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brave ♪ pete: that is a beautiful rendition of our nation's anthem. what better waive to kick off this sunday morning, august 8, year of our lord 2021. ashley slow meyer back again. will cain. will: thank you. pete: a shooting in chicago. pete: jackie ibanez has the latest. reporter: a traffic stop happened with three people inside. investigation are under investigation. someone shot at the officers who returned the fire. dispatch audio who returned fire. >> fire at the police.
two ambulances. two officers down, two officers down. we got them coming, baby. reporter: the two officers were rushed to the hospital where one died from her injuries. the other is in critical condition. one of the two suspects in custody was shot and taken to the hospital. he is in stable condition, a third suspect a woman is still on the run. police say a gun was recovered at the scene. chicago mayor lori lightfoot, police deputy first superintendent carter asked the city to pray for the officers, their families and the whole department. >> another example how the chicago police department and these officers put that above others to protect the city day in and day out. >> our officers are fearless in the face of danger. they run to danger, to protect us. we can never forget that. reporter: a procession was held for the fallen per who had been with the department since 2018. she is the first chicago officer
shot and killed in the line of duty since mayor lightfoot took office back in 2019. guys, it has been a violent weekend in the city. police say a total of 30 people were shot, three of them fatally just since friday. guys. ashley: jackie, thank you very much. these are one of my least favorite stories to talk about, when it comes to police officers being shot there to defend you. it happened during a traffic stop. those are very dangerous. traffic stops, anything related to domestic violence, things like that, but it goes to show these officers put themselves on the line. they want to go home to their families too. unfortunately that female officer did not get the chance. a female officer is fighting for her life. will: ashley, i know you are, because our husband is nypd officer. your fiance is a nypd officer.
what struck me listening to the report it, sounds cold it, sounds removed but it's a connection to the truth and it is the numbers. we talk about the stories with the numbers but think about the numbers that add up, number of officers killed in the line of duty. on top of that think about number of people killed in chick get this weekend. and something goes bad in an officer interaction, unarmed person is killed in the interaction. we should put the numbers side by side. we do not pay attention to the officers who lose their lives in these interactions and people who live in chicago and how many a die over the weekened. pete: we get prepared for morning show, last thing on our mind someone may shoot at us. but as a law enforcement sister, a traffic stop. it is dangerous itself, traffic flying by but you never know
what you're approaching at that door, at that window, so god bless of the family of that officer. think about them. will: we'll talk about the story throughout the morning. meanwhile thousands of protesters are packing the streets of paris, in defiance after covid-19 passport order. meanwhile back her at home dr. anthony fauci says to expect a quote, flood of vaccine mandates after fda approval. what you're looking at on the screen are the streets of paris. this is europe. imagine the reaction in a true freedom-loving country. i do mean to distinguish paris and france from the united states of america. imagine the streets of america if dr. fauci is right, we can expect a flood of mandates? pete: exactly right. this is the fourth straight weekend of protests. estimates between 100 and 200,000 protesters in france, a preview what could be coming here. as you mentioned, you hear what
dr. fauci, the science is ever moving, ever evolving in his mind, mean more control and mandates. here is a portion what dr. fauci predicted he said to "usa today." this is a quote. organizations, enterprises, universities, colleges reluctant to mandate at the local level, will be confident if you want to come to the college, this university, you got to get vaccinated. if you want to work in this plant you have to get vaccinated. if you want to work in this enterprise, you have to get vaccinated. if you want to work in the hospital you have to get vaccinated. the decision to get vaccinated goes beyond your own vacuum and is a statement of society. his statement, once the vaccine bets fda approval. right now it is emergency use. that is holding us back. if they anticipate federal approval, when they get that, he is predicting a flood of mandates across the board. ashley: my question for the mandates, the vaccine what about the people like the gentleman i
will interview in ten minutes he has health condition, his mother says he is doctor, you can't take this because of the risks it poses for the vaccine? what about the people who have had covid within the past 90 days they have been told by their doctors do not take. this this is leaving them out in the open. where do they go? what do they do? they can't go to a restaurant, they can't go to a concert because this is a blanketed approach? it doesn't seem right. will: the weirdest part of this entire national conversation you have to guess purposeful offing for rans who have covid and natural immunity, totally left out of the conversation. it is so wild they're not included. pete: three months is one thing and plenty of other data and other doctors suggesting it is much longer than that. ashley: i know person who have antibodies for eight months. they still have antibodies. it coast back to covid. no one size fits all for it. pete: we were talking in the
green room. we know where it starts, how far does it end? where will it go? how far will the government go to mandate you must get a shot from uncle sam, once you do, show your green screen or show your papers, joe rogan talk god on his podcast, it's a scary reality, we may be much closer. will: you and i talked about in the green room. it is an important conversation. we put ourselves in check. are we overreacting that we'll have to show a passport to get in anywhere? what about the flu? what about the flu shots? mmr which students have to have to go to public schools. this is different, truthfully. we are not being higher bolick. you don't have to show a vaccine. you have one time vaccination for measles, mumps one time, one time. this vaccine may need be to be a
booster every six months to be required to be a free person in this society. president trump was on dan bonn genie on unfiltered. this is a great development but at the same time retain your love of freedom. >> i have to be a big vaccine, i am the one got it done so quickly. got it less than five months, was supposed to take five years. they would never even have gotten it done. i'm a big fan. at same time i'm a big fan for our freedoms. people have to make that choice themselves. i would recommend they get it done and being protected. pete: that is the right balance, if you've been vaccinateed. could you transfer? possibly. take responsibility for yourself and let other people exercise their freedoms. that is not that difficult, that is what the president said. another top pick throughout the night on the day, a lot less tvs watching it this year than
is sift and that is the olympics. considering all the political protests around it, covid, no fans, how has it fared in the ratings? not so great. here it is from august 5th, thursday, 13 million viewers more than less. down 42% from 2016. around on wednesday, 14 million viewers, down 34% from 2016. will, we talked a lot about this, ashley. i don't know what your thoughts on. ashley: i have not turned it on. will: you haven't. out of curiosity why haven't you turned it on. ashley: when i turn on tv i watch their opinion show. i want to hear about politics. when i turn on a sport, i watch them compete. i don't want to hear their opinion. that goes against you the american value you have the right to say and believe what you want there is rules at the olympics that you have to follow like when up at podium have to do certain things but at the same time, i feel so bad for the
athletes who are so proud to be there. will: i agree. ashley: it is such a shame that they, the numbers are so down because they want to be there. it is not their fault other people are protesting the fact that they're american and american values. will: i totally agree. by the way, andy billings, director of sports communication program university of alabama, pretty much a worse case scenario for nbc. when you look at the numbers hard to be pleased with them. probably nbc's worst-case scenario, but probably a worst-case scenario they would have predicted months ago. pete, people are turned off, if you turn on the olympics, might see a protest or a political debate. one thing i will say, i mentioned this, the olympics you need rivalries. that is what sports is about. it's a celebration of achievement and celebration of tribal rivalries. although the united states does have a geopolitical rivalry of china, it hasn't reached that
level for some years we maintained with the soviet union. i watched as a kid wanting the u.s. to beat the ussr's butt. pete: to have a tribal rivalry you have to have a tribe. will: it is all internal. pete: that is ambivalence. ashley, i watch it, not watch it. the passion is not there. ashley: we'll check in with todd piro switching gears. he is hat bacon beach grill in long branch new jersey, todd, bacon sounds pretty good. what do you have today? reporter: have 11 types of bacon here which may make its way back to 1211 the avenue of the americas. last diner segment you described my approach as i quote you, ruthlessly efficient, correct? pete: ruthlessly efficient end. you're right, todd piro, you have a methodology and it works. will: and a mythology.
reporter: you have a mythology, nothing can get me off the my game until look who is here? my mom. [applause] nothing to clap for. this thing will be a disaster because my mom is already pulling down my shirt saying this doesn't look right. you got to do this. she already organizing the table, taking over the job of mary carroll, our producer. i have no control. will: wait, wait, is this todd piro hometown, is long branch, new jersey is your hometown or close thereby. reporter: long branch is not my hometown. i grew up in northern central jersey, we're about 20 minutes away. this is my mom, hi to the nation for the third time. >> hi, everybody. reporter: she is on tv nine times. more on than our contributors. >> tv's mom piro.
pete: like it, it fits. always great to see you, todd and her. will: laughed so hard i unplugged my ifb. i have to trust you guys this segment is about to go. pete: it will be great. todd is talking to the people all morning longs. coming up an alabama school is charging everybody $500 to offset weekly covid testing. only vaccinated get the money back. a student joins me next. it is the spider dress, designed in the covid area to keep people. pete: what? dive into the fashion trend. no. no. ♪. i'm so glad you're ok, sgt. houston. this is sam with usaa. do you see the tow truck? yes, thank you, that was fast.
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♪. ashley: welcome back. some universities across the country impose vaccine mandates for students one college in alabama is asking unvaccinated students to instead pay up. birmingham southern college plans to charge all students, $500 quote, offset the continuing weekly antigen testing and quarantining while vaccinated students receive a 3500-dollar rebate. our next guest says he will not get the shot. joining us campus reform correspondent and birmingham southern college student, david higgenbotham. thanks for being with us this morning. >> thanks for having me. ashley: lay out a couple things for viewers to get caught up to speed. you're a college athlete you
have a severe food allergy. your mother is a doctor, suggested you do not get the shot because of repercussions to come from the vaccine. what did you think, when you heard from the school if they show proof, that, if you're vaccinated they automatically get an immediate 500-dollar rebate but the unvaccinated students will not? did you feel segregated? >> well, this is really unfortunate because i like my school and i think they have done some great things in the past, however this is completely unethical. this is medical segregation and especially because this is the state of alabama, a state which by the way signed a law banning vaccine passports and vaccine discrimination yet, we're still dealing with this issue in our state. this is the conservative bred state of alabama. if you think this isn't happening across the country think again. at rhodes college, they're
charging $1500 a semester. people need to wake up to start realizing freedom is under assault in this country. if i and i other students do not stand up for our freedom, freedom may soon come to a grinding halt. ashley: that is interesting to note, you say you're in a very red, conservative area as well. a lot of people think this is only happening in those blue states but it is not. do you think that because you are an athlete, you said you thought that you were more pressured to get vaccinated. why is that? >> absolutely. well it goes against all medical ethics. the nuremberg code established in 1947 clearly states there should not never be any force or coercion with regard to an individual's health. a 500-dollar penalty a 500-dollar tax just because a student is unvaccinated is direct force and a direct coercion against a patient's will. for me in my case i have a very
severe allergy, my mom being a medical doctor, personally recommended for me not to take the covid vaccine for the reasons i just outlined. i'm not anti-vaxers. i had plenty of vaccines throughout my life. i had many family members got the covid shot. but this is about medical freedom. if we don't stand up now i don't know who will. ashley: ungot natalie not anti-vaxers but they have the right to decline something like that in america. david, good luck to you. >> you have a good one. ashley: mothers and granted mothers speak out in indiana after they say inappropriate books were found in school libraries. our next guest is a retired teacher joining the fight. she is next. one, two! one, two, three! only pay for what you need! with customized car insurance from liberty mutual! nothing rhymes with liberty mutual.
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pete: a former teacher outraged at a local school district in indiana over the explicit books found in their school libraries. >> we do not believe that it is compassionate or righteous for educators around political activists to co-opt our schools in order to use them for social, sexual or political agendas. >> this is totally inappropriate for k-2 students to discuss this with anybody but their parents. >> our leadership is failing our children. you have lost sight of your responsibility to educate our children. parents are learning, watching and taking action. will: our next guest was a teacher in this district for3 years who retired so she could freely speak out what is happening in schools. page miller is a founding member of the group, unify carmel. she joins us now. page, are you there? >> yes i am. pete: great to have you. you retired so you could speak
out. what did you see in the schools that got you so fired up you had to do something about it. >> about 2014 we started bringing in the sel and crt ideology in the classrooms. we started training teachers. pete: sel is social emotional learning. around what didn't sit well with you? >> the fact we were pushing parents to further outside of the circle. we were becoming educators that felt we knew better than the parents did. see teaching as -- pete: go ahead. you said a lot is based on drama. unpack that a little bit. >> right. sel is a trauma-based program and it's a tier 2 and tier 3 intervention because we do have kids that come from trauma. we're treating all children as if they come from a trauma based home. if that is true the parents are the ones creating the trauma.
what i see parents keep getting pushed, pushed further and further out from having direct impact on their children. we don't know better than parents, we need to come alongside, partner with parents, don't push them out. pete: interesting. based on the thinking. parents create trauma. the school's job is fix that trauma. that include things like safe places in classrooms, many things which parents are not made aware of, is that correct? >> that is correct. we have safe spots in every classroom. student are allowed to go there. many buildings including the one i was in, we had a room called the rocket retreat. kids could go down there any time they wanted. parents were not notified that their children were missing direct instruction because they were at the root of the trauma. pete: we played in the video in, another result of that, books being taught to kinner garthers in, first-graders, second graders highly inappropriate
information they could never process. we got a statement from the carmel clay schools. suite get your reaction. they have a place to dress concerns about their books and content. they chose not to do. sections of books were read at board meetings at other board meetings. they were vetted and not in school libraries. those that were are under thorough r have screen shots frm back in may. we started going, looking into this in may. we also discovered media centers, the media specialists are allowed to order books and there is no oversight. the biggest thing too is classroom libraries there is absolutely no oversight what teachers are allowed to bring into their classrooms. i was a teacher for 33 years. there is no process. they said that there is. these books were brought to their attention and they chose to do nothing.
that is why we chose to bring them to their attention. i will say our superintendent of carmel clay schools said we don't meet community standards. well if those books don't meet community standards, they shouldn't be accessible to our children. pete: not just elite schools in manhattan. public schools, elementary schools in indiana. talking about a retired teacher doing something about it. page miller. thank you for your time. >> thank you,. pete: you got it. andrew cuomo republicans and democrats want him out. two of those lawmakers join us next. tv's todd piro live in new jersey having "breakfast with friends" all morning. we will check with him at eats bacon and talk with him in a moment. ♪. think again.
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why? >> because it is very important that children realize children get very, very sick from all the bacteria laced on these masks. we're only thinking, covid, covid is bad. we have to worry about other things children will come in contact with every day and spread it to one another. it is important for them from a psychological point of view to see who, make friends, smiling faces. learn expressions of people from very young ages. young children should not be masked at a young age. >> a big topic of discussion here, roseanne, your thoughts? >> the mask with little kids. they're touching things. when we go out, wash your hands. keep your hands off your face. touching things. changing masks. adjusting them. they're getting sick from the masks. that is what a lot of people are not understanding. >> another big topic of discussion here landlords and them not being able to collect
rent from people. we got the wrap. we got to go. we'll talk about that next hour. don't go anywhere, guys. a big diner segment on tap for the morning. will: thanks, todd. we'll check in with you all morning long. ashley: we'll start with your headlines with a fox news alert. taliban dealing a major blow to afghan security forces. they captured the key city of kunduz in northern afghanistan after heavy fighting. militants have taken over several regions since the withdrawal of u.s. troops. president biden reportedly ordered b-52 bombers certainty back to the country to help afghan forces. we'll discuss this and more with joey jones later this morning. a live look at capitol hill where senators resume infrastructure talks today. the senators voted yesterday to break a filibuster and advance the $1.2 trillion bipartisan package. they're still working on amendments which means final passage could be in the coming
days. as the bill faces uncertain future in the house, moderate democrats are urging speaker nancy pelosi to allow a stand-alone vote as soon as the measure passes the senate. so-called spider dress, i'm not a fan, combines fashion and technology. i don't know so much about the fashion. built to help with social distancing. using long mechanical limbs when someone gets too close. measures a person's personal space and public space with trackers up to 12-foot. the dutch designer wanted to create something she never made before. i don't need that to have a personal space. i'm good. we'll turn now to chief meteorologist rick for the fox weather forecast. rick, would you wear that thing? rick: no, for a few reasons. i think it is pretty cool. you know what else works? an umbrella. we probably don't need that in our apparel. we're watching the tropics right now.
this is the time of year we see waves off the coast of africa. we're heading into the meat of hurricane season. i point thee these three out because they head towards the west. maybe by next week we could have something close to the shoreline. now good time of year to think, have plans in place as we head towards the peak which is around september 10th. the bulk of all of our traditional, historical hurricane activity is still ahead of us. temperaturewise, look at this, really warm across the central part of the plains. cool across the parts of northeast along areas. we'll watch for big storms later today, across parts of the central plains across parts of wisconsin and in missouri. sent it over to you. will: sounds like surfing weather on the east coast. governor andrew cuomo could mace a misdemeanor charge, after being arrested after one of his accusers filed a criminal
complaint with the albany sheriff's office. we learn a majority of new york state lawmakers support moving forward with impeachment of the governor. 82% want him to resign or step aside. two of those lawmakers, new york state assemblyman angelo santabarbara and jane cidisco join us now. 62% of stay lawmakers support moving forward with impeachment. angelo, love to start with you, what is that constituency within the democrats in albany look like? how many democrats support moving forward with impeachment against governor cuomo? >> i say very few left do not support moving forward with impeachment. many of my colleagues were waiting for the attorney general's report to make a decision on this. there are colleagues like myself
called for his resignation last year and followed up with impeachment calls. but some of my colleagues were on the fence but the ag's report it is very clear, there are, there was interviews on both sides. they interviewed the governor. they interviewed people that have come forward and it is clear, the governor has broken the law. he has broken the law even without the ag's report in my opinion by his own admission, his own words. he violated sexual harassment laws that he authored, that he championed, that he accused others calls for resignation of the other elected officials, so i think what we're seeing is more and more people are now coming on the side of moving forward with impeachment and doing it as quickly as possible. because what we saw in the press conferences he is clearly intending to go after his accusers, no doubt about it. he continues to use government resources to try to discredit the attorney general, to try to
discredit his accusers. just the other day he had a team of high-priced lawyers on government web site we are paying for to go after his accusers. outrageous, he will do anything to dodge accountability. let's not forget, this is a governor who sent covid patients to nursing homes to die and was, back up against the wall, who knows what he is capable of doing with if we don't get him out of office. will: we heard the calls for resignation. senator santa barbara you're a democrat. interesting to hear democrats moveing beyond resignation to impeachment. senator, you've worked with the governor years. he is fighter by almost any description. he is a bully by some descriptions. do you expect him to give in to the calls for resignation or do you expect him to fight to keep his office? >> well this is a governor that talked about himself as being
new york strong and right now we know after the ag's report he was never new york strong. he was new york wrong and he has to be new york gone. this has been a long, arduous, difficult new york nightmare for our constituents. i was one of the first ones to call for his resignation. i don't think we should allow this governor to resign. this governor has to be impeached. the ag report was comprehensive, it was professional. remember this is the governor who asked the ag to do this investigation and give this report. he said don't make any determinations about the fact, wait, i will be absolved. he was anything but absolved by this investigation and this report. he was refuted by every denial he was made. we can't forget the 11 courageous women who came forth, talked about this abuse and toxic environment he has created there. so they were validated. the most shameful thing, what we didn't know about one of the state troopers was a female
within his security division. while she was putting her life on the line to protect this governor, she had to continue to look over her shoulder to see who might be protecting her from his harrassment, sexual harassment of her, totally unacceptable. we have to do now we have to wait until tomorrow, and we have to hope our colleagues in the new york state assembly start the process of impeachment. the judiciary committee meets tomorrow. they have to get a backbone, steel in their backbone, send those impeachment papers to the floor of the assembly. they will come over to our house. there will be a trial and we can remove this individual and what we can do is send him backing because as he said, the ag said he broke laws locally at the state and at the federal level. almost 15,000 vulnerable individuals who died because he lied and had his staff lie where they died from and --
will: i have to cut you off. i'm running out of time. get both of you very quickly. only have time for one word answer. in your experience and knowledge, go to you senator tedisco first, will he resign before impeachment? >> i think what will happen the impeachment process will start in the new york state assembly and judiciary committee. when they decide to send it to a full house to vote 76 members. at this point he knows it is all over. this is why he will resign. he can't run for office again if we impeachment him. no other group of constituents should face the nightmare we have. will: senator santa barbara, do you expect the same thing. >> i don't think he would resign if his own mother asked him to resign. impeachment is the way forward. the senator is absolutely right. there is enough to positive move forward with expeditious impeachment. thing about state of new york, the moment we to impeach him he is out of office. will: thank you both for your time and that insight.
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student, how did it get this way? >> well thank you so much for having me to discuss this totally insane issue. i lived in denver as you said before working day one in the trump administration and we can all agree that cities should be addressing homelessness issues. she should be alleviating homelessness itself but also for the surrounding community but if you're spending $100,000 per homeless person, and the problem is getting worse, i think that there is a disconnect here. and politicians like to throw money at the problem without thinking, what is causing this problem? we see representative ilhan omar present a one trillion dollar bill, the homes for all act, which would give 10 million freeh new homes but this is not a financial issue. pete: that's right. >> this is social issue. you could back up a dumb trump
multiple times and spend trillions of and trillions of dollars all over the homeless camps. you will not solve the problem unless we address mental health, unless we address substance abuse, unless we address broken families and values and declining marriage rate in this country. pete: why won't the left do that, may? another staggering number they spend four times in the city of denver on homelessness than colorado, the entire state for veterans affairs. if they know what they're doing why don't they do what you're talking about? >> it is too hard. politicians like to throw money. this is not a denver-based problem. this is money is actually federal. this is happening in cities throughout the country. what a slap in the face for middle-class americans who wake up every day, work hard and sacrifice. there is money lying around. it is just not for you. pete: tax paying, law-abiding
citizens in the country left behind, paying 100,000 per person in denver not solving the problem. may davis, thank you so much good information. >> thank you very much. pete: britney spears legal battle is heating up as the pop star's dad shows no battle of letting up. she just got an ipad. she was thrilled about that. the pop star's fight for freedom
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told her the star is mentally sick. >> thanks for having me. ashley: you're a fan of brittany. very pro brittany. i not found one person who has not found that britney spears has the right to get out of this conservatorship. i found it concerning, assume everyone does, jamie her dad is saying her personal conservator, jody montgomery last month, his daughter is mentally sick and wanted to place her under a 5150 psychiatric hold. but then the conservative said it is not true. >> jody -- did make the call on july 9th to jamie, okay? she said she did not say anything with the 5150. jamie asked for investigations into claims that brittany made when she was finally able to testify in front of a judge, okay? so what jody said to him was, she is concerned about brittany's mental state because of him staying as conservator.
she asked that he willingly step down because that is in the best interests of his daughter because making her testify against him, making her go through all of this would be detrimental to her mental health and she has said that and it is. we heard from brittany's own mouth. we heard from brittany's mother. we heard from brittany's boyfriend. we know she wants her father removed. ashley: i have a question. do you think this is all money driven? because he is pushing pretty hard to stay as her conservator. do you think they is money driven thing or concerned about her well being? >> i'm sure he as a parent is concerned some level. he made very poor business decisions. her new attorney has picked a different type of conservator which is jason rubin who does a forensic audit. -- think about that?
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to be. probably not what it is. we'll need to get some investigative reporting, if you know what it is, because you live in clearwater, friends at foxnews.com, email us. i can't stare at something almost every day not not no what it is. will: clearwater beach, florida, wildwood, new jersey, a lot of love on "fox & friends." pete hegseth, ashley strohmier, will cain. you know who else is with us. todd piro at bank con beach grill in long branch, new jersey. hey, todd. >> what the nation doesn't know, you came into the segment, with bts, you came to us from kpop. you are a korean superstar in the musical genre. i wanted to inform the nation as such. will: no. they cut my mic as i sat her wondered aloud what is he talking about.
pete: will cain was a korean pop star before he came to "fox & friendses"? >> he was huge. he was huge. will: i didn't know. big in korea. had no idea. >> let's get to donna. that joke didn't go as well as i thought it was, even though i'm playing the home fame. donna, we're at the jersey shore, a lot of landlords, tenants come in the summer. the cdc told you, donna, told you can't elect? >> who elected them? that woman 12 years ago was a college professor. telling people like me, who are not wealthy landowners we can't collect our rent. how would the government like it, well the cdc said we don't have to pay our taxes because of covid? how would they like that? and our banks, that we have mortgages? they're hurting us. we can't live like this forever and not collect rent and carry a tenant that is sitting home, collecting a check from the government for a sizable amount
every month, sitting in our property while we get stuck holding the bill. >> it's a sentiment befuddling how this concept hasn't gotten through the to the government. there are ways to accomplishing goals but ignore literally half the landlord tenant relationship, step into a private contract, will as a lawyer, this is a taking. it is a flat-out taking. it is unbelievable that it is happening. a lot more great opinions coming up throughout the course of the morning. back to you. will: that is exactly how i described it on the latest episode of the will cain podcast, big in america, not in korea. we talked about it is a taking that the government is confiscating property from landlords by denying them the ability to collect rent while still requiring them to hold true to their mortgage and property taxes. it makes no economic sense. it makes no moral sense. it doesn't make legal sense. the biden administration knows that as well. pete: that is exactly right. they knew they couldn't extend
it. they called on congress to it. they knew congress wouldn't do it. so they called on the cdc to do it? how does the centers for disease control have the power to extend rent moratoriums. will: we check each other during the commercial breaks. are we going insane? how us did the cdc have the power to do this? how is the cdc making law. i don't understand? pete: who peas their rent. ashley: saw it yesterday with the three guests we had on yesterday. will: great interview. ashley: they were, feel the emotion and anger through the tv. pete: often times they know their tenants are capable of paying. that is the vicious cycle of the whole thing. they're collecting money on the side or still have their job or collecting unemployment. they know they don't have to pay even though they paid for 15 years. only the government in the middle of it preventing that pro happening. will: still are. in case you think we're going insane, we're not but those on the left is recognizing it.
bill maher is tearing into his woke culture on his show almost every night. the idea of wokeness, the ideology is literally killing people. listen to this. >> you said that it doesn't get anybody killed. i think it does. defunding the police came from wokeness. i think it will get people killed. the spectator says that the "new york times" refused to investigate they called the biggest story of our time. talking about where the virus originated. maybe it was in the wuhan lab. because they suppressed efforts to probe the virus' origins for among reasons because they thought it was racist. because everything is race. come on. at "the new york times." and so the paper of record is not reporting what i would expect the paper of record to report, accurate news. that is an example of power of wokeness. yes, it does have power. not just one-sided. pete: the audience cheers by the way. notoriously left-wing audience
but, we talked about this too, ashley, your thoughts. he has been a lefty for his entire career, time and time again pointing out lunacy of this. logical end state. ashley: that confuses me so much he has been a big democratic donor. i remember all throughout the election cycle he was hammering republicans and donald trump. now all of sudden he confuses me. i almost don't know who i am listening to when i hear him speak because now he is saying it will, the wokeness of defunding the police will get people killed. even he knows, he is very far left, he knows it is not right. this is bipartisan issue. will: before i joined fox i was not with a korean kpop brand. i was at espn. i will tell you this, since i left espn i have had fans of my prior career said you changed. you changed. i haven't changed. the culture has changed in a short amount of time, 12, 18
month period every thing has changed whoa is bill maher becoming more conservative. no i don't think so. the culture moved here, and he is pulled far in a extreme radical position. pete: go ahead, ashley. ashley: only hope people so far left come more to the center. the only way anything will get figured out in this day and age if more people who are so far right or so far left come to the middle and try to agree on some things to get some movement. pete: i would like to see that. the problem we're going further and further away from the middle. ashley: one person can't do it. pete: i support the police and blue lives matter and defund the police. will: you can't go to the middle when it is going that far left. bill maher hasn't changed. i haven't changed the culture has changed. i think the middle is sometimes used as a placeholder for common sense and rationality and it is not. the problem you have to hold strong to common sense and rationality. which simply means, hey, don't be a racist, don't lie, tell us
the truth. tell us where covid started. pete: report the news, the biggest story that killed millions of people we want to know where it comes from, you're not interested because it might you're looking the other way or might be damaging politically. easy to go wokeness and stay where he is call it out it's a worthwhile part of our conversation. go ahead, ashley. ashley: we're going to talk about the border because this is obviously something that is talked about, at least in my household and people that i know. we're going to talk about the migrant families leaving border patrol discuss i did. they tested positive for covid. it obviously has been a big issue. not only testing positive for covid but you have to think, border patrol agents they come in contact with these people who have covid. they have to be pulled off of their job which puts more stress and strain on border patrols. look at it. it is a mess down there. pete: i hadn't even thought that
part of it, if you're in contact with a covid positive illegal you're potentially quarantining, how much of the force does that affect, we don't know but that is a great point. the stat that is staggering at the bottom of the screen, 18% of illegals leaving cbp custody are covid positive. that means they're tested, dropped on buses to catholic charities or other charities in the community from which they can go anywhere. maybe putting them in a hotel. maybe they're not. who knows. 20%? we're in the middle of a delta variant surge. this is what the biden administration thinks is okay? pete: right. will: congressman andy biggs noticed for all of this, he called for the impeachment of alejandro mayorkas over basically not handling the border crisis. quote, secretary mayorkas is a threat to the sovereignty and security of our nation. as a result of his actions and policies america is nor in danger today than when he began serving as secretary.
secretary mayorkas is not faithfully holding his office and recklessly presiding over immigration enforcement at the against the constitution and risk of security of the united states. pete: hard to see what part of his oath of office he is upholding when the border is wide open, policies reversed, wall laying on the ground, not being put up. he is abdicated responsibility for everyday citizens. he is not wrong. will: congressman tony gonzalez is saying the border to your point, pete, it is as bad as it ever has been. he said this on justice. >> things on the border are bad as they ever been and only getting worse every day. the biden leadership has failed, his policies, his worder policies have failed and rained hell on texas frontier. many people told me what can we do? you can stay vocal and stay
engaged. pete: that is what border governors has done. what governor abbott stay vocal, stay engaged, what things they have at their disposal. it is not one state problem but 48 state problem. who is taking them in? how many are covid positive? where are they going to school? where unaccompanied children going to school? they're going to somebody's school. speak up if you have three new classrooms. that is english as second language. that affects your funding and reporters should look into it. will: turning into few additional headlines. starting with a fox news alert. a shooting leaving one chicago police officer dead and another fighting for his life. >> police, give me two ambulances needed for two sisters down, two officers down. got them coming, baby. got them coming. will: police say the shooting happened during a traffic stop. a two suspects are in custody a third suspect is still on the
run. procession was held for the fallen officer who had been with the department since 2018. california's republican party decides not to endorse any candidates running to replace governor gavin newsom in the upcoming recall election. the party saying quote, we cannot afford to discourage voters passionate about a particular candidate yet may not vote because their favorite candidate didn't receive the endorsement. on to the olympics the u.s. women's basketball team cruising so its 7th straight gold medal with a 90-75 win over japan. meanwhile the u.s. women's volleyball team won their first ever gold medal. the u.s. equestions streetian team winning a silver medal with help of jessica springsteen, daughter of bruce springsteen. the u.s. holds the lead with 113 total medals including 39 gold medals. now we're in first place on gold medals. that is a first.
organization said 19 athletes did not compete after being tested for covid. three were hospitalized. they since have recovered. those are the headlines. pete: important update on clearwater. viewer sent me a text. that is, i don't know if we have it, go to clearwater, florida, the shot we started with show, it is deplayeded water slide. when you inflate it, go down the front or side. visit clearwater. check out the water slide. it is not blown up in the morning. will: they will blow it up before the day gets going. pete: that is very important, what i hear. only are the best. the senate working overtime to pass president biden's massive infrastructure bill but what is this bill opening the door to for the left? jason chaffetz breaks it down next. ♪
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amount of moderate democrats warn will backfire as they urge you to allow a stand-alone vote on the current bill. fox news contributor and former utah congressman jason chaffetz here to react. we knew you would be the guy to help us figure this mess out but last night 18 republican senators voted to advance this bipartisan infrastructure bill knowing there is 3.5 trillion behind it. what is going on here? >> well, that is one of many reasons, pete, why they should never have voted for it. if they were going to engage in a bipartisan approach here they should have secured a deal with the democrats to say you're not going to fill in all the green new deal holes that you didn't get in 24 bipartisan bill right on top much it, but no, that is not the way they're rolling. remember i think it was 17 of the 18 actually voted to proceed before there was any text to the bill. that is what we got. they said it was fully paid for but congressional budget office
said no, it is about $250 billion shy of that. so, we're learning a lot right now. and one of the things that is slowing it down is what senator lummis senator widen and senator toomey are dealing with, how will we tax and regulate cryptocurrencies. that is what we're dealing with in this infrastructure bill. there is a lot of people, there are a lot of people don't know what is in the bill but that is the argument going on the sidelines. pete: talking about cryptocurrency, 2700 pages many of these senators never read. there is $3.1 trillion one behind it. what is in this bill that makes it so good any republican would vote for isn't. >> i think they like the word bipartisan, but i don't, the pay-fors are fake, they're absolutely fake. they're going to pull literally billions of dollars by selling off our strategic petroleum reserve. remember it was biden-harris
administration locked up extract fuel products from federal lands, shut down the pipeline, give russia what they wanted for their pipeline but not here in the united states but sell off the portion of the strategic petroleum reserve? what republican supported that? 18 said it was just fine. pete: put those 18 up to make them famous. how did they not walk into a win-win for democrats? a couple of house democrats saying to nancy pelosi, want to vote on the infrastructure bill. there are the 18 senators. check which ones are yours. nancy pelosi said this isn't passing until we do 3.5 trillion. they might have the votes. this could be a the gateway to 4 1/2, $5 trillion green new deal? >> that is on top of the literally trillions of dollars that is mandatory programmatic spending that goes on. on top of the covid relief packages. part of the way they're paying for the infrastructure bill take
from some of the covid money previously appropriated. this is the most that is washington, d.c. they need to slow down. they need to make sure they get it right but, nancy pelosi doesn't have a sure thing over on her side. she has only four seat majority. the now the moderates saying 3.5 trillion. there are probably going to be tax hikes in that. that is what most people want to see. pete: such an important point. this is on top of the regular budget cycle that's happening. a lot of people looking on the conservative side of the aisle. isn't there a election on 2022 maybe the gavel changeses you do something differently? in the name of bipartisanship. it is maddening. listen to jason in the house, jason chaffetz pod cost on fox news pod cost.com. appreciate it. new calls to defund the police. democrats are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on
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as you mentioned free people, free markets, free speech all the values we think are under attack by woke culture. we think we did a good job illustrating that. will: you did a wonderful job. pete: you feel in the woke culture corporations bowing to the left-wing orthodoxy, you have a market opportunity here, i want to support something i believe in. >> absolutely. see companies like nike, big tech, censoring free speech. most americans value free speech and want corporate brands standing up to it. that is what we want to do. ashley: i feel like wine brings people together. was there any other options you had or was it our product was going to be wine? >> we wanted to build a brand that would bring people together and stand up for these values and we thought wine would be that. what brings people together than raising a toast of and to free the people. pete: wine brings out free
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third, fourth grade. what a awesome bang haircut i had there. that is me and brian brenberg, fox news contributor, friend of mine as a kid. that was another school year, day one, waiting for the school bus, ready to go. will: there is me on the left, underwater. i didn't have many pictures asked me for back back to school photos. i had summer photos to offer. that other photo. don't know if we had the other one. pete: underwater will. ashley: i have to say, i'm on the bang bandwagon with pete there. pete: you are. ashley: kindergarten, christ the king, first day of school. the lower third, my feet were huge. i looked at that picture, still can't see them, thank god. look how big my feet look. i told you. pete: they cut it off. ashley: so big they still show
cut off. pete: disproportionate in that photo. you grew up. you're fine. you grew into them. will: truly a back to school photo. bring in joe concha, media columnist and here on the couch. >> get to see ashley's feet. they are humongous. ashley: seven 1/2. right, whatever. >> well-done. well-done. pete: first "fox & friends weekend" couch guest quite some time. consider it an honor. >> thank you. i will be a trivia question one day. pete: you might also be, what might be a trivia question one day? chris cuomo. his brother has things going on. don't know if you heard that. >> i heard that. pete: a preplanned birthday vacation, ignored the whole problem his brother is having, taking a vacation. how do you think cnn's chris cuomo is handling things these
days. >> chris cuomo should take a permanent vacation. helping a brother in need. you're a prime time news anchor and drafting statements for your brother governor, how to smear credible people, 11 of them, women, sexual harassment allegations pushing back on that. piously going back on your show as an anchor you have to believe all women that brett kavanaugh is guilty until proven innocent. cnn fired three employees. showed up to work while not vaccinated. what is the tolerance, jeffrey toobin on a work call ends in a happy ending what is that all aabout. pete: keep your job. >> or chris cuomo, faking his own quarantine, right, everything that happened last year. so it just show you that cnn has no standards whatsoever and the ratings aren't exactly reflecting a successful story here because they're getting eat
by, let me ask all three of you, have you heard of the channel insp? ashley: no, should i. >> happy to do advertising for them. they play old westerns. in chris cuomo peacetime spot they play gun smoke. that is beating cuomo. i swear to god that is true. insp, network no one heard of. they wrote, thanks for mentioning us on fox. i said no problem. they're beating cnn. will: ask the question you asked me during the break. ashley: we saw the obama party, said it was scaled back. we saw the giant tent. will and i were talking about that during the break. you know, i am pro party. if you want to do that go for it but it is hypocritical. >> i'm pro jell-o shots at parties. ashley: that is what i'm talking about. pete: we love it. ashley: that is not less than 500. >> good news is, will is former ports guy, that will host the super bowl. congratulations. i don't know where to start
here. they had what, 600 guests that were supposed to come. they scaled it back to 250? that is supposed to make some sort of difference? how did all the people get there by the way? private jet. will: john kerry got there, private jet, climate czar. pete: chrissy teigen took a break from bullying people on twitter. came to the party. >> what if you're disinvited, larry david or david letterman. pete: david axelrod got disinvited. he was in the biden administration. did you keep your invitation. will: i gave it up. i wanted to follow the science. will: i thought you were going to ask him this question which you asked me during the commercial break, i honestly don't know the answer, joe might. chris cuomo is taking a vacation. >> preplanned. >> is that common to take a vacation. will: how coincidental are the vacation. >> amazing. run into the controversy he is
off i guess to the hamptons. ashley: my 84-year-old grandmother texted me says she watches gunsmoke. >> mid segment checking texts. >> somebody is watching it over chris cuomo. >> i heard a lot of people born before 1950. insp, how dare you not know what that is? say hi to grandma for me. we'll do jell-o shots later. ashley: she is not the jell-o shots. >> watching insp. pete: may have had a jell-o shot last night. adult party last night, no kids. resulted in something i just don't have tolerance anymore. pete: delivered this morning. joe concha, showed up. >> got to go i'm told. thank you. pete: turn it over to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth for the fox weather forecast. rick, when is the last time you took a jell-o shot? rick: don't make me answer that.
impressed the grandma knows what a jell-o shot is. she knows what a jell-o shot is. pete: have you hopped on that cow? got to go. rick: talk a little bit of weather. temperatures warm across the central plains. warm to start in areas of florida. the northeast a little cool. we have showers going on. in fact feeling really cool this morning. one area of storms moving quickly. it will start the day off along the coast, i-95 corridor with scattered showers. it will dry out later on. we'll see things improve. big storms across the central part of the country. had them overnight. rain overnight across parts of minnesota and wisconsin. we really need moisture there. that is really good news actually. we'll see more later on today. show you on sundays, how much rain you will get the coming week. look at this. we see moisture across parts of the southwest.
arizona, mexico get monsoonal moisture. across areas of the east look pat this we'll see scattered showers as well. nothing throughout the week they'll will be a major problem with anybody. guys, back to you. will: thank you, rick. coming up the race to call california governor gavin newsom is heating up as republican challengers are picking up support. new numbers could signal trouble for the governor. todd piro live in new jersey having breakfast with friends all morning. hype man. ♪. so you only pay for what you need. hot dog or... chicken? only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ the sleep number 360 smart bed is on sale now. it's the most comfortable, dually-adjustable, foot-warming, temperature-balancing...
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beach grill. good morning. >> get right to it. stan, you're a veteran. thank you for your service. how is the country doing honoring our veterans? >> how about a government that takes care of its veterans who are homeless, committing suicide daily, but taking care of persons who shouldn't be here illegally. >> where has patriotism gone in our country? >> waning badly. to all the children, honor your mother and father, honor your flag, remember all the veterans that died to give you the freedoms you enjoy. >> simple message, it often gets lost. steve, you called joe biden's approach to the second amendment hypocritical. why? >> he is looking to take our second amendment rights away for the people who have legal guns. because the people that don't have legal guns are committing all the crimes. >> it is very odd, isn't it? it is very odd. thank you. priscilla, priscilla ready to
go. i'm scared of this. priscilla, your message when it comes to joe biden and the border. >> stop letting illegals come in. stop letting criminals come in. let's have america back. why aren't you working for us? why are you working for illegals? why are you doing this to us? you're not qualified to run a country. a president respects americans, supports americans and honors the constitution. you have done none of that and we don't know why. but we don't want you to lead us anymore. >> don't mess with priscilla. finally ann marie, message to republicans? >> they should fight back more for their constituents and stop being wimps and fight like trump and be supportive of trump. >> that's it for this hour. will, we're going to toss it on back to you. will: fired up there in long branch. thanks, todd. we'll check in with todd all throughout the morning. now to this republican challengers are neck-and-neck in the recall election to replace
california governor gavin newsom. according to new data, their fight to flip california red could soon become reality thanks to one key voting group, latinos. 51% of hispanics in california share negative sentiment towards the governor. here to react plus ceo, big data analyst an analytics in the hispanic market, lily gill valetta. good to see you this morning. we're targeting here latinos. they could flip many districts red. could overturn, recall gavin newsom. what voting issue is motivating latinos. >> it is every day issues, will. it is jobs, the economy, getting back to work, lowering taxes getting to support the american dream. many like me, who are immigrants and hispanic dissent want to achieve what is possible in this great nation.
we saw it during the 2020 elections. 14 seats flipped to the republicans. eight of those happened in highly hispanic districts. one of them right there in california where mike garcia, for example, got north los angeles and flipped it to the gop. there is a playbook. now a trend that we're seeing in different places around the country, that the hispanic vote is up for grabs and it is caring for all american issues. will: we have it on screen. california districts that flipped red. you see the districts and percentage of the hispanic population in those districts that flipped red. lily, i'm fascinated by this, what you laid out there, motivating late teen another voters is sort of a broad political agenda republicans hold. i'm curious what the past 12 months, what role the last 12 months might have played, when it comes clearly to racial politics and pandemic politics have shoved everything -- that is what has taken the front seat in everybody's minds and i'm
curious how the latino population in california has responded to for example, crt in school or making everything racial, largely black and white, or lockdowns and mask mandates and vaccine politics, how all of that is playing with latinos? >> well you just saw the numbers, will. we analyzed over 700,000 digital discussions in the last 30 days and hispanics in california actually report the most negative sentiment with the governor. that is directly correlated to some of the very restrictive covid policies which as we know he actually broke in front of many and got caught when he was out with his friends in a restaurant. a lot of hispanics, one in four small business owners in california happens to be latino. a lot of us work in the industries that get mostly affected when there are lockdowns. restaurant industry and all of that. all -- of course in this case we'll chase the policy, not the
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wildwood or clearwater, so they said we're going to give will a little wildwood. will: yeah, i went there once. i went there for a football tournament. pete: a football tournament. will: soccer. ashley: that's what i thought, football. will: [inaudible] president lots of great patriots in wildwood. i'm serious, new jersey's got the most rabid conservatives in the country. will: speaking of rabid conservative e patriots in new jersey, todd piro is at bacon beach grill in new jersey. oh, there's his mom. pete: his mom. >> reporter: and one of the best things about being in jersey this weekend is it's my mom's birthday weekend. happy birthday, mom. [applause] and one of the great things about my mom, she's a jazzercise fan.
and when she said the people, hey, my kid's coming to do a segment, she got the jazzercise gals here! [cheers and applause] all jazzercise, all the time. speaking of which, one of my mom's jazzercise friends, all joking aside, you tell me you're worried when the weather gets cooler, they're going to send you inside, and the government's going to force you to exercise in a mask. how's that going to work? >> it doesn't work. i had to do that when we first went back inside x it's not healthy at all. i wound up with a headache, i felt nauseous, and it's just not a healthy thing for people to be working out in that kind of environment. >> reporter: i've got to wear a mask on the train every day. i don't have a problem doing that, but when you're working out, boy, that really hurts. kathy, thank you very much. we're going to turn this into a jazz orer size for the next two
hours. check back in with us. being in jersey, everybody's got a guy for everything x this is joe. really nothing to talk about. joe with, my meat guy. >> just meat. if. [laughter] >> reporter: with that, pete knows my meat guy -- pete: i got the meat. it's really good. todd, you're right, when i moved to jersey, i didn't know about it, but everybody's got a guy for everything. i got guys everywhere. will: jazzercise -- >> reporter: let me tell you, they love you guys back there. all these guys and gals are your guys. call 'em up, they got whatever you need. pete: i loved last segment, todd. i call it common sense wisdom. there's so much basic, patriotic views coming out of there. what a group. keep it coming. will: all right. let's take you across for one
moment, taking you into the future. take a look at this video as thousands pack the streets of paris in defiance of covid-19 vaccine passports. meanwhile, why is this a view into our future? because dr. anthony fauci says to expect a flood of vaccine mandates after the vaccine receives full fda approval. here's what he told "usa today." organizations, enterprises, colleges that have been reluctant, if you want to work in this plant, you have to get vaccinated. if if you want to work in this enterprise, you've got to get vaccinated. if you want to work in this hospital, you've got to get vaccinated. all of a sudden your decision not to get vaccinated goes beyond your own influences in society. a flood with vaccine mandates and how we can satisfy it with
passports, the kind which you're seeing protested in paris. ashley: another issue i have with the fact is if you've had covid, your doctor tells you not to get the shot 90 days after, you've to got all kinds of issues. but also the privacy in showing that passport at a door at a restaurant to get in, i would not feel comfortable showing someone my private medical information that, i mean, has no business seeing it -- pete: no right -- ashley: no. pete: it's personal health information for a reason. and, ultimately, it leads to scary places. that's the fourth straight weekend of protests in paris. i would like to think we would see the same reaction here unless we've gotten so complacent and so willing to say follow the science means help bureaucrats or dr. fauci or the cdc gets to tell us whether our rent moratoriums are extended or whether our kids have to wear masks in kindergarten. do we respect the fact that the virus is real, that the vaccine
works, that you can make a personal choice based on your health risks to mitigate it as necessary as a free human being rather than the idea anywhere you go, grocery store, restaurant, i've got the shot, here's my papers? here's my vaccine passport? that's where dr. fauci wants to go. you know that's where joe biden will allow him to lead it. and that's a scary reality. will: not to paint myself as nostradamus, i knew, we knew that in august we'd begin to have a debate about whether or not your children would have to be masked and vaccinated. we knew by september we'd be talking about vaccine passports. i think the point is what is next. this growth in man a dauts and requirements doesn't -- mandates and requirements doesn't go backwards, it only goes forward. now a podcast slightly more
popular than mine is the joe rogan podcast, and he laid this perfectly out, it doesn't go backwards. listen to this. >> if they can figure out a way to force you into carrying papers, into carrying something that lets you enter businesses or lets you do this or lets businesses open, as soon as you give politicians power, any kind of power that didn't exist previously, historically they don't relinquish that power. they find new reasons to use it. this is the first experiment in self-government that actually worked, and it created the greatest superpower the world's ever known. and how did it do that? it did it through freedom. when you give people freedom, they actually find ways to succeed and grow and thrive. as soon as you tell them you have to do this or you can't do that, you have to listen to me, now you have a mini dictator. you have one step away from king.
you're moving one step closer to dictatorship. that's what the [bleep] is happening. that's what's going to happen with the vaccine passports. ashley: okay. the thing that i have the biggest issue with and it is what i am scared to death of, as soon as you give politicians of any kind, historically they don't relinquish that power. i am afraid everybody has become complacent and we're not going to get it back. president reagan said the closest thing to eternal life is a government program or a government mandate. they never want to roll it back. and the only thing standing between what they want to do and our freedom is the constitution, the declaration of independence and the constitution. the spreading out of powers, the separation of powers, understanding too much power sol dated anywhere is always -- consolidated anywhere or is always used improperly. and you know folks on the left want to get rid of and steam roll a lot of those basic principles in the name of science, in the name of safety, that they can tell you what to
do because it could affect somebody else. they've ryed it -- tried it in other places, and now it has to do with to covid-19 vaccine. will: i think the scariest part is how how many of our fellow americans are complacent, but become the enforcers of this authoritarianism, that they willingly enforce a mask mandate, a vaccine passport under the name of protection and security. fear is such a powerful motivator. perhaps the most powerful motivator. and we have given in to fear. what have we given away in that giving in to fear? well, that's a question of what's next because it will not stop, to row began's -- rogan's point. ashley: it's almost as if people have forgotten that politicians work for us. we don't work for them. pete: well, that's the idea of we, the people. they're supposed to represent this.
we've talked about the fact thatting, ultimately, it's dangerous places that are unknowable, and it's, i think about my kids and their compliance and, ultimately, it's now on people who are telling us to wear a mask to tell us you have to -- i messed that all up. the idea is i don't need to comply as a default. i should say a i'm not wearing a mask because i believe i'm safe. ultimately, it's on you to say in this private business you have to put the mask on, don't think you're going to make people feel comfortable. will: i totally agree with that. i know we have to go, we're going in a dangerous place that i think is knowable because the history of this, this planet, of humanity is one of dictatorship, is one of authoritarianism. pete: it is. will: this experiment is the exception. this experiment is rare. so what we will do is return to every other experiment in human
governance. pete: amen. well said. we turn now to a live look at ap capitol hill where senators are resuming infrastructure talks today. mark meredith joins us live from washington with more. >> reporter: hey, pete, good morning. the senate's going to to be back in session this afternoon. lawmakers have been working through the weekend to move this bipartisan infrastructure bill forward. and while it appears it's still on track to pass, we don't -- [no audio] >> reporter: he says it's about jobs and also about building better energy transmission lines. he also says we can't afford not to do it. but the price tag is exactly what has tennessee republican senator bill hagerty so upset, the government estimating the proposal will add $256 billion
to the deficit. on saturday the senator made sure they could not move it forward speedily because of certain amendments, and here's what he had to say yesterday. >> there's absolutely no reason for rushing this process. attempting to limit scrutiny of this bill other than the democrats' completely artificial, self-imposed and prettily-driven timeline -- politically-driven timeline. >> reporter: most, if not all republicans are likely to vote no on a much larger spending package, human infrastructure. house speaker pelosi also demanding the senate pass that quickly as well before sending infrastructure over to the white house. but as you guys know, democrats control the house with a slim majority, so this is a bit of a delicate balancing act for democrats. we're hearing from former president trump urging republicans to stand against both bills. will, pete and ashley, back to you guys. pete: there we go, human
infrastructure. everything's infrastructure because that's a popular word in the polling. you know what? rather than us pontificate can, we had jason chaffetz on earlier, and here's his reaction to what's going on on cap poll hill. >> i think they like the word bipartisan. they should never have voted for it. if they were going to engage in a bipartisan approach here, they should have secured a deal with the democrats that say you're not going to just fill in all your green deal holes you didn't get on this bipartisan bill right on top of it, but, no, that's not the way they're rolling. this is a mess if, this is washington d.c. they need to slow down, they need to make sure they get it right. pete: it's a 2700-page bill that most of the folks have never read, it's the precursor to $3.5 trillion, the bill itself isn't that good, and 18 republican senators voted to advance knowing exactly what it means. it's crazy. will: human infrastructure. pete: yep. excuse me. i've got a snotty nose. man p i just wiped it, now can't
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cause is still under investigation. and it is international cat day. the annual holiday celebrates our feline friends and raises awareness of the number of cats in rescue each year here's photos of my cats back at home, storm and trooper. they're rescue cats. one of them rummaging through the fridge. if we leave it open, it's dangerous, and one of them snuggling with my daughter gwendolyn. and, by the way, will, i know you're thrilled, ashley, one of my cats -- right there, storm -- is in the green room now. and he will be joining us on the couch at the top of the next hour. will: you don't want to miss this because there's a great mystery of what this cat will do -- pete: it's a wonderful, kind cat, ashley. never been to the big city.
it's right now in the green room. my son gunner over there is in charge of watching -- ashley: does he get violent? pete: no, he's not violent. will: not declawed. ashley: could be a bad thing. we'll see. [laughter] pete: international cat day, we're doing it up right. we also have topics to discuss with joey jones, so don't go anywhere on fox. my psoriatic arthritis pain? i had enough! it's not getting in my way. joint pain, swelling, tenderness... much better. my psoriasis, clearer... cosentyx® works on all of this. four years and counting. so watch out. i got this! watch me. real people with active psoriatic arthritis look and feel better with cosentyx. cosentyx works fast for results that can last. it treats the multiple symptoms of psoriatic arthritis, like joint pain and tenderness, back pain, and helps stop further joint damage. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx.
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♪ pete: we're back with a fox news alert. the taliban gaining more ground in afghanistan. the terrorist group taking control of the third provincial capital overtaken in the past three days and the first major city since their sweeping military offensive began in may. here the react, fox news contributor and retired marine bomb tech joey jones and our friend. joey, thanks for being here. you know, i feel like a lot of us saw this coming, the taliban
gaining ground, with but now they're taking over major cities. your reaction to the development. >> well, i guess it's predictable if not -- it's not surprise, it's predictable. this is probably the fourth president in a row who's really just failed to do anything in afghanistan to insure that our sacrifices resulted in anything other than the taliban being as strong if not stronger than the day we started there in 2001. and i guess for someone like myself and even yourself, pete, with friends that have served and fought and died in afghanistan, all we can do is look and say thanked god there hasn't been another 9/11, and maybe that's the end result of what we were able to accomplish, is that for 20 years at least by fighting the taliban on their own turf we prevented that from happening. because right now, today, there's no other way to claim victory, there's no other victory to really claim. pete: yeah. it's in the afghans' hands. it's their fight at this point, and i think you're right about the takeaway -- well, you know, pete, it's their fight, but
we're the ones that put them in this position. by staying there for 20 years and not demanding or at least insuring that they had some semblance of opportunity to take control of their country. for 20 years every two years between the presidential election and the midterms we kind of wavered, and we really haven't demanded they do anything to take control of their country. absolutely, i'm not saying it's our fight, but we shouldn't be surprised that we tried to create a peace deal with the taliban and they're already breaking it. pete: you're right, it was a half hearted exercise, and we'll see what happens there. i've got to get your take on another topic. mexico, the government of mexico is suing firearm brands in the united states, brands like this which folks will recognize, bret that, colt, smith & wesson, glock. the government of mexico is suing them. here's a portion of the lawsuit saying defendants like these
brands right here design, market, distribute and sell guns in ways they know routinely arm the drug cartels in mexico. defendants use reckless and corrupt gun dealers and dangerous and illegal sales practices that the cartels rely on to get their guns. the mexican government suing gun manufacturers for their problem of cartels? [laughter] >> yeah. this juxtaposition here, the irony here is if we sued the mexican government for allowing drug cartels to operate in their country and pill into the united states, that would be about the same thing -- spill into the united states. they're kuwaiting american gun manufacturers -- equating american gun manufacturers to the cartels that operate in their country. and the real irony is if the mexican citizens had a second amendment like we do, cartels possibly would not be running that country, and they probably would not have 30 murders for over 100,000. their murder rate is more than five times greater than ours, and they want the think our
manufacturers are the reason why. it's preposterous. their greatest imports to our country are drugs and murderous thugs and our manufacturers abiding by our laws are somehow the reason why? you know, the closest thing to this is the settlement that remington met with the survivors of sandy hook, but i don't see legally any way for this to be successful for them. and, honestly, i think anti-gun american organizations' hands all over this. pete: interesting. couldn't have said it better myself. joey jones, appreciate it, brother. >> thank you. pete: coming up, a former d.c. city council candidate pushing for a african-american autonomous zone. our next guest says this is a political statement more than anything else. that story after the break. so get relief fast. only tylenol rapid release gels have laser-drilled holes. they release medicine fast for fast pain relief.
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♪ will: foreman at large d.c. council candidate wants to create african-american awe on autonomous zones in the city giving the regions their own mayor and city council member operating separately from d.c. government. addison is telling "fox & friends" to deny regions for our self-determination is to deny us our basic human rights. all races should have the right to control their institutions in their communities. here to react is your college professor and cofounder of free black thought, eric smith. eric, thanks for being with me this morning. so, okay, an african-american autonomous zone. they are primarily african-american neighborhoods in the city, currently in the city of washington, d.c. that addison started proposing, i guess, their own governmental primarily black not neighborhoods, but cities, autonomous zones.
what is your reaction to this? >> well, i'm of two minds about it. i think the cons outweigh the pros. so what are the pros? this country is no stranger to ethnic homogeneity in town, right? -- in towns, right in italians have their own neighborhoods, jew have -- jews have their own neighborhoods. the issue is they've succeeded, they didn't succeed. what i mean by that is integration was always the plan. they didn't want to segregate. they had to at the time. but integration was always the plan, and this is going backwards. will: right. i think it's interesting, the language you those there. there's no it doubt that americans make choices, and we can pass judgment on the choices that we all make to live in neighborhoods where people look or act or make similar amounts of must be to us. that happens. the question is do we formalize
that, do we formalize that into governmental entities. that doesn't seem like a step forward, that seems like a step backward towards enforced governmental segregation. i'm having a hard time looking at this, eric, and looking at the lens of, well, i thought we were trying to leave behind segregation, governmentally-reinforced neighborhoods. this seems like a massive step backwards. >> well, i understand the desire to, you know, control the place where you live, right? to have institutional control of your own community. 9 i get that. but framing it many race is, yes, a step backwards. we don't need to do that. unfortunately, when you look at things like critical race theory and contemporary anti-racism, the next logical step in that ideology is segregation. will: right. >> my biggest fear is that this is just the first of many
incidents where people will try to argue for segregation, resegregation. will: it seems like that's the inevitable path we're on, eric, i mean, beyond just proposals, the conversation, the national dialogue is reminiscent of the types of conversations we tried to leave behind in the 1940s and '50s. eric, can i do this? i know we're running out of time. if we can scroll up, just how he describes this area. there we go. this is the idea of the black autonomous zones. i'm not advocates for white people and non-black people to be cleared out to make room for black autonomous regions, they're simply the same regions that black people have segregatr resigned to for decades. if a white person is comfortable, they're more than welcome to stay. it's more than skin color. the values of people that live in a certain area, the ideas of people that live in a certain
idea. but, my god, manage we're talking about now -- man, we're talking about now resegregation. we're talking about racialized societies enforced by governmental order. i just, i can't believe we're at this point, eric. >> well, this is also one of the reasons why we started free black thought, this idea that all african-americans think the same. do all african-americans need these areas, want segregation? i seriously doubt that. but according to sarter, that is exactly what's happening. i think this is misrepresentation of the african-american communities, and i think it's a detriment to the african-american community to separate from the larger union. it's the last thing we need now. will: yeah. but it does seem the inevitable end result of the conversation that's begun in this country. do we want to be judged by our character or do we want to retriballize? this seem like the inevitable end result. i'd love to have more
conversations going forward with you, eric. thank you. for your time. >> thank you. will: a bold suggestion -- >> perhaps it's time to start naming these new variants after them. why not call it the desantis variant? will: i think the hair dye is getting to his brain. we'll get reaction from mike huckabee next. ♪ nothing rhymes with liberty mutual. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ with voltaren arthritis pain gel my husband's got his moves back. an alternative to pain pills voltaren is the first full prescription strength gel for powerful arthritis pain relief... voltaren the joy of movement so what's going on? [dog] i'm a talking dog. the other issue. [dog] oh...i'm scratching like crazy.
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♪ ♪ will: coming up a little later in the show, creative ways to give classic kid foods an adult twist. are you hosting that, pete? [laughter] pete: i might be the chef. will: that sounds right up your alley. pete: i don't know where i heard it, ashley, i heard you have the an tighten or the taste of a 6-year-old. [laughter] ashley: i know, and when they asked what my favorite foods were, they said, oh, he's going to be thrilled. pete: fantastic. ashley: so you can thank me later. pete: we're going to make them adult foods, socially acceptable for us us to eat. [laughter] pete: all right. someone else who enjoys food, i presume, mike huckabee, fox news
contributor and former governor of arkansas. what's your favorite kid food that you consume as an adult, governor? >> i'm thinking that you guys have just gotten some left others from obama's birthday heart -- leftovers. don't kitted us, we -- kid us, we know better. with the exception of prime rib and a ribeye steak, i don't think too many 6-year-olds would say. will: i don't think we have any of obama's leftover meatless menu -- pete: this would be a lot left over though. [laughter] ashley: hey, mike, we want to get this to really quickly. i want to run this down, and we want to get your reaction on the other side. basically, jim acosta attacking desantis. let's play it and get your reaction. >> people should not have to die to some politicians can own the -- they're not owning anybody, but they may end up
owning the pandemic because they're prolonging it. perhaps it's time to start naming these new variants that may be coming out after them. instead of the delta variant, why not call it the desantis variant? we could sell boor cooz cooseys that say don't florida my fauci. and use the money to help pay for all the funerals that'll be coming in the days to come. ashley: so, mike -- will: why was he speaking so slowly? ashley: my thought is the left keeps attacking desantis because they view him as a threat. >> i think that's a lot of it. but, look, jim acosta has no credibility. if you could buy him for what he's worth and sell him for what he thinks he's worth, you would be in the same wealth range as elon musk, warren buffett and jeff bezos. he has such an inflated view of his own opinion and his value to
the world. he's not a journalist, and what he said was ridiculous. republicans are not causing the virus, and they're not prolonging it. a lot of the people who aren't getting the vaccine are minorities, and i don't think many of them are republicans. and part of the reason that people have been reluctant to get the vaccine is because of the comments of joe biden and kamala harris when they said they wouldn't that take it if donald trump had anything to do with it. and so the doubts that have been put in the minds of a lot of americans, including a lot of people in rural america, poor america and minority america, the democrats own that. it's not the republicans. a lot of us as republicans, we've had the shot. so it's not like we're keeping people from it. it's absurd they're the ones making this political. will: i mean, 30 something odd percent of african-americans have received the covid vaccine. is that because they're all big tucker carlson fans? that's the way they're explaining it. you're a fox news fan,
therefore, you're vaccine hesitant. are the people marching in the streets of paris today all tuned in toes us right now? they're upset about vaccine mandates, and that's our fault as well. but perhaps the real issue is across the world and not just here in america. >> well, i get it. cnn's ratings are so low that there are more people sitting in a single booth at an atlanta area waffle house than watch cnn on any given moment. [laughter] but it's absurd to try to blame this on a political subgroup. will: right. >> the fact is people make up their own minds. and, you know, i'd like to see people take every precaution. i think what people are resisting is not the vaccine, nor are they being ridiculously naive ant the impact and the effect of covid. i think that they just have gotten sick of the government who continually sends them mixed messages, and maybe if government would give a little humility and say, you know, we
beerged this up, we got a lot of -- boogerred this up, we got a lot of this wrong, and we want to apologize. here's what we know today, this is the best information we can give you, i think, honestly, that would go a long way to helping move us forward. pete: yeah. and the thing we are not supposed to say, wuhan virus, china virus, now turns around and says it's the desantis variant. [laughter] it's amazing, their own alternative universe have. i've got to the to get your take on one more thing, governor, as well. it's been amazing to watch socialists, progressives celebrate, representatives like cori bush who was on the steps of the capitol, sleeping out overnight saying we need to extend the moratorium on rent, and ultimately, she won. i mean, the white house moved on and through the cdc is extending this eviction moratorium, and there's a lot of indications that progressives feel emboldened by their activist tactics, that the socials feel like when they scream loud enough, joe biden does what they
say. is that, ultimately, the dynamic in washington right now? >> that's exactly a what's happening, pete. this is a clear indication that the far left wing of the party, they're running the white house. when people say who's really in charge? you're looking at her right there on the screen, cori bush, expect people like her, a aoc, bernie sanders. they're the ones who are calling the shots, and if they don't get their way, they act like children throwing a tantrum in the aisle of the grocery store when their mother tells them they can't have a sugared cereal. instead they scream and yell, what happens? they get the cereal. what needs to happen with the child is maybe a flip-flop across his rear end. what we're doing with these people in congress, we're rewarding them. we're giving them exactly what they want, and when you reward bad behavior, you get more bad behavior, and that's what we're getting. pete: right. governor mike huckabee, thank you very much for your time. appreciate it, as always. will: thank you, governor. >> have a great sunday, guys.
will: let's turn now to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth for our fox weather forecast. good among, rick. -- morning, rick. rick: three areas that we're watching for potential development over the next couple of days, nothing that's going to immediately develop here, but this time of year we see storms develop and some of our models indicating at least one of these likely to develop into something pretty significant. we're going to be watching some of this maybe get closer towards the coastal areas of the eastern seaboard, sometime latter part of this week, so plenty of time to watch it. just heads up, everyone across the area. we're heading towards the peak of hurricane season. all right, guys, back to you. pete: thank you, rick. ashley: okay. so today is international cat day, and we are celebrating right here on "fox & friends." pete's cat storm is here. plus, todd piro is live in new jersey having breakfast with friends all morning long. he's having a good old time.
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pete: pragmatic at the same time. will: let's head back to garden state where todd piro is having breakfast in long ranch, new jersey. pete: he joins us now from the bacon beach grill. todd, take it away. >> reporter: hey, pete. not so beautiful outside today, but i didn't want to leave the people outside hungering for more, no pun intended, so we decided to come outside and ask the fine focus here, ivy, you used to go to new york city all the time. you're too afraid now, why? >> that's true. well, the crime statistics. every day when you watch in the morning, gun violence, defunding the police, i have a big issue with that. i am concerned for myself, my children, my grandchildren. i'm a new york girl, i went into the is city for work, for play, for theater, for restaurants. i am afraid for my life now. and reading the headlines yesterday in the new york incident that happened where a woman nonchalantly came out of
her car, walked over to someone maybe 8 feet from her, another woman x shot her in cold blood in the head, he died, i fear for -- she divided, i fear for my life. >> reporter: these are scary times. you're 100% right. nancy, you say tourism's better, but there's one thing holding us back. what is it? >> unfortunately, many of the small businesses who cater to tourtism have had difficulty getting people to work, and there's not a lot of incentives to return to work because of the more than generous unemployment benefits. >> reporter: this isn't a talking point. this is real life are. businesses are actually experiencing this. and along those lines, mike, you say businesses can't find supplies. what are you seeing out there? >> raw materials, plastics, there's a car dealership across the street from my business, and they're out of cars. ful they have no cars. they can't get chips, like i said, plastics are -- we deal with some raw materials, chemicals, can't get plastic drums, can't get the raw
materials, prices of the chemicals are going up, everything's going up sky high. >> reporter: inflation. john, what is wokeness doing to our country? >> it's simply dumbing down the american children and also you american adults. it is the way of a minority, the small group of tiny, little people who think that they know better than majority. you, everybody in this room is a good american. nobody's following that particular line. i personally believe that if we continue to dumb down america and our children, we will get the benefit of negativism like we've never seen before. >> reporter: john, thank you very much. pete, will and ashley, back to you. will: thanks, todd. pete: thanks, todd, appreciate it. well,ing speaking of food, still ahead, do we have -- you have a
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♪♪ ashley: are your kids picky eaters? pete: today we're giving childhood classic meals a creative adult twist. will: we're here with chef john doherty with restaurant black barn, 23 years as the chef atwal do have astoria. >> everybody loves pizza. this time of year we do fresh fig pizza. black truffle oil on it, we've got some nice cheese, fresh
figs, a fig jam, we put some arugula on it for a little spiciness, and who wouldn't like that? engineered for perfection. pete: sorry, chef. >> we oven roast our tomatoes, a brand of beef, beautiful cheese, we make our own pork belly, french fries with parmesan cheese. will: cut that thing up. whoa. >> and then yesterday we started brunch. our chefs just came up with this awesome french toast right here with raspberry preserve on top. berries -- that's french toast, right. pete: wow. >> and then some meringue on top and watch this, we give it a little sizzle -- ashley: oh, this is where it gets fancy. pete: playing with fire. >> come on. don't tell me she's -- there we
go. nice like a little baked alaska here, right in we'd put it in the oven, but i don't have an on, so we can hit it with a torch, works too. pete: to that -- do that at home? >> this is beautiful. it tastes amazing. we soak the bread with vanilla, orange zest -- pete: what kind of bread is that? >> brioche. we make our own. sorry, i destroyed the burger. i waited -- we've been closed for a year, i've waited a year to have this burger. waited a year. why? because we've been closed for a year. just reopened. will: we're going to give these, people need to have these recipes, need to have this food, and they can find it at a black barn restaurant.com. chef, thank you so much for sharing some of this stuff. >> thank you. ashley: thank you so much. will: all right. it might look like a piece of cake, but the family behind the tiktok craze cake flipping is
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♪♪ ♪ ♪ pete: he's doing so well. my cat storm making his couch debut right here. he's been with us all morning. it's international cat day. will: it is. pete: this is storm. he's stepbrother of his brother cooper, and my son gunner, come here, real quick, he's been watching the cat all morning. he's a delightfully kind cat.
friends. pete: oh, my son's here too. [laughter] he's on cat duty. nice choice of shirt. glad to see you dressed up for us. [laughter] hey, he's representing the army and west point, i love it. will: kind of like todd piro who's at the bacon beach grill in long branch, new jersey. who do you have with you now? >> reporter: i have fran. and, pete, you were here for a great diner segment, fran is so gracious to open up bacon beach grill to us. how bad is it out there? >> it's very, very bad. customers still are afraid to come out. and if we can't get any ppp money -- >> reporter: which i don't understand, i thought everybody was. >> no, it depends what bank you use in order to get ppp money, and it's very, very hard.
prices are going up every day. >> reporter: hiring workers? >> hiring workers is -- i have so many -- we can't find workers. >> reporter: i will say the fine folks that have been helping us out today have been absolutely amazing. but for a place like this during the summer you need more people. >> without a doubt. i am so fortunate, the people i do have are great. some of them actually work for half pay some days when we're not making it. we just need people like you to come out and tell people that that we're till hurting. we still need assistance. it's very, very rough. jr. to help out fran here at the bacon beach grill, go to my social media pages, i posted a gofundme for this place. fran's not alone. so many businesses out there are struggling. help them out to the extent that you can. we're not out of this yet. guys, back to you. ashley: thanks, todd. will: it was a little bit hard to focus because my man here was
wrestling a cat. so they must shed when they get nervous because you're covered -- pete: this is not normal. he's been worried all morning, transportation into -- ashley: it's on pete's back, all over the place. [laughter] a cat hair. pete: i swear this is not what my house is like. maybe. all right. will: let's talk about our culture, it's movement, whether or noting we have slid off the scale to the left because many who were previously on the left for many seem to be now on the right or at least in the right. i'm talking about bill maher. on his program on friday night he talked about woke culture and the fact that it is literally killing people. watch this clip from bill maher. >> you said it doesn't get anybody killed? i think it does. defunding the police, i think, came from wokists. i think it'll get people killed. [applause] the spectator said that the new york times refused to investigate the biggest story of our time, where the virus
originated. maybe it was in the wuhan lab. because they suppressed efforts to probe the virus' origins for, among reasons, because they thought it was racist. you see, because everything is race. come on. at "the new york times." and so the paper of record is not reporting what i would expect the paper of record to report, the accurate news. that is an example of the power of woke withness. wokeness. yes, it does have power. [applause] so it's not just one sided. pete: it is, to your point, will, it is more powerful, and i think more ears are open when someone of the left like bill maher says that. we could talk about this all today long, defunding the police, but directly pointing out that advocates for it -- advocating for pit like cori bush does, it's going to get people -- and you are suppressing a smile --
ashley: there's cat hair all over your suit. [laughter] will: cats make me nervous, i'm not laughing at the very serious point you're making, i was listening intently to your point, he's literally breaking knockout a sweat. pete: go from holding a cat that sheds on you'll to a talk about defunding the police with bill maher. of i'll leave it there. take it from there, ashley. ashley: we talk about this a lot, and we've talked about it -- i can't look at both of you you when i talk about this, but i will say it is somewhat refreshing, i know you made the point earlier in the 7:00 hour that a it's not that somebody like bill maher who is, you know, a big democratic donor, it's not that he's coming to the middle, it just makes sense. what he says makes sense. defunding the police does not make sense, and it is going to get people hurt. will: i think the question is people will say why did bill maher change? he hasn't changed. he's still a man of the left.
the problem is the left has changed. it has radicalized itself. it has pulled the middle, it has pulled everything -- pete: yeah. i feel like i'm quoting ronald reagan a lot, but he said i didn't leave the democrat party, the democratic party left me. pointing out that lunacy is powerful and it is -- will: turning mow to a live look at capitol hill. senators will resume infrastructure talks today after voting to break the filibuster and advance the trillion dollar package. mark meredith joins us live from washington with more. >> reporter: good morning to you guys. senate democrats are urging republicans not to drag their feet and move a bipartisan infrastructure proposal forward quickly. lawmakers will be back in session this afternoon to continue debating a number of different amendments. tennessee republican senator bill hagerty says he's in no rush though, and that's upsetting minority leaderrer chuck schumer, but haggerty says the process has been flawed from the start. >> so we can get this done the easy way or the hard way.
it's in either case the senate will stay in session until we finish our work. it's up to my republican colleagues how long it takes. >> once again, we have to pass it to find out what's in it. and then learn what kind of unintended consequences we can expect. >> reporter: president biden is trying to get this over the finish line. he had a chance to speak about it yesterday saying this is going to make sure to have a big impact on jobs. he also says the country cannot afford -- can't not afford to do it. but democrats are already going to make sure this is not a one if done deal. we're seeing them gear up for the next fight after infrastructure, vowing to fast track passing so-called human infrastructure. the price tag, more than $3 trillion. but the timing of all this still a bit unclear. house speaker nancy pelosi is demanding the senate move the larger spending bill over first before she'll send infrastructure to the white house, but now some democrats are urging the speaker not to wait any longer than necessary. a lot of people eager to see
what happens not only this week, but in the weeks ahead. pete: thanks, mark. this is their push for the green new deal. this is what they're doing. these 8 republican -- 18 republican senators should know better. they're clearing a path for chuck schumer to pass it, then through reconciliation pass another $4 trillion of human infrastructure which is just green new deal. the house will do the same if nancy pelosi gets her way, and if they did it, billion dollar a catastrophe. it would be a catastrophe. ashley: that's a very todd piro thing to say. [laughter] will: additional headlines starting with a fox news alert. one chicago police officer dead and another fighting for his life. >> shots fired at the police. give me two ambulances, two officers down. >> send an ambulance. >> i'm coming, baby, we got 'em coming. will: police say the shooting happened during a traffic stop. two suspects are in custody, a third is still on the run. a procession was held for the
fallen officer who had been with the department since 2018. the university of wisconsin removes a 42-ton boulder from its madison campus over claims it has racist ties. activists in the black student union cited a 1925 article where a local reporter used a racial slur to describe the rock. it now sits near a local lake. student groups also pushed the school to remove a statue of abraham line up con, but add -- lincoln, but administrators are rejected that. pete: it's a racist rock? will: it's a racist rock. that's the real news. pete: did the rock get a time to defend itself? if. will: it hasn't responded. tunnels to towers founder arriving in virginia. more than a thousand people, including the families of fallennen first responders join frank on his never forget walk new the town. frank is walking over 500 miles from the pentagon to ground zero
to mark 20 years since the attack that killed his brother. you'll remember he started the walk right here on "fox & friends" weekendast weekend. and those are your headlines. pete: until now i had forgotten that right now frank's out there walking. pretty cool that it's been a week. will: i want to share these photos with you. this is the massive tent outside of the obama's mansion. it's raised questions after the birthday party was supposedly scaled back. this according to the daily mailment his close friends, apparently, scaled back group of friends include golfing buddies, politicians, celebrities. those people are here on the island, and i doubt he'll be turning them all away. he wants people to think it's going to be the small and intimate, but i don't think we have the same definition of intimate. pete: no. do we have that other photo of the wide shot, also i believe of the entire compound? ashley: i think joea refers to it as the next super
bowl dome. pete: if that's scaled back, then i guess if you're obama though, you can do that. and i honestly believe he should have had double the amount of people. if you believe the vaccine works and and everyone's getting tested and the haters are coming out, i know there's hypocrisy, but i want people to be able -- i want to be able to do the same thing myself. i went to a 3-year-old's birthday party with all my kids and there were hundreds of people, felt like normal. i would like to do that. i'd like barack obama to be able to do that. the point is he's finger pointing at everybody else saying don't do that -- will: giving kids mask to to return to school. ashley: you want to be able to do things and be ridiculed for it but they're doing the same thing -- does that make any sense? will: john kerry, our climate czar, who is warning us of impending climate doom took a private jet to, where's this? martha's vineyard? p. pete: yeah. and the obamas are so worried
about climb change, they have a house on an island near the water. they appear to be not too worried about that. anyway. all right, remember the runaway texas democrats who fled to d.c.? we sure do. well, they're now i suing governor greg abbott for demanding they return to their home state citing, quote, anxiety and distress. how difficult for them. texas lieutenant governor dan patrick says their claims are base less, and he join us us next. plus, a new jersey family tradition is taking the internet by storm. they join us live, they're going to teach us how to attempt to flip a cake. i think we get one chance. will: one? pete: you'll see it right here on "fox & friends." ashley: there's no way i -- pete: you're doing it. ashley: oh, my gosh! ♪ ♪ for mac. who can come to a stop with barely a bobble.
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♪ will: 42 texas democrats who fled the state last month now suing governor greg abbott and oh republican officials for demanding they return back to work. the lawsuit are claims they were deprived of liberty, suffered much anxiety and distress over separation from their families and much discomfort and embarrassment. texas lieutenant governor dan patrick joins me now. lieutenant governor, thank you so much for being here. let's -- i don't know. the merits of this, of this lawsuit are interesting. they're suggesting they were targeted, i believe, for their race, creed, color and natural origin. how has the attempt to return them to work violated their constitutional freedoms based upon these protected classes? >> so let's see, will. this is the group that believes
in wearing masks, but on their charter plane to d.c. last month, had no masks but had a lot of beer and booze. of same group that was hanging their underwear up over their shower rod and tweeting it out. two of the members have gone off to europe and said there's no proof we're here, and now the same group filing a lawsuit by an attorney who didn't get the speaker's name right, is suing for a come of bucks. they're just -- a couple of bucks. they're just showing how idiotic this whole adventure has been for them or, and their credibility just disappears day by day by day. just come back to texas, do your job. suing us for the fact that you left and we separated from your families? guess what? you can hug your wife and husband tomorrow morning. get on a plane and fly back here. will: yeah, let's not ferret about their care -- forget about their care package requests as well. they're ones who chose to leave the a state to avoid having to do their job. now texas, like many other
states, have sought to bring back legislators who flee state lines to do their job. and now i don't understand their tactic. i guess i do understand, but doesn't seem to have any merit, their tactics going if on the offense and saying, you, texas, have targeted us because of our race and our nationality, our origin. i don't know what evidence there is to support -- >> well, and also, their beef is with our new proposed voting bill that we will pass out of the senate again this week, we've already passed it out three times. the next time you have people on your show, under voting laws for $200, which state has never had any early voting in their entire history and now has fewer days than any other state? that would be the prime minister's state of delaware. for -- the president's state of delaware. for $400, which states increased their voting in the last ten years in oh, that would be texas. for $600, what do the blue states of massachusetts,
connecticut, new jersey and new york all have in common? they have fewer early voting days than texas. and which state, for $1,000, 95 % of their citizens in a recent poll said it's easy to vote in? that would be texas. our new voting bill that we'll pass again for the fourth time, will, has nothing to do with voter suppression whatsoever. we're expanding early voting hours. we're allowing people who mail in ballots if they can't read their signatures to have an opportunity to cure that under the law which they don't have today. there's nothing in this bill, will, nothing in this bill that's voter suppression. these people have nothing more to say, they can't answer any of the questions. they fail -- they wouldn't want to answer the questions if they were asked because in texas is it's easy to vote. 95% of citizens, democrats, independents and republicans, are have all said that in a recent poll. this is a fraud on the people. they're lying through their teeth. this is, this whole group ought to be embarrassed.
and i think the house might get a quorum this time around because i think a few of these people in washington are going to say, you know what in we've got a bunch of knuckleheads up here with us, we're just going to separate from them. so there's nothing to what they've said. they've lied to the american public if, they've lied to the democrats. and remember, will, what they're really doing that the people of texas don't like, they're really up there to do one thing, to get the federal government to take over texas' elections, and 65% of texans don't want that to happen. will: i've got to run, lieutenant governor, but great to talk to you this morning. thank you. >> thanks. will: a chicago suffers is shot -- officer is shot and killed, another is fighting for his life. the latest on the crime spike striking american cities next. that's why they customize your car insurance, so you only pay for what you need. oh, yeah. that's the spot. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪ one of my favorite supplements
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of violence targeting our cities and our police officers. reverend eugene rivers the director or of seymour institute for black church and policy studies, and he joins us now live. thanks for being with us this morning, reverend. >> god bless you and good morning. ashley: thank you so much. i've been pointing this out all morning, and really i point it out all the time, but this is just another tragic incident, you know, this female officer, she succumbed to her injuries, she died. there's another fighting for his life. they want to go home the their families. they are humans too and this is just another example of why the narrative of defund the police does not work. >> first, our prayers, i join hundreds of thousands of other people around the country in praying, our prayers go out and our sympathy goes out to the families of these two officers and their colleagues. we pray for the families, we
pray for the family of deceased, and our prayers go out to those families and to the law enforcement community in chicago that is dealing with the trauma of working in the most difficult circumstances and having absolutely morally and politically irresponsible calls for defunding police. it's absurd. don't defund, reform and improve. and our prayers are with the families of these officers. ashley: okay. and, reverend, what would you say to these city leaders like, you know, places obviously chicago, it's something we talk about almost every single day. chicago, portland, new york city, what would you tell them and suggest to them to making everything right? i mean, this has got to stop because you hear about these crime spikes even in portland, 800% spike in crimes in that's unheard of. >> yes. yes, yes. what needs to happen is,
actually, what president bush did when he initiated his faith-based initiative which was inspired by work in boston to be where the clergy, the black churches, the roman catholics, the jews came together and developed strategies so that we could address the crime issue in a real way. what needs to happen at the national level is that the feat communities -- faith communities, with some political leadership, need to convene a major leadership summit to talk about how the faith communities get mobilized to partner with law enforcement across -- two things need the happen. number one, we drop the absurd rhetoric of defunding law enforcement. that is, people should be politically drug tested for suggesting something that irresponsible. number two, there must be a
clear articulation of the fact that violence in disproportionately black communities is a problem. black-on-black violence is a problem. you can't say that you're for, say, black lives matter -- which is ridiculous -- and then refuse to confront the fact that black people are killing black people. then you want to defund the police! that's absurd, it's irresponsible, and any politician that suggests that should be, they should be defunded. ashley: okay. there you have it. reverend eugene rivers, we appreciate your take on that this morning. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. ashley: okay. coming up, former president trump i newing his push to -- renewing his push to open schools for in-person learning, south carolina congresswoman nancy mace says schools needs to open for the sake of the
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pete: they started having the guest of honor flip their cake at family celebrations back in 2018. and it recently went viral after toast posting about it on tiktok. ashley: is it actually a piece of cake in we're going to find out when the family shows us how it's done. i'm hoping to get some sort of has a mat suit. pete: i recognize a few of those folks, they say 50-50 chance usually which means for first timers -- [laughter] and i feel round is more difficult than flat sheet cake, don't you think so? if there are round ones out there. ashley: i want those -- well. pete: pretty cool tradition. they do it a lot. all right, we've got more this morning as well. former president trump speaking out and renewing his push to reopen schools this fall. >> -- on their lives. it's going to leave a psychological scar. we have to open our schools. i say let the teachers get the vaccine, they should get the vaccine. i hope they do.
pete: this comes as some teachers unions including in chicago call for a tougher measure to combat the delta variant, suggesting in-person instruction could be once again paused if cases continue to climb. let's bring in south carolina gop congresswoman nancy mace to react. nancy, thanks so much for being here. so when you look ahead at schools, in new jersey masks are not mandatory. chicago, maybe they're going to pause again and send people home. what's going to be the reflex of democrats who are in power when it comes to our kids in the classroom? >> well, i can tell you as a single mom and talking to parents not only in our community in south carolina, but across the country, parents know that the best place for their children to be is in school. we've been through this for the last year and a half, and it's start of bizarre world. last week the cdc became a property manager, and now this. teachers unions that want to be epidemiologists to decide what the science says and doesn't
say. pete: it's amazing. what's your take on masks in schools? i feel like optional makes sense, parents make the choice in. >> right. well, actually, parents and families can make that decision with their family doctor or physician. i'm not going to support mandates for masks or vaccinations. we are a free country, i respect our liberties, and if you don't want your kid in school, you should have the option of learning from home. if you want your kid in a mask, send them to school in a mask. i have no problem with that, but i don't think it should be forced on everyone's family depending on, you know, where you live. you may not even live in a hot spot. it may not be necessary at all. pete: yeah. great point. need to get your take on this infrastructure bill. looks like it's going to get a vote in the senate and will be considered in the house. one of the things that has not been covered nearly enough is the fact that a national miles driven tax has been tucked into this $1.2 trillion bill. if you'll remember, the
transportation secretary, pete buttigieg, said it wouldn't be in the bill. here's a flashback. >> you said also that a mileage tax showed, quote, a lot of promise as a way to help pay for the plan. that tax would charge people for how many miles they drive. is that urn consideration in -- under consideration? >> no, that's not part of if conversation about this infrastructure bill. so just want to make sure that's really clear. but you will be hearing a lot more details in the coming days about how we envision being able to fund this. pete: so that's not true, congresswoman. there is a pilot program for taxing drivers for the number of miles they travel. >> right. you can't have it both ways. you can't have a gas tax on consumption and then have a pilot program taxing on mileage and also what's not being discussed is what data will the federal government collect on u.s. citizens monitoring the mileage program? this also crosses biden's red line where he said he wouldn't tax americans making less than
$400,000 a year. pete: good point. >> there are 30 new taxes in the infrastructure bill and, oh, by the way, they told us this thing was paid for. guess what? it's not paid for x they have to raise taxes to pay for it. pete: that's right. it is actually regressive. it hits people who need their car to get around the most x what are they going to do, read our.comer the on our tax documents? congresswoman new mexico -- nancy mace, thank you so much. >> thank you, as always, pete. will: to your headlines, overnight four people are shot on bourbon street in new orleans. they are all expected to survive. police have released little details including what led up to the shooting and whether any arrests have been made. it happened less than a mile away from another shooting that left five people hurt last week. a wine company is standing up against the woke mob and cancel culture. we, the people wine uses ronald
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vineyard, and there were reports that climate czar john kerry took a private jet to the party. the state department now denies that saying kerry has a house there. those are your headlines. let's turn now to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth for a fox weather forecast. hey, rick. rick: i was wondering if anybody was going to go after that -- [laughter] will: too lazy. rick: exactly. someone's got to do it. let's talk a little weather. really warm the start your day, waking up late, 85 in tampa already: so the heat is on. we're going to be talking about heat by the time we get into the latter part of this week across parts of the west and the east, the northeast. another heat wave by the time we get toward this coming weekend. take a look at the radar though, southeast you're looking okay, we'll see showers later on in florida. one system that's pulling across
parts of the northeast, that'll be out of here and things will improve later on today. a massive storms across part parts of minnesota and into wisconsin. we're going to see that refire later today, potentially some flooding along with this as well from wisconsin all the way down towards parts of northeastern oklahoma. back to you. ashley: still ahead, todd piro is having breakfast with friends all morning long. we hear from the voters on the ground in new jersey. ♪♪ [sfx: radio being tuned] welcome to allstate. ♪ [band plays] ♪ a place where everyone lives life well-protected. ♪♪ and even when things go a bit wrong, we've got your back. here, things work the way you wish they would.
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you say you're sick and tired of the bad guys getting away with stuff while the rest of us lose our freedoms, explain. >> the american people are sick and tired of the looters, the protesters, demonstrators, bad guys, who are getting away with everything. it's really so disheartening for the american people to see this happening to our country. and we will not stand for another lockdown. there is no way we're doing that. [applause] >> reporter: tom, what are your fears when it comes to government spending? >> well, with all this massive government spending, i don't hear much in the way of how we're going to pay for it or the consequences of the spiraling national debt and the percentage of the budget that the interest on the debt takes. i don't hear politicians talking much about it. >> reporter: tom, thank you. joan, so you're so worried, you're thinking of making a move the florida. >> exactly.
donald trump, we miss him. the economy is so bad under this current administration, prices are up and jobs are being lost. >> reporter: joan, thank you. louis are, you're shaking your head on what biden is doing on immigration. why? >> i'm very concerned about the safety of everyone. with the new max mandate that they're trying to -- mask mandate that they're trying to roll out, it's very disheartening for the american people and, you know, quite frankly, there are people coming in, you don't even know what their us is health wise. [applause] >> reporter: thank you, sir. of karen, you're worried about the direction of our country? why? >> our freedom is being taken away from us. our constitutional rights, it starts out with we, the people. and this country was founded on that, and that's why we are the most popular country in the world. >> reporter: michelle, no time to get to you, so i'm going to let you, as my mom's friend, lead the crew in a chant of happy birthday to my mom. >> oh, my goodness --
♪ happy birthday to you -- >> reporter: will, pete and ashley, back to you. todd piro's mom. ♪ happy birthday -- ashley: bacon beach grill. pete: identify been there -- i've been there. great food. happy birthday, mom. i will say you are ruthlessly efficient. you live up to the name, you deliver. well done. >> reporter: ruthlessly efficient. ashley: all right, dr. anthony fauci expecting a flood of covid vaccine mandates after the full fda approval. will: saying, quote: organizations, enterprises, universities, colleges have been reluctant to mandate at the local level which feel much more confident to saw if you want to -- to say if you want to come to this college or university, you have the get vaccinated. pete: it's true. it's coming, and it feels like these statements one after
another, a slow trickle -- first, it was emergency use, please get it, maybe start a lottery in our state and then you'll get it, and once we get full fda approval, the mandates are coming. they say not yet at the federal level, federal government, but the pressure will be there. ashley: also how close we're getting to getting that full fda approval, how soon this is going to happen. pete: good question. will: i think sooner rather than later. i think full fda a approval and mandates are on their way. with us joining us now is the host of "sunday morning futures," maria bartiromo, who will be discussing this and other things. good morning. [no audio] will: we're having -- there we go -- [audio difficulty] will: looks like we had technical troubles with maria's audio. president you know what we should do in -- pete: preview what's on show, and we can get her back. she has representative elise
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♪ ♪ will: all right, this crew right here takes family gatherings to the next level by having guests of honor flip their cakes at celebrationings. pete: so is it actually a piece of cake in laugh we're about to find out. just show us how it's done. we have francis, i'm not even going to try last names. francis, patrick, lauren, olivia and taylor, five of the cake-flipping cousins here to help us with our -- [laughter] thank you all for being here. and the whole family's here too. [cheers and applause] will: look at this family gathering. pete: i love it. will: first, before we get started, let's start with you, francis, how did this tradition get started? somewhere we were together for my cousin's graduation party, and we dared him -- he's somewhere back here, ryan, hey, flip that for some good luck and good laughs, and from there it
kind of took off at birthday parties -- will: did he pull it off? >> it was a phenomenal flip. if. pete: patrick, i saw clips of you, it's a genuine passion in the success of the cake flip. do you look forward to it? >> definitely. it's something we always look forward to, something we're always bringing up whenever we get together, even when it's not during the birthdays, we always get so amped up for them. especially right before we start doing the chant and everything. [laughter] ashley: so my question for really anyone, what is the secret to not getting it all over yourself? >> liz? [laughter] ashley: is there a technique to it? he's shaking his head -- pete: surely there's been some trial and error on good and bad ways -- who are our successful flippers? what's the secret? >> [inaudible] [laughter]
will: all right, let's get a demonstration. who's going to show us really quick? pete: should it be olivia or lauren? who do we think? taylor? will: let's do it. pete: step up in front of the table. >> flip it, flip it, flip it. >> oh! [cheers and applause] ashley: that was impressive. pete: here we go, round two. >> flip it, flip it -- [laughter] [inaudible conversations] will: now the three of us -- pete: well done, well done! will: this is for the competition, for the trophy?
pete: i don't think it's for the trophy. will: i'm going big. >> flip it, flip it! >> oh! [applause] pete: you went for it. i heard -- ashley: was this an alcohol-induced idea? >> flip it, flip it, flip it! ashley: i don't know if i need this. i was going to use it, but okay. which one? pete: you got it, ashley. any one you want. will: no pressure to go really big. >> flip it, flip it, flip it! >> oh! [applause]
pete: for those who haven't flipped yet, show us your technique. will: that was awesome many. [applause] pete: come on out. all right, ready? >> flip it, flip it, flip it. pete: that's amazing. you guys are awesome. thank you so much. cake flipping at "fox & friends." [applause] ♪♪ ashley: i know there a napkin -- ♪ spraying flonase daily stops your body from overreacting to allergens all season long. psst! psst! all good
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>> pretty good. [applause] >> take a bite out of it. like father like son. >> going for it. >> thank you for being here. thanks for joining us all weekend long. have a great sunday, everybody. why don't you go to church? will: see you next weekend. maria: good sunday morning, everyone. welcome to sunday morning futures. i'm maria bartiromo, today caving to the pressure. the final countdown is on on infrastructure. did the republicans just enable the massive tax and spend green new deal? coming up north dakota kevin cramer takes us behind the deal and explains his vote. then dividing us once again, pointing the finger on the unvaccinated over and over again while biden wide
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