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>> sean: all the rights. that is that for mean today and for the rest of the year unless there is big breaking news. thank you for making the show possible and always being there with us. hope you have a very merry christmas, a great new year. i'm coming back ready for a political fight. hope you will join us. let not your heart be troubled. very merry christmas and happy new year. laura ingraham. >> laura: very happy christmas. where you skedaddle and ought to? is this your last night before the new year? the rest of us will be toiling away tomorrow night. >> sean: there have been years where i got called back from vacation. that could happen. >> laura: once again. 100,000 tiny violence are playing in the other room. oh, my god. so, sean, are you a new year's resolution type person or no?
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do you do new year's resolutions? >> sean: on vacation i try to center myself, find god, and then get my creative juices flowing. and i already know where i am heading. i know next year is the biggest, most important midterm election year in our lives, and i'm going to be focused like a laser beam. >> laura: welcome to center yourself and find god. you seem like one of those posters that are corporate walls. it's so perfect. i'm just going to have a margarita and go to mass and call it a day. that's we are all doing in our mass make our household. >> sean: have some vodka and call it a day as well. >> laura: entity, we will miss you and i will -- happy new year. thanks so much. i am laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle." from washington, a group of anti-mandate protesters try to eat at applebee's peer they were met with a group of cops that probably could have stopped last
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summer's rights. one of those arrested is here tonight with all the details. plus, we're going to bring you in an grammatical investigation. afghan migrants being kept in swanky hotels in the surrounding community have no clue about it. tonight, we are going to take you to bethesda, maryland, for and expose it you cannot miss. but first, the reset they need. that is the focus of tonight's angle. it has been a blue holiday season for democrats in washington. every poll has biden cratering. there is intraparty finger-pointing over their stalled agenda, and the nation is saying we are done with covid. and in a major blow, for monroe chad pergram, the senate parliamentarian ruled that the senate -- out of order for build back better. they are not kosher at all. and that is not all. today, biden formally pulled the plug on his social spending bill for the year.
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well, this is what happens. this is the chaos that ensues when you nominate a man as president who doesn't have the stamina or the mental capacity to carry out the job. as things stand now, joe biden, at home and abroad, can really persuade anyone of anything. it's kind of a big problem, don't you think? at this point, democrats know they are going to get wiped out next year, and the thought of being in the minority with biden in the white house, it is frankly too much for a lot of them to take. just today, californian congressman alan lowenthal, a democrat, announced his retirement item midterm. joining 19 other democrats who are also not returning. frankly, i don't blame them. but we are the party of the young, democrats love to say. we are the future. can. conservatives are so boring. it turns out the young people actually value results and incompetence is pretty cool after all.
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since january, biden's approval among adults under 30 has fallen 50 points. today, only 29% of that group approved of the job biden is doing. oh, my goodness. and it's not just the young people who are fleeing biden. his underwater and other key demographics as well. women, minus work with them. college grads, minus 3.4, and for the big one, independence, biden is almost 32 points underwater. among hispanics, he dropped from a positive 34.728 poultry -- and that approval rating. this is just a nightmare of a scenario. for the president and his party but for the current domain country as well. sure it on the republicans are going to flourish in the short term with biden floundering, but ultimately, we will all be better off if we had two
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functioning sain parties in america. thus, in the holiday spirit, i'm going to offer biden and the hail democrat some important advice tonight. not that this year is basically shot, you need a complete reset in 2022. it is time to move beyond covid, sideline fauci, and start working with real republicans. that means not liz cheney and adam kinzinger. on issues like the border, coping, and crime. let's take the inflation issue. you know it is bad. it is going to get worse when liberal economist paul, a guru for the left, had to do a 180, writing "team transitory" myself included, that we are looking at a temporary blip. so far, warnings about inflation have proven right. while team transitory's predictions that inflation would quickly fade have been wrong. at least he admitted it.
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inflation, simply put, is a massive tax on every american. and felt motor cutely by those who can least afford it. the report found that the average u.s. household will of been forced to shell out $3500 per more in the past year in order to have the same standard of living that they had before. lower income families will spend a staggering 7% more. democrats need to stop trying to shove a round peg into a square hole with the build back better fiasco. it needs to be shelved permanently. giving these inflation numbers on the national debt, you just can't do it. it is time to start cutting spending, not increasing it. inflation is the number one issue for most americans today, and as long as the democrats think they can spend their way out of the problem, they will just continue to lose. now on covid, as we have tried
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to warn biden in the past, the american people have just had it. they are tired of covid, tired of talking about covid, hearing about it, changing their lives for appeared according to this, almost 70% surveyed do not want more mandates or restrictions, even with omicron. no matter how much hyperventilation they hear on tv, they are done. but listen to the grim reaper earlier today. >> for unvaccinated, we are looking at a winter of severe illness and death. unvaccinated. for themselves, their families, and the hospitals that will soon overwhelm. >> laura: and a partridge in a pear tree. again, totally dismissing any protection from natural immunity that the previously infected already have. always emphasizing the negatives. that is always what they do. talk about a losing strategy with the voters. to the fact is, a lot of people have gone the vaccine. over 57 million have also gotten
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boosted. that number is going to increase. but still, we know this as well, that are around the shows us that the double vaccination in the boosted people aren't immune from infection. they are still getting into. a virus is going to virus, as we say, and early treatment and protecting the vulnerable is where biden's focus should not be. even former lockdown lever herself, gretchen witmer is nixing mandates for state employees now. and this is where biden needs to be heading. all mandates need to be drops nationwide. if people want to wear masks on plane, go at it. if they don't, don't penalize them. if they have objections to the vaccine, they shouldn't be forced to get it, and they shouldn't be cut off from daily life were treated like pariahs. the facts to people can spread the virus too, as we now all know. colorado governor has finally realized all this, and he
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basically declared the covid emergency over. and as bad as biden is doing on inflation and covid, he is doing, if you can believe it or not, even worse on the crime issue. the latest abc poll found that only a little more than one in three americans, 36%, proof of biden's handling on crime, down from 43% and just late october. after the george floyd rights, biden is activist based proposed the most idiotic ideas ever. defunding the police. all of president claimed he was just reforms and not defunding, the public saw his party joined at the head with the blm crowd. as this trickle down the biden and now has helped fuel the blistering increase in crime across america. murder is up all over the country, even in cities like milwaukee, which has said homicide records two years in a row now.
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and as smash and grab scenes we have seen play out over and over again on tv represent real losses for real people. perhaps this will mean if things don't turn around soon, the end of read forever in urban america. and it is so bad that far left mayor london breed in san francisco took a hard turn right yesterday. >> and it is time that the rain of criminals who are destroying our city, it is time for it to to come to an end. that it comes to an end when we take the steps to be more aggressive with law enforcement. more aggressive with the changes in our policies. and less tolerant of all the [bleep] that has destroyed our city. >> laura: that sounds like donald trump. right? that sounds like any conservative who has been talking about this issue for the last couple of years. but of course, the propagandist that seen in our pretending that this represents no about-face
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whatsoever. >> she is right. it is what we have saying during the pandemic, about the right rg crime. i think people need to stop listening to the people quick on all the way far left and we want to defund the police and all these belt reformist. >> laura: i must've missed all of those shows. there were dozens and none of them that were crying to defund the police efforts. but nonetheless, it's obvious, the regime media that has realized that following the far left means getting blown into political oblivion. none of it is working. as rudy giuliani told us tickets to go, the only way to stop crime is to crack down on crime. similarly, the only way to control the border is to crack down on illegal crossings. that issue is killing biden. a new fox business poll has him 23 points underwater on the immigration issue, and the number is only going to get
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worse now that illegal crossings are on the rise again. >> log groups of migrant families cross illegally into the u.s. in the walk to border patrol to give themselves. an immigration crisis that was once described as seasonal by the biden administration back in the spring as shown no signs of slowing in the middle of december. >> laura: okay. they arrested more than 173,600 individuals at the u.s.-mexico border in just the month of november. more than double the number from november 2020. this is infuriating and it's exactly why the open border radicals and his own party once, a borderless world. the only sane thing that's happened at our border is the reinstatement of trump's remain in mexico policy, and that was only because the court ordered biden to do it. everything else has been a travesty. but of course, the nonfox media
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has refused to properly cover the issue, focusing almost solely on the humanitarian aspects of the crisis. forget crime, forget the cartels getting enriched, human smuggling, drug trafficking, human wages being cut as a result of a lot of new workers, and forget the fact the public school classrooms are being overcrowded. so when will biden wake up? does anyone on his staff that the heavily expended border towns are turning red? henry cuellar is one of the few democrats actually sounding the alarm. >> the latinas in south texas, and i've been in some of those counties the last couple of days, has said, they know what they have heard, they want the border security. >> laura: unless biden orders them to change course at her border and returned to trump
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policies that worked, the border will not ever be secured, and that is just the way alejandra my orchids, the secretary likes it. but at least we have a borders are. i know that is what you are saying. and thank god for kamala harris being on the case, resting all those people down there and addressing all those root causes. >> vice president harris still in charge of addressing the root causes of migration from el salvador, honduras, and guatemala? >> she just announced a commitment that she is announcing this afternoon. >> why is it that she has not spoken to the prison of guatemala since june? in six months. >> i'd see dominic did see this kind of strange report from the president of guatemala saying that he has had no contact with the white house, which is inaccurate. >> laura: no. no contact with kamala harris, but nice try, jen psaki. it doesn't take a political genius to realize that biden and his party need to complete and
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total reset in 2022. he talks a lot, doesn't he come about working class roots. it is time to push policies that actually help the working class. symbolism alone, spin from jen psaki, fluffy profiles by the regime media, none of it will, only real substantive change, real move to the middle. he won. the squad and some of those hard left activists that have driven him into this stage, but this reset must be done. otherwise, the great white out of 2022 will said his party back a decade and deeply arm the country that he professes to love so deeply. and that is the angle. joining me now is florida senator rick scott. chair of the national republican senatorial committee. senator, is there any indication that the democrats understand why they are in such a deep poll right now with the american
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people? >> it so bad, i called the white house this week over something that was going on in cuba and they hung up on me. i said so i'm a sitting u.s. senator, you won't take a message or anything. they said, no, it is disrespectful to say that and they hung up on me. they're not listening to anybody. they will do anything about the border, they don't do anything about getting gas prices down ad food prices down, they have done nothing on the supply chai. i said i'm not going to let any nominees go through the senate until pete buttigieg and they tell us what they are doing on the supply chain creed we to call this week, they have done nothing. no problem solved. they are doing nothing on crime, nothing to stop the indoctrination of our kids. they are continuing down the path. i -- first of all, they are crazy. it's not what average americans want. is no one low income americans want. does no one any american's want
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>> laura: they are losing grounds among every cheat demographic. i don't know of one demographic he hasn't lost significant ground with. we laid out some in the angle. what was tending to me is that biden seem to be suggesting today that there could be more lockdowns on the way if enough people don't get boosted. watch this. >> go get boosted if you had your first two shots. if you haven't, go get your first shot. it is time. it is past time. and we are going to protect our economic recovery if we do this. keep schools in business open if we do this. >> laura: wait, "if" we do this? if people don't get boosted, what is he suggesting there, senator? and what will the republicans in the u.s. senate do to stop any potential lockdowns or more restrictions? >> we will do everything we can. we voted this week to make sure -- last week -- voted to get rid
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of the mende but the house is not going to take that up. you get tired of them saying they are going to help the poor and then hurting the poor. i grew up in a poor family. i watch my mom struggle to put food on the table. it was across my state are saying to have enough money for gas was feeding my kids? rent is going up how much? in the biden administration democrats to spend more money, cause more inflation, raise their taxes, oh, not for the rich, remember. in the latest bill, they want to give the rich in california tax break. and charity care in florida and texas and some other states. you can't make this stuff up. the reason why the republicans reject the biden agenda is because it is horrible for them. >> laura: it doesn't work, senator, i'm going to bring up something with you that i brought up with pretty much every republican senator and congressman who has been on the show.
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if republicans get control of congress next year, will republicans be ready on day one with legislative act after legislative act to undo the damage that they have been doing and put forth are really pro-growth aggressive program for the middle class in this country? otherwise we are going to be an anti-biden party and without substantive results to show for it. >> i walked in with a plan to get the economy going and make sure we improve our education system, make sure we do use our crime, make sure we invested in infrastructure and environment. all these things. that's all we have to do. have to have a positive agenda go full board and get things passedded. >> laura: and mitch mcconnell is on board with this? going to be johnny on the spot? >> absolutely. going to get things done. people want to get things done paid a lot of people like me who come to washington to do
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something. we are to make sure we elect as many as we can. >> laura: senator, great to see you. thank you. and he will not believe the next story. two caffeine, california teachers coaching -- to embrace a trans identity behind her back. plus, u.s. senator soft on china due to donations from a u.s. company? we are going to explain it in moments. ♪ ♪ it's the season of smiling. and at aspen dental, we make it easy to gift yourself the smile you deserve. new patients, start today with a full exam and x-rays, with no obligation. if you don't have insurance, it's free. plus everyone saves 20% on their treatment plan with flexible payment solutions for every budget. we're here making smiles shine bright so you can start the new year feelin' alright. call 1-800-aspendental
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♪ ♪ >> laura: a shocking report out of california where two teachers are accused of coaching a young girl into transgender is in behind her parents back. fox's matt finn is in our west coast newsroom with more. man, what can you tell us tonight? >> at the school board meeting last night here in california, the parents of the 12 year old student unleashed on the teachers they say affirms their daughter as transgender behind their back. jessica alleges that staff at this school district near monterey encouraged her seventh grade daughter to join an l gtb q club where she believes her teacher told her
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daughter that she was trans fluid. here is a portion of the skating speech at last night school board meeting. >> you -- my parents -- my child. before i knowledge grade i didn't even get to show support. you asked for support. i didn't get a chance. her job was to educate in math, science, english et cetera. do your job, and let me do mine. speak of the post-millennial website reports that woman, jes, felt blindsided when a teacher and principal at the middle school informed her that her daughter was trans fluid, making her feel "small as a parent for not knowing." fox news reached out to the district superintendent for comment on the story with no response yet. but here is what he said last night. speak of the district is addressing the situation in an impartial, fact-finding way to an third-party investigative firm out of sacramento. we began reviewing our policies and exploring verbal resources
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regarding students. >> there is more to this. author abba guerra reported last month that leaked audio of teachers from the school reveals they also targeted certain kids for this club by coming through their school history. one teacher also reportedly said they don't keep a record of attendance for that club in an effort not to upset the parents. laura. >> laura: unreal. thank you. now shifting gears to china, let's start with some good news. the senate unanimously passed the forced labor prevention act which banned imports tied to slave labor in northwest china. why did this take so long? it past the house. it was being blocked by cinematic coming -- that would be bad enough we also learned that nike was also opposing this bill. have to keep those cheap sneaker shipment coming kids. and nike is his biggest donor
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appeared last september alone, nike is x gave his campaign over $60,000. joining me now is tennessee senator bill haggerty who sits on the foreign relations committee. senator, what were these games that he was playing on this and as so many are wondering, the apparent or perhaps potential conflicts of interest? >> as he said, senator rubio has but legislation to get her. i joined him to prevent companies here in america the buying products they were and made with forced slave labor of the weaker population. they blocked us like so many things and what we find out is that companies in his state and frankly companies across america have benefited from this. this bill that we put forward, and i bliss to be signed by resident by the income will prevent that. it is 2021. the trump administration at the beginning of this year named the
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chinese communist party has. that is what they are conducting near in the uyghurs and the changing region. and we can stop that. it's should have been done long ago. >> laura: the idea that we are taking any product or any component of a product that is made by around the globe. given our own history with slavery. this should be a no-brainer. so i thought of dominick's office and said you were to be kidding me. but in another issue out there where china wants get its way, five g.o.p. senators that are on the screen now are trying to limit the president's authority to impose tariffs. pat toomey in pennsylvania. we have buses here, bill cassidy, mike lee and ben stats. mike lee breaks my heart.
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doesn't surprise me about cassidy. by this would be a huge gift to the cc peer. how do we advance our interests when prominent senators still aren't seeing clearly about the threats posed by the ccp? >> to be clear, i am for more oversight of this administration through congress. in this case, give many who feel like they should deal china -- i view it from the other side. we need leverage. they understand strength and power. they do not play by the same set of rules we do. they steal intellectual property. the use slave labor. it's not a level playing field when it comes to china. but we need to do is basically things back toward this all started after world war ii. the united states created very favorable trade terms with many countries. now we have developed economies that are like her own that have uniquely unlevel playing fields with us. terms of trade therefore more favorable to them. >> laura: dumping products in the united states.
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a friend of mine in minnesota had to spend $5 million at the world trade organization to fight illegal dumping. companies here getting hammered by their cheap imports that they are jumping into this country. so again, this is a serious issue for the g.o.p. to face. and they better get right. because we are watching. this is one of the most important issues facing america and american manufacturing. yesterday, it was reported that members of the u.k. parliament were told that the lab leak theory is the most likely origin. so reporter pressed biden on china's lack of transparency and here is how he reacted. watch. >> your -- asked more to do transparent on the origins. >> laura: he laughed and he waved, senator. he won't take any of these tough questions, certainly not seriously. >> it is amazing.
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i think that the biden administration needs to wake up. not doing things as they wish they were, but understand what they are. a strategic adversary. these tools and tactics that are beyond anything that we would consider it fair here in the united states. we need to be dealing with the position of strength. we don't need to do anything unilateral and take leverage off the table. >> laura: go back to trump policy as they were. great to see you tonight. thank you for holding firm on this issue. in which legacy media brand is the most doom obsessed when it comes to covid? plus average citizens protesting new york city's facts meant they were arrested last night trying to eat at a restaurant. we are going to speak to one of those who is arrested, next. stay here.
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♪ ♪ him >> laura: you ever notice that in pandemic reporting, good news, common sense is almost always buried and then pessimism
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and doomsday scenarios dominate the airwaves. take the "atlantic" magazine for instance. reading through their most popular stories of the year, it gives you a sense of just the kind of depressed world they all want us to live in. and they are trying to just foist this dark view on all of us. here's a sampling beginning with uplifting headline of cocoa "i am starting to give up on posts pandemic life. despair is not a mild symptom." getting the website was "america is not ready for omicron." the new variant poses a far greater that at the collective level than the individual level. and yesterday, the atlantic ran with "don't be surprised when you get omicron." there is also "america has lost the plot on covid for avoiding the hardest questions about living with the coronavirus long-term." misery loves company, does not come in the media wants to
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project their own fears and their own paranoia in their own desire to stay home. don't let them. they are going to get better. things are already better. talk to the red states across america, they moved on long ago. and soon the doomsday routes will be voted out of power in 2022. speaking of covert lunacy, we turn out to the big apple. during the blm riots in new york city last year, the police often took a hands-off approach. but today, walking into an applebee's on faxed in protest of the cities of vax mandate, apparently warrants a small army of police officers. >> they -- speak out you guys are making the biggest [bleep] mistake of your lives. >> laura: i can't believe that is a scene out of the
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united states of america. joining me now is a woman you just being arrested in that video. joe. joe, the size of the police contingent, and i'm a big supporter of nypd. a lot of wrens who are nypd officers. great people. but the size of that force that showed up, what was that all about? >> i myself supported nypd last year. i was home -- i supported nypd. i'm a registered republican. i even voted for trump. but now, as you see, the police officers that are supposed to work to protect us citizens are now taking orders from de blasio who last year told them to step down and allow our city to be burned down to the ground. i don't know what that was about. we were a group of teachers,
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health care workers, law-abiding citizens that are only crime that we committed was the fact that we want to do eat and we are unvaccinated. >> laura: mayor de blasio and the whole democratic crowd in new york city really want to make life they are extremely difficult for people like you. and you are a taxpayer, you are a hard worker, as our foul were all your friends, i understand. what does this tell you about the united states and eight blue city like new york city now? >> well, the united states was supposed to be the most powerful nation in the world in new york city is supposed to be the most powerful city in the world. people look up to us for freedom. we are the last beacon of hope. but we are losing this country and if we lose america, to risk
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nowhere else to run. we are going to head into a totalitarian state, as you can see, we are already heading that way. and it -- this country stands for freedom. my parents came from the dominican republic. i was born in rates in the bronx. and i work for the public school system as a paraprofessional and october 1st was my last day of working there like a seven the video, i cannot work and i cannot teach, and i am an american-born citizen in this country. people should be very scared because if this is happening in america, this tells us that we are no longer free anymore. >> laura: what you say to all the worried liberals who say you are being selfish. just get the jab. you won't infect other people or potentially infect other people. that is their argument.
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>> 2020 i was trying to write goat the mic warn people regardless of their political affiliation, regardless of their race, i can't count the people that have told me i'm selfish, that i should die because i'm unvaccinated. i told them that they are hypocrites because last year they were talking about diversity and inclusion and gender inequality and wanting to bridge the gap that everyone can be treated equal. but not today, they are saying no to that. the same liberals don't want to support me. in the same liberals that were screaming for black lives matter. now black lives does not matter because i don't support their agenda. it's disgusting to call yourself a liberal and yet you want everyone else to do what you want them to do. what is good for my body is not good for your body. this is my body, my choice. same for abortion, but we don't have the right to have a medical
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freedom. and liberals need to check themselves. >> laura: will you ever get the vaccine for any reason? maybe he has more time goes by. speak out no. absolutely not. i don't do flu shots. it's my personal decision. i really had the virus. did not -- natural immunity. they say follow the signs, but natural immunity isn't in the signs. but i will never get it and i don't appreciate the way the biden administration is pushing this in this country. first he said he was not going to push this mandate. and even if it was a law, when the government is being tyrannical trying to decide what you need to put in your body, then we are no longer free people in new york state. last time i checked, this is so america, and i'm going to fight for this country. >> laura: are there a lot of african american citizens in
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your view in new york who agree with your view on this? who you personally know? >> a lot. the majority of the unvaccinated population in new york city is actually black americans. which, again, is so hypocritical because last year it was all about race and now these people don't want to hear the black boys. >> laura: we are getting important information from you and appreciate your point of view. we will be following this issue and your case, so keep in touch with us. just miles from our nation's capital, the hyatt hotel has been transformed into a refugee boardinghouse and local residents are being kept in the dark in an exclusive the ingraham angle investigation is next.
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♪ ♪ >> laura: in the heart of bethesda, maryland, just miles from capitol hill, sits a pretty nice hyatt regency predominance of local residents, the hotel is being used as housing for afghan refugees. a tenant who shares a building told the ingraham angle exclusively at hundreds of afghan nationals have been housed there for over two months. the tenant also told us the older african children living there have already been enrolled in local schools using the hotel
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as their permanent address. to see for ourselves, we sent an angled producer down there to find out and she asked the hotel's general manager who is evasive about it. in addition, we reached out to the hhs office of refugee settlement in the state department and so far no real response. hyatt's corporate office and tessa weasley statement about parent empathy that avoided our question. but then we found the truth buried on the website tripadvisor. one customer review from november noted that the presence of government monitors for the hundreds of afghan refugees who have been there for weeks. a cycle review from last month mentioned around the clock sitting outside the room's. doctors in and out and marines. and was a little overwhelming for 12 and 13-year-old girl. transparency prior to checking and would've been nice. hyatt's response to this post confirmed our story saying we
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sincerely apologize for not letting you know about this prior to checking in. will take steps to make sure you and other guests are made fully aware in the future. well, we need transparency all right. where else this is happening across the country? it is time for answers. joe me now is someone who has studied this afghan refugee resettlement issue better than most, stephen, director of research at the center for immigration studies paired stephen, how many other hotels, apartment buildings across the country would you guess her quietly housing or not so quietly housing these refugees? >> remember, 124,000 is what we flew out of the country on emergency basis without a lot of bedding. so we clearly have dozens of places around the country like this hotel. but remember, states, the governor of the state is supposed to be -- is generally notified but not necessarily the local government end. and that's probably what has happened here. >> laura: back in august,
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maryland governor larry, said this about afghan refugees. watch paid >> was the first governor to reach out and say we would reach out and take more of these special immigrant visas. we have artie received some over the past week or two into our state and we're going to try to get as many as we can. >> laura: stephen, he is trying to get as many as he can. into maryland. what? what is he talking about? >> 124,000. of the 124,000 people that were evacuated, only a few thousand actually qualified for special immigrant visas. the rest are not even qualified to be refugees or don't have refugee status. we are patrolling them. it is a different status and take the united states. congress has allocated $7 billion for so far about $56,000 per afghan in the united states. that is how they can afford to put them up in a hotel like that were dozens of hotels across the
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country. but the question remains, what is a community's ability to absorb people, as emily people, communities just don't have any rights to say we can't handle ae or something like that. it is really the refugee resettlement agencies that make that decision. >> laura: stephen, the amount of money this cost the united states for unvented individuals who are basically just rolled into the country, no checks, no questions, no follow-up, is stunning. and we have so many emergencies like we are seeing in kentucky and beyond. stephen, this is shocking. thank you so much. time for the latest edition of does biden even know who is in his cabinet? watch
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