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Welcome to -- I'm Greg Gutfeld thanks for watching there's no pregame report tonight instead we're gonna begin tonight show with a -- a log.
On the events that unfolded on Monday for me it's a challenge to -- -- what was news.
Before a terror attack terror puts everything in perspective -- priorities.
And it tells you what matters everything on the front page slides away replaced by horrific images of vicious murder.
And that's what it is not tragedy it's murder.
One truth glean from this terrorist act is one worth remembering its from a poster that I saw on FaceBook.
It -- cool guys walk away from explosions.
Heroes run toward them.
Truer words were never spoken.
Unlike some others floating around on the web to meet the ability to resist an inclination for political rhetoric in times of tragedy is -- fair measure of intelligence and grace.
Which is why one grin misses -- see people in the media speculate wildly or -- groups with whom they already share a beef.
I could name the usual suspects Michael Moore but you know who they are.
There the Talking Heads paid by the word and they cannot stop from stringing them together.
In no real order Chris Matthews for them silence is like suffocation.
Last night the president said not to jump to conclusions.
If only the media who endorse him so much would listen.
And now let's welcome our guests.
I'm here -- I would rather columnist and Fox News contributor added that -- also wearing red how dare you.
And I like to welcome a first -- -- -- Joseph -- lack pull lock pilot folic.
Third time's a charm I think just -- you -- political commentator and bright part dot com editor in chief.
My repulsive sidekick bill assaults and -- lousy waiver and sitting right next to me.
Is a Fox News Channel anchor with the best there Rick full bomb it's true don't -- all right.
-- -- what do we now well experts believe pressure cookers were used to make the crude bombs that sprayed shrapnel.
Near the finish line -- Boston.
And doctors and hospitals that report the explosive devices had apparently been packed with small -- with a sharp nail like object designed to -- Meanwhile President Obama announced that the FBI was investigating the act as a quote act and act of terrorism and quote and added this.
What we don't yet know power is who carried out this attack or why.
Weather was planned and executed by a terrorist organizations.
Foreign or domestic.
Or was react a malevolent individuals.
During a press conference on Tuesday afternoon these special agent in charge of the FBI's Boston field office discussed what they found.
Among items partially recovered are pieces of black nylon which could be from a backpack.
And what to be appear to be fragments of BBs and nails possibly contained any pressure cooker device.
We are expediting the -- evidence -- laboratory in Quantico Virginia for a complete and thorough analysis.
Now no terrorist group has claimed responsibility and as one official told the New York Times such -- claim would help investigators as they try and read -- suspects.
Hard to argue that Rick this is.
I it's not funny but it's kinda scary when you're looking for a break in the case.
And a break in the case is a person can admitting they did it.
Is that kind of scary that you that's all you can tell you have well I think.
This happens a lot with series with you know stories break and investigators are looking for help and a lot of times they do go through the media to try to get to the public.
And they said today that somebody out there knows who did this yet somebody out there knows who is responsible for this and they're encouraging folks is to call with whatever kind of information.
However tiny they think that information may be.
Share with the -- because you don't know what it is it right be exactly the thing.
That breaks the case -- yet.
-- the problem is everybody now has tiny pieces of information because they'll have iphones and cellphone so when you're out of a large public event.
It's almost like.
You're gathering up a million cigarette butts to look for DNA.
Yeah it's like you don't know which once everybody SO these pictures and you might overlook perhaps the most and put the needle -- -- it's true but you know our.
Our law enforcement the FBI has developed such sophisticated software that they can actually take this information they can digitize it and these computers.
Can analyze it very quickly it's not like we have.
You know -- guy's little you know little guy looking at a with a scroll -- the go and look at that like a fish yeah.
Exactly not like sitting in the reference room at the library -- actually have machines that can do this now.
And I -- heard earlier today that they that that the folks went to the airport to Logan Airport.
As people were getting ready to fly out of Boston fly home to a river was that they -- saying before you get on the airplane do you have anything on your phone that we can download right here they had all the equipment they are ready to download stuff before people headed out of town.
No bill often does that when there's no tragedy of this data products thanks to your phone and then he takes it anyway I don't have a -- yes what do you think take -- by the people yes that is friends that got to thank you for explaining that.
I don't have a -- thing that's different diet why would someone perform an atrocity committed atrocities and not take credit -- -- your strategy to that.
I was sort of afraid that this was going to be.
One in the series of many events every time you have an event like this that happens we sort of all brace ourselves for is something else gonna happen and there were obviously.
And up security measures in a whole bunch of cities around the country so I was wondering.
You -- and hopefully I'm wrong is this going to be a series of horrific event that happens and then someone's gonna step forth and claimed responsibility for them -- I don't know why someone hasn't claimed responsibility and they do know it's an exceptionally hard.
As as a viewer just to get any details yet issue every press conference I watch I feel like I haven't heard anything new.
I think that's Smart in one respect because they're waiting to make sure that they don't release false information to the public.
But as a viewer I'm really hungry for that information I'd want to know what is I wanna know our authorities that we depend on are on top of it.
Joseph do you think that we're being too impatient.
That I mean I -- my senses and I've talked actually said Democrats are actually one Democrat who is on another show that I -- a large Democrat.
-- -- said if they don't -- plus.
Now now now now -- that it like it if there isn't some kind of information it's it's it's it could be over fast because.
You got to do in the first 48 hours or so or it's gone do you think we're well I think the pressure -- debut.
Yes you know -- it's kitchen appliance like the tea kettle yet clear Tea Party signature yeah that is obviously.
But the other thing is when they had the World Trade Center bombing twenty years ago the first point when they found -- vehicle identification number yeah in the wreckage and they traced back to rental car agencies.
And they caught the guy when he showed up to claim the deposit back on the car that he had reported it stolen.
Right these little things they're gonna call in that area they are gonna find clues I think you're gonna find these guys yet he said I -- and an agreement and I'm just I'm I'm worried.
Because generally happens faster doesn't mean I -- now maybe I'm just.
It does feel very -- -- that's bad they feel that we've been waiting and it's only been one day it's been one day I had also laid.
Here of disseminating information and giving him misleading people or if you don't wait until you really know and then release the information don't release tidbits that could be misleading -- out reporter -- wrong with this or that it's -- kind of respect the fact that they're paying close attention that.
An Olympic park bombing.
-- took seven years that's for a decade -- for them to realize that it was Eric Robert Rudolph act at first you remember it was Richard -- the guy who would come forward and pointed out the bomb.
Who was first hailed a hero and then a couple of newspapers -- that he was actually under suspicion Seattle maybe he was trying to put.
To make himself a hero unfair like I remembered thinking Richard Jewell was guilty everybody I think you'll want to -- to you though you always know here's a security guard wants to be famous and everybody was wrong the poor guy I still feel that he's passed -- people -- -- -- -- -- seven years before they cracked that case.
Here we are less than 48 hours yet after the attack will -- you went to college nearby said I think it -- -- -- -- -- -- yes that's a big this plot against me yes.
Question hi that was it.
Did it go to Costa into college in Boston are -- I don't know I was thinking like I left Boston in 99 and -- before 2000 Latin.
If you do the math -- He birdied one after 2011.
In New York I felt the police presence every time -- go outside every block you walk around here at least partially Manhattan you feel it.
And I don't call even just going back to visit friends in Boston.
After 2011 are you need to doesn't want to I'm sorry to -- -- -- -- The I just didn't feel that you can go Google lots of areas -- Baas just really not feel a police presence but I -- -- me not to say that.
Would be good enough class -- brain room which as you remember as a room full range of -- that we haven't Fox News.
Very much cop and -- I was totally -- there are 242.
Per person in New York City into 190.
In Boston we hear the difference per person -- you haven't ever -- please others.
Yeah yeah yeah yeah.
That -- Ed.
But there is 400 police -- -- -- up 495.
Before -- -- for billions.
Our police department they spent 270.
Million I don't there's a difference in that but that seems to -- did you speak.
Dirt right there that a bit in certain things that have committed to all the update this is my big -- that was kind of interest -- The ball.
That basic -- all I was dead I always get his name right about Patrick governor said it's important he said today it's important to turn to each other.
Not on each other.
What does he mean by that is he's easy is it again basically saying hey don't go beating up people in Boston is that what he's basically -- well you know.
This has been a theme that he's used over and over again when he first came out to try to explain what was going on.
He was asked by journalists is -- going to be safe to go back in this city and he basically said well we can't really tell you we're gonna rely on you all when he -- reporters I think we're gonna land you guys to help us.
His theme throughout has been.
We can't actually figure out what's going on we're gonna rely on public and really.
Has been the source of all heroes have come for the -- responders the bystanders who who help people stop the bleeding and so forth and that's kind of amazing story here is how many people.
Took it on himself to help each other and I think he's just tried.
-- emphasize that yes.
No I think it's it's this fit you always wonder how you gonna react in situations like that and you see those people just go right into it it's pretty incredible.
There was I'm gonna ask you this reckon I don't know if you know -- the answer to this is I hate speculation but NYPD source -- your post.
The New York's -- arm marathon was canceled because of hurricane sandy.
Could that have changed the plans at all that -- that's why they went to Boston to New York or I'd have just -- spotting a question you have no answer.
I had no answer to be honest with you but since eighty Levy's not here to fact check -- yeah.
Let me make something not now.
I don't know the answer to that I have not it's -- -- pure speculation.
I've been just check it that's all so you know overdose.
It does probably they're looking for a little -- Bill Harris you know -- getting would have failed.
And I didn't enter my -- -- but then again this is what he wanted to do to fort.
-- -- So in the minutes and hours after the attacks winner was a source of information and idiocy as usual.
-- I couldn't tweet I was under my bed hiding the New York Times and nick -- didn't miss a chance to somehow link the bombings of the GOP.
Explosion is a reminder that ATF needs a director of shame on senate Republicans for blocking appointment.
And and its current CBO say -- Who tweeted your reaction as a country to the Boston Marathon is going to be completely different if it's a Muslim with the Bob.
Or a white shooter with a gun.
And then followed up with this jam if shooter killed seventeen.
-- in Boston Marathon with assault rifle it wouldn't get near the reaction it would if a terrorist kills three with a bomb.
And former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney murderer.
Followed conspiracy -- Alex jones' lead by claiming the bombing was a quote false flag.
Quote attack -- I'd never heard up until now.
Carried out by our own government she tweeted the pattern is becoming too too familiar so Boston cops were having a bomb squad drill on the same day pass.
Finally there's boss -- himself Michael Moore who wrote.
Two plus two equals.
And then tax day patriots day.
-- we get -- -- -- went carbon footprint but at least you'll never have to worry about being hurt at a marathon.
To get that good for nick Christophe because he admitted he -- -- -- stupid.
Very rarely does that happen he said he was it was a low blow when he takes it back what is it in -- mindset of people that causes of the tweaked something.
It's almost is it kind of like.
Ideology overcoming common sense yet they feel the need to point the finger at something and it's usually a member of the opposition party or someone they tend to disagree that this is their moment that -- -- used to do that.
And I think it really reflects a lot on who they are -- people what they value and their own inability to come together at times like this and not politicize attracted.
These are often the same people that will call upon me or -- they disagree with -- say.
You politicized no you guys politicizing -- is on the line and say let's just pray for the families let's not do this -- -- site.
Lake it well then yeah.
I -- it works both ways and you saw you saw that the predictable finger pointing from the left there was just as predictable thing reporting from the right -- -- the same amount that you think I don't know I don't know all right Darren McFadden.
I'm not had a -- until it because you're not a TV set yeah it's terrible blitzer on -- on CNN whose beard I think only rival.
Nationals over here Wolf Blitzer said you know that we have to be.
We have to mention -- today is tax day it's patriots day out there who knows that it do that well.
Those on the right who consider themselves Tea Party patriots whatever they want to call themselves.
Took offense has been thought that immediately Wolf Blitzer was putting the finger at them.
When I mean I read the transcript so other than the clip he did nothing -- of this sort and so you know I think it's a -- everybody goes a little crazy.
And I think we we we react very emotionally in times I put us.
OK but still they're emotional responses like when people say oh my god that's -- spots are I don't know what this is terrible.
But there's at the emotional responses say.
It's -- you.
And David from did this two conservatives about guns are the NRA after -- book Lotta people do after those kinds of tragedies.
Bob what is it why.
Can't you wait -- -- me personally -- I've refused so far to speculate about which right -- group is responsible -- -- -- environment.
I think it's because these are senseless things evil -- senseless unpredictable and it's the pattern that people use to make sense of something -- otherwise explain.
-- is also something narcissistic about tweeting I think people you know -- we all kind of things people respect him so if that's true.
But that that's part of it and you know people take them down when you do we between of course -- -- story -- yes.
-- arguing that.
Others are tweeting something that is actually kind of innocuous but -- immediately take it down that in order to create the idea that whatever I did was -- -- -- to bring bill on this I.
-- never followed.
This whole false flag -- operation argument that it comes out of Alex jones' it's Cynthia McKinney.
What is it about the brain that immediately decides it's a conspiracy or specific types of brains they refer to themselves as flat tax -- -- my god had -- part of the growth and I don't like the fact that we're giving away their paraphernalia right -- talking about as -- I don't get agencies to -- I don't think it's you people that have nothing else bring comfort to the table they can't just be like.
Oh aren't content present within -- -- even -- that's been overused or they can't just say this is a terrible day -- have to follow it up with something that they used to -- lack of personality.
And so the fact that they don't can't have friends and the other way think -- and his group.
What they're all these like minded people that agree with the same crazy things they view and so there -- that way rather than actually being.
-- person I think Twitter has showcase for me that for -- life exists to make a political point.
Today I heard President Obama speaking you know I'm not a big fan of a lot of his policies but I I just tweeted something very brief -- saying.
Solid statement from the president I felt that he did a great job and I got a ton of tweets coming at me that -- so hyper political about.
And God's -- about something total that was operated yes -- right back.
You -- it's literally accountable on that now yeah.
But I think we need to does all of us left right designer just taken minute and just not be so hyper political about things that let's just let's just -- -- -- -- to -- you knew you would say that you Obama.
-- -- and yet how good.
There's a guy that I follow -- Twitter name rolled dignity and thank you communion about it but he said in times of catastrophe I'd our president.
Twitter is the best thing ever for the first five minutes it's amazing -- For the next 24 hours it's the worst thing ever you did that after you get the news and -- nobody knows what's what to do after they got the initial -- they turn on each other.
And then it gets it it becomes -- -- up little fight with words these these words.
-- throw at each other that you didn't he.
I don't know you vilified him.
Everyone you know right I don't know what shot -- but we're gonna take a break I think -- -- another question but you know who cares I.
We got more stories to cover I -- something -- -- don't go anywhere we'll be right back.
So the bombing in Boston marked the end of a decade remarkably.
You terrorist strikes in the United States thanks to aggressive law enforcement strategies following September 11.
In fact according to -- global terrorism database.
Might -- database the post 9/11 decade's top 40% fewer attacks.
On the country than a decade before 2001.
And as a mayor former mayor Rudy Giuliani noted on Tuesday that's.
Really the big news here is.
This -- a horrible taxes a terrible attack my heart goes out to the people who were hurt but it's surprising that warm I haven't been more of these since September 11 we expected.
Many attacks like this.
The really remarkable stories of so many have been prevented.
That's true by the way I just ran into the mayor.
Getting -- a couple of copy asking you read -- and absolutely.
Which means now.
Yeah I haven't had -- do we say he was on the -- yeah we could -- -- -- -- isn't right passes kiddie did you read I says what zip but he says until late at a week tell -- at 3 AM.
Because it seems like it does it look that's because like dropped -- bomb -- OK these numbers Rick yeah.
Do they surprise you and -- -- -- doesn't matter vetted -- I mean it matters it is getting lower.
But there's no way but the field.
Bizarre and awful after each one.
Right and down you know and I and I I was thinking about the numbers that he is sort of like it in a matter of semantics really you're talking about terror attacks.
OK so what about.
The shooting at.
-- -- yet about the movie get.
Why are those terror attacks in those -- glances and Jared Loughner in Phoenix.
Those guys are terrorists they set out to do the same exact thing that did that whoever was responsible for Boston set out to do to kill or injure as many people as possible so I'm I'm not so I I think we can't be lulled into some kind of false.
Sense of security because some data bureaus says that the -- -- are actually shrinking I think that there are a lot of people out there who want to do a lot of harm and we need to remain vigilant.
Yet I guess the difference between you know you're talking but the mass shootings is that there's not a political.
Our spirit our religious ideology fueling.
A desire for destruction.
But people they're similar in the sense of helplessness.
That day in gender when they when they occur the idea that this could happen anywhere at any time.
Jolt what do you think I do think this kind of stuff affects people in the long run will it affect -- -- exporting to.
That's you know it -- my brother was on a flight right after nine elevenths was the only person on the entire place so that that was obviously very extreme example but.
You know we -- it was a by playing now.
And I tell you didn't tell me -- -- pilot but -- got it.
I don't know why don't we do you see fewer terror attacks mostly because more terrorists are now tenured Ivy League universities but.
There is a reluctance and he's going to public place them into the mall last night thinking you know what's gonna happen -- -- people.
Would have that thought for a long time I think so but eventually unfortunately it's one of those things that we we do get used to and can we talk with a -- that's why a lot of people say.
That's what we need a Second Amendment because.
If you have gun ownership responsible gun ownership and you don't feel afraid you don't feel that this is going to happen -- for the defense yet.
I didn't -- I want to overwork and I could help and I I freely admit it admit when I saw like a lone guy with a backpack.
And I'm in Times Square I -- what might stop.
And I wait for him to keep walking.
Paid index is what I do and I remember I was in.
What with those explosions you -- if I was on a bus and there was somebody with a backpack I got up and gone off that was just what is that.
-- we MI is that being too obsessive I think it's completely normal human reaction I -- I went through 9/11 I was very closely and I remember for a long time after that.
When I would hear the sounds of planes -- -- automatically look up and feel little reaction panic like what's gonna happen because you've you've gone through a very emotional.
Even if you haven't lived through it yourself you know someone who's lived through it you've seen the footage of the suffering that people live in Florida and I think.
It's just stay human normal reaction that you have for certain period of time and I think it does go away I think we all find the latest to conquer that fear and overcome it together that he takes -- and -- -- that's okay.
Bill why you -- terrorism -- -- -- -- creates.
It was a Patriot Act because it scares me that -- overall security is better course of a much like -- go to the -- like.
I don't go to the -- -- what it -- not because of scared because I know that Amazon.com.
And I just don't understand why people would do that I'm glad it.
I think maybe terrorism be affect the way a lot of people don't -- -- and does not mean I have an online access -- I was looking at the numbers.
The amount of terrorism in the 1970s.
And I I kind of forgot I mean that almost all of these radical leftist groups were sponsored by the USSR.
And when the US is our crumbled so did.
For a lot of these groups which again would go back to the fact that what dealers had to go to for a college because he wasn't going to be a terrorist anymore I don't.
When that on the romantic radicalism of the sixties right wasn't the after effect of the seventies we is that -- that terrorism of the seventies and after back to the sixties.
It's amazing the Nike didn't step in to fill the void and yeah.
The sponsorship -- -- -- -- -- -- -- tonight is terrible I -- I think not Nike that are all right all right that was me speculating.
About the pass.
Said he have a -- on the show you know as a threat that proxies that comes regular video of your animal doing something go to foxnews.com slash -- I think we've got submitted video.
You might use it.
So by now you've experienced wall to wall coverage of this horrible crime.
We know what kind of bombs were used but we don't know who planted them.
But we know that certain images we'll stay with us forever this one especially.
Martin's life and -- yesterday.
And right now speculating on who his killers are for the rest of the show it's not gonna change that.
Therefore we're gonna return to the stuff we normally do it right -- Which includes doing some silly stories and not some not so silly stories that occurred this week as well.
Well our job to -- these images over and over again on screen you don't have to do the same thing in your mind so onward and upward.
Our next first silly story -- -- nuclear menace slow down a guy named Dennis.
Well he'll be the toast of North Korea once again.
Dennis Rodman says he's visiting his Powell can John and it August.
The -- -- turned diplomat tells gossip extra dot com -- get all my North Korean news quote.
We have no plans really as far as word going to that's where you don't really do we really.
I get a read that again we have no plans really as far as what we're going to do over there.
But we'll just -- And have some fun you.
I love it when people just hang although North Korea it could mean something different.
He's also not distressed about the little leaders increasingly bellicose and bellowing noting quote.
The Russians were way out there and they were acting on their threats he just wants to be -- he just wants to sit down and talk that's all.
That's sweet and -- I was blissfully unaware North Korea's threatening rhetoric this copy.
You got -- it's -- these local.
That was absolutely amazing probably one of the greatest things have ever seen and all you really needed was a -- a dog football and a dog.
People spend millions of dollars on yachts -- all you really need is a poll and a dog.
We'll be right back -- -- Cooper and a rod didn't go to North Korea.
Should we be encouraged by this news.
I think we should be very concerned because the last trip.
Was a catalyst for everything that's happened since that's so true North Korea is already the -- greatest offensive threat and now it'll be the world's greatest offensive threat on the rebounds and Rodman -- go there and turn them into a basketball.
Power -- the likes of which we have never seen.
US gold medal hopes dashed for the next one -- here.
Wow provided easy going that way Rick could not Rodman says can -- on just wants to be loved.
Don't we all we acknowledge all he really wants is a hug.
Why don't we give him the -- I think Dennis Rodman is might you might early candidate.
For the Nobel Peace Prize for this coming year and I and I just I loved it he's going there to have and have fun some people -- go to like Vegas there's gaps.
Including Korea and -- of Pyongyang a beautiful beaches I think they're gonna have a great time but I really I think this is just decide showed you look at this man he's like.
Eighteen feet tall his whole faces pierced and tattooed.
I don't really know that he in the areas that really -- the he's the biggest threat to to the security I don't even know that they can -- -- is that big of a threat to be honest with you I think we might be.
Focusing on the wrong the rogue leader.
There that yeah.
-- having maybe they'll end up admitting that they look each other get a guy.
Now that could bring us altogether could I mean the fact is they could end up becoming a probably our most famous power couple wow yes an interception and I don't really need to go and I think I -- to.
And it's who I think I did in my head right now I'm -- and his -- perhaps a bed and breakfast in Vermont.
This could change the world.
-- -- He said that that can not only really wants to be lots of may -- what he's really saying -- I can do exactly this could be out he is coming out you guys are speculating I can't.
Can't speculate organic what'd -- what do you think he wants to talk to Obama before this should wanna give him.
His blessing or should Obama be impeached well let's just say that no matter what Obama does it will be the wrong decision I can't really comfortable making that.
Santa yeah and that is.
All right bill why can't one branded visited other friend maybe Rodman can reunify the Koreans.
Hundreds of -- on this but I -- friends should be allowed -- -- -- the fractured right but I think there's nothing else going on here applause I think Dennis Rodman is homeless.
I think your and it's I don't think the eighty casino in Vegas we'll take it anymore.
And here he's gotten his buddy -- how this end.
So obviously otherwise kind of crappy area what he's got a palace he had and they don't want this time he will be the -- it doesn't leave it well.
Yeah he's got all the places to eat yeah gore to Times Square since he got back jobs to be able product -- -- and getting kicked out of bars.
And that our real old real quick and he's ready -- a roof over his head on -- But what you -- but I mean usually runs in the troubled -- neighbors.
-- -- any and he he probably has no money and he does celebrity shows like celebrity Big Brother an apprentice because it put him up and hotels.
That's exactly he doesn't have hopefully still live I have to take this is a breakthrough store on every hole that not even Carmen -- a retired as a that's when you hit that top spot he got an electric does not have a phone.
-- not ever since the disastrous relationship with Dave Navarro.
Yes never date a man -- prettier -- you.
Here's -- -- I'll get to talk about China for a little bit sure try to Phillips.
Come on guys I mean al-Qaeda OK I have a metaphor I'll go to you first jolt.
Let's say you live on the street and there's that I'd -- teenager -- He keeps coming over to your house thought maybe urinating gets your tree or throwing stuff that your pets -- skinny person yeah I -- what is it about.
You can't really tell the kid what to do but what you do -- go to their parents to go down the street -- -- look juniors being a pain in the ass.
You gotta tell -- -- coupe and on our line he scares our tax.
This isn't this metaphor what China is to Korea North Korea is that we have to go to China -- say look you've got to take care of him because that's your -- they're the parents they're the parents rights.
Well -- I.
Think when we have tried that I don't think there listening you know this time they seem to be a lot more aggressive.
They have their own navy that they're developing they -- us basically because -- -- to much money from them so.
May be Dennis Rodman is actually offensive weapon that we've deployed against the Chinese if you don't solve North Korea you get to keep it.
Tools on -- something and what we can keep doing is we can actually continue this by then doing OK.
Send an anti -- And then after that all react that's that it didn't they give it a little heads up what apparently he loves open bars they -- flattened -- he'll tell the whole country -- Roseanne.
But seriously -- North Korean kid and you see someone who looks like this who's got the tattoos and piercings doesn't it kind of blow your mind a little bit yeah and you start to think well maybe I don't have to join a 100000 other people on the gymnastics and everything and everybody else is -- they probably think he's still an active NBA player holly I don't know they they don't get any kind of make media yeah that's true -- fact it probably living and they're they're they're they probably think the Chicago Bulls still has Michael Jordan and everybody.
-- I was certainly an.
To find another name yeah.
Daddy's got my eyes would kinda bring -- down I don't think I absolutely Chicago stags.
Probably had a lot of class guy and we could be wrong he could be changed he could be bringing North Korea over to us.
I don't know doubtful though he's looking for a place to crash I coming up.
The story so important other stories won't even dare look at it in the eyes but first.
Justin Bieber that's -- -- -- to his glasses not taking them off big business we can't franks museum.
You heard it here last as great.
You may have heard Justin Bieber did something dumb.
On Friday after visiting the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam.
He wrote in the guest book.
Truly inspiring to be able to come here that's reason to stopped.
And was a great girl can to stop there.
Hopefully she would have been a believer went too far went too far there my friend.
Bieber got a lot of crap from everybody even the new Pope Tweety can anyone be more -- but that's -- not watch I don't think that happen.
But is every one being unfair.
To the boy with the awesome hair an unnamed source tells People Magazine I hate unnamed sources.
Someone told Justin during the tour that -- was if there was very into pop culture and probably would have been a fan of Justin.
It's sad that people are so quick to criticize without understanding the context with which he made those comments.
It is sad.
Is that mr.
stare -- corgi.
That's actually efficient ball that is inefficient way to put out there.
The guy -- has no -- all right Rick.
Yeah very easy to go after I was still in just to -- like Justin Bieber too easy yes for being self involved.
He's a nineteen year old pop star he has nothing in his body but self involvement there's nothing else.
I want to defend him yet please don't want to defend Justin Bieber.
I've been to Amsterdam yes okay.
There are many things to do yes in Amsterdam that have absolutely no historical.
Right -- it's whatsoever this young man.
Took iPods up to go to the end -- house now that's -- yeah we can criticize him for what he wrote in the book.
Perhaps he should have been a little less.
Narcissistic but the fact that he went there.
I think shows some degree of maturity especially consider his age and the fact that he is about to self destructive and here.
I I I agree with you that he is that he -- -- and by the way the museum.
Was okay that he give up.
Signing -- that the -- they had no completely happy way happy he went but I did get -- he probably did go here before a couple I mean I don't know what I'm speculating that might have been a publicity.
Yeah -- -- -- -- They might have been what are they had to -- that you let me ask you actual.
What do you make of this was it did did he did the wrong thing.
I think it was wrong because there's no way.
The Nazis ever would have let Justin Bieber become a pop -- about a foot and -- museum of degenerate artist behind yes so there's no way anyone ever would have hurt them in wartime Europe this wouldn't happen yet.
Do you think he.
Should be vilified for what he put it -- it's just an innocent mistake.
It does come across as self centered to say she would have been at least he should have written I'm a fan of hers.
He should have said she would be -- data mine that's kinda unfair don't you think.
I give him credit for this one reason so much of what we hear about the Holocaust is always about the death from the murder and destruction and he referred to something positive -- -- spirit and it's actually rare to see people do that focused on the lives of the people who.
Yeah died and so I think that's actually cool.
I will see the thing is I'm always surprised by our panelists.
Instead -- that are we expecting I know you love Justin Bieber answers at him all over your bombarded with my wallpaper headed to London -- are we expecting too much for men.
He's nineteen years old that he could he have worded that better absolutely what I horribly offended but I thought no he's he's the kid he is self -- he's a huge pop star he has millions of people all over the world that love and adore him.
So is he at the center of his mind all the time probably.
But given that he did go there he did pay respects to -- I don't think he intended to offend.
And I think people need -- given little credit they need to chill out.
And they -- -- axis of don't know what to select some kind of remedy for months or wins I don't I don't -- it segregation in the bill -- the right.
Upside here more believers know more about and from that they had frank excuse me then they would have so he actually did a good thing.
I was -- Originally going to defend him until you boarded -- certain way.
I did the matter is change the pop culture is what did you could be given her situation she had photos into the wall of Hollywood stars of the time that you worship.
And you read diary she was a very by -- normal.
Teenager that was an horrible situation what about the matter is would be really -- was at -- -- -- have written it would have been.
But it was very moving to see -- I'm sure and frank would have loved me yeah that's what -- you -- right yeah inflated pig around back.
Yes there are two things I wanted to have made good one this is our handlers fault this is what happens when you when you walk around people who say yes you all the time and never say no.
Somebody should have said you know what daddy don't -- -- put that there or -- I just listen to what you're gonna say first.
-- that he should look at late Garrett.
Hi this is when our producers will put up a picture before and after -- here -- -- in the 1970s I grew up with late Garrett -- that two other sisters.
Was the Justin Bieber of the mid to late seventies.
If you look at him now he can barely make it through Celebrity Rehab it's absolutely disgusting.
And what was that what's what was the probably scare everybody said yes to a nobody said no and that's -- consequence of a life.
Where people don't say no to you've got to have somebody there -- -- Shaun -- alive I think I'm obscurity helped.
Also with older brother was David Cassidy.
And who could forget the -- wonders.
Pamela Sue Martin as Nancy Drew country.
Apart yet hardy boys followed by Nancy Drew of that candidacy Martin was amazing he's great stacked -- does anybody remember what she did Playboy.
I don't know it is -- And did Playboy like 1978.
And I stole it I remember that water might talk about.
Practice and shut up but is there a statute of limitations for stealing.
Playboy from a new standards and -- -- -- yes its impact thank god for that okay time to take a break.
Don't even think of leaving to join paycheck at Amazon.com autographed copy you get -- she got felt dot com.
They are at.
She said something nice.
And then she thought twice -- Ryan there for you writers and come.
Last week former spice girl Geri Hollowell tweeted a tribute to Margaret Thatcher after her -- writing quote.
Being -- our first lady of girl power Margaret Thatcher the grocers daughter who taught me everything.
It's possible or anything is possible kind of looked away there but after some online backlash from idiots -- been deleted it like -- Brady cat.
But -- how she changed -- mind.
And regrets being weak under fire.
She wrote on her blog which I read religiously as -- as written as well as -- that's about as we've been together now I realize that I do admire a woman.
Whether she is right or wrong.
Regardless of -- opinions she had the courage to stand by her convictions.
Not like me I look at my behavior which expose how -- I was under fire not like Margaret Thatcher.
Speaking of -- under fire.
-- not get it together -- -- gorilla that's a bird I don't really get scared bite birds.
I thank you win a bird gets mad at you I would sheets and Hyde Park.
Why I guess it was this one -- day anyway it would -- are following you or did I dream that was a man wearing any.
Lights go off.
Yes and beauty -- that I don't know I don't know why I Jolson -- celebrities take a note from Jerry Falwell and admit when the wrong impression.
I think so but it had a quality.
Nurses is into -- -- that -- been Justin Bieber wishes he could have deleted that entry.
This I think there's it just creates a bigger news story yeah creates conspiracy theory like right now I think for example this is kind of like she's.
The sixth spice girl Margaret Thatcher was the sixth despite.
And they have to believe it's week to make sure that can never have like Paul McCartney being killed at the -- -- back we're -- go back and listen to spice.
All over again I would watch that movie spice world backwards it's pretty cool how it ends -- -- back.
Think it's a point public figures even -- -- Colin well who really isn't what -- -- quit Twitter because it's not worth it.
Twitter is now a bully machine.
You -- -- machine that they look for people and they crowd them until they.
Breakdown -- only people on Twitter all the time saying you should now I'm Debra do now.
Are you responsible I'd respond fully you I come back -- an event.
It cuts out.
You know rural and it's fun because -- -- in return yeah I like to get -- I mean I think it takes a strong woman who admit weakness and she she have the guts to do it and I think it's good whatever motivation may have -- I still think it makes a good statement yeah other celebrities out there maybe -- Yeah rich guy you I celebrate the entire spice girl catalog of hot does this make you love them more or make you love them.
Less well it's it's always nice opportunity go back and revisit music you have listened to and long time yes you know -- in the news like.
What happened listen to The Spice Girls and so on and so is she ginger spices and she is Gerri how I think -- -- guys -- you know I think.
The fact that she came out with this and you know she also said -- -- stand -- do -- even know what I'm talking about I -- -- nice that's at self awareness scary spice.
We never would have done now -- slice down man I'm really knows but any chance to go back -- this is The Spice Girls.
Italian -- spice world one of the most under rated movies featuring an all girl band.
And I included that movie about -- Clayton -- how to jab back Coldplay and their fans bill.
Quickly you did -- well in the ninety's are you glad to see what if your -- is finally standing up for herself.
It's very difficult -- to let us.
Yeah probably a wise person once said that -- let anybody down in one dollar around slam your body down and zig zag.
And great that person's -- well you know let.
This I think Jerry is poised for a comeback.
Oh she's poised for Rapid City is poised for -- -- with me she's gone behind the -- -- -- -- -- I think he learned when he sees just how easy it is to get out on Twitter and how easy it is to say Iraq.
-- we got to move on which is a great add one thing what he's also got a great.
We can't argue that -- of that.
Thank you Bellwether -- that Andy how do you Tucson live they can't get that he had no results jolt -- how -- I'm sorry.
Rick small bomb that does it for me Greg Gutfeld I will see you.
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