normalization. thank you very much. of course, remember join us tomorrow for "your world" and i will be on "fox business" 2:00 p.m. in the market got slammed today. big concerns about taxes. i will cover it tomorrow but "the five" starts now. ♪ ♪ >> juan: hello, everyone i'm here with juan williams, jesse watters, greg gutfeld, dana perino, and this is "the five." is it a crisis or just a challenge at the border? the white house going off message today about the situation before they had to walk it back. take a look. >> that they would be partners in dealing with the crisis at the border? >> you said crisis at the border -- >> challenges at the border.
>> but the directive has not changed with the administration? >> nope. >> juan: that happening after president biden got called out by his own voter official. they claim he is denying reality what is happening. the same officials warning they were being overwhelmed and don't have the resources to handle thousands of children coming into the country. the biden administration also under fire for not letting the media into migrant facilities. agents reportedly feel like "they are under a gag order. the white house being called out for lack of transparency. >> you all came in and to be truthful and transparent administration. and you will oversee the department of homeland security. so if you all wanted to grant access to the press couldn't you just tell them to do it? >> again, we fully support transparency and call homeland security for any press access or what you are looking to
accomplish. the white house, we all need administration support in finding a way to grant access to the media to the hhs. no, the facilities are the shelters where these children are staying for a temporary period of time. >> juan: let me begin with you, she is the word crisis as you saw there. it is a big deal by critics of the biden administration border policy but my question to you, does it change anything in terms of the reality of what we are dealing with at the border? >> the reality that i'm most concerned with is reality of the children. i don't care what you call it, detention centers. i don't care if you call them cages, i don't care if you call it a crisis come i don't care if you call it a challenge but at least care about the kids, seem like you are caring about the kids instead of just hearing about words. and as far as access, there are
two things that will sink any administration aside from the pandemic that is a big immigration crisis and tax policy failure. m biden could be on fast fast track to both. so let's talk about, these pictures are awful. the reality for these children is awful but you are not saying that because they are not granting access. and cdp and hhs are saying they are not allowed to take journalist on ride-a lungs and critical for how local and federal works and also for telling the story of these children who are writing by themselves with no end in sight. >> juan: jesse, this kind of surge of under age immigrants happens under republicans as well as democrats. i wonder if we can agree both republicans and democrats see more advantage in blaming
president trump or blaming president biden then they are at solving the problem? >> jesse: this is shaping up to be a record surge of unaccompanied minors. and everybody cares about that if you are a republican or a democrat. but the crisis spot that the immigrants aren't they built that box. the last several years they slept the crisis label and everything to justify extreme and immediate reaction. remember the climate crisis, we had to spend $100 trillion or we will die. a constitutional crisis. we have to impeach trump immediately. a covid crisis, we have to spend $350 billion to bail out the blue states. they have done that to themselves. remember rahm emanuel said never let a crisis go to waste. finally, they found a crisis they don't mind wasting time confronting because they don't want to appear they have the tools to address did it. joe biden can come out right now and reinstitute the remaining in mexico policy.
he can strong-arm the mexico government to force the mexican military to stop the caravans. he could expel the 16 and 17-year-old unaccompanied minors who are coming here. he could stop the catch and release and finish the border wall so you don't leave a mile of open space to come into. all of those things he can do, juan, to your point he can demand to not do comprehensive immigration forum but single out the asylum fix. he can fast-track that and that would stop the entire surge. but is not doing that. that would mean he would have to take action in he's too afraid of his radical, open borders left-wing base to do anything that might be similar to what donald trump did, even though that was actually effective in letting those people remain in mexico or central america and apply for asylum in their home countries like everybody else has done. now, he's playing this rhetorical game with the press
to buy time so we doesn't have to take action. it is not what adults do. adults solve problems. they don't mess around and play word games. i'm surprised the president is wet, nearly 80? act like an adult and solve the problem. >> juan: all right, dana, today president biden tweeted out "the two house bills that will get voted on to take vote deal with immigration, one of the dreamers, one on foreign workers in both popular with the american people" and biden asked congress to come together and here i'm quoting "to find long-term immigration for the system." do you think there is any hope, dana, that they will get something done? >> dana: this is a classic way the democrats will do this. they will wait until a crisis, don't know how to solve it and why aren't the republicans coming up with solutions? they had solutions and you decided to go a different direction. lindsey graham from a senator
from south carolina, said -- i don't want to put words in his mouth, but there were ideas on immigration reform that you would be willing to support but he said border security issue is one that you deal with and they will demand that it is dealt with first. and the white house press secretary, she doesn't need my help, but this is what i think there there is a name on twitter referring to the white house chief of staff as prime minister. yesterday, he held a meeting with the congressional progressive caucus, basically promising the sun, the moon, and the stars. when they do infrastructure, you bet, we will throw all of these things on their fear that meanwhile, the press secretary taking on endless water, unable to figure out this rhetorical situation that they put themselves in into me, they should rip the band-aid off. it is a crisis, move on or they will not be able to deal with the fact that they have a fact problem causing a communications problem but the communications
problem initially from the campaign has caused their fact problem. the sooner they will be able to deal with something else. the white house chief of staff and prime minister, the communications director, where a susan rice? where is anybody to help her remind the president of the united states? she is taking on water. just call it a crisis and it will be over in 24 hours. and you can move on to try to deal with actual substance and not just the crisis challenge story. >> juan: greg come in fact, picking up on what pain is talking about, you have 20 centrist senators bipartisan coming together saying "we are looking for solutions in terms of immigration come in terms of infrastructure and beyond health care." i don't see schumer, the democratic leader in the senate come i don't see mcconnell, the republican leader getting behind these people. why not? >> greg: great question. right now i just feel bad for jen psaki. after that press conference.
i heard her brother called afterwards and said don't cry, sis. anyway, you guys are missing, in my view, there is a really, really, really big story going on regarding immigration. but it is going on outside of this show. right now, if you try on any other channel, viewers are being sold the idea that america is the land of white supremacy. yet, right now we are seeing thousands, tens of thousands and it will be millions of nonwhite people risking life and limb to come to america. why would they do that? if they believe what they saw on cnn that we are a nation of free citizens come away are they coming? because they know it is not true. they are actually voting with their feet, which is destroying the big lie about what this country is, the big light that speaks souls to american by cnn and other media outlets.
the america that is the land of opportunity and not the land of white racism. that is tearing a massive hole in the white power narrative that is being played 24/7. the bottom line about immigration, a country has to be able to dictate its borders. that is obvious. other countries can't dictate your border by having large numbers of people go to it. yet, we have to control it and they have to control they are a spirit i want people to come here that want to be here with me. that makes me feel good. that makes me feel good because they were validating our country. they are validating error values and they crushed the fallacy oft this country is forever stained with white supremacy because there are people that we are seeing right now on the border who blast that i did it all to. that should make everybody happy. and that is why other networks are not covering this story, because it destroys all the
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attention to president biden has been saying for months. spotted on a flight without his mask on an american airlines investigating the incident but he is pushing back writing just like 2004, feels like saint patrick's day malarkey come a foot on twitter. if i drop my mask on a flight commit was momentary. i wear my mask because it saves lives and stops the spread. it is what the science tells us to do. but gavin newsom taking heat saying he is a physical parent despite the fact his kids told him reported back to private school months ago. >> i've got a strong advocate to get our kids safe back in person. i have four young kids myself. i've been living through zoom school and all the challenges related. i put out a proposal to the school. >> dana: he has been living through zoom school? his kids have been in school since november. stolen valor, that is exactly but that is. his kids are in private school.
they know the joy of in-person instruction having a teacher discipline them and a teacher make eye contact with them here that is something my children have not enjoyed since last march. it is an incredible thing. you know, it is like i think it is great the governor's kids are in private school. many, many more parent should have school opportunities. that is great he is able to engage school choice but for parents who can't work, that is why that governor is being recalled. in terms of john kerry come it is a different kind of private. i think john kerry did this on purpose so he would get caught so he gets put on a no-fly list so he can only fly his private jet. he might have been thinking ahead. greg, you remember ted cruz was on the delta flight and had a cup of coffee and had his mask down. there was an uproar and they were going to kick him off delta for the rest of the flight? a little different this time. >> greg: that's why i'm not a fan of mask shaming.
he could have lowered it in a second and somebody gets a picture. about the problem is he such a self righteous jack that he would -- if he saw me not wearing a mask briefly, he would say "you are not sitting a good example, greg." when he talks he sounds like a tree. but there is a reason to be critical of democrats over masks because using masks as proof of science and the republicans win and rat reality democrats doing far worse in the country with their own science to nihilism. they made that you just mistaken the pandemic by exaggerating the disease on the young pretending it was a larger share of deaths than it was. of course americans under 18 make up .04% of deaths. according to the survey in "the new york times" 41% of democrats believe there is one in two chance you can get hospitalized from covid to. it is actually 1%.
why is that a grievous mistake and worse than anything trump might have been because didn't want to wear a mask during a speech? if the lockdown of the school closures currently destroying a generation. to me, the media and the democrats focus on the nature of the mask and trump but meanwhile fueling both narratives that are diverting resources to the wrono nursing homes and risk of suicide and overdose in those effects will last. >> dana: josie, i don't know, i can't get that vigil out of my head about the tree. [laughter] that was a good one. that was a good one. >> jesse: that was a good one. and i miss seeing people's faces, even john kerry so i'm with greg, he's probably vaccinated. i'm not going to mask shame, that is their game and they can have that. i think kennedy is right, draw
affect that he's flying coach. you know, i don't even know how much masks have to do with flattening the curve. and a mask investigation. so pay attention to that. and when aphid in texas dropped, the cases went down. and they continue to go down. you know what is kicking covid's you know what now. in january we were averaging a quarter million of cases a day. today $50,000. and in january 4000 deaths a day but now we are averaging just a thousand. and i don't think it is because everyone is wearing masks since we have been since september. i think it is herd immunity, vaccinations and seasonality. that is all it has to do with, not masks appearance before we can look forward to that on saturday night. juan whatever do you want to talk about zoom zoom or claimant climate czar? >> juan: i don't understand
why this is a big deal. >> dana: do you not remember what they did to ted cruz? >> juan: no. i just think that anybody, anybody would say if you want to scratch your nose come if you want to have a drink, if you need to take a deep breath, drop your mask for a second but my guess this is a big deal because people remember that trump didn't encourage people to wear a mask and he didn't wear a mask himself. and i think this is very much petty politics. a little bit of biden mp. biden announced today his administration is 100 million vaccinations. that is why you see the death rate and infection rate going down. that is way ahead of schedule. he said he would get there in 100 days. he has got there in 59 days. right now, you have school's opening, wall street hitting record highs, covert relief package that has like 70% support from the american people.
and by the way, hats off to trump but i just wish everybody else wasn't playing politics. trump said that he would recommend that people get vaccinated. he and his wife have been vaccinated. but still you get half of republican men saying, i'm not going to do it, not me. i think it is petty politics. >> greg: more than half. >> dana: coming up, majored developments in the cuomo scandal with complaints about the policies that were ignored. ♪ ♪ those who du more with less asthma. thanks to dupixent. the add-on treatment for specific types of moderate-to-severe asthma. dupixent isn't for sudden breathing problems. it can improve lung function for better breathing
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cover up you are at a whistle-blower speaking out about the governors deadly nursing home scandal that killed 15,000 people. the nursing home administrator says he and other executives and other facilities were petrified by cuomo's decision and that complains about the policies were dismissed. take a look at this exclusive interview with aisha hosni. mccoy said that is ridiculous, we can't be doing this. it is just not right to the residence. >> and you vocalized that on these phone conversations. >> i did vocalize it, and then once it was shot down, i never spoke again. we were told, please don't send us your sick patients. there were multiple hospitals that were threatening. >> threatened in what way? >> i never saw the exact emails, but they were threatened that they would be reported. for noncompliance.
>> jesse: dana, did he silenced the whistle-blower? i was told that was a big no-no last year. >> dana: an incredible interview by aishah hasnie and she's a person that can get to the heart of the matter here. and for him to be willing to come out and talk about it, but struck by what you said, jesse, is there something here nefarious? could be and that could be part of the investigation, which now there are many on multiple issues including sexual harassment allegations. but i also think about him, and i know he cared about the residence. and when you are an administrator at homecoming you are taking care of. and they have a lot of heart. i can understand why so upset. a very curious, i think and probably will find out more -- more why he couldn't speak out more. >> jesse: grade, we remember his book deal is hanging in the
balance. bacon fans coming through at this time and people wondering if that had anything to do with this decision to cover it up. >> greg: there is a few interesting things, and i mentioned this a while ago, why is the harassment store the one that the democrats in embrace where the instinct is to protect their kind? it didn't feel right but what if you have the sexual harassment case, there was one culprit but with the nursing home, there's a whole bunch, right? so the sexual harassment scandal is real, but it's also serving perhaps a deflection from a scandal that could bring down more than one democrat or one governor. the sexual harassment scandal is a scandal of one. the nursing home is a scandal of many. of course, i believe back in may when cuomo gave the nursing home's immunity against lawsuits, and then got a huge donation from the nursing home industry. what if he had not done that? and maybe he could have been a
hero and gone after them but too late. >> jesse: juan, he said he would have done things differently in hindsight, but he has not owned up to the mistake in the cover-up. do you think he will? >> juan: i think everybody has. i guess you want to have him do it more explicitly, jesse, but i don't think there is any question when it comes to the way that he dealt with the nursing home, cuomo was wrong. i mean, the best defense to offer is to say, you know this decision on the nursing home was made in march /april of 2020. so that is a year ago. the whole country was new to the pandemic. the governors were flying blind. there was no guidance from the white house or the nih. everybody is trying to lower costs. let me finish, let me finish. yes, look, what they were trying to do was protect the elderly in
terms of making sure hospitals had the capacity to deal with people who were critically ill. and so, what you saw was cuomo try to say, well i'm a may be people who are not critically ill don't have to stay at the hospital. so to me, if you could turn back the clock, of course you would make a different decision and i hope he would because it was a wrong decision. but i also say don't forget, to greg's point, there was a democratic attorney general's report on the inaccurate numbers coming out of cuomo's administration on nursing home deaths that led to this investigation. that is something coming from the democrats. and i would also say, there is no partisan effort in terms of the sexual harassment investigation. again, there are democrats and democratic elected officials calling for him to resign. so if you believe in due process, and i think we all do, we know not everybody charged is
guilty. and both cuomo and his accusers have a right to be heard. >> jesse: kennedy, not every governor in the country forest infected patients into the nursing home. cuomo and a few other democrats. >> kennedy: that is a really good point because they did the same cost-benefit analysis but what cuomo did and greg pointed out, he forced these facilities that have patients with no defense, no immunity. he forced them to take covid positive patients and then, of course, it was obvious the disease was going to spread and take the lives of the most vulnerable. that is right. that is something that we knew. but he didn't anyway. and then granting immunity to these places so they couldn't be sued by families who lost loved ones. the problem is, then you have governors in new jersey, pennsylvania, and michigan that cut and pasted immunity clause and applied it to their own state. so that is wrong. what happened in new york in
terms of fudging the numbers and trying to hide how many people died because of that policy, that is criminal. and that is in terms of the nursing home scandal what will bring down cuomo, but it was wrong what these other states did as well. in michigan, they were not even telling the number of patients dying in the nursing homes until june appear they weren't making it public until july. now, governor whitmore they are is being shielded by her attorney general. there has to be accountability because god forbid we go through this again. we can't have policies like that that are absolutely deadly. >> jesse: i agree. coming up from a comedian humiliates the left and takes on cancel culture in a video that you have to see. ♪ ♪ it's totally normal to have constipation with belly pain,
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♪ ♪ >> kennedy: when you are doing cpr that is the rhythm you're supposed to use. like millions of americans with stand-up comedy, the cancel culture, check out sebastian mocking the ridiculous calls to cancel everything. >> happy st. paddy's day. is that okay? or did patrick do something and did we dig up something on him? what did he do? the leprechaun has got to go, something wrong with him? a pot of gold? he shouldn't have a pot of gold because he's fortunate any work toward any made money? so it's got to give his goal to everybody else? he told me what i can and cannot say.
aren't you embarrassed? >> kennedy: a little bit. while people are fed up with cancel culture, a columnist claim it's not real. he said we should get rid of the phrase because complaints about things being canceled are "overblown and farcical." dana come i don't think they are overblown at all, especially when you pay with your career. ask people like chris harrison and elect and the team folk editor resigned because of stupid tweets she posted when she was much younger and has since apologized for several times. those people, to them cancel culture is very real. >> dana: when she was a teen. and i think she actually had that job two weeks, maybe three. that is all she got. and then what, what do you do? i love sebastian and i love watching his stuff. i had a friend of mine daniel turner wrote this piece about
how cultural appropriation over the irish. six days of irish, sick of it and can't take it anymore. talk about the irish beat down by the queen for all these decades, centuries. take all of our culture and everything. he said the irish, they don't complain. but on a serious note, yes, this is real. when you have my mom telling me that it's out of control, it is out of control, right, jesse? >> jesse: yeah, my mom doesn't even buy into the steps. she is pretty far left i would say. but sadly, we are going to have to rely on comedians to make us wake up and realize the absurdity of cancel culture and wokism. greg knows the power of ridicule and mockery. you have seen on jon stewart and the got filled show saturday live. they can move the culture alone. if you start making fun of these people that are tattle tailing and canceling holidays and acting like little archaeology's
digging in the old tweets to find a picture of a guy dressed up for cinco de mayo, that is the kind of stuff that works. people realize, it is not cool, cancel culture is boring, lame and social justice doesn't have to be about destruction. social justice can be about respect and that is a thing. >> kennedy: the only thing you wouldn't want to get rid of cancel culture is so that you can stay offended because as long as you can stay offended, you can control the narrative and plus you can control people's lives. >> greg: okay, so cancel culture reflects a new power tool that one can use against people that they can't actually argue or debate with, for example max booth. what is he saying? he doesn't want to discuss the topic. he wants to cancel the phrase. it is a microcosm of the actual disease. but there is a solution to cancel culture and it is called success as a consequence.
if you start seeing people turn a profit after they are canceled, it will change. for example, right now you have intolerant tax focusing on tucker. they can't refute his ideas so boycotts and whatnot. what is the result? he just gets bigger and bigger. if you keep canceling talker, he will be president and for years. corporations know this, right? if a person gets canceled, these days, you can go somewhere now and resurrect where you can sue. look at pierce morgan, he left that show. he took 40% of their viewers. they took off, all right an end that is because people had unconventional, unoriginal speakers but they crave more when the woke bots go after them. it is a shame, the newsrooms are dead. what happens, team folk is an example of what's going on in all newsrooms. they are taken over by recent
graduates who do not understand free speech, first amendment, but they understand that incredible power they feel if they can destroy somebody more successful than they are appear that is what wokism is about. it's not about discussing or debating ideas. can i get jesse watters off of a show? can i get dana perino off of a show? can i pick up kennedy's old tweets and ruin her? it is a spiteful, sad behavior and it is probably due to the fact that we have a segment of the population who are alienated and have nothing going on in their lives accept this. the five no, that is a great point in one of the things fueling the rioters continuallyn places like portland. that mentality coupled with people are still locked down and they don't have jobs or anything to do, so we have to come up with a way of discussing these things more productively, even when we disagree. in one, we have to get to a place in the show was a great example.
of being able to disagree about something without trying to tear someone down. when someone has done something stupid to come at least give them the mechanism for either apologizing for it and recovering from it or showing that they have had some personal growth in the wake of that. >> juan: look come i can tell you on a personal basis, cancel culture can be excessive. i don't think there's any question about that, kennedy. but i disagree with what i'm hearing about that column in "the washington post" by max booth. because what max booth was saying is that the cancel culture has become such a pervasive term now that basically what it allows people to do is avoid accountability. i mean, even on this show, hey, look at governor cuomo. he's not saying that he is a victim of cancel culture instead of taking responsibility for his actions. so a lot of people are using this term cancel culture to avoid being accountable for
offending minorities or offending women, or some other small group in society. get away with saying anything about anybody. anything negative to say about that, they are practicing cancel culture. i just don't think that is realistic. right now, today, we have lots of asian-americans in this country who feel that they were experienced is being canceled, especially after the shooting in atlanta and you have the police come out and say, oh, well, the shooter, the alleged shooter was having a bad day. people, asian-americans are dead. so they feel like, is that cancel culture? he shouldn't have said that? no, it is really offensive. >> greg: that has nothing to do with this topic but go for it. >> juan: it has to do with cancel culture? >> greg: how so? how did you make this lee? >> juan: people do not feel like they are genuinely --
>> greg: do you know something about the case that we don't know? let us know if you know something. because i heard other things. about the origin of the shooter. >> kennedy: we are going to take a break. dana, up next, it could be one of the greatest segments ever on "the five." stay right here. ♪ ♪ ♪ limu emu & doug ♪ hey limu! [ squawks ] how great is it that we get to tell everybody how liberty mutual customizes your car insurance so you only pay for what you need? i mean it... oh, sorry... [ laughter ] woops! [ laughter ] good evening! meow! nope. oh... what? i'm an emu! ah ha ha. no, buddy! buddy, it's a filter! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪
stay away from any downed wire, call 911, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe. ♪ ♪ >> greg: many of us have been stuck in a zoom call we would rather not be in. there was a new program to help you get out self sabotage calls by annoying noises like this. >> crying or a heartbeat. >> greg: that is interesting. kennedy, do we need something like this? >> kennedy: yes, a lot of people get stuck on zoom calls for a long time. do you want to be canceled
like -- i don't think you do. you can annoy people to the point where like john kerry, you get kicked off of the whole thing. >> greg: juan now that we have shown this on "the five," nobody will be able to use it. >> juan: you can still get away, come on. this is the best segment we have done, most user-friendly for our users. people use it. who doesn't want to put in a crying baby and say, hey i've got a go. i'm sorry. where people that will say, i don't want to be on screen. do i have to have my video up? now, you can just put up the sound and you are gone from a man. >> greg: jesse you can no longer call in sick and play hooky. we will zoom into the show meeting. >> jesse: yeah, when juan was going on and on about the siege at the capitol on january 6th, i started wishing i had this thing, what, juan, i can't hear
you? what did you say? i'm sorry, i'm sorry. [laughter] >> greg: dana, you have an idea for a new job. zoom back drop consultants. i think it would be great at it. bookcases, plans, photos appearance before this is a real job. people are hiring them to do it. do you think beto o'rourke got that library himself? one of these things i hate wind so if you played wind on a zoom call come i would say goodbye but this gives me an opportunity to say, no one ever should take a phone call while they are peeing never. and especially in a public restroom. that is gross, disgusting, don't do it. >> greg: the best thing is when someone is on it and a flush that was not there. so they expose they were in the bathroom. >> dana: terrible behavior and you should not do it.
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♪ ♪ >> welcome back, time for some fun, one more thing, dana. >> dana: you all know i'm on america newsroom this morning, and has a daughter learning to read, her name is georgie, and she got a book, here is what she said. >> ms. dana perino, i am so happy. everything will be okay. >> dana: she can read like you can't believe, 6:30 p.m. i have one of those with emily compagno we will see who can talk faster, i think she will win, and see you there at 6:30 p.m. tonight. >> good luck, dana, greg.
>> greg: using children to sell your book, you are like nike in the sweatshops. all right, do this, greg's celebrity sighting while in new york city it was raining today i was out there and everybody was in their rain gear including gordon ramsay. he did not look happy. he was out there in the worst thing about it was he was not wearing any clothes under his see-through coat. but he still went for a walk, probably looking for some kind of food to cook because he loves to cook. look at them though. [laughs] he looks like the antichrist. >> juan: oh, my gosh. jesse, you're up. >> jesse: i want to be there the day that the greg gutfeld runs into chris cuomo and gordon ramsay in the same bar. all right, and baldwin, when it has not been your day, you're
weak, your month, or even your year, doesn't it feel like that? well good news, people, the "friends" experience is reopening in new york city. you can go and have a cup of coffee at the central perk. you can hang out on the couch add to rachel and monica has room and even poke the ugly naked guy i am thinking about hanging out myself and maybe charging people to take pictures with me, thinking i'm david schwimmer. people confuse me for him all the time. so i want to make my income on the side, so go check that out. >> juan: kennedy, we have about 45 seconds, can you take it? >> kennedy: i can absolutely do this, check out a man who karate chop his way into a shop that sells motorized scooters for old people. a kick and a 1-2, and managed to get in and climbed the doors open through force and sees that little rust colored machine, he
rode off in that 8 miles per hour, and made his getaway and police still have not found him. >> juan: wow. >> kennedy: someone will be very happy. >> juan: i guess he got what he wants, anyway, that's it for us, "special report" up next. hey, bret. >> bret: you know when jesse did not wear ties, he really did look like david schwimmer. [laughter] all right, guys, there we go. the exact match. all right, good evening, welcome to washington. i am bret baier bret baier, breaking tonight how long will we have to wear a mask? even after getting fully vaccinated? dr. anthony fauci in the hot seat on capitol hill being accused of fueling fears about the corona vaccine, coronavirus vaccine, kentucky sent to rand paul accusing