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paramount in all of this, not so fancy, but just called citizen. and citizens in this country need to restore respect for their standing. sara carter, thank you so much. we thank you for being with us. hope you will join us here tomorrow evening. good night. trish: congratulations to the democrats. after three years of moaning and groaning about washington being too white, too male and too old, what do you know? the dems made sure their party will nominate an old, white man for president. ah, the irony. i am trish regan. remember all the hand-wringing about the importance of diversity? >> we have a very diverse party. the heart and soul of this party is diversity, black people, latinos, api people -- >> a coalition of multiracial, multigenerational coalition of african-americans, latinos, whites, native americans, asian-americans. >> our party reflects the diversity of our country.
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trish: let's face it, the party that has done all it can to stamp out white men, especially old white men, out of existence, they just can't avoid electing an old, white man. forget there were a lot more talented people on that stage other than biden. not hard considering all his faux pas. >> what my dad used to say -- ? >> i got hairy legs that turn, that turn blond in the sun. and the kids used to come up and reach in the pool and rub my leg down and watch the hair come back up again. [laughter] trish: i mean, full-on
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weirdness, right? so amy klobuchar, she was actually a pretty worth while candidate. policy wise not my cup of tea, but you know what? she sure as heck seemed a lot more with it than joe biden. low bar right now. and a heck of a lot more on point than comrade are bernie. >> i am the only one in the new hampshire debate when asked if we had a socialist leading the ticket that raised my hand. i do not think that this is the best person to lead the ticket. the math does not add up, nearly $60 trillion. do you know how much that is for all of his programs? that is three times the american economy. >> play the radio, make sure the television -- excuse me, make sure you have the record player on at night. >> the issue of sexual violence and harassment against america. >> we have to just change the culture, period, and keep punching at it and punching at it and punching at it. >> i think we need someone to head up this ticket that actually brings people with her
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instead of shutting them out. i would submit that that is me. trish: ah. is so there was amy klobuchar, and then you had tulsi gabbard, a democrat who tried to take down somehow a russian agent, thank you, hillary clinton. anyway, despite all their talk about equality and how awful president trump is for women and minorities, despite all that rhetoric, they go with an old, white man. narrowed it down to two old white men anyway. and i've got nothing against old white men, thank you very much. but in this case one is a diehard socialist who thinks cuba's murderous dictatorship is just great. >> cuba made progress on education. yes, i think -- >> boo. >> really? really? trish and the other one is, well, kind of losing it.
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>> all right, chuck, thank you very much. chris: all right. it's chris, but -- >> i just did chris. no, no, i just did chuck. i tell you what, man, these are back to back. anyway -- chris: no, it's okay. >> my name's joe biden, i'm a democratic candidate for the united states senate. what's not to like about vermont in terms of the beauty of it? we choose science over fiction, we choose truth over facts. think about it, we hold these truths to be self-evident, all men and women created -- you know the thing. [laughter] trish: and i haven't even gotten started here in terms of the scrutiny on biden for all the kickbacks and the quid pro quos. no laughing matter. the latest new reports out of the ukraine that the ukraine government is actually opening an investigation into biden's alleged corruption. bottom line, i gotta hand it to the dems. they managed to lock down the prototype of all they seemed to
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be against, two white men from another generation. quite a combo. a socialist that honeymooned in russia and a career establishment type with a whole lot of corruption baggage. good luck with that, guys. that's tonight's intel. joining me now, republican congressional candidate. >> utah, burgess owens. good to see you. i mean, this is the best they can do. >> can't make this up, trish, that's for sure. and i'm excited to chat with you on this one because we're at a good spot at this point. trish: i get a kick out of it because this was the party that was supposed to be all about diversity, all about women, all about minorities, and yet they come up with two candidates that are none other than old white men. >> well, there trish, i tell you, this is the time i've been waiting for you, the last 30 years i've been a conservative. we have a chance to finally have
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a conversation with the american people, and it's a fair conversation to have. we have a choice of looking at what made our country great, continue our judeo-christian values, making our people free or looking at communists, socialists and marxists who will end up ruling with iron fists. i'm excited where we're at today, and i think the problem that we have on the other side with sanders, he's such an arrogant communist that he forgot to take a look at the game plan that has worked so successfully for so long which is you always say that you love our country, love american people, love freedom until you get into office, then you run the game of putting your policies against us. he's told us from the very beginning -- trish: okay. so no go there in your book. what about joe biden who has made such a direct appeal to african-american voters? do you think that he's going to hold them? because, let's face it, actually this president has created a much more prosperous job market for latin -- for, forgive me,
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for african-americans and also latin americans or hispanic-americans and also women. >> as i said, this is the time that i've been waiting for for a long time. you know what's interesting is that black americans, like everybody else, we want the best of the american dream. and we're waking up to find out that the left is not giving that to us. i feel real confident that, first of all, we are actually at this point voting for values and principles versus a party and politicians and proud of the black community, 34% based on rasmussening poll are trending toward president trump because he's giving us the right answer. not just promises, but giving us solutions. i feel excited where we're heading today and particularly to look at the stark difference in our american way and communism. trish: they've got two, frankly, lousy candidates. so i guess the ball's in the republicans' court. it's good to see you, thank you so much. tonight, more violent anti-trump rhetoric from irresponsible democrats, you
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know, the kind of talks that resulted in horrific situations like this. >> [bleep] >> i was asked to leave because i worked for president trump. >> three huge guys came up and started probably an inch from my face screaming at me. >> leaf my husband a alone! trish: tonight, when does it stop? democrat majority leader chuck schumer, who's supposed to be condemning this talk, and yet now he's threat the penning the supreme court. so much so that chief justice roberts has just issued a rare rebuke. tonight, we have schumer's violent comments, and we also have justice roberts' incredible smackdown. also tonight the global media happy that biden won? i don't know, you tell me. >> the morning after super tuesday -- >> super wednesday. >> biden showing extraordinary strength from texas to
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massachusetts. >> joe biden pulled off a stunning comeback. trish: the liberal immediate what was so happy that biden won. so happy. but tonight we're checking to see if they reacted the same way after president trump's super tuesday wins. >> donald trump has commandeeredded a successful hostile takeover. >> brash billionaire fromny just won. >> there is a dark underside. he is pushing buttons that are very, very frightening to me and to a lot of people. trish: i'm seeing a difference, are you? but first, the liberal media wants you to know that it was democrat congressman jim clyburn's endorsement, not buttigieg and klobuchar dropping out of the race, that's totally responsible for last night. >> a hand gesture to congressman clyburn. >> reigniting joe biden's
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campaign. trish: so a single endorsement got biden ten states? does that sound right to you? next, why the liberal media will not give credit to consolidating the vote. oh, wait, you know what? that would mean that dems are bringing it against bernie sanders again now, wouldn't it? sanders again now, wouldn't it? the evidence, next. (groans) hmph... (food grunting menacingly) when the food you love doesn't love you back, stay smooth and fight heartburn fast with tums smoothies. ♪ tum tum-tum tum tums with tums smoothies. i need all the breaks, that i can get. at liberty butchumal- cut. liberty biberty- cut. we'll dub it. liberty mutual customizes your car insurance so you only pay for what you need. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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♪ ♪ >> i think what's so remarkable, we've seen that 72-hour period joe biden go from being a joke to a juggernaut. that's what's happened. and i've not seen anything like this ever. i mean, to come from this far back with no money, no machine, no organization just based on this idea that he can get it done is unbelievable. trish: unbelievable, right? unbelievable! some are even saying it was a miracle. just to be clear, this was no miracle. and it certainly are was not clyburn. >> everything that is talked about every day on how to build a winning campaign and all those combined are not as powerful as one man's words. jim clyburn, kingmaker. >> a hand gesture to congressman
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clyburn. >> there queue go. [laughter] -- there you go. >> that guy literally saved the democratic party. >> the man many democrats are crediting for saving joe biden's campaign. trish: come on. let's be honest here, let's call it for what it is. the democrats were smart. they consolidated. they worked together to steal the election from bernie sanders. and he's not one bit happy about it. >> this campaign has been compared to the coronavirus on television, we have been described as the nazi army marching across france. joe is running a campaign which is obviously heavily supported by the corporate establishment. at last count he has received funding from at least 60 billionaires. joe is going to have to explain to the people, the union workers in the midwest, why he supported
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disastrous trade agreements. trish: ooh, ouch. bernie on offense. look, i mean, i'm kind of glad the dems did it, right? we don't need a socialist as the democratic nominee. can you imagine? you think the market is getting killed on coronavirus, i have no doubt investors would be hiding in their basements had comrade sanders looked like he was the nominee. anyway, i'm setting the record straight because headlines like this, they're wrong! take a look. "the new york times," politico, "usa today," the guardian, "the new york times", i know, had one opinion piece where they did call it a miracle. no, no, no, no. no miracle here. this was the democrat establishment's divine intervention. the establishment's divine intervention. in this case, some party establishment types finally, yeah, finally, woke up to the
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threat of a near communist winning the nomination. the democratic establishment in this case was and is the miracle worker. not joe biden himself, not clyburn. after all, who convinced pete and amy to drop out just hours before? and who provided the sudden cashin infusion to -- cash infusion to elizabeth warren's super pac that only supported her and kept her going, kept her taking votes from sanders, thereby costing bernie minnesota where she pulled over 15% of the vote. she cost him there. maine, with another 15%. she cost him there. massachusetts where she pulled a whopping 21% of sanders' voter base, not to mention that sanders would have had bigger victories with more delegates in places like utah colorado, california without warren in the race. i do wonder about the sudden creation of that super pac designed just for her.
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was it really to help her or just to hurt bernie sanders and, thus, help biden? aoc and ilhan omar are lamenting the situation tonight, griping that if only social u.s.es would come together -- socialists would come together and have that kind of coordination. omar tweeting, and i quote: imagine if the progressives consolidated like the moderates consolidated, who would have won? well, bottom line, here it is. the democrat establishment picked their candidate last time, and it seems they're doing it again. because, you know, it worked out so well last time. joining me right now, pennsylvania republican congressman scott perry. congressman, good to see you. >> greet to see you, trish. i know we are supposed to believe that nobody got on the phones, that jim clyburn, amy klobuchar, pete buttigieg, tom steyer all came to the same conclusion at the same time that those candidates running for president i putting all their hard sweat, blood and tears into
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super tuesday just decided moments before the election, you know what? i'm out. we're also supposed to believe that that just transpired simultaneously and it just happens to be to joe biden's credit. trish: yeah. divine intervention, right? [laughter] courtesy of some pretty powerful democrats. >> right. trish: okay. so they consolidated n. some ways i'm sort of surprised, congressman, they didn't do it earlier. what took 'em so long? >> well, i think they were hoping that it was going to work out with some of the other candidates, and let's face it, this is the democrat party -- even joe biden has abandoned centrist positions that he held in the past and gone far off the left edge. and so the point is they -- that's who they are. they want those votes, right? they want bernie sanders' votes, but they just don't want bernie sanders. it's the same old thing with the democrat party establishment. unfortunately, we want you to vote for us whether you're a socialist, whether you're
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hispanic, whether you're a black american. but that's, that's the end of the conversation -- trish: so how disenfranchised, though, are those people getting? if you're in bernie's camp and you think he's going to actually win this thing, and then it turns out that some people made a few phone calls and effectively really hurt your candidate, you might feel like you got robbed again, right? so do you sit home? do you switch sides? where do they go? >> i think it remains, it's got to shake out a little bit. there's also some tension, obviously, between the warren faction and the sanders faction. if that can be worked out somehow, i think we have to see what that looks like. but i i know the last time they did this, the sanders folks, a lot of them did sit out and even some came to trump. i think they did it this way to make the illusion that this happened organically. they set the tables to give them -- the democrat party leadership, let's face it, doesn't, they don't trust their
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voters to choose. right? so they're going to give them limited choices to make sure they get to the right place. that's what a they did, and i think the sanders folks are going to have to come to that realization or they're just nebraska going to -- never going to believe it. and bernie himself has to come to that realization. trish: donald trump called it, he said this was going to happen. >> look, donald trump is the youngest man in the race now. [laughter] trish: that's a good point. congressman, good to see you. thank you so much. >> great to see you. trish: coming up next, more violent anti-trump rhetoric from misguided, irresponsible if democrats. remember this. >> you cannot be civil -- >> get up in the face of some congress people! >> when they go low, we -- >> you tell them they're not welcome! trish: you know, that's the kind of talk that resulted in some pretty horrific, violent situations, situations like this. >> i was asked to leave because i work for president trump. >> three huge guys came up and
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started probably an inch from my face screaming at me. >> why don't you leave my husband alone! >> [inaudible conversations] trish: next, when does it stop? tonight the top dem is actually feeding the anger and the violent. democrat minority leader chuck schumer should be ashamed. he is now threatening trump appointees to the supreme court. so much so that chief justice roberts had to issue a rare rebuke tonight calling schumer's words irresponsible and violent. next, you're going to hear schumer's violent comments for yourself as well as justice roberts' epic shaming of this top dem, next. ♪ at fidelity, online u.s. stocks and etfs are commission-free. and when you open a new brokerage account, your cash is automatically invested at a great rate.
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♪ muck. trish: the liberal media distracted for one night one night from coronavirus. distracted by super tuesday. sure enough, they're back at it trying to scare people, trying to convince people this is all somehow president trump's fault. meanwhile, nothing could be actually further from the truth as the president and his task force are working overtime right now trying to keep us safe. hey, remember swine flu? i just want everybody to have some perspective on all this here. back during swine flu more than 12,000 americans died. coronavirus, it looks very different right now. tragically, 11 americans have died. but, again, important to have some perspective. i mean, don't tell that to the mainstream media. they're all acting as if this could be the undoing of president trump. in fact, they kind of seem to be cheering it on if you watch carefully. take a peek. >> what does this say about the government's initial management of the coronavirus? >> a major misstep. >> it is more than just a lack
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of leadership. >> federal officials were slow to get testing kits out to hospitals. >> it is going to get worse. and then instead of fixing the problem, your president is going to sulk. >> this administration offers false reassurance. if they don't change their tune, it's going to go from a scandal to a cover-up. trish: joining me right now, health care venture capitalist and republican senator from florida, rick scott. senator scott, good to have you on the program. you know,, i think it's important, right, to be aware of this, to be cautious, to be careful. but nonetheless, not to let it reach a level of hysteria which the media in some ways seems to be encouraging. how do you think about this right now? >> first off, it shouldn't be political. the dem9 just hate -- dems just hate president trump, and they're going to try to make him look bad. they're working hard. the vice president did a press conference today, they're trying to get out information. i think they ought to be doing a press conference every day. there's more things they could do every day. i dealt with this as governor.
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whether it's hurricanes or the zika crisis, you need to have a 24/7 hotline just for this issue, so i hope the cdc does that. the biggest issue i'm dealing with in florida is we've got a lot of airport travelers, so how are we going to keep all of our flyers with safe. look, the trump administration, they're putting out information. i get briefings pretty much every day. and they're trying to make sure the public is informed. but the bottom line is, you know, prepare people for the worst and always hope for the best and usually things work out, and i hope in this case -- it's horrible the 11 people we've lost already, but i hope we don't lose any more. trish: yeah. there's, like, a run on hand sanitizer everywhere right now, including on amazon. i think in some cases you can see a 5-ounce bottle of purehl going for $100. a pack of 12, $279. i mean, this is nuts!
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this is really nuts. and, again, we all need to encourage good hygiene, but, you know, it's reaching a level of he iser the ya which i think -- hysteria which i think is dangerous in its own ways. senator, i want to turn to another topic, because i want to get your thoughts on what i would say is a rather horrifying story, a disgusting attempt by the left to threaten our supreme court justices. here is senator chuck schumer today. watch. >> i want to tell you, gorsuch, i want to tell you, kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price! [cheers and applause] you won't know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions. trish: this is because the supreme court's taking up an abortion case. and, you know, it's a pretty direct threat to them. chief justice roberts actually
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issuing a scathing reply to schumer's rant tonight, and this is very rare as you know, sir. saying, quote: justices know that criticism comes with the territory, but threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate, they are dangerous. all members of the court will continue to do their job without fear or favor from whatever quarter. the violent language is really out in full force, sir, from the left. what is your reaction to it tonight, senator? >> well, you don't have -- i don't have high expectations for chuck schumer, but threatening a supreme court justice is a pretty big, pretty low. i mean, look, i think it's as simple as this, he's worried about a primary challenge from aoc, and so he's trying to reach that base. i think there's a lot of other ways that he could reach the fringe left rather than attack a supreme court justice. it was wrong, it was a low. i think everybody in this country is disappointed in chuck schumer right now. trish: do the justices deserve
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an apology from him? >> absolutely. will he apologize? no way. trish: he's doubling down right now. he came back with a statement against, against roberts because, you know, he's angry. >> everything he does, everything he does is politics. i mean, he's not about let's do good policy, let's worry about our country. it's how can he attack trump, you know, the supreme court justices, republicans. that's all he does all day long. he wants to be, he wants to be the majority leader so bad in the senate, he will do anything. i mean, he spent $65 million in my race in 2018, had a super pac to try to beat me. he'll do anything to try to become majority leader. trish: it's disappointing because, you know, we kind of hold you all up on a pedestal, you know? regardless of party, you're senators. and, you know, you, you're an important part, the fabric of our country. and to see one of them treat our
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supreme court justices like that, you know, people who certainly should be above reproach and shouldn't be threatened in that way, he's willing -- it seems, senator -- to take a dangerous turn. >> right. but you know what? the democrats have all become socialists. and if they can't get it through the ballot box, they'll do it through the court system, they'll intimidate people, they'll do whatever they want. they've all become socialists. we can all -- you know, think about it, we can all say, oh, bernie sanders is a socialist. no, he's the one that's at least admitting it. they've all become socialists. and biden will be just as dangerous as bernie sanders is crazy. trish: i have a feeling you're quite right. in fact, that's actually one of my next segments coming up. [laughter] so you led into that quite well, senator. thank you very much, it's good to have all your perspective. >> thank you. trish: msnbc snowflakes eating their own all due to a hugh sensitive total p.c. culture,
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one that they created. the alt-left news network tossing out old school tv veteran chris matthews who, by the way, helped build that place. coming up, you know, i disagreed with a lot of his politics. we did not see eye to eye. but he certainly are didn't deserve what they handed him, and i'm taking them on. but first, hey, colorado. hey, california. hey, vermont. hey, utah, what are you thinking? four more u.s. states going for socialism last night? what's happening to our union? next, i call them out because the so-called democrats in those states need a serious wake-up call, after this. ♪ ♪ i'm your 70lb st. bernard puppy, and my lack of impulse control, is about to become your problem. ahh no, come on. i saw you eating poop earlier. hey! my focus is on the road,
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>> anybody who qualifies for medicaid gets it free. gets medicare free. and make sure community college is free. >> medicare for all. >> give every american $1,000 a month tuition-free, public sate universities. >> free -- >> free. >> free. trish: okay, got it. free. they have made their point loud and clear. and somehow for a group of people that if you ask me really seem hardly american, they really is have got a bad approach to work, right? they managed to capture, if you would, the imagination of these folks that are socialist. i guess there's a school of utopian thought out there not grounded in any kind of reality that actually believes in free everything. a school of thought that has no concept of how much anything actually costs, no sense of how markets work. because, apparently, we no longer teach math in school. and as such, the mainstream wig
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of the democrat -- wing of the democrat party still needs to court these votes. i'm talking about the ultra-left. this is what governor rick scott, now-senator rick scott was just talking about, these socialists, right? they manage to get all these delegates in california, in utah, in vermont, in colorado. it's really actually kind of terrifying if you think about it. in colorado and california and vermont, you know, i know it's cool to be grungey but, guys, it's really going to stink if you have to pay those federal taxes on your underground weed businesses, isn't it? i'm sorry, but we've got a bunch of stoner-type hippies who think it's cool to just tack tax the rich. the rich will provide for everyone else. it's a very un-american way of thinking. and not democratic. it's not who we are. but before you say these people aren't an issue, right?
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joe biden's coming in, remember, the democrat party still needs these people. and they want them, and they will do anything to keep them in the fold. joining me right now trump 22 campaign adviser mercedes -- 2020 campaign adviser, mercedes schlapp. you have a cuban background, so your family knows just how awful socialism and communism really is. and yet you've got people out there in california, in colorado and vermont, they're actually voting for it. what does that tell you about where part of the country is right now? >> well, i got to spend time with my father this weekend at cpac, and, you know, we talked. he shared with me, he said, look, i'm really concerned about this next election because he wants to make sure, he's been a donald trump supporter since day one. he wants to make sure the president gets reelected. he knows all too well that democracy is fragile, that we could lose a country in a matter of decades when there is a
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transformation towards socialism. he saw it in his own country in cuba, he was jailed for six years as a political prisoner because of his beliefs of standing for freedom, trying to get rid of the castro regime at the time. and i have to tell you, he can sense the warning signals all the time. he says here's the deal, this idea of this utopia, this idea of free everything, what it leads to is to the loss of the individual. it leads to collective thinking. it leads to intolerance and lack of diversity of thought. you just saw this with senator schumer saying that our two supreme court justices are going to pay the price. that, to me, is un-american. it is what you would consider something that a socialist would say where the government is the one, is the one that will decide how you think or what you need to decide. and that is incredibly problematic. trish: i'm going ask the control room if they can pull that sound
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up again, because it really is shocking, of senator schumer there saying what he said. and you're right, mercedes. i mean, they are all about putting the community above the individual, and that is not what we were founded on. remember, we're all about individual rights. individual property. the communist dictatorships are the antithesis, right? they say we're going to do something -- which, by the way, is never ultimately for the common good. it's ultimately very destructive for communities and people. but to your point, chuck schumer, he should be ashamed for this, because this is un-american. here we go, let's play it. >> i want to tell you, gorsuch, i want to tell you, kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price! [cheers and applause] you won't know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions. trish: so it's that kind of intimidation -- [inaudible conversations]
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>> yep. and that's problematic because what is so great about our nation is that we have these three branches of government that are meant to balance each other. and there's always been great respect for the judicial branch. and so for a democrat senator, the leader, one of the leaders of the democrat party, to basically threaten our supreme court justices, that's just unheard of. and i just find it -- this is where the democrats just keep going way too far. they go way too far on their policies, and what is unnerving for me -- and i think you feel the same way, trish -- is when you look at these exit polls in these democrat primaries yesterday, in california 54% of them, of the democrats, find socialism favorable. trish: acceptable, uh-huh. >> 57% they find socialism favorable. now, that's not the majority of americans, but for the democrat party they really feel very strongly -- trish: and then -- [inaudible]
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right? so you will see joe biden, if he's eventually the guy, you will see him track, i believe, increasingly left to bring in those so-called progressives that he needs to court. >> and let me make this very clear, biden is not a moderate, okay? he is more aligned with bernie sanders than we think. he is not a moderate. he said it himself this past weekend on "fox news sunday." he's made it very clear, he is a liberal. he is aligned with socialist policies including medicare for all, including the elimination of our fossil fuel industry, and it is always about the government taking away from the individual. that is not what president trump stands for. he stands for individualism, he stands for economic growth which, as you know being a financial expert, what work works. we know that capitalism has uplifted more people out of poverty, has allowed for america to grow because of the pro-growth economic policies of
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this president. trish: for sure. smart policy and limited government, i like it. it's ad good, winning combo. mercedes, thank you so much. coming up next, msnbc has no class. the alt-left news network tossing out an anchor who helped build their, well, crazy house. and undeniably left his mark on american politics and culture in the process, and for what? an inappropriate comment. next, you know, i didn't agree with a lot of chris matthews' policies, or politics, right? but he didn't deserve that. that shameful treatment that he got. i'm taking on msnbc's out of whack, hypersensitive p.c. culture next, right after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ yes i'm stuck in the middle with you, ♪ no one likes to feel stuck, boxed in, or held back.
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♪ ♪ trish: chris matthews is out at msnbc and the latest example of the left and the mainstream media eating their own. msnbc tossing out an old school veteran who really helped build that network, and they tossed him out quite unceremoniously, shall we say. here we was the other night. >> let's not say good-bye, but
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til we meet again. trish: oh, by the way, that was the beginning of the show. why did they do this right now with him? because he said a few things about bernie sanders? because a woman who writes for gq didn't like the way he talked to her in the makeup room? are they in total paranoid mode? a victim of the p.c. culture that they have upheld on the air but clearly not behind the scenes? matt lauer? i mean, look, from what i know chris matthews was, is certainly no math lauer. i mean, he -- matt lauer. he may not have been perfect and may have said some things that ruffled people's feathers, but he's not the first one to do it, especially there, right? [laughter] let me share with you a point that media critic steve krakauer makes when he says, you know, look, it's kind of odd that they decided to get rid of matthews, but tom brokaw is still there, and he was accused of sexual misconduct. and then you've got joy reid who's still there, and she's one
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who had all kinds of homophobic and bigoted content. my goodness some why are the rules different for those folks but chris matthews is shown the door? you know, i'm going to tell you something, i used to work there, and i worked many time on chris matthews' show, and he was always very respectful. one thing i liked about him -- we didn't see eye to eye in terms of politics or policy, certainly on the economy, but nonetheless, he understood economics. this is a guy who understood the difference between fiscal and monetary policy which i'm telling you is a rare thing there at nbc. but he understood it, he appreciated it, he was an economics major at holy cross, and he was willing to listen to the other side. and that's something that, you know, regardless of where you are, you always need to be willing and able to do. that organization as a whole
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seems very unwilling to hear that other side. and i think it's going to come back to haunt them. joining me right now the daily caller's stephanie hamill. good to see you. >> good to see you, trish. trish: they've got joy reid still on the air, brian williams had some mishaps of his own, a loose sense of the truth, and, you know, tom brokaw encountered all kinds of accusations and yet chris matthews is the one to go? how come? >> yeah. there's a hot to unpack here, trish. joy reid, the gay homophobic slurs, she's still there. that whole story was pretty by, if you will. as for -- pretty bizarre. as for matthews, i find the timing suspect. i've never met him. i've seen a lot of his segments, and i have mixed feelings about him and him leaving the network. i'm very unhappy with a lot of his coverage, how he's treated president donald trump, the how he treats republicans often
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times. but if you look at the past couple weeks, we saw him go off on senator bernie sanders -- trish: yeah -- [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] trish: other commentators, they've compared donald trump to hitler. i mean, there have been a lot of, you know, accusations about nazi germany and the similarities between nazi e germany and this administration. coming from that network. >> yes. and he had to apologize to senator sanders for saying that the nevada caucus was like the nazis' takeover of france. he apologized -- trish: joe scarborough doesn't need to apologize when he makes that analogy -- >> yeah. everyone else can say what they want to say, but matthews can'tment i think what broke the camel's back is when he had the interview with senator elizabeth warren, and he was pressing her on her allegations against bloomberg with his issues against women. he was saying, hook, you believe women, that means bloomberg's a liar. is so this is when this all began, and that's when the gq
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article author accused him of flirting with her, and she took issue with him saying why haven't i fallen in love love to with you while she was getting her makeup done. something msnbc has known about for many years, there were complaints back in 1997. so, again, the timing -- trish: i don't know. i, you know, i certainly never saw that side of him. i thought he was, you know, a pretty -- behind the scenes -- a good person and a good colleague. so it's disturbing to see how quickly they're willing to kick him to the curb. i've got to leave it there. stephanie, thank you so much. kennedy joins us with a look at what's coming up on her show. kennedy: great kisser too. [laughter] well, we'll tell you this, you know it's who's going to get smacked in the kisser, joe biden. authored a couple of bills that
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decimatedded entire communities. the president is making fantastic inroads. we will discuss tonight. trish: coming up next, money cannot buy elections. bloomberg is proof. i'm calling out him and ♪ limu emu & doug [ siren ] give me your hand! i can save you... lots of money with liberty mutual! we customize your car insurance so you only pay for what you need! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ there's a company that's talked than me: jd power.people 448,134 to be exact. they answered 410 questions in 8 categories about vehicle quality. and when they were done, chevy earned more j.d. power quality awards across cars, trucks and suvs than any other brand
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can we take that canary basic? sticky fingers? [laughter] the president tweeted that one out. tramp supported tweeting that one out, all kinds of things they made today were doing it for free. bloomberg, paid big delegate did not work out. kennedy: i will take his money, bernie sanders, your days are numbered. after joe biden completely, unexpectedly trounced on tuesday says sleepy joe kidnapping his dagger and crazy bernie's errors early as next week. how? michigan. last night biden 110 out of 15 primaries including every southern state on the board plus bernie to california, but they have not released the delegate break down there. as of now, two front runners are pretty close in the delegate count.

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