グトフェルド!' on Cuomo's resignation, Oregon dropping education requirements

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ITS. CORY BOOKER (D-NJ): There’s some people who have said that they’re members of this deliberative body that want to defund the police to my horror. But all of us 100 people not walked but sashay down there and vote for this amendment and put to rest the lies and can we add also that every senator here wants to defund the police believes in God, country and apple pie.

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グレッグ・ガットフェルド, FOXニュースチャンネルホスト: Spartacus is not so smartacus. Coffee is hitting me right now. Happy Wednesday. Time once again for?

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統一された男性: Everything is racist.

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グッドフィールド: Oregon just decided that reading, writing and arithmetic is racist. It was written in a bill which makes this bill inherently racist because someone had to write it. はい, the worst state in history. You’re welcome, ニュージャージー. Has decided to drop the requirement that students demonstrate that they’ve mastered those skills. Crap, I said mastered. That’s racist too. According to activists Ben Crump, the phrase master as in master bedroom is racist.

I can only wonder what he thinks of my sheets. ええと, there’s another joke I can make involving master. But why bait the audience? そう, being heckled, I am being heckled. 大丈夫, shut up. This is a serious topic. So for the next five years, Oregon students will get a diploma without the necessary skill base, making that road paper as meaningful as a pink belt in karate. That is whaling currency is more valuable.

You get more respect if you showed up at a job interview with a teardrop tattoo from Rikers or in Joe DeVito’s case, when he applied for this job with a Curious George book in a mesh t shirt.

ジョー・デヴィト, エディアン: やった. はい, it was sexy.

グッドフィールド: So this is new. The state is mandating schools to become diploma mills. Oddly, the governor signed this Senate bill into law almost a month ago, but didn’t brag about it. There was no signing ceremony probably because again, writing is racist. The state legislature had publicized other passed laws but not this one. They hit it like a cold sore on prom night. I remember that. それは奇妙だ.

Progressives have happily trumpeted a lot of crazy (ブリープ) they’re even still bragging about defunding the police. But maybe here they actually feel some shame about this particular travesty. The governor won’t talk about it. Why should she? That’s like asking Andrew Cuomo, how he feels about misogyny in the workplace.

So is this new bill racist? 上手, according to one of the government lackeys, they dropped the requirements in order to benefit Oregon’s black Latino, Latina, Latin X, Indigenous Asian, Pacific Islander tribal, and students of color. Effectively turning their degrees into a participation trophy. So to answer your question, hell yes, that’s racist. You couldn’t do worse if you named the bill minorities are stupid.

Because now expecting them to learn is viewed as oppression rather than providing knowledge and opportunity. どうやら, in the progressive mindset, minorities aren’t up to the task, which sounds kind of racist as opposed to the education for the assume these groups are hopeless. But tell that to Sergey Brin or Elon Musk or any other immigrant who came here and hit it big. I wonder what the angry black male thinks.

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TYRUS, FOX NATION HOST: 何? You’re following me home now? What is it now? 何?

統一された女性: 何?

TYRUS: No reading, writing or arithmetic?

統一された女性: No reading, 書き込み, 算術?

TYRUS: Are you talking to me?

統一された女性: あなたは (聞き取れない) 私?

TYRUS: Georgie, let me ask you a question. Stop copying me.

統一された女性: Stop copying me.

TYRUS: 真剣に.

統一された女性: 真剣に.

TYRUS: What if I told you that you didn’t have to do reading, writing or math at school anymore?

統一された女性: なぜ?

TYRUS: はい.

統一された女性: 番号.

TYRUS: 何? その後、, ええと, then you wouldn’t have to get a job or pay bills or anything. You’d be like

統一された女性: But then how I do get a job and your bills?

TYRUS: 知りません. Do you think that’s a good idea?

統一された女性: おもう (ブリープ)

TYRUS: 何?

統一された女性: (聞き取れない)

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グッドフィールド: It’s pretty good. The soft bigotry of low expectations has now become law. Except it’s not soft. It’s as hard as a two-week old bagel. はい, we can’t get these damn kids even past the most basic exams. So just ditch the exams. True, we could try harder and overhaul our own education, or see whatcheck out why these students are having problems. But it would cut into our three-month summer vacations.

Instead dropped the requirement problem solved, which actually punished his talent and hard work. It’s academic communism. その間, parents can’t tell how bad the schools are really doing. So could we try it elsewhere? Med school is hard. So we’re dropping the requirements on diagnosis and surgery. Here’s your new doctor.

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グッドフィールド: The good news if you like your clown, you can keep your clown. Engineering is not only complex, it’s also racist for it expects minorities to absorb mathematical data and use that to build things like planes, trains and automobiles. So we’re dropping the requirement on industry relevant skills. Meet the guy who designed the latest jumbo jet.

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グッドフィールド: はい, clearly that’s the fences fault. ええと, law enforcement is challenging. You have to deal with constant stress and your own secret racism. プラス, you have to run with all that stuff around your waist. That’s got to change especially when you don’t wear pants like me. So we decided to drop all requirements related to crime prevention. Here’s your new police force.

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グッドフィールド: はい, 収益. It’s not the requirements that are racist. It’s the assumption that specific groups can’t meet these standards. If you don’t think a black kid can learn to read and write. You’re the racist. You’re also the same ones who happened to hate Clarence Thomas and Thomas Sowell. It’s not us. No wonder the left hates school choice so much because parents would choose schools that expect kids to learn math.

If you think it’s too hard for Latin, Latino and Latin X to do sophomore level math. 上手, 最初, congrats on using the most well classifications, but you’re still a racist, you jackass. 地獄, even Tony Montana had to learn the metric system. Something as white Americans quit on. Fact is every arena in life where standards are being dropped is racism. It’s the ultimate condescension. We make the rules so only idiots can follow them.

But theymaybe they don’t know they’re being racist because they’re too busy calling everybody else and everything racist. Maybe we start pointing out to them with the same tenacity they use to point us out. It’s boring and it’s repetitive but someone has to do it. And it sure beats doing math, 人種差別主義者.

統一された男性: 限目.

グッドフィールド: Let’s tonight’s guests. She knows investing cash like I know persistent heat rash, Fox Business Correspondent Susan Li. He has five daughters. So tonight, he’s here for the peace and quiet. American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp. He’s available for all your entertainment needs, as long as they’re 50 feet away from a playground or school. Writer and comedian Joe DeVito.

最後に, she’s like a lamp, bright, attracts bugs and blacks out at night. Fox News Contributor Kat Timpf. そう, スーザン, you are an expert in business.

SUSAN LI, FOX BUSINESS NETWORK CORRESPONDENT: So they say, はい.

グッドフィールド: はい, 彼らが言うには. I don’t know who they are. I never stopped to ask them who they are.

LI: Fox Business Network, はい.

グッドフィールド: はい. だが — OK. So how does this portend? Is that the word for the future?

LI: ワオ, that’s a big word for you. はい.

TYRUS: ワオ.

グッドフィールド: That hurts. I wasn’t even sure I was using it right. So she does have one on me. とにかく, what is — そう, if we have a whole generation of kids who aren’t learning the basics, what happens in 2030 years economically?

LI: はい. Development, that’s my big concern.

グッドフィールド: はい.

LI: Because merit is not racist. How many times do you have to say this on this show?

グッドフィールド: はい.

LI: And what about development? Because we know high school is not reality as the star quarterback or the head cheerleader.

グッドフィールド: はい. I was both.

LI: Oh wow. はい.

グッドフィールド: I don’t brag about it, because it makes people feel bad. I know that would make you feel bad not having majored in anything important.

LI: 丁度. And I wasn’t surprised if you were the most popular kid in school.

グッドフィールド: 私は, 私は.

LI: But what happens

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グッドフィールド: And I was home schooled, which is weird because I wasn’t even actual. But I would win everything. And I never showed up.

LI: はい, but what aboutso basic proficiency and math, 本当に, you need that in real life and I think you’re hurting these kids by not making them meet that standard early on.

グッドフィールド: But then what happens to your kids? Because your kids are going to be doing great and they’re going to be your

LI: 待つ. Your kids meme because I’m Asian that my kids are going to do great academic

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グッドフィールド: 番号. I meant

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グッドフィールド: 番号. I may

LI: Because that is true actually. I promise you. I will be the tiger mother that says you will be in there after school studying piano four hours a day.

グッドフィールド: そこに行きます. Piano, there’s a great instrument math. Everybody can fit it into their house, 正しい?

TYRUS: はい, はい.

グッドフィールド: (聞き取れない) piano in your living room. 本当に, スーザン, you’re such an elitist. そう, マット, you have five daughters.

MATT SCHLAPP, 会長, AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE UNION: 私がやります. それは本当です.

グッドフィールド: It’s amazing that you’re still alive.

SCHLAPP: はい.

グッドフィールド: How wouldwhat do youhow do you see the future? I just keep thinking about the future. This is not good. It’s like we’re just giving up.

SCHLAPP: I’m confused.

グッドフィールド: Me too.

SCHLAPP: It’s now like it went from leave no child behind to leave every child behind. And they’re saying homeschooling is terrible. We should all be in public schools. But then they shut down all the public schools and make everybody homeschool. Liberals only like homeschooling when they can make you do it.

グッドフィールド: 正しい.

SCHLAPP: Every single one of you. And now we’re in the situation where we’re saying please open up the schools, please open the schools, you read this stuff. あなたは, maybe they should keep them closed.

グッドフィールド: 丁度.

SCHLAPP: Maybe we should just all figure out a different way. And if you look at the kindergarten rates of people going into public schools in kindergarten, they’re dropping, I think people are starting to make alternative plans.

グッドフィールド: 私は願います — I hope you’re right. But that is such an amazing point that they mockedthey mock homeschooling because they’re not in charge of it.

SCHLAPP: そのとおり.

グッドフィールド: But once you’re in charge of it, then it’s like you have to do it. はい. Brilliance there, ジョー. You keep it up?

デヴィート: はい, はい, 良い, 良い.

グッドフィールド: How are you doing?

デヴィート: I’m good. I’m good. I don’t like this.

グッドフィールド: ああ, はい.

デヴィート: I don’t like this. のような気がする —

グッドフィールド: It’s a good beginning so far.

デヴィート: 知っている. Thanks for having me on the show. 番号, I don’t like this because — OK, so why not at the end just give them a Harvard diploma?

グッドフィールド: 正しい.

デヴィート: Why not just announced that Congratulations, you’re nowevery one of you is the president of Shell Oil. 何故なの? Because it’sif we’re taking away any sort of measurement and you know they’re not being required to attend because no one can say, ねえ, you weren’t here, you weren’t here on time. I don’t see what the point is. What they’re going to be teaching them all this time. It’s such nonsense.

And what really struck me was in that announcement, he said it’ssaid it’s dropping through currents will benefit Oregon’s black Latino, Latina, Latin X indigenous Asian, Pacific Islander tribal and students of color. Why did he say Latino, Latina and Latin X?

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: I thought Latin X was supposed to cover all of that.

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: So why didn’t he say Asian X, your indigene X or X-men or why did – – because it’s showing these words don’t mean anything. It’s complete nonsense.

グッドフィールド: Uber X.

デヴィート: Uber X. And I love what they throw in Asian students, because Asian students are the ones that suffer the most.

グッドフィールド: 正しい.

デヴィート: Because they’re the ones who get the good grades, just they lower the standards, the kids are going to work hard, are going to look so much better. And they say, 上手, we can’t have that. It’s the same as any other leftist plan. They have to build walls around it to keep successful people from getting out. Because it reveals the flaws in their own stupid philosophy.

グッドフィールド: That is such a good point. キャット, what about the other countries? They must be laughing at us. That’s this question, by the way that no one’s ever said before.

キャサリン・ティンプ, FOXニュースチャンネル寄稿者: That’s that. No one’s ever mentioned something on this channel. Like but this country is ahead of us in this. はい, 見て, I’ve done a lot of things in my life, where I look back and I’m like

グッドフィールド: You could just shop there.

ティンプ: Shouldn’t have done that. Shouldn’t have done that. Maybe could have used my time a better way, have not felt that way about learning to read.

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: I’m very glad that I stillI still use it actually the reading.

LI: ワオ. はい.

ティンプ: はい. And the writing too.

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: それは — わからない. 場合 — I feel like if you’re one of these super left people at some point, you might say to yourself, OK, so our philosophy is we don’t believe that children of color are capable of learning to read. 私たちです — we are believing that two year olds are capable of leaving masks on all day and using them properly. At some point you look in the mirror and think and be like what am I doing?

グッドフィールド: はい, and you also. And a four-year-old can, ええと, we can gender reassign like, ええと, we can’t read, can’t write but we’re going towe’re going to change your sex because for like a brief period of time you wanted to wear a different type of clothing. That’s the insanity, キャット. The insanity.

ティンプ: Nice red meat tag there.

グッドフィールド: とても良い. はい, はい. Blow your damn nose.

ティンプ: やった.

グッドフィールド: 知っている.

ティンプ: And it was satisfying.

グッドフィールド: そうだった. You should have seen what happened. 大丈夫. 次に. それは本当です. As the Cuomo scandals take their toll. Brian Stelter does damage control.

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統一された男性: It’s Cuomos. うわあ. Starting Andrew and Chris. Cool.

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グッドフィールド: はい. Stelter’s excuses are not so hot as Chris Cuomo heads for the yacht. Fox News caught up with Chris Cuomo at a Hamptons doc. Before I had a chance to remove his shirt to show off his pecs. Like his medium-sized Polo, you know he shrunk it on purpose. His lips were tight.

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統一された男性: 今日はお兄さんと話しましたか, お客様?

クリス・クオモ, CNNアンカー: もちろん.

統一された男性: Are you continuing to advise him? Do you think that’s an ethical conflict?

CUOMO: I think you got a job to do. And I’m letting you do it.

統一された男性: Is your brother coming to East Hampton?

CUOMO: はい, wait here. He’ll be here in five minutes.

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グッドフィールド: 見る? それは面白い. はい, that’s funny. はい. それは面白い. Put that in my monologue. At least he’s finally learned to control his temper, 正しい?

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CUOMO: You did not think my name was (ブリープ) Fredo don’t be a liar. 場合 (ブリープ) ruin your (ブリープ) I’ll (ブリープ) throw you down like a (ブリープ) punk.

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グッドフィールド: ワオ. 見る? He’s changed. Which leads us to someone who’d never lose his composure unless it’s around a box of Krispy Kremes. はい. ブライアン・ステルター. The perfect company, おとこ. Are you applauding him with a joke? He defended CNN’s handling of the Cuomo crisis on Colbert.

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STEPHEN COLBERT, CBSホスト: New York Times is reporting that that’s true. Chris was helping his brother, 何ですか — has that create any conflict over at CNN behind closed doors? Are people mad at him or is heis he in trouble?

ブライアン・ステルター, CNNアンカー: Some people are mad at him. I also have a source that says Chris was on the phone with this brother this week.

COLBERT: Is your source Chris Cuomo?

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STELTER: He is not. He is not. You got to have boundaries. He got to draw a line.

COLBERT: Why he doesn’t?

STELTER: I think he does actually.

COLBERT: 本当に?

STELTER: I think Chris does. I don’t know about the governor.

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グッドフィールド: 上手, at least Stelter wore pants this time. He babbled saying there’s nothing in the journalistsjournalism ethics book on how to deal with this situation. I guess it doesn’t have a section on either. Although it’s nice to hear someone mentioned boundaries when talking about the Cuomos. And over at MSNBC leave it to Chuck Todd to plot Cuomo his comeback.

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CHUCK TODD, MSNBC ホスト: His career was either permanently over or almost permanently over and he chose the path of almost permanently over. I expect in my lifetime Andrew Cuomo to probably run for office again.

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グッドフィールド: Chuck’s only got five years to live. But the body’s not even cold yet, Chuck. その間, Tucker Carlson proposed an interesting theory about the New York A.G.

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タッカーカールソン, FOXニュースホスト: Earlier this year she said that A.G., you thought it meant Attorney General. 番号, actually she said it stands for aspiring governor, which she is. So there are reasons to question Letitia James’s motives to put it mildly.

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グッドフィールド: うーん. So like my phone number and a truck stop bathroom. The writing was on the wall for the governor. ところで. When you do call that number, specify route and location. I’ve pretty much peppered the eastern seaboard, and I’m not going to drive around forever. Kill the whole weekend. マット.

SCHLAPP: Now I’m scared to death.

グッドフィールド: Tucker is echoed what I’ve heard a lot, which is that, はい, Cuomo is a creep. But wait, you see what’s coming in? というのは, you could get Bill de Blasio was governor, you could get Letitia James. というのは, is it better to have like, less crazy creep? than a non-creep who’s a hardcore leftist? 知りません.

SCHLAPP: I’m having trouble with the logic. I’m glad he’s gone.

グッドフィールド: はい.

SCHLAPP: Say that. But I do think there’s a special place at CNN for every failed New York politician. They have given several shows.

グッドフィールド: はい.

SCHLAPP: I could see a rebound of the man’s career for sure.

グッドフィールド: はい.

SCHLAPP: And I think the thing more than anything else that’s really gross is to see Brian Stelter say, who his sources are not.

グッドフィールド: はい.

SCHLAPP: ところで, anonymous means you’re not talking about your sources. あなたは言わない, we’ll keep coming with names. You’re getting warmer. ええと, it doesn’t work that way.

グッドフィールド: はい. You know it was him, it was Cuomo. キャット, could itcould there be an opportunity for the brothers to have their own show? 正しい? And itbecause I mean, very popular among the media when that happen.

ティンプ: A boat show.

グッドフィールド: A boat show, はい.

ティンプ: People are missing a very important part of this story, which is that then the name of Chris Cuomo’s boat is heart strong, お気に入り, OK, バディ, who names a boat that? It’s like a movie about a high school football team. He’s not the guy that he thinks he is. And it also it blows the whole plan vacation thing out of the water, because who is there who makes millions of dollars a year, and plans of vacation and just stays home?

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: Nobody.

グッドフィールド: That’s whatactually but when your home is the Hamptons?

ティンプ: はい. I wouldn’t know about that.

グッドフィールド: She laughed.

ティンプ: はい.

グッドフィールド: ジョー. What do you make of this? Is this story ongoing or is it about the flameout?

デヴィート: 番号, there’s a lot to this. まず第一に, for Chris Cuomo, if your nickname is Fredo, don’t be going on any boats.

SCHLAPP: ああ. ああ.

デヴィート: Bad move. He’s chilling the Hampton, his brothers in the Hampton in by himself at theharass himself out of loneliness. Here’s the problem I had. 私 — グレッグ, ええと, I get all my political predictions from CNN and from celebrities.

グッドフィールド: 正しい, もちろん.

デヴィート: And I miscalculated. They told me in 2020 that Andrew Cuomo was going to be the next president of the United States and I wasted, I spent all my money making these bumper stickers for Cuomo-Avenatti 2024, and I can’tI’m trying to unload this. そう, what I did, I think these might move. I had them, edit them at the print shop with the handcuffs.

グッドフィールド: That’s like a really good editorial cartoon.

デヴィート: It’s really good.

グッドフィールド: Just that.

デヴィート: はい. そして私 —

SCHLAPP: Are we allowed to bring props? I didn’t know that.

デヴィート: And you know what, I think I should learn my lesson from last time from these Weiner-Spitzer 20212.

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: はい.

グッドフィールド: He’s beenhe’s been carrying that one around for eight years.

デヴィート: 私は持っています. I’ve had it my backpack.

グッドフィールド: はい. Got a yogurt stain on it.

LI: Where’s the Swoosh sign, the Nike sign for Avenatti?

グッドフィールド: ええと, スーザン, I asked a questions here. What should

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LI: — corporation.

グッドフィールド: はい. You’re a bitwhat should happen to Chris Cuomo?

LI: ワオ, that’s great question.

グッドフィールド: Why thank you. That’s why I’m sitting here.

LI: 上手, 私はしません — I don’t want to make any judgment on any fellow pure well, ジャーナリスト. And he used to work here as well.

グッドフィールド: はい, he did.

LI: Did you know him back then?

グッドフィールド: We were roommates. It was really fun. ええと, the thing is, we couldn’t find a place to live. So we dressed up as women and stayed at a woman’s college.

LI: はい, そうだった — it was a star cheerleader back there.

グッドフィールド: はい, はい.

LI: はい. 番号, but I love thedid you watch the resignation? ザ・ —

グッドフィールド: はい.

LI: So I just loved the Kairos we’re so behind. And they were justit was five minutes behind before they say Cuomo resigns, and I think everybody was just checking with each other saying did he really say that?

グッドフィールド: はい.

LI: I just thought wow.

グッドフィールド: はい.

LI: I guess we’re just all double checking at the same time.

グッドフィールド: はい, that was crazy. 分かりますか, what do you feel about Chuck Todd saying that there could be a comeback?

ティンプ: I want to know what would possibly lead to that?

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: Based on what evidence because it’s, ええと, he resigned because this was all really bad. He’s a bad guy. But there’s still all these other things that he did even beside this.

グッドフィールド: The nursing home.

ティンプ: You want the nursing home. The priority testing for family and friends. ザ・ — お客様, I lose track in so many horrible things.

SCHLAPP: The book.

ティンプ: The book. The misusing the funds for the book.

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: みたいな — and what a weird hill to die on.

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: なぜ — like why is — どうして? Why Chuck Todd? Did he get the test? Maybe he got the test.

グッドフィールド: はい, そこに行きます. そこに行きます. But it’s true. みたいな — だが, あのね, he could still run again as governor or he could run for mayor of New York which wouldI would still take him over De Blasio even he’s a creep. 大丈夫. Up next Rand Paul’s message wasn’t compliant so he got censored by a big tech giant.

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アナウンサー: “PLEASE GOD MAKE THIS END!”

グレッグ・ガットフェルド, FOXニュースチャンネルホスト (カメラで): Rand Paul should be thanked, 代わりに, his videos got yanked. YouTube has suspended Kentucky Senator Rand Paul over a video claiming cloth masks don’t work against preventing COVID transmission.

I guess he’s been reading Anthony Fauci’s e-mails. So YouTube yanked a video like Jeffrey Toobin on a conference call. In early video of Paul being interviewed about masks, he posted a video in response to being censored, and that second video, he claimed two different studies proved cloth masks are useless.

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ITS. ランドポール (R-KY): A Danish study of 6,000 participants found that wearing a surgical mask did not significantly reduce a person’s risk of COVID-19 infection. A Vietnamese study of 1,600 participants found that cloth masks allow for 97 percent penetration of particles the same size as the virus. Most of the masks you get over the counter don’t work. They don’t prevent infection.

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グッドフィールド: 待つ, that sounds like science. Shut up, ランドポール, you crazy actual medical doctor. Society too studies that follow the science got him booted from YouTube for a week, under their three-strikes policy. Four strikes means Google runs over you with a tank in Tiananmen Square.

But like any conversation, Kat has with her husband, these suspensions and hysteria, and censorship only work one way. That was a long way to a joke.

Consider this. In Oklahoma this week, a public school board discussed the law passed by the governor prohibiting schools from imposing mask mandates. One board member’s argument against it was that kids could commit murder by not wearing masks in school, despite evidence that murderers often wear masks.

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LINDA SEXTON, NORMAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION: If there’s any way between now and the beginning of school that we can get this changed, I hope we can because it’s just not OK for kids to commit murder by coming to school without a mask. それが可能だ.

They willthey will cause a death of another child because they come to school without a mask.

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グッドフィールド: ワオ. そう, Paul gets suspended from YouTube for saying cloth masks suck. But if you exaggerate claims like saying mask and kids are murderers, nothing really happens to you. わかった. He’s a senator and she’s just a school board lady. And she has apologized.

But it appears in general, the media only cares about a certain kind of claim. ええと, it’s like my uncle Ralph used to say, when truth is replaced by silence, the silence is a lie.

Uncle Ralph also lives in an abandoned carwash with 30 cats.

ジョー, this is an interesting thing, and I don’t think they’re fair comparisons the school teacher and the senator. But there’s two kinds of misinformation. Two kinds of so-called extreme information, the opinion that COVID’s a giant scare, and you should be skeptical.

ジョー・デヴィト, WRITER AND EDIAN: はい.

グッドフィールド: Or the opinion that if you don’t wear a mask, ええと, you’re killing people, or you’ve got blood on your hands. Stuff that you see on MSNBC or CNN. But the media only cares about one side of that so-called misinformation.

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デヴィート: はい.

グッドフィールド: It’s the same way they did with fake news. And with fact-checking, 正しい? They only fact-checked one side. They’re more worried about your skepticism and not the hysteria.

デヴィート: はい, it’s very strange that they keep yanking Rand Paul’s videos.

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グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: Because what’s YouTube’s position, お気に入り, ねえ, why don’t just put up videos from anybody? ああ, はい, we kind of do, we’re YouTube.

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: はい, I mean he is an actual doctor and he makes a good point. You know that thesethis mask-wearing has just become theatre for a lot of people.

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グッドフィールド: 正しい.

デヴィート: And it’s enable a lot of people to be the schools that they’ve always wanted to be.

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: And it does make sense thatlook if you can breathe easily through the mask, what is it blocking?

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: What is it holding out? そう, はい, it’s pretty wild. And then you see this woman on the school board that if you can make that jump, その後, shouldn’t we be arresting the Obamas for attempted murder?

グッドフィールド: 正しい.

デヴィート: というのは, like I said, a huge unmasked event.

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: そして, もちろん, that would be the first time Obama killed somebody without a drone. But you can seedon’t you moan at me.

グッドフィールド: Down moan about the drone.

デヴィート: But it’s true like what iswhat is our relationship to reality in this? Is itis it no mask and we all hide inside like it’s poison gas, または —

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グッドフィールド: It’s the prison of two ideas, キャット. OK? 正しい? 私 — その — masks are not 100 有効率, nor are they zero effective. It’s somewhere in the middle. But this woman has had her opinions assigned to her through the media. She believed that and now she regrets it.

But there is truth to the fact that it is an obstacle but it is not failsafe. That’s why parents should have a choice in this. 番号?

KATHERINE TIMPF, FOXニュースチャンネル寄稿者 (カメラで): はい, especially on a 2-year-old.

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: お気に入り, it’s not obviously murder. 2-year-olds can commit murder. There’s never going to be an hour-long investigation, discovery reenactment. That’s just a schoolkid goes to school without a mask.

グッドフィールド: That would be a

ティンプ: Like it’s not going to happen.

グッドフィールド: That would be a great forensic file for kids.

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ティンプ: はい, it would be (聞き取れない) すごい — On a 2-year-old, お気に入り, 私はただ — I don’t know if these people have ever seen a 2-year-old. I saw a 2- year-old with the mask, like sort of on — で — like alike a toddler in a stroller in New York.

その後、, the kid was just touching all the scaffolding and rubbing their face because that’s what 2-year-olds do.

グッドフィールド: はい. They’re so

ティンプ: They’re not sanitary.

グッドフィールド: スーザン, where do you stand on this? Or in this situation, sit?

SUSAN LI, FOX BUSINESS NETWORK CORRESPONDENT (カメラで): ああ, 上手, OK. 上手, I think I told you about the difference in vaccine rules and procedures in different airlines.

グッドフィールド: はい.

LI: 正しい?

グッドフィールド: 正しい, 正しい, 正しい.

LI: そう, ええと, それは言う, we’re going to fire you if you don’t get vaccinated to their 64,000 従業員. しかしその後, you have other people saying, 上手, 実際に, we’ll incentivize it or you don’t have to get vaccinated, but you have to get tested.

I just want something standard and uniform. そう, we can all abide by the same rules when I get confused.

グッドフィールド: I don’t know if I want something standard at this point. I wantI want people to be able to make their own decisions, ええと.

MATT SCHLAPP, 会長, AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE UNION: How about that?

グッドフィールド: That you

LI: Freedom?

グッドフィールド: というのは, you should know. というのは, 君は — out of all of us. You have the mostwhat’s the word? Most irons in the fire if you have five kids.

SCHLAPP: The irons out of the fire?

グッドフィールド: はい. 多分, maybe you should have kept thismaybe less iron in the fire.

SCHLAPP: You back later, here we go. I understand where you’re going. The kidstrying to homeschool your kids. 見て, I never felt so unconfident my life.

GUTFELD Yes.

SCHLAPP: And when you’re doing this third and fourth-grade math. And the fact is, they’re scaring the hell out of these kids too by telling they’re going to be murderers?

グッドフィールド: はい, はい.

SCHLAPP: This is like child abuse and wrong. そして見て, my 18-year-old and my 15-year-old have more common sense than these elected officials of these education boards, and we need to get rid of them and start all over again.

グッドフィールド: そこに行きます. 大丈夫, 次に, the vote reveals what some lawmakers are about, telling lies and selling us out.

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グッドフィールド: 19, 遅すぎる. 19 Republicans vote like sheep. そう, China can sell crap to us cheap. It’s time for

アナウンサー: “BORING BUT IMPORTANT”.

グッドフィールド: 今, we get that infrastructure talk and be drier than Nancy Pelosi before her daily plasma infusion. そう, while I read this story to the left, you’re going to see some awesome but totally unrelated videos. そう, here we go.

China has done a pretty good job of screwing everyone. そう, it makes perfect sense that most of the GOP wants to limit their power. What doesn’t make sense is that 19 Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to pass the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and sell America out faster than youthan our upcoming shows in Nashville.

The bill includes a provision allowing companies to bypass buy America rules when iron, steel, construction, or manufacturing products would raise a project’s cost by more than 25 パーセント. You following me?

Since China dominates those industries as well as the deadly virus industry, this could be a boon for corporatecorporations linked to the CCP, like Nike and Apple. It’s amazing what you can save using labor camps.

言い換えると, no matter how bad China keep screwing us over, we can’t just seem to leave them. Sounds like Kat when she was dating Menudo. はい.

ティンプ: I use wild at that.

グッドフィールド: 知りません, but it’s funny. キャット, here is the part where you tell me you’re a libertarian, blah, blah, blah. Freedom, blah, blah, blah, 市場, blah.

ティンプ: ええと, I could do that. But after you expressed it so eloquently, I’m just not sure that I could do any better.

グッドフィールド: OK.

ティンプ: In explaining that at my point of view in terms of free markets. I do get upset in general at these massive, massive spending bills, and is just one after the other, and no one seems to care.

And I’m so sick of hearing Joe Biden, everyone else talk about what my fair share of payment is for something that I have nothing to do with.

グッドフィールド: 正しい. True.

ティンプ: お気に入り, お気に入り, there’s no such thing as your fair share of my

グッドフィールド: はい, and no one wants it. スーザン. You add

LI: Infrastructure. そう, proud of you.

グッドフィールド: Why do theywhy do theythis is the first and only time infrastructure will be mentioned on the show. Why don’t we just say structure? Why does have for the infrastructure? It’s so generic and broad. Everything is infrastructure, call it structure.

LI: 上手, broadband that’s infra, 私は推測する.

グッドフィールド: OK, infra.

LI: ええと, it’s very high-tech. But I’m so proud of you because the last time I said infrastructure on the show, I think your eyes tried to go back as far as it could into your head from boredom.

グッドフィールド: はい, I was looking at my cerebellum.

LI: ああ.

グッドフィールド: はい, just checking on it.

LI: Kin of look at here.

グッドフィールド: I looked all right, I’ve been watering it a lot.

LI: But do you notice thatI don’t know half the time what are you saying. そう, I just laugh along and say, ああ, that’s really funny, グレッグ. 素晴らしい.

グッドフィールド: I have problems.

LI: ああ, but don’t you noticed that Biden kept the tariffs on China though?

グッドフィールド: ああ, やった.

LI: 覚えておいてください, they were saying that oh, you’re going to ruin the economy by stepping up to China.

グッドフィールド: はい.

LI: 代わりに, they just kept it on anyway.

グッドフィールド: そこに行きます. Do you know what he did? He did to Trump right? But he didn’t say he did to Trump, he just left it there. 正しい?

SCHLAPP: But he did water down these America First policies, あなたが知っています, that language on buying stuff that’s made in America. And the key and all this is that, ええと, the spending is just out of control. Kat is completely right. It’s something like $ 9 兆.

It’s juicing the economy, it’s why we have inflation, and the guy’s got to fill his tank with gas and that really hurts or has to buy the box of Swanson’s or whatever we’re talking about.

グッドフィールド: はい.

SCHLAPP: It hurtsit hurts right now and it’s going to pay the real thingreal big problem for the Democrats in the coming

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グッドフィールド: Box Swanson’s great deal, fried chicken 12 ピース, ジョー. You know it being a bachelor with (聞き取れない) income.

デヴィート: (聞き取れない), don’t even heat it up.

グッドフィールド: はい, don’t even — 番号, why bother?

デヴィート: その上に.

グッドフィールド: When it’s frozen?

デヴィート: 良い.

グッドフィールド: It’s naughty likeit’s like pretend you’re in Alaska exploring, eating cold chicken. はい.

デヴィート: Good for when I’m teething.

グッドフィールド: はい. And if somebody gets mad at you, you beat him to death with awith a bone.

デヴィート: slice them with the tin.

グッドフィールド: はい, 丁度.

SCHLAPP: Razor sharp.

グッドフィールド: I’m tired of this conversation. Last word to you.

デヴィート: 最後の言葉, I think China needs to get over the inferiority complex. OK? Because the wall, it’s OK.

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: And they are actually claiming Olympic gold medals that Hong Kong and Taiwan won.

グッドフィールド: 正しい?

デヴィート: そう, we have to keep in mind that’s who we’re dealing with here that this is the company, they’re our biggest rival right now in the world. そう, we have to be very careful who we’re cutting deals for.

グッドフィールド: これは — this is the country that is responsible for the largest biological disaster in human history.

デヴィート: はい.

グッドフィールド: In human history. And we want cheapchoose in cheap phones. そう, we’re OK to do business with the people that have your kids in masks, your relatives dying, your business is crumbling, because you want to get a cheaper freaking iPhone.

大丈夫, that’s it. 次に, Capitalism, 人種差別主義者です.

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グッドフィールド: When you hear about Amex’s club, you’ll be reaching for a Diners Club. According to Chris Rufo, writing for The New York Post, American Express recently hosted a critical race theory training program. As part of an anti-racism initiative started by Amex execs last year in the wake of the George Floyd protests.

Which raises a key question, how many things instituted by terrified corporate virtue signalers in the wake of the George Floyd protest ended up being unmitigated disasters? Probably a lot.

Other elements of the program reportedly include teaching white employees how to identify their privilege, while likely ignoring that you’re specifically marginalized for being white.

Rufo says that guest lecturer Khalil Muhammad argued that profits must be sacrificed to advance racial justice. I bet Amex really loved that part. But it’s only because of capitalism that American Express is able to employ over 60,000 人. But if it were up to the woke, they would all be broke.

But I guess this training program isn’t as bad as last year’s Amex seminar, office parkour.

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統一された男性: はい, welcome the desk.

統一された女性: How about this?

統一された女性: How about that?

統一された女性: ああ, how about that?

統一された女性: All crap.

統一された男性: Crap.

統一された女性: All crap.

統一された男性: いつか. And leap. Come in.

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グッドフィールド: Oh my goodness. ジョー, is AmEx stupid?

デヴィート: はい, なぜなら — what are the speakers that brought in Khalil Muhammad is from the nation of Islam speaking of inclusive organizations, I think they could be a little surprised when he hears opinion on Jews, gays, と女性.

グッドフィールド: はい, that’s true.

デヴィート: だが, at first, 私は思った, 上手, American Express their slogan used to be membership has its privileges, which could mean white privilege.

SCHLAPP: ああ.

デヴィート: しかしながら —

SCHLAPP: とても良い.

デヴィート: しかしながら —

グッドフィールド: That’s goingthat’s going away.

デヴィート: But their high-end card is the black card.

グッドフィールド: ああ.

デヴィート: そう, everybody is happy.

グッドフィールド: はい.

デヴィート: It worked out for everyone.

グッドフィールド: 上手, you should use that in your material wherever you’re performing next.

デヴィート: はい, 上手, that would be in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey this weekend at the brokerage of Bellmore Long Island. ありがとうございました.

グッドフィールド: マット, I have a problem. I would have a problem working at a place that is so coldly corporate and cutthroat financially, but then hires people to tell you you’re racist. It’s like hobos telling you about hygiene.

SCHLAPP: とても良い. I’m going to have to laugh at that. I got to figure out how to do that. ザ・ —

グッドフィールド: ワオ.

SCHLAPP: 番号, 見て, アメリカ —

グッドフィールド: This is a tough crowd today.

SCHLAPP: These corporations, people are starting to vote with their feet and they’re holding back the dollars. 今, this is a boycott I can really get into.

グッドフィールド: はい.

SCHLAPP: I have already told the women in my family, we are not using the American Express card for months. And I feel great about it.

グッドフィールド: そこに行きます.

スーザン, is this have an effect on Amex? Or this isthis is just more corporate virtue signaling. そう, people leave them alone.

LI: はい, 上手, no one uses Diners Club anymore.

グッドフィールド: I do that.

LI: 申し訳ありません, but the centurion, the black cardwhat do you think get motivates people to pay $ 700 a year to pay for that centurion card?

ティンプ: A capitalism.

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: Because of this great country, the AmEx

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グッドフィールド: What do you get for that 700 bucks?

LI: はい, a lot of benefits.

グッドフィールド: はい.

LI: You get prime tables or restaurants which I think you’re trying to book. そう, はい.

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グッドフィールド: はい, that’s true.

ティンプ: 見て, capitalism. 上手, there is no wealth creation for thousands of years. And countries started trying capitalism, and then it started happening. そう, if they want, ええと, they need it in terms of we could all people of all races could equally just lay around and starve, then they have the point. But that’s not my ideal situation for the world.

グッドフィールド: You are truly a philanthropist.

ティンプ: はい, はい.

グッドフィールド: はい. 大丈夫. 上手, we’re done then. Aren’t we? Anybody want to say anything else?

ティンプ: 番号, I’m just not going to pay my — 番号, I’m not paying my AmEx bill.

グッドフィールド: そこに行きます.

SCHLAPP: There we go.

ティンプ: I don’t want to be a racist.

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グッドフィールド: ああ, right idea. I forget about my idea. We shouldI’m looking – – we shouldwe should cancel credit card debt.

SCHLAPP: それは?

グッドフィールド: $ 800 十億,

LI: ああ.

SCHLAPP: そのとおり. はい.

グッドフィールド: $ 800 十億. The averagethe average American has a $ 5,000 in debt. AmEx, let’s cancel their debt.

SCHLAPP: I like it.

グッドフィールド: Go away, we’ll be right back.

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グッドフィールド: Out of time. Thanks to Susan Li, Matt Schlapp. ジョー・デヴィト, キャット・ティンプ, studio audience. “フォックスニュース@ナイト” with Shannon Bream is next. She’s evil. I’m Greg Gutfeld. わたしは、あなたを愛しています.

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