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beholder. kyle rittenhouse the prosecution argued he came to wisconsin to inflict damage and do arm. the defense argued that anything that happened including the death of two individuals and one other severely wounded, it was all self-defense. the details continue. that will do it here. >> ♪ ♪ >> i am jesse watters with judge jeanine and dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's 5 o'clock in new york city and this is "the five." >> ♪ ♪ >> "the five" is outside on fox square for veterans day paying tribute to all of our men and women who served. we will honor veterans on set later. first, the united states of america is the greatest country in the world. a place where you can do
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anything and be anything. a place where a better tomorrow is not just a hope but a guarantee. freedom is not free. on veterans day we must pay tribute to those who sacrificed so much. we here at home don't have to sacrifice at all. millions of brave men and women fought to protect our nation. they come from all defender backgrounds and creeds and put themselves in harm's way without question knowing it may cost them their lives. yet they answer the call. they wear their uniforms proudly and put country over self. they defend our flag ensuring our liberties remain intact. our veterans who find themselves in the middle of impossible situation prove anything is possible. when things got bad in afghanistan it was veterans grouped that rallied together to
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keep their sacred promise to never leave anybody behind. they got people out when no one else would. our veterans showed compassion during chaos and prove that no acted of kindness is too small and are an example of what is means to be selfless. the courage of our veterans can't be forgotten. honor, respect them and thank them. always remember them because our veterans are not just the best of america they are america. greg gutfeld? >> that was a fantastic mona log. >> can we do a side by side of me and jesse watters. why does he have all of the flag. >> [laughing]. >> this is deliberate. >> i served and you did not. >> that's true. he is right. talking about the veterans of all these wars.
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jesse watters fought the war on christmas while i was home drinking egg nog. you preserved my freedoms to hang mistletoe in public restrooms. >> we hired a lot of veterans. when you hire a veteran, you have zero risk of failure. when the vet arrives to your place of work, all of the ingredients are there. like when you buy a prepared meal. veterans have the secrets to life already solved. they keep a routine that begins early in the morning. anybody who does that succeeds. they have impeccable personal grooming. i don't know one sloppy veteran. they have manners and discipline which is on short supply these days and they appreciate hard
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work. they are not scared of it. in the era of tiktok generation it's hard to come by these qualities but veterans have it in spades. >> i will hire a veteran right now for "watters world." >> they might whip you into shape? >> i need it on the grooming side. your thoughts on this special day? >> this day comes just before thanksgiving every year. when you go around the table at thanksgiving, what are you thankful for. as americans this should be number 1. health and family and employment but the fact there are people in this country that volunteer to defend us. they go there with no politics. they go there with kindness, bravery and courage. that's the meaning of thanksgiving to me. >> judge jeanine? >> hi.
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listen, i have to tell you, what greg said brought something to my mind about hiring a veteran. we talked about affirmative action and all of those arguments about we should have it or not have. maybe we should have affirmative action for veterans. i don't care what color they are. they are the ones that put their lives on the line. they come back with maybe 1 or 2 limbs or fewer than when they started. i am wearing my dad's pin from the navy. it has his name on the back, 1945. >> that's amazing. >> i remember when i was a kid i would wear his uniforms. he always had the american flag hanging in front of our house. i still do to this day.
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my dad was on the first ship in the navy to nagasaki and saw the plume and died early from head and neck cancer from it. both me and my grand-dad fought in world war ii. i believe in veterans and i believe in america. i am so hurt at what is happening today when people don't recognize the significance of these people -- our children, brothers, parents and sisters do this for america. >> i echo everyone's sentiments and adding to greg's list team players. they know how to work as a team in a culture where people are out for themselves are not thinking about your neighbors. the stilled that veterans needs to be state going into the civilian world are no big deal. you can teach them to program.
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the stuff they learned before is far more valuable. one thing that is nice about veterans day tit's unifying across the political aisle. over 70% of people said we don't do enough for our veterans. they suffer from mental health issues and homelessness crisis. making sure they get great healthcare after serving. >> the unemployment. if you are active diet military and going to transition out. many don't think they have skills that are useful in the private sector. we tell employers hire veterans and you do have the skills. reach out to a group that can help you figure out -- if you can prevent a bombing of a major sensitive unit you can do
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anything in the private sector. look forward to great opportunities when you return. >> if you bombed a unit, send me the resume. "the five" will honor those who serve. we will introduce you to great veterans later on. a self-defense expert takes the stand in the kyle rittenhouse murder trial as the media can barely hide their hatred for the teenager.
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beyond a reasonable doubt. >> ♪ ♪ >> another dramatic day of testimony in the kyle rittenhouse murder trial after prosecutors fumbled the case in epic fashion. rittenhouse's defense resting their case after bringing a self-defense expert to the stand with this eyewitness who said the first man killed was being physically aggressive. >> he led the charge into the
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gas station. he was getting physically aggressive. he appeared to be attempting to start a physical altercation with people in the gas station to the point where he was telling one of the individuals with the rifle shoot me and where to shoot me attempting to start a physical altercation. >> democrats are throwing innocent until proven guilty out. windo. a new york congressman tweeted lock up kyle rittenhouse and throw away the key. the media is not doing any better. >> that acting job of the crying. i can't even look at it. >> [applauding]. >> this judge is an absolute joke and has been a joke from the beginning. >> this is white privilege on steroids. >> what kind of idiot 17-year-old gets a giant run and goes to a riot. he has no license and no training. he thinks he is going to scrub
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graffiti off with the ar-15. the stupidity. what could go wrong. kyle rittenhouse is not on trial for being an idiot. >> on cross-examination we saw a rehearsed kyle rittenhouse. >> what is amazing. you get jeffrey toobin and comes out and says this kid has no training. crossed state lines with a gun. he didn't know the facts. he has training. he is not listening to the evidence. where does the hate come from? >> because two people ended up dead. he got the gun because it looked cool.
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he went to the riot about a black man being shot. >> holding a knife. we know this facts. the two people dead was a pedophile that raped children. >> he should be dead? >> absolutely! >> no, no. >> [overlapping talking]. >> i am the judge here. the bottom line is this. there is testimony not only from the defendant himself but from drew hernandez. all agree that rosenbaum came after kyle rittenhouse. there is testimony that grosskreutz came at him with a gun pointed at his head. that's self-defense and hoover came at him with a skate board and knocked him in the neck with it. forget all of the other stuff. this kid should not have been
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indicted? >> not on that charge. but the murder charges absolutely not. take the politics out, judge. every lawyer that has seen the trial and looked at the video came to the same conclusion. it was a weak case from the jump. the prosecution did a bad job presenting the case and it looks likes it's heading to an acquittal. even my liberal mother said he is not a boy scott. i said mom, it's clear self-defense. no ment. she know it's self-defense. only paid cnn and msnbc pundits will see something none of the rest of the country is seeing. why they are deceiving the audience? they are trying to lower
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expectations and acting like when he gets acquitted it will be a miscarriage of justice and white privilege. they will do that for profit and powero the democrats with ride another wave of racism. >> it's like joe biden saying he was a white supremacist or a domestic terrorists. what will happen when the verdict comes back not guilty and hung on the gun charge. he was a couple of months shy of 18 when he would had the legal right to carry it. >> it's a jury of his peers. we have seen the trial. what we think doesn't matter. it's the jurors that will decide. i hope just as in the george floyd case where the police officers, chauvin, when that jury came back and said guilty, everybody in america was like okay.
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that's what the jury trial is supposed to be. the comments of jeffries overstepped the bounds. you don't have to tweet about everything. keep it to yourself. they are worried that the credibility of the judicial system is at risk but then they tweet that. you can't just hold your tongue. >> all right. and finally, greg, the bottom line here is that this case is going to the jury very soon. >> yes. permission to blow your mind? >> granted. >> people say that rittenhouse never should have gone to kenosha. the dead guys should not have gone there either. one was a convicted pedophile who raped a child. another was a serial domestic abuser. they should not have been anywhere on a street. they should have been in jail or an institution.
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kyle's victims the two dead guys deserved better from the government. but they didn't deserve better from kyle. he did the right thing. he did what the government should have done which was to make sure these dirt bags were not roaming the streets. they were looking for blood. joyy saluted them and said they were heroes. he left out the part that one shouted the "n" word while twisting a chain and abused 4 to 5 kids. the media leaves things out. because if they includeed it their narrative would be gone. the bottom line is all rittenhouse did was fill the void that the government left open. those two people never ever should have been on the street. it forced citizens to become the police. that's what happens when you defund. the last point about biden
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calling him a white supremacist. that's an insult. the president of the united states calling a citizen a white supremacist without evidence. that's worth suing over. there is more evidence that joe biden is a white supremacist going to a funeral for a high leader of the kkk. biden is a bigot. >> the police were standing down. the police were nowhere to be found there. >> i am not comfortable with endorsing vigilantism on any level. getting an abortion in texas or what happened in kenosha. why is there out rage? there is a picture kyle rittenhouse took in january when he went back to be arraigned and
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posing with 2 proud boys and uses an expletive. there is a smugness that upsets people. trayvon martin is dead and unarmed. rice had a toy gun, for instance. this kid is getting better treatment. more benefit of the doubt and tons -- >> you have seen the video? >> he is not guilty of murder? >> he is guilty of smugness. >> not guilty of murder, correct? >> yes, i see and hear very well. >> not guilty. >> i think the prosecution has messed it up royally. he deserved to be yelled at yesterday. >> not guilty of murder. >> president biden insults americans again. claiming you are too stupid to
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>> ♪ ♪ >> president biden said inflation is his top priority. but prices sky rocketing to the highest level in more than 30 years. 3 decades and joe is claiming his passed infrastructure bill will fix the supply chain crisis. he blames americans for buying too much stuff. >> not a lot of people have a clear understanding about how a supply chain works. because of the strength of our economic recovery american families are able to buy more
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products. they are not going out to dinner and lunch and going to local bars because of covid-19. so what are they doing? staying home and ordering online and buys products. it's a recipe for delays and higher prices. did you think you would pay this much for a gallon of gas? >> that's so comforting. >> [laughing]. >> i have to get back in the copter. >> the sun went down. i have to go. >> exactly. >> i think there was a disconnect about what the americans care about and the administration was talking for months. yesterday he said i hear you. prices are going up. then he says but that's why we need this build back better plan. he said people don't understand the supply chain crisis. people get it. they may not say it's all his
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fault but they know this. if the government spends a bunch more money it's like giving too much medicine to a toddler. it's not good for the toddler. >> it puts them to sleep. >> [laughing]. >> jesse watters, how dare you! you might have a montage. >> who would have thought we would pay so much for gas. roll it. >> that will tank the stock market and already up 50 cents a gallon from when biden was elected. nothing is worse in presidential politics than high gas prizes. i predicted $3.50. today it's $3.4. he sees on the weather it's 100%
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chain of rain and goes outside without an umbrella and says how did i get so wet. between the fed and cong you will have high gas prices. when you stretch the supply chain from the pacific to china, you wonder why the cargo ships are outside of the port. if we kept the factories here or even in mexico we would not have that problem. i would rather have made in mexico than made in china. it doesn't matter, when things are expensive you blame the guy at the top. that happens to be joe biden. >> jessica, you are pregnant. you are buy gas for two. >> [laughing]. >> you have more cargo to carry. you might have a supply chain issue. we never know. >> we will have to get a bigger car. >> exactly. defend the president. give us your thoughts. >> first the malibuar -- malibu
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armad is funny. there has to be a reconfiguration of how the messages are working. a bunch of moderates are saying we need a new message. but larry summers critical of the president defending build back better and joe manchin didn't connect the two either. that leaves a glimmer of hope it will get passed. going into the mid-terms it will be the economy. >> do you think a couple more trillion dollars is not going to hurt inflation? >> i am saying there are key players and people critical of the president. >> you don't think that?
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>> i have a phd and a baby. >> i have neither. >> judge, this might be the most least engaged president i have seen in my lifetime. no connection with anybody. has to be informed after the reporters ask a question what was asked. >> not only the least engaged. even when he is engaged, he is not engaged. this is a president who says we are too stupid to understand the supply chain crisis. your standard of living is going down. everything costs more. trump said the price of gas would go up and it is. he is telling us that thanksgiving will cost more than last year. we are too stupid to understand? no. he is too stupid to explain it and too stupid to fix. >> there you go. the fastest-7 is up next.
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>> ♪ coming ♪ ♪ to america ♪ ♪♪. >> the fastest-7. 55% of americans think their own life is worthy of becoming a book or a movie. >> they did that poll after they saw a got a book deal. >> if he can do it, anybody can do it. >> [laughing]. >> 55% is high? >> no, everyone has a book in them. and everyone's life is interesting. that's why we like to meet people. i think it's true. i think that's low. >> low? >> yes. >> i am surprised too. i thought it would be higher. most people think they go through more stress and problems than anyone can understand. we all go through similar
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amounts of stress. most people think they are worthy of a movie because their life is incredible. >> doesn't that seem self-involved? >> brian celtxer has a book in him because he ate it. most of the books out there are trash. no offense, jesse watters. people are living a story. everybody has their own narrative. you can hear it when it's happening. if people took the time and wrote down things in their lives they would have the book. >> that's the voice in my head? >> yes. >> all of life is theater. >> yes, there you go. >> all right. researchers found hitting the
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sack between 10 to 11 p.m. does wonders for your health. >> i am a 9 p.m. with the morning show. i go to bed that early. >> you miss all of the great shows it's night. i go to bed about 1:00 and wake up about 8:00. >> wow! >> i call bs on that. this was a study commissioned by rachel madow because i am killing her in the ratings. trying to get people to stop watching me and go to bed. >> i go to bed every time i watch you greg. >> and you dream beautiful thoughts. >> it was the trash book comment. >> [laughing]. >> 12:31 and it's harder to get up. >> yeah.
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>> ♪ ♪ ♪ of the red ♪ ♪ white and blue ♪ >> we continue to honor veterans here on the "the five" by telling you about service dogs that provide comfort and security for thousands ever veterans. the dogs are trained for vets in need. joining us are a sergeant and retired captain with their service dogs. trooper over here and eddie over here. sharon, your story is incredible. you were a nurse for many years. you treated 9-11 victims and enlisted in the military? >> yes. >> that led you to tough situations in iraq and you came back and faced difficulties.
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how has eddie helped you? >> i was told after a long process through wall street reed and the people i met along the way and the final phone call they would receive the dog. finally receiving eddie. the first night that i him, he absolutely woke me up from a night terror. >> aww. >> the next day i was in tears. i knew this was something that would be amazing in my life. >> sharon, thanks for sharing that story and enlisting and serving and taking care of people. tyler, your story. tell us about your journey to get trooper. >> trooper i got him back in
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2017 when i got out of the hospital. i had a injury to the eye and other injuries and many other issues with that, that goes along with that. trooper helped me with my mobility. he helps me when i can't bend down and pick something up. he will grab it. he can open a handy handicap door. he has a handle on his west. -- vest. he's my best friend and there for me. no matter what, no matter what kind of day i am having, i can get him and hang on him and he will still love me. >> it's amazing. helped physically and mentally and your heart. one thing people need ton,
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sharon, america's vets dogs, these dogs are expensive to train. donating to this organization means a lot. anything about america vet dogs you want to mention? >> there are a lot of facets to it. families give up their time. they raise them and it involves in children that love them for two years and they are brave enough to give these dogs to us. and also there are so many working little pieces to it. >> it's complicated and it's so important. jesse and i will talk to a couple of other folks down here. we have a staff sergeant and wife and sam johnson of the independence fund on veterans day. great to meet you.
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>> and also you. >> happy veterans day. >> dan, 12 years in the u.s. marine corp? >> yes, i was wounded on june 1st in 2005 in iraq. i heard god's voice when i removed by leg from that truck. my wife and i are pastors and we go help veterans. >> that's amazing. sam, tell me about the independence fund? >> the independent fund is a nonprofit founded in 2007 in the halls of wall street reed. -- walter reed. >> we have a very big surprise for you right now. be patient. i believe it's coming out right this way.
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. >> sam, tell us what we have? >> daniel on behalf of the board of directors, our ceo who could not be here tonight and all our donors want to give a little independence back to you so you can go out and do some of the things. right now it looks like he can get around super easy. we know there are days where you can't wear that. the days you can't we have this wheelchair for to you get out and do things in florida. go fishing and hunting and special things with the family. i want to present this chair to you and ask that you marine get in that. >> all right! >> how do you feel? >> that is awesome. we go to the beach quite a bit and the sand is an issue. and i have seen what some of the chairs can do. >> what do you hunt? >> anything that moves. as long as i can get to eat it.
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>> check it out. >> yeah! >> [laughing]. >> wow! >> [applauding]. >> perfect. >> excellent. >> you go out and hunt and tan on the beach like i like to do. >> there you go. thank you so much. "one more thing" is up next. >> ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> time now for "one more thing," dana perino dana perino. >> grade your campaign, where my look and, okay, called make a camel your cause.
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here come the sirens in new york city. >> you're on fire! >> veteran homelessness through housing for veterans and their families, workforce development, mental health and wellness, great merchandise you can get and i personally love this hat and this cup. this had in school and look at that period >> it goes with your jacket. >> you go to to learn more. there he is. wearing it to make sure you get your marriage go to the website, you can learn more there. >> i thought you said you had pictures and i can't see him. >> yeah, camouflaged. >> funny guy. >> speaking of stretching, i'm glad the fire truck went by. i believe everybody now agrees that the sirens are too loud. too loud.
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>> it's an emergency. >> i know, but it doesn't have to be that loud. >> it's all the time, jesse. >> where i live, it is. this is really cool, if you are in washington, d.c., with the next few days, the tomb of the unknown soldier, i don't know if you're familiar with this, 100 years ago it started, it's now being opened up to the public for the next couple days. they do a changing of the guard they are, it's an amazingly powerful ceremony that everybody needs to check out. as you know, the remains from unknown soldier as they placed it there and people pay their respects. now you can pay your respects in person and see this beautiful ceremony. and again, arlington cemetery, washington, d.c., go check that out. >> okay, tunneled the towers foundation and we have seen on the channel many times how the name reading ceremony today and
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for the first time we heard the names of more than seven thousands of nervous men and women who lost their lives in response to the war on terrorism in the center of her 11th attack. placed at the lincoln memorial. if they also marked the day wita very special announcement and tunneled the towers is delivering 35 mortgage free homes to gold star families. if he started the program is a nonprofit to honor his brother's memory, he's done an incredible job and people are getting the mortgage free homes and they are ecstatic. i believe you have a picture of my granddad. yup, that's my grandfather who was in world war ii and in the navy. >> gorgeous. >> if i'm not mistaken, last time we are all outside together, it was with frank.
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>> yes! >> 9/11, that was great. we're going to tie it all together here. >> i noticed being out here, the marvelous viewers and smells. i smelled so many great things in the last 40 minutes. the whole food that was great. the cigar. did you smell the cigar come by and it was insane. >> that was in a cigar. >> i know the difference, believe me. somebody's barbecuing something, i hope somebody's barbecuing something let's do this. greg's military threat of assessment this may veterans day. geese, goose, check out these guys coming in. soldiers in oklahoma. a family of keys, one named steve and brandon, there's a building at fort snell.
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he is protective the troops. maybe they don't like the uniforms, but something that -- oh! [laughter] >> that's great. >> they should cook that goose. there you go. >> his goose is cooked. >> that's me and you, jessie. >> it's a combo, thank you for your service and animals are great. >> very good. >> tying it all together. >> we've talked about a number of great organizations helping veterans and i want to highlight one other awesome thing that happened. we partnered up with disabled american veterans and autonation to deliver a much needed new vehicles to the true car military driven to drive initiative. he served the army for 26 years as a field artillery officer.
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bilateral above the knee amputation and got a new chevy suburban. look at that smile. he's a motivational speaker and he spoken in front of congress, an avid photographer. >> i was like a majestic amount why are you ending the show like that? >> now i want to end it. >> very special veterans day clues this weekend so watch that. also watch "special report" with bret. now. >> bret: already, you guys look great out there and no cigar smell walking by down here. good evening, i'm bret baier freaking down tonight. the defense rests in the case of the illinois teenager on trial for killing two people and wounding another during a racial justice protest in wisconsin last summer. if lawyers for kyle rittenhouse focus today on the key issue of self-defense. correspondent garrett is in kenosha, wisconsin, tonight with the latest. good evening.
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