were in the general
election, it favors the republicans. all that said, the most telling thing of where national democrats are going into this special election is the fact that in california gavin newsom had a choice that he could appoint someone to fill senate harrises open spot coming up or he could appoint someone. and he chose to appoint someone instead of doing a special election because there is no guarantee that right now a democrat could win statewide showing how poorly he is managing. >> just to be clear, special election or appointment and he chose to go appointment. richard, a lot of democrats seem to think that getting out and voting november 3rd to remove donald j. trump from office was their sole mission. and now that's been accomplished is a might think they're done.
is that a worry for you instrumen?>> not at all and davs right, he does have a track record. when the president isn't on the ballot, that success rate plummets. it's worth pointing out that you look at this georgia senate race, the president is at odds with his party. he requested $2,000 direct payment, both kelly loeffler and david perdue, and mitch mcconnell said no. when the president goes to campaign for these two candidates, he wants to be on the opposite side of them when it comes to an issue that most americans care about, how we handle this pandemic and will i receive a stimulus check, and will be sizable enough to help my family. donald trump and the democrats are in one side and republican stand on the other. >> you can't lay that all at the feet of president trump.
to block those checks from coming before the election. >> no, i agree with that, they requested $2,000 stimulus check that nancy pelosi agreed to and mitch mcconnell and republicans disagreed. >> there will be a vote on that today. this interesting headline, front-page editorial caught ri in "the new york post." it's titled, "give it up mr. president, for your sake and the nations." we understand that you're angry you lost, but to continue down this road is ruinous. if david perdue and kelly left near when they will prevent biden from rolling back what you accomplished. if georgia falls all that is threatened. it goes on to say, stop thinking about january 6th which is the day they will certify the
results and start thinking about january 5th. the date of the georgia elections. what do you think about that editorial? >> the president is thinking about moving forward, hence why he's going to georgia. one bit of correcting history, he wasn't on the ballot that made sure we kept our majority in this town with washington, d.c., they said we were going to lose. we didn't lose it. this election isn't about any one issue. quite frankly, the president signing the stimulus package and voting for it, it puts that issue to bed. what is the direction of the country going to be? this country, it used to be we agreed on the goals, we wanted to get there differently and now
you have two parties that want to go different directions. in georgia you're going to see them go for that. >> we will be watching those raises. final thoughts? >> i think david brings up a good point. he is right to point out the president does have that succe success, last month in november donald trump lost georgia considerably. he lost georgia because of the organizing work of black women in the suburbs turning out. if those suburbs do that again, we will see them pick up the seats. speak wondering about. >> police have a suspect in the bombing, investigators are laser focused on piecing together his motive. we will tell you how they were able to get that, coming up ne next.he
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>> the department of health is investigating a brooklyn clinic that's accused of fraudulent obtaining covid vaccines and distributing them to the public against the state's guidelines. it's unclear now how the clinic got its hands on the vaccine, but if these allegations are in court, what are the legal ramifications? let's bring in johnna bil. let's break down what actually happened here. this clinic broke new york state guidelines by distributing these vaccines. we don't know how many people. we believe they got around 3500. now they're going to be held potentially criminally liable. is that right? >> that is how the story goes. i don't think these charges are going to go very far. for a couple of reasons. look at what happened here. basically an urgent care
facility network with locations all across the state. they get their hands on the vaccine. did they get their hands on the vaccine? did they get it legitimately? and simply they didn't follow the new york state department of health guidelines for the distribution of that vaccine. here's why i think the charges are not going to go very far. when you have poorly drafted or confusing guidelines, regulations, they become unenforceable. here we have guidelines that basically said, phase one people can have the vaccine, who are phase one people? health care workers, first responders. >> those first round people, they are different state-by-state. >> absolutely true. only new york state, they are
being investigated that begs the question, this is why people yell fire in a crowded place because people will kill each other in order to save themselves. let's say they have obtained the vaccine and somebody walks in and says come on my front line worker, i do work in a nursing home. are they or are they not allowed to distribute the vaccine? that is why the charges are more bark than bite. they posted on facebook, not the people who the department of health intended. >> so interesting to hear you laid out that way. quick question here and then i have to go, another problem here, allegedly, the vaccine is supposed to be free to all americans, they asked people who were interested in coming to their clinics to get the
vaccines through their health insurance information. this is reportedly raising some red flags. what do you think about that? does that seem kosher? >> you walk into a doctor's office, they ask you a lot of information. your social security number, i don't think that is going to be the nail in the coffin. i think this is a lot more bark than it is bite. >> thank you for providing. we appreciate it as always and we wish you a happy new year. >> thank you. >> president trump has signed a massive covid relief and government spending package ending days of drama on capitol hill and delivering another shot of economic aid while in the federal shutdown. a brand-new hour, spee great toe
with you. >> sandra smith as the day off and the president backing down in his earlier thread to block the trending spending bill, including 9 billion in emergency relief. right now congress is getting ready to vote, the president's demand to increase payments to $2,000. the package includes a $600 per person direct payment, extra $300 per week in jobless benefits for 11 weeks and $284 billion for the paycheck protection program. new year's congresswoman says she is willing to consider the new bill up for a vote today, but it depends on how the bill is written. >> i want to see exactly where that $2,000 is going. i believe many americans are in dire need of relief. the $600 works for some families, but for others they are going to need more support. >> reaction ahead, senior at "the federalist," but we begin
with mike emanuel in washington. >> good morning. the house is expected to vote later today on more covid relief. this morning a key house republican says on the $2,000 stimulus payment, he wants to see the price tag of the bill. >> we have to demonstrate some willingness to disclose, at the very least should we know the price tag. as a nancy pelosi obligated to run this? >> a leading senate progressive's had a more relief to millions of americans. >> we can't around. sign the bill, mr. president and then immediately come on monday, tuesday we can pass a direct payment for the working families on this country. >> chuck schumer tweeting "the house will have to give americans $2,000 checks come out
democrats will object. i asked the key senate republican on fox news sunday why they might not support more covid relief. >> it's terribly untargeted. why would we be sending $2,000 to people with a six-figure income who have had no suspension or reduction overall. >> after authorizing $2.3 trillion in spending between government funding and relief, there are no signs that republicans will want to spend more at this point, but first the house needs to pass it today and we will see how the senate handles it. >> more drama ahead. thank you. >> we are joined by the senior editor at "the federalist." thank you for joining us. hope you had a very merry christmas. >> you as well. >> we look at this covid relief bill, the president has signed it, but the things he objected
to, the $600 payments and the pork spending that's included in the government spending. they're still lay a lot of stuff in there that has nothing to do with covid relief, nothing to do with getting it in the wilds of americans who have lost jobs, health insurance, their houses or apartments. what do you think really change the president's mind seemingly overnight last night and got him over the finish line? >> this was disappointing. it's hard to say why, he gave a really knock down speech explaining exactly why he wasn't going to sign this. all different reasons, you combine this with the massive bill, there are a couple of theories why he did this. promised a vote on section 2:30 which would go out to the tech companies have been targeting
conservatives, republicans. the president was promising a number of different aspects, but whether would get anything, what we look at the investigations, investigating these election problems? the problem for him is that mitch mcconnell made no mention, any of this in a statement he gave out. it's going to be difficult to see if you get any of this across the finish line where republicans vote for the stimulus checks. he was allegedly promised in this. finally, it might have something to do with georgia, told this could be very difficult to win if he was still holding this up. that is one more theory. >> it seems like the $2,000 payments are riding on a wing and a prayer. when the house votes. one other thing on this quickly, take a listen to fox news
sunday. he said his beef with this package is number one, where is the money coming from? number two, who will get it >> why would we be sending $2,000 to people with a six-figure income who have had no suspension, no reduction of title. this money, were going to print it or borrow it and the aged should be much more targeted. it should be targeted towards people who lost their jobs. small businesses that are in danger. >> sounds reasonable. >> it sounds reasonable, but it's going to be difficult to execute. you have a government that has zero targeting, shutting down the entire u.s. economy and putting people out of work for a year. now they're saying they want to be careful and fiscally responsible on this. is there any method for figuring that out, that would make a lot of sense. if you make this amount of
money, if you're on employment, that thing might make sense, but when you have a government that's taking such sweeping actions to make money, it's time to cough up and help people get moving. >> last question before i let you go, house speaker nancy pelosi will be up for reelection. facing criticism from all corners now about her refusal to step aside or at least, if not step aside, her willingness to allow new, younger fresh blood into house leadership positions. how does this play out for her? >> we go through this every time. will nancy pelosi return? it's difficult to see from an outsider perspective how she possibly could other than the fact that she has boeing reviews from the d.c. press corps, there were not results to back that u.
she's in a tighter combined with much slimmer majority, all those new incoming progressives who say, i will see how i will vote on nancy pelosi, they quickly learn if you do what she says you suffer for it. >> january 3rd, we will see if she has physical or physical. thank you for joining us today. we wish you a happy new year. >> thank you. >> a fox news alert, the suspected gunman in the illinois shooting spree is making his first court appearance. 37-year-old face has multiple murder and attempted murder charges after he said he fired at random inside a bowling alley in the chicago suburb of rockford on saturday night killing three people and injuring three others. life will rest in chicago. what can you tell us about the suspects? >> there's a lot please sir try to figure out, but they do have
their suspect in custody, an army sergeant with the special forces, according to the army he joined in 2008 and was on leave on saturday. they say he was around 25 people at the bar area when he started shooting apparently at random. six people were shocked including three men who died and a 14-year-old boy who was shot. officers who were on the scene within minutes, they confronted him he tried to hide his i.d. and to weapons but ultimately cooperated without officers having to fire any shots. >> officers heard gunfire from inside the building. immediately entered the building and apprehended the defender. we believe this is a random act. and there is no prior meeting or
any kind of relationship between the suspect. >> the shooting was largely captured on surveillance video at the bowling alley, he's facing three charges of first-degree murder and first-degree attempted murder and is expected to have his initial court appearance this afternoon. >> garrett tenney, thank you. >> a fox news alert from the national police officers who went door to door to evacuate residents are describing the moment that massive bomb exploded. >> will never forget the window shattering all around me. it looked like a prop from a movie scene. >> now we are learning details about the man believed was behind that bombing, how close they are to discovering a moti motive. also, lori loughlin is out of prison, her role in the college admission scandal.
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later, boom. >> that is one of two national officers who responded to a call for my possible bomb on christmas morning. that bomb turned out to be very real. new surveillance video showing the moments it went off inside a rv in downtown nashville in the immediate destruction it caused. federal investigators say anthony warner is the man, he died in the explosion and they believe he acted alone. praising a metro officer who evacuated nearby homes before the blahs. >> it's devastating when he walked a street down there and you see what's happening. we were very grateful. the law enforcement you just saw, incredible work, a day when they needed encouragement, they have given us encouragement. countless lives down there. ted williams joins us now,
former homicide detective and a fox news contributor. i've seen a lot of strange crimes and my time, not as many as you have. this is a weird one. what do you of it? >> you use the word "weird." it's a weird crime when at 6:30 a.m. on christmas day, a man, anthony quinn warner would drive an rv into an area, leave it parked there, play music on it and at the same time, put out a warning when law enforcement came, you only have 15 minutes to get people out. it's very weird. >> we heard police moved into the downtown area because there were is a report of gunshots that were heard. and then came the music and the
warnings. i haven't heard much else about those gunshots. is he thinking that he fired some shots or play the sound of gunshots? >> yeah, no doubt about it, he planned this to the tea. i think that you will find that he not only reported gunshots in that area, but if you notice, individuals said that it came from, it came from a vehicle, a female voice. it has come out, authorities believe he change those voices to sound like it was a female. >> it's also very strange. i spoke with a friend of mine and law enforcement who said may be the explanation is the simplest of all, he's crazy.
authorities still haven't announced the motive. they're looking into it. but how much does it matter at this point? >> it does. just before you came on i was speaking to your producer and we were going over there, if you're on the street right now, and i walked up to you and i slapped you in the face, why did i do it? in the case of this situation, the motive is significant because not only does the public want to know, but the behavior science trying to determine what is the motive? i have to tell you, if you remember the las vegas shooting from the hotel, the man who committed that crime, they were unable tnever able to find out e motive. >> i suppose on the surface it bears similarities to the
bombing of the federal building in oklahoma city. in that case, he wanted to kill people. he tried to kill people. he made deliberate efforts to do so. this time the warnings, telling people to stay away because the bomb will go off in 15 minutes and the numbers reduced. that is just strange. >> it is strange, definitely between what happens at the building there and what happened here. this man apparently did not want to kill anybody other than himself, that was the rationale i believe. once that bomb went off, there was evidence, and there still evidence, they came across this vehicle i.d. number. that is the way they were able to make a connection between
that video and anthony quinn warner. i have to tip my hat to the tennessee bureau of investigation, within a nine hour period they were able to get the dna samples, human remains, and from items they found in an automobile that was owned. they were able to show that anthony quinn warner was the individual who set this off, and the human remains were in fact of that of anthony quinn warner. >> within hours they were searching his home so they obviously had no i.d. on him quickly and presumably they got an awful lot of information with the search of the house that we haven't heard about. >> the things they're now looking at, the information, the documents, they're looking into the history of this person.
they're looking into the mental illness that we see in this country every day. and they're also looking to see, how do you make that? these are things that will continue in this investigation. >> ted williams. thank you. >> my pleasure. >> a vote to override president trump's spending bill is heading to the house floor later this afternoon. what he wants and what is at stake. plus, san francisco considering a plan to erase the founding father and other americans from schools across the country. that is next. >> i'm upset. i am mad. i need someone to get their act together. we shouldn't be having a conversation about anythingg e else. he needed his insurance to get it done right, right away.
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signed the spending bill releasing a whole new round of emergency payments preventing a federal government shutdown. for more on these and other stories donald e fox news avenue, scan the code on your screen or go to foxnews.com. >> congress is moving to override the veto on the $740 billion defense spending bill. the house is planning a vote today, they will vote tomorrow if the house passes it. joey jones is a former u.s. marine corps technician, host of the proud american podcast and a fox news contributor. thank you for being with us. the nba as it's known, defense spending bill includes a 3% raise for the troops. the president has always been an advocate of the men and women who wear a uniform in this country. what do you think?
>> it builds a lot more than a raise, it's saying it's a coronavirus relief bill, it was a bill with coronavirus relief attached. if you're going to take issue, i'm not going to take a personal if it gives people a raise, but i don't know what is happening here. president trump has specific issues with this bill, but i don't see the risk or reword. i think it's going to be hard for a congressional republican to vote for this bill, have nothing changed and then vote against it or not override the veto if you days later. >> let's take a look at some of the specifics. it includes $740 billion for various projects, 3% pay raise for the troops. it limits the president's ability to remove forces from afghanistan and it also would remain ten bases that on our
confederate generals. a lot of people say that in this day and age the military is worried about political correctness and renaming military bases, no matter who they are named for. it's not worth the attention that it's getting. is this political correctness gone awry or is it the right thing to do? >> i think it's a waste of time. it's a waste of time to put effort into renaming these bases, but once the energy is stirred up, it's a waste of ti time. if there is a public outrage and an opportunity to debate on the house floor, that's one thing. what actually happens is a bit of a compromise. rather than renaming them, you set up a board and it decides, here's why we should rename it and turn it into a process which is slow and rarely yields much anyway, but there are other
issues. what i will say about this, he told us, he promised us, if you put this on the bill i will veto it. i appreciate that. there are other things and hear such as the funding for the wa wall. basically what it says is that it needs to be reviewed and establishes a review process. obviously that disrupts his own plan to get troops out of afghanistan. >> he tweeted on saturday his displeasure with the content of this. he tweeted "$740 billion defense bill is a gift to china, russia and big tech. it fails to terminate the dangerous section 230, destroys our monuments and makes 5g almost impossible. section 230 has nothing to do with national defense.
" he's pretty hot hot about it because it allowed tech companies, twitter to escape some legal liability for what is carried. he's not happy with twitter right now obviously. he's lumping his objections to all of that and one tweet here. >> the white house put out a document detailing dozens of things that they saw a wrong, once they came together. wasn't part of that. what has happened since then or recently, the hunter biden story and the election where the president thinks cheating went on. there is a focus on section a 230 because i'm sure the president and campaign staff thanks dave had a big influence. the defense authorization act is and where they should debate this. much like the relief bill, that is where that should go.
in principle i agree with the president, section 230 needs to be reevaluated, but i don't think this is how you do it. he has raised for concerns about it. in this hour, how do you expect republicans to vote? change nothing in it and then vote for or against the veto today, tomorrow, doesn't happen like that. >> we will be watching that. johnny jones, thank you for coming on this morning. ♪ >> targeting schools, a school a schoolboard advisory committee has recommended san francisco rename dozens of schools, racing names from washington and lincoln and thomas jefferson. claudia cowan's in san francisco with all the details. >> good morning.
this is abraham lincoln high school, but not for much longer. an advisory panel gets its way because in their view the president who helped antislavery did not value black lives enough and his name needs to go. >> the 12 member panel is targeting 40 schools named after leaders whose actions in the past are deemed problematic by today's cancel culture. the committee says this and supports to the transcontinental railroad which led to the significant loss of land and natural resources as well as the loss of lifestyle and culture for many indigenous people. who was named after washington and jefferson have to go because they were colonizers and slave owners. dianne feinstein elementary is on the list even though the liberal senator was the first female mayor.
in 1984 she allowed a confederate flag to be flown outside of city hall. before she ordered it to be removed. he renaming spark backlash from president trump, "so ridiculous and unfair" he tweeted. and from the democratic mayor who says a top priority should be getting it students back into the classroom. >> i'm upset, i am mad. we shouldn't be having a conversation about anything el else. >> unclear what the replacement names would be. the school board will have the final say on what will be a costly project, $9 million by one estimate and still no timeline for when kids will be able to resume in person classes at whatever school they attend. >> don't want to put the cart before the horse. thank you for pointing that out. >> a historical discovery shedding life in ancient rome.
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>> this is a fox news alert, investigators announcing a man believed to be responsible for the nashville bombing, saying he blew himself up in that explosion and appears to have acted alone. bill lee reacted earlier to the mix this causes for small business owners. >> small business owners had a very difficult year to start with. when you see the damage, you see, i see business owners with a new struggle. vigo we are joined by joey degraw, w one of the bar owners. thank you for joining us come up before we get your business, how are you? i understand you live nearby, this will queue up, are you feeling okay?
>> i feel okay. ignoring the enormity of this, this was a big explosion and it left a massive amount of damage. with the other one, we left town for a while. >> you live about half a blocked away from where the explosion took place. is that right? >> the bar we own, it's half a block or so. we live two blocks. >> you live two blocks away and you still heard it. >> yeah. i thought it was an earthquake. it was beyond hearing it. it should my whole bed. >> that gives us a sense of the scope and the scale of the explosion. how was your business doing? have you reopened?
>> we are closed. we are not allowed to open right now. we are going to have to do some structural testing for the buildings in the vicinity before were given the green light to open. >> do you have any sense, like ones your best guess for one you can reopen? >> if i had to guess, i would say after new year's. it's hard to say. >> we obviously hope for that. talk to us about the bottom line here. covid lockdowns coupled with protests over the summer, coupled with this explosion. it seems like one stroke of bad luck after the next. how are you planning or survival? >> we are relieved to see they ppp signed yesterday.
if it wasn't for that we honestly would have a difficult time surviving. like a lot of businesses. forcefully shut down by the government for corona staff, who knows what the, what the reality is with how contagious it really is. i've heard a lot of different things. i can certainly say that with what i know, not a lot of, there hasn't been a lot for bars and restaurants and they been hit the hardest. it doesn't add up. >> have you been able to lay sites on your bar since christmas morning? you know know if there is damage? do you not know yet? >> they wouldn't let me down there. initially they called me up and i said they could use it as a headquarters. i opened it up. and then a different cop would
let me down there to let them in. there was a split. and then at that point some of the police officers and friends with sent me photographs. it looks like from the outside like it's okay. it looks like the glass isn't broken. there were buildings shielding where the explosion came from. >> may be you got lucky there come a quick last question. this is about the investigation. nashville mayor said in a couple of interviews that there is a strong sense among the locals there that this bombing was targeting that at&t building where the explosion took place. have you heard anything about that? what is the sense you are getting? >> that is what people are saying. it makes sense, but it's so hard to speculate. i could go down the rabbit hole
of spirit as he theories all day long and it's hard to believe anything that you are told these days with the mainstream media. you know, i don't know if you want me to put my tin foil hat right now. >> i guess i was wondering if you heard anything from your friends and family, employees in the neighborhood, trying to verify what the mayor was saying. we wish you the best, we hope you're able to open up before the new year, thank you for taking time to talk to us. we appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. >> happy new year. >> lori loughlin is free from prison after serving two months for her role in the college admission scam, but there is more the full how star has to do before she's paid her debt to society. up next with that. plus, the company godaddy shamed after promising employees a
>> website godaddy is apologizing after a company-wide email about a christmas bonus turned out to be a computer security test. around 500 employees clicked on an email that offered a $650 bonus and then asked them to fill out a form with their personal details. those people got a return email telling them they failed a phishing test. the company said it realized the test was insensitive.
i would say so. >> scout versus scout and an escalating legal battle of recruitment. lawyers for the girl scouts accusing a group that used to be the boy scouts of highly damaging tactics to sign up new members after opening up its services to girls. let's bring in carley shimkus on sirius xm. the girl scouts are suing because of all this? >> that is right. this is strange for obvious reasons. you think about the boy scouts of the girl scouts, think about kindness and working together, these two organizations aren't all-out war and it started a few years ago when the boy scouts made that announcement that they would accept girls into their organization. at the time they said they were doing it the spirit of inclusion, they wanted to give girls the opportunity to become an eagle scout and they said they're trying to help parents out so that, both sons and
daughters can drop their sons and daughters off at one meeting. they fired back and said, no. this is about trying to up your membership and take our memberships away from us. this legal dispute has been going on for some time now. it only got more heated on christmas eve. they filed more paperwork accusing the boy scouts of trying to coach their members, saying some parents have accidentally signed up and they are daughters into the boy scouts when they wanted to be in the girl scouts. >> here is a part of that. as a result of boy scouts infringement, parents have enrolled their daughters in boy scouts thinking it was girl scouts. it's my understanding the boy scouts have removed "away" from their name, there just called scouting now. it seems there are parents who want their girls to be doing what boy scouts traditionally
have done. that is what, that is the answer that the boy scouts gave. they write, to imply confusion is a prevailing reason for their choice is not only inaccurate with no legal instances of this offer to date, but it's dismissive of the decisions of more than a hundred 20,000 girls and young women, since the programs became available. >> that is right. that was a hundred 20,000 number, that is key there. 120,000 girls have joined the boy scouts and it's all about girl scouts saying, before you decided to accept girls, they would have been in our organization. >> very quickly, lori loughlin is out of the slammer, but she's not out of her obligations from the admissions. >> she was released from prison. there was talk that she may be
released before christmas, but like you said, her sentence not totally over because she was sentenced to $150,000 fine, 100 hours of community service, to a year's worth of supervised release. she started october 30th and her husband is expected to get out, he was sentenced to five months in april. this has been a long road for the family. they shouldn't have paid $500,000 to get their daughters into college, but she became the face of this scandal and she was hit with a a lot of criticism, smiling entering the court, pleading not guilty. only time will tell if she will do interviews and get an acting job, but i think if she does sign onto any movies, it's smart for someone to hire her because it would certainly get a lot of publicity. because thank you. speak no more than half a million americans are vaccinated
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bryan llenas is in new york city with the latest. what can you tell us? >> good morning. the assistant secretary of health and human services says it's too early to tell whether or not we will get a spike in case it is because of holiday travel in the past weekend. it will honestly depend on how many people traveled, where they traveled, but we are getting a look at the vaccination effort. the latest data shows that 1.19 million people have received their first shot. 9.5 million doses have been distributed nationwide. >> even with just the vaccines we have right now, we accept any american who wants the vaccine can be vaccinated by june. that is exciting. a couple hundred million people being able to be vaccinated by that time. >> right now the cdc is recommending that health care workers and staff at the
health care facilities receive the first vaccination. next 75 or older, front-line workers like first responders, transit workers, postal workers, grocery store workers and teachers, followed by those age 65 or older and all other essential workers, construction, et cetera. they will include anyone with high-risk medical conditions regardless of age. bottom line, it's up to the states with who will get that vaccine first. >> bryan llenas, thank you. >> fox news alert from nashville on the investigation into the christmas day bombing. releasing new video of the blast just after identifying the data bomber, but his motive remains a mystery. welcome back, i'm jon scott. >> i'm gillian turner. the massive explosion christmas
morning has killed one person, and now they found human remains to anthony quinn warner, officially a suspect. investigators say the 63-year-old i.t. specialist acted a loan. we are learning that moments before the announcement warned a bomb was going to detonate. the blast was massive and cause damage to downtown. here is the tennessee on our show earlier. >> the damage is enormous. indescribable blast. it has destroyed a business is all up and down that downtown block. we worked really hard to keep businesses open and to keep them able to operate and now there is a whole group of them who will not be able to operate. we have requested emergency declaration, i spoke with the president myself. it appears that will be coming shortly.
>> david' david is live at the department, where does the investigation go from here? >> it's all about the motive, why did he do this. that is part of the investigation, it is far from over. just a few hours after this explosion on christmas day, authorities had 500 tips to work with, that's incredible. they eventually lead them to the suburban home of the man they say is the bomber. anthony quinn warner. law enforcement source told me yesterday he considered to be a lone wolf on this crime, they observed to be footage, tossed two witnesses and they see no one else. they searched his home and neighbors noted a missing rv when the fbi arrived. according to images, it was parked in front of his home going back several years.
i saw an image of the rv sitting behind the home in the driveway. ed exploded christmas morning after a female voice reported people to evacuate. police say the hit song "downtown" blasted through a speaker. >> we are looking at any and all possible motives. we ask the public if they know him, know his ideology, anything that might have motivated him. >> there is no indication that anyone was involved in this crime. as said earlier and several times before, nashville is considered safe. there are no known threats against the city. >> yesterday's authorities arrested a man named james after his truck played a similar message to his rv on the
highway. the airway was evacuated, they found no explosives. they do not believe he has any connection. he's in jail facing felony charges. even though authorities have their man, they believe they have wrapped up that investigation. the motive remains unknown, there still actively seeking tips, you can call the line 1-800--fbi. >> thank you. >> six nashville police officers hailed as heroes for their quick work clearing the downtown area just seconds before the bomb went off. james wells is one of them and here's how another officer describes what has happened. >> it's really weird, but i changed my direction. i was ten steps away, 15. we were walking towards each
other. i saw the biggest flames i've ever seen, the biggest explosion, i mean, i just saw orange and i saw him stumble and i felt the heat, the wave. >> joining us now, retired nypd detective and president of consultants. this is the kind of thing that nobody would have seen coming on christmas morning what do you make of the bomber come his and motives? >> i agree 1000%. this was a christmas miracle in nashville. the officers, i salute them or they do it every day. an astonishing display of valor and courage. getting to motive, unknown. a series of known facts, historically unprecedented. what you have here for a bomb
maker is the intent to maximize property destruction and almost unheard of, to my knowledge, minimize the loss of lives. extremely unusual. you can be certain that an army of highly skilled investigators, completely ripping it to shreds and reconstructing it inch by inch and piece by piece to understand the most elusive of all, and we don't have a known coconspirator, what the motivation was. extremely critical. >> he was on our program and he says motive is still something there trying to determine. >> you know, they're still searching for that motive. we have been fortunate, we believe there is no one else involved. we have determined that so far. nashville is a safe city and has a history of being such. to have this thing happen is
very unusual. in a city like new york that set off a lot of alarm bells, ucd piece in "the new york post" that says this. "the nypd has been on an alert for weeks for possible attacks similar to friday's explosion." the post has learned an internal memo issued earlier this month learned that law enforcement was the priority targets for terror attacks involving homemade bombs and vehicle arson. that's pretty chilling stuff. >> it's frightening. it's frightening. i happen to be quite familiar with it. many colleagues, locations at the nypd, new york has never really left the crosshairs as it relates to getting the biggest bang for the buck from explosive devices.
we have had a recent anniversaries on the west side highway, two months ago. it's unbelievable how they stay fascinated and fixated, time and time again after new york city. it's a horror show and i'm new york's finest does an extraordinary job, minute-by-minute by keeping us protected and we have highly skilled at gaining the intel to subvert prior to execution. for that, a huge salute to new york's finest. >> it's a reminder that we can all fight crime in our own way and try to prevent these things if we see something weird happening like, in this case, the bomber had to have purchased a huge amount of chemicals and bomb making materials and we are probably going to find out that someone thought that was odd but didn't say anything. >> yeah, sad but true. no more powerful and compelling
came out of the ashes of 9/11, you see something, say something. it's the ultimate partnership because the resources of law enforcement, they are truly finite. we need to enlist the eyes and the ears collectively of all americans to alert us to alter behavior, unusual acquisitions, what we call suspicious behavior because that is how the case begins. that is how it moves forward and we get these guys to report. that is the key. >> good reminders. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> back here on capitol hill the house is expected to vote on increasing payments to americans from 600 over to 2,000. president trump recommended the higher payments, he signed that bill into law last night after the criticism from
president-elect biden or jacqui heinrich live in delaware with the biden transition team. are we going to see an increase in the direct payment? >> the president, president trump does think it might happen. we will get help from democrats. they moved to increase the size of stimulus checks, but it was unanimously shut down. last night he expressed uncertainty it might pass this time around. it's so unfairly benefits big tech, it will be reviewed and either be terminated or reformed. that is by the house and senate is focusing on the voter fraud which took place november 3rd. house republicans don't sound entirely on board quite yet. >> someone has to show me how were going to pay for it.
how far before we go into a debilitating bankruptcy which will do great damage to our country and more damage then covid-19 ever could have done? i don't think people understand what happens when a bank goes bankrupt, it's not pretty. it's dangerous. >> they are poised to push it through, chuck schumer tweeting "the house will pass a bill to give americans check, no democrats will object, will senate republicans?" wanting to override the veto, which he separately emailed last week. it follows a week of frustrations where republicans and democrats blindsided by the refusal to sign the stimulus and spending bill complained the president hasn't raised the objections in the months of negotiations. joe biden chimed in calling this refusal to sign the bill and
abdication of responsibility with devastating consequences. president trump sign that bill he said he is blaming china for the suffering americans are going through. >> jacqui heinrich from wilmington. thank you. president-elect biden is feeling the heat from the far left over the cabinet picks, this includes bernie sanders. he says he feels the front runner for attorney general's and progressive enough. >> i believe the progressive movement deserves in the cabinet that have not yet happened. >> would he be progressive enough? >> i don't know him very well. i think we can probably have a stronger progressive. >> let's bring in james freeman, washington journal editorial, thank you for joining us. i want to ask you about what
sanders said, progressive's deserve cabinet. look at the numbers in congress today, i think you can count on two hands the number of elected progressives that are serving. we have the squad, elizabeth warren and bernie sanders. not a whole lot of others. i think it's a hard argument to make that they should serve in a cabinet post, right? >> you're right, not many people ever get elected anywhere. this year's elections prove that. you look at various places where socialism was on the ballot. a hundred percent correct, but some people are never happy and i think bernie sanders goes in that category. you look at the cabinet and the agenda. this is a big move towards much larger government in terms of more subsidies from the
education system, government health care plan, big spending on climate initiatives. we look at the cabinet, the rest of the economic team, people with a history of government activism, not a lot a private sector experience. this is a cabinet and that he would be pretty happy with. >> let's take a look at what victor davis hanson wrote. he says, "left wing dams may turn after he becomes president, when he prefer harris." he also says, "we drafted him to put a familiar radical agenda for primary voters." destructive rumors about the faculties or his families will more likely come from his own party. to think that's true? do you think the threat to a
biden policy agenda comes from his own party rather than from his opponents in the house and senate? >> i certainly think it's possible, the media industry, or industry, which didn't really want to explore too much, the hunter biden influence, now is more comfortable. they feel like the threat is off the table. he could see more aggressive efforts, getting back to journalism, that could be a problem. what i really think the left is going to be happy with, bernie sanders mentioned he doesn't know mayor garland. the record except for a few issues is basically down the line liberal. i think it is very possible that the media kind of starts being journalists again with the biden administration, i think it's
possible the left is happy with the results. obviously this is a good week for baker government with his $900 billion plan and acted joe biden is promising there is going to be more to come. he seems to think there's crisis that will meet him upon his inauguration. in the economy is going to be in pretty good shape. >> one of his top priority crises that he says he will confront his pennsylvania avenue. take a listen to this, from the editorial board. they say investors are piling into battery start ups, betting on subsidies and emissions rul rules, four-speed electric vehicles. they still failed because of technical problems and scarce demand. what do you think has changed in president-elect biden? how will he make this work? >> it's tough to say.
i know people focus on his $4 trillion tax increase plan, but the move to electric cars depending on how aggressive he is could be the most expensive part of this program economically. i think when you see tesla stock skyrocketing, people may be confused about how big the electric car market is today. it's 2%. it's like climate change. u.s. consumers if they are concerned and they say yes. if you ask them how much they're willing to pay to address it, it's not that much. people say they are interested electric cars, but it's a tiny part of the market. if you're trying to burst big numbers of americans to go electric, you're putting limits on fossil fuel admissions and trying to move to renewables on your electric power generation. this is a potentially very
expensive transmission. i would hope there somebody on the economic team who is saying, let's reconsider the cost and benefits here. >> the questions consumers have to face, are you willing to pay more and where is that money going to come from? thank you for joining us. we appreciate it as always. >> a battle on capitol hill, at odds against direct payments. president trump on the side of house democrats. a member of the economic recovery task force ways and next. plus, the president has georgia on his mind, where the power will be decided next week. the role he will play in the build up to those crucial runoff elections. that's coming up. nobody understands the meaning of home like a veteran.
night. still pressing congress to increase direct payments or americans to $2,000. he will have a hard time convincing senate republicans to back that move. for more on the houseboat, let's bring in senior economic contributor and a member of president trump's economic recovery task force. the president thinks very strongly that the $600 checks are supposed to be handed out under the coronavirus relief bill is written. those checks are not big enough. he wants $2,000 per deserving american. what you think about that? >> i'm against that, i really disagree. i think he deserves credit for exposing the massive amount of spending in this coronavirus relief bill, which is really quite reprehensible to so many americans that congress would
use that opportunity to spend money on that, bailing out the smithsonian institute and subway systems. it would be a wonderful thing if we could rescue this economy has simply writing the checks, but that's not a very good solution. we need to get the economy open. there is no bigger advocate than donald trump. the real problem right now and the people who've lost their jobs are primarily in blue states like illinois and california, very foolishly lock down their businesses and put americans on unemployment. >> the president we did about it, his desire for $2,000 payment. "2,002,000 plus other family members, it was china's faults. democrats seem all too willing to embrace the president's call
for a $2,000 check. nancy pelosi seems to like it. the house will vote on that today. chuck schumer indicated that they will vote for it. i wonder if there is a trap here because if it gets voted down by the republican majority, what does that do? does it give them a talking point in the upcoming election. can they say, look, you would've gone more than triple if it weren't for those republicans. >> everyone loves free money. you want to give me free money, i'm happy to take it. of course that's not the way to get an economy functioning. it'd be wonderful if all we had to do is build helicopters with hundred dollar bills and drop them over cities, that isn't a very smart economic policy. i think donald trump, he wants
to help the people, we all want to help the people. what republicans have to be saying now going forward is the best way to help people get back to jobs and to stimulate the economy, let's get this vaccine out. the ultimate stimulus here is the vaccine which will get our economy back to normal by hopefully february or march. joe biden is inheriting a strong economy, it will be a rocket ship if he doesn't screw it up. the other thing to note, it makes no sense to be shutting down restaurants and stores at a time when they need those jobs. 15 million americans, 50 million americans employed by restaurants and bars and a lot of them have lost their jobs because of lockdowns. >> it's a crazy job. thank you. >> thank you. >> lori loughlin is no longer behind bars, but the actress is
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the code on your screen, or go to foxnews.com. >> this is going to tie us together forever, and so, the love is even bigger now, and christmas will never be the same for any of us. >> as we just heard from one of the officers, the investigation in nashville turns to an award, the suspect and his motives. leading us to break it all down, former cia, as well as a fox news contributor. thank you for taking time. great to see you. law enforcement, they've got the guy, the subject and now there lays a ring in, they have floated the idea that he has, and reporting has floated the idea that he harbors some grievances, he follows the same
conspiracies such as the idea, it cause the coronavirus to spread around the world, also the bomb went off in front of an at&t building. it looks likely that's the motive, to have any other thoughts? >> we know the time and the location of the attack which looked like it was designed to cause physical damage to the at&t building. and at times where it would be very unlikely that there would be mass casualties. the subject could be an outlier, but typically with suicide bombings, these are extraordinarily rare, much more common overseas. typically the bomber has the sense of revenge, obviously some humiliation and then perceived greater cause for which the suicide bombers willing, sacrificing his own life. >> that's where the political
ideology comes into play. as you well know, in order to meet the threshold definition of a terror attack a company has to be motivated by political ideas. that is the missing link here. we know from a law enforcement that they believe he acted alone, he wasn't linked to any broader group or organization. there are any attacks scheduled. talk to us about how this looks to you, whether it looks like it fits this big definition, domestic terror attack or not. there is factors that can play either way here. >> yeah, the fbi considers this terrorism during the investigation. whether it turns out to be domestic or not, highly unlikely there is an international component, although i'm sure as
they look at the digital footprint, financial history, they will be looking at his travel history to see if he might have been radicalized potentially through some visit overseas. there is no evidence of that, but the other evidence is the fact that he didn't have a network and he was able to obtain explosives, that didn't cause any tripwires. fbi and local state law enforcement maintained contacts with the industries, to produce these explosive precursors and apparently no tripwires were reached and that is typically where an individual might get some help. again, a lot of information that has to be obtained before we come to conclusions. >> the attack went off without a hitch and it was successful. so often we see plots like this that don't make it across the
finish line. i want to take a quick listen to this official and will get your reaction. >> i think this is a wake-up call and a warning for all of us with how vulnerable the infrastructure is, with how relatively easy it is for someone to do this, and the copycat, trying to do this themselves is very real. we should be concerned about it. >> over and over we hear from intelligence officials about the threat of infrastructure, attacks on the electric grid or attacks against communication and front structure. talk to us, is this where everybody is now focused? >> certainly there is been focused as a result on the infrastructure, but make no mistake there are terrorists out there overseas and those who would seek to do it domestically
who are looking at this incident and seeing opportunities in other states and locations, soft targets, typically the infrastructure is a soft target where you look at the damage with cell phone service, 911 service extraordinarily disruptive. >> dan hoffman, thank you for sharing the insight, we appreciated and we wish you a happy new year. >> seem to you. >> we were sitting in the car, about to get on the highway and we heard a gunshot. i said, that sounded close to home. >> a christmas shopping trip turns deadly. this 7-year-old died after reportedly being shot while in a car with her mother and aunt in atlanta. investigators say several men were involved with an argument nearby, authorities are looking at surveillance video to see if that is where the shots came
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u.s. companies under a biden administration, workers have a choice to join a union, benefiting from federal contracts and building american and front structure. including trillion dollar plan to bring that plan. only 10% of the workforce as part of a union. his campaign credits the billions of dollars he says company spend on consultants for a steady decline in union membership, but unions have been busy spending their own million libeling dominic lobbying elections, he wants to help them do that by making the following changes, and sure contracts go to employers who don't impose unions, right to work laws and 27 states, allow them to unionize and change antitrust laws to allow independent contractors to unionize, but these changes could sign line workers across the country. 28 states have the right to work laws and his website says those
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♪ >> coronavirus vaccinations are well underway and big cities, but what about rural areas where americans are getting hit hard and it may yet be weeks before the first dose arrives. in rockford, illinois, cracking the story. >> good morning to you. it's going to be a while. this is a long-term care facility in rockford which is about 90 miles northwest of chicago. these rural communities are the
ones that are going to be the last to get it and i tell you, in some ways they needed the most because that is where the big spikes are happening right now. i have the minister here, they tell you you will get this virus vaccination for how long? >> february, 4-6 weeks. >> does that surprise you. we had people get any shot, pictures of them. >> yes, we definitely didn't think we would be in a situation where we still don't have a date. >> take a look at these numbers, and terms of death, these long-term care facilities have over 100,000, 40% of the deaths and places like this, fortunately you haven't had any. your residents are eager to get that vaccine. >> absolutely. there are definitely looking forward to it and disappointed that we don't have a date yet. >> yeah, no information.
there's obviously issues with getting the vaccines, keeping it cold, but beyond that folks would like to make sure nobody forgets them. >> and we would like to make sure they are not forgotten as well. thank you for tracking this week. appreciate it. >> dr. anthony fauci is dismissing accusations that he moved the goalpost with when the country could reach herd immunity. tsang 85% of the population will need to be vaccinated, now he says that was a guesstimate. >> when you get below 90% of the population vaccinated with measles, you start seeing the breakthrough against the herd immunity. i would imagine that you would need something less than the 90%. that is when i got to the 85. i think we have to be honest, nobody knows for sure.
>> a family and emergency medical position and a fox news contributor. we have the term "herd immunity" like everyone knows what it is, but it means you get so many people who have had the virus and are immune or they had the vaccination, but they can't pass it around. is that a pretty good summation? >> yes, that's right. you need about 83-94% of the population either vaccinated or have acquired in the inspection by going out into the community. you know, it's not an exact science. that is why we call a practice. we learn as we grow, we make changes, we adjust. i don't think we should be focused on that number, it's great to know and have that goal and aim for a high percentage of the vaccination, but we want to focus on getting everyone vaccinated, make sure everyone has access so that we can no
longer have to worry about hospitals being overburdened and overrun and not have to worry about social distancing and mask use in the future. >> according to the cdc we have data with how many doses have been administered as of a couple of mornings ago, according to the cdc, about 2,000,009.5 million have been distributed. it surprises me frankly that there haven't been more shots actually given if they are in hospitals and doctors offices. do you have thoughts on that? >> it takes time. it's a huge logistical challenge and you have to have the resources, the staff, these syringes alcohol swabs. in a hospital, you do it week by week, people sign up, doctors and nurses. they sign up. once they got their first round then they have to wait 21 days or 28 days to get the second
dose. it takes time. it can't all be done at once, but we are working hard to ramp up administrations because you are right, the vaccine isn't any good if we can't get it to the arms of all the americans out here. >> we know you've been working hard on treating patience with this virus and we wish you well. let's get to that herd immunity soon. thank you. >> that's right. happy holidays. >> most people use a shovel to get rid of unwanted snow, one guy and kentucky had another idea you may not believe what he decided to try. that is next. ♪
>> gillian: well, no shovel or snowblower needed for this guy. had a burning desire to get the job done fast, so he used a flamethrower. to melt snow on his driveway. the kentucky men were just his bathrobe, slippers, and a hat, and he chugged a beer before handling that fire blaster. his wife sounded kind of proud. >> that's how he clears driveways. >> gillian: that video is now going rather viral on social media. >> jon: snowblowers maybe? [laughs] >> gillian: maybe we should offer that piece of advice and a
facebook comment. might help him out a little. >> jon: i don't want to be around when he lights his birthday candles. >> gillian: [laughs] good point. >> jon: great working with you today. >> gillian: likewise. great to be with you and with everyone at home. >> jon: thank you for joining us. "outnumbered" starts now. >> kennedy: fox news alert, federal investigators searching for a motive in the nashville bombing as we are getting new video of the christmas day explosion. authorities say 63-year-old anthony quinn warner who died in the blast parked his rv in downtown nashville and around six, gave him a message started blaring from the vehicle warning that a bomb would soon detonate, and then there was the blast. >> if you can hear this message, evacuate now. >> kennedy: god, that's scary. this was the scene on the ground in the immediate
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