'The Five' on US-China relations, マスクマンデート

ローレンス・ジョーンズ, FOXニュースホスト: こんにちは, 全員. I’m Lawrence Jones along
with Kat Timpf, ジェシカ・ターロフ, デイマクダウェル, とグレッグ・ガットフェルド. It’s five
o’clock in New York City, and this is The Five.

そう, President Biden is kicking up his feet and enjoying vacation while
major problems pile up at home and overseas. Inflation is running rampant,
gas prices and the cost of pretty much everything that we buy is surging,
the disaster at the border isn’t gettingis getting worse and sets a new
record for crossings every single month.

Biden’s DHS secretary was caught on leaked audio saying what he really
thinks about the situation. 見る.

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ALEJANDRO MAYORKAS, 我ら. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY SECRETARY: これは
unsustainable. These numbers cannot continue. We cannot get to a point over
more couple of weeks ago. And we’re going to make sure that doesn’t happen.
We’re looking at the policy officers.

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JONES: And Afghanistan is unraveling. The Taliban has taken over new
territory by the hour. The Pentagon says the terror group is trying to
isolate the capital of Kabul. And a defense official tells Fox the city
could fall as soon as tomorrow. This is of course the total opposite of
what the president said back in July.

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ジョー・バイデン, アメリカ合衆国大統領: There’s going to be no
circumstance you’re going to see people being lifted off the roof of a
embassy of the United States from Afghanistan. It is not at all
comfortable. But the likelihood there’s going to be the Taliban overrunning
everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely.

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JONES: ジェシカ, is this the proper time to go on vacation? もちろん,
you’re always the president you deserve a break, but with so many crises,
is this is the right?

JESSICA TARLOV, FOXニュースホスト: そう, I did a little research in advance of
coming here so I would be vacation prepared before we went into it. これは
something that get lobbed at every president. It happened with President
Obama when he went off to Hawaii. Trump played golf 25 ラムズはオフシーズンにジャレッド・ゴフとの取引でスタッフォードを買収しました
first few months of COVID when we lost hundreds of thousands of people and
unemployment soared.

But the Afghanistan situation of all of the things that you listed off
there is the one that is most deeply troubling, and I think especially too
President Biden considering the role that he played on the Senate foreign
relations committee when he was in the Senate and then as vice president as
上手.

And I think it’s really telling when you see the reactions of people like
John Kirby who is part of the administration now. Molly Montgomery who is
also on the State Department tweeted and then deleted

JONES: Deleted.

TARLOV: — that she woke up with a heavy heart thinking of the Afghan women
と女の子, that they work so hard to create a thriving civil society force
that they can succeed and prosper in Afghanistan. And I think that that’s
the only one that sticks out to me that says you shouldyou should be
close to home for this.

But generally, I don’t think going to Camp David he’s going to be on the
phone the entire time. He’s not going to be on a jet ski and ignoring the
fact that this is going on in Afghanistan.

JONES: はい, I think it’s just problematic when you have a tax going on
right now and literally

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TARLOV: If Kabul falls tomorrow, it will not look great.

JONES: — 人 — you literally have the State Department sending out
guidance saying get rid of all the important documents because they could
come at our embassy. I think that’s a bad optics wise.

グレッグ, I want to click you because the border is out of control. This leaked
audio is something that we knew to be true already but they’re just
admitting it right now.

グレッグ・ガットフェルド, FOXニュースホスト: There’s leaked audio?

JONES: はい, it was a leaked audio.

グッドフィールド: I thought it was going to show up.

JONES: 番号.

グッドフィールド: 見て, in general but we’re seeing rightI didn’t know anything
about the leaked audio. そう, I was like looking and waiting for it. とにかく,
you got toright now we have inflation, we have crime, 我々は持っています
アフガニスタン, we have gas shortages. We are living in the 1970s. 私たちです
living in a reboot of that 70s show and Joe Biden is one of the most
effective time travelers of the world but he brought us back to the worst
decade ever.

But I want to talk to you about Afghanistan. Because I think this is
this is the hardest topic to talk about because we haven’t been talking
それについて. 私達 — I’m going to say, 私 — I have not talked about Afghanistan
on this show or in any kind of reoccurring segment for probably five years.

そう, for me to like express some kind of passion or expertise about pulling
でる, I can’t do that because there’s something about that. I’ve not been
talking about this so I’m not going to pretend to be engaged in this.

そう, what does say that we haven’t talked about it? それは, I guess what it
says is that our troops have done such an amazing job that we stopped
talking about it. It became a forgotten war. そう, we just went onwe just
went on with our lives. We went on with our lives.

So now we have to pull out and now we are being reminded from the pull out
that the Taliban are still monsters. They’re still bad people, しかし、
last five years or 10 年, we’ve done such a great job we kind of don’t
hear about that that much. そう, it’s a tribute to the troops that we just
forgot about this. But then what we do next?

そしてまた, I have a question about how is this possible? How is the Taliban
how is the Taliban still able to justshouldn’t they be, 見積もり,
“間引き” which I know is only 10 パーセント? しかし、私は意味します, couldn’t
shouldn’t the Taliban be kind of like down to a very small group of people
以上 20 年? How is it?

キャサリン・ティンプ, FOXニュースホスト: 正しい. I have a very close source to me who was
an Afghan war veteran and my husband. And he has been upset about this
because we spent a trillion dollars there equipping people, あなたが知っています,
training Afghan soldiers. そして 20 数年後, this all falls apart within a
月. And he’s saying when he was there 12 数年前, he was saying to
himself this isn’t working. What we’re doing here isn’t working.

And documents came out in 2019 that a lot of people at the top they knew
that this would happen as soon as we left. They knew that they were not
making any long-term progress. If this was anything else, this was a
building we spent all this money and lives were lost they did all fell
ダウン, there would be an investigation.

グッドフィールド: はい.

ティンプ: しかし、ここで, these, ええと, people who are in charge, the officials
they are being promoted throughout companies, there’s no accountability.
He’s really upset about it and passion about it. ええと, West Point, 彼
lost classmates in Afghanistan. Other ones who were very seriously hurt,
not to mention mental problems like PTSD they are also very serious.

そう, I think that there really needs to be some accountability here. この
kind of money, these kinds of lives lost this many years and it falls
within a month. Anywhere else without some accountability but it all plays
into the whole military industrial complex.

JONES: そう, let’s unpack that, 夜明けに. A lot of people are criticizing the
ストラテジー. You are never going to defeat terrorism at large. 転倒しなかった2人は他の人を助けましたが、から最も遠い1人を見つけることができませんでした。
mission was to go out there and get the bad guys that harmed us. ザ・
Taliban was going to go into another organization and then they went in
there and they decided they were going to try to nation build, and build
学校, and help women. And the mission changed from getting the people
that attacked us to building the country.

DAGEN MCDOWELL, FOXニュースホスト: It was held fast the pull out happened. そう
many people wanted our troops out of Afghanistan, but they cut and run,
like how fast that we pulled out in the middle of the night with no notice
from Bagram Air Force, that Bagram Air Base.

We basically pulled the air support, that we pulled the air support and the
private contractors and listen to this this stat. That the contractors now
are having Zoom calls to assist while the U.S. military is flying sorties
from Middle East. そう, it’s just been an utter disaster in terms of the
speed with which we pulled out and didn’t think about the women and the
teachers and the children who would be raped and enslaved or murdered.

So that’s the bigger problem. But can I just generally talk about Biden?

JONES: はい.

MCDOWELL: Like he was elected because the adults were supposed to be in
充電.

グッドフィールド: はい.

MCDOWELL: But now the adults are in hiding.

グッドフィールド: はい.

MCDOWELL: Where is the guy? I know that it must be exhausting setting
America back four to five years in seven months that he needs to get a map.
But hewhat America needs right now is somebody to step up with a
coherent speech to speak to the American people about the direction of the
nation overseas and here at home or the downward spiral.

グッドフィールド: He should send Kamala to Afghanistan. She was great at the border.

JONES: 番号.

MCDOWELL: But where is she?

グッドフィールド: はい.

MCDOWELL: そう, バジャンダスの体はだらけで発見されました — my point is, is that every time he gets up to speak
アメリカ人に, it looks like he has eaten a few meatballs of
Benadryl.

JONES: これは —

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MCDOWELL: And the people are not confident in what he is doing. And what’s
even worse or more horrible or horrible is the media. The media is on a
permanent vacation with this guy.

グッドフィールド: 正しい.

MCDOWELL: You have consumer confidence today fell to the lowest level in 10
年. Real wages inflation adjusted wages have

JONES: Out of control.

MCDOWELL: — inflation adjusted wages this year have fallen every month
since Biden took office.

ティンプ: People were dancing in the streets, there are so excited everything
was going to be great and

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MCDOWELL: Trump said today, you miss me?

JONES: というのは, that has been his message for a while now.

TARLOV: I know and — はい.

グッドフィールド: But yet, you’re wearing red. 明らかに, this is a subliminal tribute
to Donald Trump.

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JONES: She stays in parties.

グッドフィールド: ジェシカ, you realizeyou realize you’ve made a mistake. それは
OK. It’s OK to admit you’re wrong. ところで, when Trump is reinstituted
as president

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TARLOV: それは 20 秒 —

JONES: はい.

TARLOV: — it’s coming right. And I just have a lot of (聞こえない) clothes
自宅で.

グッドフィールド: Which I think is a smart thing.

TARLOV: Joe Biden was out this week talking about a bipartisan
infrastructure deal which he was able to get done and can actually

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MCDOWELL: Which is falling apart because of Pelosi and Schumer.

TARLOV: それは — that’s funny kind of infrastructure joke, ところで, それ
it’s already falling apart.

MCDOWELL: It’s not because of his own people, ジェシカ. Nancy Pelosi saying,
ねえ, you’ve got to send us this $ 3.5 兆法案, which people are
backing away from because inflation is spiking and she’s holding up what is
a legitimate bipartisan deal is the win for Biden and she won’t give it to
彼女.

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JONES: We still got a

TARLOV: But you said where is Biden. I told where he was.

JONES: We’ve got a lot of TV left.

TARLOV: OK.

JONES: 次に, Governor Ron DeSantis stand off on President Biden on what
he calls the biggest threat to freedom of his lifetime. 次は.

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TARLOV: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis upping the ante in his battle with
the White House after a weeklong war of words over mask mandates. 今回
DeSantis accusing President Biden of crossing the line and clamping down on
freedoms.

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GOV. ロン・デサンティス (R-FL): They are basically saying that we are all just
subservient to medical authoritarianism. Whatever they think needs to be
終わり, we have to submit to it. あれは, it’s probably, タッカー, the most
significant threat to freedom in my lifetime, certainly since the fall of
the Berlin Wall.

They have this obsession with Florida. そして見て, obviously we are cutting
against the grain, we’re standing up to federal overreach and we are proud
to doing that.

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TARLOV: That play playing out while cities enforce new mandates.
Philadelphia forcing all unvaccinated city employees to be double masked
starting next month. A New York City restaurant sounding the alarm about
being forced to vaccination police for their customers.

そう, ローレンス, you are the resident libertarian at the table today.

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JONES: I got company today.

TARLOV: I’m going to ask you the exact same question. I said I’m prepared I
forgot.

JONES: はい.

TARLOV: Is this the greatest assault on freedom since the fall of the
Berlin Wall or we’re talking cable news hyperbole?

JONES: 上手, this is just the fact that a lot of people in power are
finally admitting to what they believe. And it’s not exclusive to
民主党. You got Asa Hutchinson as well, a Republican governor that is
doing the same thing.

And I find it troubling, especially when we have Arnold Schwarzenegger that
is saying the silent thing out loud now. It’s just, ええと, we don’t care
about your freedom. You do what we tell you to do. Just get the vaccine and
put a mask on. And time after time they continue to tell you that there is
science that supports this.

今, that’s obviously not true because every time you call them on the
理科, they cannot provide it for you especially they haven’t done the
necessary research, especially when it comes to the mask for the children.
But they continue to cite this.

But this was OK. And the reason why they got away with this for so long
because the narrative was that these were just Republican conservative,
MAGA country, white voters that believe this way.

Lo and behold, どうやら, they weren’t talking to black folks because a
lot of black folks are troubled by the vaccines. Because they don’t believe
初期化, because the government did something wrong with Tuskegee and all
those kids that are out today, I think the New York Times said only 28
percent of young black people are vaccinated in the city. そう, all the black
kids aren’t allowed in the stores and restaurants now.

It is a terrible strategy. And I’ll end with this. It’s going to pay
they’re going to pay at the ballot box when it’s all said and done. The one
number that Joe Biden was doing very well with was with COVID and he’s
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そう, I would be cautious on this issue. I do think it’s a little sketchy
that the CDC said that they just happen to mix up the numbers in Florida
because they were fighting with Ron DeSantis. I think that was what got
それら — it was doubled what they reported, so a lot of troubling things
happening right now.

TARLOV: そう, I want to pick up on one aspect about what Lawrence said, これ
is that there is no science to back this up. And I know that there has been
flip flopping on the mask in particular, but the science is very clear
about the vaccine itself and that it protects people. And if you are going
to get COVID you are going to get a mild case versus ending up on a
ventilator in the hospital. そう, isn’t that?

ティンプ: I got the vaccine. I got the vaccine.

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TARLOV: That’s why I’m sitting next to you.

ティンプ: I encourage other people to get the vaccine, talk to your doctor.
だけでなく, every now and then I like to just step back and do a sort of
bird’s eye view. Imagine this is two years ago and you’re seeing us all
sitting here debating about whether or not the government should have the
right to tell private businesses. That they need to require certain medical
documents from their patrons in order to allow them inside after they just
forced them to shut down for over a year, and they’re desperately trying to
make up that money.

または, ええと, if your kid is not, ええと, your two-year-old is not
wearing a face covering are they are or are they not a murderer. You would
think that there was a glitch in the matrix if you are watching this. そして
now we’re just supposed to, ええと, have it like it’s some normal
conversation. It’s not normal.

I got vaccinated. I followed the rules. 私は持っていた 30 people at my wedding which
です, ええと, Rashida Tlaib went to that wedding. It looks like there was a
lot more people than that there. OK. そう, I think that’s where people are
getting frustrated too is the hypocrisy.

But I really reject the whole new normal, ニューノーマル, this is OK idea. この
isn’t OK with me and it’s not OK with a lot of people because it’s not how
human beings are meant to live.

TARLOV: 同意する, it’s not OK with me either and I don’t love freedom as
much as Kat.

ティンプ: 大好きです.

TARLOV: But I’m listening to Ron DeSantis talk right now and it is
obviously been a big week for Cuomo who embarrassingly went on a press
旅行, he wrote a book, got an Emmy and all these things saying we beat
COVID in our state. And DeSantis is out there talking about it. And it is.
Even though the numbers weren’t as high as the CDC reported. Florida it
doesn’t matter.

JONES: It does matter.

TARLOV: They still are peaking in hospitals. They just got ventilators from
the federal government. 夜明けに, do you think this is appropriate?

MCDOWELL: I think what’s most inappropriate is that when you left out the
15,000 elderly people that Andy Cuomo killed and then lied about it and
covered it up and stick his gules on the grieving families. So that was the
biggest problem for him.

As far as Ron DeSantis, そう, I’m going to start calling Biden a freedom
clamper, like everybody who gets in my way you’re a freedom clamper. そう,
Ron DeSantis is the villain because he wants to giveand it’s really
about children under the age of 12 who are goinggoing to go to school
who can’t get vaccinated.

Do you force the parents to put a mask on their face? Ron DeSantis ops for
choice. But felonious Murphy, the governor or whatever his first name is in
ニュージャージー, is telling every school you haveevery parent in that state,
you want to talk about government overreach.

He’s selling every parent in that state you have to put a mask on your kid.
But nobody has that problem with Murphy, Just Murphy as one example. そしてで
terms of we have seen a heaping mound of garbage and dump, you know what in
the last year and a half 18 月, but the double masking in Philadelphia,
これ, ところで, you got two mask on, they don’t fit.

But you’re essentially telling the workers that one mask doesn’t work. 君は
have to wear two. That’s how stupid we are.

TARLOV: グレッグ, take us home.

グッドフィールド: OK. I have my Uber out in front.

There is a difference between the vax hesitant and the pro-vax lecturers.

JONES: 正しい.

グッドフィールド: The vax hesitant have a number of reasons and we don’t even bother
to ask whether they are immunocompromise, there’s a lot of women that are
worried about pregnancy. And I think it is safe for women who are pregnant
but it’s completely natural to be concerned about that.

I showedI showed a chart the other day that said that there are things
that are unknown about the vaccine even though I’m pro-vaccine. ザ・
difference between that and the pro-vax lecturers, and I’m talking about
the people that are being jerks, that actually think they can go and tell
you how to live is that they only see one thing. You have to get a
予防接種. みたいな, what if I can’t? What if I’m scared? What is I
looked at and I don’t want to do it? Who the hell I you?

And I do believe this bizarre squabble would not exist if someone was
someone out there, NS。, the media wasn’t pushing a conflict for the sake
of ratings. I think that when you subtract the media from every kind of
issue or story, the world is a better place.

And I’m saying that as aas a member of the media. That when we tack
when we tack on to something, it immediately turns it into the prism of two
ideas. It destroys the nuance.

And lastly, why authoritarianism is so frightening is that it appeals to
some inmate need of having power over others. And people can be easily
assigned an opinion that they didn’t have before. And that’s the key to the
pro-vaccine people. それですか, 一般的に, they shouldn’t care what you are
やって.

JONES: 正しい.

グッドフィールド: But they are being assigned an opinion to care. They are being
told you must be angry about this, でも本当に, あのね, 私は
vaccinated and I’m trying to get my family vaccinated. Whatever you do, 君は
行う. That’s life. 正しい? But they are having their opinion assigned to them.
番号, 番号, 番号. You must go after them. You must be part of the mob.

JONES: 正しい.

グッドフィールド: You must scare the crap out of

TARLOV: それは —

グッドフィールド: Got a little announcement.

TARLOV: はい. Pro-vax people

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MCDOWELL: Can I add something real quick, でも?

グッドフィールド: I think we’re having an announcement.

TARLOV: はい. OK. 次に, corporate America being put on notice over
criticism for pushing a woke political agenda. Goodbye maybe forever.

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MCDOWELL: Americans are fed up with corporations pushing woke politics from
Coca-Cola to Major League Baseball it seems like liberal ideology is
creeping in everywhere. Just this week American Express got called out for
telling employees capitalism is racist.

Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy is exposing how these giant companies mix
politics with business and use it to influence our lives. He has a new book
coming out calledWoke Incorporatedand a special airing this Sunday on
Fox News at 10 午後. Eastern and it will also be available on Fox Nation
that day. Here’s a preview.

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ヴィヴェック・ラマスワミー, 著者, WOKE, INC.: I think there is now as I said before,
a Chinese word for wokeness, ‘biteswo.They understand this game far more
deeply than any of us do. And I think that they are now using wokeism as a
geopolitical tool to advance their own agenda.

マイクポンペオ, 元米国. SECRETARY OF STATE: There’s nothing like getting
it wrong here at home. If we aren’t focused on the things that matter, インクルード
values that the founders left to us that understanding of our republic,
then the Chinese Communist Party will have the space.

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MCDOWELL: ヴィヴェック, thanks so much for being here. How bad does it have to get
before corporations stop doing this?

ラマスワミー: 上手, 実際には, how bad it’s gotten is actually feeding even
worse behavior going forward because that’s what I was talking about right
そこの. They are effectively doing what allows them to make the most money
at the expense of American interest. They will go to China. They won’t see
a peep about injustice in China but they will constantly criticize alleged
social injustice here at home which has geopolitical consequences that
weaken us compared to China.

And that’s just the first part of it. The real threat that I talk about in
the special is this is a threat to American democracy, where each of us
should have a say in what constitutes our moral values rather than a small
group of CEOs and investors.

グッドフィールド: ヴィヴェック, you were on my show, I don’t know a couple weeks ago and we
were talking about how this is kind of misdirection.

ラマスワミー: はい.

グッドフィールド: That the corporations go woke so you won’t pay actually attention
to the outrageous profits they make, the high interest rates and their
slogans like membership has its privileges. As theyas they lecture
their employees on privilege, they are charging outrageous high-interest
マスクの義務があるミシガン州の学校は、義務のない学校と「同様の」COVID症例率を持っています. それは — what they’re trying to do is to be dumb activists, ねえ,
look over here while we can still do this.

そう, I thought I had an idea. What ifwhat if we ask American Express to
put their money where their mouth is and cancel credit card debt, $ 800
十億, 正しい? If you really believe in social justice and equity, どうして
don’t you do the right thing and — みたいです, 五 — I think it’s five
million Americans are havingit’s an average of $ 5,000 a debt. Why don’t
they do that?

ラマスワミー: そう, グレッグ, you just nailed it. These companies blow woke smoke to
cover the topics they’d rather not be talking about. That is what this
whole charade is about. Finding about American Express, you nailed it, です
their black card doesn’t apply to Black people. It actually applies to
people who spend millions of dollars per year.

そう, there’s the first commandment of woke capitalism, which is the more
ruthless your business is, the more woke you have to act. That is the game.
That is the charade. And I think the first step in solving the problem is
actually just putting some sunlight on the issue. Putting sunlight on the
issue exposes the hypocrisy and doesn’t let them have it both ways.

MCDOWELL: I have to correct you, でも, because it’s not smoke because
smoke raises the Earth’s temperature. It is like harmless vapor that
they’re blowing.

ラマスワミー: 上手, climate change is indeed one of their favorite topics,
especially the racially disparate impact of climate change, これは
great way of changing the topic from economic injustice which corporations
love to do.

MCDOWELL: はい, 環境 — it’s environmental racism.

JONES: そう, ヴィヴェック, Greg hit on something. そう, my big question is, COVIDのテストではなく
actually believe in this stuff? They promised $ 50 billion all these
companies to Black causes. They’ve only given out $ 250 百万. それは
article in the Wall Street Journal unfortunate. そう, is this all about
月曜日の知事は、月曜日の専門家との円卓会議中に子供たちの要件を隠すことに反対を繰り返した, and not actually putting the money where the mouth is?

ラマスワミー: I think it is mostly about virtue signaling. And here’s the
problem with virtue signaling is at some point, signaling your virtue
becomes more important than being virtuous itself. And I think you take a
company like Unilever, which talks about the immutable laws of
intersectionality according to its CEO, Alan Jope, yet does not pay its
Kenyan tea pickers who are ultimately raped, ある場合には, 殺されて
maimed by their own colleagues who are now seeking justice from Unilever.
And Unilever is denying that to them. That’s one of things I’ve talked
about in the book. That’s one of the rules of how this game is actually
遊んだ.

しかし、一日の終わりに, I think it’s even worse when some of them are
authentic about it. Jack Dorsey isn’t doing it just to make an extra buck.
He has enough bucks. Some of these guys who are doing it authentically are
even worse. They’re using their market power to exercise undue influence in
the marketplace of ideas. そう, it’s a little bit of both.

ティンプ: ええ, I have I have a question. 上手, piggybacking off what a lot of
people said here, they’re not really doing anything. I hear about a lot of
seminars, 正しい, これは, as far as I understand it, you sit there, 君は
eat sandwiches. If they really cared, why do these people go out and
volunteer? And why aren’t more people calling them out on that?

I think a lot of it is they make people afraid. How do people get beyond
this fear of saying, you’re not really woke, you’re just sitting there
eating sandwiches and listening to somebody say crazy stuff.

ラマスワミー: It is this new culture of fear in every direction. しかし、
corporate America, the way it works, is you’d rather be talking about woke
values or applauding diversity and inclusion, or applauding equity or
musing about the racially disparate impact of climate change, than you
would be talking about Occupy Wall Street, which is actually when I think
all of this began, 後に ’08 ダンカンとラルストンはどちらも、ケンプがこの問題でリーダーシップを発揮したことを称賛し、アメリカのエネルギー価格の上昇によってグルジア人にかかる圧倒的な経済的負担を支援することを誓った。, Wall Street was scared
of Occupy Wall Street. But getting on these woke values, that was actually
really easy. そう, that’s when all of this began in the last decade is really
the aftereffect of what’s happened since then.

MCDOWELL: ジェシカ.

TARLOV: こんにちは, ヴィヴェック. They save the wokest for last. I was particularly taken
by what we saw in the little preview where you said that wokism is being
used as a geopolitical tool. Can you expound on that a little bit more?

ラマスワミー: 承知しました. そう, 効果的に, the way it works in China is they will
build a great Chinese wall that prevents you from entering the Chinese
market if you criticize the CCP, but they will roll out the red carpet if
you criticize the United States. そう, if you take Disney, they said they
couldn’t film it in the state of Georgia if Georgia passes a new anti-
abortion statute, but they filmed Milan in the Xinjiang province of China
which is ground zero of the Uyghur human rights crisis, and they actually
praise the CCP.

And what that allows China to do is when they get pressed on their human
rights issues by the U.N., by the E.U., the thing that Xi Jinping now says
is that Black Lives Matter shows that the United States is no better
because the international arbiters of moral justice, the supposedly neutral
corporations are praising China while they’re criticizing the United
州.

そう, I think that’s actually dangerous geopolitically. It undermines our
greatest asset which isn’t our nuclear arsenal, it is our moral standing on
the global stage. That’s what’s at stake here.

MCDOWELL: Exceptionalism. ありがとう, ヴィヴェック. どうもありがとう, ヴィヴェック. Great to
see you. I can’t wait to watch the show, read the book. “WOKE INCORPORATED
is this Sunday night at 10:00 午後. 東部. どうもありがとう, ヴィヴェック. Up
次, a nightmare for potheads everywhere. Marijuana is making climate
change worse. グレッグ?

(商業休憩)

ティンプ: Some troubling news for progressives who love pot. A new report says
carbon emissions from growing marijuana pose a huge threat to the climate.
例えば, most cannabis setups use 40 times more energy compared to
producing things like lettuce. The average operation consumes more power
より 14 typical homes.

まず第一に, I don’t understand the premise of this study because every
記事, it had the whole 40 times more than lettuce, but I don’t know why
we’re comparing weed in lettuce. They’re not the same make a swap in your
salad. If don’t believe me, you’ll have a very different afternoon.

ローレンス, what’s the alternative, just illegal weed then? というのは, 私はしません
get it.

JONES: 上手, I think they’re targeting the people that produce weed
屋内. But that’s the most expensive weed because they can control the
environment and make it better. I know a lot about weed. The reason is
because I think people should be able to do whatever they want to do. そして私
just think this is just a reason to attack the industry is a lot of people
locked up for this. 好きじゃない.

But honestly, this is not a conservative-like fight. お気に入り, you liberals
duke it out. お気に入り, it’s the green people and liberal green people fighting
it up. The Conservatives and Libertarians are like

ティンプ: はい, I’m over here and like, legalize heroin for like 10 年.

JONES: It’s not our fight.

ティンプ: Not my fight.

JONES: Let them duke it out.

ティンプ: ジェシカ, it also this study acknowledges that the illegal drug
market actually uses even more, ええと, fossil fuels. そう, why isn’t this
why do we care?

TARLOV: 知りません.

ティンプ: Do you care? I heard you couldn’t sleep last night.

TARLOV: I couldn’t sleep. I’m with my dirty dresses, which is why I’m in
red. 番号, I don’t care. And I think that the country is moving in the right
direction though too slowly about the legalization of drugs. There are too
many people obviously behind bars for petty offenses.

But I think the real problem is that the pot industry is booming, そしてそれ
people who were typically in charge don’t have control of it. そう, you have
small entrepreneurs, a lot of them. You have a lot of minority
entrepreneurs that are now making millions and millions of dollars off of
legalized weed and that pisses off people in positions of power.

And then as someone who works in polling, they come and they commissioned a
poll and study to say this is garbage. And then it gets out there and
everyone still gets high.

ティンプ: And everyone still gets high.

TARLOV: Everyone still gets high.

ティンプ: Everyone still gets high. What’s better, legal or, ええと,
increasing the demand for the supply of the cartels and putting people in
prison who don’t deserve it? そしてまた, 夜明けに, 80,000 jobs out. それは
constant economic boom. What’s bad?

MCDOWELL: Nothing is bad. I don’t understand that any of these green progs
not like take marketing. Why go after everything that we love, weed, steak,
車, and Bitcoin?

ティンプ: It’s a great afternoon.

MCDOWELL: あれは — that is the best — 正しい, that is the best Saturday
night ever. そう, why do they go after things that we like so then they make
us hate them? They need to get people on board, 正しい?

ティンプ: はい.

MCDOWELL: 再び, like weed over lettuce. お気に入り, choose weed over

ティンプ: はい, what do you want to do this weekend, グレッグ?

MCDOWELL: What do you want to givewhat do you want to give

ティンプ: Weed or lettuce? というのは, あなたの考えは何ですか, グレッグ?

グッドフィールド: I wantwhat I would like to see is I would like to see this
whoever is complaining about this, actually directly address the illegal
drug market. I would like to see Bill Nye, the Science Guy, go to South
Compton and lecture a Blood or a Crip about whatever’s going on, or go
Southside Chicago. I want to see you talk to the Mexican drug gangs and
lecture them.

But the thinghere’s the deal. みたいな, part of me says you can’t let
pot off the hook if they’re not letting everything else off the hook,
正しい? Everything gasoline, 割れ目, everything is said to get. But it goes
to the eternal climate activist equation. Anything produced by humans that
makes our lives better is bad for the planet. And everything that is more
expensive in which the wealthy can handle and unreliable energy-wise, お気に入り
ソーラーパネル, or only made in China cheaply, is the solution.

そう, what happens is we are dealing with a lot of people who have climate
特権, 正しい? You have people living in Malibu who talked about how
it’s getting hotter, and they don’t realize that warming temperatures save
more lives in other parts of the world. That doesn’t interest them. そして
they can afford it. They can afford the alternative energies. A lot of
people can’t This is more snobbery, but I still would like to see Bill Nye,
the Science Guy

JONES: Are you saying though that we may be the great unifier and take down
to climate activists?

グッドフィールド: I think you know what it is. It’s like what we said in the
始まり. It’s going to be fun to watch if they fight it out themselves,
but I don’t think they will.

JONES: They won’t.

ティンプ: They won’t.

グッドフィールド: They would rather go after — ええと, oil in Texas than pot, 君は
知っている, in the village.

ティンプ: Pot in every village. “FAN MAIL FRIDAY” しかし、私はなぜ人々が.

(商業休憩)

グッドフィールド: そうそう, それは “FAN MAIL FRIDAY.I love getting fan mail. We’re
answering your questions. First question from JustMeMarry57, that means
あった 56 JustMeMarys before her. Are you a planner or youdo you
just wing it? Believe me, I had a plan even asking that question. 夜明けに,
you’re a planner, 正しい?

MCDOWELL: はい, is the stack of research for the three segments that we’ve
done or four, is that the — はい, the giveaway? I get high anxiety and
panic attacks if I’m not planning. 私は違います — I’m not a winger at all.

グッドフィールド: You have to plan, ローレンス, in order to wing.

JONES: 上手, I thought I was a planner until I got into this business
because they just mess up your schedule. Breaking news, you got to — 君は
just got to go with the flow.

グッドフィールド: それは本当だ.

JONES: I think this job made me go with the flow more.

グッドフィールド: あのね, これは — ジェシカ, this is why I could never do
FOX AND FRIENDS.

ティンプ: I’m just going to say, you got to plan like three days ahead to get
up that early.

JONES: There’s no planning. There’s no planning.

グッドフィールド: It’s either planning for your entire life or you just have to wing
it for four hours like Kilmeade does.

TARLOV: You said that, I did not. I’m a big planner too. I think in my
advanced age, like in my 30s, I’ve gotten more comfortable with like not
having a reservation. But just for dinner, one night.

ティンプ: I’m a planner too because I getI have too much anxiety. 私は持っています
too much anxiety.

TARLOV: We have no wingers at the table.

ティンプ: 番号, I’m a planner.

グッドフィールド: あのね? Successful people plan.

JONES: 正しい.

グッドフィールド: Unsuccessful people winging it, and then you pay the price of
they’re winging it andyou always had the friend that says, ラッセルディッカーソンは、「すべての」カントリーミュージックに対する彼の愛情を詳しく説明しています, おとこ,
we’ll just get there. We’ll figure it out.

ティンプ: You work at Spencer’s. You can calm down.

グッドフィールド: はい.

MCDOWELL: He’s the one who’s then call me two days later to borrow $ 100. 沿って
the way, you now you plan forFOX AND FRIENDS?” You sleep in your clothes.
That’s what I do.

JONES: そのとおり.

グッドフィールド: But I already do that. 大丈夫, one question. What was your
favorite lunch in the high school cafeteria? We’ll go this way. キャット.

ティンプ: I used to just always have french fries and squirt because I’m not
really wasn’t very hungry at lunch because I took Adderall. I have ADHD.
I’m getting it prescribed.

JONES: 番号.

ティンプ: ええと, 明らかに, I’m like the poster child for ADHD.

グッドフィールド: What else do you have, キャット?

ティンプ: Big breakfast, anxiety and depression. Those are the big three.

グッドフィールド: その後, what’s the other one?

ティンプ: Big breakfast, then the Adderall, and then big dinner?

グッドフィールド: What’s the other one you have? You smell

ティンプ: Anxiety, うつ — lexical gustatory synesthesia. I taste words.

グッドフィールド: She tastes words. 大丈夫, cup.

ティンプ: それは — it’s not every single word. The word single, stick of
doublemint gum.

グッドフィールド: 大丈夫, ジェシカ.

TARLOV: Taco day. Taco day was unbelievable, unrivaled, unlimited, すべて —

グッドフィールド: 番号, it didn’t have to

JONES: 番号, I don’t trust the meat.

グッドフィールド: 番号?

TARLOV: It’s fine. It’s better if it’s not real meat.

JONES: 番号. My favorite was breakfast pizza. And it’s only once a month when
they did it.

グッドフィールド: I used to make that in the morning by accident. I don’t know why I
と言いました. 夜明けに?

MCDOWELL: Tots.

JONES: I heard about those.

グッドフィールド: ああ. We didn’t have that in grade school. We had leftover
doughnuts. そう, the next day they bring a big garbage bag full of doughnuts.
And they were hardthey were as hard as bagels. But they only cost like
a nickel, so I’d buy a bunch of cinnamon rolls and sit in a corner.

JONES: ワオ, you’re old. There were a nickel back then?

グッドフィールド: はい, あった. A lot of things were a nickel back then. Let me
tell you a story. 大丈夫, “一年中アーカンソーについても考えていませんでした” しかし、私はなぜ人々が.

(商業休憩)

JONES: OK, お帰りなさい. It’s time for “もう一つ。” グレッグ?

グッドフィールド: 大丈夫, 今晩, ビデオ全体がビデオにキャプチャされ、によって取得されました “グッドフィールド!” and it is awesome. Of
コース, 我々は持っています — Kat Timpf is on, but we also have Dagen. And we got Joey
Jones and we got Tom Shillue. It’s what they call a barnburner. 一年中アーカンソーについても考えていませんでした
to arsonists. Let’s do this.

Greg’s pool toy news. You know the key to an excellent pool toy is getting
one that fits your body and getting into the pool toy before people can see
you struggle to get in. Check out this fellow here. He knows exactly how to
enjoy a pool toy. Not that he isnot that he’s relaxed, but he’s also
he’s dog paddling. He’s actually dog paddling. The onlyhe gets a minus
one on this because there is nothere’s no cup holder on his flamingo. 私
believe that is the flamingo.

But look at that. It’s a littleI’m sorry women here that you have to
see that open shot, but we willwe will blur that in the repeat.
Disgusting. I think he’s been neutered.

JONES: 夜明けに?

グッドフィールド: 私は何を知っていますか?

MCDOWELL: そう, what were you doing when you were eight months old? ない
training for Taekwondo. Here is super baby Joshua. He is now 2 年.
His dad who is also a martial arts master, 40 years he’s been in martial
arts, recognized his son’s potential. This needs some sound effects, これ
I will not provide.

JONES: But check out that form. Look at the form.

MCDOWELL: はい, 丁度. そう, that’s — そこに行きます, super baby, Taekwondo
masters.

JONES: That kid is going to cause a lot of problems. 大丈夫, キャット.

ティンプ: 大丈夫, 上手, 見て, this guy, he was being arrested, OK. 彼がいた
being arrested onin Oklahoma on suspicion of stealing copper wires,
some other stuff. But he managed to steal an ATV. And then while he was
handcuffed, he led them on a high-speed chase. そう, it’s I will say on anti-
[object Window], I’m anti evading the police. But being able to drive with that level
of skill while you’re handcuffed, that is impressive.

グッドフィールド: And you know that fromyou know that from experience, キャット.

ティンプ: 番号, I’ve actually never been arrested.

グッドフィールド: But you have been handcuffed.

ティンプ: 上手 —

グッドフィールド: You walked right into that.

JONES: はい, you did. ジェシカ?

ティンプ: That’s nothing to be ashamed of.

JONES: I’ve never seen Kat in bears.

ティンプ: 番号, 私は違います. I think you should be. Another law is watching.

JONES: ジェシカ.

TARLOV: 大丈夫, so if you build it, they will come, and the fan did
来て. 昨夜, in the Iowa cornfields, the Yankees and Chicago White Sox
played the much-hyped Field of Dreams game.

JONES: Look that walk-off.

TARLOV: Baseball isn’t really my favorite, but I was totally captivated by
this one. Major League Baseball put on a real masterclass and nostalgia
with throwback jerseys and home runs soaring into the corn stocks. 私は
watching with two Yankees fans who couldn’t believe our ninth inning luck
with Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton home runs to take the lead.

But nostalgia one out, Chicago had the answer. We then watch Eight Men Out,
a late 80s movie depicting the throne World Series that landed all these
baseball greats and Kevin Costner’s Field of Dreams, big baseball night,
huge ratings. 「ダン・ボンジーノとのフィルタリングなし」で将来について話し合う.

JONES: America’s sport. 大丈夫, now it’s really footballs. 大丈夫,
it’s my turn. I want to wish a happy birthday to Gail, this badass granny
from Pennsylvania, 誰が向きを変えた 100 先週. For her major milestone, 彼女
was greeted with a surprise from her local Motorcycle Club. The Red Knights
Guild has been riding her whole life but had to get her rideher last
ride at 93. The Red Knights gave herGail the ride of her lifetime. And here’s 100 more years to you Gail.

I’ll be doing double duty today to 7:00 午後. 公演. 明日, “FOX AND
FRIENDS” 6:00 午前. その後, at night, “JUSTICE WITH JUDGE JEANINE.Thank
you so much, みんな. You all have a great weekend. See you all later.

グッドフィールド: That’s a lot of work.

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