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put less food in the bag. we have all open that bag of potato chips that is so empty you expect to see -- >> neil: that is a whole nother show, my friend. jimmy, i want to thank you. abby, thank you very, very much grade we will resolve this in no time soon but we will try. ♪ ♪ >> hello everybody, i'm jesse watters along with greg gutfeld, dana perino, harold ford jr. and dany pavlovich. talking about new york city, this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> covid is spreading so rapidly. you notice it just happened almost overnight. just in the last month. so no -- but the alarm bell went off. i don't think anybody anticipated that this was going
to be as rapidly spreading as it did. >> that is not going to age well for joe biden. the president claims the new variant claim out of nowhere even of the white house warned everybody about it weeks ago. another cdc director says he is full of it. watch. >> we anticipated this. this is what we have been preparing for. there have been times where other countries have the virus before us on the one and a half to three day range and so this is exactly what we anticipated. >> also being holed up in a long way to once to get a test. and the shortage added at home once. but let's not play into biden's doom and gloom winter of death message. there is a very good news on the covid front. a new study says omicron as an 80% lower risk of hospitalization. and even though biden doesn't want to talk about this, the fda just authorized potential game changing antiviral pills to treat covid.
they greatly decreases hospitalizations and deaths. they could become available in the next coming weeks. so i think we'll have to acknowledge here we are in boxes. we don't want to be in boxes. we hate being in boxes. we resisted being in boxes. we were told to be in a box out of an abundance of caution just to get us through the holidays and hopefully we will be back to normal. when we return from site holiday. greg gutfeld, it is great to see you. your thoughts on the covid developments. >> i find a heartbreaking, no mike that i be close to harold. the love and the time of the pandemic is destroying us. there is so far away yet i can see him. i can almost touch and, but i won't. you know it's amazing, how far ahead this show has been on a lot of things. for example, we were the first show i think to talk about the travel ban and to talk about
telemedicine. and yet there seems to be all these epiphanies happening on other networks and fauci saying we should focus on the severity enough a number of cases. and cnn is like wow, that is a great idea. we have been saying this forever. that is what we set about omicron is that you are going to see a lot of cases but not a lot of severity. and so the cases are mild and then that leads you to the next thing. what is the government and what is fauci doing with this ten day isolation thing? if everybody is being tested and getting omicron, why are these forced to stay at home for ten days? because we know with the right thing to do is, and that is today to cut that down to three or four days unless people get back to work. especially my staff on good filled who were sitting at home and watching me right now. omicron is the next to the last scene in the movie after the climax with the townspeople think the hero. the villain is seemingly defeated. but then that last scene the villain rises up and then he is
easily vanquished. this pandemic movie is about over. the estimated running time is going to end on february 1st. a lot of us are going to have omicron. we are going to be fine. we just have to work together and also be patient with our befuddled government. one last movie analogy. remember with "rocky" is apollo creed versus rocky within the next sequel they were working together. they became partners. that is kind of what we have to be of the government now. they need our help. they are like a blind man in an unfamiliar room. and we are in that room, but we have to offer them guidance and help to get to the right decision. we actually know how to take the lead and announced that this ends on february 1st. >> all right. and you really think your staff is at home watching you right now, greg? >> they adore me. unlike your staff who just hate you with a passion. speak out my staff is definitely not watching me right now.
harold ford jr., do you reciprocate greg gutfeld's longing for you? >> a lot of love between us on the show. i'm glad to be back around the proverbial table. and absolutely. i would say this, jesse, about the substance at hand. i think we are kind of innate goth you moment all the time around this thing. anytime we have a politician that says something that we may disagree with or may differ with something or subsequently be contrary to something he or she may said, we jump on them a little bit. i think that science is changing and i think where greg is most right is that it is going to take people, going to take business leaders, every day workers, everyday families to be the one to lead us through all of this. and if we get through this variant here, i think we will find ourselves because of what scientists and doctors are saying, that thing is so
transmissible and herd immunity could rise so quickly, but that should not persuade anyone from getting the vaccine, those eligible for getting a booster. because i think we don't know fully what is in front of us for the next several months. i hope and believe and pray that this is the last stages of it, but if it is not, one thing is for certain, our best weapon against the virus, against those who may have wanted our virus to get to us in the weibel to keep schools and our economy open is to get vaccinated. >> i for one enjoy jumping on politicians, harold, because they work for us. and katie, i think it is worth pointing out this is the second time that this has happened. earlier this week, kamala harris said you know, none of the science told us this was going to spread and come so quickly. fauci had to come back and say what he said i know the cdc director had to tell the president no, no, no, we warned you. we didn't see this coming. what is going on over there in your opinion? >> i think the
biden administration is getting eaten alive by the bureaucracy. because the left believes in big government bureaucracy and they believe in putting everything in one basket. so over the past year, the biden administration has been focused on vaccination, which is fine, but they have been not focusing enough on treatments and getting test out the people and now you're seeing the results of that as the vaccinated and the unvaccinated continued to get this disease. and when it comes to what greg is saying and giving the politicians and the government a little bit of a grace, may be, and patients, i think a lot of people are over that and there comes a point where you have to say no. you have to say no, i'm not going to show my papers to get into a restaurant. no, i'm not going to do x, y, and c. it was actually not just about the economy in virginia for the governorship. he was about getting rid of a lot of these obsessive covid regulations when the majority of the country has moved on. the white house panicked about omicron and then they turned right around and said that we don't know. anthony fauci so that you all need to go out and get a test
before christmas which then floated the testing sites with healthy people who don't have systems. so people who have symptoms can no longer get a test. they created the crisis that we are in now and they have no plans to get out of a other than mandating americans to do even more than they have artie done so far. >> wrapping it up, pam. >> i think everyone has been way too easy on the biden administration here, and i'm glad that i'm going to bring the hammer down. because they said they were going to follow the science. they said they were going to crush the virus. and you and i all know that the south african site on november 8th that we have a new variant and we knew at christmas which is also always on decembey possibly say they didn't know? and if there weren't a million reporters today saying you better own up to this, it surprises me. if this would've happened to a republican administration, that would be the only thing we talked about today. they have some big problems there and i don't think they're going to get solved.
they're going to be saved by the february 1st bell, though. because i do think we will actually see people -- a lot of people are going to get this. i'm sorry for the people that are going to have a lot of discomfort or may be even hospitalized, but the data coming from south africa and the u.k. shows that it probably will not be that way. what's really causing the problem is what greg mentions, which is the cdc protocol that if you test positive, you automatically after quarantine for ten days. that means that nobody can do anything, you can't go to work and can't go shopping and can't do anything. so we ought to figure out a way to pressure the cdc to look at that. the day the u.k. went from ten to seven. a singer will say, they own everything that is wrong with the testing, and it touches everybody. if you have people standing in line and 30-degree weather for four hours and that leads the news as it did last night on network news and daily this morning. lead npr. this has permeated all across the country. so you will see those approval
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♪ ♪ >> numbers of the squad continuing fair temper tantrum over joe manchin opposing build back better. and right on cue, they are playing the race card. >> is tremendously frustrating for me as a black man in america because once again, it is an example of joe manchin, as a white man, showing that he doesn't care about black people. he doesn't care about what he knows. he doesn't care about immigrants. he doesn't care about women. and he doesn't care about the
four. >> cnn pushing the race for. sucker should be fired on the spot. in the white house doesn't seem to be too concerned with the attacks coming manchin's way. >> is a going to be a -- approach with dealing with us before and some the other democrats in the party who have been very vocal about blaming him. is there a shift in strategy as this all blew up over bullying? >> again, i wouldn't characterize it that way, jackie, but i would tell you that senator manchin is somebody who has won many tough fights in west virginia and a doubt he is a withering flower on the side of the road. >> so jessie, i'm going to use a golf analogy because i understand you enjoy that sport. so it is like the left media hacks in cnn, they only have one club in their golf bag.
and they try to play 18 holes with one club. and it is a sand wedge called race. and any time something goes bad, that is the club they whip out. >> i think that analogy was great down the middle of the fairway, gutfeld. but you are right. what you said at the top, there is a race war brewing within the democratic party that is going to backfire spectacularly, and i can't wait to watch it. what kind of tactician slanders someone as being a heartless white they get for not voting the way they should vote? what are they going to push joe manchin into the arm of the republican party? so that democrats don't have a majority in the senate and they can't confirm judges for the entire year next year? you don't smear someone you are trying to persuade. this is idiocy. joe manchin i think is 60% approval rating in one of the reddest states in the country,
trumped one up by 40% of her joe biden, there is likewise, there is like half the state is under the poverty level. like 20% of the state is under the poverty level. i looked at bowman's district, new york 16, average salary there, 75k. average salary in west virginia, 45k. average house and his district, half a million. average house in west virginia, $100,000. there is actually more whites and blacks in his district, the squad guy. and it is not a stone's throw away from the very person's lakehouse near westchester county. so i don't know where he is getting off acting like he represents the most poverty district in the country. manchin is just fine. he was put there to represent the people of west virginia, not to vote with the squad. he is voting with his people, not his party, and that is how it should be. >> dana, i think the word of the
day is demand. if you don't have a huge majority, don't demand stupid things. and i think that is what happened, with the squad does is they made unreasonable demands that george with the reality of the democrat predicament in the senate. it wasn't going to happen. >> the squad cracks me up. they have such little self-awareness. it is like michael scott levels of self-awareness. they think that them going after joe manchin is going to hurt joe manchin, that is hilarious to me. there was an article in "the hill" today in which he quoted several staffers saying what needs to happen is joe biden needs to get really tough with joe manchin. and he needs to taken by the collar and shaken and tell him or do you think that is going to work? joe biden's popularity in west virginia is probably -- i can't even imagine what the number actually is. so they are doing themselves a huge disservice.
but of course, what you said, what they should have done is to say -- biden could have said i know we wanted to do all of these things, and thankfully we got the senate, but we only have it by 2. but therefore, the scale back our clients, let's and it would probably be like 55% approval. instead, they are just spiraling downward. >> harold, you are bright man. some say almost as bright as me. could you argue that the squad provides a beneficial role by delineating the moderates and the party? they make everyone else look sane by being there so the democrats don't mind having the squad throwing a tantrum now and then? what do you think of that? >> you know, there is some truth to what you are saying. i think democrats, we had to sit back. when jesse water gives insightful advice about how we should talk about race and how we shouldn't talk about race, we
should be paying attention. in the white house should have defended joe manchin. he is no racist. what the country once, democrats and republicans alike, is more action and results and not the kind of actions. there are extremists in both parties. i think the marjorie taylor greene's and the squad and all, they kind of cancel themselves out. what we really need is a serious conversation around the things affecting most americans. congressman bowman, he is upset about the build back better not passing. i think the better way to exert themselves and exert his energy is to figure out what is bothering people like joe manchin? democrats who represent people who need a lot of what is in this bill. why is it that joe manchin can support it? sit with him and understand and negotiate and compromise. the whole notion that the predicate of our nation is built around compromise. and i think some on both sides of the i'll forget that. i think the white house did a disservice to senator manchin by
not defending him. he is not a racist. you may disagree with his policies, but he is not a racist. >> katie, we can't let cnn get away with this because this wasn't figurative language. this was literal language that they always foment when they get the chance. you think this network would have learned a lesson about creating racial conflict. the any opportunity that they can find, they are going to gin it up for clicks and i guess that is their profit model. race war. >> they want to try to scare people into his accepting their agenda. leaving the party drugs and going over to the republican party for the exact reasons that joe manchin cited for not voting for build back better. inflation in the economy. democrats should be thinking joe manchin for maybe saving some of joe biden's legacy on the economy because the bill doesn't pass and will impact the economy as i maybe would happen if it did pass. but for years, the squad has been living beyond its political
means, and they have been able to do that under biden because biden has been appeasing them. and he has chosen a site here. moderate biden is the one still throwing joe manchin under the bus. he is not defending him. his white house press secretary saying that attacks on him are essentially perfectly legitimate. there wasn't a condemnation when processor showed up at his house in d.c. and walked into the car. and it's not just joe manchin. you remember when senator sinema was chased into the restroom by activist and filmed in the bathroom? and joe biden was asked about and he just kind of laughed it off and smirked and said it was just part of the job? biden in the administration had taken a site here and it is not with joe manchin which is why republicans trying to get him to switch parties. >> there you go. all right, the next. outrage over truck driver sentenced to 110 years after a deadly accident that even the d.a. says is way too harsh. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> millions of people demanding a harsh prison sentence be overturned for a truck driver given 110 years behind bars. a colorado district attorney asking the court to reconsider the punishment for a deadly crash they killed four people and injured others. rachel aguilera madero's claims he was an accident after his brakes failed. police say he tried pulling over to this older but another semi it was all ready stopped there. the prosecutors argue he could have used several programs to stop. the trucker making an emotional appeal. >> i know -- but it wasn't intentional. >> no millions of people including kim kardashian signing
a petition calling for colorado governor to commute the sentence. i talked to my sister today as a collar on and what she thought and she was glad to see the community coming together perigee thinks it is too harsh but this is a mandatory minimum situation. this is the law so the judge said he had no discretion. when can kardashian gets involved, sometimes she gets results. your thoughts now. >> maybe she will be able to convince the governor to give this guy clemency. yeah, this is going to be up to the governor but also the laws of the state have to change if we don't want this to happen in the future. and now it is not just a matter of colorado, there are a lot of truckers who outside of colorado are saying i'm not driving through there until something is done with this because anybody's breaks can go out when you are trucker and if i happen to this guy, it can happen to anyone of us. so it is a matter of going to the governor and seeing if they will change it. that is a vision for millions of people at this point. but the state lawmakers are going to have to make the change in the law if they don't want
another judge to have to hand down a sentence this harsh. but i would say it's a slippery slope, right. we have seen these changes happen around the country with other laws and no cash bail for example. and it has resulted in violent criminals getting out to different situation here but of course you have to weigh all of those different situations when you were dealing with state laws for penalties. >> interesting point about the other truckers, because, harold, he maintains that he tried. the prosecutors said he could have tried these are the ramps. i know that he has remorse but what is also interesting is that the families of the deceased are saying that they agreed that the sentence is to our sheer. >> look, when we deny judges and disallow judges those who have been trained to not only adjudicates cases but to oversee and to determine the law as it is being applied correctly, we strip them of the ability, he and she in this country, to exercise discretion.
when it comes to sentencing, this is what we get. there was a long time and out '80s and the '90s when they were mandatory sentences for drug sentencing, particularly for young african american men in this country, and those were arguing myself and my father who is congress in time that there ought to be discretion for judges. this is one of the moments and then since it is and i can only hope that they governor of colorado, who is a decent guy, we'll look at this in a serious way. and to katie's point, even -- you are giving in the bell or form you are not giving judge's discretion. remaking -- letting a lot of people out who might be enabling crime. >> at the same time, greg, you have the situation that the dash the department under president biden has announced that anyone who is released under confinement during the pandemic will not have to return to prison because they have reconnected with their families and have moved on with their lives.
>> the contrast is mind-blowing. i mean, i don't think there is much of a debate here about is the success of? i think we are all like yeah, it is excessive. it is nuts. and is excessive primarily because you are talking about intentional harm and it is clear he had no intention in doing this. was he careless? i don't know enough about it. he says the brakes failed. but this is about intentional harm. this was an accident. but the story is -- when you put in that context, the violent abusers that have been released in our city, new york city, only to reoffend and actually murder people, right? throw elderly women down the stairs and then they die where they go out and kill their spouse, this is happening a lot. and then you look a like januart five years. it is just so bizarre. other than that, the absurdity of art sentences is just beyond
belief. other than that, this is obviously just ridiculous. >> westwards, jesse. >> he shouldn't serve 100 years but he should serve at least ten. he has an opportunity to take and offer end drive this weapon, a rig like that fully loaded is a weapon and drive it into the back of another semi. that would've saved lives. instead he decided whether it was intentional or not to swerve left and just nail a bunch of passenger cars killing four people and injuring dozens. so there was a little intentionality. he was going twice the legal speed limit down a mountain pass. steep grade. through the brakes on. burned up the brakes. they are going to burn up when you're going twice the limit down a steep mountain pass. he needed an interpreter at the trial. i don't know how well his english and, could you read the
signs? i don't know. these are the things you just don't know but to say this guy should just walk after time served, no. i like the fact that families are going to come and they're going to petition the court. that is fine with me. if they want a softer sentence, that is fine. he rejected a plea deal too. so they're going to cut them a deal and he said no, he has terrible lawyers probably. but one of the reasons you have to do mandatory minimums is because of some of these soft judges were giving lenient sentences to people like sex offenders rating kids and giving them probation. it is what it is. >> next, anarchy at the airports. believe it or not, during the holiday travel surge, a plan to ban alcohol make it --
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♪ ♪ >> alcohol being blamed for a surgeon anarchy at the airports and in the skies. airline supported more than 5,000 cases of unruly passengers this year. like this crazy video of a police officer pulling his gun during a recent brawl. two men are facing charges after one of them tried to steal an airport transport card from employee. and now there is a pushing congress to ban booze on airplanes. greg, let me go to eucharist. this clearly is an issue for flight attendants and four passengers. but is banning booze the answer
to this challenge and problem? >> absolutely no. stop blaming booze for the actions of a few bad eggs. we had to admit that we are in a time of peak stress. everyone from the pilots to flight attendants to jesse in 44b, everyone has may be personal issue at home, that is one layer. that is one layer. they need to tack on the artificial pressures of the holidays. that is a second layer. then you and covid, that is a third layer. you take away booze? that is a fourth layer of heavy-duty stress. we understand that humans are bundles of stress. we need to tread lightly and politely. i would like to call out that he got a nice little card from delta in the mail that thanked me for my service work for using them. i expected something other than a thank you, but that is okay. but i fly out to mauer on american airlines. i expect great service by great
people. i firmly believe i will not be reprimanded at my mask slips. i will be enjoying a few libations while listening to my favorite music and everything is going to be great. flying in america. >> jesse, your name was in both. hattie reg reacted this? >> ivan sat in the 40s since my 20s. get a ride, gutfeld. but you can't take away alcohol on a plane. you have your shower beer, you have your ski lift chair beer, you have your yacht cocktail, and you have your airline drink. and plus, it is medically necessary for a lot of people to drink alcohol on a flight to relax their nerves. so don't mess with medicine, i would say. the other thing is, people would stop balling if they dress better. remember how people used to dressed on the airlines? like threes piece suits and dresses pre and everyone is suits. yeah, you're going to rumble in a sweat suit but if you look really symbolize you're not
going to -- so just dress nicely and just keep calm. >> dana, you strike me as someone who does a lot of what jesse was saying there. do you think that banning booze is the right thing? >> i was in turn terms of brawling or the dressing nicely. >> no, no, and dressing nicely and being polite. >> i'm tired of being punished and things taken away from me because a few people can't handle things well. there is an idea that was floated that if you get into one of these brawls at the airport, you could be banned from tsa pretax. >> i like that. >> you don't want to be banned from tsa prechecks. they take away booze, people would take pills. i never did but i might be tempted. >> see me after the show. >> drinking at the airport and on planes is not new. people are drinking too much because that's the only thing they are allowed to do without a mask on. so you take away the masks, all the ceos have said, it doesn't
do anything on the plane. dr. fauci wants you to wear a mask forever. if the federal government listed the mandates i guarantee you people go back to behaving themselves in drinking because it's the only thing you can do in the airport without having your mask on. there's only so much you can eat. so take away the masks and solve the problems. >> smart. >> i am in no on banning booze. ♪ ♪ as a professional bull-rider i'm used to taking chances. but when it comes to my insurance i don't. i use liberty mutual, they customize your car insurance, so you only pay for what you need. wooo, yeaa, woooooo and, by switching you could even save 665 dollars. hey tex, can someone else get a turn? yeah, hang on, i'm about to break my own record.
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♪ ♪ >> welcome back. time for the fastest. first up, a tourist spot she was getting a breathtaking view of the new york city skyline after booking an airbnb rental, but instead, she got a very creepy surprise. >> paper all are having dinner, just not at our table. it's an interesting view. >> yep, she is looking directly into a restaurant. the diners didn't notice because of reflective glass that looks like a mirror.
so greg, i thought this would be a very convenient vacation spot for you since you are always talking about food. >> you know, the real horrible thing, that tourist is a slob. did you actually walk to whole video? if you're going to film yourself on tiktok, why don't you clean up your hotel room? abel are going to look at that. she is an adult women and she acts like she is a 12-year-old. she has all of her close on the floor. i was more offended by that. i hope that the diners weren't able to see in because i would make them throw up. >> greg's tiktok tips coming up next. dana, have you ever booked a place that you thought it looked really good online banded of being maybe not like this but not what you thought? >> i've never used airbnb. i don't know how. i understand is a little technology thing. it sounds intriguing. then you hear stories like this and i'm always afraid hear it i don't know how to find the uber,
though not a fun airbnb. this seems like something that would happen to me if i tried. >> jesse, convenient were discussed and question marks because i think it is a good booking. you get to sit in bed and watch people fight over the bed. to get to watch people break up with each other. i would rather do that then look out the stupid window. >> herald, it is for entertainment. >> if i were there, i would be taking a lot of motrin. one thing i do know, is we invite the gutfelds over, we might have to clean our home. >> i'm next, everyone knows how to keep up like grass but it homeowner with a posting about how we as banned. though mike is neighbors christmas guest parking on his massive plot of land, even shooting down a generous offer to be paid. jesse, this is just on. you could make a lot of money. >> i did this to my uncles neighbor in thanksgiving. pulled right to the guy's. he pulled out to confront me and didn't recognize me.
we took a picture and he said it was fine. >> greg, you can either get paid in cash or booze, right? you are blocking on my lawn coming up to bring a bottle of wine. >> jesse's message is, just make sure you are famous. anything is fine if you are famous. this guy is right -- you know it, here is an analogy. let's say harold has this amazing king-sized bed. and i live next door, but my bet is small. does that mean i get to go and sleep on the foot of his bed? no, it doesn't. >> harold, i think greg is really missing you. >> i am taking notes on that too. if you do go park in somebody else's driveway, you want to be with jesse. they recognize him and want to you. >> dana, what do you think? >> i have to say that if somebody asked me, i think it would be okay with letting it happen.
but i used to have this place with these people would park in front of our -- not even in our driveway but in front of my house. and i would get so annoyed. what is wrong with me? i really need to be more kind and neighborly. >> i get that too. >> but if you're going to get paid for it, why not? "one more thing" up next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ 'tis the season to break tradition in a cadillac. don't just put on a light show—be the light show. make your nights anything but silent. and ride in a sleigh that really slays. because in a cadillac, tradition is yours to define. so visit a cadillac showroom, and start celebrating today. ♪ ♪
>> jesse: time now for one more thing. haven't celebrated it. it's national short person's day. the holiday near and dear to my heart. i would like to celebrate the short people in my life. dana and greg, here they are trying to get their official height measurement. at hershey park to see if they could get on the roller
coasters. and most importantly, my favorite short king, my producer, scott sanders, who as you can see is the short one in that photo, second from the left. and do we have time to wish one more short person -- no, we don't have time. i'm not going to do it. tonight i'm going to be hosting tucker at 8:00 eastern so make sure you watch that. harold, you are up. >> harold: jesse, i like that. but i got two of the shortest people i know, the two people i love the most, two to three people i love the most. my daughter's 8th birthday today. i love her to death. wave, wave, we celebrated good this morning. we had pizza this afternoon. had cake. and she is 8 years old now. and i'm getting older. so love you, sweety. >> dana: happy birthday. >> jesse: happy birthday. dana perino? >> harold: they said happy birthday, say thank you. >> thank you. >> dana: you are welcome.
happiest birthday to you. you have a great family. if you travel for the holidays and don't want to get in a brawl. gate volleyball and play volleyball down the hallway there. look at these two ladies. i'm sorry one lady and one guy, sorry, sorry, sorry. don't want to be whatever. they kept it going quite a while over everyone's head. didn't hit anybody. that's pretty good. better like that. also a very happy christmas to you from percy, thought i would throw that in there. those are little clam shells. how cute. >> jesse: very cute. okay, greg. go ahead. >> greg: so much to talk about. but, instead. let's do this. ♪ animals are great ♪ animals are great ♪ animals are great >> greg: holiday edition there with the old santa caps. you know, it's not just humans that give and get gifts. christmas is often celebrated at
the zoo, check out the london zoo where you will be seeing before your eyes a -- a lion, dana. getting a gift, i believe it was inside was some vegetables and some spices. and he enjoyed it i believe there was also a gorilla. who received a gift and proceeded to climb up a tree and so because didn't want to share it with anybody. he was a very selfish gorilla. and that's it. other than that, it is day two of no apology from cnn's john burman for his deceptive crop job on jesse watters. day two. i thought he was a man. take the man out of burman, he is just a burr. >> jesse: okay, katie. you have a lot of time. >> katie: see if he apologizes on day three which would be tomorrow. a nurse in rome, new york helps keep a family together by
adopting the dog. nursing gnome rome, new york. she learned that one of her patients was forced to give up his dog to the local humane society when he was hospitalized and that's when she decided to go to the animal shelter, adopt john's dog so that she could bring him to visits when he completes his rehab. and then when john got out of rehab, he got the dog back. he was overcame with emotion and gratitude. proof that smart thinking and kindness go a long, long ways this holiday season. i thought that was really cute. >> jesse: beautiful. who is in tomorrow? i'm in tomorrow. dana, are you in tomorrow? >> dana: i'm not, jesse. >> jesse: so you are not in tomorrow. gutfeld, are you in? >> greg: no, i'm actually going to be flying somewhere mysterious. i'm not telling anybody where i'm going. >> jesse: american airlines. >> greg: will not be bothered by any relatives i don't know very well. now i have a show. now you want to talk to me. you will didn't care about me when i was a kid so you don't get gutfeld now. >> jesse: harold, are you in tomorrow? katie, are you guys in.
>> katie: i will be here. >> jesse: katie is in. harold? >> harold: i'm not in tomorrow. >> dana: where were you monday? >> jesse: i'm trying to figure out my schedule for the rest of the week. i'm in tomorrow. i want everybody to know i'm working tomorrow. >> dana: wouldn't miss it. >> katie: see you in the box. >> jesse: is a safe flight gutfeld. behave on the airline. that's it for us. up next is bret. >> bret: are you taking attendance, jesse? >> jesse: i have been reduced to that. >> bret: merry christmas to everybody. happy birthday to georgia ford and we will see you tomorrow. good evening. i'm bret baier. breaking tonight as the omicron variant fuels the holiday season, coronavirus surge, the federal government authorizes use of the first pill against covid-19. the drug made by pfizer can be taken at home to reduce the risk of hospitalization and death; however, initial supplies will be extremely limited. fox news contributor dr. janette nesheiwat wil
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