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hussein? shame on you. sorry about that, mom. it just came out. scott from southlake, please ask for oil, gas, and baby formula. that is all for tonight. tucker carlson is next but remember, i'm jesse watters and this is my world. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." a week ago exactly, an unnamed saboteur of the supreme court leaked a draft opinion by justice sam alito's plating lie roe v. wade ought to be overturned. people went completely hysterical, but his views were not especially controversial. roe is bad law over the past half-century many have acknowledged that including many
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pro-choice democrats, including joe biden. if you are an office holder who supports legal abortion, the obvious solution is to vote for legal abortion had passed a law like they do in democracies. it is not complicated. that is how it's supposed to work. democracy is a tiresome process and worst of all the outcome isn't always guaranteed. they prefer what they call direct action, not democracy. liberal activists immediately set about threatening the supreme court justices and attacking christianity. a group called ruth, in honor of ruth bader ginsburg, hosted the home address of every supreme court justice because they are conservative. to invite violence and harassment committed get them to change their votes. then ruth sent this to practicing catholics across the country. "stuff your rosaries enter weaponized prayer, we will be burning the eucharist to show her disgust for the abused
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catholic churches that have been condoned for centuries. you'd think the biden administration might have to say about that. intimidating judges by the way is a federal crime. but you know, the biden administration did not try to stop this, they did nothing. in fact, from her podium at the white house, the president's publicist endorsed the coming harassment very clearly. "the president's view is that there's a lot of passion, a lot of fear, a lot of sadness for many, many people, jen psaki explained. it could not of been clear. go for it and terrorized by that is the word from the lighthouse. that is exactly what they did. this is outside brett kavanaugh's house. ♪ ♪ [indistinct] >> tucker: brett kavanaugh as a supreme court justice, a man, husband, father. he lives in a normal
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neighborhood outside of d.c., doesn't have a wall around the house. more to the point, his two daughters are home. imagine what it must've been like inside the house if you are brett kavanaugh or his wife or his daughters. the people outside didn't care, the woman who organized that protest outside of his house lives right down the street apparently. she is a deeply unhappy individual. bringing the mob to his house for a very specific reason, because she wants brett kavanaugh to change his views and support roe v. wade. she was intimidating a federal judge. it could not be clearer. and yet she was not arrested, not even schooled it. instead she was rewarded. she got a glowing profile in "the washington post." so once again, and effect, our leaders in washington set a very clear message to the mob as they did for blm. do what you want, we are in your
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side. it is not like you are insurrectionist. so the mob did. look what the mob did to this christian counseling center in wisconsin over the weekend. >> if they aren't safe, then you aren't either peer that is part of the message outside with action. it continues inside the building. >> this isn't an answer to anything. >> written in debris and glass in her office. they say the message is clear. >> it is precipitated by the leaked a supreme court opinion, right? it's obvious. >> medicine police say it appears someone threw a molotov cocktail inside the building. >> tucker: you are not safe. the christian counseling center had nothing to do with the opinion. of course, the christian counseling center only talks to women who are pregnant and art sure what to do next. they don't make money doing it, they are not getting rich by giving gender altering chemicals to your kids or committing
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abortion. they are just talking to girls who are confused and upset. some of those girls i wind up having abortions anyway, but they are trying their best to do their duty. not doing anything aggressive at all. but because their views are repugnant to the left, their building was firebombed. so how did the media cover this? here is political, which is not even a news organization anymore. here is how they describe. a fire broke out sunday at the office of an antiabortion group in madison, wisconsin. a fire broke out, really? the newspaper agreed, fire breaks out out wisconsin antiabortion group office. just broke out. according to the police chief in madison where it happens, the arson is not considered a terrorist incident. so firebombing with molotov cocktails for political reasons and threats on the wall -- let's call it activism. so of course, fires will
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continue to break out if that is your posture. and they are. and more. here surveillance footage we obtained an attack on the christian nonprofit. this is based in alexandria virginia. you can see a man tearing the intercom from the wall, exposing himself, and a lot more. so this just happened over the weekend in response to sam alito's opinion with which conservative women for america had nothing -- they had no role in it whatsoever. because they are christians, they were attacked. the fbi has been identified. it's not january 6th. no one stop the person who did that and no one has stopped dogs who terrorize sunday masses across the country. this was the scene of the sunday mass in los angeles. [indistinct]
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>> get out of here. >> among other things, sincerely religious people are a reviled minority at this point in the united states. the biden administration has made its job to protect unpopular minority groups. there is also by the way federal law that makes intimidating churchgoers illegal. for the record. but the biden administration has no interest in protecting this particular minority. they are ignoring the whole thing. that means that churches now need armed guards to protect themselves, but those cards are also now being targeted. watch. >> we pay you to take care of people. [bleep] [indistinct]
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it's embarrassing. >> see would think that churches in texas would be safe after all, it's texas, but no, st. bartholomew reports that the tabernacle was stolen last night, likely in response to the alito opinion. here is scene outside of the basilica in new york city. watch. [indistinct] >> i'm killing the baby.
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>> tucker: i'm killing the baby. could you get away without outside any other religious center? any other group of worshipers? probably not. we wouldn't support it. so maybe you are starting to think this isn't actually about about's before. maybe it's about something much darker than that. take a look what democrats are doing right now in congress. if you want a sense of what their plans are. this is a real passage from a new abortion bill the democrats are trying to get through to congress. "this act is intended to protect all people with the capacity for pregnancy, cisgender women, transgender men, nonveterinary individuals, those who identify with the different gender, and others. so there it is. it's not really about codifying roe. abortions for people who "need them." it is much bigger than that. it is about displacing god as the great decider. democrats now reserve the right
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to rewrite biology, which is to say, do minyan over nature. now they are in charge. again, this isn't just about intimidating supreme court justices. it is about attacking christianity, because christianity stands in their way. msnbc -- this comes out. watch. >> the christian right's decade-long push to revoke abortion rights is just part of their broader agenda. what else do they want? what else is at stake? >> it's not just about abortion. this is about a much broader set of issues that really are about a white, christian worldview. >> it's important to recognize that it's christian extremism that is at the root that is allowing justices like this to be confirmed. >> discovered they could manufacture and channel their moral outrage toward abortion creating a new test for
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preservative dome a conservative -- some sane outward that they believe america is a christian nation. >> tucker: so they are mad not just at alito, but at christianity and christians, believers, people of faith. they have been for a long time. it is weird if you think about it. why are liberals angry at christianity? christianity has been the single greatest force for history. our understanding of human rights, all of us, it is included. that is where i'm comes from. it's the reason we don't have slavery. christians did that. if you are sincere liberal, it would seem odd to hate christians. but the totalitarians always do hate christians bear the soviets killed the priests first. communists objected a statue of jesus to a symbolic execution in front of a firing squad. it was one of the first things they did in weeks of the war
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breaking out. here's the picture on your screen. shooting. it tells you everything. modern liberals hate christianity, not because it is repressive, but because they are. any religion that puts god before government is by definition a threat to their power. most offensive at all, christianity specifically rejects their most cherished dogma, which is racial hierarchy. the christian message is the opposite of the equity agenda. christianity describes a universal brotherhood of man. therefore, for that reason, morally equal. that is gravely disempowering for the left. if all people are morally equal, you can't really divide your population by skin color. you can't really set one group against another. you can't tell one group you are better than that group. that is not allowed. so in order to allow it, you
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have to embrace christianity. and they've been working on it for a long time. ever notice how they call a martin luther king doctor, but not reverent. king was not a physician, he was a christian preacher. they would like you to forget that. undermining christianity is the central project of the left. because it stands in their way. dozens of churches burned across canada last summer, the country's prime minister refused to condemn the fireball means. he called them "understandable. the head of canada's aclu effectively endorsed the firebombings. burn it all down, she wrote. and now we are seeing it happen here as we knew it would. julianne is with the wisconsin family action office, the place that was just firebombed in madison -- sorry, where a fire broke out. i'm sorry to even say that to you, it's got to be painful since it was your office that was firebombed. what do you make of the coverage of this, by the way.
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>> the coverage has been amazing, tucker. to see this thing go national, it is quite an experience to be honest. we are an advocacy group, an educational group, we do, what the issues of the day from a christian perspective. to be honest with you, i wasn't sure what would happen after we had this molotov cocktail thrown into her office and graffiti written on the outside walls of our building. the coverage has been mixed. i talked to some media outlets where basically they said hey, you guys did this. it is an inside job. yeah right, we would destroy our own office. let is certainly patently false. overall, i must tell you that other than referring to us as an antiabortion group, which we would prefer to recognize for being pro-life, the coverage, even at the local level or national level, has been fairly evenhanded.
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because we have such evidence. i'm walking on glass in my office. we have a major cleanup job ahead of us in order to get back to business as normal. tucker, may i say, you are exactly right in your monologue. this is fundamentally because we hold a christian worldview i'd actually live it out. when they work in the legislature or when we talk to -- when we take our message to the media. that is the court issue. >> well, yeah. it does -- not every christian leader, there's a lot of lousy christian leaders out there, but christian people are the kindest people, the most committed to human rights by any group. i can't think of another more committed. why do you think they hate you so much? >> you said it well, we stand in their way. i've been up this for 25 years and i've said it repeatedly. when there is an impediment of the way of the liberal agenda, they have to find a way to sideline you, to silence you.
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i've even been told their ultimate goal is to destroy us. i would say they try that on sunday morning. under the cloak of darkness when they attacked our office. that was the goal. they want us to go away. they want us to be cowed into silence. i'm telling you right now, they picked the wrong group if that's what they want, because this has made it stronger, this is made at boulder. we are not going to go away, we are not going to be quiet. we are speaking truth, helping people, encouraging people to stand up, show, and speak up on these issues. their agenda is truly to make christianity -- exactly, exactly. >> i think that's right. i have sorry about what happened. >> thank you, tucker. >> tucker: he is due -- before joe biden was president, the supreme court justices were allowed to write opinions, because that is how the system
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worked. now we are going to take the outside justice to alito's house to see what it looks like when you write an opinion the mob doesn't like. jason whitlock has been watching all of this. let's turn that off. it's too much. i appreciate you coming on tonight. it pains me to put stuff like that on television. people should see what this actually looks like. >> tucker, i'm a mix of emotions right now. i'm honored that you would have me on on a topic that's important. i am enraged after watching your monologue and the way you captured and framed everything. looking at the behavior of these people is sickening. but i am also a bit optimistic and joyful. they have unmasked themselves and shown their wickedness and
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their evilness and their hostility towards god in a biblical worldview to the point that it now has to be publicly addressed that we are in a battle of good versus evil. this is a spiritual war that we are in. there is a world in god, it is not an attack on donald trump, not an attack on tucker carlson, not an attack on jason whitlock. it's god in the trees. i am joyful, because even though i didn't live in this arrow, there was a pivot point where people were so grossed out by what they saw in the 1960s from racist bigots that beating christian people on bridges and protests that people had to wake up and say, that is evil and i don't want to be associated with it. looking at what we are doing to the supreme court justices, looking at the way churches and christians are being attacked. that is a level of evilness that
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people should be repulsed by and say, i don't want to be associated with this, what is wrong with these people? >> tucker: especially since -- i mean, many christians don't live up to the standard. none of them live up to the standard. but as a group, there is no kinder group. it is so strange and no group more committed to nonviolence. it is kind of strange to see them as the bogeyman, right? >> there is a fundamental misunderstanding of what has made america great. we demonize the founding father and the founding documents. the don't like those biblical pieces are viably ended slavery, why we and jim crow. why they pass a civil rights -- why women got the right to vote. >> tucker: true.
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>> it has been a force for good and improvement and these people want to tear it down and uproot the constitution that saved us and made america live up to ideas that made this country great and the envy of the world. this is a level of wickedness i don't think we have ever seen in america. and i say that and i know that we have had a slavery and other levels, but those people -- our founding fathers, read the declaration of independence. they knew slavery was wrong. >> tucker: has, read it. jason whitlock, great to see you tonight. thank you. so it is hard to believe, baby formula is an extremely short supply in this country. baby formula shortage. parents across the country finding empty shelves looking for food for their babies. we will talk to one mother who
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is desperately searching for it straight ahead.
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♪ ♪ >> tucker: these pictures are so awful, and it's happening and you should see what it looks like. these are protesters, this is the mob outside justice
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samuel alito's home in virginia. they are disgusting. we will monitor that throughout the hour. joe biden predicted food shortages, and now they are here. baby formula, very hard to find in case you haven't tried recently. fox business is reporting that the largest retail tailors in the country are now rationing the product. watch. >> in georgia, amy thorne is two weeks away from being out of her son's hard-to-find baby formula. >> it is a real problem for moms, and especially mothers like myself who have adopted our children. >> following a recent formula of recall and continued supply chain issues. >> i started looking online at what i noticed online was there was a lot of limitation or caps to the number of things you could order. >> they told fox news they are limiting customers to three baby formula products per purchase. >> tucker: if you don't have
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kids at home, it's hard to imagine what this must be like. she's a mother in nashville and she is with us. i think you so much for coming on. >> they give raven to me. >> tucker: what is this like? not being able to find baby formulas probably not something you expected. >> it's honestly scary. and in today's world you would think this wouldn't be an issue. i understand that there is, you know, when it comes to our nation's infants, you would think that they would do better on this wouldn't be an issue we would have to face as mothers. >> tucker: i mean, if you are running -- i don't want to make -- whoever you were, you're facing multiple crises at once. ukraine or whatever. you have to be pretty close to the top of the list. >> i would think so. but i understand that there are other things that are bigger
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news. but for moms across the country, i know that this is a big issue and should be big news. >> tucker: has come i agree with you completely. what are you going to do? >> personally, we have just been checking stores, searching online daily, asking friends and family to be on the lookout. i know that here in nashville where i live, there's a group that's been created on facebook where moms are watching out for each other, because that is just what we have to do, all stick together. >> may be a preview of the future. i appreciate you coming on and telling us what it's like. thank you so much. >> not a problem, thank you. >> tucker: gavin newsom, probably the worst governor ever come ever, perhaps. i don't know. it's a contest. he released a new ad where he claims to care about forest fires. yeah, right.
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spew on "new york times" has been known to edited stories after publication, but now they've added that at their word games too. trace gallagher only has true stories, so of course it is. he joins us now. >> "the new york times" apparently thought today's mortal answer would be viewed as commentary versus entertainment. you know, you play game, you get an answer. which made the times walk back, especially trying to explain how one day after mother's day and one week after the release of the supreme court draft decision on roby wade, the word a word was "fetus." which is not to be repeated at the times because in their 200 plus word statement, the word was never used. instead, they wrote quoted here, some users may see an outdated answer that seems closely connected to a major recent news
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events. this is entirely unintentional and a coincidence. the times went on to say the word was already loaded into workable big dolomite before they acquired the game three months ago. the way word a works is you get six chances to guess a five letter word, the way newspaper corrections work as you get one chance. as many people noted, sometimes you need five more. >> tucker: censoring riddle, i love it. trace gallagher, thank you so much. >> you bet. >> tucker: gavin newsom that wants to run for reelection. there's a problem, though. he has rocked the country's largest state. that makes it hard to shoot campaign advertisements without drawing attention to the decline of california. he raises lace latest ad which takes place in the burned-out forest. >> our redwood forests have suffered some of the worst fires
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we've ever seen. our great trees are still standing tall. i will always lead the california way. based on compassion, common sense, telling the truth, following signs, treasuring our diversity, defending our democracy, protecting our planet, and always planting seeds for the future. >> tucker: this is a guy who ran san francisco and then california as it progressively became filthy, crime-ridden, covered in graffiti, ten cities popping up on the sidewalks. it takes a lot of. but what about the fires? if newsom wanted to tell the truth about the fires, he could just read the paper or listen to npr, an investigation found that governor newsom drastically cut the budget for fire prevention and in light about it. michael shellenberger is running to replace gavin newsom as the governor of california.
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we are deeply pleased that michael shellenberger will join us tonight. thank you so much for coming on. so in addition to everything else, newsom is partly responsible for the forest fires? >> absolutely. this is a crazy ad but that he ran. his first year in office he actually cut the budget for forest fire prevention and half, which resulted in the worst year of forest fires in modern history. he then went on and lied about it exaggerating by an amount 690% larger of an area that they claimed had trinity -- this was the sacramental bureau of national public radio, which is barren sympathetic. for them to come out with this investigation i think it's quite telling of how serious his incompetence and this role has been. >> he's trash the natural environment of california. drive through central valley, it
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is disgusting. does anybody say, you are with the most anti-environment political leader in our lifetimes. >> i certainly am. i just grabbed my own records, one of the first things i did in the 1990s was helping to protect our ancient redwood forest. whenever something goes wrong because of his policies, he looks around for somebody to blame. edward has nobody there for him to blame, he blames climate change. he is totally irresponsible. he epitomizes the problems with the radical woke left in california. we are getting so much momentum right now, tucker, that we are really -- i think we have a really great shot at this. we are getting support from all sides. we are the people that are going to be able to dethrone the sky in november. >> i hope so. the lights are going to go out. they're not going to be able
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to -- they will blame global warming. you could breathe freely. but now, the white house is telling you, it is coming back another pandemic. just in time for the midterms. does that mean that we get the same distorted election rules that we had in the presidential election again? that is ahead. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> tucker: new york governor kathy hochul hochul hat different but elected to the office she holds, but she has tested positive for covid-19. recently, right now, you know what that means. it means the vaccine works perfectly. here's a statement she really is. thankfully i am vaccinated and boosted. reminder to all new yorkers, get vaccinated and boosted. she is just reading the catechism. if that sounds like a religious risk, kathy hochul with the vaccine is a religion come here
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she was in september. >> i wear my vaccinated necklace all the time to say, i'm vaccinated. all of you. yes, i know you are vaccinated. you know there's people out there who aren't listening to god and what god wants. you know where they are. i need you to go out and talk about it and to say, we owe this to each other. we love each other. taught us to love one another. and how do you show that love i want you to live. >> tucker: and now she's got coronavirus. it sounds like good that didn't work. time to pick a better god. meanwhile, in corona news, the white house is predicting at another covert surge this fall just in terms of the midterms. is a professor of medicine at stanford and he joins us tonight. thank you so much for coming on. it's hard not to be a little
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cynical about this public grounds on the coronavirus. how do you assess the white house's production? the key thing to know that don't like is that this is a virus that is join the family of other corona viruses circulating around human communities forever. surge after surge after surge. to warn people that this is impending doom again after two years of essentially -- it just doesn't make any sense to me. speak i have got to wander, and i guess we will find out, a lot of election out turn comes on the way elections are allowed to proceed. do you think this is possible that this could be used for a politician's own political end? >> i think it would be extremely irresponsible. voting is not more dangerous than 1,000 other activities that we are not going to stop.
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at the lockdown didn't work. it crushed our societies. marie really, really going to turn voting into this fraud act rather than just going back to something resembling normal? we have to learn that this viruses around forever. there are people that are vulnerable that should be careful. you ought to be careful. it is not like we should take no precautions, but for the rest of society, it is just one more risk along with 5,000 of the we face in our lives. >> tucker: it may be misremembering this, but i think i remember you saying something like this more than a year ago. that this virus -- we will have it forever. this has been known for a while, right? >> it has been. once we knew that it was frankly even in april of 2020, i helped run a study were it affected 4% of the bay area population in santa clara county.
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you know, 4 percent doesn't sound like a lot, but in april of 2020 we artie knew it was not stoppable. we have no technology to stop it. the vaccine doesn't stop people from getting it, as you showed with the governor of new york. they vaccine does have excuses for it those were older, but for the rest of society, we got it already. a very large fraction of the american publish end. and the second time you get it is likely to be -- it's less likely to create the outcome. why create panic on this virus. it's like trying to create a panic around a virus that is going to be here forever. no, that is the wrong thing to do. you don't create fear. and actually come out that it's going to work this time, tucker. we've seen two years of this, two years of overpromising. i do believe the american people are that gullible that they will fall for this this time. that is something we have to take seriously, but not something i should panic over. >> tucker: i sure hope you are
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right. thank you for joining us once again, i appreciate it. >> thank you. >> tucker: thank you. not that long ago, something pretty amazing and pretty telling happened on wall street. a big group of mostly anonymous users gathering on reddit decided to buy undervalued stocks like game stock, stocks that hedge funds had shorted. these guys hyped the price of the stock. now that caused hedge funds billions of dollars. and when it did, they shut it all down. it tells you a lot about how wall street works. there is a new documentary on the game stop phenomenon. one of the producers is called bert koontz. really interesting and smart. here is part of it. ♪ ♪ >> i watch this game stop thing happen.
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i didn't quite get what was going on, but i would be interested in fine don't like having you remind us what exactly happened. >> this had been bouncing along, getting in closer and closer to zero. and i don't really know anything about this. thinking about investing in, but it was a stock that a lot of institutional investors had shorted as a short of a hedge against their long position. so when you short sell stock, that means you've been -- it's declined. so it was a company that had been shorted a lot. somebody on these reddit boards -- >> tucker: in the markets. >> exactly. it was pretty down and out. so one of these reddit boards: wall street dad, some of the contributors of that had noticed harry coming you know it? maybe there's a little bit more -- up another puff on that cigar. there were people who were starting to buy it and try to recruit other people to buy the stock.
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and what wound up happening, they started to go up. then it metastasized into something that no one had ever really seen before. so the stock went from five -- >> tucker: [laughs] >> to 155. ultimately to almost 500. there were some very large institutional investors that lost a lot of money. ensued they go, that's a great story. did they eventually blow these guys up? >> tucker: just to be clear, the point from the wall street deaths reddit board perspective was to hurt -- >> they wanted to hurt the folks that were short the stock. they are try to get back at the man, basically. it wasn't just game stop, it spread to amc movie theaters and others. lee's whole group of stocks that have been left for dead bad
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folks that figure out that there are certain places where you can find out where stocks are heavily shorted. institutional firms have to register once it gets above a certain level. someone, some enterprising retail investor had figured out who was on that list. and then the power of social media took over and all of the sudden everybody knew who it was. they sent all the stocks through the roof. >> tucker: you can watch the entire conversation tomorrow morning at 7:00 on fox news. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ during world war two, most of
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>> tucker: no single publication in english has pretended to care more deeply but generally sixth in "the washington post" where they didn't do any reporting on it, they never found out who planted the pipe bombs. what is that story?
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they did the important stuff. they published editorials and used the term "attempted coup." and finally today come all that hard work paid off. "the washington post" just won something called a pulitzer prize for their coverage of january 6. inside the newsroom, it is like they received a medal of honor. one of the writers put it today, none of us woke up on january 6 thinking about bullet surprises. but that is what life is like. one stoned cue in on shaman and their lives changed forever. thank you for your service. fox news alert. stabbed to death in alabama and the men who confessed to killing her just escaped from jail a few days ago but he did it apparently with the help of one of his jailers, a major update in the story tonight. trace gallagher has it for us. speak of this manhunt is now over. it ended in evansville, indiana, vicki white and murder suspect
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casey white, no relation, were spotted at a hotel and then they fled and led police on a high-speed chase that ended a few minutes later with a wrecked catalog. casey white is 69 inches tall. he willingly gave himself up, but vickie white apparently committed suicide with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. we learned moments ago, she was taken to a hospital where she died. she was apparently having a romantic relationship with her. they ditched a patrol car, they fled and a rust colored ford suv and headed to tennessee. vickie white was supposed to retire on the very day she disappeared. and then she sold her home a few weeks ago, all cash. sold it for a discount, all cash, they were on the run together. casey white was set to stand trial for murder. he had already been serving 75
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years in prison for a litany of other crimes. the manhunt has now ended. >> tucker: thank you for that update. that is it for us. we are out of time. we will be back tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. and every weeknight, the best night with the ones you love. we will see you then. ♪ ♪ >> sean: welcome to "hannity." mob rule and left wing intimidation is once again that fashionable inside the modern extreme democratic socialist party after first ignoring and excusing and in some cases even openly being supportive of the 574 violent riots in the summer of 2020, dozens dead, thousands of cops injured, billions in property damage. people like kamala harris providing a bail fund to minnesota and the defunding efforts there. and then of course


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