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Welcome -- -- -- on TV can't really be filling in for Greg Gutfeld let's go to comedian Paul material for a pregame report -- what's coming up on tonight's show.
Thanks sandy our top story tonight is your middle schooler doping or is he just naturally as it faced jerk.
One school district wants to put it to the -- Our panel will weigh in and offer no clarity plus.
Artist Andres Serrano is controversial photograph (%expletive) Christ we'll be exhibited in New York City next week causing outrage.
Mayor Bloomberg says it's okay.
As long as it's less than sixteen ounce -- and finally media publication court says the United States is number one and cocaine use.
Three cheers for the red white and blue and why -- and why -- and why then why it.
-- Facts faulty at -- half.
Let's welcome our -- I'm here tonight with author and political commentator image and Lloyd -- her latest book is called the Twitter diaries it sounds delightful a look at Vanity Fair editor Chris -- there.
Bill Schultz he thinks he's getting -- style but he's not.
And sitting right next to -- -- go proud co-founder and miserable Pittsburgh Steelers -- town hall so raw video ma.
-- Party youths on the juice.
Well probably not but we're -- anyway.
-- several states are now requiring the middle school drug testing for students who want to participate in sports or other extracurricular activities like choir and drama.
Some parents of sued saying that taking -- taking urine samples is unnecessary and infringes on their kids' rights.
But proponents of the policy claim it's never too early to strike fear in the hearts a future -- performance enhancing drug offenders.
Explains one superintendent quote we wanted to do it to create a general awareness of drug prevention.
And -- the owner of a drug testing company quote the eighth graders they're still making decisions and it helps if you give them that deterrent.
Meanwhile -- crystal meth use amongst Germany's squirrel population continues unabated.
A few times I do you -- Stay away from the blue stuff -- that's what happened.
Image and I go to you first OK I don't even know why now I don't know -- -- -- that you -- the prettiest person on the panel tank miles up.
Does -- seem extreme to you.
A bit extreme I am deciding on on on the fence about this one because he all one level yes see anybody get to middle school he might want to have an uncle that beverage -- I think that will be how you go through -- style hot and I didn't have a round number but at the same time there is increasing problem with case on drugs and -- -- -- perhaps if you want drug testing them.
And maybe it means annoyance of a downward spiral.
Meaningful it but they say they say there are no known instances of middle school kids testing positive for performance enhancing drugs and very few testing positive for pot so.
Well is it are they doing it really because they're worried about doing it gentlemen sports or is that just an excuse.
I mean -- isn't -- that is completely unrelated to actually played sports well it's an important and they should because it it's it's for all means for.
Choir and drama which are hot beds mostly.
I haven't been met again I think -- all but at the purported basically admit that drug use isn't a problem in the middle schools and they're saying this oh this will prevent kids from developing drug problems I don't understand that.
Yeah person that I feel like getting tested for drugs as.
Is not is just gonna make if kids -- doing residents cannot.
The on you know lacrosse team.
Yeah well here's a novel concept how about the schools actually work on educating our children so they -- they fail miserably act instead of figured out should we be testing eighth graders for drugs.
How do we test eighth graders for Powell I don't know knowledge of Matt Matt -- -- Cyan value without now I mean let's start -- back.
But kept me ask you this as a sort of libertarian conspiracy theorists.
I don't think the whole point of this is -- to condition kids to get used to the stage poking its -- all up in our lives.
You get used to getting drug tested when you're in seventh grade suddenly when -- Nadal and TSA wants to Janet's finger wherever you're like oh the -- kind of avenues to this my whole life.
Well that is -- -- there's absolutely no doubt that we are just getting more and more conditioned to have intrusions into our into our personal life and our privacy.
All the time this is obviously what we really.
You think there's a huge problem we have kids -- in glee.
You're using performance enhancing drugs ones -- required that they actually have drug testing and by the way I like the only person said this was a good idea with a guy who owned a drug test.
I would like to help us pray that I visited.
I never thought -- comment you're not claiming he had maybe has a vested interest no no not at all -- -- purely -- -- did you have no proof of that what's going on what's allowed him to.
The bill do you look at this as yet another test that you would have -- documents.
Yes like a personal attack.
I'm actually right on what with the -- bus right now.
Less drug tested more tasks -- I don't care of these kids have had an interaction with the spirit green leaf.
I care when they know what you and I -- about science math and right now they don't this is -- because it again go regular guy touching on.
Kids it might be little.
Underage pot smoking couch potatoes will be deterred from being anything but -- test is going to tell them they can't -- -- department might change their behavior.
It's silly silly silly.
So good to go by what doesn't I do you agree that it.
This might have the effect of keeping starters from actually anticipating -- -- activities which gives him more time to these donors yeah I mean I think it is it a prime would be effective in preventing them from going in sports and I think.
You know you want kids out on the field you -- kids playing sports and you know being active and even being enquirer you know drama club is great.
And it sort of markets business sense I just last week and it didn't help play doubles jacket for second here.
Is the idea of this if you start drug testing kids before they're even doing drugs that they won't start doing drugs and this is what they're saying they -- And say basically and also I think -- about 10% of kids between twelve and seventeen year.
1512 and seventeen our -- drugs so I do you want to help them he -- -- to drug rehab her.
We have programs Capps has supported many saying -- an -- and also what's.
Worst tragedy tests them for body mass index and forget about steroid that dynamic union reps they wanted to get diabetes -- what's the lesser of two evils.
I'm asking you what is a lesser of two evils and that is you all right that's all that was not an option can we just start testing and nursery school -- why we're waiting to middle school.
To the points earlier question.
We'll always gonna answer it about him now I don't fancy wine was good from drug test to psych tests.
So our political beliefs inherently deep.
Well according to experts lefty and -- -- view -- differently they are different in their personalities and even their unconscious reactions to the big fat world around them.
For example a study this year found that when viewing a bunch of photographs conservatives' eyes -- consciously lingered -- 50% longer on repellent images such as car wrecks.
Suggesting that they are more -- than liberals to -- include the potential danger.
And it 2008 researchers looked at the dorm rooms of college students lucky.
And found that conservatives had more cleaning -- organizational -- showing that -- orderly and disciplined.
While liberals -- more books and travel related -- which fits with their rap for being more open and novelty seeking.
-- -- -- -- These are not superficial differences they're psychologically deep my hunch is that the capacity to organize -- political world into left or right may be a part of human nature.
So how can we settle our differences.
Maybe by taking a cue from the -- Okay.
-- acquired two more like Hudson didn't -- the conservatives are against that you.
Rather than liberals say it -- Forget all about the steady -- that and I don't know Baghdad round at least I didn't make any sense here.
I mean on the one hand when I read it at first it -- make sense but there remains one of the main takeaways with that conservatives are more anxious.
There's actually some in the -- Jones I I don't necessarily think haven't I cannot -- association I sort of think of them as.
Confident and secure it and that's with some some of surprised -- -- But I think what that what they're saying is conservatives are more attuned to possible order or -- conscious of possible dangers.
Which in many cases to be why they support like a stronger police force and stuff like that.
Yeah I mean that in and make sense certainly when you see it.
-- baron Jonathan hated it one of the study says he thinks that if if people can just see.
That people on the other side from them aren't immoral.
But just focus on different moral principles that it might lessen the antagonism between them -- NetSuite has really.
So naive yeah.
And my only question -- -- -- -- the question we should not only added I think that's sweet.
Yes it is very seriously and completely and totally naive my question is isn't what nerds -- dorm rooms were -- looking -- I mean they found to ironing boards and cleaning material to have conservative -- -- that once they found.
You know dusty books and travel items like where was the beer I just -- maybe he'd thought the ironing boards for cleaning but really -- -- -- oh yeah so you can get really have cleaning products he Haitian kids.
Can emphasize -- enough.
I need to say you have extra water pipes in case a pipe break here at Atlanta show that you're -- -- it -- I imagine you're saying that in the green and you think the answer -- all this is to split America into two countries when you have blue state and one red state so that the British empire to rise again.
Yes that was -- Actually not I think it that Americans more some less than this and fundamentally I think an American original much written many Republicans many Democrats have -- -- -- has licensed 5149.
You have a -- case was dismissed but let's check some bounces and that involves compromise which is why in poll after poll after poll lost got to -- and I still.
85% of Americans wants Republicans and Democrats to what's getting congress to get stuff.
Dominance like congress' approval rating is -- zero credit meticulous scientific Sunday I think any.
-- -- -- -- 0% of those people on Twitter is to have you back all the people who are compromise -- working together it out of them Antoinette -- in Washington for them up.
They've built this study was only done on humans as an unfair to creatures like you I know you can't hear me war son -- -- late seventies.
It was all about human rights really brought the movement sure I'm sure they did beat all those great sense is that everyone followed this -- cliche.
That we off topic what they said that liberals had lots of travel memorabilia because -- -- to the outside world and their apartments are very unclean because -- data mining creative.
And they lacked self discipline.
Because that Barack yeah.
Yeah -- described yourself just.
Describing my apartment all of the -- -- some places I've not been -- And anyone who would be on the other side would call me economy -- that's because that's the cliche where they've fallen there although he didn't is one part of the study.
They looked disturbing images like Clark Iraq's people giving gay married and sing happy holidays rather Mary Preston yeah all of those things agitated and to be extremely -- error I don't believe yes and that's part of it goes that's part of -- Hey -- there's another test I -- it from a group that are being also included his job and he got.
They did they say is the biggest study of libertarians psychology ever which I believe it's probably true because it's the only -- They found that libertarians liberals -- conservatives all differ from each other on a bunch and psychological traits libertarian show.
Stronger endorsement of individual liberty as their foremost guiding principle.
Relatively cerebral as opposed to emotional cognitive style and the lower the scored lower on interdependence of social related news that sounds about right.
Absolutely love -- -- will down libertarian philosophy for folks.
I do whatever the hell I want to do you do whatever the hell you want you don't ask me to pay for your crap I won't ask you to pay for my -- Their -- about right now that I put.
But that problem I don't have a problem these studies that do -- liberal conservative thing because they leave out.
Libertarian -- and then like I -- so I never fit in them.
Well -- yeah.
I -- a whole life not hitting -- the psychological studies and it's worked me.
-- wanted to be this awful cynical person that I am today who lives at home friendlies eating candy corn.
You know how that is exactly what did -- you had to study he looked tired you would elaborate on the libertarian when he had a steady but just confirmed what you already an hour before the study came out which was a shining relaxing and -- -- -- don't don't don't.
Participate in studies I'm not sure how -- have a good and -- every study is actually part and a world government conspiracy if so I never participated one and I don't know any other libertarians out the other probably well they trick them into thinking it was -- -- -- -- forums -- and they immediately started happening halfway through and lessons yeah I think it goes from there.
-- -- -- yeah a great show yeah.
Well it's a constant personal -- I'm religious figure that -- a certain faith but don't worry America you're safe it's only christianity.
-- actually the (%expletive) Christ photographs returning to New York City as part of an exhibition in midtown.
If there if he shows a crucifix -- in the artist's urine for a response will likely be more subdued then it was to that video on YouTube.
Says one local politician quote as a Catholic I find his price to be vulgar and offensive just as many in the Islamic world found -- of Muslims to be highly offensive.
He also -- the president for not -- in saying quote the Obama administration's hypocrisy and utter lack of respect for the religious beliefs of Americans has reached an all time high.
I talk President Obama to stand up for America's values and beliefs and denounced his price that is offended Christians at home and abroad.
Very why hasn't president Obama's stop his -- price for being displayed and how quickly can we impeach him.
What happens tomorrow it I -- an already happened I don't understand this I got to do first off I mean dug dug the hole is cresting of course it's offensive and I'm disgusted that -- -- any tax dollars spent on it.
However the answer is not to have Obama come out and denounce it he shouldn't have denounced.
Does the YouTube video that nobody saw the answer to fighting the goat -- barbarians who -- storming our embassies abroad isn't the start act.
Acting like them.
It's for -- to see you learn what we have freedom of speech we're not gonna censor people you want somebody wants to look at some garbage.
Fine we should pay port and the story forward -- -- -- exactly so -- I think it is.
Completely hypocritical of the Obama administration to condemn the anti Muslim film.
And remain silent on anti Christian stuff I just don't think the answers to them to start to start becoming art and film critics and start.
City -- -- all I denounce this.
I announced that.
Just shut up and don't talk about any of it is not your job you have of course -- -- I don't -- -- -- -- what does Bill Donohue and the Catholic league where they want.
When it what have Americans today want they want something where we react to this you -- YouTube video by rioting in the streets because there's no freedom of speech we're selling used to that right that makes no sense at all and that's just not America's I don't know the goal is and that's not I actually agree with you images that look.
It's it's an offensive piece I think it's stupid.
But caught up on a broader scale is an art on some of it at least somewhat supposed to offend.
Well I'm is all about freedom of speech is an -- and on other defendants transcended race hasn't.
This this this -- -- in 1970 wasn't it with taxpayer money on so Ronald rate gun.
Anyway says site and I -- joking -- -- right now.
I just wish we would not means obesity and -- -- peace Abbas quite frankly should be an obscure some 57 street and it got me an idea that.
Guys and what.
-- thing it's like this movie it's it gets.
Gets more and more known because of critics like I wouldn't have even known it was going to be back in New York if people weren't getting upset that it was going to be back to New York.
Yes and this guy you know it look -- even the people and the -- see -- -- -- really doing as much for the movie played.
As ridiculous and ignorant this reaction has been in the Middle East he -- that -- get off on the fact he is outraged at looking excuse to bash America and to a much lesser extent.
So does this -- If you really want to see people see those guys.
You get off of the microphone stopped announcing Obama -- even mentioning something like he's got kind of gives a crap like this.
And not -- I will get -- -- -- help all he's asking us to announce that he's not asking questions on killing him.
Yeah so at least.
There's a different -- not asking for to be -- he's Jason actually has been that I don't think the president should denounce it but at least.
He's not asking for to be but if he was really good -- Christian and didn't want anyone to see this press -- -- talking about his hat and a part of me by the -- thinks that the artist knew that this -- would be controversial.
All the lord I wouldn't yeah yeah.
I just didn't look all I don't even I think anybody that's nothing to back -- wow all right coming up.
Can arts and crafts well even the most motorists like a -- lust for blood.
-- Lloyd Webber discusses her new book how -- -- not to -- so -- after the break but first.
Is John Travolta gave me new respect from time -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- having -- become more of them being well John Travolta thinks so and as a fellow celebrity I couldn't agree more.
But while I -- who made headlines earlier this year for allegedly groping -- -- sewers says it is quote the worst time to be famous.
-- -- also told the BBC that measures should be taken to protect celebs from the kind of exposure Kate Middleton recently experienced.
It was a sex -- -- something.
Anyway he said quote.
There is a right to privacy and whether you're famous or not famous and I feel like that anyone being invaded at that level is unfortunate and there should be a law no one would like that.
So let's discuss in.
Brother didn't John Travolta mean to say it's the worst time to be John Travolta yes because it's misuses.
Mike kept quiet for just like decade it here.
I'd like -- right now they talk neglect of hand there and unguarded.
Ridiculously efficient and I.
I asked them to be quiet and they're not that have to be illegals right there he -- twenty summit that -- from the yeah.
-- it -- as this may lead.
Travolta sly way of looking for deeds he's letting people know we need someone who can keep a secret what did you write whatever -- -- might or might not that he likes a lot of mayonnaise on the -- -- I don't know what I really like is what -- -- use that phrase like privacy invaded like I wonder any -- -- Missouri put it out.
Let's seems unfamiliar to me -- wasn't privacy there tonight right.
Products invaded not -- image are the tabloids from your tiny island nation are they worse than what we've got here they should -- -- all these problems.
If everything is Britain's fault as a as you know -- now that it fundamentally Kate Middleton should have kept -- upon.
I think it should be at nine -- pigs and Princeton's John Travolta's young child who died I didn't humidity -- and not act whenever we love what we weren't too -- but yeah everybody else happy endings I think quite frank yeah.
Yeah I'm not.
Tell them on the things I heard that it didn't run that picked any of those pictures -- -- right I mean yeah that was we -- we have right now in the area.
Billy you've been following Travolta for some time now online and IRL as the kids like to say what's the latest with him.
The latest is on this all this but Allison terrible -- -- in his interview.
It should be noted that he was doing this interview promoting movies savages of which -- -- probably point to fifteen million dollars -- his first film since 2010.
-- which is probably -- if -- so warm million on those.
But I feel horrible for this man -- tell -- -- You what he's talking about is what everyone's dealing without a smaller level I mean -- at a national level people know what he may have made out of done.
The sheet of a -- table.
But it's happening in colleges have -- schools.
If you've got one sex pick someone else on -- -- post that and it's gonna ruin your own little celebrity on how high school so I just celebrities have to do this everyone's dealing with it now.
But it just sounds a lot more depressing when it comes from that millionaires -- It really does our next topic is the Internet making us -- better question dumber us is making Internet.
-- Well despite fears of just that research show that kids around the world are actually performing better on intelligence tests.
And one scientist theorizes all these new two based technologies actually help people a better organized symbols and think -- struck me I don't know what that means.
Rather to the real answer here be that the net is making us smarter in some ways and dumber and others.
I think I think may be onto something there yeah I definitely I I can't do anything without having the TV on in the background and -- been trained that way.
I don't think it's making smarter but I would love to believe that.
Well that's a thing like when we were going up partly -- always had the TV on and which we still do but now you also you -- the TV on but you also always have your computer out get Twitter -- whatever it no matter what you're doing and exactly yeah.
I've had no point there what's ahead.
They wanted to feel you inside your home.
-- -- by the Internet isn't as bad for us as we didn't hold.
Well I mean all sealed up iChat multitasking.
However -- local.
People -- essential skills that might explain why you're single I'm single and you'll cynical that I choice -- I'm just doing my dad's death Sutton and a mean -- current -- -- line can't make you any dumber than watching something like honeymoon.
No absolutely cannot absolutely and -- -- by the way should we be surprised that like it limitless access to all this knowledge all over the place would actually make us dumber they -- -- -- -- right you know more eighty -- but.
Not surprising does that make him dump -- it billion -- use of the Internet involves going to Google having celebrities names and then the word nude yes how -- this -- smarter.
Certainly not because today when I attacked those very things and I believe -- -- Blake lively I got a got a horse -- -- -- -- and how god.
Where can I possibly use this and think operate -- I think the kids aren't getting smarter to lead heading into the Internet I think you have to do all the pot or steroids or -- -- let me coming out of all the.
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-- hey we're back let's find out if we got anything wrong so far for that we go to -- the curious.
Drug tests being.
That are involved.
I'm good Andy -- you get it's customary to ask sometimes.
But yeah that's fine just going to -- shocking come from a libertarian who's socially closed off trying to finish up and then.
I didn't mean it.
And -- this is why can't socialize because you've got a really just the kind of awkward yeah -- a lot of banter I hit.
I hate you so much -- it thanks to returning my text you wanna go out he returned attacks not even like no I'm busy.
That is so socially retarded hash -- libertarian -- and I go I would take it doesn't know them.
-- -- I have a chat between exactly like saying you -- but with less effort for me yeah.
Make time OK.
Drug testing is -- a bit don't you think -- and some way this puts more pressure on kids.
The kids that aren't doing drugs because then when they get tested negative everybody's gonna find out that they've been lying about doing drugs in the no longer cool with the cool kids.
No I don't think that's actually.
Player I have thought it was a very differently can actually.
I think it's gonna make them all ostracize bad it's the best I think image and not.
Don't you think -- conditioning kids to -- in some -- kind of feel what it's like to become criminals.
Sort of getting this testing early on is a little sort of in over our heads for kids that this young age so little adult and you think.
An effect crime not young man and that is as -- funny how the Internet and -- -- -- Well -- the -- might -- true I mean there is a study at Columbia did that finds a 75% of all high school students who used.
Either legal or illicit drugs.
As far back as seventh grade and a 20% of those adolescents now are addicted so.
I do think that this is a real problem I mean bill.
You kids is not on.
I'm just gonna ask you kids and after school activities.
Like -- or four H club that they really the ones that we need to be.
Checking out on this or should it be to kids that don't have an after school activities are the ones that the real problem possibly we.
That was my point I mean the -- who don't have the after school activities and might be joined now a little too much twinkies and bad cartoon time to get my meaning director international Connolly.
They will be deterred.
From may be doing something else maybe broadening horizons because the prospect of a drug test will prevent them -- -- Right and Ochoa again it's the parents responsibility to deal with this and not the state absolutely not I think the state should be involved.
I got into the point now where and taking them away from the parents if the parents -- feeding them properly.
Or clothing on in the latest guard you know fashionable clothing or buying Smartphones.
It takes a village -- With and I'm doing it myself he gets if I have a -- gets a full hardy breakfast and a year in test every day before you leave the house and by the way bill thanks for the drugs you sell them they've been awesome.
Outcome I'm ready I was a victim you're moving -- to the conservatives vs the liberals.
-- -- what are you a little sort of insulted by this that we need to study to tell us that we should all respect each other's.
Beliefs and at the core of it that we're all decent people just don't agree -- isn't this something we were talking we're five by mr.
Rogers to rid -- the point behind all these studies at -- crap we are doing now right.
Right I -- always the money I mean.
Bill I mean don't did wasn't there a guy -- have scientists a couple thousand years ago I think his name is Jesus who -- the same thing.
I'm not aware of this site.
Thank you if there was a guy -- that.
IA protest him being in a painting called this -- yeah.
Today moving on to (%expletive) Christ speaking of his -- Imagine.
The word of artisan small.
Plastic crucifix submerged in -- Of the art of its its okay -- -- -- -- -- -- and why is it everybody on the panel automatically thinks that this is a terrible thing just because you're and is involved can't you look into.
The artist wants to try to stay with this piece was what let me.
I don't know just I really don't know I'm not gonna speak for the guy but why.
Why come up so close minded that no assurance that it's bad it's kind of lovely photograph actually if you look at and yet it was as -- -- composition.
It is it's garbage.
What color you know all of that they do what -- given a chance that's what.
It all curator of fine arts are you there's usually having an open mind and just say no everything is good if -- now and -- -- Everything is good what I'm saying is you just you can you hear a trigger word and you shut down on it.
And that sort of to -- is problematic on some I don't shut down and I just think it's stupid we don't even know what it represents I don't care what her present I think it's stupid thing okay.
Knew that I look I have another -- -- I you know -- -- -- you have to think -- comedy CD it's funny I'll listen.
Yeah yeah I'm not gonna -- just isn't supposed to be funny I recorded it in Nevada you're -- have you know I had gotten.
Sounds like it.
There's such -- -- has really hate you so much.
I didn't look I think that at the end of the day people sort of had a kind of predispose notion of what they like and don't like and maybe we'd be better off if we sort of approach things a little bit of an open mind that you think image and now not at all.
At the beginning of the night -- Says at the end of the day should be bad position.
Out of our vernacular.
You know given the we're supposed to be more open towards -- -- -- -- your messages here no I just think did you observe my dog when he pisses.
On the floor in there hasn't ever been anything that you there's never meant anything that you've seen initially that you didn't like but then after getting deeper into her realize it's not so bad I'm not saying this is good I don't know about and I think pisses on the list of things it hasn't gotten any better content.
It was not a great thing you haven't been in my house on a Saturday but I went around.
I don't call me get this important point it's it's the import imported I don't think it's stupid someone else may not someone else -- look at -- and say this is amazing art.
OK that's fine go ahead and do that I have the right to say I think it's given other people have a right to say this is highly offensive other people have a right to say it will know this is really intriguing I -- this.
The problem the problem is it.
The hypocrisy when our government.
Called out things we're being offensive to some religions but doesn't call up things for being offensive to other religion over the ramifications of the Muslim film -- much greater so that's -- -- actually get a hecklers -- -- he threatened violence if Christians threatened violence over (%expletive) Christ then it.
Then you know I got into an argument and say that -- that that we take the higher road which we did moving on the Travolta quickly you may that dumbest point I just.
No I didn't think that was what I can you aren't getting anything I don't think it's black and right I do think that you sort of look at the ramifications of the thing you're complaining about if they're minor ramifications that upsetting us a group of people in New York City.
First is causing worldwide terror you comment on one and you go about your business as president I think that's a -- -- -- hecklers veto to people who who act like children.
Now okay well let me just disagreed and you're wrong is on the ombudsman.
Every time and it never marriage isn't this the slippery slope on the Travolta thing I mean if these privacy laws go into effect.
Who was celebrity's -- -- -- their own sex tapes to however -- have happened.
If that's all right that's all I get guys I will I will see you at the end of the show and I backed off.
Coming off his robbing a bank easier with it was.
Out of -- -- About a story is actually from generally accident when Jeff anyway coming out.
What there's an occupier -- have to say about their -- Probably that they made -- and stuff.
Just a guess but on the -- for a -- -- -- the program.
Just don't read I stay with great -- Carl now offering it was a -- -- -- on fourteen Baghdad.
You -- you.
-- -- -- This was community organized.
That was an explosive look at the explosively explosive new documentary occupy unmasked featuring the dearly departed friend of red -- and -- bright part.
If it was released in theaters on Friday and promises to shine a light on all the criminal activity with in the movement that the -- -- media guys said it refuses to report on.
With me tonight and if -- producer David bossy and writer director Steve Bannon.
That's -- coming guys let me start with this the most generic all questions -- led you to meet this film.
You know it was we watched -- finally I was hoping Steve lynch and -- and while I only I -- the -- Hi all very proud of the money -- -- -- yeah defer defer to they got actually deferred the guy whose idea was to show how it's probably best actually I watched the I.
-- movement grow just like everyone else Stephen I was we're talking about it last September October.
And then I picked up the phone when I decided to make a movie and I called -- -- -- the one guy in America who followed.
The Occupy Movement from its beginning newest georgians knew the seedy underside of it and really was.
The linchpin from the conservative movement side of to force people to talk about it and and acknowledge that the user this is in a dangerous organization and Anderson let's make this -- as a bunch of dirty hippies and -- -- yeah.
Critics say I park Andrew got it right away Soviet -- to change the conversation now.
Well I guess I don't have to ask you what your take on occupy I was before you set out to make the -- equipment.
Yeah where are -- over the prospect yeah.
What was his what was -- involvement with this how how did you how did you guys were pretty you know I.
From the moment I talk I talk -- the phone the first first time he was engaged he he knew what.
Occupy was it what do consisted of and the danger posed to America.
Did -- the danger posed to the free market system to capitalism and to our very democracy so he really was the driving force when Steve Irwin when Steve decided.
Thankfully to make the film with -- us.
You know who Andrew knew exactly what he wanted and he brought that passion so he's the host and narrator this.
And in his vision of how how -- -- -- used it to change the narrative away from debt deficits to fairness.
You know inequality class warfare so how do you look at the director of the movie happy I can't imagine trying to direct -- I just can't even imagine you know -- and our business partners to actually -- solos on the CEO of the company the chairman and Andrew -- would report a -- -- we would have huge fights.
All the time about a range of stuff and Andrew -- -- that's what we we disagree a lot about this but he had a certain vision and you know it's just that kind of channeling that energy.
The film -- that that famous.
C -- sure Andrews yelling stop -- the people are ready when he did that -- people said hey we don't want -- to go on our on the web -- that's and hey Andrew I think we have the end of the film.
You agree with that yeah and of course we you know we're we're obviously very proud of this film -- very -- at the same time Andrew.
Was the force in this film is the force in this moment.
And anybody who knew Andrew -- and was around him his energy and passion he brought was second to none and of course he died just after we've reached.
Completed filling I was so -- -- -- yes yes -- and then at the film Rio principal photography -- let me -- -- -- so you went to a bunch of different cities too much different occupies.
Which -- -- the most law already keep protesters class to exit Oakland Seattle Portland Denver that's -- went to the Washington DC but Oakland by far.
Was the hardest core art but what all of this -- from what you see here is what looks like the French revolution I mean -- this is vulgarity.
This is violence we put the -- right into the pit -- and you see stuff you didn't see -- -- issue meetings you know fox.
The most violent by far -- I think -- that's when they burned down right they're trying to burn down part of the city.
And they really -- after the -- was there any city where they were actually went sort of well behaved.
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That's when they're wide view that now and I did that I think the most important question of all this is what we -- he had the hottest protesters packed.
That that would be none I'm mission got even if you had a hot -- is not -- the grade on the curve.
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That -- that would deprive the New York aren't what when -- try to just seeing.
I don't know a lot yeah but the car that drives of what when you when you look at them like this what are the biggest obstacles that you run across -- the just the level of.
Violence and in your putting -- cameraman.
Into situations where they don't know what's gonna happen they get caught up in the police.
You know obviously to -- through all of the video you see in through the film you see the amount of violence with the people throwing Molotov cocktails mean this is serious things.
Going on that you wouldn't think you would be seeing in American cities this looks like a Third World country.
What what would you tell the protesters like to.
When were you up front really can't make a movie that's -- -- -- got first we would say take a bath and it's just criticism but now we would know that that's not what what's he was able to do was fine folks who we're inside the camps -- and be able to provide video because only through looking like one of them were you able to gain access right to besieged would you like not.
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I'm not sure and I hope anybody -- you -- -- Any heavy for -- take up any any scenes in the movie that.
Might surprise people.
I think the c.'s aggressive price to one middle class audience sees the system level ball security and violence and particularly for the heroes in this of the police the first responders.
The amount of this concept called boxing which anonymous dosing get your badge number next to you know -- kids' school.
Everything about your life is on line.
That the bravery of the first responders in the police I think a lot of people -- they go wow I never knew that the Occupy Movement anonymous came after that -- Think there -- a lot of people look you libertarians or myself who who.
What sort of hoping when this thing started.
Had maybe some hope that this would be a good thing some left populist movement -- -- -- I think we'll be fine I think you'll be very helpful to the dialogue that's not -- this film.
Is about how that was used by this group of anarchy is.
Union types of hardcore revolutionaries that really at the bottom up in the mainstream media wants to equate it to keep party and occupies the one and same and they're nowhere near this -- Well thanks a lot guys David bossy Steve not in the film is opera -- now playing -- select theaters and you can order it on demand starting later today Tuesday.
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I think that I can -- any kind of got -- comedy club here in New York City Chris browser I hear you have a new feature -- -- -- fair dot com that involves food tell us about it.
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