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the fox news elements are about news. the opinion host are about opinion. sometimes they make news but there is a distinction i find no distinction of the big corrupt propaganda media in this country. i will see you next time on "life, liberty & levin". steve: good evening everyone welcome to "the next revolution". this is the home of positive populism, pro-worker, pro-family, pro-co mmunity, and especially pro-america. on friday the biden regime held its first cabinet meeting but why cracks what is the point what good do they do? last week we noted how refreshing it was to see elected leaders to be positive and practical with the field learned factor with those to
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matt moralizing and patronizing and virtue signaling and they talk about solving real problems trump did that the best economy taxes and regulations down jobs and securing the border, rebuilding the military, independence and energy. solving problems he didn't promise to. and to the natural gas revolution the carbon emissions fell to the lowest level in 30 years. tell that to the green new deal climate zealots been under biden it's not that that is not just solving problems that much worse. let's examine the lifecycle of the problem in the shambles that is the biden regime. stage one create the problem. when you inherit a growing economy make sure overheated what.$9 trillion spending spree every time you see rising prices not from a natural disaster but by the
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biden and the democrats. who says that? democrats they describe the biden rescue plan as the original send and here is clinton's treasury secretary just this week. >> it is just not recognizing how much demand is being created by the tremendous wall of money gdp in one year but they released last spring but they infused was very large and predictable what it would really to excess demand and inflation there was never a macro economic analysis of this was an appropriate plan coming out of a range of political machinations.
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steve: then with that inflation crisis that you created what about the energy crisis? what about the way to make the cost of everything go up? cancel pipeline they and natural gas energy supply goes down the supply goes up you hit working americans hard that will show them. but it's okay because you just send people money that helps you create a supply-chain crisis. people stay home businesses cannot find worker so they wage weight on —- raise wages which is great for the biden problem creators because that pushes inflation higher. unless you created the problems you go to the stage ii to deny and dismiss the exact problem that you created there is no energy crisis. are you kidding? >> what is the granholm plan
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to increase oil production in america? >> [laughter] and is hilarious i wish i had the magic wand. >> inflation? and even if it is a thing it's only temporary. >> a transitory the fact the execution is the fully transitory. >> and then to pop up and then go back down. steve: that's okay because wages are going up and they are right the only problem is inflation is going up asked her. of course with a supply-chain crisis just lower your expectations and the reason you cannot find anything in the stores because the economy is doing great. >> the tragedy of the treadmill. >> there are 1000 and we are seeing those points reveal themselves because of the enormous demand. steve: enormous demand it is
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going so well. and even if there was a supply-chain crisis they cannot see what they are doing about it. >> i don't have the specifics for you right now i don't have to share those with you today. steve: what they can share is there is no problem with businesses not being able to find workers they just need to pay more. >> in some places maybe you have to pay more wages in order to attract workers. steve: thanks. any other advice? we are all years considering you and the rest of the crew never created a job in your entire life. once you finish denying and dismissing the problems you have created you can move to use age three make the problems worse. make the energy crisis worst by closing down even more pipelines. closing on even more american
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energy businesses. >> and think of the quail and disciplined as the coal industry they are going to if we want to tackle climate change. right? steve: make the inflation crisis worse for that scheme to find more trillions of dollars and then make the supply-chain crisis work with the plan to solve it. yes since biden announced his plan guess what they have gotten more jammed in more delays and backlogs. but then to cover up the fact the actual supply chain solution makes it worse tries to claim the infrastructure bill only the year after next
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if you're lucky will get things moving except don't tell the transportation secretary to say now we are not really talking about shovel ready projects. >> the emphasis is shovel were the. some are ready to go immediately. steve: [laughter] shovel worthy? that will get the reports and gm. where do they get these people? mckenzie. yes. that explains it. also a supply-chain crisis can be made worse by firing unvaccinated workers and also border patrol agents for being unvaccinated. and then those to enter the country to make the border crisis you created worse. that also helps the economic crisis worse by importing more cheap labor so workers can stay at home to get the welfare checks you are sending them. brilliant. it all makes sense. actually, we were told about the biden shambles we just did not listen forget about poor naïve congresswoman and the
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observation that biden was not elected to the fbi he was elected to be normal and stop the chaos. but the person who knew biden best new different. obama he warned us never underestimate joe's ability to have things up. how right he was. tell us what you think. now let's bring in former director national economic council larry kudlow who better than on a night like this? what drives me crazy is you see the conversation and people on tv i saw this today that the problem is there is no policy solution. what will they do with the strategic oil reserve? the policy solutions are right in front of us they just want to take them. >> yes.
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look. you laid it out very well as you always do. there are clear policy solutions. for one thing you will spend another $4 trillion which will stimulate aggregate demand in the economy. that will raise inflation. so don't do it. while you do that by the way, you are cutting back with an attack on fossil fuels so we are producing 2 million barrels per day less than we should be that would solve your gasoline crisis right there your increasing regulations and taxes on businesses across the board you have demand going up supply going down that means prices rise and inflation rises joe manchin has a good idea. today inadvertently, treasury secretary janet yellen
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supported it. senator mentioned on —- senator manchin has said stop spending, go on a positive way until next year for the 4 trillion-dollar bill until we see how inflation turns out and janet yellen said today that she now thinks the inflation might come down in the second half of next year. okay. they should get together and we should applaud all the spending and taxing until the second half of next year. that is what i heard today on the tv show and i think it's a great solution. do nothing. no more spending and by the way the federal reserve that janet yellen used to run has gone crazy with money printed so they are financing all of this government spending that
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keeps it accelerating so listen to senator manchin a blue dog democrat no more until you are well into the second half of next year what your own treasury secretary is saying about the inflation rate which may not come down but let's wait and give her a chance. steve: [laughter] i went to listen to you as well because they could be dealing with that right now that john kerry was phasing out fossil fuels by 2030? >> this guy makes a statement that coal will run out in ten years even the state
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department had to walk us back you have enough coal reserves for probably 150 or 200 years. but why not just go to natural gas? why not more production? america is somebody has to tell president biden that america has oil. but his policies are preventing it from being produced this is not hard it is not rocket science it is called common sense. steve: it is so ideological we will keep pounding away i know you will one day they will listen that you are right about joe manchin he can stop its let's hope that he does great to see you tammy have been watching all of this for during the trump years we have all of these positive records
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being broken. >> it was awful. [laughter] that every week there seems to be a terrible negative record this week the worst inflation from the democrats politically for 40 years is thinking he may have picked the wrong guy when i got behind biden. >> @-at-sign of they are thinking that deeply if they were we would not be in that position in the first place but clearly they underestimated the cognitive abilities certainly not of joe biden but at the american people that we do know what is going on we understand the economy actually realized that leadership makes a difference this is not the new normal as barack obama tried to tell us granholm used to quit about
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not having a magic wand he used it when the air conditioning company was going to leave the country and donald trump said we will create jobs and the best economy and then during the campaign what's he talking about? he genuinely did not understand how one would do that there is no literal leadership or even the concept there is an agenda to move through but the leadership is about what you do for other people not what you do for yourself. that's the difference between the democrats but donald trump and his team that mentality that others can adopt that the american people come first the decisions you make are not about a philosophical thing you discussed in college while you were editing the law review but a theory that you have that it is real life
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stuff and that's why everything you talk about tonight is about the average american family and what is happening to them that gas prices. the job and the signal whether or not we matter the nature of an american president and his team that really seem to not care not only about us but they don't care they don't know what they are doing and they set everything on fire. steve: absolutely that's brilliant observation i had not thought about that because they are not problem solvers but problem creators they think an ideological terms to push through their ideology this is not how they think but in fact because of that what they are doing the pain they are causing is delivered. >> that is a frightening thing many people don't want to go there but the fact is the human condition is troubling
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very often this is why when you have people who are adults to adhere to the leftist ideology and those lives historically since the beginning to be implemented in europe and in asia that if you still adhere to that ideology in the 21st century something is wrong with your agenda because we have seen what happens so we have to believe you heard it and you played it about the idea that i have seen it on social media the shelves are empty but now you learn how we can adapt like europeans adapt if we wanted to adapt like europeans we would move to europe. we are americans. that's why everybody tries to get here nobody is upset you cannot take a flight to london
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but finally america opens up in the world is cheering because it is here people want to come to because there are not in the shelves and there is emptiness of - - optimism maybe one parent could have a job the other could be home with the kids it's all about our ideas and energy and optimism. >> we have to acknowledge that they want this they are punishing us they want you to realize if you step out of line again you are continuing to do prior to this but if they go back to burning cities down it would be even worse americans have to stand up we are standing up we saw in the last election and we can never allow this to occur again we
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deserve the best we expected. steve: completely and brilliantly well-planned as always. now let's speak to biden so when you clearly have no clue how to solve major problems facing your country. >> trying to figure out how to tackle this had on. steve: trying to figure it out? no hurry but can you explain the problem? >> even those what from brazil and graphite from india before it comes together in the factory in united states to make a pencil. steve: pencils from brazil? what about inflation? >> it will pop up a little bit and then come back down. nobody talks about this great deal.
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steve: welcome back as you know we are one of the first to expose the gain of function research commissioned by fauci and most likely source of the pandemic since our initial report even more details have come out to support our findings and it is clear now the alternative for the natural origin theory is running on fumes of those that have been tested with no sign that could be an intermediate host no word yet how it affects vehicles and then 900 pages of material related to the fauci funded coronavirus research was released in september and prompted rutgers university to be clear more unequivocal than ever before so the document makes it clear that assertions by the nih director they did not support
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gain of function research or potential pandemic pathogens and there is a lot more information including the bombshell publication of a highly suspicious research proposal that was rejected by part of the defense department in 2018 frankly because of the chinese regime of the initial cover-up we may never find cast iron proof it was the origin but no question a proper investigation or a real investigation could prove that fauci commissioned his research and direct rules in place of both the obama and trump administration. that investigation with real accountability for found she came one step closer as a group of senators introduce legislation to create a 9/11 style commission into the origin and handling of the pandemic.
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we spoke to roger marshall who spearheaded the effort. >> great to see you we have been calling for this for months on the show i was so encouraged to see the announcement this is moving forward. how did you get to this point? how did this get going if you could look ahead and tell us where you think this will go in terms of getting to the origins of the pandemic? >> good evening thank you for having me on we appreciate you following the story you have been inspiring me to work hard as well. but we thought that any type of a commission or hearing needed bipartisan support it needs to be 911 style commission that is a political we needed partners across the iowa senators feinstein and senator gillibrand has joined us and of course senator ernst
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has been a great leader as well to figure out the origins of covid and then to the response of the united states as well. where it goes next we hope we can get this as an amendment on the national defense authorization act in three or four weeks and hopefully it will pass the senate and the house will agree as well. >> . steve: that is mass pass legislation that it means it could really happen this year. >> yes sir. the nda a has been passed over 60 years in a row authorized as funding for military it is a must-have piece of legislation so it is amendment to the bill and it does have a path forward and now shirley our president will sign off on it as well. steve: is everyone here involved in this ready to get
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to the bottom of this? we have been focusing on that and if all goes as planned in terms of the votes at the end of this year and the president signing the legislation when can we expect to have actual hearings and witnesses and documents? when will that be quick. >> it will be months not weeks the republicans will appoint five the democrats will appoint five hopefully they will be all a political and then to take the deep dive there is a lot of information that needs to be declassified and they have the power to subpoena that so important we need to get people in front of a grand jury style investigation to figure out exactly what they knew and looking at the dna sequences
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real find someone buried in eagle health lab system. steve: this is the most encouraging news all year on the whole question of getting to the truth so i am really excited to hear the news. thank you for your role to make it happen thank you for being with us tonight. >> you are doing a great job. steve: much more ahead. don't go away.
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killed on the streets of chicago while adam was holding a gun? we said it was something going terribly wrong to collapse a family but something no one wants to talk about and you can see why because when they do a couple of weeks after he was shot and killed a seven -year-old girl jasmine adams was shot and killed in her father's car outside of a mcdonald's restaurant the ceo of mcdonald's later sent a text and here's the message he sent ps tragic shootings last week at her restaurant yesterday the parents failed those kids i know that is something you cannot say. of course he was right every normal person in america would agree none of this is perfect period in a position to judge but what possible justification is therefore a 13 -year-old to wander the streets at 2:00 a.m. with a gun what can't type of person
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would deny a father with responsibility for his daughter he said these are things you cannot say but activists made the text public and then they can after him in full force demanding he resign. resign for telling the truth about the most serious problem facing this country? instead of telling these destructive lunatics to get lost he went on a public apology tour just like those imposed on dissidents in china through chairman mao cultural revolution that is not an idle comparison as we laid out months ago with the origins of folk -ism the destruction of the family is a central part of folk ideology and what started all this in 1820 germany to be family was one of the main tools used by the ruling class to hold down the
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proletariat except today the woke, sars are the ruling class with the most powerful weapons we have to fight back i love mcdonald's one of my first jobs as a kid was working there and it taught me a huge amount the consulting business i started in the uk working for mcdonald's but i do not love with the mcdonald ceo did in this case likes to build self as a family restaurant on the back of these and mainstream american values and now to turn around and surrender to the demented ideologues who want to destroy everything america stands for? it is pathetic harris the reaction. it is great to see what you make of the story? >> first of all leaves that
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are in charge of the major corporations need to stop bowing down and they need to stop apologizing every time this happens i just keep waiting for one of them to stand up and double down of what they say but they keep apologizing and as we said before when they keep apologizing then this is what the gives the mob more power there is nothing that any parent of any color would read these and disagree with some people in the real working-class parents sending their kids out to school in chicago look at these and say this makes a lot of sense to you have this activist classed on —- class that season opportunity to try to shakedown mcdonald's that is what this is all about because the activist organizations are protesting and making a big deal out of the text messages
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don't really has the well-being of the people of chicago in mind. what they want to do is generate enough buzz that is what this is about. steve: exactly shakedown is the right term to describe this and as we have discussed before the only sensible response have to put the pressure on the other way because then they bowed to the pressure let's make the problem go away. and by the way i think it is good pr for most people but they want the problem to go away so they cave we have to put pressure from the other side with those customers and franchise holders and those that we agree with the first place to tell him that's only way to fight back. >> yes but the deeper we get into this i just keep waiting
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for these people to stop apologizing and they keep waiting for regular people to stand up and say this person is telling the truth but nobody is he is bowing down to the mob and apologizing and here is the thing once they know that this is a pattern they can repeat they will keep on repeating it is now the next time the ceo wants to speak his mind he will not do it or for manager wants to speak is mind about the truth of what is happening he won't do it we are in a place right now in society where people are not allowed to say things that are facts we are not allowed to talk about the situation we are living in. steve: that's right you cannot tell the truth it is so sad to see it we just have to keep
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steve: sometimes a little things eliminate the big things to capture msnbc morning show is a great discussion about the american dream was david rubenstein who is just written a book but at the end joe scarborough took it into a polarizing direction trump voters don't believe in america. it sounds to me like that is outrageous and i said so on
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twitter that prompted a furious reply he called me a liar i never said that i would never say such a thing okay that was pretty definitive perhaps i miss her so i replied i would happily withdraw my comment if i was wrong let's check the tape i said. i assume they have the tape since it is their show but i have not heard back. 's we checked the tape and here it is spent have a lot of work to do to convince people the american media is still alive. >> and you see a lot of people who supported certain candidates in 2016 and 2020 not believing in america and even getting to a point where they attacked the people's house united states congress. steve: he absently said what i heard maybe he meant something else but he didn't it was a
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casual smear against millions of americans and call me a liar for pointing it out i would make too big of a deal who cares about us that on tv but illustrates a bigger point that we should be concerned about how readily they lie and that's a more significant issue it's a problem for the country on monday in the house trial this is a testimony. >> you are standing between three and 5 feet from him with your arms up in the air. >> not until you pointed the gun at him with your hands down that he fired? >> correct. steve: this was reported that night by msnbc. >> those came across after he shot and killed joseph and was about to kill anthony he
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acknowledges he was armed with a pistol that says his hands were raised when he was shot by rittenhouse. steve: except he didn't say that. at the top of the show that night msnbc told the audience the exact opposite of the truth played again back to back. >> it wasn't until you pointed your gun at him that he fired? >> correct. >> he acknowledged he was with a pistol that his hands were raised when he was shot by rittenhouse. >> i don't think i've seen a more blatant lie there is no way that is a mistake that was msnbc deliberately lying to the audience about its own narrative any own ideological agenda when you i.c.e. so blatantly about a high-profile incident that is not a little like that a big lie not so
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common it makes it impossible to have a shared conversation this country about the same set of facts that made up world and the world of lies invented by msnbc and where russian collusion down something the clinton campaign did and that the kid rather than a decent young man to stand against provocation the russia bounty on american soldiers with a conspiracy theory and the shooting in the black attacks on white supremacy and killed by a fire extinguisher and hunter biden's laptop was misinformation these are all lies not mistakes or misunderstandings that those that are pushed by the media as propaganda.
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(judith) in this market, you'll find fisher investments is different than other money managers. (other money manager) different how? don't you just ride the wave? (judith) no - we actively manage client portfolios based on our forward-looking views of the market. (other money manager) but you still sell investments that generate high commissions, right? (judith) no, we don't sell commission products. we're a fiduciary, obligated to act in our client's best interest. (other money manager) so when do you make more money? only when your clients make more money? (judith) yep, we do better when our clients do better. at fisher investments we're clearly different. steve: she did just a great job last week, sara carter back as this week's closer,
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looking at continuing fallout from durham investigation, russia hoax trail leads to one doorstep the clinton. >> there may be many roads we've been investigating, i know for fast 5 1/2 years since i started looking into the story. one to mccabe the other comey or brenon -- brennan, every one leads to hillary clinton. for example right now jake sullivan, a national security adviser he was mentioned in durham's report, interesting, he spot not a target but the lawyer for hillary clinton, who was paid by dnc to get the dodgey dossier contacted
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sullivan when he was working for hillary clinton and campaign. pushed a lie that the trump towers was paying off of a russian bank, called alpha bank, we knew that lies started with the hillary clinton campaign and those connected to it i think what john durham will do continue to follow the leads down that road, i really hope, that he does not stop. i really hoped that the department of justice does not swipe under the rug the people they want to flow under the rug, and they expose everything and everyone, and ern is under hillary clinton. clinton. steve: we talked about names that keep coming back. last week it was fiona hill. this week jake sullivan. he just, he was i think, now
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you know focusing on foreign policy, he was her main poll visaed visor. >> yes. there are many lawmakers who find him a terrible policy adviser. and now we have a lot of lawmakers calling for him to resign because of his connects, not just that simple, his wife works for department of justice there are a lot of connections with family members and there is concern like an insistous washington d.c. playbook, this is the reason that president trump was so adam ant of cleaning it out, we're seeing more evidence that they weaponize the fbi and the doj, they
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being the democrats and clinton campaign as well as people within the intelligence community that trampled on u.s. constitution, that is what americans cannot get over, there are two sets of justice, one for them? one for us? i think that is what angered so many people, as they continue to indict. as they continue to indict, more and more doors will open, i think there will be a since of justice if john durham goes full throttle and cleans out all the way, i'm disappointed in fact we didn't see anything happen with andy mccabe, i'm concerned that puppet master and their bag of tricks have not been called out.
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steve: revealing. the -- thank you for watching, set your dcv, nancy grace is up next, see you next sundays when the next revolution will be televised. ♪ ♪ ♪ nancy: 17-year-old kyle rittenhouse ahead he traveled to kenosha as a volunteer medic to protect local businesses during the blm protest, out of all protesters that night one opened fire, kyle rittenhouse, he leaves in his wake two dead bodies and i person shot and bleeding, tonight the cased shoulded to closing arguments, will his


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