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not translate into a special insight or wisdom and another, such as politics. maybe we should think about staying in our own lane. hopefully, most of the fans think for themselves. i am betting they do." i am betting they do too, too, dr. phil. thanks for being here. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on tonight. >> a bunch of mediocre negroes at a photoshop for donald trump's exploitive court. >> bill: now, any african-american talks to donald trump is being attacked. does he get any lower? we have our special report. >> using no corruption? >> none. >> there were some decisions. >> not even a smidgen of corruptions. >> bill: once again, i, your humble correspondent, will interview the president-elect on this super bowl sunday. we will tell you about it tonight. >> i am delivering a case graham for joni cunningham. >> bill: also, had come our conservative actors being
persecuted? we will talk to two of them. caution, you are about to enter the "no spin zone." "the factor" begins now. ♪ hi, i am bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. a super bowl interview with donald trump, that is the subject of this evening's a "talking points" memo. fox news, fox sports, and the trump transition unit announced today that on super bowl sunday, 4:00 p.m. eastern time, i, your humble correspondent, will interview the president. you may remember i did this back in 2014 with barack obama and it was very controversial. because i push the president on a number of issues including the terror attack at benghazi. >> your detractors believe that you did not tell the world there was a terror attack because your campaign didn't want that out. that is what they believed. >> and they believe it because folks like you are telling them.
>> i'm not telling them that. i am asking you whether you thought it was a terror attack. >> it was inaccurate. we revealed to the american people exactly what we understood at the time. >> bill: now, this time around, i expect to ask president trump a number of policy questions. but also, and this is intriguing to me, how he is processing his amazing achievement. a man with no political experience winning the most powerful office in the world. i see reflective at all? should be a very interesting conversation. i really appreciate fnc's confidence in me. now, with just three days to go before donald trump becomes the 45th president of united states, there is no controversy over his very being. new washington post "abc news" poll says that mr. trump's favorable rating will begin at just 40%, unfavorable, 54%. the lowest favorable number for an incoming president in modern times. trump tweeted, "the same people who did the phony election polls and were so wrong are now doing
the approval rating polls, they are rigged just like before." but be that as it may, it doesn't matter! it doesn't matter! when you strip it all down, there are only two things that will define donald trump. first, improving the economy by cutting taxes and creating job opportunities. second, marginalizing threats to our safety, whether it is isis, immigration, anarchy, are out of control murder in chicago. americans want to feel secure and they want to believe that they have a fair shot in the marketplace. donald trump's entire first-term rights and economic improvement and fulfilling campaign promises to stop out-of-control situations. if he does that, no polling will matter. no protest will matter. no pendants will matter. it is all about the economy and
security. coming up, president-elect trump has a tremendous opportunity to build a legacy based upon achievement. trump haters, the crazed ideologues and anti-american zealots will all fall by the wayside. if president trump can succeed in building prosperity. simple as that. and that is the memo. now, to the top story reaction, joining us from washington, lisa boothe. and juan williams. are you willing to give donald trump a choice to succeed? >> can i interrupt? congratulations! that is wonderful. you know what, i remember, '11 and '14, the good thing, you didn't let obama off the hook. a lot of people were watching. i think this is great. i think you are not going to let trump off the hook. >> bill: there is no hook. i have my questions, totally unique situation because of his unbelievable achievement to get there, i am not telling anybody what i'm going to ask.
you will not be bored! >> i am never bored with you. i am saying, the interesting thing is, bring him into the "no spin zone" and hold him accountable. ask him questions. >> bill: that's what i did my campaign. >> i like it and i don't want you to change on that. >> bill: don't worry, i'm not changing. i want to give him a chance. >> i'm an american. if america does well, my family does well, bill. so, i want to donald trump, my president to do well. >> bill: you have to be honest now on this question. if you weren't juan williams, the megastar, on the most powerful news network in the world, if you weren't juan williams the megastar, just juan williams, say you are a house painter, would you be out there protesting the inauguration? >> i might become a "yes." >> bill: you might be? for what reason? >> because of the provocative link which that he is used in regards to women, his language and his attitude. the fact, -- >> bill: are you don't like before you are seeing what he is doing you would protest?
>> i saw that he was doing in the campaign. >> bill: you'll be protesting his behavior in the campaign. lisa boothe, i know you would be protesting if you are at a mega star. when you hear someone like want to say, look, i didn't like the way donald trump conducted himself during the campaign, so, even though he won fair and square, i'm going to be out there with a little sign. what goes through your mind? >> i say, go for it. you have the first amendment right to free speech, to protest in that manner. to your earlier point, bill, i think that donald trump, his political fortunes and his future rest on his ability to accomplish things in his first term. i fundamentally agree with you on that point. lowe, president obama was able to get by on his charisma alone because he certainly did not achieve much throughout his presidency, even when he ran again and 2012, he didn't have a lot to hang his head on as far y in regards to the economy. i don't think that donald trump, president-elect trump, is going to be afforded the same deviancy
as we have seen from the media. >> bill: he's not. >> or voters, as well. donald trump ran a someone who's going to get things done, rebuild the economy and get it he's got to get it done. >> bill: that's an astute observation you are making. okay, president barack obama led to the league and getting caught slacks. he led the league, nobody has ever gotten caught more slack than he did. donald trump is not getting cut any slack. he is got to be right out of the gate saying, okay, tomorrow, we have an investigation about what executive orders we can expect them to sign next week. now, juan, if you are a guy who resents trump's demeanor, without be accurate? then, how can you cover him fairly? you are going in with his big negative. how can you be fair, as an analyst come about donald trump if you already resent him? >> i don't resent him. you said -- him, i find him likable. it's the demeanor. >> bill: you can separate him from his demeanor? >> of course.
people act different ways at different times. in fact, one of my great hopes that he will act more presidential. i think you need last meryl streep, les getting in arguments about arnold schwarzenegger's ratings, and vaccines, and -- i think for middle-of-the-road voters, you mentioned the poll numbers not being so good, the minute he does well with the economy, if he makes -- >> bill: he will be at 60. >> i think the independents, who right now are legging by, we'll come ahead. if you can get the middle of the road -- >> bill: all right, lisa, last road, 40 seconds. go. >> as much as i love it juan come i think it is misguided, he is not donald trump's audience if he is never going to win someone over like a juan. what he needs to be looking at is this working class democrats, democrats who have seen their jobs sent overseas, those are people he needs to appeal to, the ones that he wasn't able to won over when he is looking out at 2020. he needs to be looking at bringing in more independence, though soft democrats, not to the left leaning democrats like juan, even though i love you,
juan. juan is not going to be won over by president-elect trump. >> he has the opportunity with a middle-of-the-road, >> bill: i am very confused. why would you love juan? for what reason? [laughter] is there any reason? i don't know. next on the rundown, a terrible statement by marc lamont hill that denigrates people of color. then, the inauguration protest, the boys have some tips for the protesters. "the factor" is coming right back. ♪ use dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief
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♪ >> bill: "impact segment" tonight, more than 51 democratic house members will not show up to the inauguration on friday. now, there is pressure being put upon folks not to even talk to president-elect trump. as you may know, some favored african-americans have visited mr. trump in new york city. now, they are being insulted. >> i love steve harvey and i have respect for steve harvey and i think his intentions were accurate or appropriate, rather. but my disagreement is the way in which he is being used by folks like donald trump. you don't know what happened, first of all, dr. darrell scott, michael kevin, they are in a process of bringing all types of people from all over the country from all different backgrounds, like we have, remember the diversity coalition, we reach out to all types -- negroes being dragged in front of a camera. >> bill: "mediocre negroes"? that is pretty nasty, is it not? i think dr. hellos bob johnson, martin luther king the third, and even kanye west an apology. there is no right to brand any american mediocre. yesterday, on his espn program, stephen a smith said this. >> has anyone thought about what
impact it could have if trump spoke to lebron james? how about steph curry? how about mike tomlin? chris paul? adam jones of the baltimore orioles? a host of conscientious sports figures connected communities, committing to health helping inner cities. what then? will they'll be sellouts, too? customer meeting with a man? for expressing their concerns? for articulating what ails these communities? the answer would be no. at least for anyone with sense. >> bill: joining us now from bristol, connecticut, a stephen a smith. what do you think is behind the attitude, he is not able, if you associate with donald trump, if you speak for the man, then, you should be demonized. what he think is behind that? >> it is a level of disgust when you see african-americans go and see donald trump and then, they come out and they say, jim brown, i am in love with a man, steve harvey, i love the man, the love what they are hearing from him, what you have a still
a residue of individuals that watch donald trump during the election and just report off with what juan williams alluded to in your earlier segment. just some of the rhetoric that he was spewing, the discomfort that is ultimately provoked. you are saying, let's not forget about that. it is one thing to meet with him. it is another thing to depart from that meeting, swearing that suddenly you love the man, when clearly, that wasn't the case while he was running. >> bill: wait a minute. wait, wait, wait. isn't it a hallmark of our republic and our freedoms that we can have opinions, differing opinions, about individuals? so, if jim brown, i'm who i'm sure you are respect, saying, i love donald trump, why should we run him down for that opinion? you may not like donald trump, and that is fine. i mean, i don't have a problem with that. but if somebody does say they like him, why call them a
mediocre negro? that is just vicious. >> bill o'reilly, sorry to get on you on your own show, sir, that is a different question. >> bill: that is a follow-up question, mr. smith. people have a right to form their judgments about individuals and they shouldn't be demonized for doing it. >> well, i definitely agree with you from a standpoint that we don't need to be castigating individuals and talking down on them, like on many, many occasions, if you are an african-american and you side with the g.o.p. on any issue, you have a plethora of individuals from our community that are quick to call you a sellout and a [bleep] and other incendiary wars. there is no excuse for that. i'm not about to make it. i know lamont held very, very well. he is intelligent. >> bill: he was on this program -- he was nothing until he was on this program. he was the fastest talking individual i have never seen in my life. if you would have never said
that on "the factor," he would have never said that. >> listen, what i'm saying to you is this, he is highly intelligent, i disagree with what said, i disagree and how he termed things. i thought it was very insulting and very disrespectful to individuals from our community who happened to me with the president. more importantly, i don't think any of us who made with the president, the president-elect, soon to be president, should be castigated for meeting with amanda talking to him about things. >> bill: of donald trump is insincere -- if he is sincere -- and he wants to help bring jobs to the intercity tells, and he is speaking to black people who have influence, who might be able to bring an open mind, so that people would actually listen to the message that mr. trump may have, that is a good thing. but here is something else. i like barack obama as a person. all right? i mean, he did some very good kindnesses to my kids. i like him. and when i said that a couple of times on the show, i got mail.
this is the same thing that hill did from the far right, going, how could you like that communist, or whatever, like that. it is not just marc lamont hill and the crazy left. it is just crazy people in general. i think people like you and me have to speak out against this and say, enough. enough. >> hold on, let me interject. because that is what we are doing. and you have to understand and respect, just like you are willing to acknowledge, you would like president barack obama and you appreciate what he is as a man, you do have people like you said, on the far right, who hate everything abou. at some members of the right, do you like the tie he wears? i mean, you complain about everything when it comes to it -- that is not bill o'reilly. but bill o'reilly communicates with people every day who disseminates that kind of vitriol toward our president at the time. so, when you have a guy that is now the president-elect that, during the campaign and clearly
he was campaigning, and trying to garner both, and catering to a segment of our society, to some degree, that made african-americans are comfortable, it's something folks want every african-american to remember when they go and meet with this man, so, even if you meet with him, you don't depart from him saying, "i love him." but love him? >> bill: jim brown wants to give trump a little love, i have no problem with that. all right? i don't have any problem with meryl streep wanting to give president obama a little love. i don't have any problem with individual decisions. and i think that is the theme of the segment. it is always good to talk to you, stephen. >> you know how you can be. come on now. >> bill: i am the sweetest guy. i am so misunderstood. >> [laughs] that is your story, stick to it. go ahead. >> bill: directly had come a massive security at the inauguration. some violent protesters promise to disrupt things. we will tell you what we know. then, a brand-new segment called
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♪ >> bill: on friday, there'll be more than 28,000 security people spread out all across washington, d.c. reason for that massive display as protesters. some of whom are promising unlawful conduct. joining us now from palm beach florida, dan bongino, former secret service agent who actually predicted president obama during the 2009 inauguration. mr. bongino, let's start with a general question. security on inauguration day is a very difficult process, correct? but on friday, and is probably going to be the most difficult because we have so many people coming into protest. >> yeah, absolutely, bill.
this is the super bowl for both federal, state, local law enforcement officials in the d.c. area. anyone who has gone and a shield and has law enforcement power is going to touch this event somehow. one more thing to keep in mind, bill, with the inauguration you still have a major city to police in washington, d.c. yes, this is the super bowl of security and it is a big, big deal for the secret service. >> bill: tell us about your experience with president obama. what was your role and what did you do? >> i was in charge of the three block area. i see you playing now the footage of barack obama out waving. that was my zone. in conjunction with the washington field office agents, i was responsible for developing the tactical plan, the medical plan, the cam biological plan, mitigation plan for explosives,e three block area. for obvious reasons, the three block area was very sensitive because he was out of the car. i mean, that car is like a rolling tank. when he is going to get out and wave, all of your senses have to be on high alert. you have to have a 360-degree
sphere of protection following him everywhere. it took a really, really long time to plan. we are talking years here. soup to nuts, bill. >> bill: do get people out of the buildings because trump and pence are going to walk, so the, so, there are buildings. they are flanking pennsylvania avenue on the other streets they are going to use. do you evacuate everybody out of the building's? >> that's a good question. few people have asked me that. what they do, they cordon off the entire area, not just pennsylvania avenue but the parallel streets out. what we do is we put up really large fencing, seven, 8 feet tall. so, anybody who comes into that his own, into the buildings, whatever, if you go into that building, you are going to be screened for explosives, for metal, for weapons, for any kind of ammunition, anything. so, the way they do it, they clean the area out, you clean it, you sweep it for explosives and weapons to make sure there is nothing planted there in
advance, and then, you posted with agents, and anyone who comes back in has to be clean. so, cleanness, sweep command post. then, the buildings, you don't have to worry at that point, because anyone in that zone is clean. >> bill: in the morning of the inauguration, anyone entering the buildings will be searched. >> oh, absolutely. bill, you are not getting anywhere near that zone. anywhere within a weapons range of the president, soon to be president trump, and fights vice president pence, you are getting nowhere near without getting through a medical detector. so, the security agencies are there right now, as we speak, te parade route, okay, what are they doing now? >> right now, they are walking down the street, and they are worried right now about what i called the big six. you are walking on the street, taking the path president-elect trump is going to take, and you are looking for tactical threats, where can people hide, popped out of buildings with rifles and hit us?
you are looking for a medical emergency evacuation routes. got for but you have a heart attack. how do you get them out of your? 250,000 people, how to get through the crowd? how do you hide explosions? are there drones? is there a threat from reagan airport? finally, you are looking for other things. is there piping underneath the street like a burst? is there potential for a fire? those are your big six threats. there are walking on the street right now, going through the buildings, thinking of an a-z plan to mitigate all of those big six plants. >> bill: they are sweeping the root, looking underground, looking above ground, they are doing all of these things. one final thing, the terrorist weapon of choice now in europe seems to be trucks and vehicles smashing through, exploding, and all of that. how do you stop that? >> yeah, this is a really big deal. we are taking the new york city model, the nypd has uses model for years at the u.n. you just get a bunch of big trucks, you fill them with really heavy things, like sand,
and really, they are immovable objects. you can drive a truck into the event but you are just going to hit another truck. >> bill: you line them up and certain strategic points so that nobody can get through them, the barrier? >> exactly. if you need a regress route, you just slant them so you can't get a high speed access route, you have to make like a slalom. there is no way to get in at high speed. >> bill: all right, mr. bongino, thank you for your service. we appreciate it. it was an excellent segment. plenty more had "the factor" moves the heads. we will talk with two conservative entertainers, scott baio and joe piscopo. do they feel threatened in the current environment? later, gutfeld and mcguirk have some thoughts about protesting the inauguration. reports. now i'm on the path to better blood sugar control. toujeo® is a long-acting insulin from the makers of lantus®. it releases slowly, providing consistent insulin levels for a full 24 hours,
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i'm not even on the waitlist. no one cares. i can say what i want when i want to create a >> bill: do you think, though, because you are not a liberal man, i think you have change to being an independent registered, right? >> gas. >> bill: do you think that people are suspect of you, old friends for example? >> you know, that is a great question. somebody treated me, joe, what are you doing? i think that was in relation to my political beliefs. just a little bit. we were not too much? how about you, scott, you are in the middle of the shark pool out there. you are very outspoken conservative guy. has it hurt you? >> i don't think it is hurt me so much. first of all, i want to say, bill, thanks for having me back on. second of all, what an honor to be on the same screen as joe piscopo. truly. big van, i really am. i don't think so. i have been conservative my whole life. when people have known it. so, i don't think i have gotten onto much blowback until recently, because of my strong
support for the president-elect. >> bill: how to manifest itself? you were outspoken about liking donald trump. how did the blowback manifest itself? >> of course, on social media, which i really don't care, but i was at a school event for my daughter where a woman accosted me and some bad stuff happened, bill, and i can't really talk about it because there is a pending police investigation. >> bill: it was that bad? >> it was that bad. it was bad enough where i was actually, i was afraid for my safety and afraid for the safety of my kid. my kid -- i have a 9-year-old daughter. so, it got pretty weird. so, that is what happens. >> bill: that's a shame. that's too bad. you don't think you've lost jobs or anything because of it? >> i haven't really been looking for anything. i finished a series about three years ago and ever really want to do anything. >> bill: that's a good one. >> i'm sure it happens. >> bill: dennis miller, you
know miller. >> you guys are great together. >> bill: he is a saturday night alone mike you are. now, when he changed from being this while the liberal guy doing the "weekend update" to i wouldn't say conservative socially, he isn't, but he is much more traditional than he used to be. he lost some friends. >> wow. not happen to me at all. sold out, talkfact, on my radio radio, the station you were on at one time, you know, people -- i just do personal appearances. i was just on the "star trek" cruise with william shatner. >> bill: "star trek" crews? there i don't think you're going to run into trouble. >> they were great. it was a lovefest. i stepped on stage, we did two live shows, i said, donald trump is going to be great, we will make america great again. all these liberals are applause, applause. they loved it. the vitriol has got to be put aside. they hate it got to be put aside. >> bill: i am glad that you are not targeted. i did hear about scott's
incident and that could never, ever happened. with this inauguration stuff, you guys are both invited, you would have performed, right? you would have done our sinatra? >> where my performing mr. o'reilly? i am doing my sinatra for the new jersey ball. i'm not invited to the inside. i will be down there and singing "new york, new york" to my new york and new jersey constituents. >> bill: scott, if you were invited to do a little imitation of whatever, you would go, right? >> i certainly would not demean the inauguration. >> bill: i got one more question, just occurred to me, ron howard is a big liberal guy, you know, richie, and you were a little younger than him. did you guys talk politics and "happy days"? were you going added? beco [laughs] no. but i can beat him in basketball. so, it was pretty much -- that's how we settled everything. >> bill: all right. and henry winkler wouldn't allow
that anyway. gentlemen, thank you very much. i appreciate it. we come right back. brand-new segment called "law & order." the wife of the terrorist omar martin being charged and that orlando nightclub massacre. an interesting story. also, gutfeld and mcguirk on crazy protesters in d.c. "the factor" is coming right back. i have the worst cold with this runny nose.
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>> announcer: "the o'reilly factor," the number one cable news show for 16 years and counting. >> bill: things are staying with us, this evening, we begin a new segment called "law & order." where have i heard that before? all right, nbc, sue us. each week, we both analyze interesting criminal cases throughout the usa. we begin with a report on the chicago. former chicago police superintendent gary mccarthy on the contributing factor podcast disputes that. >> department of justice comes to chicago and says, you are disproportionately stopping african-americans. and you should be stopping them based upon the population demographics, which is preposterous. if you respond to crime data, you are considered racist. if you don't respond to it, people die. what are the police supposed to
do? >> bill: no, you can hear that entire interview on billoreilly.com or itunes. with us now, the law and order correspondence, eboni williams and kimberly guilfoyle. the point that, he lost his job, superintendent mccarthy was fired after that terrible shooting in chicago, where an unarmed black youth was gunned down and the police officer was charged with murder. that kind of spiraled into the chaos that chicago has now. so, if you are police commissioner, what orders would you give your people? >> i will tell you, the prosecutor in los angeles, i have seen up close and personal come a lot of times with police department working to try to figure out ways to actively reduce crime in neighborhoods that are struggling. what you need to do is stop and frisk. what you saw in chicago, one of the things i would do, yes, you have the power the police department to do their job and follow the laws. instead, they have been labeled racist. >> bill: the justice department says the stop and frisk in chicago were at random,
not disciplined discipline to d frisk, and they were off to the guys up. they were frisking, they were too harsh on them. you believe that just as apartment? >> i don't wholeheartedly or accept the justice department to report. what you have seen with loretta lynch and hold her in the justice department in the past, they have used the racist attacks to make allegations against police departments. >> bill: politicize. >> correct. across this country. they rush to get this report on come up with the fact of the matter is, arrests and stops are down and murders are out. 57% over the past year. >> bill: here's another stat for you, eboni. in the last five year. matt, studied in chicago, whites committed 4% of the murders. 4% over a five-year period max. so, they are saying, rahm emanuel and the liberal hierarchy of chicago, you have to stop proportionately whites and blacks and hispanics.
i mean, come on. that is -- >> that is ridiculous. rahm emanuel is the king of -- you don't stop based on data. you stop -- we have constitutional requirements around this. we have supreme court precedent. ohio gives us our guidelines. as has come you stop people, bill cable , we may demonstrate something that is reasonable and suspicious. thank you. >> bill: but it doesn't matter what color they are, right? if you have ten black people on the street corner at 4:00 a.m., all right, and it looks like they are doing a drug transaction, the police can go over and stop and frisk all ten and they don't have to stop ten white people to balance it according to the supreme court, right? >> it should be colorblind. just as is colorblind. if i'm going to look, and i see a car that has got plates that are wrong or missing plates or windows are broken or lights aren't working, i have a reasonable ability to be able to do a stop, conducted, then, if i see a weapon or something, then.
i shouldn't be based on race. >> it should never be based on race. kimberly is making the point, it is true. i believe officers can do their job, i believe they don't have to be beholden to data and statistics. >> bill: that is happening and chicago. everything has gone to a halt except for the murders, which are going up. >> 75% black and african-american community and hispanic is 20% and whites, you pointed out, is 4. that is reality. >> bill: i only have 30 seconds. noor salman, the wife of omar mateen, who shot up the nightclub, the terrorist who said that isis asked him to do it, she has been charge, i'm not spies, are you? >> i'm not surprised. when you aid ate aid and abet d provide materials -- speed when she was driving around with him to buy guns. >> she said she was too innocent to buy a fly. tell that to the 49 people who were dead. she was actively involved in this. she is looking at a life top and she should. >> bill: why did it take so long, eboni? >> took so long, bill, i said, they absently knew where this
woman was. they had eyes on her, they wanted to operate in secrecy, and i'm glad they got it. >> bill: ladies, thank you very much. "law & order" ." gutfeld and mcguirk on deck. they have some tips for the protesters. the boys, moments away. ♪ ow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
♪ >> bill: "back of the book segment," what the heck just happened? protesting the inauguration. there is no question, there will be many crazies out about and do you see on friday. some of them desperately need guidance. so, we asked for guidance counselors, gutfeld and mcguirk. gutfeld, tip number one. >> go or go home.
if you are out to get press, take a leap out of peter's book. get the best looking one, get them out there, that will win. also, no sit ins unless they are in oceans. you want to take a risk. if you are going to chain yourself, don't train yourself to a tree, train yourself to a drawbridge, that will be fun or exciting. create a little bit of a risk. if you are going to protest, make sure you get paid for it. they are repairing you to doing it. >> bill: do you believe that story? there is a story out there, we didn't cover it because we can't confirm it, there is a crew that is offering people money to go to washington to protest trump. we are not that is true or not. you believe pretty much anything. >> it was the back page, i have been reading it for years. >> bill: i don't know what that is. >> serious protesters, they self emulate, it means you mean what you are doing, you have conviction. to be what you want to do the vietnam protest? >> site yourself on fire, really send a message. seriously, go home, get a job,
look for a job, stop whining, grow up, get over it. also, learn something. read the constitution or go see "hamilton." learn about the electoral college, the peaceful transfer of power. it seems like the only time the left get upset is when white working house voters get their place and they vote for the republican. >> bill: you don't respect this protest? >> of course not. it is stupid. >> bill: it stupid? >> this day is sacred. this is inauguration day. at sacred. it's not a day for political bickering or any of that type of stuff. it is supposed to be we wake up together, greater minds and i have said this on your show, it is supposed to be when people come together, the day before, the day after, located protest. but now, by the way, don't smoke the weed that they are handing out. they had this big protest on there, they are handing out joints to people. you'll end up losing your phone, your wallet, he will sleep and union station at next to some scary homeless people. you will miss the bus. don't take the lead, either. >> you know who the real winners are? the families of the activist.
they will get a weekend without being around the most annoying people on the planet. i don't understand why they call them demonstrators are demonstrated students. what are they demonstrating? how to save on soap? i don't understand it. no children ever elected a protester or an activist and said, mommy, i want to be like that. activist is the opposite of astronaut. >> i think that the authoritiese protesters fairly far away from any of the festivities. i hear that the closest they can get as manassas, virginia. [laughter] on the northern side, laurel, maryland, is about as close as they will let them get to. a lot of these people, they will get there, then, they will be directed to places that, you know, some stockyard, where the potomac river is right there. if you want, you can take a bath, they were it is. >> i don't get the point prior to starting with miley cyrus crying on instagram and it ends with this congressman lewis of these people protesting down there in washington, d.c. >> bill: he's not even going. he staying in georgia. >> he is throwing a ted, a pan
drum. perpetuating hatred and divisiveness. >> bill: i respect protest, as you know. if they want to protest peacefully, i have no beef with it. you are right, everybody is right. this is about the peaceful transference of power, not about personalities. gentlemen, thanks very much. we appreciate it. "the factor," "tip of the day," another example of unfair behavior by the crazy left. if we need another example. this one, he will be interested in. "the tip" moments away, as "the factor" continues all across the usa, all around the world. ♪
of peaceful power. about $60,000 raised so far. the gulf on the account is amazing. i didn't do it, robert, the folks did it. i am a messenger. they become hateful when they lose. i disagree, john. the reason that presidents reagan and bush did not openly fight back against their critics most of the time, trump does. that anchors them even more.
not entirely accurate. the black caucus lobbies for american issues, but members fulfill other congressional duties as well. i don't know him, but from my vantage point, he is an ardent democrat who does not consider opposing views with any serious we are definitely looking outfou both offenders for theunithesecn