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>> greg: we are out of time. thanks to brian kilmeade, dagen mcdowell, joe machi, kat timpf, our studio audience. "fox news @ night" with evil un. in the meantime, here comes "the five." ♪ ♪ >> greg: i'm greg gutfeld along with dagen mcdowell, jesse watters, and who could forget the time she tried to clean the microwave and the door shut behind her, dana perino. "the five." hello, america. "the five" is wrapping up our big 10-year celebration today and we are going out with a bang. not literally, there will be no gunfire here. but john rich will be here later to serenade us with our hit song that went to number one "shut up
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about politics" and a better go number one again. but first a special edition of "fan mail friday" that will include a couple of surprises. i love surprises. >> dana: i am nervous. >> greg: i'm going to toss it to somebody for the next question. toss it is tv vernacular for tossing it. go. >> emma in new york, what animal would you most likely to encounter in the wild? >> greg: that is a good question, what is her name? emily. emily c. >> jesse: thanks for differentiating. >> greg: animal in the wild you would like to encounter? >> dagen: fob io. no. [laughter] something that won't kill me. any nonfeminist snake. >> greg: that is interesting. >> dagen: even a boa constrictor. >> greg: i guess that
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eliminates michael avenatti. there is no point of that. >> jesse: how do you know the point of the game? >> jessica: it wasn't how would you like to die by animal? >> jesse: that is how i interpreted it. i was thinking grizzly bear because i think there is a strategy. you climb a tree or you play dead. one of those two. >> dagen: they kill you. didn't use the "grizzly man? ">> dana: that is a black bear. >> jesse: let's not bring race into the spirit >> greg: typical no difference between dana in the greenroom and here. >> dana: i'm having a hard time thinking of something because i am scared of all animals. i'm going to say a moose because everything is bigger than me and i'm going to say an elephant because i saw one in africa but they are also bigger than me. giraffe. >> greg: i'm going to go with the slow lower is because they
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are slow and adorable and their little fingers are sticky and you've got to watch out. remember when those two were on the show and they sold their book? what to do? twins. >> congratulations on your tenth anniversary and i want to know, if you could pick one fox news coworker to join you in a street fight who would it be? >> greg: that is really good. that's not fair! >> jesse: that is a good one. >> greg: i found him, you know. my sidekick, not yours, dana. >> dana: you can have him. >> greg: you're going to say tyrus? >> jesse: i'm going to go -- with the military training. >> jessica: i'm going johnny joey for military training and he has obviously faced enormous adversity and come out on top so he probably has a lot of tricks.
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>> jesse: i thought you were going to say jesse watters. >> jessica: no, i was not. >> dagen: for clarification, is it to fight one another -- >> greg: no, to join you. >> dagen: kennedy. she is very fit. >> greg: you know obviously who i -- evil shannon bream. you've never seen her in a knife fight. she could take down anybody. don't let her -- >> dagen: she's got the gold bracelet. >> greg: don't let her women of the bible calendar for you. you know how many books she has told dominic sold? >> >> greg: turns ten , love the grammy, i was wondering, among the five of you, who do you trust the least? go. >> greg: that is a terrible question. >> jesse: i'm going with jessica.
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>> jessica: funny you say that because i'm going with jesse. >> greg: are you going to go with jesse? >> jessica: we are even stevens and he gets my name because in real life i am called jesse but on the show he gets to be jesse. >> greg: i didn't know that you were actually a jesse. >> jesse: we call her t-bone, remember? >> greg: who do you trust the least out of this five or any member of "the five"? >> dagen: myself. [laughter] >> greg: good one. >> dagen: i'm reckless and i am a light one drink and party! >> dana: trust with my life? i trust everybody. with my reputation? i'm going to go with greg. >> greg: nice. now i've got to go with dana, insatiable gossip. this is this is the first surprise. let's throw to the first surprise.
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beco you didn't think i was going to miss a "fan mail friday," did you? this is frenchy firecracker in the house and my question is, what is the last thing you -- on your phone ? >> jesse: that was frenchy firecracker. >> greg: should we tell the viewers? she is just a fanatical fan that sends all the questions. some good ones, because the rest of our viewers are too busy getting liquored up watching the show. >> dana: that is a great surprise. >> jesse: she looked like she was in a safe house, did you notice the stucco? >> i loved her accent. >> jesse: was that a french accent? i just said, what is the russian currency. i wanted to make sure. >> greg: trying to look, i just want to remember. >> jesse: unless you cleared your history, which you might've
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for another reason. >> dana: i look up the article that is about the anniversary show on broadcasting and cable, it is called "the five" hits ten on fox news by michael malone. >> dagen: the band joist manner. i've never listen to them but some dude was wearing a really weird t-shirt. >> greg: t-shirts work! >> dana: did you download any music? >> dagen: no, it could be full of dirty lyrics, i have no idea but that was the band. >> jessica: i was reading a "new york times" article about formerly father john, jonathan morris' beautiful wedding at st. patrick's because i was talking to a colleague who is interested in a big fancy catholic wedding and i was like, you should call jonathan morris and ask him about it. >> dana: are you able to share? >> jesse: i was heavily editing this, i know. >> greg: i was looking at a defender. >> dana: cool, are you buying
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it? >> greg: no because i already have one but i like to look at defenders because they are just so beautiful. all of them are so beautiful. now, i just have a thing for square objects. we have a special guest joining us on site. who could that be? beco sorry to disappoint you. [laughter] i've been here for 20 minutes waiting for bill hemmer to get his question out! >> greg: special guest? >> jesse: what a letdown! b5 i thought that it was rupert murdoch. >> sorry, he was busy. i was his backup. i heard jesse had a book out, a little bit later. >> jesse: thank you, it's right here. >> i have five questions i wrote myself. i don't need a team of writers like you. are you ready? what is your initial reaction when you hear "i am filling in?" greg? >> greg: that means i'm off!
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>> dana: i think about the time early on when you filled in and on a commercial break, going into a commercial break i tried to correct something he said because i didn't want you to get in trouble on one of the blogs and you said, why do you try to be everybody's press secretary? and i was like, it's true, i do try to do that. >> you could see the media headline. >> dana: i was trying to help you but you don't need my help. >> jesse: you're going to talk a lot so i can prep less. >> that's a little bit of an insult. jessica? >> jessica: i am barely here, usually. >> dagen: a your dogs because i like them more than you. >> that makes two of us for the next question you really have to think about. has anyone convince you on the show to change your mind on an issue? if so, who and what issue? dagen, on the show did you come in with an opinion, did you
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change the opinion on the show? >> dagen: may be but i never admit it. >> brian: has it ever happened where you thought, jesse is making sense today? >> jessica: actually i think a lot of people has made me soften 100% stances to 90%. you've got to both-sides of things and understand where people are coming from. >> brian: so you on the same side to build a wall? >> jessica: no, like a mini wall seems good. >> brian: have you ever change your mind? >> jesse: greg is shifting away from the drug legalization issue. i will never give in but there are cracks in the -- >> greg: by sharing my drugs with him, i find that works. [laughter] >> dana: i was very anti-sloth before i came here and greg has changed my opinion on the sloth and the merits of that animal. >> greg: sticky hands. yeah, but i change my mind all the time.
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i would say the last time i changed my mind was on my show when tyrus came out strongly about the olympic athlete not being allowed. he was for it. i didn't see that coming. >> jessica: for keeping her out. >> greg: he said he broke the rules and you have to play by the rules and when i heard from him i said, he scares me so i agree. >> brian: last question, would there be a "the five" if greg didn't take the time out of the show to mock me, for example, rowlett? >> greg: i have so many interesting friends, i'm going to take one that is not interesting, brian kilmeade. brian kilmeade came in in his daisy dukes. i don't have a problem with kilmeade hanging out, watching the show. >> jesse: greg, kilmeade is going to hate you. >> greg: i was in the bathroom, you wouldn't believe what kilmeade was doing in there. i will tell you later. anyway, what kilmeade was doing was disgusting.
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>> brian: would there be a show? >> greg: whoever would be sitting here would be doing the same thing. you and your hairpiece. >> brian: that is not a hairpiece. dagen, you are in trouble because you like me. >> dana: i do like you but i have learned that you can be really good sport and that is wonderful. thanks for coming. >> jesse: i think dobbs is happy now that you're the target. [laughter] >> brian: we haven't heard that name in a while. >> dagen: i know your look when i need to wrap because you used to give me that look at 3:30 in the morning of light, get out of my office, so now i know. >> brian: 3:30 in the morning? >> greg: breaking news! >> brian: no, we both did the morning. >> jesse: happy anniversary. >> greg: you're on my show tonight! >> brian: bye-bye, guys come appreciated. happy anniversary! >> brian: go away.
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>> greg: we couldn't get doocey? second choice, what do you get. up next, the white house thinks it's their business to know whether you are vaccinated. ♪ ♪ what happens when you make power your thing... above everything? you put muscle over matter. and you make horsepower... a superpower. ♪ not everybody wants the same thing. that's why i go with liberty mutual — they customize my car insurance so i only pay for what i need. 'cause i do things a bit differently. wet teddy bears! wet teddy bears here! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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♪ ♪ >> dagen: the white house doing some serious damage control after the secretary defendant president biden's plan to push back -- by going door-to-door. >> trillions of dollars spent to
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try to keep americans alive during this pandemic so it is absolutely the government's business, it is taxpayers' business if we have to continue to spend money to keep people from contracting covid and helping reopen the economy. >> dagen: now trying to walk back that comment, claiming he was taken wildly out of context. that is a way to convince people to get vaccinated, the government is going to show up at your door. >> jesse: i have an idea, i don't have good ideas often but this is a very innovative idea, tell me if this works, if you're worried about people who are vaccinated, why don't you create an app, push a button and you have a doctor come to your house and jab at you. they have a history of building websites, joe biden knows how to build a website, remember? they should be able to do this, why did they have to have to go door-to-door? they don't have to go door-to-door. if someone comes to my property, not always a good result and i am a lightweight, think about the people in texas, i would not
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want to have that duty to put on a coat and with a syringe go knocking on peoples doors and that is a recipe for disaster. but it doesn't even know the hhs secretary's name, he forgot it at the podium today and i think again this is the government trying to go where it doesn't belong and you don't even need to get 100% vaccination, you just need to kill the virus and right now, of the virus is almost dead. more people getting shot over the weekend on july 4th van are dying of covid. >> greg: to your point people are going door-to-door and shooting people. >> jesse: seriously. remember biden used to have the card with the body count of covid-19? he needs a new card, street violence. maybe he could reference that next time. >> dagen: people who have natural immunity from covid, if you preclude those, more than 8 out of 10 americans have immunity. about 85%. why the panic? >> dana: one thing i would say to javier becerra is you are not
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in california anymore. it's a different situation now and you have to choose your words carefully. who in the world would look at all the coverage about vaccine hesitancy and vaccine passports and conclude that the best thing we can do today's announce we will go door-to-door with the vaccine? but they also didn't clarify. they say conservatives are blowing this up and exaggerating it but yet at the same time the media can't explain what the administration really means by that. is it going door-to-door with information like a leaflet? maybe that's fine but is it going door-to-door with -- i don't think it is going door-to-door with -- they were not specific and you have to choose your words with caution and sensitivity if you are going to deal with this issue and get people vaccinated or get them the information they can need so they can make their own decision because it isn't political. if you look at the various groups of people who are hesitant about getting vaccinated, and this is a white house that has no soft sell, none, and that is what it takes. >> jessica: i agree with dana, when i talked about this for the
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first time i was looking it up fiercely to be like, okay, are we getting more information? because i think it is a good thing when people go grassroots campaigning, vote for so-and-so, i didn't think they were going to show up to jab people but i wanted to know if they would be tracking names because we do know that the government attracts broad numbers about people who have hiv/aids, let's say, but they don't have the specific names of that. obviously, there is a rich history of terrorizing people in this country going back to the '80s, some more information, more specificity on that but it is a little bit of a political problem, when you look at the states, 18 or 19 states reach of these 75% goal, they were all blue states. if you look at where the delta variant is having its payday it is in red states and 99.5% of people who are passing away from covid-19 right now are people who are unvaccinated. we have more work to do. i can't say it is no big deal.
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street violence is a big deal but covid is still a thing. >> greg: this is the problem, is that with the new variant, this could never end. technically, it could go on forever. viruses, every year now we are primed to see any outbreak as covid 2, covid 3, the reckoning. in the government in the media will exploit it because they can't help themselves. if they see any inroad for power or control they're going to use it, so this is -- has amazing potential for controlling the population and that is what worries me. we have two parties. democrats are always for the solution of big government intruding into your life and republicans have always been about the individual, about, we are rugged individuals thank you very much, stay off my porch. we can actually work together with this but i honestly don't understand this. if you are just showing up with
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the leaflets you are wasting people's times but if you actually said, we are going to be driving around your neighborhood, we have a vaccine van, i had one of those, that is fine, but i think my concern is that this thing could keep going, keep creating potential problems that never really materialize and that will keep us scared and enthralled. >> dagen: you are already seeing it in los angeles county, if you have been vaccinated, wear a mask. absurd. is this the biggest liberal media disaster ever? the embarrassing fall of michael avenatti. ♪ ♪ ♪welcome back to that same old place♪ ♪that you laughed about♪ ♪well, the names have all changed♪ ♪since you hung around♪ welcome back, america.
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>> jesse: it's one of the biggest liberal media embarrassments ever, michael avenatti is sent to the slammer for two and a half years for trying to extort nike. they heaved endless praise on michael avenatti who turned out to be a total fraud. >> he's out there saving the country. >> he's a rock star, i think. >> michael avenatti is a beast. >> you are like the holy spirit come at all places at all times. >> you have to guess at hand, his name is michael avenatti. here is something else, michael avenatti, i would like to meet you sometime over a dinner. >> you got lucky tonight, we are back with attorney michael avenatti. he is a main player. >> one reason i'm taking you seriously as a contender in 2020 is because of your presence on cable news. >> jesse: the holy spirit, greg. >> greg: how ironic that she is a ghost ing now.
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she was seduced by all his new, famous friends and by the way, they are all hacks, they are all worms. dagen said yesterday, the reason it works is because they are all the same thing. he's a social climber and all of those people with maybe the exception of rachel maddow are social climbers. they want to impress their peers in the industry. they wanted to be near him because he was getting a lot of the spotlight so they wanted to hang around with him. in 2024 when he is out he can immediately enter the cnn lineup. i'm pretty sure by then don lemon will be gone. brian stelter or anna navarro should show up to jail with a pie with a file in it so they can spring this poor guy, but i love this too much. i won't say anything else because i'm talking about it on my show tonight, so shut up. >> jesse: i was put off by the fact that the hosts were sucking up to a guest. that should never happen. it should never happen that way. >> dana: unless we are guests
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on greg's show, then it is allowed. i'm for the criminal justice system that found him guilty, he's been convicted, he's been sentenced and he will go to jail and he's facing two other big problems, so low, the system works, the media did not. >> jesse: this was one and many times the media latched their wagons to a fraud. remember just a small ad, they latched onto him and it blew up right in their face. >> greg: hillary clinton. >> jesse: cricket. >> greg: i did say that! >> jesse: why do you guys keep getting duped, jessica? >> jessica: it turned into a top liberal media's grew up there because i feel like there are so many but i knew there would be many mentioned at this table, not that that is necessarily what i think about it. i never liked michael avenatti and i'm not just saying that. you can check all the tapes.
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whoever thinks that they can extort nike is really dumb. >> jesse: you've got to go after new balance. unless you are -- >> greg: they will call you racist if you don't give them money. it dagen? >> dagen: what exemplifies this man stupidity is based on the other two trials he had already allegedly stolen money from his clients years before he started doing his column on cnn and nbc including from a mentally ill paraplegic man, allegedly, but i heard someone earlier in the day saying on tv, a giant come down for the once famous lawyer and i thought, is present really worse than being on brian stelter's show? >> jesse: probably not as good food. >> dana: i heard a headline, hopefully from someone else, fall from grace.
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>> greg: there was no grace. if you think we are overdoing it on this you can't let the media forget about avenatti. you can't let him disappear. whenever they do something wrong, they run screaming from it and they never get their comeuppance. we have to remind them. >> dana: and remember brett kavanaugh. he's not being convicted for that but that was outrageous. i wonder if she is happy or sad about it. >> jesse: stay with us because country star john rich will be here to perform "shut up about politics." up next, huge controversy on "the five" over here who actually won our basketball competition. dana says she was cheated and we have brand-new surveillance footage we want to show you next. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> jessica: welcome back, time for the fastest. first up, the carnival games came to "the five" yesterday and it ended with a massive controversy. who actually won the epic basketball showdown between jesse and dana? dana says she was cheated so we hired top forensic investigators and they just found surveillance video that will definitely answer the question. >> dana: one, two, three, go. oh, shoot peer basket for me! >> greg: anybody keeping score? >> dana: my mom is going to be so impressed. >> greg: she's kicking your butt, dude. >> jesse: did i win?
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>> dana: oh, no. i thought for sure when they put this in there that it was going to be an upset. i told my mom to watch and now i'm really embarrassed. >> greg: i have to say right now i refuse to participate in this big live totally undermining our faith in our nation's prestigious carnival games. >> jesse: we have producers looking at this footage like it was the kennedy assassination. i swear there were five angles of the shot. good job, guys. >> dana: the carnival folks from fantasy world entertainment, they thought i won. >> dagen: i thought you got robbed on the balloon pop too. if you go back and watch that -- it looked rigged. >> jesse: dana perino saying it was rigged? >> dana: i'm not competitive at all, i just really like to win. [laughter] >> greg: who does that sound like? >> dana: i don't know. >> greg: i don't know. >> jessica: next topic, most men like meat, but now we know
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why. >> greg: what a lead. >> jessica: guys eat more beef and chicken than women to "affirm their masculine identity." is that true? >> greg: studies on gender roles are pointless and stupid, number one. number two, the only ones that get any attention have to portray men critically. if there was a study about women and eat more sushi to affirm their femininity that would be an outcry. we did a story like this about grilling. just trash dudes, you get press. >> jesse: i love that women don't eat meat as much and here's why. if you take them out to dinner, if my steak is $70 and she orders a $75 day, right there you are at $140 and we haven't even factored in the wind. but if she gets a salad, it is much less. you know, manhattan, dana. >> dana: what do we have here? we have ribs?
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>> greg: amazing ribs from morgan's last night and it just opened up in the lower east side. these are not morgan's. >> jesse: virgil's, right? >> jessica: the on air eating, i didn't -- >> jesse: i will eat. no plates, seriously, guys? i mean, wow. >> dagen: it's not that men want to appear masculine, it's how they eat. you can eat meat and chicken with your hands. you are always in a hurry. you have to pick it up -- >> greg: we can't eat a rib with a knife and fork? >> jesse: you are a southerner. >> dagen: women take the time to use utensils. >> greg: you are going to use utensils on a rib? for the first time, dagen, i think you're out of your gourd. >> dagen: i will eat coleslaw, if you're in a hurry you can eat with your hands. >> dana: i'm not going to it with my hands. if what they are trying to do is
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get men to eat less meat than what they need to do is, have you ever heard of reverse psychology? that is what you need to do. studies like this make jesse want to eat more. >> jesse: i'm that simple. >> dagen: on that note, new york turned into a waterworld -- "watters' world," literally. after a storm swept up the east coast and brought flash floods to the big apple. it was this video. >> terrible for her. awful. before there were multiple people in there. >> jesse: of a going in or out of the subway? >> jesse: they need to go into the subway. you can take a taxi if you see that it is a wave, 10-foot tall. >> greg: they are going into a pool of rodent poop and discarded bottles and copy of "the daily news." >> dagen: that is not any worse than the stuff you encounter every day in the street that you don't even know. you get on your face just randomly and you don't know where it comes from.
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>> jesse: are you fact-checking that? >> greg: i don't think i have to! >> jesse: greg fact-check you, wow. >> dagen: and i am sailing the venice canal in italy up to my neck and i'm still here to talk about it. >> jessica: up next, the grand finale to our 10-year anniversary. back to sing "shut up about politics." ♪ ♪
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[ "me and you" by barry louis polisar ] ♪ me and you just singing on the train ♪ ♪ me and you listening to the rain ♪ ♪ me and you we are the same ♪ ♪ me and you have all the fame we need ♪ ♪ indeed, you and me are we ♪ ♪ me and you singing in the park ♪ ♪ me and you, we're waiting for the dark ♪
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♪ ♪ >> dana: favorite song right there appear two years ago "the five" took the music world by storm after writing and recording our very own song with country superstar john ric. "shut up about politics" became an instant hit topping itunes downloads and reaching number three on the billboard charts. i think it was number one. fact-check, please. all of the song's proceeds provided educational -- two children and fallen service members. john rich joined us from
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nashville. thank you so much for being a good sport and maybe have you and greg recount how this even came to be. you go first. >> people don't realize that bug greg is one of the greatest country song writers of all time. i mean, one of the greatest of all time. everybody knows that now in nashville. we had this idea, greg and i are friends and we hang out from time to time and we thought, wouldn't it be great if we could shut up about politics even for a few minutes and just be friends again. god, that sounds like a great song, so we wrote it. >> dana: you had a point about the song going to number one because our fans are awesome. >> greg: i believe this is probably the perfect opportunity to do it again. if you haven't downloaded the song you can go to itunes and make it number one like that because you have the power to do that because there are millions of you. again, like john said, the music goes to charity and it is one of the greatest songs ever written. i wrote the bulk of it. i think john added a few touches
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here and there, some chord changes but it really comes down to mike's genius. >> dana: play it for us! >> ready, guys? one, two, three -- ♪♪ shut up ♪ ♪ about politics ♪ ♪ ain't nothing but a big pile of dirty tricks ♪ ♪ i'm tired of all the fighting and the fits ♪ ♪ so shut up ♪ ♪ about politics ♪ ♪ you punch left, i punch right ♪ ♪ we're caught up in the middle of a deep swamp fight ♪ ♪ some people lie, and some people steal ♪ ♪ and everybody's talking 'bout the green new deal ♪ ♪ shut up ♪ ♪ about politics ♪ ♪ ain't nothing but a big pile of dirty tricks ♪ ♪ i'm tired of all the fighting and the fits ♪ ♪ so shut up ♪ ♪ about politics ♪ ♪ all this fussin' and carryin' on ♪ ♪ it's been going on a little too long ♪ ♪ but i got something to fix us
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all up ♪ ♪ put a shot of whiskey in a big red cup ♪ ♪ shut up ♪ ♪ about politics ♪ ♪ it ain't nothing but a big pile of dirty tricks ♪ ♪ i'm tired of all the fighting and the fits ♪ ♪ so shut up ♪ ♪ about politics ♪ ♪ shut up ♪ ♪ shut up ♪ ♪ about politics ♪ >> put your hands together, nashville, new york city, all the way around! >> dana: thank you so much and what a crowd you have there. he said going to nashville was your favorite trip on "the five"? >> jesse: it was the hot chicken and the redneck riviera whiskey was a great combination for me and i just want to thank john rich for his southern hospitality. we had a blast. >> dana: do you ever play the song outside of "the five" and the bar? >> i can hear you a little bit.
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that was awesome, guys! [cheers and applause] >> dana: i don't know if you can still hear us, we just want to thank you again. john, let me know, if you play this, for other crowds besides us here at "the five"? >> first of all, it was awesome to record this with "the five." you guys have a great show. congratulations on ten years of going out there and telling america what's up. we appreciate the show when you guys are great folks. >> dana: we appreciate you, you are a fan of country music, what do you think? >> dagen: a fan of country music and a fan of john rich and a fan of greg, and you and you. >> dana: you can agree, shut up about politics? >> jessica: yes! i mean, it makes my job difficult if we all did that but nashville is just a fantastic place and it's like that all the time. >> dagen: too many liberals, though. >> jesse: even for you. >> dagen: i was at the grand ole opry, i think we were there the same weekend, and i had so
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many people come up to me, i was just coming to hear some music and there were like, i would really love to talk about your political beliefs and i was like -- >> dana: wow! thank you, john rich, we appreciate it. we have a few more surprises and "one more thing" next. ♪ shut up ♪ ♪ about politics ♪ ♪ ain't nothing but a big pile of dirty oh! are you using liberty mutual's coverage customizer tool? so you only pay for what you need. sorry? limu, you're an animal! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ this isn't just freight. these aren't just shipments. they're promises. promises of all shapes and sizes. each with a time and a place they've been promised to be. a promise is everything to old dominion, .
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>> greg: anyway, it looks delicious. it's massive. dagen, would you do the honors? >> dagen: i don't want to block your shot. >> greg: i'm going to smear it all over my chest. >> dagen: have you learned nothing being on tv with me. you gave me the knife. >> jesse: that is a huge -- that's the whole point of the spar. >> greg: you don't know what i'm going to do before i eat this. >> jesse: i know what you are going to do after. i'm going to give you a little piece. >> greg: the producers want me to continue with one more thing. all right, so, dana, you are the first. >> dana: today is not only the celebration it's also jesse's birthday. happy birthday to jesse watters. i got you a little cake in honor of. >> jesse: you didn't have to do it. >> dagen: here it is because you had a big week, you had a big birthday and big book come out
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and you saved the world. since you saved the world i figured this was an appropriate gift for you. >> jesse: is this a cake? you know, dana, you get me. >> dana: i figure you will be wearing this around the house maybe around the you were east side. >> jesse: adorn me with the cake, please. >> greg: you will never see this. where are we? jesse, you are up cake boy. >> jesse: how i saved the world again we are going to talk about it i can't help but talk about it we are at number two on amazon. a book about a boy, the mole, the fox and a horse beating me because apparently they posted it on the today show. big whoop. this book is probably plagiarized. my book is not. so go buy that and we also have "watters' world" at 8:00 eastern. we have an exorcist on the show. so you want to watch that. tonight i'm on laura ingraham's
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program and tomorrow i am on dan bongino's show at 10:00 and then also "fox & friends" tomorrow in the 8:00 hour. and guess what i'll be talking about, that's right, "how i saved the world. should i wear my cape? >> dana: yes, please the are. >> greg: my show gutfeld brian kilmeade, dagen mcdowell, kat. let's do this quickly, shall we? [cheers and applause] >> greg: you know, i was out last night at fancy italian restaurant. i go to those all the time rao where a lot of famous people i ran into joe pesci looking great. joined. [laughter] he has aged greatfully. still has the slick hair and those intense eyes and there he is. he recognized me and he asked for an autograph but i don't do autographs when i'm having
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dinner. don't make eye contact. all right, jessica. >> jessica: i thought you were going to say ray adams ate bo dietl. >> greg: aren't you special? >> jessica: i just read it. i was not invited. phoenix sun victory far from news. scripts champion. >> maybe be an nba basketball coach work for nasa. find a way to treat things. >> she is an amazing basketball player with incredible highlight world records dribbling. i dribble all the time though, dagen, real quick, here is anthony spinner on the fourth of july. he was faking drowning to see if his dog would jump in the water.
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this is boogie, his 8-month-old blue nose pit bull. he had never swam before. he disappeared under the water, saved his daddy but his daddy wasn't drowning. cruel prank to play on your dog. see you b b b b b b ♪ ♪ ♪ o, can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ what so proudly we hailed ♪ at the twilights last gleaming gleamingwhose broad stripes andt stars ♪ through the perilous fight ♪ for the ramparts we watched ♪ were so gallantly streaming ♪ and


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