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GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: Hi, I’m Greg Gutfeld with Dagen McDowell, Juan Williams, Jesse Watters, and she does footfall aerobics on a Lego, Dana Perino — “The Five.”
So, who are the liberals blaming the Brett Kavanaugh acceptance on? The Electoral College. Yes, it’s aloof not fair and it’s so old. Those brainless Founders aloof aren’t as acute as Rob Reiner. Plus, how is it that states ceremony accept two senators? New York and California should accept 25 ceremony and you guys at home, zilch. Failing that, there’s consistently impeachment:
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JONATHAN KARL, ABC NEWS: Do you aphorism out this abstraction of impeaching Kavanaugh?
SEN. MAZIE HIRONO, D-HAWAII: This accomplished allegation thing, you apperceive what? I’m absolute focused on the actuality and now.
KARL: But you won’t aphorism out impeachment. We’ve alone had one amends —
UNINDENTIFIED MALE: Is that a mistake, though? I mean, do absolutely appetite — afterwards we swore —
HIRONO: I’m abundant added focused on what we charge to do, which is we charge to get to the polls, truly.
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GUTFELD: So you appetite impeachment, why not aloof reelect Trump while you’re at it? And let’s not balloon the absolute enemy: white women. The New York Times blames Kavanaugh’s win on gender traitors, in that white women annual from patriarchy by trading on their whiteness to absorb assets for alternate gain. What the hell does that mean? Seriously, who talks like that and has a job?
And so the larboard devours its own as acerbity bots alone see bone as evil. And yet as they acuminate the pitchforks, the Dems still haven’t disowned Avenatti who use women as stepping-stones to the spotlight.
So it seems we’re at an impasse, which is French for boilerplate good. One affair says you charge accept all allegations, the added says we should accept chastity until accurate guilty. On one ancillary are these women and on the added ancillary this dame. What’s the solution? It’s simple: If the Democrats accept or adopt acceptance over due activity afresh put a arena on it. If you feel that all allegations charge be believed, afresh from actuality on in, Democrats should accept any allegation adjoin themselves because 50 percent of assertive is bigger than none. No process, aloof abuse for you. And the blow of us idiots will await on brainless actuality like affirmation and due process.
Make sense, Democrats? Become the affair of pitchforks, maybe afresh we’ll accept it’s not aloof politics.
Dagen, acceptable to the show.
DAGEN MCDOWELL, GUEST CO-HOST: Acknowledge you, sir.
GUTFELD: Yes. I accept an idea. We should accept an accuse Olympics area anybody gets to try to accuse ceremony other. It would be like animal chess.
MCDOWELL: I adulation that idea. But they can’t — this is why they allocution about allegation because they accept annihilation else. Their agenda is anti-Trump or alike anti-woman I would altercate because what affectionate of agent is Mazie Hirono to sit there and let that anchorman drillmaster her like that.
GUTFELD: He was man-explaining and man-spreading.
MCDOWELL: But they consistently overstep, the Democrats do. They did it with the — bodies were accurately agitated about the break at the bound about families actuality separated, but that goes anon to abandoning ICE. And what they’ve done actuality is — alike strikes alike added carefully into the amount of American ethics because as you’ve acicular out due activity has been befuddled out. The abstraction of aloof candor in this country has been trampled on. And if you’re a man, you’re accusable until accurate innocent. And if you’re a woman, you aloof bigger shut up and act as a caked accumulation and chase what the Democrats acquaint you. And bodies are abnegation that beyond the board.
GUTFELD: Juan, I apperceive that you’ve said this to me. You accessory at North Dakota and you go, why do they accept two senators?
GUTFELD: You say — you’ve said that to me. I anticipate that’s a absolute quote. So you anticipate that this is fundamentally unfair, right?
JUAN WILLIAMS, CO-HOST: What?
GUTFELD: That ceremony accompaniment has two senators aback they are beneath populated.
WILLIAMS: No, no, no. I like it. What I don’t like is, and I anticipate what I accept said to you, is that 18 percent of the country.
WILLIAMS: . is represented by the majority of the senate. So, in added words, 82 percent of the American bodies are not represented by that majority.
WILLIAMS: And I anticipate a lot of bodies feel that this is — boils bottomward to tyranny. And I anticipate that’s the chat that you were balustrade before. But in this case, I anticipate the bodies who best adore allocution of allegation are Republicans because it stirs up their base.
GUTFELD: I agree.
WILLIAMS: They’re consistently talking about it. You accessory at the administering on the Democratic side, you could go to Schumer, you could go to Pelosi, I could accumulate going, they don’t allocution about it. There’re some bodies on an element, the larboard abut of the Democratic Party. Here, I’m talking about, abnormally anew adopted — they haven’t absolutely been adopted yet, but winners on the Democratic ancillary like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Presley up in Massachusetts, who say, hey, listen, it’s time for the Democrats to be a strong, as consistent, as bullish as you saw from Mitch McConnell aback he aloof ran over everybody, captivated the assembly bench accessible — I’m sorry, Supreme Cloister bench accessible admitting the actuality that you had a twice- adopted president.
GUTFELD: That’s our aing block, Juan.
WILLIAMS: So, I’m aloof saying, if the Republicans comedy hardball, you know, you get bodies on the left, abnormally advancing up who say, hey, Democrats, stop actuality so squishy, go afterwards those Republicans.
GUTFELD: And afresh you end up with an Avenatti who absolutely goes too far and destroys your party. Dana, I bet you accept a acceptable point about why the Electoral Academy is important, and why bodies who don’t like it — it’s absolutely a archetypal altercation because they appetite to await on a burghal applicant at the amount of baby town, rural areas, area you’re from.
DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: That’s right. So Wyoming.
PERINO: . has two senators but alone one adumbrative in the house. So I’ve done a little bit of assignment on this because I accumulate seeing it pop up over and over again. It started in, for me, I absolutely noticed it in 2000.
PERINO: . Bush v. Gore, like this is unfair. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who won, aloof mentioned, she tweeted this weekend that the Electoral Academy is absolutely racist. She appropriate that the founding fathers basic to assure , and that’s why they came up with the abstraction of the Electoral College. That is not true.
PERINO: There is no affirmation of that at all. And besides, Abraham Lincoln.
PERINO: . who was admiral that concluded .
PERINO: . he did not win the accepted vote. He got 37 percent, but he won in the Electoral College. So, acknowledge advantage for the Electoral Academy that helped end .
GUTFELD: Wow, excellent.
WATTERS: And you know, they’re activity to annihilate every academy that had its roots in , you accept to annihilate the Democratic Party. Because accessory at the history over there on your side, Juan. That wasn’t too good. It was the Republican Affair that concluded .
GUTFELD: We should move on, though, from that.
PERINO: Yes, it is accurate that a lot of bodies are affective to states alternating the coast, California, Florida, Texas, New York, those are absolutely big states. But, Juan, is not how the founders intended. But also, it could change.
PERINO: Like New York is seeing populations leave in droves because of taxes.
GUTFELD: I ambition that would happen.
WATTERS: And these things accept a way of acclimation out. If you say the assembly is tyranny, that’s why you accept the abode area you accept checks and balances. You accept the White House. You accept the Supreme Court. You accept added things. Juan is adage that the Republicans, you know, they’ve rammed it home so adamantine and the Democrats were a little soft. This is the aboriginal time, I think, Republicans showed up to a gunfight with a gun instead of a knife. And voters are activity to accolade them for that. And the allegation thing, I absolutely accede with you, it’s activity to blaze up the Republican base. And the Democrats aloof accessory crazy and extreme. And afterwards a while, the voters are activity to say, bloom care, apprenticeship costs, wages, what is an allegation activity over a Supreme Cloister amends do for me at all? And I anticipate the Democrats are activity to get way, way bent out there not absolutely focused on what the absolute bodies in this country think. The added affair is the Democrats and the media looked so angry, and hateful, and desperate, and we’re aloof acrimony all the rules and the stems of this country. The voters in America, I believe, are activity to accessory and say if the Democrats get ability aback afterwards the midterms, they’re activity to go basics with it because we’ve apparent how alarming they can be out of power.
WILLIAMS: What you apperceive you’re missing actuality is Supreme Cloister nominations beggarly something, and I anticipate they beggarly commodity in political terms, Jesse. I don’t anticipate there’s any agnosticism that bodies anticipate that as of today with Kavanaugh on the court, if you accessory at aborticide rights in the country, you accessory at gun-control, you accessory at aborigine rights in this country, that there’s a Republican majority, absolute bourgeois on all those issues, abundant added accessible to putting — well, in the case of abortion, limits, and in the case of voting rights, limits. And in the case — what was the added one I’ve mentioned? Immigration. They’re aloof activity to accede any conservative.
MCDOWELL: Maybe now the Democrats, actually, accept to accept bodies to appoint and canyon these laws rather than application our administrative arrangement to do it.
WILLIAMS: No, I don’t anticipate that’s the issue.
MCDOWELL: So now that you accept a cloister that’s conservative, that’s focused on the absolute architecture rather than authoritative law through the cloister arrangement and the judicial.
WILLIAMS: Is it authoritative law, Dagen, aback you say aback is the vote?
WILLIAMS: Oh, I anticipate that’s what happened. They had to adapt the architecture and appearance it not as austere constructionist.
MCDOWELL: I’m talking about not constant by the additional amendment.
GUTFELD: You guys like my abstraction that the Democrats should put their money area their aperture is and append due activity for Democrats?
GUTFELD: Is that a abundant solution?
WILLIAMS: This is a asinine talk. I can see that it delights you.
GUTFELD: I anticipate it’s genius.
WILLIAMS: Yeah, because what? This guy — he had his activity on the line? If he is begin guilty, he’s activity to jail? No, this was not about due process. This was about a ysis of character.
PERINO: Allocution about a ysis of character.
WATTERS: It was about appearance assassination.
PERINO: Yeah, exactly. And the Democrats say that they appetite to be added contemptuous like the Republicans. I absolutely anticipate that this accomplished two weeks has apparent them the best cynical, like an acute of absent to amount out a way to change the arrangement in adjustment to win. The added affair is they appetite to change the Electoral College. It takes like two-thirds of the senate.
PERINO: . and 38 states — I mean, they’re crumbling their time if they’re activity to allocution about allegation or the Electoral College.
GUTFELD: All right, let’s move on, shall we. Yes, Greg, move on. Did everybody abroad apprehend that? All right, the Kavanaugh activity has affronted up supporters on both sides, would we see an end to the absinthian address or is this the new norm?
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SEN. KAMALA HARRIS, D-CALIF.: Let’s use this ceremony to accord us all that added activity that we apperceive we have. To bethink that the basal band is that they may accept the ability appropriate now but we charge to booty it back.
SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM, R-S.C.: I’m activity to go throughout this country and let bodies in these — at, you know, amethyst states, red states area Trump won, apperceive what I anticipation — apperceive what I anticipate about this process.
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PERINO: Both parties aggravating to assemblage abutment from the abject afterwards the absinthian activity over Brett Kavanaugh. But, will assembly be able to move on from the acute partisanship? Republican senator, Susan Collins, who is advancing beneath blaze for abetment Kavanaugh, says she has never apparent annihilation like it.
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SEN. SUSAN COLLINS, R-MAINE: I’ve had the annual of confined in the assembly for about 22 years, and this is as animal a bearings as I’ve anytime apparent during that time. I’ve had to accept aegis because of threats adjoin me and ancestors associates and staffers, and this has been clashing annihilation I’ve anytime been through.
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PERINO: Alike associates of the media are award it difficult to bethink a lower point in American politics. NBC correspondent, Kasie Hunt, pointing to retired Democratic agent Harry Reid for starting the decline.
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KASIE HUNT, NBC CORRESPONDENT: I’ve been accoutrement Assembly for 10 years, and I’m disturbing to bethink a point that feels lower than this one. Bodies accept absolute doubts about what the role of the assembly is activity to be activity advanced and, you know, there’s a lot of bodies you can allegation for that, but your band of ytic about administrative nominees is absolutely one of them. And it started with the Democrats and Harry Reid aback he took abroad the delay for those ambit cloister judges. And it got lower aback Mitch McConnell did it for the Supreme Cloister nomination. I ambition I could sit actuality and say that I anticipation it was activity to get better, but I don’t see it.
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PERINO: Jesse, she brings up Harry Reid. He’s continued gone from the senate, but his appulse is not forgotten. At the time, Agent Mitch McConnell told Harry Reid don’t do this. The after-effects for you will be bad if you adjudge to booty this action. He didn’t accept to McConnell, and now they’re accomplishment what they sow.
WATTERS: They are. The assembly is burst and I anticipate a lot of it has to do with — aback Harry Reid started it. All these senators on the Democratic ancillary that are alive for president, there’s at atomic bisected a dozen, and you got Sanders, Warren, Booker, Harris, Gillibrand. And they’re absolutely gumming up the works in the assembly for, you know, absolutely accessory accretion and to accession their own profile. And I bethink it happened on the Republican ancillary too aback Rand Paul and Ted Cruz are alive and they were activity out giving these continued filibustering types of speeches and bodies were mad at them, so that needs to stop. And afresh you accept Susan Collins who charge abounding 24/7 abstruse annual detail, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders needs a detail now. So it’s absolutely abominable what happened.
And I anticipate what happened aloof in the aftermost ages or so is that you had the Me Too Movement which started out as a abundant movement and America bare this Me Too Movement. And afresh it seems like the Democrats anticipation the Me Too Movement controlled the country, and the alarm swung way, way, way out there area the Democrats anticipation any unsubstantiated, bottomless allegations adjoin any man was accepted abundant to booty him down. And the country said no, we charge a advance alteration here. And the Democrats got a absoluteness ysis because the country doesn’t appetite Salem witch trials. And if you accessory at the assembly races, this has not advice assembly Democrats, it helped assembly Republicans, so they bigger be accurate what they ambition for. Now, Kavanaugh said that, he was not talking about advantageous aback Democrats already he got on the Supreme Court. He was adage if this could appear to me, this could appear to anybody.
PERINO: And we had complete chaw there of Lindsey Graham and Susan Collins, Greg. For the aftermost six nominations, Admiral George W. Bush had two, Obama had two, and Trump has had two. There’re alone 2 out of the 27 senators that were there for all six of them. And both Graham and Collins — they voted for all six of them. So it wasn’t accessory in their eyes.
GUTFELD: You accept abashed me.
PERINO: Why? It was absolute clear.
GUTFELD: It was, but you apperceive me.
GUTFELD: You know, I appetite to say commodity positive. I don’t anticipate this acute partisanship reflects America. I think, you know, two weeks ago during the hearing, I looked at the ratings, it was an admirers of commodity like 20 actor advance beyond six networks, allegedly the bodies that were acutely into it were 10 million. You’re talking, I guess, beneath than 3 percent of the citizenry that get really, absolutely absorbed up by this stuff. You get a beyond admirers from your boilerplate football playoff games, so it puts actuality in perspective.
Also, the arrangement is congenital to abide this array of thing. In some ways, this is the affectionate of gridlock we appetite to aish out the best acute ideas. Lastly, there’s a third way of acrimonious ancillary and that is what I would alarm the anti-mob party. Yesterday on twitter, astronaut Scott Kelly had to apologize for commendation Churchill, because allegedly he was not a nice person.
PERINO: They say that Churchill was a racist.
WILLIAMS: No, no, no, it was that he dead people, Dana.
GUTFELD: Yeah, OK. That’s it. But then, let me finish. And then, there was this — a adolescent CNN anchorman who had to apologize for brainless tweets from her academy days. And these things allotment a commonality, they’re actuality chased by the mob. All we’re accomplishing is we’re targeting bodies we don’t like. We accept to be the anti-mob party. Any time you alpha audition bodies aggravating to excruciate somebody, you accept to go up there and say no.
GUTFELD: No, no, no.
PERINO: Enough, enough. We’re apprehension animadversion from Admiral Trump. He’s aloof accustomed a speech, we’re cat-and-mouse for the tape. As anon as we get it we’re activity to comedy it for you. You’re activity to appetite to apprehend it. It’s about Kavanaugh and additionally commodity else, I believe, maybe accessible to a swift. Juan Williams, Donald Trump accept been adequately quiet during the Kavanaugh nomination. You apperceive he’s like resisted and we saw that aftermost week. But now, he is absolutely on a achievement lap, and aggravating to accomplish it bright what he anticipation about the backroom of the aftermost two weeks.
WILLIAMS: You know, I anticipate that’s the one aspect that we haven’t affected on in the articulation is you allocution about a disconnected country and I anticipate so abundant of it attends, Admiral Trump. He’s the guy. He’s the x-factor that’s been introduced. So we did had ysis before, I don’t anticipate there’s any question, but I anticipate he’s affronted or worsened that divide. So the bisect is so absolute now. I was attractive at the numbers and our amalgamation has said 64 percent Democratic women believed Professor Ford, alone 7 percent of Republican women. So there is a gender — I’m sorry.
MCDOWELL: But 75 percent of those in that aforementioned poll, I anticipate it was the cap Harris poll said that they abhorrent Dianne Feinstein for denial — for basically interfering and denial information.
WILLIAMS: I don’t anticipate she interfered. But I anticipate what you see is it gets in. So, you know, aback you allocution about mob stuff, for example, I anticipate it depends on which ancillary you’re continuing on, which ancillary looks like the mob because.
GUTFELD: That’s why we charge accompany together.
MCDOWELL: You apperceive what? But it was some Republicans assuredly demography a folio from Admiral Trump’s playbook. They’re activity to angle up, they’re activity to authority firm, and they’re activity to get mad and advance aback on this apocryphal Democratic narrative.
WILLIAMS: Of what?
MCDOWELL: And that’s absolutely what they did with Brett Kavanaugh. They said we’re not activity to angle for this, with the base tactics, the sleaziness of what was activity on. You saw Lindsey Graham get red in the face and alpha pointing at people. Susan Collins accomplishing commodity that was — in a altered way she was application reason, but she was aloof as abundant of a able warrior.
WATTERS: And they didn’t do that blindly. Remember, Chuck Grassley beatific out investigator afterwards investigator to acquisition these people, these declared witnesses, and booty affidavit depositions from them. They offered to go to California to apprehend this actuality out. They’ve spent hours and canicule and weeks aggravating to get the facts of the case. So it’s not like they aloof blindly said we’re activity to authority the line. They were appreciably accessible to audition aboveboard allegations.
WILLIAMS: You apperceive what? I anticipate you’re afterlight history, but I’m captivated to apprehend it. It’s consistently entertaining. But you’re afterlight history because what happened was a Republican railroading of the FBI process. They didn’t alike get best time?
MCDOWELL: It was also.
WATTERS: Juan, the time crisis was Feinstein.
WILLIAMS: No, it wasn’t.
MCDOWELL: Every Democratic agent on that attorneys committee, every distinct one hours afterwards that, Avenatti and the Swetnick allegations which were doubtful alike at a glance. And she — her adventure didn’t add up in her aboriginal animation already she went on TV with it. And every distinct one of those assembly Democrats on the attorneys board came out appropriate afterwards those allegations and said Brett Kavanaugh needs to abjure his nomination.
GUTFELD: Afore that. Dagen, afore that they were adjoin him. The appointee is Brett — they were like, we’re out because it was like — the vote was activity to be this way no amount what.
WATTERS: Press absolution and they had aloof a bare space.
PERINO: Jesse, I appetite to authority you there. We do accept that band from Admiral Trump that we promised. Actuality you go.
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PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: I anticipate it will be absolute interesting. I accept best of you will be there for the official swearing in of Judge Kavanaugh, and I anticipate it will be commodity very, absolute special. I’ve consistently been told it’s the better affair a admiral can do and I can accept that, so it will be absolute special. We aloof had a absolute nice talk. We absolutely get along. And absolutely acceptable talk.
TRUMP: Yeah, I’m not accomplishing anything. So I’m not — I don’t appetite to do annihilation about that. I anticipate we’ll be advised absolute fairly. Everybody understands there was no collusion. There’s no Russia. It was all fabricated up by the Democrats. They’re the ones that colluded with Russia. The Democrats colluded with Russia. And, frankly, the antecedent administering didn’t do annihilation about Russia aback they knew that they should have. Yeah. You’ve got to allege up.
TRUMP: I’m not authoritative any changes. You’d be the aboriginal to know. I’m not authoritative any changes.
UNINDENTIFIED MALE: (INAUDIBLE) Accept you heard annihilation about that?
TRUMP: I am anxious about it. I don’t like audition about it. And hopefully that will array itself out. Appropriate now, cipher knows annihilation about it. But there’re some appealing bad acceptance activity around. I do not like it. Acknowledge you. I’ll see you at 7 o’clock.
UNINDENTIFIED MALE: What do you accept to say to Taylor Abrupt now that she’s in politics? Taylor Abrupt jumping into politics, what do you accept to say to her?
TRUMP: And what did she say?
UNINDENTIFIED MALE: She said she basic bodies to vote for Democrats.
TRUMP: You know, Marsha Blackburn is accomplishing a absolute acceptable job in Tennessee. She’s arch now substantially, which she should. She’s a amazing woman. I’m abiding Taylor Abrupt has annihilation or doesn’t apperceive annihilation about her. And let say that I like Taylor’s music about 25 percent beneath now, OK. Acknowledge you.
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PERINO: So the admiral demography questions. Again, he took questions on his way to Marine One, and now on his way back. Sometimes I ambition he would echo the catechism so we can apprehend what they’re talking about. But I anticipate we best up on the basis of it. He’s activity to the official swearing in of Brett Kavanaugh.
WATTERS: Which is a absolute appropriate moment.
PERINO: It’s activity to be a absolute appropriate moment. It’s the best important affair a admiral can do. That’s activity to be at 7 o’clock tonight and we will backpack that live. He additionally said that he and Rosenstein had a nice and acceptable allocution today, and afresh he was talking about no collusion. And finally, he was talking about Taylor Swift. You apperceive she absitively to advance aback into backroom a little bit, Jesse.
WATTERS: That’s right. I anticipate Taylor Abrupt accustomed Bredesen who’s alive adjoin Marsha Blackburn in Tennessee. And, listen, she — admiral said she doesn’t apperceive annihilation about Bredesen or Marsha Blackburn or annihilation like that. And this is absolutely what she said, she said I’ve been afraid to about articulation my political opinions. I feel absolute abnormally about that now. As abundant as I accept in the past, I would like to abide voting for women in office. I cannot abutment Marsha Blackburn. Her voting almanac in assembly appalls and terrifies me. Of course, this highlights Hollywood’s affectation because Kanye West is continuing to appear beneath blaze for his abutment of Donald Trump. Analysis out this moment from this weekend’s Saturday Night Live.
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UNINDENTIFIED MALE: What Kanye said afterwards we went off the air aftermost ceremony was one of the worst, like, best awkward things I’ve anytime apparent here. He started by adage bodies backstage approved to annoyer him into not cutting it. He wore it all week. Not like cipher told him not to abrasion it. Like, I would basin with you. Kanye, I apperceive you’re like, yo, this is the absolute me. I’m off the meds. Actuality mentally ill is not an alibi to act like a jackass, OK? I’m commendation my therapist, my mom, and my mailman.
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WATTERS: And Barack Obama. I anticipate that’s what he said about Kanye.
GUTFELD: Can I — there’s a big aberration amid these political statements by Taylor Abrupt and Kanye. Taylor Abrupt was a advantage arresting to try to bottle her acceptability amid her peers, and I don’t allegation her for that because, you know, she needs to advance her accommodation alike admitting she’s begrimed rich. Kanye is the adverse of Taylor Abrupt and that he’s dispatch abroad to allege what he believes to be a truth. He may be right. He may be wrong. But it’s a accuracy that his aeon hate. And that’s alarming and it’s brave. So what Taylor is accomplishing is the adverse of bravery. It’s now cowardice, but it’s not brave. Whereas Kanye is a attribute of a greater act of sacrifice, the alertness to expend his career and his basic to claiming — again, he is arduous the mob. And they don’t alarm him Yesus for nothing. That’s why — so actuality you accept is absolutely the acknowledgment area some banana from SNL is calling him a blockhead because he’s accommodating to booty the risk.
WILLIAMS: I’ll acquaint you what the mob is. The mob is we’re activity afterwards Dixie Chicks. We’re not activity to run them on our radio.
GUTFELD: It’s like 10-years ago.
WILLIAMS: No, I’m aloof cogent you. You asked — you’ve set the table here. Who decides who’s the mob? That’s mob activity activity at — how about, you know, aback somebody like Ashley Judd or now Taylor Abrupt says I’m activity to angle up alike admitting the country music apple may say, hey, we don’t like liberals or whatever and become adjusted.
MCDOWELL: She’s not.
WILLIAMS: They’re not activity to acquiesce this to stop them. That’s an alive bravery.
MCDOWELL: She’s not a country artist.
WILLIAMS: Well, no, she’s a pop artist. She’s a pop artist.
MCDOWELL: And she’s not from the south either. She was built-in in Pennsylvania which is annual noting.
PERINO: But also, she said — she would be voting for Bredesen, the Democrat who said he would accept voted for Kavanaugh. I can understand, look, if she doesn’t appetite to vote for Marsha Blackburn, that’s one thing.
WATTERS: Juan, why is it aback addition like Kanye West, a atramentous Democrat — or, you know, a atramentous American, goes out to the added ancillary and says I abutment the added side, you know, addition on the right. Why is the advance that he’s mentally ill?
WILLIAMS: Wait, that’s not an attack.
WILLIAMS: The man was in the hospital.
WATTERS: OK. So you absolutely anticipate his quote-unquote brainy illness, whoever diagnosed him, has commodity to do with his political affiliation?
WILLIAMS: Aback he’s asked actively about this, Jesse, aback you accept an honest, absolute chat with him, what he comes bottomward to is Donald Trump was accommodating to accommodated with me, and Obama was not. And secondly, “I’m the affectionate of guy that aloof goes with gut and challenges everything. And so I aloof anticipation I would aback Trump.” I mean, there’s no actuality to it.
GUTFELD: I disagree. I mean, I accede —
WATTERS: So there’s no political acceptance arrangement there?
GUTFELD: Juan is actual that the agreeableness to Trump is that he takes affairs with people, and Obama wouldn’t booty a affair with Kanye West and absolutely did alarm him — I anticipate he alleged him a jackass, as well.
WILLIAMS: And you apperceive why? Because he angered Taylor Swift.
GUTFELD: That’s true. That is true. So it all comes around.
Having said that, though, there’s — the added accord amid Kanye and Trump is that they’re both CEOs. And Kanye West has said it appealing eloquently, that a CEO doesn’t accept the affluence of actuality affecting aback dictating things that he needs. So he understands Trump’s abruptness and his — and his personality.
WILLIAMS: It goes aback to that Yeezus affair that you were —
WILLIAMS: He sees himself as affectionate of, you know, a prophet. A stand-apart guy. And it’s not aloof from atramentous —
GUTFELD: He is.
WILLIAMS: He sees himself as ability afar from the blow of the world.
GUTFELD: You apperceive what? He ability be right.
WATTERS: I’ve acquainted that way a few times.
WATTERS: I appetite to go aback to something.
GUTFELD: He’s no Lou Dobbs.
WATTERS: From — from the president, who said, as Greg suggested, that, you know, maybe he was activity to accumulate Rod Rosenstein around; and he was not activity to blaze him. And they rode bottomward in the alike calm and had a abundant conversation. They were absolute nice. They get alternating swimmingly, as the admiral said. What do you apprehend into that, Dana?
PERINO: I anticipate that — I anticipate that the admiral anticipation that that New York Times allotment that — bethink the accomplished adventure that said that Rod Rosenstein was activity to abrasion a wire adjoin the president? I anticipate that acknowledgment alive that could see through this as an — as an attack to try to get Admiral Trump — to catalyst him into battlefront Rosenstein, that it was a stung. That it was instituted by McCabe — to try to annual this kerfuffle and Rosenstein did not say, “I’m activity to abrasion wire.” It was in the calefaction of a moment: “What do you appetite me to do? Abrasion a wire?” He wasn’t anytime austere about accomplishing that.
And, you know, if you accept addition like Admiral Trump who looks at the media and says, “You guys get it amiss so often,” that now he and Rod Rosenstein allegedly accept a abode to bond.
WATTERS: That’s a acceptable — and you apperceive what? They did bond. And Trump is consistently about claimed relationships, Greg. And a ride on Air Force One with somebody can absolutely coalesce that.
GUTFELD: No, you apperceive what happens? This has happened to me. Whenever you’re on a alike with somebody who wants to allocution to you, there’s no way out.
WATTERS: Yes, they’re affected to be together.
GUTFELD: This happened to me aback I formed in a annual — the owner, “Today, you appetite to fly home on my jet?”
I said, “Yes, it’s great.” And afresh he sat there, and he ripped me to pieces for four hours. And I couldn’t leave.
WATTERS: Juan, so not battlefront old Rod.
WILLIAMS: Yes. I anticipate it’s acceptable annual for the country. I mean, that’s the one affair we — you know, we consistently get into the affiliated stuff, but I’m aloof cogent you, I anticipate that if he had done that and afresh the anticipation is that afterwards the midterms he’s activity to go afterwards Sessions, who he said he doesn’t accept an advocate general.
Like, I aloof think, look, it’s adverse abundant that we accept the admiral beneath investigation. Aftermost week, The New York Times shows that there was tax artifice complex in his business dealings. I aloof — it’s unbelievable. So I —
WATTERS: “The New York Times” said there was tax fraud, not the IRS. Not the IRS.
WILLIAMS: I said that. I said that.
MCDOWELL: I had to accept to some of us left-wing TV on the radio what I was alive about the south over the weekend, and that is one accessory I would like to booty abroad from bodies on TV who are Democrats and hit them with it. Because it’s so stupid.
You know, actuality is the story. That New York Times story, that was decades ago, and assumption who’s still the admiral of the United States? Donald J. Trump. Get over it.
WATTERS: All right. Democrats acceleration bottomward on their abhorrence appear Republicans. The latest examples up next.
MCDOWELL: Amends Kavanaugh is set to alpha assignment on the Supreme Cloister tomorrow, but if you anticipate that’s abundant to stop Democrats from acceleration bottomward on the hostility, anticipate again. Agent Mazie Hirono arresting the contempo attacks adjoin Republicans out in public.
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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Should activity afterwards bodies at restaurants stop?
HIRONO: Well, this is what happens. You know, the — because aback you accessory at white supremacists and all that, this is what’s advancing alternating in our country. There’s a amazing altercation in our country. But this is the affectionate of activism that occurs, and bodies accomplish their own decisions. If they breach the law, afresh they accept to annual for that.
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MCDOWELL: The abrogating address advancing from the top down. In a fundraising email, DNC armchair Tom Perez apprenticed supporters to accomplish Republicans, quote, “pay a price” for Brett Kavanaugh.
And a biographer for “The Late Show” with Stephen Col-bert — alibi me, Colbert — advancing beneath blaze for tweeting, “Whatever happens, I’m aloof animated we bankrupt Brett Kavanaugh’s life.” She afterwards removed the cheep and apologized. So that makes it all go away. Now they’re sorry.
Doesn’t this complete like what the Democrats criticized Admiral Trump for doing, because they’re annoying violence.
GUTFELD: Yes, it’s — it’s weird. Aftermost week, Brian Kilmeade was addled on the artery by two Netflix employees, who followed him all the way to the subway, afresh got assimilate the alms — and this is area it gets absolutely bad and dangerous. They encouraged alms riders to annoy Kilmeade. So it got about to an abashing agitated point area they were — get this — instilling a mob to excruciate him. That’s what they were yelling.
And I assumption Netflix is the role of Pontius Pilate, because they accredit this array of thing.
The Democrats charge to booty the administering role actuality and charge bottomward the rhetoric, because you’re activity to end up — the Dems are activity to advance their supporters to a Waterloo. If you’re activity to end up in a adverse situation, the ancillary that can avert itself consistently wins.
And you saw the MacGregor fight, area you saw these guys fighting, and there were casualties. And why? Because you never apperceive what a drifter can do. So aback you’re afterward a guy home and you’re spitting on people, you never apperceive who that actuality is.
PERINO: But it is arresting —
GUTFELD: And I’m for peace, by the way.
PERINO: That Politico allotment —
WATTERS: I’m for MacGregor.
GUTFELD: No, that —
PERINO: — in the air, the B-block, that there was a Politico commodity today adage that Democrats anticipate they charge to be meaner and added contemptuous – –
PERINO: — in adjustment to advice win elections, which I anticipate is absolutely the adverse of what’s true.
However, I talked to a acquaintance who is a political consultant, does a lot of Republican contest beyond the country, mostly in burghal districts, and she said, yes, Kavanaugh has activated Republicans, but she worries that, for every Republican energized, that one or two independents or bendable GOP were additionally activated but in the administration adjoin the Republican Party. So I anticipate a lot charcoal to be apparent as to what happens or how abundant of an affect this has on the midterms.
MCDOWELL: Yes, but this will — Jesse, this will animate Republicans, or alike who are — bodies who are aloof appropriate of center. If they feel like — and let’s alarm this what it is. They are — they are talking about violence. They’re talking about activity afterwards people, what is the line, “We’re advancing for you at work, at you home, area you sleep, area you eat, area you eat, area you shop.” That’s the line, and that’s absolutely what they’re doing.
WATTERS: That’s why I boutique online, Dagen. They can’t get me in the stores. And I do — I do abounding annual at the gas station, never get out of the car. I don’t appetite Maxine Waters alive afterwards me.
Could you brainstorm if — let’s aloof cast the calligraphy for a second. What if, like, Steve King, agent from Iowa, came up and said, “We’ve got to get in all these Democrats’ faces, area they live, area they were, area they ample up their gas.” And afresh all of these paid protesters, they were accepting money from the Koch brothers, they started accepting in the faces of high-profile Democrats.
Could you brainstorm what the media anecdotal would accept been then? Because the Tea Party, I anticipate they captivated a few peaceful rallies with permits — with permits — and the media said that they were armed insurrectionists.
GUTFELD: And they best up afterwards themselves, not like Antifa.
WATTERS: Right. And they never invaded the halls of Assembly and started ambushing bodies in the elevator, agreeable absurdly during hearings, and block bodies around. No.
So it’s a absolute bifold accepted aback Republican activists, you know, booty it to the streets and aback Democrat activists booty it there.
MCDOWELL: What are they aggravating to get out of this? Because I apprehend — I apprehend this absolute clearly, whether it’s Mazie Hirono or Tom Perez or alike some biographer for Col-bert’s show.
WILLIAMS: As what?
MCDOWELL: That they’re basically calling for violence.
WILLIAMS: No, they’re not. I anticipate you’re absolutely aggravating to advertising it. Again, I anticipate it serves some Republican purpose in agreement of affliction or abuse policy. And that’s not what’s happening
What you’re — what you see actuality is Democrats assuredly saying, “Hey, we should angle up. Bodies should go vote.” This is not confined the interests of the country. This is not about a amusing compact. This is aloof bulrush Republican politics.
You can go aback to the 2000 election. Hey, Al Gore said, “You apperceive what? The Supreme Court, a Republican majority, disqualified for Admiral Bush. Let it go.”
Swift boat, John Kerry, “Let it go”.
WATTERS: I accede with you on demography activity and vote.
WILLIAMS: So I beggarly —
PERINO: What about John McCain? What about Mitt Romney, who they aria — Harry Reid aria about him and said, “I accept advice that he never paid his taxes.” And beating him. You anticipate Romney didn’t let it go?
MCDOWELL: And afresh was appreciative of it. Afterwards he said, “I was appreciative that I aria about it — Mitt Romney.”
WILLIAMS: I’m aloof adage aback you accessory at what went on with this aftermost Supreme Cloister nomination, and you accessory at the abstraction that the bench is captivated forever, Merrick Garland doesn’t get a hearing. Afresh Republicans will say —
PERINO: By liberals.
WILLIAMS: — “Oh, I can’t accept how we’re alleviative this guy.” Wait a second, you —
GUTFELD: They accused him of assemblage rape.
WILLIAMS: — wouldn’t accord the Democrat alike a hearing.
MCDOWELL: They accused him —
GUTFELD: They accused him of accessory assemblage abduction parties.
WILLIAMS: Oh, gosh.
GUTFELD: He was the baron of, like, the assemblage abduction parties.
PERINO: The Biden aphorism for Merrick Garland.
GUTFELD: You can’t aish that accusation.
WILLIAMS: There’s no such — there’s no absolute rule. You’re adage you’re application a quote.
WILLIAMS: And here’s the absolute abandoned part. You say, “Oh, but it was – – it was Harry Reid who afflicted the rules.” Harry Reid afflicted it for lower cloister judges.
PERINO: He bankrupt the seal.
MCDOWELL: The Democrats calling for violence, and they accept in it because it’s just, because they accept what they anticipate is just, is appropriate – –
WILLIAMS: Oh, I see. Who was — who went cutting at the pizza parlor in D.C.? I anticipate that was the appropriate wing, Dagen.
GUTFELD: It was one dude.
WILLIAMS: Oh, I see.
MCDOWELL: It was one dude.
GUTFELD: You’ve got Antifa.
WILLIAMS: And one Democrat came affronted —
GUTFELD: He attempt up a baseball —
MCDOWELL: We accept to go.
GUTFELD: All right.
MCDOWELL: We’re activity to allocution about the Clintons, because they’re advancing to a burghal a you.
WATTERS: Oh, no.
MCDOWELL: Yes, Bill and Hill, demography our appearance on the road. The bout capacity next.
GUTFELD: Hey, Megan —
WILLIAMS: If you’re attractive to get up aing and claimed with Bill and Hillary Clinton, you’re in luck. The Clintons announcement today they’re activity on a North American tour. They’ll arrangement four cities the blow of this year and nine added in 2019. The accident is dubbed, quote, “An Evening with Admiral Bill Clinton and Above Secretary of Accompaniment Hillary Rodham Clinton.”
Dana, are you affairs a ticket?
PERINO: Got to go to bed aboriginal that night. And every night. I anticipate that these will advertise out. Bodies are activity to appetite to see them. Remember, she did win the accepted vote, and he’s so accepted amidst people. If you go out — if you leave your balloon and you go out to the country, and you appetite to — I’m all for it. It’s a abundant way for them to be out and about together. It’s a fun affair to do as a couple.
Peter and I will be advancing to a burghal a you with the dog. Big seller, the dog.
MCDOWELL: So there —
WILLIAMS: You know, but the affair is, Jesse, I anticipate Clinton — Bill Clinton has not been accepting a acceptable time. I mean, you alike see ads run by Democrats, anti-Kavanaugh ads, and they’ve got Clinton in them. So I’m aloof apprehensive —
PERINO: Yes, true.
WILLIAMS: This is absolutely a moment.
WATTERS: Yes, it’s a #MeToo backlash for acceptable old Bill.
And Hillary is affectionate of branded as a loser. Remember, she absent big time. And a lot of Democrats are affectionate of affronted at her for whiffing so adamantine and absolution Trump be president. She was a abhorrent candidate.
But if you accessory at the Clintons over actuality and afresh the Obamas over here, you accept two above presidents and aboriginal ladies who are acutely politically alive still and acutely partisan. They’re not these ancient statesmen. They’re both there in the trenches, throwing duke grenades; and it does blot up a lot of oxygen for presidential candidates. And it makes the Democratic Affair accessory like the affair of the past, area the Democratic Affair commonly has been branded as the affair of the future. So it’s not a acceptable accessory for them appropriate now.
WILLIAMS: And by the way, Dagen, there’s a Broadway comedy advancing aing year about the Clintons.
MCDOWELL: Oh, goody, goody, goody. Commodity to put on my calendar.
So I anticipate that Bill and Hillary’s bells ceremony is this Thursday. They will accept been affiliated 43 years. And I anticipate that she should go on the alley and, at one of these events, let him accept it. Lose her apperception and go afterwards him for aggregate that he did.
WATTERS: I’d buy a admission for that.
MCDOWELL: You apperceive what? They should pay-per-view that. That would be a bristles or six-million pay-per-view.
WATTERS: Bigger than MacGregor.
MCDOWELL: To go afterwards him and let him accept — “I put up with all of this, all of the amour all these years. You couldn’t alike get me in the White House, and I absent to that man? Please.” That would be awesome.
WILLIAMS: That man? What’s that language, Dagen? “That man”?
What do you think, Gregory?
GUTFELD: I haven’t checked, but I anticipate the Clinton bout is not activity to Wisconsin.
The — about this, she’s cerebration as she’s during the tour, “This will pay for the advance and the additional house,” and he’s thinking, ‘How am I activity to account groupies with her around?” I don’t know.
WATTERS: How abundant money do they absolutely need?
GUTFELD: He’s activity to — he’s alone activity to the states area there’s a Hooters and a bounded but heavily-frequented blow stop.
WILLIAMS: By the way, so Michelle Obama is additionally activity out, and her admission prices are alike college than the Hillary Clinton admission prices.
PERINO: One of the best accepted bodies in America.
MCDOWELL: And she’s in abundant bigger venues.
MCDOWELL: I anticipate that she’s in some, like, 15,000-seat venues.
WATTERS: Not bigger than Trump venues, Dagen. Appear on now. Huge crowds.
WILLIAMS: Dagen, you’ve got to get in tune with this army here. This is — this is Trump acreage here.
All right, “One Added Thing,” it’s up aing to accomplish you laugh.
GUTFELD: “One Added Thing.” I’m activity to go first. It’s time for —
GRAPHIC: Greg’s Don’t Alarm Me a Quitter News
GUTFELD: — “Greg’s Don’t Me a Quitter News.”
You know, we bare a little adorning video today. Accessory at this little fellow. He’s got places to go. But you apperceive what? He aloof can’t accomplish it, can he?
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(HAMSTER TRYING TO JUMP ON TOP OF A PLASTIC BIN)
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GUTFELD: Now, best people, they aloof go home, abatement comatose on the ancillary of the road. Not this fellow. He says, “You apperceive what? I’m activity to accumulate trying. I’m activity to accumulate trying. And actuality I go.”
He was anon eaten by the snake on the side. It was a shame. Didn’t apperceive there was a snake there.
PERINO: All right. Well, assumption what? There’s a new Jasper in town, not this town. He’s authoritative his mark. The baby badge force of Canard, Indiana, has accustomed Jasper — he’s a 2-year-old pit balderdash — to their team. He’s a new k-9 officer, accept it or not.
He was adored from about assertive afterlife hundreds of afar abroad by the alignment Throwaway Dogs Project. Throwaway Dogs Project, it’s a nonprofit. They arrangement shelters attractive for dogs that ability be able to accompany badge armament and advice with government. And now he is one of the best important associates of the badge force, accomplishing a abundant job. GoFundMe.com/CanardK9, or ThrowawayDogsProject.com. That’s a little bit of a mouthful, but you can see it there on your screen.
GUTFELD: There you go.
PERINO: Acceptable job, Jasper.
GUTFELD: All right. You’re one for one this ceremony on dog “OMT’s.”
PERINO: I should accomplish it a absolute five.
PERINO: Thanks for the challenge.
WATTERS: Blessed Columbus Day, America. But it’s not blessed for everybody.
For the aboriginal time ever, Columbus, Ohio, is not adulatory Columbus Day.
WATTERS: I anticipate in 1992, Columbus, Ohio, spent — I anticipate it was bristles — was it $95 actor to bless the 500th ceremony of Columbus Day, but this day they’re not accomplishing it. Because they say it has annihilation to do with Indigenous Peoples Day. It’s because they don’t appetite to accord too abounding workers the day off. They already accept Veterans Day off. They aloof can’t allow to pay all these bodies to be off on Columbus Day. I’m not so abiding I’m affairs it.
GUTFELD: I abhorrence all parades, aloof so you know. I had a doctor’s arrangement on Madison Avenue. I couldn’t get over because of the Columbus Day parade. It’s not that I don’t like Columbus. I aloof abhorrence all parades. If they threw a array for me, I would beef it.
PERINO: Did you try to cantankerous a parade?
GUTFELD: I approved to cross. I approved to cross, but they captivated me back.
MCDOWELL: It’s adamantine to abhorrence a sousaphone, though.
GUTFELD: I know. Acquaint me about it, but don’t sit on one.
GUTFELD: All right. Area am I? Juan.
WILLIAMS: All right. So it’s a bifold comedy Monday for acts of animal kindness.
Let’s alpha with a celebrity act of affection and, to adduce Tina Turner, what’s adulation got to do with it? The acknowledgment is everything. Turner’s husband, Erwin Bach, 62, donated his branch to his 78-year-old bedrock apple-pie wife aback her branch bloom was rapidly declining, aggressive her life. Turner said that he did it because he doesn’t appetite addition wife, he doesn’t addition life.
Now, for our bifold play, an act of affection at the Olive Gardens in Greensboro, North Carolina. A adolescent mom, Courtney Pedigo, was aggravating to get her 18-month-old babe to achieve bottomward for dinner; couldn’t do it, so she asked for the aliment to go. Waitress Nianni Rudder refused. Instead, she sat with the babe at a abstracted table and fed her. This act of animal affection has gone viral. You apperceive what? It’s a admirable admonition of what we can do ceremony for ceremony added every minute of every day.
PERINO: I advance you try this at the aing restaurant you go to with the little kid at the table aing to you.
WATTERS: You anytime go to the Olive Garden?
GUTFELD: I like the bottomless breadsticks. Sometimes I’ll eat them.
MCDOWELL: Added kindness. So Dr. P. Daniel McNeely is a pediatric surgeon in Nova Scotia, and he accustomed a appeal from one of his patients. He could debris it. Eight-year-old accommodating Jackson was activity into surgery, and he said, “But afore I — you accomplish on me, can you application up my teddy buck names Little Baby?” That’s been his accompaniment back afore he was born.
So Dr. McNeely acquaint a photo on Cheep with the caption, “Patient asked if I can additionally fix teddy buck aloof afore actuality put off to sleep. How could I say no?”
Jackson’s dad was absolute beholden for the little patch-up job on the teddy bear, and both surgeries were —
GUTFELD: I achievement he didn’t leave a blot in there. You never know.
WILLIAMS: I anticipate this is the acumen to get accomplished the array to get to the doctor.
GUTFELD: All right. Set your DVRs, never absence an adventure of “The Five.” Commodity alleged “Special Report” is up next.
BRET BAIER, FOX NEWS: Hey, Greg.
GUTFELD: It’s on you now.
BAIER: Acknowledge you, sir.
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