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got older, my hearing was not so good so i got hearing aids. my vision was not as good as it used to be, got a change in prescription. but the thing missing was my memory. i saw a prevagen commercial and i thought, "that makes sense." i just didn't have to work so hard to remember things. prevagen. healthier brain. better life. friday. see you back here ♪♪ >> tucker: welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." an obvious observation. that's what we specialize in. it feels like this country is losing control of inflation and it's getting worse. in dallas over the weekend a bottle of water is going for $8 which used to be free from the sky. now 8 bucks and people are paying it. if you are thirsty in dallas on saturday morning you didn't have a choice.
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this is not a small development. inflation will make this country poor faster than anything else well. if you think covid or climate change or police brutality or iran is a bigger threat to the united states than the devaluation of the u.s. dollar you should not be making meaningful decisions. you are a moron. let's check in with our friends at cnn to see what they are covering on the other news channel. planning a palace coup at the white house. another day in washington. cnn's researchers discovered joe biden is elderly and not that popular. therefore, he's probably not the best vehicle for the democratic party going forward. obviously he won't serve 2 terms. so cnn has a list of people to replace joe biden. it's amusing. somebody in cnn's math
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department finally finished the complicated calculations and concluded that joe biden biden will be 86 years old by the end of the second term. what? 86 years old? cnn had no idea joe biden was that old. time for someone new. that's what they are saying. as you watch this you feel sad for joe biden. he's been in office less than a year and his own supporters are measuring his coffin. of course they are. this was always going to happen. professional democrats are not sentimental people. they are realists. joe biden served his purpose. stopped bernie sanders in the primaries and made america save -- safe for private equity. carried interest still in the tax code. mission accomplished. it's time to pull joe biden off the stage before he gets older and less popular. it turns out supporting joe biden was never about any specific idealogy. we on the right fell for that one, but these people have no
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interest in principles or ideas. loyalty is a foreign concept. they care only about power. kind of scary, really. thankfully this same group is also stupid. stupidity is their one redeeming quality. if they were smart they would take over the world. they're certainly ruthless enough, but thank god they can't because they are too limited by their own bigotries and tiny intellects. how dumb are these people? well, assume everybody else is just like them. that's always the hallmark of true stupidity. they believe el salvador immigrants want to be called latinx. they have no idea they have social views that are so right wing they would be band on twitter. that's assuming el salvadorian immigrants use that term but they didn't. nancy pelosi was out there a couple of years ago talking about ms-13 and assuring us they
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were little angels. children of god. never sent a camera to el salvador to ask what they think about ms-13? what do you think we should do about ms-13? well, cut them into pieces and feed them to the dogs. what is their few on the trans community? cnn has even not thought about doing those interviews. they assume they don't need to. people at cnn believe that everyone who didn't vote for donald trump must have the same opinions as the dingbats trustfarian in bozeman and they imagine a world populated by people like themselves. college educated liberals. thank god they are world. they would be sterile and bossy and anti-human as the white house press secretary. imagine 8 billion jen psakis. horrifying. in reality the u.s. is more diverse than that, not that cnn
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has caught on nor do they have an idea of how unpopular they are. most americans are not racist but a lot hate these nasty, up-tight entitled white liberals who run cnn. and people like them. if you were to ask your average trump voter who do you really dislike? not that anyone will ever ask them that because no one cares what they think but if you did, they would say to cnn i am not mad at black people. i am mad at you. the dislike of that group of people is the deepest well of prejudice in the united states. it's totally justified. does cnn know that? no. of course they don't. they have no idea! wait until you see the list of the replacements for joe biden. first on the list is kamala harris. each is set to appeal to the dingbat in bozeman and no one else! kamala harris, that makes sense she is the vice-president but nobody likes
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kamala harris. nobody has ever liked her from the playground to her high school years in canada to 2021. to right now which is december 15th, 2021. why is kamala harris so unpopular? here's what she is like. >> is that a socialist or progressive perspective? >> no, [laughing] the value of education -- [laughing] mike pence on the debate stage. [laughing] [inaudible] [laughing]. where's kamala? and apparently they left me like a block behind because i had fallen out. [laughter] whew! [laughter] oh. what's up? >> and i looked back up and i said freedom! [laughter] >> tucker: kamala harris is
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a charmless phoney with such total and utter contempt for your intelligence she fully expects you to believe that her fake laugh is real! and that's bad but honestly it's not necessarily a deal-killer in politics. no one ever called richard nixon charming yet nixon won the biggest presidential landslide in 1920's. what was the biggest difference? nixon was confident. he had skills and could do things. kamala harris doesn't and she can't. kamala harris has zero skills and can't do anything. harris can't redecorate her office. she tried recently and made it uglier. what about pete buttigieg? everyone at cnn loves him. until a few years ago pete buttigieg dated women. now he is gay and a father and reads the atlantic magazine and uses unintelligible buzz words. many, many untell lidgeable buzz
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words. talk like him, it's not hard? pick a phrase and add the word racism. you have a future in the democratic party. >> do you think that people who supported president trump and his immigration policies are racist? >> anyone supporting this is supporting racism. our healthcare system is burdened by racism and our schools are burdened by racism and the uniform. but it goes far beyond that. it's a matter of concern for every american that we dismantle systemic racism in our lifetime. >> tucker: and roads are racist, too. certain kinds of people love this. if cnn anchors could use science, pete buttigieg is the candidate they would create in their baseman lab. road scholar, mckenzie
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consultant, no actual achievements of any kind. pete buttigieg could even run south bend, indiana. pete buttigieg has never shown an interest in improving the lives of actual people. his only real skill is talking about himself. every presidential election cycle you see someone like this. democratic candidates who are in effect media creations to pretend they could actually get elected but every election cycle, the voters laugh at these people. ask beto, he's been there. pete buttigieg is off the list. but he is not elizabeth warren. the candidate for voters who find kamala harris too authentic. kamala harris is too real for me. i'd rather have the manufactured version, someone who pretends to be an american-indian. if that is who you're looking for, you'll love elizabeth warren. here he is drinking beer with the man she claims is her
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husband like a totally normal american. >> i will get me a beer. my husband is here. do you want a beer? >> i will pass on the beer for now. >> i'll get you a stool. sit down. >> tucker: i am going to get me a beer. not in the white house. that's not going to fly. if you are going to replace someone as old and familiar as joe biden you need someone fresh and new. someone the country isn't familiar with. maybe that's what cnn was thinking when they included the illinois governor j.b. pritzker on the list. even if you have not heard his name. his faults are too obvious to ignore. he may be the only elected democrat in america who is unhealthier than joe biden. a couple of years ago pritzker broke his leg and admitted he had no idea how he did it. he had not seen his leg since 1993. we're not judging obviously, but is this the president you want
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during a covid-19 pandemic? he's a walking underlying condition. plus, not incidentally he's destroyed the state of illinois. cnn doesn't bother to interview a single one of them. wish pritzker the best. don't count on seeing him in the white house anytime soon. if you are still fixated on replacing joe biden with a governor, cnn recommends gretchen whitmer and phil murphy. maybe this is a test. phil murphy is from new jersey. read that and pause and begin to suspect maybe this whole list is cnn's stealthy attempt to test you, to see what you will believe. how ludicrous can they write it! phil murphy? phil murphy almost lost his job just last month. he was nearly defeated as an incumbent democrat governor in the state that's got a million more democrats than it has republicans. how much do people in new jersey
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hate phil murphy? that's how much they hate him, but now he should be president? come on! it sounds like a pothead intern in cnn pulled up the wikipedia entry for democratic governors and copied their names into the story. that's got to be how it happened. how else did gretchen whitmer make the list? who on, now! you should also know cnn recommends a former mayor, mitch landrue makes the list why not bill de blasio? why didn't bill de blasio replace joe biden? he is unemployed. bills could turn all of america into penn station. what a campaign slogan. 2024 make america filthy again. we are getting to the bottom of the cnn biden replacement list and we find the name of stacey abrams am she is a voting rights activist.
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de blasio 2024, make america filthy again. can't wait for cnn's endorsement for that. no doubt, it's coming. now we're getting to the bottom of cnn's replacement list. we find the name of stacey abrams. she was once -- electing stacey abrams president of the united states would amount to the single largest act of equity ever committed in the modern era. it'll signal the end of the modern era. you know exactly the kind of country would you get with stacey abrams in charge. is she unqualified for the job? of course she's unqualified. she's also -- this is a bonus -- totally delusional to this day, more than three years after the fact, abrams never conceded she lost the georgia governor's race. she still claims that election was stolen from her. but wait a second, you ask! isn't that an attack on democracy? when you challenge an election
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result in this country, you are -- as liz cheney often tells us -- shredding democratic norms, you might as well be living in moscow at that point. you're doing the bidding of vladimir putin. you're an insurrectionist and, yes, stacey abrams isn't living in moscow but living in atlanta in preluxurious circumstances, all made possible for the huge amounts of cash she gained by voting for -- fighting for voting rights. she spent half a million dollars for real estate herself despite owing internal revenue service $54,000 in back taxes. that's equity in action. once again you know precisely who stacey abrams is. but still, there's something about her that's not quite as repulsive as the rest of the people on cnn's list. say what you will about stacey abrams. she's not synthetic. she's no pete buttigieg who was implanted with a neoliberal master chip when he worked at mckenzie.
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"must stop climate change now!" no, stacey abrams isn't really like that. she's a drifter, obviously, but there's still a spark of recognizable humidity within her. she's clearly got a personal life. here is an excerpt from the soft porn novel she wrote called "hidden sins." >> their tongues tangled, danced and she reveled in the movement. she splayed eager palms against his chest and tormented the flesh she found there. too far away, she gripped his waist to pull him closer until see it stood cradled between his hard thighs tuck tuck that voiceover comes from our highly talented producer mr. alex but imagine stacey abrams doing the same thing. imagine stacey abrams standing on the west front of the capitol building three years from now at her inauguration reading her own
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words from "hidden sins" she faces the slender but rigid washington monument. somehow strange as it sounds, we can imagine that. in fact, we can imagine it vividly. cnn would be thrilled by the whole thing and we know for certain that jeff would cover it! dana is coanchor of "america's newsroom" cohost of "the five" and one of the best personalities on television. thank you for coming on. i won't ask to you respond to a lot of that script -- i wouldn't put you in that position. >> that was great, yeah. that was really great. >> tucker: let's stand back and consider a president who hasn't completed his first year in office. who finds the media organizations suddenly talking about replacing him mid stream. i have never seen anything like that.
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>> just last week the white house communication teams did a dog and phoney show to the media outlets and chastized them for bad coverage. many news out lets complied. one npr report talked about inflation and build back better. i could not believe my ears. the first 4 people they named already ran for president and lost. what does that say about the quality of their campaign? the other thing is that the democrats were hanging by a thread until president trump came along. then they unified in their distaste for him. trying to run that playbook again. i think is maybe some democrats and people at cnn are thinking that i don't know if that will work the second time. i heard two names you did not mention that are democrats to consider. i have a disagreement and a cliff hanger.
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first is governor jared polis of colorado. he's a liberal democrat. fearless talking about covid and said the pandemic emergency is over. i won't tell people what they can wear on their face. we're moving on. he talked about eliminating the state income tax in colorado so they can remain competitive. that's different and fresh thinking and i think the democrats might want to pay attention to that tuck tuck i strongly a-- to that. >> i strongly agree with that. his line about the covid emergency is over, the politicians, there are political considerations behind it, that's still not what the atlantic magazine is saying. that's brave in the context. i'm wondering if democratic voters are offended by that. >> maybe a small portion of them, however, if you look at what democrats found in the exit polling in virginia, what were the -- what did most of the independents vote on? it was the fact they were so mad about the schools being shut down for so long, that they were mad about the way that small businesses were treated in having to shut down during the
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pandemic in height of the pandemic when the big box stores like home depot got to stay opened. there's a deep-seeded anger about it, it's something out and especially people are voting with their feet taking their kids out of school. >> florida is bulging. what's the cliff-hanger? >> the cliff-hanger is something we've not talked about and that is sorry to say hillary clinton. i can read a tweet for you? it's also a treat! this is just today, ok? she said, 2024 is a make-or-break point for the continuation of american democracy. no one who believes in the power of voters to choose their leaders and the continuance of multiracial democracy could sit this one out. and so could it be a rematch in 2024? can america handle it? it wasn't on cnn's list but it probably should have been. >> sorry, i need to take a break. my brain's exploded. as dark as i am -- in my darkest moments i couldn't have thought of something like that and you're a light and cheerful
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person. makes me wonder about you a little bit. >> think about what alex could do with that material. >> it'lle amazing for cable news. great to see you. >> have a great night, everyone. >> the january 6th committee isn't a congressional committee, it's some sort of show trial operation trying to change the country. they're out of control! now we learn they've been doctoring evidence. they admitted they editditted -- edited text message. we have details on that ahead.
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♪♪ >> tucker: fox news is propaganda is what you always hear. no, there's actually more news on fox news than any other channel, more actual news which is to say facts. here's a story that won't be on the other channels but we thought should you know about. the january 6th committee was just caught doctoring evidence. fox's kevin is a journalist tracking this story for us tonight. kevin? >> evening, tucker. interesting story, indeed. once is an accident, twice a coincidence and three times is a pattern or a habit. based on that, critics would
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argue it would appear that adam sheriff has a -- adam schiff has a habit of misleading the american people. interesting story, indeed. he's previously been accused of leaking fake donald trump jr. e-mails and fabricating the transcript of the 2019 call between then president trump and ukraine's president. we heard his claim to have seen evidence of collusion between the trump campaign and the russians. that wasn't true either. on monday, according to the federalist, he doctored text messages between former chief of staff mark meadows and congressman jordan between the january 6th hearings. >> we could cue the first graphic. this one reads on january 6th, 2021, vice president mike pence as president of the senate should call out all electoral votes that believes are unconstitutional as no electoral votes at all. you can see why this is so critical to ask mr. meadows about. >> that is not an actual text
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message. the federalist goes onto say not only did adam schiff misrepresent the substance of the text and its source, it was significantly longer in original form than what adam schiff read and put on the screen to say nothing of the fact he added punctuation where there was none to give the impression that he tersely addressed pence to give "the order." the graphic was "reformatted adding the period that came with the sentence in question was added inadvertently" and that the select committee regrets the errors. tucker? >> tucker: oh too late. good to see you tonight, thank you. >> you, too. >> tucker: inga roddermacker was on the show general hospital, it's one of the longest shows in television. he has been fired because he will not comply with disney's mandatory injection policy.
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he is suing the company. he is an actor and a very smart guy who thought this through to a deep level. he's a man of principle, interesting person and really good person, actually and we had a long conversation with him for tucker carlson today. here is part of it. >> i am still blown away i am sitting here having this conversation. i never thought i would do this and i never thought i would number a lawsuit, a situation -- i would ever be in a lawsuit, a situation like that. i'm not that kind of person. but i can't turn a blind eye when i see people being bullied and coerced. this fight chose me. even though i am the one bringing this lawsuit to abc and disney, this is much bigger than me. this is about basic human rights and the medical freedom to choose. it's about all of the people who already lost their jobs and the ones that will lose their jobs in the future because of corporate vaccine mandates.
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i am confident and hoping we can make an impact with this case. i have a great team of lawyers by the way who i was introduced to by robert f. kennedy junior from children's health defense, and scott street and john howard, attorneys in l.a. they are at the fore front of the fight. they have cases against l.a. county and city and even the state of california against gavin newsom. the same group is helping me now as well. that's children's health defense, bobby, and another group called the perk group. i am super grateful for that. >> tucker: you were in a job loved. that was so heart breaking about your video. i am watching a man who loves what he does and wants to keep doing it but can't. there is something really sad about. that you hear the vaccine mandates are coming down from the corporate monsters at disney.
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do you take it seriously? do you think it will actually happen? >> yes. >> tucker: really? >> yes, because i think it was going in that direction. we were hearing about it. they said they would take religion exemptions. i put in and i was denied. >> tucker: that was denied it you? -- you went with the process? >> i did. i did. even though i am against all of it. >> tucker: of course. >> i went with that. >> tucker: no one says this out loud. i know a million people who have gotten fake cards. i am not taking a position either way. you could have done that. >> no, believe me. i have heard about that and i know people that have them. but, that's not standing up.
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i could not do that. i am not the kind of person that can turn a blind eye. this i have to fight. if i see corporations bullying people, i can't do. that i am adding to the problem if i had done that. >> tucker: i agree with you. i feel the same way. >> walking away. great job and great income. but there was no choice. there was no choice here for me. if it we don't choose what we are allowed to put in our bodies, we don't own our bodies anymore. then the government owns you. >> [overlapping talking]. >> tucker: i totally agree. >> it's so frustrating, it's so frustrating for me! >> tucker: here is a european man who grew up on a farm in australia who has strong beliefs about health and life, how to live and you're not trying to coerce anyone, not telling anyone to take the vax, you support people who want to take the vax, you're not against vaccines, you just don't care to take this one.
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you're not harming a single person and they fire you for it, what do you think their thinking is here? >> the way i look at this with the covid vaccine you would have a rational argument in the vaccine did a good job of stopping the spread that would you mandate it at work, but you'd still be wrong. i say! right now you don't have a rational argument. we all know that the vaccine doesn't do a good job at stopping the spread and we've had breakthrough cases at work and we're going continue to have breakthrough cases like we have all over the world. >> tucker: they're everywhere. >> so you don't have a rationale argument to mandate it. now you're telling me i need to take a medical treatment for myself to reduce covid symptoms. what if i disagree with that? i'm not spreading it at work. why mandate it? no one has been able to answer that question, that simple, simple question. >> tucker: how does an unvaccinated person threaten vaccinated people or threaten
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anyone? i ask that question constantly. no one has ever said i want to come on tonight to explain that to you. and i'll speak slowly so you can understand. >> no, they don't want to explain it. >> tucker: so what do you think this is really about? >> oh. >> tucker: you're in a safe space. >> no, i think it's about control obviously. i don't know where we're going with this. the fact they're doubling down on everything now, like, the governments in australia and some of the european ones, and people also don't realize that if we don't stand up to this, it's not going to go away. >> tucker: that was a conversation! we did not expect it to be as deep as it was or as interesting. really a man of principle. right now on foxnation, you can get it free at well, all of a sudden you're not hearing anything but the mass murder in waukesha, wisconsin, the other day, just like the other day, so why aren't you hearing about that? seems like kind of a big story. maybe you don't want to talk
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about it? a new documentary, "the trial of kyle" out tomorrow. exclusive preview coming up in just a moment.
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>> tucker: f >> tucker: so for defending his own life against three people who were trying to murder him, kyle rittenhouse was charged by the state with murder. from the very beginning, rittenhouse's trial for that reason was never about him or his assailants, it was about the rest of us. does this country still have the right of self-defense, the ancient right of self-defense? we thought it was significant from day one. we sent a camera crew, a group of documentary producers to the trial and they got behind the scenes access to kyle rittenhouse and his family and shot a lot of footage that's never been seen before, all part of our new documentary "the trial of kyle" partst tucker carlson -- part of the tucker carlson original series. it's out tomorrow.
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even if you're marinated yourself in this story, you'll learn something new from the story. here is the preview. >> it's the stuff that keeps you up at night. once you finally do get to sleep, your dreams are about what happened and you're waking up in a dark, cold sweat. >> yeah. >> you dream about what happened? >> every single night. it's scary actually. the dreams feel so real. they're not the same at all. they are all different. there are different scenarios that run through your head. what could have happened. i am alive but what could have happened? what if i wasn't alive? those type of dreams. it's bad. but almost every outcome is me getting seriously injured or hurt. or dead. those are just the dreams i have
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on a daily basis. >> the defendant will rise and face the jury and harken to its verdicts. >> the state of wisconsin versus kyle rittenhouse we find the defendant kyle rittenhouse not guilty. as for the second count of the information, we jury the find the defendant kyle rittenhouse not guilty. >> how do you feel, man? >> the jury reached the correct verdict. self-defense is not illegal. i believe they came to the correct verdict and glad everything went well. it's been a rough journey, but we made it through the hard part. >> tucker: that documentary is out tomorrow morning. we think it's worth your time. find it tonight at stream it first thing tomorrow morning. well, it seems like the world
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has already forgotten about the mass murder that just took place in waukesha, wisconsin. the biden administration finally decided to pretend to notice. they sent the first lady and the second gentleman down to pay their respects two weeks after the murders. so why is our leaders and our media been ignoring what happened in waukesha right after the kyle rittenhouse verdict? sean duffey is a former congressman from the state of wisconsin and joins us tonight. sean, thank you so much for coming on. so this, inherently mass murder is always a big deal. why is this one being ignored? >> thank you, i appreciate you telling this story from wisconsin but waukesha is a great community. they have great schools. they go to church on sunday. they love the packers. a place you want to raise your family, right? you have to look at the facts of the case. this is waukesha, mostly white, mostly christian, republican-leaning county. wrong place, wrong politics.
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darrell brooks is anti-trump and drives his suv down a christmas parade route and kills dancing grannies and an 8-year-old boy. he has a long rap sheet. we should all the racists are like kyle rittenhouse, trump supporters. those are the racists. it can't be darrell brooks jr. who is a black man who hates white people, so we can't cover the story them totally ice it out them don't want to be confronted with these facts of good people being mowed down by a really bad man, and a guy that should have been locked up in jail or not released on bail. >> tucker: i can't think of a more precise or accurate way to describe it. i don't think you're reading that off the screen. i'm impressed by how precisely that you put it. i don't want to divide the country more than it is, particularly along color lines, but the disparity between the way this is covered and the
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rittenhouse trial is covered, you just feel like the media have no credibility at all, like, literally at all anymore. >> quickly f you look at t you go how did they -- quickly, if you look at it, you see how did they cover the blm or the january 6th insurrection or don't cover the biden laptop story or this story. you wonder why people don't trust the media or why ratings are so low? as you mentioned, it's an outlet for the democratic party, radical wing of the liberals they support. that's the story they tell. people want to know this story. frankly, we should know this story to decide do we really want bail reform? do we really want criminal justice reform? is this a really good thing for america? what are the consequences of these policies on the american people? we should know that! but they wouldn't share it, so we don't know. we're still in the dark. >> tucker: man, that's -- again, so nicely described. i agree with that. and i think most of our people agree with what you just said. sean duffey, thank you. >> thank you, tucker. >> tucker: so it turns out the covid lab leaked theory probably
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not a theory. new evidence was just presented to the british parliament, and they've decided that it's the most likely explanation for where corona came from. we talked to one of the first people who told us this probably happened. he was attacked mercilessly at the time. that's straight ahead and new video just in of our elves packing away gifts. see the factory, american factory, not to brag, really is, actually. there's a few hours to put in the christmas orders at the website. we'll be right back. your christmas orders on the website. we'll be right back.
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>> ♪ ♪ >> tucker: the biden administration has been blaming working-class americans for covid for almost a year. a pandemic of the unvaccinated. it's blaming a specific portion of our population for a global pandemic. it's become increasingly clear no one in america caused it, the chinese government caused it! it's very likely this virus came from a lab in wuhan china that was conducting experiments
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on bat coronaviruses and had been for a long time in part from money from the u.s. government that was signed off by tony fauci. why blaming america's working class for something they did? today members of the british parliament were told the lab origin is more likely than not. oh. that's kind of a new story! the harvard scientist added this. a genetically origin is probably reasonable. no one that has had corona knows immediately, this is weird. it doesn't feel like a normal virus. it feels chemical. ask anyone who has had it. joe biden was asked about this today. he's clearly responsible. 800,000 people died on his watch because of it here is his reaction. here it is. >> why don't you ask china to do more to be transparent on the
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origins? >> tucker: why don't you ask china to be more transparent? steven is the author of bully of asia. he knew right away what this was and told us on this show it likely came from the lab. he, of course, was attacks as a conspiracy nut for saying that, we thought it'd be interesting to talk to him now. thank you very much for coming on. you are very close to becoming completely vindicated, certainly the consensus is that you're right. it must feel kind of weird to be one of the very first people to call this correctly? >> well, it feels like vindication. of course, you had a great hand in helping that vindication as well because you were covering this story from the beginning. 22 months ago we nailed it. we said this probably came from the lab. all roads led to the wuhan lab. all roads led to the wuhan institute of virology.
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we taught the chinese scientists how to do gain of function and funded it with u.s. tax dollars. then they released it back on us to kill u.s. taxpayers. how about that? but, you know, the other shoe will drop soon, and the other shoe about this thing is that it is a bioweapon! it's what we call an unrestricted bioweapon which means that it's low lethality. it effects an awful lot of people. it's got plausible deniability. that's what the scientific community when it catches up with us in a year will acknowledge. they will acknowledge it was released during vaccine trials in wuhan. they had what they called the spear which is the virus and they wanted the shield which is the vaccine to protect their own people before they released this bioweapon on the world. the virus escaped. that's also what we will probably learn. there is evidence that's true. we may be ahead of the curve. this is where the evidence is leading. why didn't we know this earlier?
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because of two misinformation campaigns. one run by china with the help of the flunkies in the world health organization and one run out of dr. fauci's shop who didn't want anyone finger-pointing at him because of his funding of gain of function research in the wuhan lab. he's got $6,100,000 budget. he has a huge budget every year. >> tucker: it's beyond belief. for them to blame americans for this goes too far. steven, thank you. >> thank you. >> tucker: a lot going on. tomorrow morning the trial of kyle comes out. sign up to stream for free. we'll be on early to talk about it on "fox and friends" we'll be right back.
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we will see you tomorrow. watch our full conversation on tucker carlson today and trial kyle ou we'll be back 8 p.m. the sworn enemy of lying pomposity, smugness and group think. now, ladies and gentlemen, the great sean hannity. >> sean: thanks, welcome to "hannity." we are tracking multiple stories surrounding joe biden. the sham january 6th committee. a new scheme from elizabeth warren toe pack the supreme court. we begin with a brief update from afghan >> day 123. >> sean: 136 days since joe biden promised not to not only are our fellow americans trapped in afghanistan, the administration still doesn't know how manyic americanss were left behind.


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