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open my mouth sometimes all you need is a booster ♪♪ >> raymond: is there a booster again shamelessness? that is all for us. i am raymond arroyo sitting in for laura ingraham. if you are still looking for a christmas gift, my book is a perfect gift and lowers freedom matters swag visit lauraingraham.com. you know who is next. gutfeld. i will be here tomorrow night. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> greg: hello -- greg is dead again hosting tonight. that is okay. he is fine. he is just taking a night off. but you love his guest host, tom, right, audience? it sounds -- he took his
audience with them too believe a good crew here. so onto the monologue. so come in omicron variant sweeps across america and the world and the data that is being collected about its severity is very encouraging. according to "the new york post," the early real world that it which is expected to be released before christmas found in omicron is likely to bring on a mild illness with less serious symptoms in most people. it is a fest of this, people. and a south african study, the only kind i read, suggest low risk of hospitalization with omicron versus delta. omicron is milder than delta a leaked u.k. study finds. this is welcome news. to calm the frayed nerves of the american people, right, mainstream media? >> health experts are warning the country could be in for a grim beginning to the new year because of the cases are on the rise.
speak of virus is running rampant through both the psyches of the american public and on the ground in certain places thanks to the incredibly infectious and rapidly proliferating omicron variant. >> very, very disturbing coronavirus news. breaking news. the fast spreading omicron variant now. now it is dominant here in the united states. >> tom: now! okay. i guess we're still going to have the fear emergency continue, spewing the only thing they know. panic born for their addicted and shrinking audience. for while the bad news agencies get their fix of fear, what do the rest of us do? and by rest, i don't mean just republicans or red states or mega country. i mean the growing number of average americans who are waking up to reality. they're going into stores to restaurants, visiting with friends, or is that fearmongers would say, committing mass murder. so let me get on my soapbox for
a minute and save my fellow americans, the end is near. end of the world, no. the end of hysteria and fear. messages of sanity are popping up in the most unlikely of places. spreading in the atlantic, who assume is a member of the media elite, he is a professor who speaks four languages, he says omicron is the beginning of the end. whatever damage omicron mike reek in the immediate future, we will, most likely, soon lead lives that look a lot more like they did in the spring of 2019 then in the spring of 2020. now, this is in the atlantic, guys. if they were any further left, they would be in oncoming traffic. so why is that encouraging? because they readers need to hear it. they need to hear it's more than anyone else. they have been basing in the juices of their own hysteria for
two years. also recently in the atlantic, matthew walter writes where i live, nobody cares about covid. which is fair. where i live, nobody cares about the atlantic. he says everyone he knows is going on about their lives. ignoring all of the dire warnings and restrictions coming from public health officials. many, if not most americans, are leading their lives as if covid is over and they have been for a long time. and i wholeheartedly agree. the question is, what to do? just go on living our lives and letting there be two americas, one thing and one insane? that didn't work for korea. governor ron desantis is fond of calling his state the free state of florida. all blue states continue crackdowns and shutdown. while seeing more coronavirus than a wet market full of pangolin's. i should have said it wuhan lot because that is the kind of guy
i am. take a look at this picture. i snuff this at a movie theater a couple of weeks ago. this was the opening weekend of a big hollywood blockbuster. we really ruined the world we live in, don't we? people are either still terrified or they've gotten all my forgotten when living a normal life is like. and there are real consequences to this. if i'm not harmed by having a funeral to myself, but there are jobs, livelihoods, and lives that have been lost because of these interventions. they all did more harm than good. i don't want to just ignore the problem. i want to do something about it. i don't want to scream and stomp my feet and engage in the kind of hysterical behavior that is happening on the other side. what to do? mock them. we have to relentlessly make fun of these people. the ones in power. not the scared woman driving alone with the mask on her face. it is the only way out, and
radical filmic ridicule works. it's why it jimmy phelan no longer works for chippendale. greg gutfeld, the king of the late night has shown us the way. the so-called experts have ruined the world. they now must be lampooned. anthony fauci just told us unvaccinated family members to do christmas dinner. he is a fool. don't get mad at him. laugh at him. it takes away his power, which we should have never given him in the first place. dr. kevorkian cured more patients than pouch fauci ever did. and his cure lasted longer. thank you, greg. let the farce continue, and long may you reign. and i'm not just saying that because you let me sit on your diminutive throne for the evening. what's welcome tonight's guest! she's so southern, her pronouns are "hee" and "haw." fox business network anchor, dagen mcdowell
named blogger of the year by cpac, and logger of the year by chainsaw ladies magazine. townhall.com editor and fox news contributor, katie pavlich every christmas, he gets a mercedes with only a bow on it. that was more risque than i intended. american conservative union chairman, matt schlapp he's the biggest comedian from sea to shining sea, and by that i mean the long island sound to a random puddle in queens. "fox across america" host, jimmy failla yes. so what do you think? i think that was a brilliant monologue and i'm wondering, katie, are there two americas, and the whole question is, do we just ignore and go about our business or do we protest? do we yell, and scream, do we live? >> i think you can laugh and
protest at the same time here there are two americas. people in washington, d.c., want there to be two americas, they are happy with the biting people. anthony fauci telling you to this invite your unvaccinated family members, not to mention the maybe have health problems, natural immunity, maybe they don't need whatever is selling that he is putting a wedge between you and your family because he wants you to rely on him more than you rely on your grandparents or your cousin. there are two americas. the year and a half ago once they started to know because unlike d.c., the rest of the country can look at the data and discern the difference between a one-size-fits-all approach, which is destroy the country, and look at then say look, am i at risk? if i am, i am going to take more precautions. if not, i'm going to live about my life. this idea we are not of the rinf the ring that language had been to use in a different country three years ago the state department would've condemned it as to something more problematic.
and we have to reject this. and how do you protest? maybe if your city is implementing a vaccine card for a restaurant, maybe you just inconveniently and you don't go to a restaurant for a year. that is the kind of thing that people have to do before these people stalled. because of you don't do anything and you just talk about it, then they are never going to stop. >> i was in a restaurant the other day and i not going to say where it is because they might've been breaking a rule, but none of the waitresses have mask solid and i was like will you tell your manager i appreciated because i do not -- i don't like the whole situation. it's terribly to be sitting there and having to be waited on by servants with masks on. >> it's un-american. >> that so right, katie. >> he caught me. not flat, he looked great. you stole my look with a tie there. >> you look very dapper. >> you are telling me in the green room that you love biden's speech yesterday and is probably the best president in your lifetime. i was a little surprised by
that. >> best president in about three people's lifetimes. he has been around for a very long time. i think it's rather tragic to listen to this guy talk. he can talk, first of all. he said he shouldn't be answering any questions and i think the saddest thing of all is that it takes people like us -- i don't have a medical degree. how come we can sit around and talk about therapeutics in all these great new steps to administer to people if they get this virus, they can recover from it. but the president of the united states can talk about that, can talk about the ways in which people are recovering. as in the good news that the recover -- mortality rate is so low? it's a good thing. >> it's a good thing. >> you think you would want to say that but instead the city of d.c. we are having a vaccine mandate right after the holidays where more than 50% of african-americans are not vaccinated. what is going to happen? this is not exactly a recipe for harmony. >> tom: dagen, where we
backslide in? >> joe biden is commander in chief. i don't feel sorry for him. i'm i feel sorry for him if he was like soft at somebody's christmas party and he is hiding in the kitchen because he has vienna sausage and people are afraid of him. maybe i would feel sorry for him at that point, but you are telling people under these guidelines you have to quarantine for ten days if you have a micron. so you're going to cancel people's christmases in their new year's, make them lock down, damage industry across the country, delta air lines is begging them to cut the ten day quarantine and half to five days because they're going to be flight disruptions. massive disruptions across travel and other industries. so people are going to miss the holidays and they're going to come out on the other side, and based on greg's date of februarg to be ready for this to be over knowing that i had the sniffles
and a slight cough and i didn't get to see my family members because of that. i just want to say that if we are two use into this, we still have a decent testing. there are people standing outside -- >> even -- >> outside of the van. where i grew up, you don't stand outside of the van. you don't go near a van. >> when on my van, i had appointments. >> you don't sleep the night in the van. they haven't watched silence of the lens? they don't know what is in the van. they're just going to hand over their dna to some kook group like cooks up mutants that comes back to kill us all ten years from now. >> you have no problem laughing at these people, right? >> number nine that you spend enough time in a van he ended up getting tested for something else. i do want to point out really quickly how much i love being here with no fans in the
audience. this is the closest i will ever come to playing for the mets. you stop it. i think jimmy that one airline should come up and take away the mask mandates. the guy from southwest the other day said -- was a southwest? somebody said there is no purpose, we have great insulation. i don't want to travel anymore. i don't want to get on planes. i don't like any of those. >> this is the shame of the moment we are in. an end a bank or it's scientifically just about over but bureaucratically just beginning. they don't want this to go away. the fears powerful and viable politically and they are not actually subjecting themselves to the same standards. he watched all these big blowout parties with no masks or anything. but it really is evil. they have horrified people. when i say if you live here in new york, we are at the point where if you get on the subway, people are angry with the guy without the mask than their the guy without the pants.
it's not supposed to work that way. i like seeing jeffrey t was much of the next guy, but give me a break. speak out no pants or no mask they would start with a mask. >> absolutely. up next, does joe biden's low approval predict a 2024 removal? there's a different way to treat hiv. it's once-monthly injectable cabenuva. cabenuva is the only once-a-month, complete hiv treatment for adults who are undetectable. cabenuva helps keep me undetectable. it's two injections, given by a healthcare provider once a month. hiv pills aren't on my mind. i love being able to pick up and go. don't receive cabenuva if you're allergic to its ingredients or taking certain medicines, which may interact with cabenuva. serious side effects include allergic reactions post-injection reactions, liver problems,...and depression. if you have a rash and other allergic reaction symptoms, stop cabenuva and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have liver problems
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approve of biden, even worse, his support among independent voters tanked eight points in just one week according to pbs. in those numbers were confirmed by the accounts from "sesame street." and it appears cnn has turned on him too. this headline. biden's economic ratings are worse than corridors. although in this case, his numbers are so low, they might improve with a hostage crisis. a dismal 44% of registered voters approve of his economic performance. uncle joe, how low can you go? >> look, don't give me the numbers. the numbers go up, they come down, they go up, they come down. and it is like the dash what do the kids -- that machine they sit on. tater tots. goes up and down. i've been around. i am 79. sometime i will be older. sometime i will be younger. it goes up and down, all right?
and we had a dog that bit people. we sent him away. and if he is not nice, going to send him away. that should be a lesson. i will take those puppies down. >> dagen, i think we are breaking news on the show. this is a serious news organization. i think we just proved that president biden wants to murder puppies. >> yes. but them in a bag and throw them in the river. >> you know all about the economy and you talk about this stuff all the time. is that is what dragging him down? >> it's the biggest thing and then the lying over and over again about it, about the welfare monstrosity that they were trying to push through and say will somehow or -- and they keep telling it. >> the fact that he lost -- is like going to end up helping him because sometimes this happens with the president.
he is up against it and then somehow people end up sympathizing with him. could losing a few battles be good with him? >> if you could own it and message it would be great but he reminds me of my great aunt when she was sliding into disability. like, she fell out in the driveway and hurt her hand. and then she went around town and people would go out, you hurt your hand. and she would tell everyone in town that my grandmother slammed it in the car door. rather than generating sympathy, she turned it on her fairy sister and people -- anyway. >> that is his style. biden lashes -- >> oh, i fell. instead of she slams mike hand in the car door. but i want to extend my light with some who is trying to take all of my hard-earned money and tell me how to live my life i would've -- 30 odd years ago.
a personal choice. and then -- >> matt, you know he is low, but can he go lower? >> he can go lower. i'm looking that 44% on the economy. because i think the one thing about joe biden that is always great to a curb, comes number is always three-point higher than what they showed in the polls and i think joe biden is probably through points lower. i will disagree with dagen a little bit. usually presidents approvals are pushed by what people feel about the economy. joe biden, he played such a big hand that trump had because this pandemic when he comes and he is going to get it all solved in the fact -- kids are worried about finances and football games and whether they go to school and earn mass forever and that these working people are wanting to go back to normal. i think that has the biggest impact on his poll numbers. here's the thing. he can't get out of it. because the man can't talk. and he doesn't have the energy
to do the job and his number to go, i don't know where she is. she is nowhere to be seen. >> she has a good laugh though, right. >> you like the vice president because -- and you need that. >> she is terrible, man. this is very hard to watch. but don't worry about the economy. biden is getting a bunch of gold bars from a nigerian prince. he has a new plan to turn it all around. it's going to be fine, i'm telling you. the inflation is everything ended skilling in. and we are in real bad inflation now. general mills raising prices 20% in january. we are now living in a time where you have to turn tricks to afford a box of trix. and it's not supposed to work that way. the only thing that can save them if they let trump back on twitter. if the democrats are smart, they would bribe twittered but drawn back on there because trump is on twitter right now, biden is probably pulling at 53% because
we are discussing the fact that he called an actress on saturday night live a dog and i would get more attention then inflation. the worse thing to happen democrats was trump leaving the state because all the focus is on substance in their substance is terrible. >> i think you are right and i think it would agree with that. the president wants to keep talking about trump, be talking about him whenever he can, right, katie? >> we saw the biden administration give trump credit for the first time since he was inaugurated saying that the previous administration for the vaccine, where used to be like we don't talk about that person at all. doesn't exist. evil, immoral person that we will never do anything that has leading to them. here's how biden get out of it. i don't think he can. he dedicated to the fauci-is on. sacked his economic as long as he is a left playing
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what? she influence people to change the channel. then, greg gutfeld. now we are talking. and then, after greg, rachel maddow. you are thinking two things. uc have been higher in the list based on his awesome hair. and also how is greg only one spot higher than joy reid? i guess you probably got support from the russian judges. in fact, that is why greg is not here tonight. he was so blown away by the fact that he wasn't higher in the list, that he could not due to show. thoughts to the almighty great you jonathan cole from abc. probably got some boats that were meant for carl jonathan. than matt drudge. a man best known for running website and wearing silly hats. and at number eight is sean hannity. can't argue with that. i can't or he will put to me and
hadlock. joy stephanopoulos, also from abc. end at six, winfrey. never have her. and here is the top five. cnn chief international correspondent -- she was on the ground in afghanistan for her coverage during the withdrawal of u.s. troops. incredibly, biden did leave her behind. cnn boss jeff zucker whose hand was hard from all the pink slips he spent signing. and then comes the real heavy hitters. fox news media ceo suzanne scott. no joke there. at least until she signs my performance review. then podcast king, joe grogan. all that horse medicine is paying off. and at number one, tucker carlson. how does a gutfeld gas to get more influential than the host? i just probably realized it is influential list is dominated by fox, as it should be, because we
mopped the floor with all those other places. this is probably with a huge audience would have been cutting in handy and clapping and cheering. okay. still. i did feel like they may have left a few notable influential personalities off the list. she may feel of her example for his outfits alone. >> thank you. >> here he is. earlier in this year and one notable performance. obviously he purchased the george hamilton starter kits. >> i actually look like a blowup doll. >> jimmy looks like he was trying to deep fry a turkey and fell in the fryer. when you toasts morris, jimmy, you don't hold them with your teeth. i think his skin is darker than jamie campbell playing karl malone. all right. jimmy, what about this list? i know you wish you were on it. but i love the fact that the
real kicker is you have joe grogan and you have tucker. these are the two guys who they go against the narrative. and that is why they are the most influential. >> no question. they have the numbers to back them up. everybody after that the exception of suzanne and greg, everybody after that really doesn't have much. that's what i was so fascinated by is that they basically threw all these cnn people on there. there are more sane and people on the list and there are people watching cnn right now. it's bizarre. what kind -- but make no mistake about it. should be right next to tucker and suzanne peered the guy actually saves late night comedy. what other people think if you are watching this because you hate to watch fox and this is cheaper than going to the dominatrix, he is the only one doing late night comedy show that anybody laughs at. everybody else is doing a partisan lecture disguised as comity. and jimmy fallon is in a
perpetual hostage situation. he is funny but that not letting him do comity because he has to cater to that act to the the lab. seth meyers is just a pandering [bleep]. speak out you don't have to go through these. >> -- and colbert is to comity as o.j. is to marriage shows. he kills, but not in a good way. >> katie, it is so true they are influent told only because are basically destroying people's faith in media. so maybe zucker has influence, just in a weird direction. >> people are looking for something -- i don't think you get to go on a list like all the people on scene and is all if you do is talk about fox news all day. that is not an influential position to be in. just a line about where fox news is doing and covering. that's why people on scene and on the list for. i was going to talk about jimmy's outfit. there should be an influential
list about attire on television and he would be the king. >> i would be up there. i do look like the lead singer of a boy band called in rehab. i had but i stand by the purchase. >> you park the car, i will check the air inside. >> dagen, fox is deserving of all these accolades, and i'm not just saying that because i'm here. >> yes you are. but we are as a network deserving. number four, jeff zucker, he runs a network done on any given night doesn't have a show in the top 30 of shows on cable news. and a generally ageless because the only list i would ever make is most likely to get into a fight on a best. >> very easy to do these days. matt schlapp, say something is good about the show or fox. >> i think you are being a little hard on yourself.
i think you are helping bring back late night comedy and i don't understand why the some of these late night comics aren't news personalities. that is what they are. essentially reporting the news from their own slant and i also think the other thing about fox which is this. cnn, not a lot of so hateful and so focused stove focused on starting race riots and race wars icons country. one of the thing fox get a great reprieve for its getting people to calm down and watch the five and get some news and enjoy themselves. had to have a laugh. >> coming up. he had a message on a hoodie but woke stirs said it was no goodie. ♪ ♪
show yesterday wearing a sweatshirt with the word "cancel culture" crossed out. but the controversy, you would think he said let's go vikings. that hoodie was a gift he apparently received from sports founder dave portnoy. a comes after he was fined by the nfl last month for violating their covid protocols. in the woke model and after him for daring to suggest that getting healthy is an important part of combating the virus. >> i like to speak the truth and i am not a part of this woke cancel culture that gets off on trying to silence people all the time. >> he is a monster! for more, we actually caught up with his younger brother, darren rogers. darren, what did you think of your brothers hoodie? >> he is mom and dad favorite. just because he bought them a few houses. but i lived there and ease of big fancy football player.
big deal. i checked the parking meter. you ever get a parking space? you are welcome. and aaron thanks all the models from victoria's secret, will i data models also so -- it's the same -- >> he is very progressive because it is the same. they are all beautiful. >> the brother or aaron rodgers? >> but aaron rodgers -- i'm glad he is sticking his neck out there. athletes do deserve our respect. speak out how amazing how if you just where hoodie that is counter to what the woke mobsters want it is controversy all. i just where hoodie and people are freaking out about it. i love that these guys are fighting back just by being chill. try to cancel them, send them a hoodie, he gets to wear it, they tried to do this to tom brady when he had a hat. goes on to win a couple more super bowl's. you win the success, the best revenge is doing well. just ignore and move on. all the people trying to cancel
these people are miserable and being happy makes them miserable. >> now they are trying to say there is no cancel culture. they say come on, if chapelle has his own special. there is no cancel culture. they do try to think like take all these things away from him. >> they do. it does exist. but he got fine. he didn't even miss again. okay. if he -- if he wants to lecture us -- excuse me, talk to us about health and wellness, maybe don't look like you slept in a porter john overnight. maybe don't look like you probably smelled like filet of fish. >> it is the look, though. those sports shows, it's almost like they have to dress down and look sloppy. >> they do this thing where they try too hard to look like they are not trying. >> jimmy, you don't have this problem. >> thank you. >> he looks like he put in extra
effort all the time. >> darren rogers covid story to me as a giants fan it is refreshing to hear about somebody catching something. but he is right in identifying and gravitating towards something. he was with, two years ago, he was part of the average mob when people were mad at the cops and they were burning down cities but now he is realizing that this is just the beast that wants to get fed and it will devour anybody, even if you are part of it. because the kitties point, these are people looking to do something with all the vile and ate inside of them. they are miserable people. now that society knows i, is become fashionable. it's a piece of common culture as we all hate these [bleep] and that is what it is. he did make a point about how the nfl isn't really focusing on the treatment option and the health of covid with their protocol rules and he is right to say that. because if you are professional athletes, your biggest health risk right now is still the
kardashians. no one is talking about. >> that is so true. matt schlapp, you are canceled when you started the republican gripped in your local elementary school, right? >> i don't know how to respond to that. canceled by the governor of american who decided to go to florida and decided we would do in code and taxes this year because we think it is going to happen again. we talked a lot about the election it and how bad these economic policies are and how unpopular they are. the election would turn next year not on about academy, though that won't help the democrats, going to turn on all this. all the woke stuff the american people are done with it. and all of them are empowered to be able to say that, but that is why the democrats will get flattened. and have a chance maybe once again to respect people we disagree with. >> love it. up next, your least favorite christmas tune. instead of yuletide greetings, they make you want to commit savage beatings. ♪ ♪ our retailers have been sharing
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night. band-aids "do they know the christmas" is the third wears christmas song. according to rolling stone, the song is a mess of colonialism and racist stereotypes. and those are its best qualities. number two, when a maroon 5's version of "happy christmas, war is over" which i'm assuming is terrible because it is by maroo. lastly, jessica and ashlee simpson's rendition of the little drummer boy is the worst christmas song. you know, i never thought is appropriate to play drums around a baby, so i think i am with them on that one. but back to band-aid because that '80s rock. here is a little bit of their big heads. ♪♪ well, we are all rich ♪ ♪ and there is plenty of food for us ♪ ♪ but for other people in other parts of the world ♪ ♪ it really sucks ♪ ♪ they have no food and there's lots of sand ♪ ♪ and we don't even have
anything to send them for christmas this year ♪ ♪♪ >> wow, and is more politically incorrect than i remembered. >> cancel i, get rid of it, it's an abomination. >> do you agree these are the worst? what is the one you hate the most? >> i don't hate any christmas song because i love christmas and i don't want to engage in the war on christmas by singling out any one of these songs. but i do love the story about the bar the limited mariah carey's "all i want for christmas" on the jukebox. you can only played after december 21st and once per night. rationing the song. >> i find it annoying, dagen, i like the old classics. i like the frank sinatra christmas, ella fitzgerald know of the sacred music. but what do you hate about a question mark >> judy garland -- for me me in st. louis. i'm not going to sing it because
that is the worst christmas song. it is a christmas song -- it's the worst christmas song. i can't even sing in church. chris basco people stare end point. this list is stupid because it has stevie wonder on it. stevie wonder does no wrong. even singing a bad christmas song, still a decent song. >> no, this is an old song. >> come different one. >> what do you think about -- >> george michael is amazing. just be clear. the worst christmas song is the one about the rabbit. ♪♪ merry christmas, merry christmas ♪♪ that's on sucks. it's a rapping song. >> it is better than theirs. but here's the worst christmas song me on of this should be due and no one likes to talk about it. the christmas shoes is a worst
christmas song of all time. it is a song about the little boy who wants to buy manchus for his dying mom because she is on her way to heaven. it is the worst and i will tell you why. horrifically sad because mom is dying but also sad because sad because you know the kid is going to have a hard life because he is bad with money. this person has 30 minutes to live and you are buying them shoes. not fiscally responsible. this is a kid with future and congress is what it is, and i can't cosign it out all. >> you are right. >> i used to love all christmas songs like you, katie, but you know what i love? bruce springsteen "santa claus is coming to town." they'd always play that by now that he has turned into such a jerk, i don't like you have the artist affect my view of their music, but he is a bit of a blow are now so i don't like any of it. >> i can't say that. i still love it. >> go, matt schlapp.
>> i have to say something about this band-aids on. i am old enough to remember the song. was in a nice when the woke stars of 20 years ago, probably longer, got together to raise money for the board. i like that. what would they be getting together to raise money for now? at least there is no harm in that. kind of insulting -- don't even know it is christmas. >> but if you don't have food, you don't care. you just want the turkey. it's a little condescending. give me the turkey. i'm hungry. >> a better is "where the world" just for the video. watching bob dylan -- i watch this once a week. he's in the video going -- like looking around and not even singing. watch it. it won't lift your spirits. >> cyndi lauper is there. the whole thing. huey lewis. that is one of the greatest. i always find -- the ones with the jackson five, his voice is just too high when he was a kid. "i saw mommy kissing
santa claus" it is too much. >> the way, the new version is called "i saw mommy testing santa claus." >> not where i thought you were going to go. >> i just insulted a kid with a dying mom, can you help me? >> you are right. it is harsh. even on christmas. >> i was always bothered by that. it is like the kids he's mommy kissing santa claus and think it is like oh, what a laugh it would have been if daddy -- >> your mom is a hor >> that is uplifting. don't go away, we will be right back. ♪ ♪
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