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Let's talk TV's Danny Levy for every morning at what's coming about tonight's old sports guys Greg our top story tonight the company behind Wonder Bread double dog and -- prepared to shutter its factories forever that tragic story of the hostess with the least -- stop.
Plus -- have a very -- about -- from the CIA's original draft of -- talking points for the Pentagon the attack that shocking question that probably can only be answered in an impeachment hearings.
That and finally what happens when we started village -- and at Times Square to -- people are Greg's new book.
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You know that's why I wrote the book any justice -- -- other times where I made about extra happy happy.
There's quite I have people that read happy book yeah so that would without that he would be beaten eyewitness I support -- The way.
It's welcome Omar does what he's so -- he's optimistic get -- Death Valley -- -- now there's fog as it does FOX Report Weekend Saturdays about it -- -- -- -- about yourself please don't -- the audience.
-- so sharp he sleeps on -- cutting board thanks -- plots are America's Future Foundation chair man I still think it's up front for child slavery.
And it -- that he's considered a test subject it's my -- -- think -- cells.
And if fears commentary where Thanksgiving Turkey he probably -- your whole family here it's die sitting right next to me IE -- baker.
Operative -- president diligence the makers of diligence cat toys.
Diligence cat -- for their diligence cat -- Brought your cat toy cat -- and cat -- -- needs think diligence diligence he won't even know you're dead but they well.
-- -- -- -- Wonder Bread it has been left for dead yes.
A nation is in mourning as hostess brands is closing its factories for -- good.
The makers of twinkies double dogs inside and I Sam's -- favorite but said that it they couldn't reach a deal -- -- striking acres by Thursday.
They would have no choice but to shut down there with that deadline passed the company CEO issued a statement on Friday saying that's.
We deeply regret the necessity of today's decision but we do not have their financial resources to weather an extended nationwide strike.
Bags of severed the bakers union had rejected a contract that would reduce that wages so instead over.
181000 workers will lose their jobs which I guess is better.
Hostess says a lot -- Robert's assets meaning many of its brands can survive under the ownership.
Of new companies.
Meanwhile another industry news demand for Fox News -- snacks is at an all time high.
I don't know anymore where does that come from Mike the story.
Was always we always we're told -- growing up like Santa Claus the Easter Bunny that twinkies would out survive the human race but we've now found out one thing.
The only thing that could kill them where you know.
We unions Yahoo! would have figured the shelf life is what I -- audio of those defense and its occupants anywhere between 25 days in a couple years yeah.
Thank god I've got to underground bunker in Idaho where -- relocated if yes and I got a three year supply -- story.
Twinkies and Susie Q as which I absolutely love I don't know of hostess makes Susie Q is.
But -- delicious.
The since he cues are not actually -- -- young women that you've been kidnapped in my underground bunker and I don't yeah yeah that's the move they had all -- Susie yeah which is kind of a weird thing about -- you'll still be out there -- all right -- yes.
-- how do we live in a world without -- this this is something that we all grew up with that was part of our life.
And now it's gone.
I'm really -- girl but it things -- policy you're like what about the snack.
I'm you know I'm just like to question who is negotiating on behalf of the baker -- Kidding behalf of these workers yeah.
And needs to be replaced I mean these that they didn't put it to a vote imagine.
Here people who are holding out for a pay cut.
Or pay increase you might have said you know I might take it.
Yeah might take what they're offering so that I could have a job truly didn't get a vote that's true what they put into a voice vote yes it -- I'm like I don't mind of that -- -- probably saw that I'm democratic convention on literary.
Ballot vote yes.
Absolutely that's what we need but no it's not gonna happen it's over -- -- any possible way Obama should be impeached but this is well if it's real.
I'm not probably.
I'm really -- in the -- I heard this news I immediately ran into four different stores looking for twinkies co -- all sorts of stuff.
Totally sold out yet this is a brilliant strategy on the part of the host this.
Executives and clearly this is all -- that could veto that Bob Beckel just -- -- the mall.
That might have that's not what it does this felt exactly like the storm went looking for water and again -- I went looking for -- -- -- gone he's speaking of looking for twinkies or tweaks bill you were the inspiration for the twinkie.
Are you taking this personally.
And then we'll always be living embodiment of twenty the kids yeah that -- and it.
-- cream are those funds like -- What is it about but.
I don't I.
They actually did this continues its budget then he's just -- bad news -- any expunge them.
-- I don't know here for these blood products -- yours they will be hot by the highest bidder who literally.
-- a year -- of course -- -- loss -- jobs -- 1500.
The winners however are all that cable news personalities to get to use food -- -- reporting and this morning I -- you glad bags.
Actually not really not a subscriber but I know you did this I mean I did it oh yeah.
I don't know I don't -- to get.
That's a true story that they wouldn't let you eat the twinkies on set today on the five yes Lieberman the they claim the -- -- the area there at ebitda but the fact is I think there really use it for FOX & Friends tomorrow.
That anybody and -- a white you'll get more twinkies.
By the way -- oddly enough I notice that your last name is baker yes it is and I -- as we know you -- the CIA you're not.
If you look real -- it is not really good -- yeah.
800 club the daycare was polish yeah they'll give -- everything is covered in blood -- me because of the baker because he killed them with confections.
Yeah that's what that is actually a growth they'll actually if you if you if you would welcoming that you -- balloons light sprinkling of ladies -- -- -- I'm not we don't like leading an ace of spades on top of the body like yeah.
But it classified document -- And I think we can we agree -- Unions we're good at once but now they're on a suicide mission if you don't get what we wanted everybody dies is in the united.
It is supposed to be like a -- revolving door acting company you know when you -- in some new locks that you look at each other and your ball close to what I have some negotiated something goes out.
That's the metaphor people kind of worked together with their own desires going in an opposite direction.
Is that preserve jobs I mean.
The bakers union should have -- it was in trouble with this when the Teamsters box yeah -- -- -- Teamsters say you guys are gonna cost everybody their jobs they represented 7500 the bakers union is the smaller union yeah and Teamsters and look you're gonna cost us jobs if you don't respond.
By 5 o'clock on Thursday and they didn't.
Yeah he usually he isn't multi million dollar bailout yes.
Let's we'll be real save yes twin oh yeah they sell a million jobs in the billion dollars with a group of 22 billion dollars but were the teams that your point of what were with Teamsters storming the bakers union with clubs and -- -- -- NASCAR.
They are having my first word as his.
Usual I can you ask the wrong questions where's Sally Field would tell you feel on top of the table and who only decided to -- -- sonics.
-- Mary -- by the you know there really -- -- our prisoners.
What will they -- west.
That's a great twinkies and co -- sets and I -- Workers who lost their jobs and never got -- -- -- so it's horrible it's horrible story it angers me to know and from big.
Snacks that they -- Gaza attacks.
And what the reports on terror full of error what you probably thought I -- that I never thought -- -- -- -- myself sitting at a panel that where we went from.
From post this big goods to a discussion of big guys and that is what's.
Red -- does that's really ultimately my second transitions from light to heavy and how -- you point that out just because your -- doesn't make you acquitted it is mixing in some handsome guy.
So I thought you actually are I don't -- David Petraeus told lawmakers he believed right away ability -- -- terrorism even though the Obama administration blamed anti Islam video which was a -- according to congressman Peter King.
The former CIA director said he didn't know who removed the reference to terrorism from the CAA's original talking points.
Petraeus also reportedly said mentions of militant groups were replaced with the word -- -- the final draft.
But he wasn't aware of which agency had done that there's -- Talking points were drafted.
Which should figure out a pattern affiliations.
Quite a terrorist activities and having fun of them.
Mission that was that you went through the process -- the processes.
Which it seems unclear about that was taken out.
-- I have nothing in this teleprompter baker is this the smoking gun for the smoking Canon or that smoking room that backs the fact that.
This line what's changed I believe that that the critics will say JJ -- terrorist -- extremist was too.
I'll hide it did to not let the eight terrorists know that we knew is that legit -- Yeah well that's yeah.
Point pace it right right now it's not it's not right here's here's what.
Petraeus diddley was trying to point out.
And Aniston is two issues there with his his testimony at least as we know because it's been you know discuss anonymously and we don't have all the details.
When the agency when the CIA gathers information -- in the field.
Then it just raw data a source tells you something right -- you steal some secret you get some information that information is is it in a very pure form.
And our job out there in the field is just to -- that information back in the headquarters know what he's referring to what he's saying is once it gets out -- -- supposed to go into an editing process then it goes out into the community.
And so you.
At what point it gets changed.
It's always getting -- isn't always an agenda out -- -- it gets beyond the CIA's doors.
Here's my thing -- actually a couple of things and we won't know because it was behind closed doors not only did he thinks there -- it's leaking out right so we maintenance of the did did the sex scandal ever come up did that was that a distraction today that we have what are what question -- -- -- -- Only briefly apparently according to it.
When the people who were there who -- get their yap shut.
As I -- -- yeah but they were very very careful -- the funny thing about Washington yeah you added if I was at one of those guys from behind closed or admit I would wanna know everything about that sex you have.
I'd be asking really got them.
I don't know what what happened before Americans -- -- absolutely whoever I did and that's absolutely true but you know at this point you've got to -- want.
And here's a question that didn't -- the two together.
All right you're saying that the with the word terrorists was taken out and using those remove.
All right so tell me.
Why you went out there and said this anyway.
And I think -- -- something to do I think he knew that the sex scandal was going on -- -- you let it go down in flames exactly and everything was started closing in on time and admit the White House is going to you know video video video right and I think he -- back when he walked and he wasn't on his game.
Add to your point -- what happens is Petraeus spoke the truth now because the leverage was gone right the leverage of the scandal was no longer there and it actually say.
Ed they changed the language which he might have said before Camille wanna ask you this question -- What do you make progress that was a really perfect percent of the way I.
Did well I don't bunch of other ones -- -- I thought like why ask him really specific question what I can just get kids.
Prescient genius said this is good if you set the bar so high I.
-- obviously wasn't there I don't I don't know anyone who sort of gave -- in any inside information.
I'm I'm sort of like Rand Paul on this whole thing yet why the doors closed west and everybody get to hear that it's likely yeah item item.
Amongst the many Americans who are completely outraged by the administration's either totally incompetent.
Were intentionally misleading handle handling of this whole situation the fact they kept referring to this video over and over and over again for the space of nearly two weeks -- com is is quite heinous and it represents that never happened yeah spontaneous protest that never.
Happened but I want to bring bill on this because you have no knowledge on this matter.
I -- I think your opinion weighs more.
Off about 140 right now it -- More are at a very hefty line just don't think he's out -- up.
I believe -- you eyewitnesses didn't say that it was kind of a combination.
The people that would actually did serve that were indeed some people there that would comedians haven't got the Rocket -- that -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You congressman king I have I don't know that anybody that I had that some of the information rises initially given do well yeah that's what she came out we.
Now that's another -- good point I'll be stunned if she ends up as -- secretary of state -- you in the.
Women on Capitol Hill today I was like yeah -- which I know you all find sexy and riveting -- do you.
But anyway I watched hours of C span.
And there were these women on Capitol Hill who were defending in fact one of her former graduate school classmates who's known her for twenty for thirty years.
Was saying what a terrific character she is you know she's she's a Rhodes -- is this is that -- the other.
It is -- the scapegoat that the president's issues.
-- you know what she's she's.
An exaggerated talent.
Let's face -- she's made some other mistakes before this we just never really knew about her it was a lot of data tells me what she she seemed to be going out and towing the line that everybody else was -- forget that I think -- -- I don't I don't think so I don't think she's an a student -- all of this by the way IA I referred to her theory I referred to -- commentary is -- result out because her name -- rice.
Nobody really picked up on it.
I don't know I haven't had -- -- -- in a country where someone -- -- can be misleading about military information and become our secretary of state.
Not a I want are designed to say I I get.
It's -- yeah.
But there's no way it's Jesus smartest people say he has the.
-- you believe what you read what she wanted that secretary of state jobs think about it this way actually gave me like it had not -- woman now she's Smart she wanted to -- like you know you wanted to.
Yeah and you say what problematic -- -- Am I -- my house and are you trying to you know you have to do -- yeah and he went back but -- -- go out there you -- the line you figure I'm gonna do because remember.
Secretary Clinton stopped talking.
Yeah very early on tonight to have her out front of the story Susan Rice it's just thought what is she was angling all out of that job by the way I'll ask Wheeler -- -- Hillary went to Australia the only place further that that is the space station and I don't know what my mileage Idaho is also quite of distance and yes you lose Idaho stuff tell you this morning they -- -- -- right from one diversion to another well it's the highest honor for a nation's toys.
Yeah America's latest round of classic thousand had been inducted -- -- the -- yeah I can read that into the national toy hall of fame.
And they could be more different detonator and dominoes.
One from Star Trek fame the other day tile based game explains -- curator of the museum which is located in Cooperstown I believe.
I do think that what leads a dominoes and action figures this year is they're both small.
But powerful lightning products that create play opportunities -- -- museum staff are already testing next year's nominees.
For their play ability.
It at that I had no comment on that matter -- find -- disgusting Camille a -- Star Wars figurines they sparked the toy industry phenomenon that is that I -- Is that good or bad I think it's fabulous yes and I think this is great for folks like me -- I'm not heavily invested in FaceBook or apple yeah I purchase he meant figurines.
Do you are figuring got a 300 yeah wig man up category -- kind of in -- the roof but it doesn't it to you it's an investment -- yet how low.
Well I felt all right -- could give 300 and he -- how much you think it's worth.
Well the next year will get into the hall of fame yet twenty million dollars.
Exactly you -- -- you're right.
Your trigger billions.
It was 300 of those things would you be that was that was the that's it Friday's accident -- -- victory yeah I am I.
Exit exit disgusting and sad world and by the way it's inside him right now there's not a big.
Yeah I apologize baker the board game clue.
And the little green army men that I didn't make the cut I think it's an insult on you know it is actually.
Clueless who isn't the whole reason why I wanted goaded into the agency -- -- yeah.
I don't exactly -- that's -- set me off on my -- And then little green armament we're -- why I became so aggressive and in our -- yeah.
-- yeah I think -- -- -- I think I dominoes.
I guess I -- get there what 800 years old -- -- long time you they just won't go away I don't know how to play the game but they're great when you sacrament and everybody agrees on that it's an outfit parents.
I thought I'd like hundreds -- minutes that wanted to Harris will do well I would toys to you wouldn't.
Have your kids play in what am I going to be able to baby -- I thought that I think trick questions I keep an educational toys RI which is what you're trying to run away yeah this is.
My parents need to give me an educational toy it was a laundry bag the -- climbing in and see how quickly authenticate again I was Oregon bill.
You collect rare porcelain dolls for fun this is.
For profit horrible no why bring -- to my psychologist and she'll -- the band had touched me.
But luckily I don't -- you have my face on one of the Portland while battling for plot.
All -- for my deep deep therapy.
Well let's do what we've got here this is great news for Star Wars and when kids -- playing with it and -- To reduce the serious are we have one minute we have another whatever bill you -- -- -- -- here's what gets wet and today we want to.
But he -- Star -- my little pony strawberry shortcake.
We ended almost always come from my youth I don't mean any disrespect Parole Board do that's completely -- and the greatest generation I'm.
Coming up why the doctor outlook -- Mike Baker on how wide open spaces make it easier to dispose of bodies but first this the FDA really going to -- Energy drinks welcome to Obama's American people as I like to call it.
Five hour energy more like -- -- hit a couple of senators get their way it Dick Durbin and Ret Richard Blumenthal trying to stand pat and a cantor Virginia DA to restrict caffeine levels.
-- energy drinks.
Which we tied -- multiple deaths.
Said Blumenthal quote there's increasing evidence of very urgent and dangerous threat posed by these drinks because of their high levels of caffeine which are often undisclosed of the effects of combining that.
Caffeine -- other ingredients.
Yes other ingredients like Nutmeg or sentiment though lawmakers want this crap to be classified as soft drinks which are limited to seventy milligrams.
For twelve ounce can with the gets canceled the whole point out of that brands like Red Bull full throttle and my favorite Bob cat -- A -- it myself.
But try telling these guys they can't have their beloved go go Jews.
-- -- like.
Actually conjoined with our friends -- yeah holiday actually allowed to date different people that's nice Harris OK we've heard that there have been people that have died from these things.
But it's for I think from a specific drink do you think that this is a serious a problem or -- report on my feeling is we report on things like these because they're so rare.
Yeah it's like a plane crash yeah yeah people think that plays on the -- every day it's yet to recover them because there's -- river here's the problem really for the energy companies.
If anybody is getting sick from the staff BER reports from emergency rooms have gone up with people having illness after drinking some districts.
They have to reclassify the drink as a as a soda as you just pointed out yes that's gonna.
Take a hit on sales -- that's.
What do you do that's conundrum for these companies yeah they want to deny that there's a problem.
Because if they get forced into the soda pop that -- let's face that -- -- drinking these things because we think it now did you.
I'm -- -- Ed Randall look at the case.
-- I got you Red Bull guys you know Mike you need to mix it with vodka so you can stay -- a drink more vodka right ready yet it instantly -- -- in the clubs in Europe yeah exactly what I love to club -- the mainly from -- you won't come I hadn't spoken to them -- Liechtenstein -- to get the company to quickly say it's odd yeah.
So well and guys that would that did that the problem with a lot of the people living going to be our room is a combination of the beverage and with the alcohol.
But this is not the first time they've been a couple of drinks these energies have majority didn't lifted off the market.
For clearly what this young so I did that yeah exactly so -- there's a precedent and I think they need to pay attention.
I don't you think -- there's a lot of people that added that they are on bicycles is it just because this is something that should be -- to over eighteen like bicycles.
I'm I'm not even so sure about that I mean I think there's there's certainly a place for personal responsibility yet there's a bigger issue.
Folks like Milton Friedman for example drew attention to the fact that the FDA doesn't actually need more frivolous work to do the right tremendous -- -- -- -- legitimate drugs that actually need to be approved it's it's a multi year process and there are millions of people that have died as a result of waiting on the FDA to clear this backlog.
I think that's that's a much more important problem than a few people happens unfortunately.
You know I think my contract four red it's us that you're you won't sit -- next to a place I -- -- a couple of let's get -- -- felt bad for bill because that doesn't look prescient things that we've heard all week.
Well sorry yeah I'll see your precedents.
And ready to raise you a little bit luck I hear fanatically.
Yeah -- the fact I've got a buddy who's a lawyer yeah yes and right now it and realize -- and email them and sent in this story technical equipment I have to.
And he's only gone.
-- -- I don't know -- journalists that we got to expect Iran I thought I could have done that but I didn't.
Like you guys watching here you can watch somebody else that he chose to watch us and I thank you for that what it might say.
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-- back let's find out if we get a rise above that we get a TVs in alleviating hey Greg how are.
Feel pretty good yes yeah much governor -- thank you very much three hours of TV but if we're very well thought.
Stayed within the lines -- -- notice that I didn't do -- -- that I couldn't.
-- was allowed to do we have here.
But -- of the script never made it mysteriously disappeared and he can't -- Yeah.
Well I thought we.
-- -- -- CA and I am a little like that.
Are people are just my coast it does indeed makes -- -- cute they do out there I've Gosselin and -- delicious on Dana I'm.
Now Nancy very Nazi precision -- -- and all the stuff comes out of the.
The side yeah and it's all over the rapper beginning on hand is very sticky I don't like a double dog easier to eat out from devil dogs are in the editing and I again.
As a Christian and that of a problem target area right here.
Paris -- -- -- the bakers I guess technically it's it's the bakery confectionery tobacco workers and grain millers internationally and that girl's office.
Yes I called the -- yes.
If I think we're going to be clearance on the all -- to seem to blame this entirely on the union's.
This company's been in trouble for a long time to file for bankruptcy back in January who watched her post reported that at that time that the company had lost money in thirty of the past 37 quarters.
Leading up to that bankruptcy filing creditors said the company.
Had been converting some of its executives' pay from performance based bonuses to salary to get around bankruptcy rules hoses eventually had -- roll back some of those pay raises.
And the bottom line seems to be that the company was run really poorly for a long time well.
And I had declining salads because it didn't keep up with what people want to.
-- you're making a point.
That's why when these workers decided to strike.
They gave them a deadline if you guys -- come back to work we might be insolvent.
I guess they thought they were kidding they filed for bankruptcy in January when the second time in this country.
And this company's history got so they knew they were already in trouble apparently the union didn't take them seriously.
Now they have to -- -- I don't think it's -- I doubt that -- that the -- didn't take them seriously I think it was that the union didn't want to take more pay decreases.
Well do you want half or half of -- -- I did -- -- -- -- a -- -- you know I have no academic.
Now they've -- chosen they've chosen nothing.
100% live out my Jessica that got me that's my point is that it becomes a it's a suicide mission right what you -- you -- I have been hearing all day long that this is only the this -- union that that single handedly brought hostess to its knees and I don't think that's the case I didn't say -- was -- -- -- but I -- say that -- -- want something -- -- going to cost 181500.
They might have wanted to give these employees the chance at a secret ballot because when you -- -- it like to do with third grade and you feel peer pressure.
They might have -- it to do something different rather than give up their jobs a week before Thanksgiving.
I'm not I don't -- -- Alison Stewart needs reading don't.
And that ladies and gentlemen if -- you gotten on to the next.
I didn't -- home.
You know I'd be okay.
Currency and operate in the -- I think it'd -- at his cover -- many.
I don't know a little less -- I had -- -- created delegates now all over the place yeah yeah yeah.
Food in my early in my dentist and -- -- -- Really -- -- -- double lottery talk about General Petraeus from when they think yeah.
A football Mikey said he never thought he'd done a parallel went from talking about -- products to Ben -- yeah did you not hear Gregg saved from baked snacks to -- -- attacks the it's called the transition it is I -- I stood up apologized that it's a very good segment.
-- -- -- what if you don't buy the claim.
That's now being floated that the names of groups like al-Qaeda and -- Algeria were replaced with the word extremist because we didn't want those groups to know that we had in photon into these attack to -- -- now I'm not buying that for the -- now it's it was a it was a political stunt political move forward.
-- you -- obviously you weren't there and you don't know I'm if I heard this right you don't know why the hearing was held behind closed doors.
Yes I'm assuming because classified information was just.
What I what I'm suggesting is that the American people obviously want to know what the hell happened right and that having a public hearing -- you exclude whatever.
Classified journey should know when it's supposed to know no one's allowed you know giving them the opportunities I can't speak about that it's classified -- that.
Would satisfy my curiosity want to get these people work for me are no idea what point do I get the full story.
Yeah I know it's I think that that's what we have five that's why we have weeks communal.
What ended up up up up and thank you I'm grateful for that that's what I think -- Johnny Cash and a very protective effect -- that's this Friday look it's been.
The uniform of the day at least -- -- normally.
Aren't you brought up the spontaneous protest that never happened.
As when Spencer Ackerman points out over wired its danger room you've got Petraeus now saying he thought it was terrorism the whole time -- The Director of National Intelligence James clapper back on September 28 said the Intel they had at that time led them to the belief that the attack was spontaneous.
So which is it.
Well you'd have to ask them I know that's what I'm saying.
Yeah it is as Camille has just pointed out.
I'm sure they were asked -- now we don't know because they might have considered it to be classified which by the way.
-- this current administration which now get a new wave in January we have seen a lot of classified information leaked now so maybe it's just a tick talk before we get the answers to the questions -- Paris I think you know very well that when you leak classified information you only -- classroom information and if you look at.
Well if it were up to me that's a good strategy and it.
That's a strategy that works that you have to prove that that's -- transparency any.
Andy leaked his vacation photos last you know because he had lost some -- and yet Disney trunks -- -- -- yeah I remember being very angry when those pictures showed up.
-- -- -- And I'm feeling pretty proud of how does it get -- -- these hearings I.
They're somewhat acres on Capitol Hill now that want this to go to a Watergate style hearings might get everybody all of -- one room.
So you don't have to keep keep having -- -- committee over here have a hearing and and and you get different stories -- all the same room let us hear what everybody has to say right at one.
Well that's -- Peter -- brought up that Forte which is a really good point -- like his committee can only deal with the Intel community.
Then you've got -- you know -- -- other all of 32 second only deal with the Pentagon.
But you're right let's get them all together and you know let them get their stories straight and then my big question for -- -- actually have all the information that's changed.
I don't think there's 52 a 53% who who you voted the same decision obviously -- in the day unfortunately and it's that.
When I -- -- and I completely refute.
Just got an indictment for us not caring parents.
I'm -- that -- have.
-- -- -- Camellia said that ambassador rice seem to be toeing the line when she went on the morning shows.
Which is kind of how I feel I should they keep I keep reading that these senators are making her scapegoat I think she is a scapegoat but I think it's President Obama that's -- the scapegoat.
By the way any yes what does scapegoat it to go to escapes.
Since I don't believe -- moving on now.
What is this scapegoat.
-- -- -- netscape's.
Good question like where it I don't know -- at -- I didn't.
I don't we're excited -- biblical site.
From the Bible they would act may I believe they would sacrifice ago it.
I think Rick -- Couldn't escape.
Not what they were very heart of why I'm really they'll play those silly doctors whom the sins of the community and -- let -- play -- right now I'm not saying.
Yeah thank you going to let up I'd move on and we don't.
Toy hall of fame and I don't care about that no I am tired I have come running at a time okay emergency drinks.
Emergency drink and yeah I.
I call -- emergency -- I've actually said there's an increasing number of emergency room incidents caused by these drinks but as mark alluded to half of those incidents -- due to -- -- due to alcohol which -- absolutely it's -- manufacturer's -- missile tests the united knowledge that I -- -- it I don't know -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I was actually has had alluded yet yet I just and very lastly I'd love this Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal says he drinks -- end quote urgent and dangerous threat.
Which I'm guessing is a phrase you -- when he pretended to be in Vietnam.
Why not it's I like pounds so that's what we didn't do any questions on the Toy Story yeah.
Yeah -- elaborate -- made it coming up.
Since -- enjoy basic human rights.
The does that mean -- to stop eating them SATA storage is a big John Gibson asked me during an awkward elevator ride.
If we had a guy.
What do people on the -- -- up my book positive things absurd -- not -- -- vitamin.
So what should you place this health.
Upon yourself me as many of you may or may not now I wrote a damn -- it's got -- face on the cover and everything.
But majority isn't going to sell itself and as a result I had fox news's most -- correspondent hit the streets.
And try and promote something he himself will never understand -- -- school.
Kids but yeah.
Worst degree yet to sell you might not have heard but Greg's got a book out just in time for the holidays he's been a little private about it so we thought we hit the -- to help -- push it you know why.
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Can't just shoot a book by the host of red items that they called the fives I believe it's an online -- I as name's Greg Gutfeld and it's called the joy of -- is this something you might purchased for Huey a level once calm no I don't think it's something you might registry and fatal ones I probably would I for a -- always judge a book by its cover.
When you look at this cover what goes -- mind.
Nothing when you look at this cover what is -- stadium.
Don't buy this book does he look -- or more gas -- Let's ghastly I think this guy is a little -- -- signed check the eyes now what he's what do you see in me as aside from a complete lack of salt.
I see a lot of -- -- loud and actually if you look at the cover it looks like he's actually say.
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Crazy you recognize the gamut covered.
Well I had to do is read the fact that it was Greg -- on the -- yeah I recognize and absolutely we know trying to again.
So you recognize this guy.
Yeah it's Greg Gutfeld I -- -- -- -- and one of the -- from the spot that it has from fifty shades of grant you're gonna try to figure out which one it is all right here's the first club.
He removes my shoes and my socks efficiently and slowly -- off my sweatpants all what pays in my -- Second wind being a teenager in the Seve is to be bold and -- two words backed -- Which line came from which books.
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I in your hands are very lucky individual in your hands is -- piping fresh copy of the joy -- -- by Craig got now available at all Barnes and nobles and American -- stores everywhere.
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Anyway just totally disagree in this book for no reason whatsoever it is really good it's called the joy and pain that's idea I've never hated loves so much.
And you know I don't know like more than delicious delicious tobacco is reading the -- lives -- this -- shooting out chapter by chapter.
This is something that you might be accident -- -- about yourself.
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Well if you like cowboys -- loved Greg Gutfeld clinically proven without a shadow of the doubt that -- get to buy one book this holiday season and it's got to be folly now.
The story of taboo from the Black Eyed Peas.
And if you can abide -- I guess the joy of the joy -- house -- The -- it paid by Greg -- -- Was there anyone know any wine that you ran into you kind of can we please go to -- -- -- Says these chapters just thirty words each the joy of -- makes for a great bathroom read well.
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Try to take a break but lord's -- we come back.
-- did right with this flight I speak of a new film about a -- -- -- -- volunteers taking World War II vets.
On trips to Washington DC.
To visit the memorial in their honor a final thank you for these men now in their eighty's and ninety's it's called honor flight.
And it's really good I'm told I was too busy baking brownies to watch it.
Here's a trailer.
-- took sixty years for us to build a memorial to these guys they've never gotten a welcome home that they deserve.
His cancer he kept saying I'm going to be strong enough to make it to the World War II memorial -- -- in World War II veterans.
-- memorial at no cost.
I'm Bob Dole in my wife -- -- -- -- -- -- we've got to let everybody know the sacrifices.
Made by that generation.
One that didn't come back.
We're being real life he'll never forget it's.
-- -- -- -- -- -- It's awesome Camille foster's -- -- executive producers.
-- I would say why should people go see this film but that's a ridiculous they have must see this movie how many bats were involved.
We profile -- bats yeah but there are many more featured throughout the film.
And it was a real privilege to work on this project with the team.
Yet what was it like for you I mean -- was this effort this journey was it hard I mean getting this together won't know I mean this this film actually its.
The -- of about three years of work actually.
Yeah and Danny is the director of the project quite wrote -- -- on the project they always have to credit other people what they're incredibly talented yet I wanna I wanna be should shout about as close all the volunteers down Wisconsin credit group.
Incredible group of folks incredible group of -- And the project that we are all super product.
Tell me about the premiere you had at Miller Park in Milwaukee hit 28000.
Plus people he slammed into the to the brewers' stadium in Milwaukee and I mean you could hear a pin drop in the place it was phenomenal rate I think almost 200 World War II veterans like in the stadium -- watching the film.
Again just like a one satellite comics that's got to be the largest movie premiere ever did it actually is we have the world record for the largest film largest -- audience in history.
I think we'll probably have that -- like another two years in Arkansas but the movie still stands the test.
Hope you go see it it opens up around December 7 in Wisconsin you actually get a couple extra days of -- -- -- so in Wisconsin New York.
LA and -- Washington DC we have -- the really big event that DA our constitution hall on December 7 which is going to be incredible.
Any documentaries plant in the future.
Yeah we got a lot of other extra stuff coming I don't know what the new next project is for now.
Please is an honor flight the movie dot com.
And learn more does this suggest -- there's this young guy that doesn't show late at night like he -- documentary books for Fox News and -- in my address critics say.
Then again what I think wouldn't important thing is -- doing and and and you gotta go see this thing -- that was army air corps that.
He went to the memorial who is incredibly moving.
This is really importantly -- Thank them announcement would -- make me feel irrelevant lot of military up here.
Now I'm I'm a former brat so -- still right.
Oh yeah that mean you're always abraxis and -- ask for more information go to our flight that movie dot com and closes out the post game wrap up.
From our own little army that.
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Danny -- post game wrap up thanks so -- -- recommendations for things started people should do and go to Boise that's a -- days seventy drank since the end zone.
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When -- wake up in the morning -- young over wander down to Albertson's and delicious breakfast sounds great.
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You can watch after the show I didn't do you know you get one of the -- that under the beyond black activists pluses right -- news and seeing what I hear me.
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