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letting me sit in this chair. remember, you can catch me on get tammy bruce on foxx nationta. you can also read my column at emac, start us this amazing u.s. and you can find me at tammy bruce. dot locals, .com. a the ingram angle is up next. have a wonderful weekend. sean will be back on monday. see you later, everyone. i'm laura ingraham and this is ingram angle from washington tonight. americans recoil as dems sell perversion. >> that's the focus of tonight's angle o. ne >> trans youth are vulnerable who really want to to to debase our treatment and to affirmt and to support and empower these youth not to limit their participation in activities and sports and evenio a limit their ability to get gender affirmation treatment in their state. no, it'snat not halloween.
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it's o the by the administration's version of normalal. as inflation continues to tearud through household budgetsgein and weaken america, they trot out rachel levine from hhshs to promote dangerous hormone blockers and life altering trans l surgery for minors. this is sick adults preying on our children under the guise of providing health care,ic claiming that anyone who criticizes their tacticth and their goals is bigoted or intolerant. and their twisted forces that are backing them. yeah, their well funded t and they're fanning out across america in new york ,y the homosexual deviants drug story, our dsh nyc, it's a taxpayer funded nonprofit, puts on shows for children as young as three and one of its more prominent performers has social media accounts filled with and othertst. explicit content all over her w face.
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who also goes by , angel is aware, is one of the talents listed on the dsh website. the organization sanitizedrgan bio of her face describes him king and a former daycare teacher who has a passion for workingt with children, especially what it means to be and trans, the education of that. but and one video posted on a social media profile shows her face pretending to stab his while wearingng a chest binder.i okay,a. but don't worry, he waro his followers to notwe bind longer than six to eight hoursaf and urges them to be safe. of course, lefty lawmakers, gare they defend this garbage, agclaiming at this drag queen group dsh is an opportunity for children as young as three to engage and play of gender fluidity in childhood and also helps them learn about love in a safe space and just p
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down i-95 inen harrisburg, pennsylvania, a pride eventt l last week included drag queens encouraging kids to pole dance, even allowing them to take t a twirl. here's the woman behind posting and defending it is appropriate for all ages. could you imagine askingfo a social worker if it wasr appropriate for a child to do pole fitness when every playground in this country has a firearm pull on it? you'dy probably get laughed at.t yeah, while most were rightlyem horrified by the if not pennsylvania's democratic governor tom wolfe. fact, he sent a letter thato said how honored he was to support the event. remember,ne he's going to give s rachel levine and across the country in washington statee ,we found perhaps the most maddening story of the week on 80 year old grandmother was banned there from her ymca
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after demanding thatca a biological male leave a woman's locker room where little girls were undressing. addressing the port townsend city council last monday. here's how julie jamen, who's the band's senior citizen, described it happened in an effort by the city and the ymca to apply the new cultural r gender rules at mountain dew. coolol dressing, shower room facilities, women and children are being put at risk. my experience while showering after my swim was hearing a a man's voice in the women's dressing area and seeing a man in a women's swimsuit watching t little girls pulled down their bathing suits in order to use the toilets in the dressing room. i reacted by telling him to leave and the consequences that i have been banned from the poolth. the wife has not provided any dressing room options for women who do not want to be exposed to men who identify as women.
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it is unconscionable thathe the ymca would instigate thesese new policies without clearlyin informing pool patronsg and parents. okay, first of all, that granny rock . but when pressed port townsend ,washington police said that mr. mrs. jamen had an emotional response to a strange male being in the bathroom and helping a young girlng takeo off herff bathing well,. i should hopeho the response of that would be emotional. so, so much for liberals, by the way, wanting women's feelings like mrs. gaiman's feelings respected, i guess only certain type of women, a certain liberal women. they get respect. ag and oncein again, the left is encouraging this insanity. te biden's expansion of the categories of people protected under title i nine requires now that men whode identify as women be allowed full access to the women and girls restroom locker rooms2 ,including the locker rooms of k through 12 facilitieshe and otherr higher ed facilities.
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so what does that mean for the 80 year old grandmother you just saw who is obviously in good faith acting in the best interest of that little girl? well, at best she's going to be persona non grata among the elites at worst should ghobably be sued civilly and could even be subject tots a federal civil rights investigation. i put anything past merrick garland these dayshe, but lookig at all this, what's amazing is that democrats actually think this plays t on the coast, that this helps them electorally just because i their leaders are happy toer promote this freakish, dangerous behaviorouavio, it certainly doesn't mean the rests of the voters are in l smart governors like rhonda santurce in florida. they're fighting back at every turn for our kids, their innocence and the that made americame great. and that's the anglele and switching gears to another travesty supported by this biden white house, the gutting
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of our domestic energy production. take a case of the gas firedne power plant that was planned too open superior wisconsin. the 700 million dollarap project was approved by the regulators and the courts in both minnesota and wisconsin. ifas that wasn't good enough for biden's epan' after a letter writing campaign fromin the enviro craziescamp, includi, the sierra club, they decided . block the proposal t this is at the eleventh hour claiming that it didn't adequately evaluate carbon dioxide emissions. of course, they were evaluatednt . nory doubt other projects around the country are going to soon find in themselves in the same crosshairs. and if w they thought there was some sanity in a senate, think again. as we told you last w night,e le moderate kirsten sinema caved and wass out last night with a statement praising the democrats tax and spend bill as one that's going to boost our clean energy economy
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. biden popped out of hiso quarantine today looking very w top gun to tell us what that might look like. make historic investments in clean energy, clean energy security, the security of the countries, the state. es we're going to save american families hundreds of dollars a year from paying their energy bills by allowing them to have money towi invest, by getting put ing them to new windows and doors and solar panels. >> joining me now is ari fleischer, former white house press secretary, author of suppression deception, snobbery and bias why the press got so much wrong, as well as jason chaffetz, formerr house oversight committee chair, and sean duffy, former . sconsin congressman all three fox news contributors . mr. duffy, i want to start with you because obviously wisconsin would have benefited greatly from this power plant. the evaluations were complex and incredibly thorough.
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look, democrats, republicans looking at this whole plan foror this plant. the federal government comes in just says, no, this this isn't working. your reaction to this? yeah, this is outrageous. yours?number one , this is not h area. the size of wisconsinic was in my old district in an area for 40 , 50 years. northern wisconsin waslu alle.ta blue norther. minnesota was all blue .. hard corest is now red because of crazy policies like this that come from democrats. laura , it gets coldno in northern wisconsin. it gets to be 30 below. weel need reliable, cheap energa to make sure we can heat our homes. and what's outrageous about what the epaoi is doing is the fact that this p power plant is going to help mothball coal burning power plants for this natural gas burning power pla plant, which means theree will be less co2 a in the atmosphere and the liberals are fighting to again mothball it. this plant and this is the problem in governmentnt. you to like donald trump, people like george bush, you can elect jason chaffetz. but unless you get rid ofth
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the federal unions, the deep state at the epa, you can never change policy. donald trump couldn't get rid of the radicalss, the epa. so if any republican is again elected to do what scott walker did in wisconsin, eradicate the union square all 40 year employees at the epa bringre inh freshav blood and you won't hav, these problems. but as long as you keep these radicals employed, you can never change course. they'll take out existing nuclear plants, the coal p plants, gas plants. they'll takela out o wealth. f they want toed get rid offf everything. so we're all reliant on the federal government. w can't afford food, gas, oil. t and soo those are the government actually subsidize these costs for us , which means we're not independent, we're not free . wewe>> rely on them. it's insane. o all right. they had jumped through all these hoops for this. and i'm using this just as any' example of what they're capablee of. this would have reduced strain on the grid. this would have reduced carbon dioxide emissions the way this plant is set up. it's actually brilliantt. i read about it because i was
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just in minnesota for eight days, so i read the whole thing. it's stunning. and then these activists come in and they roll right through. ari, if a republican gets elected to shawn's point, there has to be a full reform of the civil service. this is craziness.s. yeah, i don't object to that atd all.on tru on the civil service, people thought donald trump. oh, my god. schedule f is the way you doap this and people are having vapors. it's actually true. iter is meaningful civil service reform if you get out w the partizans. but a couple of points here. let'sit joe start with joe bides tape that you just rolled.e one , he's a real hard time. put in one sentence next to another sentence. the man is getting worse, too. hehe said that energy prices are going to go down as a result ofc this. energy prices are going tore g w go upe' because we are drivings fossil fuels, which are the cheaper fuels out of t business. that's ifhr the democrats get their way through massive subsidies to corporations thatth make green energy that alwaysat
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drives the price up. and a final point is none of this is going to work. if you think the federal government can spend money and make us green or fix our energy issues, it is totally the wrong approach for the federal government toer e'take. cr butat there's a final point her. democrats of party unity and that's why they're going to be able to pass this because senator krysten sinema of arizona is onoard board and that is a lesson to republicans. party unity is important and the democrats figure it out at least here, how to stop g arguing and get something done. republicans could learn that lesson, too. now, i'll say and jason, despite everything we've laid out here, wonderboy buta gege, you know, they think he's a f hopeful for 2020 four. e he's still blaming everyone but the administration. check it out. wet continue to see shockwaves disrupting every part ofec our economy from the pandemic and from the other geopolitical and economic things that are taking place. we're just keeping our headstm down and doing the worken in
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my department. that means making it easier to afford these other things that help protect americans from the effects of these ups and downs in the oil markets. is is purposeful sabotage . yeah, he was keeping his head down, taking a napap while he's on maternity leave. 'tthat's where he is at least as if putin's fault. this was a absolutely self-inflicted pain to the american people. the democratsav have unified, as ari said and said, we're r f going to get rid of fossil fuels. every bit i of energy is going t increase eveno if it's going to be cleaner for the environment like this plant in wisconsin, which was going to save, i think, reduce the emissions by aboutut a million tons over over a significant period of time. they don't want nuclear. they don't want anything. i'm all of the above energyth guy. i think that's the way to doisin this. is dbut this administration, they're going to do exactlyry what they said, get rid of every bit of petroleum. everybody's going to pay the price. we can'te. i afford it. panel, great to see all of you.
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thank you. and the a good news is that many republicans in states across the country aren't taking this lyinghium down. g now,en as we've documented on the angle, attorneys general and state treasurers are endingr or curbing state contractsbi with financial institutions who engage in what we described. a couple of months ago as the scam. now, of course, the new timesee sees this activism by theov governors and the attorney general as wrongheaded, as dangerous. writing a piece today titled o how republicans are weaponizesff public office against climatega action, a times investigationti revealed a coordinated effort to use government muscle and public funds tofuyi punish companies trying to reduce greenhouse gases. joining mee now, i guess could be one of them, eric schmitt, missouri attorney general. and congratulations, eric . you just won the big senate a primary for the gop in missouri. so you have a busy fall ahead, but you've taken on so many of these companies, including just
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this week, this probe you announced against morningstar, the rating agency. why are these moves soo t important? atchfor the folks out there watching who don't know what esg even meansns>>? well, because it's all about power and control. is i mean, this kind of radical climate alarm alarmism that has been weaponizes whether by agencies or these companies that are pushing esg reallyfa hurts middle class american families. and your previous segmentourrev you're talking about how expensive it is now for people to, you know, atats the pump or at the grocery store. this is directly because of joe biden's administration, im their war on american energy. and meanwhile, you've got him going to saudi a arabiagi and begging for oil, sending strategic petroleum reserves to china. dm this stuff is nuts. people ins this country want to be energy independent. it's a national security issue. it's a supply issue that will lower the costs. and so the new york times canfo complain all they want. but this is federalism. system that our founders set up to makese sure we could push back against these agents in these branches
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of government that are tryingg to seizewe more andi more power and control. and we've got took push back . and i think that's what'ss on the line here. and youth look and see what'sun happening in washington.da laura , the democrats are two votes away from f fundamentally changing this country forever, federalizing our elections, adding states , the union, you know, packing the united states supreme court. they are playing for keeps whica and we have tons push back with everything. we've got to save this country. the republicans and play along the edges and democrats go for the jugular. now reutersw, r is reporting ths morning star chief executive capersai said in a statement, sustainability introduces new choices for investorses. morningstar provides the data and the insights to help investors of all typeses weigh those choices and their decision making. mr. attorney general, what are the objective metrics? and isn't it the case that corporations are supposed to return the most value for b shareholders? so isn't that what their job is supposed to be ? not this phony baloney stuff they're doing on the environment and equity. that's absolutely because that
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is you know, you look at state pensions, for example, they're supposed know those fiduciary are supposed to get the best return, noth a supply. et they're they're woke ideologiesp and try to make themselves feel good by virtue signaling. and so we've got to get to the bottom of it's why we'veur investigation. that's why you see so many states being active in this because this is the kindd of, you know, aggressive actions that the left has taken now because they want their way and they don't care what the american people think. and it's up to us to pututys a p to it and i think this playst' out on a whole number of fronts. esg it's whysw, missouri wasor the first state to sue osha for the vaccine. this was an agency created toe make sure forklifts beep when they back up right f. or and they were going to forceca a medical procedure on eighty . llion americans and so if the left of the democrats can weaponizes these agencies, the administer of statee to do things that the article one branch congress would never doin, it is up to us to push back and we've got to make sure we've gotnt reinforcements in washington y come twenty , twenty three . and i thinkou that's why i'm vey
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excited to be in the senate to help lead that charge there as well. dwell, your opponent on the democrat side in the senate race pretty bushdi valentine has something on her website. she says we need to translate transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources like the solar power and her own ranch in missouri uses. e well,as it's easy for her to sa, has all thate she anheuser-busch money. right. that's a lot of dough, i guess. the solar wind. well, look, i . i set said i said in my acceptance speech i grew up in a working class neighborhood actually grant's farm in the summer when i was inng college giving tours and taking outts the trash, which is wheren she grew up. and we did more of that in washington. so i don't'ti come from billion. i come from bridgestone, which is my hometown, and we're going to fight for working class families. and i think you're going tos see that as a stark contrast. contrast this race, somebodyy who's completely out of touch with missourians versus somebody that's actually led the fight on their behalf against these powerful interestsso. s and i'm not going to stop when
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i get to the senate. mr. attorney general , blue collar power. i love it. b pow thanks so much and congratulations. now, whyng nancy pelosi and chuk schumer are hiring a special prosecutor for the capitol police. what's that all about? is it even constitutional? i'll give you answers in a moment. plus, why are marines now t having to waste time learning about what the biden dod classifies as misinforms in the media? lieutenant colonel , to c shelters here and the true ere motivation behind that push. >> stay there. stunt work, meet salters later . you hear this? thankfully not important. help reduce background noise or a late model to low life would seem far out. and tamsen zoom to w keep you in frame look so the whole sceneo stays on track. purtle the smart video calling
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health issues call liberty legal. now do see if you're eligible eight hundred eight two three zero three zero eight now she's gotten some positive reviews for her taiwan trip. back home. speaker pelosi, it's up to herro old tricks now. she alonghe with senator schume, appear to be building their own army of federal prosecutors inside the u.s. capitol police force in a job posting first identified by my next guest, pelosi and schumer are looking to hire an attorney for the u.s. capitol police to workc hand in hand with the d.c. d.a. . now, the posting notes that the position is primarily prosecuting individuals and or groups who've engaged in threat ,engage in threats and or acts of violence against members of congress. their staffsff,ol, capitol polie employees, et cetera. here now is the man who identified this, mike davis, president of the article three project.
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now,no mike , what's going on here? and is this even constitutional for you? this is nottitu constitutional t we have here or federal prosecutors. assistant united states attorney, the special assistant united states attorneys reporting to the united states capitol police, the united states capitol police are controlled of speaker nancy pelosi and chuck schumer. so we have a clear separationf of powers problem here whereha these prosecutors are workingt for the legislative branch when they can't do that under our constitution. em now,en the capitol police said, mike , in a statement that this did not come from any member of congress to includede any congressional leaders hiring a special assistant u.s. attorney will give the department a prosecutor who works for the department of justice, but will also be anor expert in the wayk we work in w the types of unique threat cases we have.
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so what's wrong with that? that's just not believable. ethat congress that t the leadership in congress is unaware of thishi. the house sergeant at arms and the senate sergeant at armsi or appointees of pelosi and schumer and they control the united states capitol police board that appoints the chief of policepp o. it's just not credible. it's notot credible that they're unaware of thisth is this is so unprecedented what they're doing here and it'sus actually dangerous because we've seen with the january six commission work hand in glove with the biden justice department that they have no problemice politicizing the justice department to further the political look after every grandma and goofball who trust passed and took selfies on the senate floor on january 6th. but they won't go afteroo they won't evenr they won't eveo prosecute anyone under 18 uscul fifty seven for harassing and intimidating federal judges, supreme court justicess at and their families in their homes. this is a very d dangerousit precedentut.
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it's unconstitutional and it needs to be shut down. well, speakingg of supreme court justices, we havein some interesting comments made by the whiteg house press secretary this week about the dobs decision hek a from day one when when the supreme court made one extreme decision to take away a constitutional right. it was an unconstitutional, unconstitutional action by a right that was around for r almost 50 years, a right thatt women had to make a decision on their bodies and how they want to start their families. now, mike , what this understand what unconstitutionalunco actually ms here or what?d well, you know, i mean, it's good cheese in addition to be at white house press secretary who is totally not up to the job. she's also a constitutional scholar on tv. soats it's good to hear that she thinks that this is unconstitutional even though the supreme court said it isn't. but it's just part of a pattern
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by the biden administration, including attorney general merrick garland, to have thesech political assaults on a separate branch of government. they want to dot. is januaryy six commission about the protests and riots st in t the capitol. butra at the same time, they are encouraging these deadlyad assaults on the supreme court of the united states , including that including protest, illegal intimidation campaigns that led to an assassinationdati attempt againt justice kavanaugh, his wife ashley and their two daughters . allaura right, mike , thank your great to see you tonight. and if institutional rot sadly extends to our military now and a little noticed piece, the military times writes that inside the marine corpsta newest doctrinal publication is a new initiative is that will attempt to combatba disinformation. that's what's wthey they call it through media literacy. the phrase media literacy appears in that t six times. so in describing this new initiative, lt. gen. matthew glavin said the training would take jan plae
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in a school circle with a squad or platoon of marines followingr an exercise or other m major training. now this f looks like the latest in a move away from, you know, the military's mission toward a political indoctrination. here now as lieutenant colonel stuart sheller, who was discharged after criticizing military leadersti, is alsomm the author of crisis of command. now, stu, how could this f possibly be a new focusoc for w the military when we haveeik actual real problems, recruitment, declining china? obviouslyitua the situation in ukraine seems to be deteriorating and now this is where we're going. laura , thanks for having me back on. it's a weird time in american history. americans are out there seekingh truth and we have elites hiding in antiquated structures, trying to centralize the message. the military is a perfect a example that you just alluded to allllld the things we could k
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about inclusion, extremism, media literacy, everything about war fighting. general bergner also not in that article recently, just revoked the authority of five battalion commanders to manage their own units, socialan media page. i mean, if we can't trust five battalion commander literacy training on the squad level i is not going to do much to help us here. i am not having donean the literacy trainingd and i'm able to do a media interview if i could speak directly to general bergere, i would say general burger, sir, what people need is truthr,, honest assessment, a focus on war fighting. maybe we should write thatt down and make a publication on thatn post to the publication also says that marines need to safeguard their morale and unit cohesion as a navigate today's complex technology and media landscape. itit must be able to recognize the various sources of misinformed and disinformation aimed at them. ed now what falls under the category of disinformation, stu
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, of course, is the real question, right? i mean, a they're worried about, the military after january six because they think there are too many conservatives in the military. so they needed to cha change tht dynamic or scare people away from expressing themselves. that's where this is going. yeah, i would i would ask appli the question, does the disinformation can we say that applies to the afghanistan evacuation? there was noai better examplelu ofr military failure until our senior leaders are entrenched and the success of sc the noncombatant evacuation. right now there a is a struggle and the elite haven't figured out that in this technology era, a battalion commander likes myself can watch real time the mistakes that are being made. the old adage of we knowsn more than you trust us , it and theypply anymorere haven't figured it out. we don't need media literacy training. we need them l to get back to the basics. nd to focus on war fighting and we need leaders with courage l. now, how is this going to affect recruiting which is way down as we documented last week
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on the angle. i mean, they're down tens of t thousands of recruits for the coming year. sixty thousand, i think totalhe fix. the leaderss, fix the culture, all of the problems for themselves. this is not a complicated problemm l. we have weak leaders that lack moral courage. we need a strong secretary offno defensef and we need to clean house of our cowardly leaders. >> bottom line, l lieutenant colonel scheller, it's great to see you as always. thank you. oh, how sad. a super hero meets an untimely end. travelers are caught in a very small world and the celebs summer pushing for president raymond arroyo is here. he has it all friday follies is next. i'm tablets. you might recognize me from my day job, but i've been bagging big game with my dad since i was high .
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house speaker nancy pelosi's trip to taiwan. critics call the move shortsighted and reckless. one philippines official, though, warned the u.s. about continued agitation over taiwan. but secretary state anthony blinken says washington remains committed to avoiding a crisis. indiana passing the country's first bill to restrict abortion access since roe v. wade was overturned. the legislation, which was quickly signed into law by the state's governor , allows exceptions for cases of, and protecting the mother's life. earlier this week, kansas voters rejected a measure that would have allowed similar laws in their state. i'm absolutely strohmeyer. now back to the "ingraham angle". for all of your headlines, log on to fox it's friday and that means it's time for friday. and for that we turn to foxar news contributor raymond arroyo. alall right, raymond, it's hard days for superheros. i understand it is . it's a bird. it's a plane. it's a cancelation.
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laura , that girl, this 100 million dollar film epic, it was scrapped by warner brothers this week. the film featured leslie grace's batgirl michael keaton. returning is a very k creaky caped crusader and brendan fraser is the but the movie was totally can s following test screenings. now, it was something i can imagine. ra well, who did test screenings like the trailer had, butlo when you looked at it, had that bomb written all over it inside? well, matthew belloni, laura , who hosts spotify, the town podcast, he spoke to someone who attended this batgirlreen screening wasn't received well. he says after the screening, the executives, walter hamouda dc and some of the others there asked the audience who did thisd big? and the consensus wasike absolutely not. he said it played like a tv pilot.
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>> the stakes were very small. they threwwa millions and millions of dollars. ie warner bros. did. at this. it was originally kind of a small movie. they threw a hundred million dollars and when they screened it, it wasas d so flat they decd to takeve the tax write off. it's not even being shown on hbo, max.>> nothing. well, k the little coverage of i don't know anything about this, but if i were to guess, i would guess that the lead was flat. well, maybe who knows? i never have to see it. but here's the interesting. but she's not even in the promo, so you barely see. 32% in a new morning consult poll. 32% of marvel comics fans think they're getting a little tired of so many superhero movies. >> so: o i rosanne that cash cow things are so unstable at dc for the superheroes. jason momoa, aquaman has apparently started a side hustle as a flight attendant. t longer plunging into water. >>wa he's givingte it out and te he is such a great job.
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i'm not a big fan of man bonds, but i make an exception for s him. oh yeah. yeah. okay, so to sam, by the way, c she just said oh yeah. water use extra water another. didn't you just have a water. i just another like another. yeah. okay, wellly superheroes are not the only ones underwater. we've been reporting for weeks the dangerous side of theme parks from riots to brawls, family come apart. well, this week at disney world it's not only a small world but torturous one . not only did the ride known as the happiest cruise on that ever sailed, trap visitors in their boats for over ann hour. but one of them started to sink . you know, this attraction was built for the nineteen sixty a world's fair. itas wastl probablye built when the bmi was a little bit lower,
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though they have to makewi the extra wide coffin now for a piece of that no one was l hurt right now. no one was hurt as it was slowly submerge itself.o apparently the music kept going so n tonight that's much. but s that's the most torturous part of all l to have to sitd there and listen to that song for over an hour. these peoplee should get free pass and everyone i got stuck on , it's a small world and i can get off from within an hour g and 15 minutes. that was like several years ago. yes. etin that music i think that i couldn't get it out of my head for allou the puppets moving back and forth, i think t it was all a micro and macro progression. all right. speaking of sinking ships, the democrats that was so easy are so desperate for someone to rescue them from biden that they're great sages likeng bill kristol are pushing john legend to run for president. oh, this is good. even h oldld political hands lie david axelrod seem drawn to this part allegedly of a legend
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as political messiah. he appeared on axelrod's podcast and was asked aboutit h friendship with kanye west. >>e well, you know, we aren't friends as much as we usedd to be because i honestly think because we publicly disagree on his running foror office and supporting trump, i think it became too much for us tos sustain our friendship honestly. >> so he's the most i mean, intolerant person is a typical liberal. they claim to be so tolerant and open. aren't we woke? aren't we in the end, they'rean snobs. if you no don't agree with them, they want no part. i just don't like the idea that you infringe rights overdi political differences. that's not the way americaca works and certainly not k a leader. but you know, the greatest- obstacle to legends ever being president or pursuing politics can really be described in twon. words. chrissy teigen, can you imaginee this womans, first lady? i thinkre it's possible to
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be really angry all the time. if there was one word you would help, particularly women useha more frequentlyt, but that one would be you. yeah, sorry, you're back . first of all, charming one having a baby, whichit is awesome. and she had tha some struggles with that. so that's fantastic. and then the the desperation on the part of democrats is so palpable in going there. well, and they've been trying o to rehabilitate chris .f they'venc taken for a number of years since you told that teenager go kill yourself again when you disagree with somebodys wishing them death or ending friendship, probably not b the right way tout go . she did apologize, but i just don't know if this has a political legs. i think it's got as much floatsl to it as one of those small world legends in their own legends. egtheir own mind. raymond arroyo.rr it's sooy
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we broughts reporting from minneapolis. that's a city still reeling from the george floyd riots ofti two years ago. businesses in many cases still haven't reopened and the city is experiencing a massive crime wave. 39% rise in murders compared to 2019. and residents say they have no idea if their city is everlt going to be rebuilt in certainpp neighborhoods. heck, people don't even feel safe shoppingin anymore. yesterday at the mall of america, just nine miles outside of minneapolis, random gunfire had panicked families scrambling f to minneapolisnn is ground zero for minnesota's decline.
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and it's represented this district none other than ellen ohmar. th yes, insteader of fighting for to be safer, t she's fighting to defund the already depleted policeoy- force. i now,s finally, it turns out tht the community is sickck of her antics. the star tribune and even ugur c lefty mayor jacob frye have now endorsed her primary opponent, a guy named don samuels. but is another democrat reallyul the answer? joiningni me now is jim schultz is running to unseat another article in the state attorney general keith ellison. now,now, jim , you call ellison the political godfather of.n omar why and when did this state go so radical? >> well, it's pretty recently, laura , and it's great to be on with you. you know, keith ellison. preceded hunt omar in congress. he was elected in 2006. then she succeeded him and she very much is her political godfather. they're fully aligned on on the issues that embrace thesead
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radical deep on the policeen policies that havece led to that extraordinary violence that that you're talking about.en well,ed i was so saddened becaue as you may know, i spent quite a bit of time in minnesota every year i've going there for 15 years for the summer and it's just sobe beautiful. it's such a wonderful state in j the twin cities, minneapolis, u there's just such a vibrant community. never felt unsafe there. and then the lawlessness came, in after florida and people wonder if there's's any way to turn it around. now, you're right.n i mean, a it's a painful fewif years in the state. youthot know, i grew up in the state. i'm a fifth i generation and soe and i think i feelso it.ra and minnesotans feel generally that we're losing the state weci have known and loved. it's because of these radical p policies embraced by people like keith ellison and johannnd omar and our terrible governor tim walz, that have led to this current point. i mean, i call it a manmade disaster, the manmade disaster
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thatour is descended upon our state and we have toy. turn it around immediately. now, in endorsing omar'sly opponent, obviously running fori attorney general, but her seat is where her district is , where all the violence took place. they said omar often appear disconnecteded from our district and unwilling to workll with leaders such as frye. when asked by the editorial board for thoughts on cedric alexander, omar said she didad not recognize the name and had no opinion even though hish nomination to the high profile public safety role wasoc prominently reported by local news outlets. so jim basically saying she doesn't really care about the district. b it's more about her own public profile and burnishing that. me absolutely. i mean, she seems to spend all of her time in washington these days. she's completely disconnected from the community and frankly,n keith ellison is frankly disconnected from the community. you know, if they were , nnected to the communitythity, they would know that there'sti areas of north minneapolis that have become a shooting gallery i
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. there's areas in minneapolis and st. paul where you just you know, on any given day you might be be be carjacked or otherwisee and they end up embracing these policies that have led to such extraordinary t crime and violence inwo our state. and so these are two kind of limousin liberals that have that have embraced policies that have led to incredible violencecend and destruction ine our state. yeah, good for the criminals. baduch, for the people. thank you. that's right. good luck in your right now. wouldn't you know old joe forgot who the heck is president again, can't they ? well, the last fight we'll try to explain l what it's go time. i don't like to patients don't make new great tasting doggle actually broke my word naturally with the water in your body in as little as 30 minutes so you can go gently and go on with life. you don't like chewing through . they put you comfortably in control when september 21st legalizers is back with new
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