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dr. kaitlin bernard. an indianapolis obstetrician gynecologist took a call from a colleague. a child abuse doctor in ohio. hours after the supreme court action the buckeye state had outlawed any abortion after six weeks. now, this doctor had a 10-year-old patient in the office who was six weeks and three days pregnant. could bernard help? this is a heinous story. 10-year-old girl was raped and is pregnant with the rapist's baby? there is nothing more despicable than that. and she was now unable to end her pregnancy in the state of ohio, so according to the report, that's where dr. kaitlin bernard steps in. since indiana had yet to change their abortion laws, the girl could still end her pregnancy if she crossed state lines. her doctor got in contact with bernard and the 10-year-old was apparently driven across state lines and her pregnancy was ended by bernard in indiana.
the story quickly took hold all across the globe. headlines, home and abroad highlighted the tragic situation occurring and it wasn't long before it became the focus of cable news. >> it is hard to imagine anything more cruel, more disturbing than forcing a child, a 10-year-old still playing with fidget toys and tablets to carry her father or her brother's child to term. or forcing her to travel across state lines for an abortion. and, yet, here we are. >> ohio, as outlined abortion after six weeks. so the child will now have to travel to indiana to get the procedure. and in this case is putting a spotlight on america post roe v. wade. >> a 10-year-old rape victim. that is a child. >> jesse: once the media ran with it became a central park of the west wing's talking point. >> this isn't some imagined horror. it's already happening. just last week it was reported that a 10-year-old girl was a
rape victim, 10 years old. and she was forced to have to travel out of the state to indiana to seek to terminate the presidency and maybe save her life. imagine being that little girl. i'm serious just imagine being that little girl. 10 years old. >> we have heard recent examples of what this means for a girl as young as 10 years old who endured an act of violence. back to the point of the 10-year-old girl that we have been hearing so much about, we have, i believe, 12 states in our country that right now will not even allow an exception in their manner of book, will not allow exception for rape. >> the media shoved this story in the faces of pro-life republican governors. >> the indianapolis star is reporting that a 10-year-old girl in ohio who was six weeks and three days pregnant now has to travel across state lines to
indiana to receive an abortion. >> will the state of south dakota going forward force a 10-year-old in that very same situation to have a baby? >> what's incredible that nobody is talking about the pervert, horrible and deranged individual that raped a 10-year-old. >> should she have. >> a child should she have to have -- every single life is precious. >> you would be okay with that a 10-year-old girl having to have a baby. >> no. i'm never okay with that in fact, that story will keep me up at night. it absolutely will. >> jesse: obviously this is a heart breaking story. and governor noem touches on a pretty good point. why isn't anybody talking about bringing the child rapist to justice? so "primetime" decided to investigate this alleged child rape. but we quickly found out that authorities in ohio haven't even begun a criminal investigation into the rape. this doesn't make any sense. no one reported this child rape to law enforcement? "the washington post" agreed
with us and is digging into this, too. quote, under ohio law a physician, as mandated under hoiction 2151.421 would be required to report any case of known or suspected physical, sexual or emotional abuse or neglect of a child to their local child welfare or law enforcement agency. but we haven't found any evidence that this child rape was reported to law enforcement or any child welfare system. and neither has "the washington post." and "primetime" called ohio governor mike dewine's office and they couldn't find any evidence of investigation or charges being filed anywhere in their state. so we followed up with the state attorney general's office and they, too, have yet to find any record on the matter. and we'll talk to the a.g. about this shortly. then we called all of the abortion clinics in ohio to see if they filed a police report about a 10-year-old being raped.
none of the abortion providers in ohio could provide any useful information. you would think the story of a sexual abuser roaming free assaulting 10-year-olds would raise quite a few concerns in small town ohio but no one seems to be doing anything about it. no one even knows anything about it. local media outlets aren't even alerting the public there is a monster on the loose. and from what we can find, no local newspaper or tv station picked up the story. the only source for this entire story is dr. kaitlin bernard. the abortion doctor in indiana. bernard ran quickly to the cameras last week. >> you have a 10-year-old rape victim who cannot get these services anymore in ohio. what does it feel like on your end of that phone call? >> it's incredibly difficult. we need to be able to provide this care for everyone.
for every single person that we get a call about from any state, how long do we have to push it and how close we are going to get to the brink of death for patients needing abortion care. >> and how practical is a 6 week window for people? >> there is no way that you can expect anyone, much less a young person to be able to identify and get to care by six weeks. >> jesse: this is nothing new for bernard. she has been a press darling. never shied away from a story on abortion. or quotes on the subject appearing in the "new york times," pbs, politico over the last couple of years. but suddenly dr. bernard doesn't want to talk to the press. comment told us, quote: i have no information to share about this. and this isn't a partisan thing? "the washington post" also reached out to her for comment. and she said the exact same thing. she has nothing more to share. now, indiana law also requires
someone like dr. bernard to report child rape to law enforcement but we can't find any evidence that she did that there. in fact, bernard has a history of not reporting abuse caves to the police, which we'll discuss later. so we're having no luck confirming this story. so how did the indianapolis star confirm the story? well, "the washington post" says the reporting looks very suspect, quote: there is no indication that the newspaper made other attempts to confirm her account. the stories lead reporter charry did not respond to a query asking whether additional sourcing was obtained. so the indianapolis star released one of the most viral stories of the summer, a story that's been seized on by the president of the united states, and now they are running and hiding. when "primetime" pressed the star and their executive editor bro krift. they basically said this they
told us, quote: the facts and sourcing about people crossing state lines into indiana, including the 10-year-old girl for abortions are clear. we have no additional comment at this time. the facts and sourcing aren't clear at all, which is odd. because the star's publisher has a code of ethics which states this: we'll explain to audiences our journalistic processes to promote transparency and engagement. we will use controversial sources at sole basis only as a last resort and procedures that best serve the public's right to know. the newspaper run by bro is violating their own coy of ethics by hiding under their guest and clamming up. the indianapolis star has actually been accused of inaccurate reporting before. just last month caught falsely reported the two ceos had signed a letter supporting abortion rights. when the two executives did not.
and they had to issue a correction. our buddy bro actually ishz a correction for reporting that happened over. the newspaper, their editor and their reporter have all gone dark. is that the kind of behavior of people who stand by their reporting? and what about the abortion doctor, kaitlin bernard and what about the fact that they are is not a single police report are you telling me no one is trying to arrest a in ohio. i know ohio. they don't tolerate that there. where do we stand? if there is a 10-year-old child abuser out there on the streets of ohio. he needs to be brought to justice. covering up child rape, they need to be prosecuted. but if this horrific story isn't accurate, and the abortion doctor and the indianapolis star are misleading us, and the mainstream media and the
president of the united states seizing on another hoax, then this is absolutely shameful. and fates pretty dangerous pattern of politically timed disinformation. meghan fox is an investigative journalist and joins me now. so, meghan, you have been looking into this story as have we, as have "the washington post." what jumps out to you here? >> well, the very first thing that jumped out to me was the idea that the 10-year-old was six weeks and exactly three days over the limit. when you look up the law in ohio, jesse, there is no six week limit. it's a heartbeat bill. and the law does not say anything about a certain number of weeks. there are also exceptions. so this -- they could have called an ohio legislator to talk to them about this law. to find out, you know, what exactly it means. but the indianapolis star did not do that. and it also bothered me that they would not respond to my
request for comment as well. it also bothered me that dr. kaitlin bernard appears to be an abortion activist as well as an abortionist who never fails to talk to media when her abortion business is in danger of being restricted by legislators. >> jesse: so you are saying that the law on the books in ohio isn't even about six weeks? it's about a heart beat? >> yeah. i couldn't find any law in ohio that said there is a six-week restriction, correct me if i am wrong, but every law i have looked into in ohio is about a heart beat. i haven't found anything with six weeks in it. >> jesse: what else strikes you as suspicious? is it the journalist herself that doesn't want to talk about this? i mean, this is -- you win prizes over reporting like this. this is a major story that the president talked about, the vice president. this was used politically. this kind of made everybody's
heart break in the country when they heard about this. and now you don't want to talk about the biggest story your paper may have already ever published? >> yeah. that's a huge red flag. look, i detailed 10 red flags about this story in a tweet and then i reported it on pg media.com. and no one has responded. no one has called me to say you're wrong. this story is corroborated. there is a police report. i have foias out at several different government organizations in ohio and indiana looking for the report. dr. kaitlin bernard, like you said, is a mandated reporter. she has to report child rape. this is a horrific story being used to divide americans, being used to outrage people. being used as a political weapon. and that was one of the main red flags to me, jesse, was when they do that with a story, you know that they have another agenda. >> jesse: yeah.
meg gab, thank you so much for your reporting. it's very, very important. >> thank you. >> jesse: so how does ohio investigating the claim that a 10-year-old girl was raped? are we looking for the rapist on the loose? let's turn to ohio attorney general dave yost. so, dave, have you had anybody come to you in your state to say we're looking into this police report was filed? >> not a whisper and we work closely with the centralized law enforcement system in ohio. we have regular contact with prosecutors and local police and sheriffs not a whisper anywhere. something even more telling, jesse, is my office runs the state crime lab, any case like this you are going to have a rape kit, you are going to have biological evidence, and you would be looking for d.n.a. analysis, which we do most of the d.n.a. analysis in ohio there is no case request for
analysis that looks anything like this. >> yeah. if it's a family member, then it's even an easier way to find father, uncle, grandfather, anything, and you get the guy's nay and you lock him up. it's also a crime to hide child rape, isn't it against the law if you have a 10-year-old girl come in obviously she is not of the age of consent. they have to report that to law enforcement and if they don't, that abortion doctor or any doctor should be prosecuted in your state. correct? >> that's correct. now, the doctor in indiana isn't in our jurisdiction, obviously. we don't know who the originating doctor in ohio was. if they even exist. but the bottom line is it is a crime. if you are a mandated reporter to fail to report.
it's also the fact that in ohio the rape of a 10-year-old means life in prison. i know our prosecutors and cops in this state. there is not one of them that wouldn't be turning over every rock in their jurisdiction if they had the slightest hint that this had occurred there. >> jesse: they would be licking their chops to lock up some sicko like that. we hope this is a hoax. because that means the 10-year-old girl was not raped and impregnated by anybody. and. >> speaking of hoaxes though, can i correct something that everybody is reporting wrong nationally. >> jesse: sure. >> ohio's heart beat law has a medical emergency exception. broader than just the life of the mother. she -- this young girl, if she exists and if this horrible thing actually happened to her, breaks my heart to think about it. she did not have to leave ohio to find treatment.
>> jesse: it's amazing. the more you learn about this, the more unbelievable it becomes. dave, thank you so much for joining us. keep us posted if you learn anything. >> you bet. >> jesse: will hunter biden get hit with sex trafficking charges? a bombshell report has the goods. and later, what is new yorkers fear the most? i'm afraid of my mom. if you don't do what she says. she has powers. made my joints stiff, swollen, painful. emerge tremfyant®. tremfya® is approved to help reduce joint symptoms in adults with active psoriatic arthritis. some patients even felt less fatigued. serious allergic reactions may occur. tremfya® may increase your risk of infections and lower your ability to fight them. tell your doctor if you have an infection or symptoms or if you had a vaccine or plan to. emerge tremfyant® with tremfya®. ask you doctor about tremfya® today.
hundreds of miles to his hotel this happened during a 5 month $30,000 sex binge where hunter wrote false checks disguised as medical payments to pay for prostitutes. some financed by his father joe. back in 2018 while hunter was pay nag swanky $700 a night room in new york. he was looking for a good time so he hit up go to supplier to see what girls were available. moments later hunter is buying three tickets for prostitutes on amtrak. ironically the same rail line his father rode to work on. the girls sent videos of themselves on the train to hunter to let him know they are on the way. and once they arrived there, there was an orgy which hunter filmed. of course, because there isn't a crime hunter hasn't filmed. so by paying to transport escorts from boston to new york. hunter may have violated the man act which makes it a felony to transport individuals for the purpose of prostitution.
r. kelly was actually convicted of violating the man act but then again r. kelly isn't the president's son. >> i'm fighting for my [bleep] life you are [bleep] >> jesse: this all comes as hackers claim they pen freighted into hunter's iphone they released all sorts of stuff over the internet this weekend. "primetime" isn't legally able to broadcast material like this at the time. what we have seen so far is disturbing and involved very personal financial and family information. our president is open to the kind of blackmail that could put our whole country at risk. what we can show you this unreleased video though. it's 2.06. >> 2.07. without the bag.
>> how long. >> jesse: this is interesting. because taking down crack users used to be joe biden's number one priority. >> if you have a piece of crack cocaine, no bigger than this quarter, that i'm holding in my hand, one quarter of one dollar, we passed a law leadership of senator thurman and myself and others, a law that says you're caught with that you go to jail for five years. you get no probation, you get nothing other than five years in jail. judge doesn't have a choice. >> jesse: with all of this floating around, why does the cia even allow hunter biden at the white house? well, probably for the same reason the cia covered up the laptop as russian disinformation in order to rig the election. dana loesch is nationally syndicated radio show host and
substack columnist. probably the most open and shut case on hunter we have so far. you have the checks you have the filming of the video on the train and then you have the orgy that was also filmed. i didn't go to law school i could prosecute that case. >> i identify as a lawyer and as biologist, jesse. good to be with you. i appreciate. i need eye bleach for everything that's out there. >> jesse: sorry. >> can i say that for chan is actually doing -- i can't believe this is a sentence i'm saying for chan doing what journalists don't. for chan is providing a more valuable service to the public right now than our legacy press which is pretty shocking. but you are right. the man act though, here is the thing. there is two words, hunter biden, that's his name. this is the same guy who lied 4473 the same guy who's
sister-in-law and lover deposited by deposited threw away his pistol she took unsecured in his truck. threw in a trash can literally across the street from a school whether or not that violated the national gun free school zones act i mean i'm not quite sure. could be. apparently nothing happened with that. in fact, mr. have allegations that the secret service, jesse, even worked to kind of help silence that and maybe cover it up a little bit. the fbi has been sitting on all of this stuff with his laptop. it's people can actually get into his icloud account and get this information, jesse. imagine what isn't out there. for the man act violation, r. kelly had other charges along with it typically from everything i read on it it's not usually that act alone being violated that results in some kind of prosecution and/or penalty, but he is under investigation for a lot of other stuff so we will see. >> jesse: he is under investigation for a lot of other stuff and this just adds to the tally. >> he is the smartest guy joe knows. >> jesse: and he respects escorts more than anybody as well. and i'm sorry for.
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always painful. hurts the worst when you are sold out by someone you love. >> i didn't know it was you alfredo. you broke my heart. you broke my heart. >> jesse: that's what's happening to joe biden. the media that loved him propped him up and covered for him for 2020 all methodically now stabbing him in the back. we will start with nbc. >> some democrats who did vote in 2020 are from us astronauted
with the administration's failure to push their agenda pass the big ticket legislation and biden's own reluctance or ability to use the bully pulpit to change people's minds. job approval fuels others including trump at this point in the cycle. afghanistan withdrawal. failure to stem rising cost. failure to pass voting rights legislation and failure to substantially address climate change or immigration challenges. >> jesse: we thought losing debra messing wasas bad. the media dragged joe across the finish line less than two years ago, so why are they already dropping him like yesterday's paper? maybe they finally realized what the rest of us knew from day one. the guy is shot. but don't take my word for it here is mayor pete. >> i'm told senator lindsey graham is talking with colleagues about potentially raising that retirement age for commercial pilots to 67. would you support that? >> look, these retirement ages
are there for a reason and the even is safety. i'm not going to be on board with anything that could compromise safety. now, what's clearly the case is we need to cultivate, train, and support a new generation of qualified pilots. >> jesse: substitute the word pilot for president. if pete thinks 67 is too old to fly a plane safely why is he cool with the 79-year-old running the country? but the deepest cut came from the "new york times." the gray lady went full brutus on biden. shanking him repeatedly like lines like this. during his european trip last month, foreign leaders followed his lead while protectively treating him like a distinguished elderly relative. how inspiring. what about this? aides acknowledge mr. biden looks older than just a few years ago. a political liability that cannot be solved by traditional white house strategy like staff shakeup or comu communication plan. his energy level while impressive for a man of his age
is not what it was and some aides quietly watch out for him. he often shuffles when he walks and aides worry he will trip on a wire. he stumbles over words in public events and they hold their breath to see if he makes it to the end without a gaffe. did dan bongino write that? i mean, this is brutal. but not as brutal as this poll. the "new york times" poll has the big guy's approval at 33%. and just 26% of democrats want him to run again. but kamala knows she is anchored to this sinking ship but she is going full steam ahead anyway for now. >> listen to president biden, he intends to run and if he does, i intend to run with him. [laughter] so there you go. >> jesse: behind the laughter is this stark relation that she knows she is never going to be elected president because she can barely talk. >> i do believe that we should
have rightly believed but we certainly believe that certain issues are just settled. certain issues are just settled. >> clearly were not. >> no. that's right. and that's why i do believe that we're living, sadly in, um, real unsettled time. there is another example of this point voting rights. we thought that was settled. we thought that was settled at least by law in the 60's. we look now at the issue of choice. we thought that was settled. >> jesse: do you know what is not settled? the growing number of democrats eyeing the white house. the media is already gushing over some of these younger, sharper guys like gavin newsom. if you thought biden had a bunch of knives in his back, just wait until after the midterms. lauren boebert is a colorado congresswoman and author of the new book "my american life. all right. so congresswoman, i think when the "times" saw joe just kind of shrug and fly to delaware after the roe thing came down, they wanted him to perform an
abortion on the white house lawn. that's the kind of action emotion they expected from the president and he didn't deliver. so they want him out. >> they do want him out because he is even unproductive toward them. i think he is under more water than a submarine on this point. look at 94% of voters in joe biden's party. from ages 18 to 29. do not approve of joe biden. i think they approve more of my space and plastic straws at this point. if joe biden has lost more than his marbles. he has lost his party. and americans see that he is absolutely unfit to hold this office. whether it be a fake white house set or not, he is unfit to be there. and i think the only person that is more unfit than joe biden is these spread eagle parmesan king himself hunter biden. what do we have next? cackling kamala? lining up after him? this is absolutely absurd. people are fleeing the democrat
party because they do not have leadership. and, in fact, jesse, in my book "my american life" it tells how i fled the democrat party because their policies do not work and they do not have leadership. >> jesse: wait a second. are you saying lauren boebert used to be a democrat? >> i was raised in a democrat household. >> jesse: so was i. >> yes. >> jesse: then we saw the light. >> that's right. i was stuck in those policies. it's really a cycle of poverty and they get you in and so difficult to get out. i have stood in line for government cheese and bread. and when i started working, i realized i could do a better job taking care of myself than government ever did. >> jesse: you stood in line for government cheese. >> i sure did. >> jesse: what kind of cheese is it. >> it's like velvet that it's not. it's not. >> jesse: you have come a long way. not parmesan. >> i get the gouda now. >> jesse: congresswoman lauren boebert "my american life" on sale tomorrow. go check it out. >> thanks, jesse.
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♪ ♪ >> jesse: good things must always come to an end. sometimes it's sad but we have all been there. maybe you just had a long weekend get away with the family. it was well-deserved but you know come monday time to get back to reality. and if you're nancy pelosi. you are just coming off a beautiful two-week stay in italy. where she left behind all of her worries at home and got to finally enjoy some quality time with the girls. kicking back at a swanky and very expensive seaside resort observed by the legendary an andrea bocelli. fun fact we hear his wine is pretty good. we imagine nancy had a few glasses on him. no one loves wine more than paulie p. who seems to have been in the dog house all vacation long. while nancy was enjoying the time of her life, papa pally
barely left the hotel. let's face it they are in italy. italians have had a weakness in her husband's wandering eye. nancy of all people would know or maybe paulie p. is still on time-out for getting drunk and totally the porsche. nerves are obviously still kicking in for the pelosis. they may have the d.a. and california highway patrol in their pocket. pelosi's knows "primetime" is still searching for the truth. pauly's bribe tips aren't going to bribe us. attorney brian claypool is filing a motion in court for the napa county d.a. and highway patrol to officially release all footage from the night of pappa paulie's accident. we have been fighting for it for weeks. now it's officially going to be in the hands of the court. the d.a. will either have to
release it or explain under oath why she has been covering this up. the whole time. so, welcome honestly paul and nancy. hope you enjoy court as much as those beautiful italian beaches. brian claypool is a criminal defense lawyer and he joins us with more. all right, brian, thanks, first of all, for your hard work and filing this motion for us. what should we expect in terms of next steps? >> yeah, jesse, great to be back with you. and who knows? maybe bocelli was serving that wine on may 28th at that party that paul was at. right? look, we are filing a motion because our legal system and, by the way, i applaud fox, your show, your viewers, and this is bigger than even your viewers, viewers on cnn and msnbc, they should be joining the parade, too. why? because this motion and what you are trying to accomplish is about one thing. equal and fair justice for all.
not some preferential treatment for high powered democrats who live in napa valley. that's what this is really about. to break it all down for your viewers in a nutshell, we are filing a motion to ask the court to force chp and force napa d.a. to give us the dash cam footage. give us the chp report. by the way, the burden is on them to show the court why they should not. they have been flipping you off. they have been flipping me off. i sent them a letter saying hey, let's work this out. here is why you should give it to us. they just ignore us. guess what? when the pelosis get back in town in the court is going to have the motion and then the da and the chp is going to have to meet me in court sometime in about 45 days. >> jesse: all right. i guess he has to be in court august 3rd. so, he might get arraigned and we'll still, no matter what happens to him, i believe, still
get this footage because there is no way they can hide it. legally. i don't care what they try to say. they can't hide it. so it's basically a waiting game now. is it not? >> yeah, that's a great point. let me address that for your viewers. the chp the napa d.a., these laws by the way, the privacy act, the public record acts to get the document they exist everywhere. you can't just say i'm not giving you those documents. there has to be a specific emtion under what's called the california government code that allows you to not give it jesse, there is 17 of those and guess what exceptions for dash cam footage and zero exemptions for the chp report. let's see what they come up with. yes, there will be hearing on august 3rd. the napa d.a. coming out with this press release, oh, we need to protect, you know, the
privacy of mr. pelosi, we need to preserve a fair trial, that's a bunch of garbage. why? because 99.9%, jesse, of misdemeanor dui cases are pled out. they are settled out of court. there is never a jury trial. so they are trying to bury this. they will settle the case with pelosi and hope that you, fox, and the world doesn't get that footage. >> jesse: yeah, we are going to get it unless she has the judge in her back pocket, too. which is possible. you never know. all right, brian, thanks again as always, you are doing great work for us and for the entire country coming. we find out what new yorkers. >> are you scared of global warming? >> to be honest with you, no. i like it warm.
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>> recommendation of the weekend, i read this book, it's by nelson demello, my favorite authors. it's not even out yet. i got an advanced copy. you can probably order it on amazon. let's do some text messages. allison from new york. "jessie, great job to you and your team on that insane opening, great work." >> my team did great work over the weekend. just in from california. "vitamin is a real-life nigerian prince: give him money to help a family member, and later, he makes you rich." [20 from louisiana. "why are climate fanatics gluing themselves to john kerry's jet?" that's a great point. what do they call it, the flying
squirrel? that we would definitely show on tv. the courts just finished reading your book a couple weeks ago, i loved it. truly a great read. too bad bided can't save the world and never will." what took you so long to read my book? [laughter] tucker is next. i'm jesse watters, and this is my >> secretary jean-pierre: ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." we told you this friday night, and over the weekend, we give you some context. last center, a group of american intelligence -- report on covid. they concluded that the current virus may very well have