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Producers' Pick | Julie Banderas: Woke Brigade is Coming for Comedians

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May 7, 2022 12:00 am

Producers' Pick | Julie Banderas: Woke Brigade is Coming for Comedians

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May 7, 2022 12:00 am

Fox News Anchor and self-described "wine mom" Julie Banderas reacts to the wave of physical attacks on comedians.

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Talking about getting on stage. And now you really have to reevaluate everything. And you heard his reasoning why.

I played you Howard Stern before. And a lot of it came down to when Tyrus said the same thing last night. The reaction at the Oscars, almost as important as the slap.

Because when he was able to go back Will Smith and sit in a seat, get an award and a standing ovation, it was the go sign to loonies like the 23-year-old that jumped on the stage with Dave Chappelle. Now I feel like I made a lot of sense. But Julie Banderas has been listening to me in studio.

You've seen her on Fox Nation. Julie, do I make as much sense as I thought in that evaluation? I agree. For once.

You actually just made sense for the first time ever. It's been a while. Yeah. So I felt good about it.

But what do you think of significance over the weekend? I think that if you're going to go after Dave Chappelle, one of the top three comedians, him and Chris Rock and maybe Kevin Hart and Jerry Seinfeld, the top in the country, we're all open game then. Yeah. I mean, I think this is a sad state of affairs for comedy in America because, I mean, nobody, first of all, the woke brigade, if you want to call them that, have completely destroyed comedy. Chris Rock, he was just the beginning, right? But, you know, the double standard between Dave Chappelle getting attacked on stage and Will Smith going up there and slapping him. So I guess if you're going to attack a comedian, you have to be a celebrity and then you get away with it. But the Dave Chappelle thing, listen, that guy, I talked about this yesterday on Outnumbered, he had it coming. The woke brigade is coming out against comedians if they don't like what they're joking about. And the reason why the woke brigade has been so upset with Dave Chappelle was because he made some jokes, some trans jokes on his Netflix special. We don't know the exact motive as to why this guy jumped up, but it seems to me that perhaps it's a bit linked.

Yeah. I mean, evidently he's an aspiring rapper that wrote a song about Dave Chappelle, was going to do something and didn't show up or whatever. He seems to be a 23-year-old loser who has to live with his brother and neighbors were saying there's a constant arguing. But what about this mindset of a guy that would have a gun, but it's not a gun, it's a knife. A fake gun, a replica with a knife attached to it. I took to the sheriff and the sheriff says there's metal detectors at the Hollywood Bowl. How did they not pick that up? I know.

It's amazing. Like they took, they confiscated people's phones, okay, so you weren't allowed to walk in there with cell phones, but yet you get in there with a knife. Right. You know, I mean, Will Smith, he got in there with his fists and I don't think there's any metal detectors to prevent you from walking in with your hands. But I mean, this is disgusting.

It's absolutely unacceptable. And Dave Chappelle actually had to hire extra security. I don't know if you know about this. No, I didn't know that.

There has been an uprising, okay? The woke brigade is really upset with him over his jokes, trans jokes. You know, you can make jokes about anybody when you're a comedian.

As far as I'm concerned, everything is fair game. They make fun of themselves. He has self-deprecating humor.

That's what comedians do. But, you know, I mean, for him to walk into that place, he had extra security on the stage, fortunately. So that's why they came in from both sides. He had security on both sides.

Well, Tyrus, who's my in with the bodyguard community, I think he's Fox's in. But he was saying that they would never have gotten to him if he was in charge of security. Well, he said that there wasn't enough. Yeah, I heard him say that yesterday. Even though it's a huge stage.

He thinks that there should have been enough. He said that that guy should have never been able to reach him on the stage. You know, no offense, I'm glad Jamie Foxx was there. But the second guy, the first guy in can't be your other, your comedian friend. I know.

Right? Unless, you know, Jamie Foxx is jumping in there. And his explanation was, well, he's very talented. He's a genius.

I wanted to protect him. I love Jamie Foxx. And he is a, can I say badass? Well, I just did. Yeah.

But no, yeah, he, I mean, Jamie Foxx is awesome. But it's pretty pathetic that actually another comedian had to run in and actually got there at around the same time as the security guys. Yeah, I was just saying that for us personally, you know, just in Manhattan, especially where everyone's nuts, no matter what your job is, you don't really feel as safe as you used to. No. But I still use the subway. Do you really?

Brian, I don't think you should be riding the subway. I tell everybody that I care about. So that means that you've just entered my circle of, very small circle of people I care about. That you use the subway? Yeah. No, I just know that I care about. Oh, that you care about. Yeah, huh?

Yep, that's right. But I honestly don't think that the subway is safe. There is crime that goes on every day. I'm friends with police officers, a lot of NYPD sources, and there is crime every single day. Only half of it gets reported. The stabbings, the murders, those get reported.

There are muggings every single day on the subway. All right, I'm going to take that. Please stop. And you're freaking on-air personality.

Like, who do you think you are? You're not Mayor de Blasio and Mike Bloomberg. Do you ride your bike to work, too? No, I don't. Like Bloomberg?

No, I don't. But did Bloomberg... Well, he did. He rode the subway.

He rode the subway, but he also, you know, because the city bikes, they were trying to promote exercise. But I'm just saying, for your own safety, I don't think it's safe. But having said that, now, when you get out of the car on 48th Street, 6th Avenue, they meet you at the door and they walk you to the door. Our security. Yes, and they like to walk us out, too.

All right. On another note, you talk about dangerous, it's Ukraine, right? So I'm fascinated by the report yesterday that said the Pentagon cannot quite figure out why the Russian advance is so tepid. Are they running out of ammo?

Is it bad leadership? Do they have something else in plan? Do they want to use tactical nukes? They're not going to need the force, an intensive force there? Because in the east, they're being pushed out of Kharkiv. They are suddenly in a major rush to have a corridor to empty that steel mill in Mariupol to maybe take on the fighters that have left. And or they could be a flat out disaster inside. They have no idea what to do. They can't motivate their guys moving forward.

So this is a very it's a very trying time there. Yeah, I mean, I don't think Russia had any idea what they were going to be up against. I also don't think that the that Vladimir Putin has been actually informed by his generals. I think they're out of fear of how badly they're doing out there. I don't know if he actually knows how badly they're not that they're doing. The European Union is proposing that they, you know, put a ban on on Russian oil. That's those are the kind of threats that I'm hoping that the Kremlin finally starts to think maybe maybe this was a mistake.

So, Julie, this is either he's out of his mind and the cancer surgery is going to have is a brain tumor because the thing he has to finance his war is oil and gas. What did he do to Bulgaria and Poland? Said, yeah, I'm cutting you off. Really?

Cut me off. So they have quickly been backed up by France, the Congo and other places, Algeria. And then he said, we're going to start revisiting all of Europe.

OK, that's how you get money. So Italy's going to they have the best relationship with Algeria. They're going to Africa, the UAE. They're going to Saudi Arabia. They're scared that Germany's doing the same thing.

They're down to using instead of 56 percent down to 34 percent. OK, we could play a huge role in there. We can create our own pipeline through Europe and have I forgot what they call the LNG facility would be a refinery somewhere.

We can offload the natural gas that we have. But once this is done. They'll have China, India and some markets, but they are going to be we're going to fight once I learn to live without you. I'm not going back to you. You lost your leverage once you broke up with me.

They broke up. Yeah. Now, Russia is going to suffer so badly after all of this. I'm absolutely right, because these countries are going to figure out a way to sustain energy and oil without Russia's help. So when this is all said and done, we're not going to you're absolutely right.

Russia is going to be a nasty ex-boyfriend that we're never going to turn back and look at ever. Right. With me would be girlfriend. Girlfriend.

That's not that I would judge. All right. Right.

I just want to play out the scenario as if I if it actually happened. Here's Mike Pompeo last night on primetime with me talking about what is going on, because Pompeo says he's reaching elsewhere for people. Cut 32. Any time they're able to bring in reinforcements, especially reinforcements like the Wagner Group to your point, Brian, these are just paid assassins. We dealt with them. We took a bunch of them out one night in Syria, but they caused trouble in Libya. They caused trouble in Syria. They've got trouble in lots of places around the world. They're pretty, pretty capable. Some of these units and they are fierce folks working for a paycheck. The Belarusians will be probably second tier compared to even the Russian military.

But numbers matter. And my guess is that Vladimir Putin has concluded that he's lost a lot of folks and he's looking for more dry wood to throw on the fire. He's just looking for a volume to try and reinforce his effort. He is not going to slow down, Brian. His efforts are going to be doubled down upon. No reason to think otherwise. Yeah. Rolled the Chechny into getting Syrian from the Middle East, Syrians from the Middle East.

Now, this is because I find fascinating. Julie Belarus is an ally because what's his name sold his soul to keep his position. But there's only five percent of the Belarus population support Russia in this war. Now they're training the army and the army is going to be told to go into Ukraine. How do you tell a bunch of men, I'm sure there's no women, a bunch of men to go invade a country that they don't want to? I mean, a lot of the Russian soldiers don't, in fact, support this war either. And there's a lot of nasty ones there, too.

But there are a lot that don't support this. So, you know, you can only go so far when you're losing a war. And I mean, technically speaking, Russia is not losing because if you look at the number of deaths, there are more Ukrainians that have died than Russians. But nonetheless, this is not a war that has been won by a long slide, right? I mean, Putin thought that this war was going to be won in a few days.

He thought he was going to go in there and within a week this was going to be done. So now he's realizing he's not only destroying his own country and Ukraine, but he's dragging other countries in it. And when they do go in, if the Chechnyans and the others go in and they don't know what the hell they're doing there, they're going to back out and they're going to turn their backs on Russia, too.

All they're doing is alienating themselves. I say, you know, keep it up and at one point Russia is going to sink. And lastly, this is Griff Jenkins had a sit down with Vladimir Zelensky.

And I like this message to end our war talk. Cut 30. Tell me how this ends.

Did he put them all on? Only with victory. We have no way out.

Right. And the Donbass, they're actually pushing them back. Can you imagine if Russia leaves with less than they started, along with the loss of 25,000 men. And we were told that when 25,000 died, it's three to one, they're wounded. So think 75,000 wounded. And let alone the aura of this big Russian bear being blown up.

And to find out that they can't even get tanks that work. Donbass is basically hanging in the balance. And I think that is going to be a critical point for both.

I lied. I have one more point to bring up. Are you in the camp that is worried about our increasing role there? For example, what came out today is that we are supplying the intelligence to allow them to kill between 12 and 20 of their generals. Are you of the camp that worries you that we're amping up the level of equipment we're getting there? Because I'm not. I'm fine with it. I do want Russia diminished and defamed because this will be a problem in four years.

Because they'll use their real money and build themselves up the right way this time. Where do you stand? Okay, so I stand in the middle. So I don't believe that US soldiers or our military should be on the ground there whatsoever. I don't want boots on the ground in Ukraine because that truly could start a World War III. But I do believe that US should back them up with military.

I believe that if we could have sent over some fighter planes, fighter jets over there, I would have gone for that, absolutely. And then I also think that our support of the war, for example, when the Ukrainian president was asking for the European Union to close the airspace over Ukraine. Was it the European Union that they were asking to close the airspace? No, Zelensky was asking us. They were asking the United States to close the air... Basically, I know that a lot of military officials say that that would have been an act of war on our part.

I would have liked to have seen that happen. I actually was of the mindset that yes, I think we should close the airspace over Ukraine. But if they had shot one of our planes down, then we're in a war.

That's exactly what you didn't want, right? Right. So the other thing I would say is that they brought... I don't have the numbers with me, but if you look back at Vietnam and Korea, the Russians put, gave thousands to the North Koreans planes and tanks. Same thing with the North Vietnam.

Without it, they made it very blatant. They were training in Russia, come right across, training in Russia, go over to Vietnam. And that's the reason why we're gummed up there. Yeah, we protested, but they dealt with it.

And maybe they got what they wanted. There is no South Vietnam, but there is a South Korea. Listen, Julie's going to stick around.

Julie's also going to be on The Weekend Show on One Nation. You can't back out now. Oh, of course. I'm staying in town just for you. Because I live two hours away. You do live two hours away. No, I really do. Yeah, no, I'm staying overnight in New York City. I'm excited.

She's a boater with a tan. I was just in Miami, so that's why I'm so dark. You cheated on us here in New York. I'm sorry. I had to.

Miami Beach is like my place now. I understand. We'll talk about it in the break.

Back in a moment. The more you listen, the more you'll know. It's Brian Kilmeade. Sarah Palin is running in a special election to fill Alaska's empty congressional house seat. But she faces a formidable opponent with lots of name awareness. This is completely true. She is running against Santa Claus. I mean, how does this even play out? Even if you win, what do you say? Yeah, absolutely destroyed Santa Claus.

This is true. Santa Claus is pretty liberal. He supports Bernie Sanders and champions child welfare, although technically it does depend on whether the child has been naughty or nice. That is James Corden who's going to be hitting the road. He's quitting. Do you ever watch him? I love him. I love him. He's leaving. This will be his last year. I can't believe it. Why? I think he's bored.

Go into acting? I think he's bored. Number one, those late night shows don't have the prestige they used to. Right.

And he might be thinking to myself, you know, why am I doing this? The ratings aren't great. I mean, if you look at Stephen Colbert, he gets about a one, two, one, four. He should go on HBO or something like that instead. Right. Like a show like that where it's like paid subscriptions.

They could break in more viewers probably. Right. The problem with him is he has this problem and I think you're the same thing. You sing, you dance.

He's so talented, isn't he? Right. So that's just it.

So he feels as though this is not playing at all. It makes me wonder if there's more to know. More to know. All right.

I'll go first, all right? That's a snazzy intro. I did not see that coming.

Sorry about that. I should have warned you during rehearsal. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announces 14 new inductees. Tell me who you think does not belong. Pat Benatar. Duran Duran. Eminem. It's rock and roll.

Should this be music? Dolly Parton, first time nominee. She even said she doesn't belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Lionel Richie. Carly Simon. Dolly Parton does not belong. I mean, she's- She even said she doesn't belong. She's a country music singer.

Exactly. She's not in rock and roll. A musical excellence award. Judas Priest. Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. The category honors non-performing industry officials who have made a difference in influence. Neither of those have made any difference in my life, nor have they influenced me in the slightest. Early influence awards.

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I actually don't even know who the hell they are. You go. Okay. Struggling to find a Mother's Day gift. A new poll reveals the best present to get her may hinge on what type of mom she is overall. Is this- Good or bad? Wait a second. Am I getting a case of wine? Is that what this story's about? So there's a survey of 2,000 adults. They asked people how to show their appreciation toward the women in their lives who are mothers. They found that three in five believe every day should be Mother's Day. Hell yes. Also, a whopping 86% of respondents say that these women are the most hardworking people they know, but 69% agree that moms don't do enough and they don't get enough credit for all that they do. Right.

I would say 1,000% on that. All right. Good luck. And by the way, there's three types of mom. Foodie moms, soccer moms, and wine moms. I'm number three. You are.

Good to know. Next, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones involved in a car crash. He's 79 years old. He says he's all good now, but he was transported to a hospital with minor injuries after being involved with this accident roughly 20 miles from the Cowboys facility. Jones' son Steven sent a text message to ESPN.

All good. He's 79 years old. God bless him.

I'm glad he's okay. Next. Okay, marijuana legalization. We were just talking about this. I still think it's so weird that people walk around New York City streets with joints in their hands.

It is leading to more poisoning cases among pets. Gee, no surprise. When do I see you again on television? Stoned?

Oh, you mean on television? Yes. Oh, we're just, like, cutting away from marijuana and getting back to me?

Because the music's gonna get louder and cut off. Oh, crap. Okay. Well, I'm gonna be on, let's see, 11 a.m. Faulkner Focus tomorrow morning. Thank you. And your show on Saturday.
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