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ジェシー・ワターズ, FOXニュースホスト: こんにちは, みんな. I’m Jesse Watters along with Greg Gutfeld, Gillian Turner, ハロルド・フォード, ジュニア. and Dagen McDowell. ニューヨーク市の5時です, and this is THE FIVE.
ジェン・サキ, ホワイトハウス報道官: My advice to everyone out there who is frustrated, 悲しい, 怒っている, pissed off, feel those emotions, go to kickboxing class, have a margarita, do whatever you need to do this weekend, and then wake up on Monday morning we got to keep fighting.
ワッターズ: It’s been a doozy of a week for the Biden White House after Joe bombed during his one-year news conference. そう, the White House has a new plan. The president will take a backseat on trying to pass his agenda that the country hates, 代わりに, Joe is going to go on tour to try to convince Americans to like him again.
PSAKI: It’s a reflection of how he wants to spend his time, and his recognition that he wants to spend more time out in the country and less time behind closed doors negotiating.
It’s a reflection of how our own — of his view, which we share — of how he can best use his time, and there is nothing more valuable than the president’s time.
ワッターズ: but Joe may need to lend some of his delusional confidence to his V.P. after Kamala Harris summed up their first year in this less than inspiring way.
カマラハリス, アメリカ合衆国の副大統領: The first year of the Biden/Harris administration, it is a time that is defined, a time that is defined by uncertainty. The people on this Zoom have been steadfast. And you have never stopped believing in what is possible and, in our work, to achieve that future together.
ワッターズ: And don’t you dare question Biden about his shaky policies, or he will give you a stern talking to.
JACQUI HEINRICH, これはなされなければならない議論です: Why are you waiting on Putin to make the first move?
ジョー・バイデン, アメリカ合衆国大統領: What a stupid question.
ワッターズ: Biden’s first year has been such a bust that even Time magazine put out this very special cover to commemorate his time in the Oval Office, but all it does is remind people how bleak the last year has been.
そう, グレッグ, ええと, you’ve just got to have a drink, you got to go to kickboxing class. Isn’t that obvious?
グレッグ・ガットフェルド, FOXニュースホスト: She is my kind of lady. When you are faced with serial — serious problems, resort to violence and booze. Beat someone up, perhaps a stranger, get loaded, marry me, you red devil. She is the — she is the best thing about this administration.
というのは, just compare to how she was speaking to the vice president, 正しい? みたいな, there is just no — there is no competition. But I think that Sally Field strategy for President Biden, not going to work. 大丈夫? ええと, it’s not this – そうではありません — we’ve come to the conclusion that less is more with Joe. Wildly popular when he was chained to the rusted Peloton bike, or Soloflex — got to get my analogies straight — in the basement.
And then when he came out of the basement, the numbers dropped. そう, you don’t actually want to push him out. Here’s a better path for Joe if it’s not too late. Stand up to the woke. Stir your party away from the progressive abyss, and once and for all burn your race card.
Because every time you play the race card, you may forget about it, but we all remember it. 正しい? というのは, he doesn’t remember the things he says about this person and that person. But in this case, we do remember. The idea of him getting out of D.C. to make everybody feel good, というのは, it’s just going to be like a back rub bus tour, or is it going to be like a –is it going to be like boxcar Biden with magic fingers on a train?
It’s just — all it’s going to do is it’s just going to remind you that the guy that was before him wasn’t so bad. Biden has been a real boom for Trump. Because we all got a four year — we are getting a break to look back and go wow, the orange Godzilla. はい, he did a lot of good stuff. You he did all right. 彼が得た — he was able to quell like North Korea. We had those Middle East peace accords. We had a vaccine. We have an explosive economy before COVID.
He was the first me — すみません, I spit. He is the first guy to really go off on China. And then everybody had to catch up with him. そう, ええと, so we had this break. It’s really benefit — benefited Trump, but it’s also the Republican Party. 正しい? They are like, they are suddenly the popular kid at the party, and they haven’t done anything yet.
そう, my advice to them is don’t get cocky. And instead of doing politics, think about the people. The issues are there. あなたが得た — you got crime! You got inflation! You got food prices, you got schools, you got freedom. というのは, stop playing politics, 共和党員, help the people. Then they win. That’s my advice.
ワッターズ: Can we — can we get Friday Greg the whole week, or do we just have to get him on Friday?
グッドフィールド: 私, ええと, I just want to go to a bar. OK? Everybody is out. My staff is already across the street drinking, and I’m sitting here in my studio all by myself staring at Harold Ford which, ところで, makes me a very lucky man.
GILLIAN TURNER, これはなされなければならない議論です: そう, I have reached out to the White House for comments —
TURNER: — on Greg’s marriage proposal for the press secretary, I will let you know as soon as she gets back.
グッドフィールド: はい. It would be polygamous.
ワッターズ: OK. そう, Gillian, does Greg’s strategy sound plausible, or do you think Joe getting into the country, like every president says they are going to do, I got to get out of the White House. Do you think that has a better chance of resuscitating him?
TURNER: というのは, the president keeps saying over and over, he said at this press conference two days ago that his biggest big kahuna problem right now is the Republican Party. It’s opposition to his party. He says Republicans are blocking his build back legislation, they are blocking his voting rights legislation, he says conservatives at the Supreme Court are blocking his mask mandate.
But the reality for the president is that his party is in charge of the White House, the Senate, 家. He is never going to have a smoother path forward for implementing his agenda than he has right now today.
Just checking my e-mail we’ve heard back from Jen Psaki, she says a lot of hope, but no chance.
ワッターズ: A striking out as always, 氏. グットフェルド.
グッドフィールド: Thank God I’m married.
ワッターズ: はい. というのは, not that it matters these days.
TURNER: That’s always have to fall back on.
ワッターズ: そのとおり. 大丈夫. ハロルド・フォード, ジュニア, you know what this sounds like when the president says I’m going to get out in the country and get out of the White House? It sounds like he’s just going to go to more fund-raisers. それがすべてではありません? Raise more money and try to stem the losses in the midterms?
HAROLD FORD, JR., FOXニュース寄稿者: 上手, I think that stemming the losses is certainly the — probably the focus, and maybe the motivation for it, but I think successful presidents never try to get in front of the people or behind the people. They try to meet people and walk alongside them.
FORD: We’ve had presidents in the past that have gone through turbulence. 明らかに, Reagan did. He had one point was in the mid-30s and his administration, then in 1982 he came back and won. Clinton was in the high 30s, he came back and won. But Obama was at 42 when Obamacare passed, he came back and won. Trump was at 39 and he didn’t come back and win, and Carter found himself in the ’40s and he didn’t come back and win.
I think you have to look back if I were President Biden, you look back at those teams and you figure out what did to do. And this is where — this is where Greg was right. You have to focus on where people are. Crime is the issue that has to be focused on in so many communities across the country. I was pleased to see Bragg —
TURNER: And the economy.
FORD: — D.A. Bragg here in New York today — let me get back to that. But I think crime on my — まず第一に, the economy is not doing as bad as some would suggest, we’ve got to figure out how we get to the supply chain clog, but crime is an issue that you can lose on.
Clinton lost in ’94, the crime bill and crime itself hurt him in many ways. そう, the crime, and to your point, Gillian, 経済, meaning inflation and the supply chain and the border. And I thought I was glad to hear the president the other day in his remarks in his press conference say that he’s going to be president now and not try to be a committee chairman in the Senate or a majority leader. Leave that to the legislative branch.
そして最後に, 氏. 大統領, it’s best to be like a great cornerback or like Ted Lasso who say you forget that last play. Forget what happened over those last few months and move forward. Find ways to solve problems. Don’t just do the same thing.
I’m pleased to see him get into the country. He should have been in Ohio today with the intel chief as they announce that $ 20 billion investment to build semiconductor chips in America. We ought to identify other cities that can be innovation hubs as well. That’s what I would do if I were in that White House, and I think the president is trying as hard to do that.
グッドフィールド: いつか, ハロルド! One-day! With me as your speechwriter, we are going places.
TURNER: To the bad.
ワッターズ: That would be the first thing I didn’t do. 大丈夫, 夜明けに. Is there going to be a Biden comeback, or is the writing on the wall?
DAGEN MCDOWELL, FOX NEWS BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT: 番号, there is going to be no Biden come back, because he has been fully indoctrinated by the far left, and he is not changing course. Going out and seeing people is just trying to convince the rubes and the deplorables that everything is actually great. He is not changing course because he can’t see the failures that have developed from his policy.
He goes out and thinks everything is OK. And as evidence of that, ところで, anywhere Biden goes in this country except maybe New York City, and even here, he is going to get booed. And that kind of makes me feel good on the inside. ザックステイシー, but I like when people, ええと, suffer in public. Just a little bit.
ワッターズ: ワオ. You should hang out with me.
MCDOWELL: But just one quick thing. The most stunning thing for me from that press conference was Joe Biden talking about getting more advice from outside experts, —
MCDOWELL: — from academia to editorial writers and think tanks. There’s are fanatical jack jaws that he is going to for advice, and lo and behold, what are we already starting to hear? L.A. Times editorial, CNN headline, price controls. The government needs to implement price controls because we don’t have enough shortages right now. We really want to kill businesses and have not just your grocery store shelves empty, but Home Depot, Lowes, あなたはそれに名前を付けます. You are not going to be able to find anything. そう, I think Joe Biden is not changing, except maybe for the worse.
ワッターズ: はい, I’d fire the experts if I were Joe Biden. 大丈夫. We’ve got to go. We’ve got to hurry up to kickboxing and drinks. そう, let’s get moving. 次に, Democrats literally forced to clean up the mad max style crime insanity that their policies have unleashed.
GILLIAN: Liberal leaders are speaking out now about a surge in violent crime. President Biden met today with big city mayors and talk about what to do about the problem, he also pledged a whole more money for the police departments.
その間, California’s Governor, that’s Gavin Newsom, rolled up his sleeves and started picking up trash right off of the train tracks, this after an explosion in train robberies has left L.A. littered with discarded packages.
GOV. ギャビン・ニューサム (Dのような): It looked like a third world country, these images. The drone images that were on the nightly news. How do we make sure we don’t have to keep coming back? How do we secure the site? How do we do a better job of making sure that this does not have to continue to happen? This is the supply chain. I know all of us are focused down on the water it’s so damn beautiful and everybody is just focused on containers at the ports, 「レームダック社長.
TURNER: While promising to crack down on crime, the Democratic governor also was very careful with his words. 聞いてください.
NEWSOM: This is organized theft. These are organized gangs of people that are coming — and forgive me for saying gangs. I know that that — that’s not a pejorative. They are organized groups of folks that move from site to site.
TURNER: 上手, グレッグ, you heard the governor there. He said all these robberies are making his state look bad. He also says it is a supply chain problem, a supply chain problem. Is that why all the grocery store shelves are empty again?
グッドフィールド: 最初, I just want to say it’s good to see you back after becoming a birthing person, Gillian.
グッドフィールド: I trust — I trust you have not picked the gender yet you are waiting for the right time.
TURNER: そう, we are going to leave it up to you. ありがとうございました.
グッドフィールド: そう, that’s why I’ve decided — and I will let you know in a gender reveal. ええと, what was he just talking about that he is apologizing for saying gang?
グッドフィールド: Like he afraid that he was insulting the criminals. ええと, these gangs, 待つ, roving criminals. というのは, that was bizarre. So why did it take so long for Democrats to prioritize crime when it was — when Americans were suffering for almost two years? Why did they choose to chase the voting bill, or climate — their climate agenda?
It’s simple. Because you can’t chase a problem that everyone knows you caused. 正しい? It’s like saying crime is out of control, as a progressive Democrat, everybody looks at you and go, 上手, it’s not on you. そう, they have to avoid it, また, 彼らの — who they consider adversaries, which should be people like us on Fox or Republicans, this is a really key issue for them.
など, the Democrats can’t be seen like agreeing with us, because that would be betrayal. そう, they would rather pick a stupid stance, ええと, like bailing out looters, 正しい? Or no cash bail than actually common sense, because the common sense is aligned other people.
そう, they kind of despise us more than they despise the thugs, so that’s why the thugs are out there. Newsom should repeal a bunch of those laws that allow people to shoplift like $ 900 worth of crap. That would be a start, instead of this symbolic — this symbolic virtue signaling that he does outside. This is not a practical solution what he is doing. This is for us to do segments, そしてそれはうまくいった.
TURNER: ハロルド, I’m going to come to you next to respond, because these are your people. そう, in the span of two days, we had Nancy Pelosi saying, ええと, crime is my number one issue, then the president says I want to give police departments more money. 何が?
FORD: そう, I think we should be careful not to frame this in a partisan way. The cities of Miami, ジャクソンビル, タルサ, Fort Worth all have Republican mayors, and some of those have Republican governors, but I wouldn’t dare call this something that they want or are enabling.
I do think Greg is right too, in the extent when he says that the Democrats have not come out strong enough. Some of our rank and file around defunding, and some of our rank and file around some of this cash bail reform. I would hope that every D.A., and every police chief, and a lot of Democratic police chiefs and a lot of Democratic mayors including Eric Adams who I would argue is probably to the right of President Biden on some of these issues. And perhaps, some of the mainstream talk in my party around what to do and how to prosecute crime.
But one thing is clear. No Black American, no Democrat that I socialize with and I am one, 望む — wants high crime rates, wants high homicide rates, or wants to have to clean debris off of railroads.
I would hope that mayors around the country and many of them are in Washington today — the president spoke with them. I would imagine that many of them probably asked this president to help with bail reform, help us with the mental health initiative, help us to ensure that those of us who have public transit systems that we’re able to prosecute, 逮捕, and make safe havens there on subway platforms all across the — 全国で.
I didn’t mean to jump start this conversation in the last segment, but I’m glad that the district attorney of New York met with business leaders today, and I’m glad they expressed very clearly to him that without a public transit system, without a safe one and we’ve all commented on this, New York won’t be New York. Our economy can’t thrive.
そう, I hope Democrats and Republicans — those who have been wrong, 正しくなる, and those who have been right all along, continue to amplify your voice.
TURNER: ジェシー, the Transportation Security Administration, the TSA confirmed to Fox News now that they are allowing undocumented immigrants, people who are in the United States illegally to use their homeland security issued arrest warrants as I.D. at airport security checkpoints, those arrest warrants are used to cross-check with CBP databases.
私の知る限り, this is great news for you, because now you don’t have to bring your passport anymore, you can just bring your arrest warrant. You must have multiple, ジェシー.
ワッターズ: Multiple, 非常に, very devious behavior on my part. And I will submit to a full body search. But I want to not gloat for a second. A lot of people are going to be shocked when I tell you this. I’m not going to trash the Democrats here. Don’t change the channel, just hear me out.
The Democrats have come around on crime. Let’s take the win. The Democrats have come around on lockdowns, on school closings. They have finally woken up to the train wreck of the Biden presidency. I’m not going to spike the football. I’m just going to accept it. 大丈夫?
そう, I don’t think their intentions are pure, 明らかに. It’s very suspicious that Pelosi, ニューサム, and Biden on the same day, are laser focused on crime. That tells me this. That tells me a polling memo went out that the Democrats saw, looked at, and said holy cow, we are all going to lose our seats.
今, a crime is not when someone steals your car or takes your wallet. A crime is when someone steals the Democrats’ seat in Congress. That’s what they care about. Same thing happened after the 2020 summer riots. 覚えておいてください? They didn’t give a damn all summer until the polling memo went out in August, and Don Lemon said, みんな, you guys are going to get crushed.
ええと, bad polls are like smelling salts. It wakes the Democratic Party up. ええと, それ — that is the real issue. Now also, did you notice how Gavin Newsom didn’t really care about the criminals or the crime itself? He cares about the image of the crime. He cares about how it looks on television. Did you see the drone footage? It was on the network news.
というのは, 彼 — it’s really like a P.R. thing for him. It’s so superficial, and I fear that good-looking guys with great hair are just —
ワッターズ: — so superficial it’s giving us a bad name.
グッドフィールド: It’s so true.
TURNER: そう, hand-in-hand with what Greg just said, ええと, the optics, ええと, why he concerned about, what he calls these criminals.
TURNER: 夜明けに, I obviously save the loveliest for last.
MCDOWELL: ありがとうございました. Greg is offended. Gavin Newsom has his eye on higher office, 一番. And these pictures were embarrassing to him. また, Union Pacific, the railroad wrote George Gascon, the district attorney in Los Angeles County, a two-page letter, essentially telling him if you don’t start prosecuting me these crimes. They wrote him the letter.
Even with all the arrests made, the no cash bail policy and the extended time frame for suspects to appear in court is causing revictimization to Union Pacific employees by the same criminals to the railroads and to the employees. And they said we are taking our business out of L.A. County potentially.
MCDOWELL: そう, what happens is Gavin Newsom knows this is the beginning of a downward spiral, a financial death spiral for any city and state if the businesses leave, your tax base leaves, even your more wealthy taxpayers will leave. その後, lower income Californians are left behind and you can’t recover from that.
But to Greg’s point, I think the only thing that triggered Gavin Newsom going down there was his Gucci slippers got lost in transit, or some Hermes — some Hermes foulard that he ordered got stolen —
ワッターズ: It was supposed to be here by now.
MCDOWELL: But it’s only when — they only start caring, to quote Greg Gutfeld about crime or about any issue or even acknowledge it when it happens to them.
TURNER: Great point.
MCDOWELL: It’s Greg’s point, I stole it.
TURNER: それで大丈夫です. You’re allowed to do that.
ワッターズ: Someone steal my point. Jesus.
TURNER: No one wants your points, ジェシー. We got to leave it there.
ワッターズ: はい, we get it.
TURNER: Coming up next, after the president and Democratic lawmakers linked Republicans to segregationists, some in the media are now going even a step further.
統一された男性: The Senate last night failed to do what it should have done. And in some respects, we can call it a racist Senate.
ITS. チャックシューマー (D-NY): When it is so vital to bring in full equality in this country, and racism has been the poison of America would be a disgrace.
REP. JIM CLYBURN (D-SC): That to me is Jim Crow 2.0.
MCDOWELL: President Biden and Democrats laid it on pretty thick and claiming that Republicans and moderates who oppose their federal takeover of elections are a bunch of segregationist, [object Window]. And guess who’s been picking up the mantle to push that racism message.
SUNNY HOSTIN, CO-HOST, 景色: The infrastructure bill, おもう, was a leaning into white independence and I think it was a leaning into white moderates. But the bottom line is those aren’t the folks that really took them over the finish line. Those aren’t — that’s not the Democratic base, 番号.
The Democratic President has made it into the White House without the support of the Black community. He sat for eight years next to a black president yet didn’t think he’d be treated like one. And that’s what he’s being treated like.
ジョイ・ベハール, CO-HOST, 景色: How dense was Biden really, in this instance — これで — in these instances? You’re a white privilege senator in the United States Congress, and so you believe that other white privilege guys will work with you, but they won’t —
統一された女性: But they won’t.
BEHAR: Ans they don’t.
MCDOWELL: グレッグ, I don’t speak moronory, but what I think they’re trying to say is that the old white dude in the White House is somehow a victim of racism.
グッドフィールド: はい, it’s awesome. ところで, when Chuck Schumer says that racism is the poison of America, not to Democrats, it’s their heroin, because they can’t quit it. We now live in a media-approved society where white is clearly an acceptable insult. It’s a negatively label.
When you watch anything on MSNBC, which I urge you don’t unless you’re heavily medicated, they preface certain terms with white with a sense of like disgust. And it’s — and I don’t understand why the executives at these other networks don’t see that as racist. Racism is a two-way street. And race warfare is like the worst kind of junk food because for the idiots, it tastes really good. But later you get sick to your stomach.
ところで, just so — speaking of sick to your stomach, I just got an e-mail from Gillian who asked me, how’s your loser fish? And I’m going to say doing awesome, better than your loser baby.
TURNER: I sent you that e-mail before the show even started. You might want to check your Wi Fi.
グッドフィールド: I’m very busy. I’m very busy. I’m a busy — unlike you, Gillian. I’m a very busy person.
TURNER: Getting hairspray.
MCDOWELL: Gillian, continue.
TURNER: というのは, the core of this problem with the voting rights legislation is that the left believes like with every fiber of their being that it is about race and racism, the right believes that it’s about banning voter ID, making cheating easier, and instituting a federal takeover of elections once and for all so that the Fed is in charge of all elections in this country.
That’s the crux of this problem. There’s not going to be a path forward for any of this because these are intractable problems. A quick note about what Sunny Hostin said. She said that the infrastructure bill was geared towards white — excuse me now I’m starting to spit and drool like Greg. This happens when you’re on television with him.
She said that this was — the infrastructure bill was geared towards white moderates. It was not geared towards white people at all, 本当に. And the President said this over and over again. This was a bill that was pouring more public funding into bridges, and roads, and tunnels, 電車, buses, expanding internet access. It was a bill that was aimed at minority communities in America. She’s flatly wrong on that.
MCDOWELL: 上手, that was also, ハロルド, I think a talking point from Joy Reid. そう, there’s a memo that went out to call the infrastructure bill racist essentially.
FORD JR.: 上手, let me step back for a moment here. I don’t think any of this policy is directed to Black people or White people or minority communities. I think when you build bridges, they don’t just — they don’t have a Black lane or a White lane, and you determine how many Blacks went across the bridge versus anyone else.
We were too quick to racialized everything. 私は得る — I’m sickened by any party, any individual, or any group that thinks they’re going to advance themselves by always invoking race. It’s the wrong thing to do. I think it’s fair to ask —
TURNER: ところで, ハロルド, I wasn’t — that wasn’t my perspective. That was how the Biden administration sold the bill. I wasn’t saying that. That wasn’t coming from me. Just to be clear.
FORD JR.: 上手, anyone that said it is wrong. 正しい, anyone that said it is wrong. そう, my point is this. 場合 16 Republican senators voted for voting rights in the past, I don’t think it’s unfair to ask them what made you not want to vote for the John Lewis Voting Rights Act.
They probably have been — may have reasons that I may understand or may not understand. I don’t think you racialize this thing so quickly. When you do, all we do is reduce ourselves to these kinds of silly, unproductive conversations, when in fact, we are passing voting rights laws in states around the country after an election when more people voted in the history of the country and no court found any widespread fraud.
今, when they say there are other reasons, and I happen to think some of the reasons that have been raised by some Republican especially around voter ID, I think we should have voter ID. But for the life of me, I don’t understand any state that would give oversight authority to a partisan legislature versus a secretary of state. We’ve not had those kinds of problems.
Republicans should know, Democrats will be in charge sometimes. そして民主党員, ええと, Republicans will be in charge. We just need fair elections. And I thought we had one in 2020.
MCDOWELL: ジェシー, final word. But the issue was getting rid of the filibuster for legislation in the Senate. など, they use — to left, the Democrats are using that — because they wanted that as a pathway to passing whatever they want climate change legislation, あなたはそれに名前を付けます.
そう, they’re mad, they didn’t get their way. And then they’re using — casting aspersions and calling people racist because they didn’t get what they wanted on the filibuster.
ワッターズ: そう, the Senate, which the Democrats control is racist and infrastructure, which was racist, was solved by a new infrastructure bill that’s also racist. And then finally, the Republicans don’t vote with a Black president who’s a Democrat, and then they don’t vote with a white president who’s a Democrat, and they conclude that the Republicans are racist when they treat the white Democrat president and the Black Democrat president exactly the same way?
おもう — I think they just proved the point that the Republicans aren’t racist. Republicans just don’t vote with the Democratic president. Case closed.
MCDOWELL: I think they have buyer’s remorse because they’re the ones who got the septuagenarian confused individual elected. ああ, and he’s white.
次に, wokeness come in for your favorite candy. M&Ms are getting a progressive makeover.
FORD JR.: The parent company of M&M is causing quite a stir after announcing their candy mascots will be getting an “inclusive woke make over,” making them more diverse and focusing on a range of personalities.
そう, here are some of the changes. The green M&M will be trading in her high-heeled boots for sneakers. She also will be ending her rivalry with the brown M&M. The orange M&M will embrace his anxiety and the red M&M will bully people less.
夜明けに, you are into fashion and know it. What do you think about this whole shoe thing with this green M&M?
MCDOWELL: 私はただ — I’m just noticing — I loved my white vinyl go-go boots, but I’m just noticing they’re still naked and they’re still just talking candies. これら — this is a gateway drug to obesity. And I know firsthand because my first boss had a dispenser of M&Ms on his desk and I gained 20 pounds in about six months.
This cup has 19 peanut M&Ms in it. それは 250 カロリー. これは — this is causing fatness among myself so —
FORD JR.: ジェシー, as a fashion expert yourself, あなたの考えは何ですか?
ワッターズ: 私はただ — ハロルド, when you join THE FIVE, did you think you’d be asking guests about the shoe thing with the green M&M? I bet you didn’t, ハロルド.
FORD JR.: I’ve taken notes on it already.
ワッターズ: 大丈夫. I am also offended at some candies and I’m going to give these candies a woke makeover. Here is a list of some new name changes. 夫人. Goodbar. York Peppermint Pat.
TURNER: That’s good.
ワッターズ: Equal Pay Day. And then finally Peanutless M&MS.
TURNER: それは良かったです. Who wrote that?
ワッターズ: やった. And that spent all day. That’s all I got.
FORD JR.: グレッグ, does this — does this hurt the M&M brand to do this?
グッドフィールド: 上手, 知りません. Here’s the deal. ええと, this is kind of like a microcosm of what’s happening in the woke world. If you look at what they change — so you go from go-go boots to sneakers. That’s boring. There’s going to be no more rivalries. That’s not interesting.
全体 — the whole end result of woke ism is that it blends everything. It shaves down any kind of individuality that a human being might have in favor of what is best to describe them. そう, you’re no longer an individual, you belong to a certain type of group.
And now they’re doing this — even like, キャンディー. ええと, この, this is the — this is the diabetic starter kit, ええと, is being affected by this. And that’s what — ええと, what Dagen has brought up. It’s like corporations, what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to keep you from criticizing them about the real big things that they do, like make kids fat increase risk for diabetes by doing the easy stuff first, お気に入り, ああ, let’s make our candies more inclusive.
I support what Kat Timpf said. If you really support inclusivity for M&MS, why are you eating them? How gross is that? How disgusting is it that you’re eating these poor inclusive little bon-bons, these non-binary bon- bons? They just want to have a good life.
ワッターズ: グレッグ, I like how the red M&M is going to just bully less.
グッドフィールド: はい, he’s going to bully less.
ワッターズ: He’s not going to stop, he’s juust going to bully less.
FORD JR.: それと — with that segue, Gillian, with that segue Gillian, bring us home here.
TURNER: What I don’t like about all this is if you look at these changes, more says they’re trying to be more gender-neutral and gender-inclusive, then why he just fixing what the women M&Ms are wearing?
All the changes amount to the green M&M who can’t wear her go-go boots, and the brown M&M, her shoes — her shoes are changing too. She’s going to have lower heels. I think that’s outrageous. I was talking to Rich Edson about the story earlier today. He said from now on, we should call them Men and M’s. 同意する.
FORD JR.: Hear, 聞く. “FAN MAIL FRIDAY” しかし、私はなぜ人々が.
グッドフィールド: 大丈夫, we’ll get to that later. “FAN MAIL FRIDAY,” answering your questions. First one up from John B. What band or musician have you seen the most times? I’m going to go to Jesse because I don’t think he’s ever seen live music in his life.
ワッターズ: That’s not true. I’ve seen the Funky Meters a half dozen times.
グッドフィールド: The Funky Meters?
ワッターズ: はい, The Meters.
ワッターズ: The Neville Brothers, The Meters.
グッドフィールド: ああ, OK. Got you. Got you. Got you.
ワッターズ: ああ, did I just out-music you Gutfeld?
グッドフィールド: 番号, 番号, 番号. It’s just —
ワッターズ: ああ, save the tape.
グッドフィールド: I bet you don’t stand out at all in that crowd. Gillian, what kind of music — who have you seen the most?
TURNER: よく分かりません. But it might — and this might surprise you. It might be Aerosmith of live bands. They were the first concert that I ever went to. And I’ve seen them I think three times since then. そう, they might be the most. Because I don’t really follow anyone, ええと, like a groupie around the country. そう, four concerts is a lot.
グッドフィールド: ワオ, that’s surprising. It’s surprising you have such conventional tastes, Gillian. あれは — that was sleepy. ハロルド, 何ですか — have you seen the most?
FORD JR.: The three I’ve seen the most would be Prince, Al Green, and since I’ve known my wife, the Allman Brothers.
グッドフィールド: 今, that’s —
FORD JR.: The Allman Brothers, they’re constituted now.
グッドフィールド: Who have you seen the most?
ワッターズ: I’m changing my answer. I’ve seen the Allman Brothers more than The Meters.
グッドフィールド: しかし、 — but Harold, how many — だれの — who have you seen the most and how many times?
FORD JR.: I’ve seen Prince — I saw Prince probably 25 タイムズ.
グッドフィールド: I think you win. I think you win. And I’ve — I didn’t even got to Dagen yet. Although I might beat you, but I’ll be cheating. 夜明けに?
MCDOWELL: 番号, I can’t top Prince but Lyle Lovett. Lyle Lovett and his large band and Lyle Lovett and his acoustic group. I started seeing him when I was like — 上手, it was a long time ago. そうだった 30 数年前 — より多い 30 数年前.
グッドフィールド: I’m going to put myself in second place. I’ve seen Mike Patton maybe 20 times but they’ve all been in different bands. そう, Faith No More, 氏. Bungle, Tomahawk, Executioners, Lovage, Fantomas. そう, that’s cheating. I hope he’s doing well, Mike Patton. “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.
ワッターズ: 一年中アーカンソーについても考えていませんでした “もう一つ。” [object Window].
グッドフィールド: 大丈夫, 今晩, we got a great show, “グッドフィールド!” We have Mr. ジェシー・ワターズ, the great Walter Kirn, Rob Long, キャット・ティンプ. It’s a great show. We do a whole segment helping Jesse get ready for his Monday show.
大丈夫, a little bad news — actually a lot of bad news. A friend of mine and a friend of this show and a friend to Fox and a friend to everybody who works here, Meat Loaf passed away yesterday at the age of 74.
You know him from Rocky Horror and Fight Club and bat out — Bat Out of hell. But what you don’t know is how genuinely nice and authentic this person was. Meatloaf would look you in the eye and he would talk to you. And it was like you’ve known him for years. I spent a long conversation with him where he explained to me, I Do Anything for Love,(But I Won’t Do That) what that was, and how I — how I had missed that. I did not understand what that thing was that he wouldn’t do.
It was the best conversation. He was the sweetest guy. And you just go out, listen to his music. Remember Meat Loaf today. Great guy.
ワッターズ: うん、. And I will be on “グッドフィールド!” tonight but watch not for me. Watch for Walter Kirn. One of Greg’s guests to enter a different level of consciousness. そう, it’s definitely worth — 11:00 今晩.
また, you can catch the last “WATTER’S WORLD” エピソード. We had to blow out most of it because of that cook that took that synagogue hostage. そう, 再び 8:00 “ワッターズ’ WORLD” last one. Time for Feeding Frenzy.
大丈夫, so Coca-Cola has unveiled a new flavor. It’s Coca-Cola with coffee. They have a mocha flavor. It’s Brazilian coffee beans. They pack in twice as much caffeine as a regular Coke. It’s already hit stores. I’m going to try it right now. [object Window]. [object Window], みんな. It’s really good.
GILLIAN: 番号, そうではありません. Stop lying.
ワッターズ: 番号, I’m not lying about this Feeding Frenzy. I may have in the past but not this one. そしてまた, as Greg mentioned, “JESSE WATTERS PRIMETIME” 7:00 月曜. I hope to see you guys there. ハロルド・フォード・ジュニア.
FORD JR.: Congrats again and rest in peace Meat Loaf. When a snowstorm rolled through Pennsylvania, the high school football coach in Bethel Park decided to cancel their team’s weightlifting workout. But the boys didn’t get off easy. 代わりに, the coach told him to get out exercise — get out an exercise but getting out and shoveling snow for their elderly or disabled neighbors. And they did just that.
They say it’s become a tradition. It helps connect the boys with their community. And we think they should keep up the good work. There’s goodness in all of us. Bless those boys and bless that community.
ワッターズ: はい. Some of the linemen just looked like they were just kind of pushing the shovels on top of the snow. I don’t know if you guys caught that. But I just thought.
グッドフィールド: やった, はい.
FORD JR.: It looked at us — they look like us at the Christmas tree thing, ジェシー.
ワッターズ: Exactly right, ハロルド. 大丈夫, it takes one to know one. Gillian.
TURNER: 大丈夫, so my daughter Coco Rose just turned six months old. 環境保護庁は月曜日に最高裁判所の訴訟に直面し、気候危機と戦い、その最悪の結果を防ぐ連邦政府の能力に重大な打撃を与える可能性があります, let’s pull up the video. There she is. She tried vegetables for the first time. She’s having carrots and broccoli. I think there’s some potato in there.
What breaks my heart about this video is she loves food so much that she kept opening her mouth hoping against hope that the next bite would not be as disgusting as the last one. I think she lost faith in humanity.
ワッターズ: Coco Rose, what a great name. 大丈夫, デイマクダウェル, take us home.
MCDOWELL: Really quickly, in Coco Rose’s future, maybe a homemade Zamboni that her dad makes over the backyard ice rink. This is Nika of Boise, アイダホ. Her dad Nick made that Zamboni for her to ride in the backyard, and it’s a real Zamboni.
ワッターズ: 大丈夫, off we go to Margaritaville, みんな. Have a great weekend.
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