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merry christmas and a member, yes, a lot of the news is bad but this is where a sense of gratefulness and being blessed comes in. we are in the greatest country on earth founded by the greatest people, and we make a difference in everyone's lives. we always have, and that will not change. we will overcome this as we've overcome everything that the world has put to us, so it's an honor and a pleasure to be here with you. i'm grateful for the opportunity to see you. raymond arroyo is in tonight for laura ingraham. again, merry christmas, everyone, and merry christmas, raymond. >> raymond: merry christmas to benjamin: great job. hope you enjoy the day and happy new year. this is a special version of the inaquarium angle. if you thought the covid vaccines would stop at 3 jabs biden has news for you. doctor marty maccarry ways in.
biden has been forced to sign a new china trade bill into law but how enforceable is it? it is a christmas tragedy. a satanic art display placed next to a nativity scene has franklin graham feeling. josé and i'm a single christmas do it. first, christmas is and will always be a holy season and the time i hold sacred but years ago seinfeld introduced its own yuletide celebration on december 2, '03, they call it festive us. >> traditional festive us begins -- i have a lot of problems with you people. now you are going to hear about it. raymond: i reject this tradition.
i restrict myself to the airing of grievances because i have a lot of problems too. let's see if we share these. this year we went to the border and brought you the ongoing chaos. most of this was caused by biden's decisions. when he came into office the president overturned trump's remain in mexico policy, threatened to end title 42, the health measure that allowed agencies or migrants away at the border and stopped construction of the wall. less then he later biden has found some border policies that work. he has reinstituted the remain in mexico policy, title 42 in place and authorize the construction of parts of the trump wall, congratulations, this experiment at the border saw 1.7 million migrants cross illegally this year. that's an all-time high and those are only the ones the
border agents have countered. you get to pay for their care and well-being, mary festive us. i have a grievance over the e-voting is concern we have of people from foreign countries like afghanistan and these migrants, god bless them all the while igor the care and well-being of our own veterans when ingraham angle discovered attend and cameras on the streets of los angeles, homeless vets unable to get to a facility donated for them we were naturally enraged. the vets can now on the grounds of the facility they are still outdoors and not in permanent housing. afghan refugees and illegal immigrants house at taxpayer expense in places like the
bethesda hyatt regency hotel. this misplaced concern needs correction in the new year. i have a huge grievance against media misinformation, the american people are not stupid, vacancy what is going on. try to convince them of that inflation is good for us and president biden is the man he was 20 years ago, it is not working on any level. another grievance, stop trying to take credit for things that are not true especially you, jen psaki. >> good news, we saved christmas. ♪♪ deck the halls again now ♪♪ >> that was from a white house celebrity only christmas concert the other night.
only president biden could manage to defame christmas, healthcare workers and a great jerry herman song at the same time. i hope we don't see anymore syncing nurses in the new year. there is a nursing shortage, your patients need you without accompaniment and choreography, thank you. this is a big grievance i have had throughout 2021. our elder statesman have got to stop talking about the past, that includes corn pop and the election that went pop. >> president biden: my dad used to say remember. joey baby, grabs my cheek. >> corn pop was a bad dude and he ran a bunch of bad boys. >> americans want leaders that look to the future and point the way forward, not revisit old tales from the past. is much as i review the things of the past and i do i hope we see no more reboots in 2022.
this year we have sequels or prequels of the matrix, bill and ted's excellent adventure, home alone, the sopranos, the wonder years, sex in the city, be honest, the nostalgia was not worth the trip, you can't re-create what was, let's create new franchises for this generation, for this time, not regurgitate the past, badly. i grieve the pairing of younger pop stars with worn-out acts far past their prime. they look no better next to a pop princess though you can decide which pairing this year was more offensive. >> let's sing anything goes. nowadays anything goes. i'm here with president biden talking about that. >> critical. raymond: i will take lady gaga and bennett over the other people, they occasionally hit
the right notes. i'm grieved by the origin vindictiveness hurled at those who dare to speak their minds this year whether it was dave chapelle, j k rowling, sharon osborne, or the bachelor us, chris harrison, each of them suffered for speech, thinking freely and daring to express ideas especially unpopular ones, should not get people canceled, no word should be unforgivable. it is the nature of art to contradict the status quo and get us to think differently. >> the transgender community, i am more than willing to give you an audience. i am not bending to anybody at demands.
raymond: final scraps of grievance that can be mentioned, this chrissy tikhon stage a comeback while sharon osborne and jk rowling are in perpetual punish corner. >> one person said you said something to her to this person saying, quote, i can't wait for you to die and you apologized you apologize profusely. >> having time to digest it all and look back and realize honestly there is so much time to grow and to learn and become more empathetic. >> does everybody get to be forgiven for unfortunate nasty comments? does everybody get to be more empathetic? let's hope so and what about hunter biden who made millions off of his ink spittle canvases this year. if you or i spitting through a straw somebody would call the police but when the president is your daddy it is called art. though i'm grieved by his hygiene failures no one elevated coughing this year to the artform the president biden did. >> and the end of october,
excuse me, with business and labor. excuse me. >> i hope that new white house dog is caring an oxygen tank on its back and as we move toward midterms neither mentions of january 6th nor let's go brandon our governing agendas. i hope both parties are missing. i could go on and on and feel free to send me your grievances on twitter. but here's the problem with this service, this airing of grievances, complaints only get you so far. while it is fun and even therapeutic, it lacks something we desperately need when things do go wrong and when times as dark, faith and love and those are best found near family and your god at christmas. may you have a merry one and a
grievance free christmas ties. now joining me is mercedes schlapp, former trump white house, surgery and project 21:chair. merry christmas to you both. did you share any of those grievances with me. >> i think your list was longer than mine but i got to say i think we can all agree we are so ready for 2021 to be over, you see these poll numbers come out saying half of the americans really think it has been the worst year of their lives but i think in the midst of president biden pushing the fact that those that are unvaccinated are going to have a very dark and truly winter, i remain hopeful. i really feel there has been a rise of the american people, we are strong, we are resilient, we will fight back against what i see are forced vaccine mandates
and fight back against these unfair, radical policies like crt of the gender confusion they are pushing on our schools. it has been the rise of the americans, of the deplorables, of the parents who have said no more and it has been an awakening for so many americans to stand up against what i would call a radical agenda by many of these politicians and people are saying no more so we need to be hopeful. >> it is curious how these radical policies are brought together this new coalition of hispanics, women and democrats and african-americans, very curious how that is forming
almost a new coalition. kamala harris doesn't think she is to blame for any of this or her abysmal poll numbers, the new york times reporting miss harris privately told her allies the news coverage of her would be different if she were any of her 48 predecessors who she described as old, white, and male. for approval recently hit 28%. does that explanation hold? is it racism or sexism? >> let me say merry christmas, this is wonderful time to celebrate the greatest gift of all. i wish that as we head into 2022 that people like our vice president and other americans actually took some responsibility for their actions. it said that if you are digging a hole in your down to 28% approval rating maybe you should stop digging, maybe you should reverse course. there have been myriad number of very very bad policies. the great thing about america is we've got elections coming up, and 2, it is our resilience.
it makes it possible for us to overcome even some of the most bumbling, backwards policies. >> the malays overshadowing this economy has taken hold, politico reports camaraderie has been fleeing in many team suffering low more out and many are eyeing the exits creating potential for higher than usual turnover. >> the american people are suffering. this is not about the white house christmas party. let's be real. here is the deal.
there is so much dysfunction happening in this white house because you don't know who is in charge and in essence when you're getting one negative paul after another and you have a president that you don't feel a strong enough to lead, one policy failure after another put enormous stress on the staff because what is happening they are on defense, not offense and even president biden admitted in the interview with abc that he has failed on the pandemic, they should have done better, there was no strategy in place if we saw with afghanistan decision-making of that team, that administration, they failed the afghan people, fail the americans, failed the military and on the economy this is the driving issue for the election next year and all we keep hearing is inflation, higher food prices, higher gas prices and for the american people these pocketbook issues will
make the difference, these white house staffers can be mad and upset but it is because this administration is feeling the american people. >> all the members of congress who have tested positive for covid over the last week alone. what do all of them have in common? they are all fully vaccinated, some are even boost. what does that microcosm of congress tell us about the effectiveness of the biden vaccine mandates outside of congress? >> congress has set up the most restrictive policies possible as part of their covid mitigation and it is not working. one of the most serious ones that i think our founders would be very concerned about is vote from home. it is already light work as it is to be a member of congress. now you don't even have to show
up, you just send your message in, send your vote in but there is a reckoning coming and just look, you see the covid numbers exploding but i'm watching the number of retirees, resignation announcements that are occurring. they are running like scalded dogs as we would say here in texas. raymond: before i go, 15 seconds each, do you have a personal grievance of the year? i will start with you, mercedes. >> reporter: for the most part it has been the lack of responsibility, lack of vision and optimism by the biden administration, they are providing a message of hope, no strategy, no plan and i think it has been very destructive and created a huge fatigue among the american people. >> dancing nurses and a new dog and cat.
what is your grievance? >> i wish that our courts were a lot more sympathetic to the liberty interests of the american people instead of waiting and delaying they should boldly announce, these mandates, these interferences of your rights and freedoms are unconstitutional and get it over with. raymond: you have queued me up perfectly. merry christmas. biden just sees the possibility of a fourth booster shot for covid but is it necessary? doctor marty macarrie will take on the vaccine mandates in the new year. harmeet dhillon breaks down what it could mean for you. don't go away.
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you biden would shift the goalposts on what counts as fully vaccinated. what started as two jabs became three last night biden hinted three jabs might not be enough. >> let me ask you what we heard from his real overnight. they are moving forward with the second booster. this would be the fourth shot for people 60 and over and frontline medical workers. is that something your considering? >> president biden: i listen to the scientists and i'm sure the scientists are paying close attention. there may be of a need for another booster but that remains to be seen. >> reporter: remains a possibility. >> president biden: it remains a possibility. raymond: doctor marty macarrie is a fox news medical contributor and author of the book a price we pay. the president is booster addicted at this point. pushing them on 16 to 17-year-olds.
is that scientifically necessary? he said he wants to follow the science? >> no evidence to support it and the few places in the world doing boosters are think we are not doing it with science but based on a theory we think you might need it. pretty soon i think we will move to an annual booster with no scientific basis. if the data supports an annual booster i will let you know but you will hear a language that says are you up to date, could be every 6 months, every year and i think we will move away from boosters to this conversation of annual and simply the question are you up to date. i may you wrote a piece in the wall street journal, your concern about these butchers, 16 to 17-year-olds. even university students facing a mandate. >> there is no evidence to support boosters and young healthy people. the w h o is against boosters a young healthy the call, cdc and
fda experts have been against it, that is why they voted against them but the fda bypassed them and so did the cdc and that is why we got this recommendation of the primary series of boosters, the risk of dying is 0. you cannot lower that risk with the booster but that is the recommendation we have to. >> we are learning cases are dropping like a rock, they expect the same to happen here. that begs the question why are we freaking out and are you concerned about the adverse reactions people are having to these boosters, not only myocarditis, i have a friend who's a grown man it has something, a reaction in the shoulder for these vaccines. >> if we know the reactions from the vaccines are as high as one in 7000 young males of hard information that presents to a doctor and probably more cases out there that don't make their way to a doctor. many of us have been concerned
about the booster when there is no benefit that is documented and we are in a bit of uncharted territory, we have 41 million cases of influenza each year roughly and we don't test them every day and talk about a crisis. what we need to do is take reasonable precautions and use testing selectively. >> i want to talk about the new merck pill, the anti-covid bill, the fda has approved it but there are real warnings here, high-risk for adults, the new york times notes the fda decision reflects concerns that merck's pillars only modestly effective while also carrying the possible risk of causing reproductive harm. your reaction. what is happening at the fda? >> there has been this concern because they give the drug in
high dose in mice and look for some forms of mutation. even though that is not a does that is recommended it raises questions. the drug should not be given to children or pregnant women in my opinion. it can be lifesaving so there could be a risk-benefit analysis there but we got pfizer, the cut covid of 20, we just need more of the drug. raymond: we will talk to you in the new year. in just two weeks the supreme court will hear oral arguments regarding the vaccine mandates
as well as masks. despite some early setbacks in lower courts the biden administration is confident there mandates will prevail, joining me now, harmeet dhillon, civil rights attorney and managing partner of the dhillon law group. the circuit courts were split on the constitutionality of these mandates. you petitioned the supreme court to hear this case. what are they looking for? >> the mandates of met with pretty harsh responses from the courts of appeals and right now two of the three biden mandates have been enjoined by the court and when i petitioned on, the daily wire to the sixth circuit is the only one where a court has actually acted to set aside an injunction of a mandate so right now, this is the one where we get the supreme court to change the position of the lower court. what we are seeking is simply a ruling that is consistent with all the statutory basis that covers osha namely that osha does not have the power, congress never granted to show the power to mandate to employers to take a particular drug, to classify workers as
hazardous substances in the workplace and to impose regulations without any notice and comment and regulations that are frankly illogical so these are the things we are petitioning the court for the court agreed to hear to petitioners. raymond: you make the case that these could be constituted as police powers. was a problem for biden and his mandates. >> is a problem for the federal government because the federal government has very limited police powers. by contrast states and localities likely do have significant powers to impose mandates be. maybe not this kind of mandate but the federal government doesn't have it is congress never granted it. i met given the shifting science, we were talking about this earlier, the vaccines don't seem to stop either the infection or spread of omicron. will that have any bearing on the high court's ruling? >> that's one of the arguments we made in our papers, namely that the evidence currently before us in front of our eyes is vaccinated or not people are spreading the virus and the
ideas that is some kind of appropriate barrier as opposed to completely ignoring natural immunity which clearly provides khorasan protection for many people. these are arbitrary, illogical, ineffective and i think unsafe mandates even if they were permitted by congress which they aren't. another point, employers don't want to be in the position of getting into this information with their employees because it puts them at legal risk. if you want to fire an employee is doing a bad job, sleeping on the job or whatever you are so we going to be accused of disability discrimination if you are firing somebody who chose not to get vaccinated or didn't have the right number of shots and we don't want to be in that position is employers. >> given the gravity of this and how many people will be affected, 12 million federal and state workers, 100 million employees across the country,
why is the high court only allowing one hour for oral arguments? >> they are allowing one hour for the medicare, federal contractors and allowing two parties to argue, you raise a very good question. our case is not one of the ones that was selected. i'm hoping that the signal that the court has artie spent a lot of time thinking about this and acting very promptly but the deadline is looming 5 days after the court hearing, is going to be the deadline for people to implement these policies. i suspect right now all of the supreme court law clerks had their christmas is canceled because they will be writing opinions in these cases so sorry for them. raymond: i love the new sweater which apparently you knitted yourself, thank you.
merry christmas. now the biden has been forced to sign a bill banning chinese goods tied to slave labor how do you ensure corporate america doesn't gain and work around the law. stay with us. and jose felicians is coming up. stay with us. ♪ ♪ ♪♪ we all will be tomorrow ♪♪ if the fates allowed ♪♪ ♪♪ hanging a shining star upon ♪♪
♪ ♪ >> raymond: welcome back to "the ingraham angle." biden signed the uighur forced labor person my prevention act today. the americans should hold the chinese commonest party accountable for its atrocities and keep their goods made with slave labor out of our markets. but it's important raymond: biden signed earlier forced labor prevention and today. americas the chinese communist party accountable for its atrocities and keep their goods made the slave labor out of our markets but it is important to
remember why it took this bill so long to pass in the first place, not only was it opposed by the biden administration but corporate america didn't like it either. how do you make sure the biden administration rigorously enforces the law and corporations like nike and apple don't exploit blue balls. for answers we turn to the other of the bully of asian foreign affairs analyst only ferris. thank you for being here. even the president of the us china chamber of commerce admitted he doesn't know how they will implement this law or enforce it. are you confident they can. >> i'm not confident the biden administration will enforce any laws passed by the u.s. congress quite frankly. we've had laws on the books banning the importation of goods made with slave labor since 1932, prison labor. it was passed because of the use of prison labor, slave labor in the soviet union to keep those good on the united states. i testified two decades ago
about prison made goods flooding into the us even then. these exist, 2 million leaders in prison in turkistan making goods for export in many cases, they are forced to work twee 7 days a week. all takes the political will to enforce this new law but that strength of will when it comes to china seems to be missing from the white house. you mention the biden administration opposed this. only because of people like marco rubio that it was passed unanimously in congress. it imposes sanctions on individuals but you have to impose the sanctions. raymond: italy bans imports from that region. intel, they apologized to the
chinese government because they have to end certain supply chains. how do you ensure that they don't wash those goods and those items through other parts of china, move them to hong kong and then the united states? >> absolutely right, much larger problem is the chinese leadership does not believe the biden administration is going to impose serious sanctions. it is going to go after china, others, hong kong and many other issues related to the policy. many reasons, we need to pay attention to, one of which is this administration conducted foreign-policy near china. the chinese -- what we are doing with the iran deal, the chinese saw that and the domestic situation which we have been talking about. the regime believe the biden administration though they signed off on legislation, i'm not going to take the posture of fighting with china.
raymond: amazon is now buying to the ccp, reuters is reporting the company was selling a book of president xi's writings and speeches when beijing handed down anita that amazon must stop allowing any customer ratings and reviews in china. a negative review of the book prompted the demand. one of the people said i think the issue is anything under 5 stars. this is just a small example of how far corporate america is willing to bend for china. >> bend over backwards, kneel down, kowtow, kneeling and beating your head on the floor for access to the china market which is actually collapsing before our eyes. consumers in china are very scared that there are shortages of all kinds, there is a housing crisis and i think the chinese
economy is near collapse. we are not in real good shape ourselves but they are in very bad shape. as our sanctioning members of the chinese communist party last year during the trump administration they sanctioned the party chief of a member of the chinese commerce party's politburo for the first time a member of the politburo had ever been sanctions is the order to illuminate the leaguers came from xi jinping himself. under the biden administration don't expect him to do that anytime soon. raymond: now hong kong is in beijing's hands china is taking this opportunity to be race history by removing the pillar of shame, the city's last public commemoration of the 1989 massacre, how long before hong kong doesn't even remember this event happened? >> strategically hong kong has fallen to china when it decided
to move in number one and 2 crush the democracy movement and now they are moving to the deeper layer which is to take over the education and culture. if we do not as the international community led by the us administration counter this. raymond: it is outrageous what is happening in the way they rounded up those democracy advocates, so many good people, the nose sweeps, many of them lobbying in chinese prisons tonight. thank you both. merry christmas. a satanic display speech or next to a nativity in the illinois state house. reverend franklin graham is here on what this says about the state of the country and what we should be focused on. don't go away.
it is obvious what the group is doing, they are mocking religious expression and the nativity. joining me as reverend franklin graham, president and ceo of samaritans first, merry christmas, your reaction to this blasphemous image at the illinois capital? >> the devil has been trying to destroy christmas for 2000 years. when king herod sent his troops to bethlehem to hunt for baby jesus to kill him. the devil has been trying to destroy christmas ever since and this is another sad attempt. christmas is about god's love, not the satanic temple but god's love in this world that he sent his son jesus christ to this earth to take our sins, jesus died for our sins, he was buried, he rose again, he is alive and if we turn from those sins and put our faith and trust in him, god will forgive our sins and heal our hearts and invite us to be with him for eternity.
this is what christmas is all about. it is about god loving visitors and loving you and lovingly. raymond: i need to ask about the new poll that just came out, percentage of americans who identify as christian have dropped 15% over the last 14 years, now 3 in 10 adults consider themselves religious non-s which are atheists or agnostics or nothing. why is this happening? what can the church do about it? >> i think the church is got a lot of work to do and we need to do evangelism, we need to be sharing with people how they can have a relationship with god. i'm not talking religion. there's a lot of religion in the world. i'm talking about how to have a relationship with god and faith in his son, jesus christ. we've got a lot of work. i'm not going to be out of a job i don't think because there's a lot of work to do and i hope
pastors across the country will be willing to preach and tell others how they can have a relationship with jesus christ. raymond: despite those trying to divide the country samaritans bringing people together for operation christmas child. our producer every year she and her son, presents are donated to children all over the world who otherwise have nothing. how many gifts will you distribute this christmas? >> this year we've taken 10.2 million shoeboxes and this will be delivered to children in 110 countries. it is an incredible program and these are children who have nothing, when you give the gift, the only gift they ever received in their life and the joy and hope for the fact that they know that somebody out there love
them. i want the children of the world to know the true meaning of christmas, of god's love. raymond: we keep living on christ's birthday to those nearest to us. samaritans putting a lot of effort into helping those devastated by the tornadoes in kentucky and arkansas. you have hundreds of volunteers on the ground. what are you doing to help and how are you spending your christmas eve? >> let me answer the question what a person can do, go to our website and find out how to volunteer or be a part of helping the relief effort. i'm going to be there christmas eve, we will serve a christmas lunch to 5000 people. ricky scattereds will be with me people serve 11:00 to 2:00 in the afternoon it is for
everybody in the mayfield area who can come by and have a free lunch. i will say a few words and then we work on christmas. we will have teams of people working through christmas. we don't take christmas off. people there need our help now and it is important we help them. raymond: god bless you and your efforts, merry christmas to you and to all those at samaritans first and thank you for your great work. >> god bless you and merry christmas. raymond: one of my favorite moments from an all-american christmas together special i hosted on fox nation. a little do it. stay right there. . stay right there.
>> raymond: my pal and i sent a raymond: by all josé and i sang a little duet this christmas. ♪♪ we are will be together ♪♪ if the fates allow ♪♪ paying a shining star upon the highest cloud ♪♪ and have your self a merry little christmas ♪♪ a raymond ♪♪ have yourself a merry little christmas ♪♪ hosea a ♪♪ have your self ♪♪ a merry little christmas
♪♪ now ♪♪ raymond: join laura and me for hilarious christmas special and new year's eve coverage from new orleans, a blessed and joyful christmas to you. >> americans will be submitting the most expensive christmas in decades, the president's own staff appears to be set up. we have a report on a postholiday exodus. >> you haven't even signed a contract yet. >> we have no concern about the contract being finalized, we are just working to finalize the contract.