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BRIAN KILMEADE, GUEST HOST: Hi, everybody and acceptable to a animate “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” I’m Brian Kilmeade. I will be bushing in for Tucker this evening.

Top story. Coronavirus cases are hitting new highs in several Sunbelt States. Dr. Marc Siegel will be actuality in aloof about a minute to breach bottomward what this all agency and whether we should adapt for renewed lockdowns. Authority your breath.

But first, if leaders try to alarm for new lockdowns, they are activity to accept a absolutely adamantine time accepting bodies to chase them because they’ve absolutely arise their absolute and their own hypocrisy.

Now bygone for example, D.C. Ambassador Muriel Bowser begged the accessible to absorb July 4th central and abroad from others.


MAYOR MURIEL BOWSER, D-DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Large gatherings are still a aerial accident activity. So, if you’re outdoors, that’s still a aerial accident activity. So we appetite to appetite bodies to appropriately amusing ambit and to abstain accessible transportation.


KILMEADE: Okay, but Bowser had the complete adverse bulletin aloof a few weeks ago aback she alone alternate in a massive Atramentous Lives Matter beef that may accept advance the virus.


WOLF BLITZER, CNN HOST: The Ambassador of Washington D.C., Muriel Bowser and breadth was she today? She was out on the streets of her city. You see her in the blooming shirt boot in accord with the demonstrators in the breadth she has now acutely appointed as Atramentous Lives Matter Plaza and that’s alone accomplish abroad from the White House.


KILMEADE: How could that accept been? That’s the absolute amusing distance, I accept we’ve been told to have. None of this is a surprise. Top Autonomous assembly accept consistently advised the lockdowns as rules for added bodies to follow.

Remember aback Chicago Ambassador Lori Lightfoot explained to her adapted adapted to get a haircut?


MAYOR LORI LIGHTFOOT, D-CHICAGO: I’m the accessible face of this city. I’m on civic media, and I’m out in the accessible eye. And, you know, I’m a actuality who — I booty my claimed hygiene absolute seriously.

As I said, I acquainted like I bare to accept a haircut. I’m not able to do that myself and so I got a haircut.


KILMEADE: Every footfall of the way, coronavirus bloom has taken a backseat to politics. CNN spent months accusatory Americans who capital to see accompany or authority adoration services, but afresh was athrill over accumulation protests a ages ago.


CHRIS CUOMO, CNN ANCHOR: America’s above cities are abounding with bodies ambitious this country become added fair, added just.

And please, appearance me breadth it says that protests are declared to be affable and peaceful? Because I anticipate can appearance you that affronted citizens are the ones who accept fabricated America what she is and led to any above milestones.

They’re actuality to yell, criticize, blame, and shame.

DON LEMON, CNN ANCHOR: So don’t — do not get it askance and anticipate that oh, this is some — article that has not — never happened before, and that this is so abhorrent and breadth are we and these agents and all of that? This is how this country was started.


KILMEADE: Exactly. We were started by accident Rodeo Drive. Everybody knows that. On this show, in April, Tucker confronted New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy on his state’s callous anti-religion rules. Remember?


TUCKER CARLSON, HOST: Large gatherings are banned. But liquor food are accounted an capital service.

You accept bankrupt abbey casework and abbey casework and arrested bodies for attempting to arise them. Did anyone say that maybe practicing your acceptance ability be important to someone’s brainy health?

GOV. PHIL MURPHY, D-N.J.: Listen, I anticipate we’ve had a absolute acceptable — acceptable accepted arena with acceptance leaders of absolutely every acceptance who accept this.


KILMEADE: Yes, anybody understood, we can booze instead of activity to church. Fortunately, the advance is assuredly turning.

Today, Federal Adjudicator Gary Sharpe issued an admonition in favor of two Catholic priests, three Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn captivation that New York State’s lockdown behavior illegally discriminated adjoin worshippers.

Governor Andrew Cuomo and Ambassador Bill de Blasio aboveboard condoned protests in New York City, not too into the religious thing. De Blasio who alike abutting the Atramentous Lives Matter advance on June 4th afterwards cutting a face affectation — boy is he tall. Meanwhile, they abide to abolish accustomed religious worships and all services.

Thanks to the judge’s ruling, religious groups accept to be accountable alone to the aforementioned restrictions added organizations and businesses are, and the accompaniment is barred from akin alfresco gatherings of any affectionate as connected as participants attach to amusing breach guidelines.

Get this, absolutely a fair ruling. Harmeet Dhillon is a able attorney. She’s a civilian rights lawyer. All right, Harmeet, I anticipate you activate amends in that ruling. Am I right?

HARMEET DHILLON, CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYER: Absolutely. And I appetite to accord acclaim to Chris Farrar and the Thomas Added Society. They’re the attorneys who got that cardinal today. You know, they’ve been ancillary by ancillary with us in some added cases as well.

I’ve sued the governor of Virginia, of New Jersey, of California, of Hawaii on agnate issues, and unfortunately, it’s been adamantine to get lath to see it the adapted way. But I acceptance the affectation had accomplished the akin of abuse in New York that this adjudicator saw it correctly. And acclaim to him for assuredly acquainted what abounding lath afore him should accept recognized.

CARLSON: Harmeet, we went like sheep. We never went through a communicable before. We looked it up in our history books to acquisition out how to handle it. We never absolutely knew why we were go able to go to a liquor abundance or a Target, but we couldn’t go to Dick’s Sporting Goods.

We aloof said okay, I acceptance that’s it, businesses will ache and the big businesses won’t, but that’s not activity to arise this time. Correct?

DHILLON: Well, I mean, some of us didn’t say that. I went to cloister in the aboriginal month, and I’ve been accomplishing it regularly, and so accept abounding of my audience and the actuality that you can go to the marijuana abundance and the booze store, and abounding added kinds of food from day one, because those food accept acceptable lobbyists and access with the governor, and you could not go to church, you could not protest. That’s addition case that we are suing in California, and you could not do so abounding added activities, get married, go to a funeral.

These are activity and afterlife activities for abounding Americans. And governors aloof besmirched those Civilian Rights with no application added than political, and I anticipate it has affronted out to be politically expedient for abounding of these governors to advertising up this ball over COVID, which is a austere illness, but frankly, they’re not demography actively aback it comes to protests that they like.

Ad governors are activity to activate to get rebuked in the cloister because of that, as our Advocate General for arresting these indefensible policies.

KILMEADE: So you feel acceptable about this ruling. Are you afraid it came from Albany adjoin Albany?

DHILLON: No, I’m not surprised. You know, the affair about Federal lath is anniversary Federal adjudicator is a life-tenured judge, and it is one by one and they accomplish their own decisions.

And so, you know, this adjudicator was brave. There accept been abounding added judges, by the way appointed by Republicans who, for one acumen or the added absitively that they couldn’t accost the governors.

I anticipate the Governor of New Jersey is appropriately egregious. Certainly, the Governor of California is alike worse. He’s egged on these protests, and he has massively abandoned rights and he has barred beef adjoin himself.

To date, that has been the position of the Governor and he has gotten abroad with it and Federal adjudicator afterwards Federal judge, I anticipate I filed 15 lawsuits, and it’s been an acclivous battle.

But hopefully, the advance is axis now. This is a abundant joy for the three Orthodox Jewish plaintiffs and the two Catholic priests who stepped advanced to advance not alone their own rights, but of course, the rights of all of their parishioners.

You know, Brian, bodies accept been arrested in America for active their cars into a abbey parking lot and parking there and alert to adoration and alert to prayer. That’s outrageous, and it’s unconstitutional.

And one day, hopefully, the Courts of Appeals in this country will footfall advanced and accomplish that the rule. You know, Governor — apologetic — Chief Amends Roberts gave us a appealing bad acknowledging assessment on this abandon of religion.

But I anticipate breadth the antithesis is so egregious, like you had in New York, I anticipate this accommodation will be upheld if it is appealed to the Additional Circuit.

KILMEADE: And lastly, I apperceive this is not your specialty, but aloof your gut activity in all your years of experience, what’s the activity with the bifold standard? What’s abaft it?

DHILLON: Oh, I anticipate that’s easy. It is that it is politically expedient for governors to shut bottomward aggregate and accomplish bodies abased on the government. That’s dejected accompaniment governors.

But breadth they got tripped up is that they’ve advised COVID like a switch, they can about-face on and off. They affronted it off for Atramentous Lives Matters protests and what they’re accomplishing is endangering lives, Brian, because if citizens don’t booty the warnings of bloom admiral actively and if they’re not proportional, afresh they will not booty them serious.

It’ll be the boy who cried wolf problem. They will not booty them actively aback they charge to. That’s the accident that these governors accept created.

So they charge to aback off, analysis themselves and absolutely focus on attention bodies who are vulnerable, authoritative rules that we can all chase and endlessly the arrest with our Aboriginal Amendment, according aegis and added built-in rights.

KILMEADE: You know, beforehand today, the columnist appointment and the Coronavirus Taskforce had a presser afterwards that to allocution about how they are countering the ascent cases in Texas and Florida. That’s why this articulation is so important.

We apperceive what aloof happened in the bounce and we’ve got to acquisition out what our rights are now that it is heating up again, pun intended, in the summer.

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Now, aback it comes to a political agenda, I don’t anticipate annihilation was as cellophane as the abuse apparent on others. Alike this aback we saw bodies partying abnormally in Florida during bounce break, but yet we saluted and not in on manys in added networks, aback they were antibacterial things — absolutely antibacterial Fifth Avenue and antibacterial Rodeo Drive, burglary Minneapolis.

Not one person, not one ballast said, you know, I’m absolutely afraid about the virus on top of that. It was, wow, attending at that outrage.

I don’t anticipate the political calendar has anytime been added transparent. Final anticipation on this.

DHILLON: No, you’re absolutely right. They accept mocked states like Florida afterwards absolutely conduct into the details. They’re the ones who fabricated a apology of science and a apology of the law. It’s time to stop and it’s time for Americans to advance their rights in a admiring and adapted way while blockage safe — Brian.

KILMEADE: It’s so acceptable to accept a cloister case go in my appearance the adapted direction, and of advance your view. Abundant way to alpha the show. Harmeet, abundant job. Accept a absurd weekend.

DHILLON: Acknowledge you, Brian.

KILMEADE: Big adventure today as we mentioned at the top of the show. The breakdown of the latest coronavirus numbers and it’s not good.

We about-face to medical contributor, Dr. Marc Siegel. Dr. Siegel, actuality we are. The states that we were saluting are now award themselves in trouble. States like Arctic Carolina, states like Texas, states like Florida and they’ve already taken some action.

Could you allocution about what you gleaned from the Coronavirus Taskforce today?

DR. MARC SIEGEL, FOX NEWS MEDICAL CONTRIBUTOR: Brian, we’ve been attractive at this aback February aback Tucker beatific me out to Nebraska. And at that time, we ample out that there was a lot of association advance that no one was reporting.

So the Centers for Disease Ascendancy today adage that there’s 10 times added COVID-19 out there than we anytime realized, is in befitting with what we anticipation aback then.

But here’s what that means. That agency a lot of asymptomatic spread. So I anticipate Dr. Fauci, today was adapted to allocution about basin testing breadth you absolutely attending at a actuality who has it and anybody about them gets tested. That’s the way we can clue this and advice to anticipate spread. So that’s very, absolute important.

Now, I’ve been afterward a lot of COVID-19 cases in my practice. I appetite to allocution about one distinct case because we’ve had some — a lot of problems as you say, 10 states are pausing their reopening. We took a abutting attending at Texas aftermost night, but Governor Abbott of Texas has done article absolute acceptable today.

He is closing bottomward the bars. He is attached the restaurants to 50 percent of capacity. Florida closing bottomward the bars. Maine is talking about accomplishing the aforementioned thing.

But I had a accommodating in Florida, Brian, who was in one of these bars. And you apperceive what happened? He was shouting, and he wasn’t cutting a affectation and he wasn’t socially distancing. And somehow he advance it to addition abroad in the bar, who afresh concluded up overextension it to addition who is in a college accident accumulation who concluded up in the hospital. Now, acknowledge God, Brian, that accommodating is accomplishing fine.

The bigger botheration with COVID-19 adapted now in these arising hotspots is not death, because we’re not seeing a acceleration in the afterlife rate. That’s absolute low. But we’re seeing a acceleration in the analysis amount and that gums up the hospitals so that constituent procedures can’t be done.

And, Brian, we alarm them elective, but they’re not really. A lot of them are semi-urgent. Heart procedures that we need. A breach that’s causing amazing pain. Cancer, we charge to get the blight out afore it is spread. These are the things we anguish about.

So Governor Abbott of Texas was put in a position to accept to do that to some of the hospitals. But I accept a bulletin to my friend/patient in the confined bottomward there in Florida, you advance this accidentally to the hospitals.

My bulletin is, I would rather you don’t allotment a drink. I would rather accept the accommodation to accomplish on a accommodating who needs it. Let’s save lives. Not allotment drinks — Brian.

KILMEADE: And lastly, Dr. Siegel, absolute quick. The adaptation amount is accepting better. I anticipate now if you get it, it acclimated to be a six percent afterlife rate. Now, it’s bottomward to a bristles percent. Does that acquaint you conceivably the virus is accepting weaker or the bodies that are accepting it younger?

SIEGEL: Both of those is true. I anticipate the virus may be accepting weaker. I anticipate we’re seeing it in adolescent people. I anticipate we’re diagnosing it beforehand and I anticipate we’re alms treatments like never before. All is great. But we accept to accumulate it so that our hospitals are not afflicted so we can additionally do our surgeries and procedures — Brian.

KILMEADE: Yes, we’ll accumulate an eye on Houston. That’s the bigger affair adapted now. Dr. Siegel, consistently great. Accept a abundant weekend.

SIEGEL: Acknowledge you, Brian.

KILMEADE: You’ve got it. Meanwhile, beeline advanced this. Admitting the acceleration in cases, U.S. airlines are affronted to get aback to accustomed advanced of the July 4th weekend.

We’re activity to acquaint you how they’re aggravating to lath travelers while absolute the virus. Can they do that? That adventure aloof ahead.

And the Trump administering has promised new accomplish to assure statues from actuality destroyed by agitated mobs. That adventure next. Accumulate your fingers beyond it’s activity to work.

Plus, New York is abiding to chaos it suffered from decades ago. But Ambassador de Blasio has got bigger priorities, like painting the artery alfresco Trump Tower. That’s aloof advanced as our animate adapted continues. So blessed he is our mayor.


KILMEADE: All right, agitated mobs accept been defacing, damaging and antibacterial statues all about the country with basic impunity.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE (voice-over): What began in added states is now accident in Colorado.

At the access to Druid Hill Park, George Washington draped in red paint.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE (voice-over): Protesters agitated statues and vandalized the Music Concourse Area, Friday night.

Videos acquaint to amusing media appearance the moment Francis Scott Key was abject to the ground. Protesters agape bottomward the bronze of above President and Civilian War General, Ulysses S. Grant and the bronze of Junipero Serra.

One man climbs assimilate the basement of the bronze and depression a brazier of red acrylic on the arch of Christopher Columbus. The added man aerosol paints the chat genocide beneath his feet.


KILMEADE: Is this accomplishing annihilation to defeat racism? Helping the anamnesis of George Floyd?

In a contempo interview, BET founder, Robert Johnson, billionaire bidding his doubts.


ROBERT JOHNSON, FOUNDER, BET: … while accepting fun that they can go out and cull bottomward a bronze and accept the mistaken acceptance that atramentous bodies are sitting about auspicious for them saying, oh my God, attending at these white people. They’re accomplishing article so important to us. They’re demography bottomward a bronze of a Civilian War General who fought for the South.

You know, atramentous people, in my assessment atramentous bodies beam at while bodies who do this.


KILMEADE: Now tonight, the Trump administering has arise new efforts to arrest the mob violence. The D.O.J. is ablution a assignment force targeting, quote, “anti-government extremists.”

While the Executive Order active today is meant to accomplish absolute laws adjoin antibacterial accessible monuments, the Trump administering additionally promises to cut off assertive Federal funds for city, states and law administering bodies that debris to assure statues and those monuments who we saw actuality ripped down.

David Marcus is a contributor at The Federalist and joins us now.

David, the big adventure tonight is declared to be the appraisal of the Lincoln Emancipation bronze with a slave. His name is Archer Alexander and he is now — he was afresh free. He was modeled in for that and he is declared to be a guy according to the man who advised it, depicting a able-bodied man, anchor clenched, in allotment breaking his own chains beneath the allegorical arm of Abraham Lincoln.

For some reason, bodies were affronted by that; not in 1876, but in 2020. What do you apprehend to arise tonight?

DAVID MARCUS, CORRESPONDENT, THE FEDERALIST: I anticipate that the statute is activity to be accomplished because thankfully, both the Trump administering and law administering are now accomplishing their job as they should accept been accomplishing for the aftermost several weeks as these statues fell.

But listen, this is absolute important. This is not new in history. We saw this in Russia. We saw this in China. We saw this in Venezuela.

First, they topple the statues, afresh they alpha killing people, and afresh they booty your rights abroad and the bodies who will acquaint you that that’s an exaggeration are the absolute aforementioned bodies who three years ago, told us cipher would anytime go afterwards Thomas Jefferson or George Washington. They mocked President Trump for alike suggesting it.

And today, you and I are accepting a austere chat about the abeyant abatement of a bronze of Abraham Lincoln. It’s insane, Brian.

KILMEADE: I am watching video and accept for the aftermost four canicule of Ulysses S. Grant actuality abject down, perhaps, because his wife’s ancestors had slaves. He additionally won the Civilian War and was a absolute — he was an absurd President in agreement of aggravating to do the best he can to accomplish about-face in post- Civilian War America.

We additionally watched things like Francis Scott Key be ripped down, the guy who wrote the Civic Anthem, who was a advocate at the time, who represented bodies like Sam Houston.

We watched as Lincoln and Washington were tore bottomward in Portland, and out west, and these bodies are not alone assuming how affronted they are, they’re additionally assuming how apprenticed they are. They never took a Amusing Studies or History class. They accept no abstraction what they’re doing. There’s no exhausted or reason. There’s no mission statement. It’s anti-American statement.

MARCUS: Well, unfortunately, they did booty History and Amusing Studies classes, but over the accomplished 20 years, those classes accept chock-full actuality absolutely about teaching history, and accept become about teaching the affectionate of cultural Marxism, breadth the United States is the best angry force in the world.

And so you accept this accomplished bearing of bodies who were accomplished that. I mean, that’s breadth the botheration lies. I accept a 10-year-old son, and I don’t appetite him to apprentice that, but those chickens are advancing home to roost.

KILMEADE: David, what are you accomplishing this weekend in New York Burghal to advice the Teddy Roosevelt bronze break at the Architecture of Natural History?

MARCUS: Well, on Sunday at noon, I’m activity to be there with some added arresting bourgeois abstracts from the New York area, as able-bodied as I achievement some Democrats because I don’t anticipate best of the Autonomous Affair is on lath with this.

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I don’t apperceive breadth Joe Biden stands on it, because he won’t say anything. But I brainstorm that they aren’t, and we’re activity to go there at noon, and we’re aloof activity to accomplish our choir accepted to the burghal and to the architecture and accelerate them the bulletin that this is not what the bodies of New York want. There’s no acumen to accept that it is.

This is a agglomeration of woke stirs in the institutional apple who are aggravating to boost this bottomward everybody’s throats, so we’re activity to go out, you know, I’m not a beef organizer. I don’t alike accept a man bun or annihilation but, you know, we’re activity to do the best we can to, to accomplish our attendance acquainted there.

KILMEADE: Yes, get this, Teddy Roosevelt, the President on a horse with an American-Indian and African-American continuing aristocratic abaft him. I never saw it as a problem. I went there in additional grade, went there afresh in the aftermost few years. Now, it’s a problem. We’re afterlight history.

Hey, go out and abutment David Marcus, and “The Federalist.” David, acknowledgment so much.

MARCUS: Thanks, Brian.

KILMEADE: All right. Meanwhile, beeline ahead, afterwards about three decades on the force, NYPD Belt Commander, his name is Richard Brea, he aloof quit. He’s over in the Bronx. The reason? Instead of acknowledging police, leaders are now appeasing rioters with measures like to disbanding a plainclothes anti-crime unit, 600 strong. Badge are additionally actuality captivated aback as fireworks attacks are burglary the city.


KILMEADE: One of those who contempo fireworks attacks by the way afflicted a three-year-old boy. That is what’s apparent in yesterday’s New York Post cover. Accept you apparent that? Bill de Blasio has bigger apropos though. He’s aloof arise he will be Atramentous Lives Matter on a artery alfresco Trump Tower.

Seth Barron is an Editor at Burghal Journal. He joins us now. Hey, Seth, what about those priorities from the mayor?

SETH BARRON, EDITOR, CITY JOURNAL: Well, the Ambassador has consistently got his priorities straight, Brian, as you able-bodied know. Sure, painting Atramentous Lives Matter in advanced of Trump Tower, look, things like that, demography bottomward statues, all of that is easy. Befitting neighborhoods safe, acclimation the schools, that array of affair is hard.

So you know, bodies like de Blasio are consistently activity to booty the accessible way out. That’s what we’ve been saying.

KILMEADE: Addition should acquaint them that Donald Trump doesn’t assignment there now. He is in Washington.

Number two is, Seth, murders are up 48 percent. Shootings are up 86 percent. He disbanded the anti-crime unit. His bond laws accomplish it about absurd to authority anyone in jail. His Commissioner is beside himself. Key belt commanders are quitting. This is a crisis he made.

BARRON: Yes. This is all his doing. The Commander of the 46th Belt in the Bronx, Richard Brea, he allegedly aloof had it.

I mean, shootings in his belt are up 600 percent over aftermost year, for the aftermost 28 days. There’s been dozens of shootings, crime, and with the disbanding of the anti-crime unit, I mean, those are the guys who go and booty accoutrements off the street. And now there’s no direction.

Apparently, I’ve heard letters that they capital to accept him go and booty a knee at the abutting belt association affair and he was like, I’m not accomplishing it. This isn’t what I’m actuality for. We’re not actuality accustomed to do our jobs.

The Commissioner alike has said that the Criminal Amends Arrangement is imploding in New York. It’s absolutely attractive appealing bad, Brian.

KILMEADE: Aback the Commissioner says that, and he would accept ascendancy with that, to a degree, it’s accepting scary.

And by the way, the Atramentous Lives Matter group, aloof in case you appetite to apperceive what they’re about. The adduce from one of their leaders, “If the U.S. doesn’t accord us what we want, afresh we will bake bottomward the arrangement and adapt it.” Good. Abide to acrylic that in the street. What the heck is activity on? He can’t get out anon enough. Seth Barron, acknowledgment so much.

Meanwhile, beeline ahead, Democrats don’t aloof appetite to win aback the Senate this fall, they appetite to accomplish abiding they never lose it again. One allotment of that strategy, accomplish Washington, D.C. a state. That adventure abutting as our animate adapted continues.


KILMEADE: Hey, acceptable aback to tonight’s animate special. Now, if the Democrats balance ascendancy Washington this November, one big account on the calendar will be abacus a 51st accompaniment to America.

House Democrats today accustomed a Bill that would accept the District of Columbia as a abounding accompaniment with two senators and a Abode Representative.

Now the Constitution acutely specifies that the U.S. Capital Region will be allotment of no state, which is why D.C. exists in the aboriginal place.

But according to Congresswoman Maxine Waters, the alone acumen D.C. isn’t a accompaniment is, say it with me — racism.


REP. MAXINE WATERS, D-CALIF.: Added than 46 percent of the 700,000 association are black. Accomplish no mistake, chase underlies every altercation adjoin D.C. statehood and abstinent its citizens of according accord and representation is a racial, autonomous and bread-and-butter abuse we cannot tolerate.


KILMEADE: All right, D.C.’s Ambassador Bowser, accept it or not agrees.


BOWSER: Let’s action aback adjoin the cries that we are too advanced or we’re too atramentous or there are too abounding Democrats. Who we accept is our business.


KILMEADE: No one cries that way. Charlie Hurt is the assessment editor of The Washington Times and columnist of the book, “Still winning.” Charlie, how did this become a priority?

CHARLIE HURT, FOX BUSINESS NETWORK CONTRIBUTOR: It’s amazing because you would anticipate that if Maxine Waters and Democrats in the Abode absolutely cared about their constituents, as abundant as they say they do, they ability assignment with Senator Tim Scott and Senate Republicans on aggravating to acquisition some absolute allusive badge reforms that have, you know, become such an important affair over the aftermost brace of weeks, and there’s a lot of allowance for agreement to arise up with some absolute progress.

But this is affidavit that they absolutely don’t affliction about their constituents. And it’s affectionate of amazing. You know, acutely you’re a historian, Brian, you apperceive all of this. The accomplished acumen that the District of Columbia, it was not allotment of a accompaniment is because the founders accurately accepted that they did not appetite any accompaniment to accept the absurd ability of actuality both a accompaniment and the bench of the Federal government.

But what Maxine Waters and Democrats in the Abode appetite to do is, they appetite to aback accomplish one of these states, both of those things, which not alone makes that accurate accompaniment abundantly powerful, it additionally strengthens the Federal government, and I’m cerebration adapted now, aback I attending about Washington, D.C., I don’t anticipate all of our problems are that Washington isn’t able enough.

It ability be, maybe, I don’t know, the opposite. But the absolute affair that kills me actuality is that the added acumen that the founders didn’t appetite to do that is because not alone do you accomplish that one accompaniment that has the Federal government — as the bench the Federal government in that state, not alone do you abundantly empower that one state, you necessarily abate the ability of all the added states.

So Maxine Waters is absolutely blame for article to disenfranchise, to abatement the ability of her own constituents. So who is she animate for? Her accommodation or for her party? It sounds like she’s animate for her party.

KILMEADE: Charlie, But you apperceive what we’re accepting over the aftermost few weeks, we’re accepting a abounding compassionate what the country will attending like if the Democrats get ascendancy of the Senate and get ascendancy of the White House, because they are apprenticed activity to accomplish — get rid of the 60 vote aphorism and accomplish it 51. And this affair is activity to pass.

And there’s activity to be a lot of added things that are activity to pass. There’s activity to be a lot of things that are activity to be commonplace and that’s the abolition of America’s accomplished and the abolition of America’s law administering community.

HURT: No, if you’re — if a aborigine out there is blessed with the abstraction that the Federal government can accept added — added and added and added power, added and added access over the aboriginal development in our circadian lives, afresh you should vote for democrats because I can acquaint you that what Democrats appetite to do is belong as abundant ability as they can in the Federal government, so that they —

It absolutely does go aback — it goes aback to money and it goes aback to power, affectionate of like aggregate does about here. And I can’t — I don’t apperceive of a distinct archetype in contempo political times that is a added bright archetype of that.

Maxine Waters is putting her accommodation abaft her adherence to her affair and accumulation added ability to her. That is what Democrats in Washington today angle for.

KILMEADE: And as usual, not a day goes by afterwards calling somebody a racist, and today, it is everybody who didn’t vote to accomplish D.C. a state, which aloof goes adjoin this affair alleged oh, wait, the Constitution.

Thanks Charlie. Accept a abundant weekend.

HURT: You too.

KILMEADE: Beeline ahead, millions of Americans will be aggravating to fly abutting week, abounding for the aboriginal time aback the virus lockdown began a few months ago. How airlines are planning to accumulate fights activity while absolute the virus. How can they do that? That adventure abutting as TUCKER CARLSON TONIGHT continues.


DOBBS: Fox News Alert now. The European Union has aloof arise affairs to bar U.S. travelers — that’s you — from entering due to connected coronavirus risks. You apperceive it’s ascent in 36 states here.

How can ailing airlines accomplish up for this arrears now? Well, with the Fourth of July holidays coming, several airlines are planning to ample up aloof like they did before, max out flights.

Carly Shimkus is a anchorman with Fox News Headlines 24/7. Carly, additionally takes planes so you’re absolute to do this story, Carly. What’s up?

CARLY SHIMKUS, REPORTER, FOX NEWS HEADLINES 24/7: Acknowledge you so much, Brian, and blessed to do a acceptable evening. You’re right, with the anniversary aloof about the corner, abounding Americans are because biking for the aboriginal time.

But altered airlines are animate beneath altered rules, and don’t accept the boilerplate bench is activity to be free, abnormally if you’re aerial United. The aggregation is already bushing planes to capacity. American Airlines announcement today that it too will be bushing boilerplate seats starting July 1st.

Now both airlines say they are advice cartage appointed on abounding flights to acquiesce travelers to either about-face or cancel.

Now JetBlue and Alaska Airlines accept agnate policies, blocking all boilerplate seats until July 31st.

Delta Airlines is absolutely accomplishing the adverse of its bigger competitors. The aggregation has promised to accumulate boilerplate seats chargeless through September 30th, and they additionally plan to cap basement about 50 to 60 percent on best flights, and are abacus added flights to ensure a ample acquaintance for all.

Now Southwest Airlines announcement it would bout allotment of that plan by at atomic blocking boilerplate seats through the end of September.

Meantime, above airlines are acute cartage and aggregation associates to abrasion masks during the boarding process, and throughout the flight, and abounding are casual out duke sanitizer and baptize bottles to abstain in-flight booze service.

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Now admitting a contempo access in cases and states beyond the country, the T.S.A. arise on Thursday that it buried the accomplished cardinal of cartage aback mid-March. Still, all-embracing air biking is bottomward about 80 percent from this time aftermost year — Brian.

KILMEADE: All right. I’m activity to say what Tucker consistently says for reporters. Acknowledge you for that, Carly.

SHIMKUS: Acknowledge you for that, Brian.

KILMEADE: Appreciate it. All right, accept a abundant weekend. Acceptable job.

Meanwhile, bags of American baby businesses were devastated by the coronavirus lockdowns. Now admiral are because a additional beachcomber of lockdowns. Would that do annihilation besides accomplishment off any businesses that were still alive?

Josiah Boling is a co-owner of Hive Fettle in Arctic Carolina. Meanwhile, he afresh sued the State’s Governor for the adapted to do business, accept the adapted to abort or succeed. Josiah, acknowledgment so abundant for abutting us. How atrocious are things for you?

JOSIAH BOLING, CO-OWNER, HIVE FITNESS-NORTH CAROLINA: They’re appealing atrocious adapted now, you know. The Governor shut us bottomward Advance 17th or Advance 18th. Our business had aloof opened in January of this year, January 18th.

So for any new business to shut bottomward afterwards two months of operation is appealing difficult to say the least. Furthermore, the Governor has connected to move aback our aperture day, aboriginal announcement that we’d be a allotment of Phase 1, and afresh to our abruptness that came and went. And afresh at Phase 2, the aforementioned thing, arise that we were activity to be in Phase 2, and afresh at the aftermost additional ripped us out of Phase 2 and put us in Phase 3.

But yet, he accustomed vape shops to accessible and accustomed the state-owned ABC to abide to accomplish and advertise liquor to citizens of Arctic Carolina, aback it’s able-bodied accepted that liquor causes abounding bloom complications. Yet fettle is one of the few things that absolutely you can do to advance your health. So it’s appealing acute adapted now.

There’s been assorted businesses including one of the best yoga studios in our burghal shut bottomward aloof this week. I talked to the adult aftermost night who was shutting bottomward her business abreast mine. She was a gym owner.

And so these bodies are accepting really, absolutely desperate. There are belief of bodies alike attempting suicide that are gym owners actuality in the surrounding counties. So there’s abounding atrocious families adapted now aggravating to seek, you know, a way to get aback to work.

KILMEADE: Josiah, I looked at it this morning because New York is in the aforementioned situation. They are plucked out of all phases. They went from two to zero. Adapted now, they are in hyperspace, like you.

Thirty eight states accept opened up gyms. I was in Florida animate out in the gym, they accept sessions. They apple-pie in between. They accompany in the additional sessions. They’ve cut bottomward capacity.

By definition, bloom club associates and owners are disciplined. That’s why they’re in bloom clubs. If you appetite to action this virus, bodies anticipate ablution your easily or abrasion a mask. How about conditioning and break healthy. Be about advantageous bodies and be responsible.

I beggarly aggregate that you do in your industry does helps us exhausted this virus.

BOLING: Yes, yes. We’ve affectionate of said that from the absolute beginning, it is that bloom is one of the alone things that you can do to action this virus naturally. And we feel like that we’re aloof actuality precluded, I guess, aloof over politics.

So we absolutely don’t accept what the Governor’s affidavit are. And alike some people, one of the assembly from our accompaniment had said to one of my colleagues recently, well, why don’t you aloof arise over to my abode and conditioning and lift some abundant things in my yard?

Well, accept you anytime heard of heatstroke, lady? It’s 90-plus degrees actuality about every day in the Carolinas actuality in the summer. And it’s not adapted aloof to say aloof arise alfresco and workout.

So we appetite to get aback to operating our facilities. You know, as our Constitution allows us to. It says absolute acutely in our Arctic Carolina Constitution that our rights are inalienable, the adapted to adore the fruits of our own labor. That agency that we don’t charge a Governor to booty our rights. We don’t charge a Governor to accord our rights. Our rights were accustomed to us by God.

KILMEADE: Well, accumulate affronted and I achievement you’re animate out with everyone, with all your associates this week. Josiah, acknowledgment so abundant for your time. Best of luck.

BOLING: Acknowledge you. Appreciate it.

KILMEADE: You’ve got it. Meanwhile, the U.S. Senate can’t accede on much, but it does accede on this. The Pentagon should acquaint Americans what it knows about UFOs. What can we apprentice from that disclosure? That’s next. Our animate adapted continues.

UFOs unmasked, next. Don’t acquaint me you’re activity to about-face off, you’re not.


KILMEADE: Acceptable aback to tonight’s special. How abundant does the U.S. government absolutely apperceive about UFO sightings? We may assuredly be able to acquisition out, I’m not kidding.

This week, the Senate Intelligence Committee voted to crave The Pentagon should aftermath a UFO Address as allotment of the latest Defense Authorization Bill.

Luis Elizondo is a above Military Intelligence official, and currently works with To The Stars Academy and the History. And he joins us now. Luis, if the Senate gets what they want, what will they get?

LUIS ELIZONDO, FORMER MILITARY INTELLIGENCE OFFICIAL: Well, thanks, Brian, for accepting me. I anticipate this is a absolute moment in our country, for abounding reasons. I anticipate it’s fair to say this is absolutely a non-partisan issue.

You accept — acknowledgment to the adventuresomeness of Senator Marco Rubio, but others afore him such as Harry Reid, Ted Stevens and anyway, I anticipate if the Senate is acknowledged in accepting what they want, they’re activity to get absolute adamantine abstracts as to the capabilities of these incursions into our airspace and the airspace of breadth we accept action cartage and controlled if you will, anticipate of a action amphitheater breadth we accept aircraft operating.

Hopefully, we can get a bigger compassionate of what’s activity on here. These things assume to arise and accomplish afterwards impunity, both actuality in the United States and across breadth our adventurous men and women are in uniform, and hopefully we’ll be able to assuredly allotment it together.

KILMEADE: Luis, how do you know?

ELIZONDO: Well, because I was allotment of a affairs for about 10 years aback in The Pentagon alleged AATIP. I ran that affairs with several colleagues of mine, and it was an interagency alignment absolute abundant like this taskforce that you are seeing adapted now, that’s actuality proposed in this Bill.

KILMEADE: What’s the best arresting affair that we will get from it if the Senate Intelligence Committee gets what you know?

ELIZONDO: Well, I anticipate you’re activity to get — hopefully, you’re activity to get an characterless address and for the aboriginal time, boilerplate Americans are activity to get a adventitious to see the absolute aforementioned abstracts that has been apprenticed abroad and if you will in classified briefings and whatnot, and hopefully see the ablaze of day for once.

KILMEADE: Now, I accede myself an boilerplate American. Can you acquaint me what it says aback you were allotment of the unit?

ELIZONDO: Well, unfortunately, I am not active by the U.S. government anymore, and I am still apprenticed by my nondisclosure agreements, my NDAs, I still accept a aegis clearance. So that’s absolutely a chat that the U.S. government is activity to accept to have, the Executive Branch with the Legislative Branch, and afresh assuredly adjudge what they anticipate is adapted for the American people.

I anticipate what I can say is that that abstracts is absolute compelling, and aback you attending at these cartage and what they’re able to do, you absolute apprenticed apprehend that this is apparently not article in our own inventory.

KILMEADE: Luis Elizondo, acknowledgment so much. Can’t delay for it. We’ll accept you back.

ELIZONDO: Yes, sure. Thanks.

KILMEADE: I’ll ask Tucker to accept you back. Acknowledge you. Meanwhile, that’s it for our appearance tonight.

Tucker will be aback on Monday, but be abiding to analysis out Season 5 of my series, “What Fabricated America Great.” It debuts Sunday at 10 o’clock, but it’s activity to be actuality adapted on the Fox News featuring an central attending at the White House, 230 years young.


KILMEADE: Aback we allocution about abstruse to the White House, you’re about to accompany us to one of them.


KILMEADE: That absolute few bodies get to see. It’s not on the tour.


KILMEADE: Through here.


KILMEADE: Breadth are we now?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So you are beneath that arctic allotment of — that aboriginal abode breadth we started this bout and attractive arctic or south here, we’re absolutely seeing the bake marks of the blaze from 1814.

KILMEADE: So aback you attending at these bake marks, and you apperceive how abounding times this can be revamped, and you know, money is no object, why do you anticipate those bake marks are still here?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Well, it’s important to leave a beheld representation behind. It’s a admonition that this country has gone through adamantine times afore and we got through it. And we’re activity to go on to bigger and bigger things.


KILMEADE: It’s absolutely cool. I was fascinated. I achievement you will be, too and it ends with an account with the President of the United States about what actuality in the Oval Office in that architecture and active there agency to him.

It’ll be on Fox Nation alive adapted after, but it’s activity to be animate with you at 10 o’clock and afresh one o’clock in the morning Eastern Time. And I achievement you adore it. And I apperceive what the President feels like. It’s a absolute adapted abode acutely for him.

Meanwhile, acknowledgment so abundant for watching. Jason Chaffetz has taken a shower, put in in a aboriginal suit. He’s is bushing for Sean Hannity tonight. Accept to him and his affair music and his abundant hair.

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