Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins are bringing their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country. Whether it is political chatter coming from Washington or the latest case of “Florida Man”, MVR will make sure you are aware of what’s going on — and their unique takes on every topic.
M&R have been looking forward to Friday all week long. As we watch the border crisis get more out of control, the Biden administration actively tries to prevent accurate coverage by the media. The need for vaccine boosters is being determined, but we are seeing more cases of break through cases, and still no addressing of natural immunities. Authorities in Trinidad and Tobago felt their time was wasted investigating the claims of Nicki Minaj, and they sounded off about it. An Ohio mayor told the school board they were guilty of child pornography, and demanded resignignations or they would face charges. American Airlines removed an asthmatic toddler from a flight, while the child can be heard struggling to breathe in video from the flight. Bill Maher interviewed Jimmy Kimmel, and Maher demonstrates why he may be liberals' voice of common sense. We were told that Americans that wanted to leave Afghanistan would be evacuated, and Ned Price tries to explain why there are still Americans there that want out. General Mark Milley is said to have communicated with China in a very treasonous way, and the general sloughed off the accusations, calling those types of calls “routine.” A Friday Five to honor National Women's Friendship Day -- Best Women Bands.
The Boys are glad to report all is good in Camp Van Camp. President Joe Biden has full confidence in General Mark Milley, yet JenPsaki completely lies while she is not answering questions. President Biden totally blanked on the Prime Minister of Australia's name, and introduced him as, “That fellow Down Under.” Nicki Minaj took to Instagram on Wednesday to address the outrage over her opinion, and Trinidad and Tobago authorities felt the need to investigate her claims. The Border crisis is slamming Del Rio with thousands waiting to get in, but don't ask the White House about vaccinating illegal immigrants. The Durham Report will call for an indictment of Michael Sussman, a lawyer with ties to the Democratic National Committee. Tucker Carlson spoke with Rose McGowan, and discussed how the Democratic Party protected Jeff Epstein. The disappearance of Gabby Petito is in the news more, but her boyfriend is not cooperating with authorities, and has been named a person of interest. Schools districts across the country are struggling to fill most positions, and Jordan Peterson talks about the drastic increase in a college education.
M&R were disappointed to see Larry Elder's gubernatorial campaign come up short in the end, but were glad to see him call for graciousness on the part of his supporters. It's hard to know the real numbers when it comes to COVID infections and death, especially when hospital workers are on tape colluding to mess with the numbers. More details are coming out about Woodward's and Costa's new book, including conversations between General Mark Milley and Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Senator Marco Rubio has plenty to say about the allegations from the book, and he has some suggestions for what should happen. Nicki Minaj is in the news after she was attacked by Joy Reid, so Jake Tapper felt the need to ask Dr. Anthony Fauci about possible vaccine side effects. We're finding out more about the grossly mishandled pullout of Afghanistan, and Secretary Antony Blinken demonstrates how his incompetence may have facilitated the debacle. A California sheriff is refusing to enforce any vaccine mandate that may be implemented, and AOC believes the attention she received from the Met Gala was because of her body.
The Boys are happy to announce the birth of Baby Boy Van Camp! President Joe Biden was once again cut off by White House staff during a live feed, and Secretary Antony Blinken showed up for his testimony on Capitol Hill. Joy Reid is going after Nicki Minaj over her position on the coronavirus vaccine, but we have been getting doublespeak since the beginning of the pandemic. Senator Rand Paul took the opportunity to embarrass Secretary Blinken, when asking about the target of the drone strike following the airport bombing. Al Franken may be fondling the idea of a return to politics, Balenciaga is being accused of cultural appropriation for their new pants. General Mark Milley is purported to have given China reassurances the United States would not attack, while President Donald Trump was still in office. Abortions rights activists protested outside Supreme Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home, and hypocrisy was on full display at the Met Gala.
M&R are awaiting updates from VC, but they begin by reflecting on 9/11, and the weekend commemorations of the terror attacks. George W. Bush spoke about the dangers of homegrown terrorism, and the insistence that domestic terrorism is the greatest threat to our country. Despite the political and cowardly views on the reality of 9/11, there were some genuine and heartfelt tributes to the heroes of that day. As we were remembering the tragic events of that September day, we also learned new information about those involved. With COVID financial aid flowing freely to state agencies, tracking down where these billions of dollars are going results in a word salad. As the recall election comes to a close in California, Rose McGowan was out campaigning Larry Elder. More children have been killed by gunfire in Chicago than have died from the coronavirus, and Jen Psaki gives her usual spin on employers requiring vaccines for employees. Chris Christie gives his advice for the best practices when it comes to getting people vaccinated, and Dr. Anthony Fauci explains the need for vaccines regardless of natural immunity.
The Boys have well wishes for the Van Camps, as they're hoping for the healthy arrival of Baby Van Camp. President Joe Biden spoke Thursday about his plan to battle COVID, and his intent to implement vaccine mandates for federal workers. As expected, the Taliban are terrorizing Afghan citizens, as reports of family torture before beheading are coming out. On the eve of 9/11, Jamie and Scott reflect on the 20th anniversary, and Campus Reform checks into what should be taught about the terror attacks. Dr. Anthony Fauci is a big fan of misleading the public, but Jen Psaki doesn't think he should be fired for lying to Congress. Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says there is no specific terrorism threat to America, but the biggest threat to the country comes from domestic terrorists. The Taliban has not allowed women into their government, but Secretary Antony Blinken is hopeful the Taliban will do the right thing. Ryan Fujitani takes the week off, but the Friday Five will bring us together -- Best Together Songs.
MVC&R take another trip in the Wayback Machine, to the times President Joe Biden was campaigning, and saying he was going to , “Shut down the virus.” There are more terrorists in Afghanistan's government than women, and critics slam the “racist” gorilla-masked woman who launched eggs at Larry Elder. The Secretary of Defense says the Taliban have been “put on notice,” and Afghan journalists were brutally beaten for covering women's protest. According to the White House, grocery store prices are stable if you remove the food people eat, and AOC says the pro-life bill is “rape culture” against “menstruating persons.” CNN and MSNBC interviewed Dr. Anthony Fauci, and neither asked him about the damning COVID-19 documents. People want to be remembered for being kind and generous, rather than wealthy and powerful. Daily COVD cases are up four times since this time last year, and the NAACP is taking the University of Texas to court over the school song.
The Boys are not stopping evacuation flights from leaving Afghanistan, but President Joe Biden is doing just that. The President thinks it would be a good idea to “build buildings that don't get damaged,” The NFL is back, and a record number of us intend to bet this season, while college football contributes to a montage of freaking out. The State Department is concerned that the Taliban is not being inclusive enough, and the Biden administration really didn't see this situation coming. President Biden shouted at a child, and vaccine skeptics are cheering Joe Rogan's COVID recovery. Megyn Kelly removes her son from school, because they encouraging boys to question their own genders. Losers are mad that the unemployment insurance expansion has ended, and Monica Lewinsky wants Bill Clinton to want to apologize.
MVC&R are reunited after the Labor Day weekend, When asked about the stranded Americans in Afghanistan, the White House insists there was a historic airlift that occurred. A look back to when the media tried to avoid talking about gain of function research, while Rachel Maddow and other liberal media figures are slammed for “taking the bait” on the false ivermectin overdoses. Mexican authorities break up a new caravan of hundreds of migrants headed to the United States, and college football fans chant "F**k Joe Biden" at multiple games. Lindsey Graham says we'll, "Be back in Afghanistan before you know it," and a desperate Governor Newsom goes all-in on identity politics.
The Boys are looking forward to the three day weekend, so much that Jamie decided to make it four. Van Camp and Robbins have the answers to questions about abortion, and Jen Psaki snaps at a reporter who dared to ask about abortion. President Joe Biden insists the plan is working, and he lied about visiting a synagogue after a shooting. The President has expressed an interest in protecting the border, however, the border he wants to protect is not ours. The President also lied about the newly-released jobs report, which shows job creation falling far short of expectations. Dr. Anthony Fauci says it may take three shots to be fully vaccinated, and Joe Manchin does not seem to agree with Bernie Sanders. A woman in New Orleans inquired as to the whereabouts of President Biden, and a list of the things we're sick of hearing on Zoom calls. Ryan Fujitani talks about Marvel's new release, and closing out Summer with the Friday Five -- Best Summer Songs.
MVC&R are well aware that the situation in Afghanistan is complex, but thankfully Ned Price is around to confirm as much. The media completely freaked out over the Texas abortion law, which took effect at the beginning of September. Stella Parton seems to think American women have it worse than Afghan women, and Don Lemon isn't convinced that the stranded Americans in Afghanistan were actually left behind. The California teacher who bragged about removing the American flag has also been removed, and the State Department is telling Afghans to not move to California. “Mission Impossible” and other movies have been pushed back due to COVID, and a woman blasts a California school board demanding the removal of leftist teachers.
The Boys are proud to provide a quality program. However, if it is not good, then someone else is to blame. President Joe Biden took responsibility for Afghanistan during his speech, but the whole situation was former President Trump's fault. President Biden speaks about the “extraordinary success” in Afghanistan, as reports come out that Biden pressured the President of Afghanistan, to “change the perception” of the chaos. The National Security Adviser cannot categorize the Taliban as an adversary, and there were claims that we were prepared for any eventuality. San Francisco is going to start paying people to not shoot one another, and Rose McGowan got stung by a murder hornet, but she did not die.
MVC&R were pretty sure no one would make it to the airport in Kabul, and General McKenzie admits no one made it. Gold Star fathers react to meeting with President Joe Biden, and the frustration with his persistent watch-checking. John Kirby says the deadly weapons left behind are not a threat to us, and reports of the Taliban carrying out “door-to-door executions.” Flag officers are demanding resignations for General Milley and Secretary Austin, and a Pentagon spokesperson says, "We strand Americans all the time." The FBI says the Texas shooter may have been inspired by foreign terrorists, and the Biden administration is investigating states that are not forcing kids to wear masks. A school board got pranked into reading hilarious fake names, and an LA teachers union boss laughs about parents' inability to stop her.
The Boys were keeping an eye on Ida over the weekend, and they have an update after she made landfall. Secretary of State Blinken admits that we are depending on the Taliban to evacuate those stranded, and U.S. Centcom is “investigating further” after a drone strike on an ISIS-K target. An Afghan TV show host is surrounded by Taliban with guns, while telling the public to not be afraid, and cooperate. Online trolls are not fueled by anonymity, they are also jerks in real life. The intelligence community is admitting the coronavirus could have come out of that lab, and two Little League World Series players were caught looking at huge boobs. Most people probably do not need booster shots, and a judge strips a mother of her parental rights for not being vaccinated. McDonald's and others are considering closing to indoor seating amid the Delta surge in the U.S., and a couple charged wedding guests $120 each for no-showing.
MVC&R have suspected that President Joe Biden is not actually the leader of our country, and he pretty much confirmed it at a Thursday press conference. The Biden administration is realizing it was a bad idea to allow the Taliban to provide security, and former President Trump points out the highest level of stupidity this country has ever seen. Politico interviewed democrats on Afghanistan, and it was absolutely brutal. Joe Rogan is not a fan of vaccine mandates for his shows, and kids are pranking their parents in scholarship videos, by lying about how hard their life was. A Los Angeles Times writer had some harsh words for parents opposed to mask mandates for students, and natural immunity to COVID could protect 13-times more than the Pfizer vaccine. Ryan Fujitani returns to discuss the latest cinema news, and a Friday Five for all the heroes -- Best Hero Songs.
The Boys begin the day monitoring multiple bombings at the Hamid Karzai Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, which killed dozens and injuring hundreds. Richard Engel did an interview with the Taliban, and one of the U.S. Representatives that traveled to Afghanistan is laughing at his critics. The U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan claims they told people to leave, so their decision to stay is on them. An Afghan outside the Kabul airport explains how a baby girl died in his arms, and an Afghan comedian executed by the Taliban laughed at them to the end. A BBC Radio host died due to complications from the AstraZeneca vaccine. After pledging they would violate the law to teach CRT, teachers are scrambling to hide the evidence. The money for school “ventilation systems” is actually going to be used to hire more teachers, and an Olympian from China said her gold medal is peeling.
MVC&R are not able to delay the show by even a minute, but President Joe Biden delayed his budget resolution update on Tuesday for hours. When President Biden got around to speaking about the Afghanistan debacle, he said the evacuation is tough because of former President Trump. An Afghan journalist says she is marked for death by the Taliban, and China gets its computer chips back. The governor of Oregon reinstated the outdoor mask mandate, and Bill de Blasio urges President Biden to rush the vaccine approval for children. China responds to being slammed by Vice President Kamala Harris, as she delivered a policy speech on Indo-Pacific vision. California police say hundreds of vote-by-mail recall ballots were found in a car, and a for California democrat majority leader endorses Larry Elder for governor.
The Boys think it's a bit irresponsible to leave Americans stranded in Afghanistan, but Jen Psaki is more offended when anyone says they are “stranded.” An American in Afghanistan explains that she is stranded, and Rep. Dan Crenshaw tells the Taliban what they can do with their “red line.” The Taliban is longer allowing Afghans to leave the country, but Dr. Anthony Fauci is calling for vaccine mandates saying, “Enough is enough.” President Joe Biden is calling on employers to require vaccines for employees, and he blanks on Megan Rapinoe's name. People being evacuated from Afghanistan are being crammed into squalid conditions, while in Australia the police were called on to break up a church service. A New Zealand health official gives an accidently x-rated update, and you should not brush your teeth right after breakfast.
MVC&R were monitoring the situation in Afghanistan over the weekend. The FDA gave full approval to the Pfizer vaccine, and President Joe Biden's competency is put into question. Once again, we're being told the Taliban need to decide who they are, and a New York City homecoming concert was shut down due to weather. A majority of Americans do not think President Biden can do the job, and former President Trump says, “Everything woke goes to s*@#.” Trump was booed for recommending vaccines, and the Defense Secretary admits Americans are being “harassed” and “beaten.” U.S. officials are looking into the possibility the Moderna vaccine is linked to a higher risk of an uncommon side effect. A nut and bolt were found in a Domino's pizza, and they say that's, “Rare.” The DOJ shuts down the investigation into the Capitol Police shooting of Ashli Babbitt, and Jeff Bezos has an “unlimited soft serve machine” set up in his house.
The Boys don't shy away from Friday shows, and a White House official claims President Joe Biden, “Doesn't shy away from questions.” The Pentagon can't explain why British troops are going and getting people, but U.S. troops cannot. An American teacher trapped in Afghanistan says the situation is “insane,” and an Australian newscast is interrupted by a bizarre “hail Satan” ceremony. Those plastic anti-COVID barriers do not work, and could make things worse. President Biden tells states to use stimulus money to keep unemployment checks rolling, and ABC News appears to have cut 900+ words from Biden's interview on Good Morning America. In their “insurrection” investigation, the FBI was unable to find evidence of a plot to overthrow the government. The Texas democrats returned to the state, and they consider themselves to be heroes. Lara Logan challenges the media to ask certain questions about Afghanistan, and the former captain of the Afghanistan female football team to burn their uniforms. One of the biggest stories in America that no one is talking about, and celebrating Little League with the Friday Five -- Best Little Songs.
MVC&R are not sure if the President knew the images he had claimed were 4 to 5 days old at the time had come out of Afghanistan just two days prior, and a CNN reporter was threatened outside of the “secured” airport. President Biden is claiming the Afghan military simply gave up the fight, and also claimed everyone knew the Taliban would take over the country. Governor Ron DeSantis shreds President Biden, pointing out America's enemies know Biden is weak, while his focus is on masking kindergarteners. Biden's state department dismantled a program designed to help an Afghanistan withdrawal, and Secretary Lloyd Austin admits they cannot get all Americans out. The Detroit Tigers announcer is suspended after using an accent with Japanese star Shohei Ohtani coming to the plate, and Indiana University students are enraged after a Hong Kong protester is invited to speak.
The Boys are watching the situation in Afghanistan get worse by the hour, and the State Department says they're taking the situation day by day.” Former President Donald Trump told the leader of the Taliban he would start by destroying his hometown, if they tried anything to hinder our pulling out of the country. The United States is recommending vaccine booster shots after 8 months, and a Texas teacher cries, while comparing the lack of mask mandates to school shootings. A pharmacist faces a decade in prison for selling the COVID vaccine, and The Wall Street Journal has the case against masks for children. The Taliban probably will not be returning the cache of weapons they have seized, and the U.S. government tells U.S. citizens in Afghanistan, "We can't guarantee your safety." The Washington Post claims the Taliban is allowed on Twitter, because they play by the rules. A preschool teacher excitedly talks about teaching children about genitals, and a school bus driver shortage has schools paying parents to drive their kids themselves.
MVC&R are not calling the Afghan people cowards, but President Joe Biden essentially did, in his bid to stave off blame for the debacle in Afghanistan. An Afghanistan veteran unloaded on MSNBC, but President Biden thinks the story is yesterday's news. Jake Tapper gives his thoughts on President Biden's speech, and Chris Cuomo finally addresses his brother's scandal. Senator Lindsey Graham had some harsh words for the situation in Afghanistan, and the State Department calls on the Taliban to have an “inclusive” government. Chuck Todd seems to think things would have been worse under President Donald Trump, yet Chris Cillizza thinks after seven months, President Biden “isn't looking so competent.” The facts are out regarding the “outbreak” of COVID in Florida, and New Zealand is going back into lockdown due to a single case.
The Boys take a trip in the Wayback Machine, to the time President Joe Biden said the Taliban wouldn't seize Afghanistan, which happened to be last month. The National Security Advisor points out the U.S. uses helicopters all the time, and the Department of Homeland Security Chief claims the border crisis is a regional issue. Speaker Nancy Pelosi released a statement on Afghanistan, and it did not go well at all. A USA Today writer blamed the chaos in Afghanistan on South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, and in June Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said, “The fall of Afghanistan won't happen.” A top Obama-era ambassador has “grave questions” in mind about President Biden's leadership capabilities, and the food stamps benefits have been permanently raised. Renting clothes may become more popular than buying them, and Uber Eats drops former quarterback Jay Cutler, because he questioned the need to mask kids. The Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden calls for General Mark Milley to resign, and a study finds our metabolisms don't slow down until we are 60.
MVC&R are watching Afghanistan swirl swiftly down the toilet, while the Pentagon is withdrawing troops by sending troops. A Florida superintendent is blaming Governor DeSantis for kids who got COVID before school started, and eleven Senate democrats voting against testing illegal immigrants for COVID-19 at the border. More business owners are pushing back against vaccine passport plans, while Demi Lovato scolded people for crowding into Lollapalooza, and then performed at a festival a week later. News outlets claim nearly 6-thousand kids were hospitalized in Texas, but they were off by about 6-thousand. A scientist leading the WHO team which was investigating the origins of COVID reversed course, and admits China was applying pressure to conceal the facts. Justice Amy Coney Barrett tossed out a complaint from students that didn't want to be vaccinated, and TLC is doing a special featuring a psychic speaking to 9/11 victims. Ryan Fujitani takes the week off, but it's a hot list for The Friday Five -- Best Hot or Heat Songs.
The Boys have seen it coming, and the migrant surge at the border has reached a breaking point. The education secretary blames parents for possible school shutdowns, and President Joe Biden confuses his energy secretary with the governor of Michigan. Jen Psaki says the Taliban need to make a decision as to who they want to be, and leaked video shows Hunter Biden talking to a hooker, about how Russian drug dealers stole his laptop. A judge orders the release of Jamal Danzy, the accused straw purchaser of the gun that killed the Chicago police officer. Nike claims women's basketball players are superior to a man who conquered the world, and Tucker Carlson and his guest lay waste to Nike's woke advertising. Questions about the effectiveness of Pfizer's COVID vaccine, and a business owner talks about the “curveball” of vaccine mandates. Arnold Schwarzenegger is trying to unify people by calling them “schmucks,” and Fox News is the only national outlet that “gained” trust.
MVC&R know Cory Booker is bad at many things, and dinner theater is now one of those. A school board member claims not masking children makes the kids “murderers,” and President Biden says Governor Cuomo did a, “Hell of a job.” The ratings for NBC's Tokyo Olympics totally “faceplanted,” and CBS News admits Republicans may actually have a point with COVID, and the border. With critical race theory in action, an Atlanta school is in trouble for segregating students. Senator Rand Paul is suspended from YouTube over COVID claims, and the mother of the alleged Chicago cop killer was arrested for attacking a public safety officer. Australia is a dystopian nightmare, and Bam Margera sues Jackass for kicking him out of the movie. Several major airlines will not require employees to get vaccinated, and someone got an Amazon delivery so large, you can hardly see the house behind it. A teacher from Loudon County goes off, and a Willy Wonka-themed hotel will include lickable wallpaper.
The Boys are not raging because of the Southern states, but the rest of the media are. The NIH chief admits they do not have data about kids and Delta, but that doesn't stop him from attempting to freak us out. Tucker Carlson “defends” Chris Cuomo, and Britney Spears loses bid to immediately boot her dad. Florida's health department says the CDC's COVID count for the state is wrong, and CNN raised money for a “mother of three” who was actually just a scam artist. The migrant detention center that is worse than ever, and Chicago cops turn their backs on Mayor Lori Lightfoot. Governor Ron DeSantis suggests freezing pay for school officials who mandate masks for students, and the Texas Supreme Court denies the democratic lawmakers' request to restore pay after their walkout. Oregon is nearing its COVID hospitalization record, and Indiana's attorney general launches a probe into the Chinese Communist Party's domestic propaganda program.
MVC&R are like everyone else, in that they do not know what is going on with kids and COVID. A New York Times reporter says the Obama birthday bash was safe, because it was a “sophisticated crowd.” An accuser of Governor Andrew Cuomo comes forward, saying, “He grabbed my butt.” Mayor Lori Lightfoot is calling for a day of mourning, after the weekend saw 73 people shot, 11 killed, and one of them was a Chicago police officer. Americans plan on using home deliveries as their primary form of shopping, and O.J. Simpson won't go back to Los Angeles, because he doesn't want to run into the “real killer.” The White House claims ending unemployment benefits had nothing to do with the positive jobs report, and Dr. Anthony Fauci criticizes the motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota. Texas democrats hilariously are suing the governor of the state, and Live Nation will allow artists to require proof of vaccination at concerts. The NIH director cannot understand the politics of vaccine mandates, and Subway franchisees are fed up with the Megan Rapinoe TV ads.
The Boys have been vaccinated, along with 350 million other Americans. CNN claims 58% of Republicans will definitely not get the vaccine, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi praises “courageous” lawbreaking. CNN fired three employees for not getting vaccinated, and a guy gives instructions on speaking the new language, “Bidenese.” Nike's CEO gave some A+ McGurkin on China and human rights, and Politico claims Republicans are salivating over Cori Bush. Unemployment drops to 5.4% after the July jobs report comes out, and property owners are suing to get their money. President Biden compares January 6th to the Civil War, suggesting it was worse, and also pretends not to know who Governor DeSantis is. A woman files a criminal complaint against Governor Andrew Cuomo, and the four-leaf clover is 23rd on a list of top lucky charms. Ryan Fujitani returns to talk about “The Suicide Squad,” and puckering up for the Friday Five -- Best Kiss Songs.
VC&R are glad not to be on Governor DeSantis' bad side, and for the third time the governor slammed President Joe Biden. The White House says they'll break the law, and we'll like it. The wonderful governor of New Jersey has some words for those protesting the vaccine, and an absolutely insane argument for defunding the police. Senator Rand Paul tees off on the idea of masking your children, and New York democrats say they're seriously considering impeaching Governor Andrew Cuomo, this time. Governor Cuomo denies singing “Do You Love Me” to a staffer, and the mayor of DC says only conspiracy theorists think she broke the rules. There's a new tax in the new infrastructure deal, and the White House says people don't care about the President violating the Constitution. Mexico is suing US gun manufacturers, and no one knows who the supposed Alex Trebeck replacement is.
The Boys cannot invalidate contracts, but apparently the CDC can now. President Joe Biden is calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign, and the NIH Director clarifies comments about masking around kids while at home. A democratic senator says voting laws are, “The Delta variant of Jim Crow,” while Mark and Patricia McCloskey were pardoned by the governor of Missouri. President Biden tells the governors of Texas and Florida to, “Get out of the way,” and former President Obama “scales back” plans for his birthday bash. The brave Texas democrats that ran away are vacationing in Europe, and the Titanic Museum's fake iceberg fell and injured three people. It's not exactly clear what the President is saying about illegal immigrants, but it's quite clear Mayor Bill de Blasio completely gutted Governor Andrew Cuomo. A US Olympian is overjoyed after winning the gold medal in wrestling, and she proclaims, “I freaking love the United States!” The infrastructure deal uses COVID relief money, and the vaccine passport just seems a bit racist. Doesn't it?
VC&R required a vaccine passport from Jamie, and he didn't have one. Not really, but New York City is going to start requiring vaccinations, and the White House struggles to explain why it's okay for former President Obama to have a birthday bash. The former DC police chief blames Republicans for officer suicides, and a democrat hopes Senator Lindsey Graham dies from COVID. Now chipmunks have the plague, and Governor Andrew Cuomo is in big trouble. The View believes people don't like Vice President Harris because she is black, and Twitter is trying to be the New Ministry of Truth. A former Biden COVID advisor admits they know cloth masks do not work, and a Republican lawmaker investigating COVID origins says, "This is the greatest coverup in human history." An impeachment witness claims Trump's removal would have prevented every coronavirus death, and the White House lied about Florida, again. The hammer thrower failed to medal, and a little boy released a butterfly, then the dog ate the it.
The Boys are minus Jamie, but not because of lockdowns. President Joe Biden says it is “probable” that lockdowns will come back, and Dr. Anthony Fauci says, “You don't have the right to not wear a mask.” A mother pulls her kids out of school over the mask mandate, and a man screams while getting his COVID shot. CNN goes full shoelooker when talking about the mayor of DC, and the NIH director is in full support of encouraging vaccine passports. Privacy-seeking Meghan Markle hired Oprah's party planner for a birthday bash, and California is about to make bacon more expensive for the rest of us in the country. AOC blasts democrats and President Biden for letting the eviction moratorium end, and a Harvard lecturer is labeled “transphobic” for saying there are only two genders. A Brown University professor doesn't think we are ever getting back to normal, and a woman's chair breaks during a meeting with the CEO.
MVC&R found leaked CDC documents which indicate the war has changed, and an ex-Trump official warns the unvaccinated that they will get the Delta variant. A democrat slams President Biden on the border saying, “He's afraid to offend the left.” The nation's second largest school district will require testing, regardless of vaccination status. Someone thinks if you break your leg you won't get a hospital bed, because of unvaccinated people. A union that endorsed Joe Biden does not want a vaccine mandate, and Black Lives Matter is threatening a democratic senator. President Joe Biden says cases will go up, but deaths will go down, and he would like to see vaccine passports. Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney for shorting her out of “Black Widow” money. JD Vance says the United States is being run by childless cat ladies, and the best countries to be in if society were to collapse. This week we lost ZZ Top bassist, Dusty Hill, so a Friday Five in his honor -- Best Bassists Who Can Sing.
The Boys have been doing their best to keep up with the science, and the ever-changing policies and mandates. The Teachers Union chief cannot commit to reopening schools, and the former FDA head can't make much sense out of the CDC's guidance. Governor Greg Abbott orders the Texas National Guard to begin arresting illegal immigrants, and President Joe Biden claims he used to drive an 18-wheeler. Adam Kinzinger says it's cold-hearted to laugh at him for crying, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi absolutely guts the far left. The DOJ threatens to sue states for returning to pre-pandemic election standards, and a naked guy who went viral chasing a wild pig now has his own toy. The Squad is not particularly fond of the "bipartisan infrastructure" deal, and Anthony Kiedis is selling his Hawaiian home, which was built near ancient burial grounds.
MVC&R are doing their best not to spread the coronavirus. No, really. According to the CDC, the vast majority of people that are getting and spreading COVID are the unvaccinated, so the vaccinated people need to wear masks. Simone Biles says Naomi Osaka inspired her to focus on her “mental health,” and PolitiFact “fact checks” an obviously fake Olympics moment. President Joe Biden is not worried about confusion coming from the CDC, and Texas police learn COVID-positive illegal immigrants were sent to local hotels, after a Whataburger incident. The President basically says unvaccinated people are dumb, and a public official says, "The voluntary phase of COVID vaccines is over. Coca-Cola spoke out against the Georgia voting law, but thy are curiously quiet when it comes to China's genocide. A gunman opens fire in broad daylight in New York City, forcing a woman pushing a baby stroller to flee. Why are white liberals more likely to support the defunding of police, and what is a job that sounds really cool, but actually sucks?
The Boys are fully-vaccinated, but the CDC says mask up anyway. Adam Schiff compares the Capitol riot to 9/11, and China is mad at Reuters. Governor Andrew Cuomo insists he has been telling the truth about the coronavirus, since the beginning of the pandemic. President Joe Biden says the combat mission in Iraq has ended, and people are not interested in defunding the police. The governor of California compares the unvaccinated to drunk drivers, and a teacher told students to hide an "equity survey" from their parents. An ESPN writer was troubled by American flags at the Tokyo Olympics, and a "racial justice" group threatens to harass white people who send their kids to good schools. An entrepreneur started a bank to fund Christian charities instead of Planned Parenthood, and a teen from Alaska won at the Olympics. Megan Rapinoe says the media need to "get better" with criticism of women's sports, and Major League Baseball is testing new anti-sign stealing technology.
VC&R kick off the week, and Markley will return on Tuesday. Dr. Anthony Fauci says, “All of this is complicated,” and the ratings for the Olympics have cratered. The Cleveland Indians have changed their name to The Guardians, and Texas democrats are asking for donations for “care packages.” According to Politico, the left's CRT push is backfiring, and a flight was evacuated after an “ominous text.” a majority of Americans are pessimistic about the future of the country, and Los Angeles County wants to give free money to young people. Australians are pushing back against lockdowns, and school kids are told to hide an “equity survey” from their parents. A South Korean TV station is in trouble for using stereotypical graphics to represent different nations, and Dr. Fauci says he has no regrets about funding research in China. Former President Donald Trump touts the coronavirus vaccine, and a “racial justice” group threatens to harass white people who send their kids to good schools.
The Boys have been able to see that a lot of people have been getting shot lately, and now ABC News seems to be taking a look into the situation. President Joe Biden was asked about defunding the police, and he gave an answer about eating children. CNN did a town hall with the President, yet they still came in dead last in the ratings. A flashback to the time Dr. Anthony Fauci dismissed the risks in regards to gain-of-function research, and a dude spent $30K on an Olympics ticket, but now can't go. A Beto O'Rourke group raised $600K for Texas democrats in Washington D.C., and the White House promises Hunter Biden will be honest about his art sales. The reimagining of police just is not working out, and Minneapolis is moving forward with dismantling its police department. When asked about the issue of police defunding, President Biden comments about sucking the blood of children. The Cleveland Indians announce their name change, and a woman got confused, and went bungee jumping without a cord. Ryan Fujitani from Rotten Tomatoes will be out for a couple weeks, and Robbins will be back on Monday, but there is an Olympic-themed Friday Five -- Best Running Songs.
MVC&R took great pleasure in watching Dr. Anthony Fauci's fight with Senator Rand Paul, but Dr. Fauci says he took no pleasure in it. President Joe Biden attempts to explain how he almost worked in a restaurant, and Giannis Antetokounmpo celebrates winning the NBA Finals with some Chick-fil-A. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the January 6th Committee is “deadly serious,” and being murdered in Chicago is more likely than being hospitalized for COVID. The President feels if we flood the market with more cash, then we'll be able to reduce inflation, somehow. As if they haven't done enough, China is now digging up ancient viruses, and a man impales his heart in a freak fishing accident. The Biden administration's border crisis is about to make history, and Governor Ron DeSantis puts the screws to the Biden administration over Cuba. Night Ranger were not allowed to touch or acknowledge Prince at the American Music Awards, and Jeff Bezos swears he is not in a measuring contest with Sir Richard Branson.
The Boys very much enjoyed the exchange between Sen. Rand Paul and Dr. Anthony Fauci, but the media are only focusing on one moment. The U.S. Women's Soccer's epic unbeaten streak came to an end at The Olympics against Sweden, and five new sports will debut in the Summer Olympics. Jeff Bezos and his oddly-shaped rocket successfully launched into space, and an incredible moment as dozens of people waltzed across the border. The White House threatens “conservative outlets” for putting out unapproved content. Eric Swallwell spent thousands of campaign dollars on booze and limo services, plus $20K at the hotel where his wife works. A man impales himself during a freak fishing accident, and would-be robbers are shot by armed robbers in Los Angeles. The Biden administration promotes a radical group pushing critical race theory in schools, and Israel urges 35 states to punish Ben & Jerry's.
MVC&R are glad to be reunited. Dr. Anthony Fauci believes it is “reasonable” to be masking toddlers, and a sixth Texas democrat has tested positive for COVID. An NBC medical expert claims masking toddlers is the “conservative” approach, and the Texas dems' little trip is costing $1.5-million. A hilarious mix-up from the chief science guy in the United Kingdom, and Prince Harry is writing another book, because he values his privacy. The possibility of canceling the Olympics at the last minute is discussed, and an Australian woman violates COVID protocol by having cigarettes delivered by drone. NPR says the truth can be misinformation, and the feds threaten 10 years in prison for Americans helping Cubans escape. A Washington Post reporter says the dems are soft on Cuba, because they like Communism. The Department of Justice will no longer be spying on journalists, unless they have a reason to spy on journalists.
The Boys will welcome Markley back on Tuesday, and hopefully he will have had time to collect himself. Misinformation is people's biggest concern, and not Big Brother, but this is all according to Big Brother. Most of the mainstream media wants to convince you that Fox is literally killing people, and five of the fleeing Texas democrats have COVID. The White House says if you're banned from one platform, you should be banned from all platforms. President Joe Biden claims Facebook is killing people, and Facebook says he's just upset because he failed to meet the vaccine goal. A woman tracks down the guy who stole her car, and drags him to the cops by his dreads. Democrats are resorting to fan fiction to hype up January 6th, and Martha Raddatz confronts a Los Angeles health official. Brian Stelter's career was murdered on his own show, and the city of Anaheim shut down a pro-Trump event. Oreo now has discreet packaging so you can hide them from the kids, and everyone is excited about Eggo's new emoji waffles.
VC&R hope for the best for M, and look forward to his return next week. Los Angeles County is putting the mask mandate back in place, and “communism is a failed system” according to President Joe Biden. Campus Reform finds out why college kids can't understand why oppressed people fly the American flag, and one of the fleeing Texas democrats highlights her underwear. A New York lawmaker who wanted Cuomo to resign gets mad when asked about it, and Netflix has aspirations to become the “Netflix of Video Games.” The National Security bro says Republicans are a greater threat than Al-Qaeda or ISIS, and the security footage of Richard Sherman was released. Winning Olympic athletes will place their medals around their own necks, and Denver is bringing on a civilian force to break up homeless camps. The federal government is telling Facebook to crack down on unapproved speech, and the Facebook Oversight Chief claims, “Free speech isn't a universal right.” Ryan Fujitani from Rotten Tomatoes has the lowdown for your weekend entertainment, and an out-of-this-world Friday Five -- Planets and the Moon Songs.
The Boys are more than able to say that communism is bad, but those in the White House just are not capable to do the same. One of the Texas democrats claims they didn't want to vacate their responsibility, and they in fact cried when they were leaving their families. Audio from the Richard Sherman 911 call has been released, and an unfortunate typo sends a dog owner into a panic. The White House now wants legal immigration, and Pitbull makes a better case for the Cuban people, than our own government "experts." A longtime democrat says the superwoke are killing us, and State Department asks the U.N. to send people to help with "systemic racism." Soccer actually got better rating than the NBA Finals, and Chrissy Teigen says it sucks being part of the "cancel club." Only one in four Olympics fans would want to attend in person this year, and two out of five Americans would reject a trip to the Moon, even with a guaranteed safe return.
VC&R wish M well, as he prepares for his daughter's wedding. President Joe Biden believes the GOP's voting laws to be as great a threat to our democracy as the Civil War, and some are saying it's like the KKK. A Texas democrat is calling for a federal takeover of elections, and President Biden lifts some sanctions on Iran. The media circles the wagons trying to force Biden to call for an end to the filibuster, while the Department of Homeland Security tells Cubans to stay out. Dr. Anthony Fauci is recommending children over the age of 2 mask up, and Governor Andrew Cuomo's COVID cover up was worse than we thought. Germany takes action against Big Tech censorship, and the state of California backs off of “woke math.” So much for that “bipartisan” infrastructure bill, and the FBI is politely asking you to monitor your friends, and family. The mayor of Miami tosses out the idea of bombing Cuba, and a liberal activist and pollster says there indeed may have been a Red Wave.
The Boys are not thrilled about consumer prices jumping 5.4% in the last year, and they are also not at all surprised. Texas democrats want to spread the word that in the state, a Proud Boy could end up watching you vote, which has no basis in fact whatsoever. One of the Texas dems said they “had to take a private plane,” while another from the group calls himself a hero for leaving the state. Governor Greg Abbott slam dunks on the democrats for running from a fight, and says democrats that fled the state will “be arrested” upon their return. A CBS anchor says she's banning unvaxxed family members from Thanksgiving, and Iran has a new and legal dating app. The police chief in Minneapolis blasts anti-police sentiment after a 3-year-old is shot, and a man in Chicago was shot 64 times as he walked out of jail. Facebook promotes a video of a man trying to breastfeed a newborn, and Britney Spears lets loose in a dance video while wearing a tiny red top.
MVC&R are monitoring the protests as Cubans take to the streets, and the World Health Organization is working on a “digital wallet” to store vaccine certification. Vice President Kamala Harris says it's “almost impossible” for rural people to make copies of their drivers licenses, and Brian Stelter says space flight is “immoral.” MSNBC pretends they don't know who Michael Avenatti is, while Conor McGregor makes classless comments after injuring his leg, and losing to Dustin Poirier. Bankers are begging their employers for transfers from New York to Florida, and the White House has nothing to say about the obvious money laundering scam, in which Hunter Biden is involved. A man found 160 bowling balls under his house, and jewelry made out of human teeth is now something you can buy. Drinking a lot of coffee may help you fight off the coronavirus, and Steven Seagal opened for a Sammy Hagar concert for $1000.
The Boys are claiming mission accomplished with having a great week, and President Joe Biden is claiming mission accomplished in Afghanistan. The CDC is recommending full, in-person instruction, and Michael Avenatti absolutely humiliated himself during his sentencing. A city engulfed by violence is now begging the federal government for help, and Obama's ethics chief slammed Biden over a reported move to keep Hunter's art buyers secret. Toyota says it will stop donating to Republicans who questioned the election, and it is now socially acceptable to walk your cat. A Lincoln Project founder is convinced that the Capitol riot is “profoundly more dangerous” than 9/11, and Heinz wants to force hot dog and bun companies to sell ten-packs. Universities are openly scamming young people, and the federal government is quietly setting up a new surveillance bureau. Ryan Fujitani returns for his Friday cinema update, and we're celebrating the follicly-challenged with The Friday Five -- Best Bald Musicians.
MVC&R have been vaccinated, but Dr. Anthony Fauci wants you to get over it, and get yourself vaccinated. Job openings stayed at a record high of 9.2 million in May, and a top fact checker debunks the Biden administration's claims that Republicans want to defund the police. The Biden administration will shift nearly $1 billion in COVID funds, in order to fund housing for migrant children at the border. President Joe Biden claims he created millions of jobs, and the HHS Secretary says it is the government's business to know if you're vaccinated. Boris Becker is catching heat for daring to say a tennis player's fiancée is “very pretty,” and Chicago schools are offering condoms to fifth graders. The NSA was in fact checking in on Tucker Carlson, and China says Japan is, “Digging its own grave.” A burglar broke into a house, made waffles, blew up the bathroom, and also did laundry.