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All In With Chris Hayes

we know from previous court cases the rioters used and i quote here stun gains, pepper spray, baseball bats and flagpoles to attack police. some of them even carried guns on them or had firearms nearby in their vehicles. but even with all of that on the record, there's still people including members who were inside the capitol that day trying to wave it all that away, downplay the insurrection. take ron johnson, and actual united states center who today is still ignoring all the evidence defending the vicious rioters. >> i asked the question the fbi agent, how many firearms were confiscated either in the capital or an capitol grounds? i don't know the answer. for all i know, was gonna be 1000. no, zero. zero. now some of the protesters did teach us all how you can use flagpoles, that kind of stuff as weapons. but to call what happened on january 6th and armed insurrection, i just think is not accurate. you saw the pictures inside

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parole board would vote for. you look at philadelphia, which just passed its all-time record for carjackings. over 1000 carjackings. we still have three months to go. people have to stop and take a deep breath. my brother lives in pennsylvania said to me, we are a lot more scared of fetterman then we are of new jersey. he thinks doctor oz will win just because despite every attack on doctor oz in the end he's the candidate of lower prices. he's the candidate of affordable gasoline. he's the candidate of energy jobs in western pennsylvania. he's the candidate of locking up criminals and protecting the innocent. these issues are crushing the democrats and they are being to pivot as joe biden did in philadelphia in an astonishingly negative vicious speech. he has nothing to say that is positive. >> let's go back to georgia a second. you know the state well. you know the news that came out

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All In With Chris Hayes

were inside the capitol that day trying to wave it all away, downplay the insurrection. take ron johnson, and actual united states center who today is still ignoring all the evidence in defending the vicious rioters. >> i asked the question to the fbi agent, how many firearms were confiscated either in the capitol or on capitol grounds? i don't know the answer. for all i know, it was gonna be 1000. no, zero. zero. now some of the protesters did teach us all how you can use flagpoles, that kind of stuff as weapons. but to call what happened on january 6th an armed insurrection, i just think is not accurate. you saw the pictures inside the capitol, i saw that. the armed insurrectionists stayed through the roped lines in the rotunda. >> hopefully senator johnson was paying attention today on day two of the trial when we learned just how violent the oath keepers wanted the day to be. that's next.

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pay any more. i suppose it is caettin pay any more. i suppose it is getting the _ pay any more. i suppose it is getting the balance - pay any more. i suppose it is getting the balance right i pay any more. i suppose it is getting the balance right is l pay any more. i suppose it is i getting the balance right is what the chief executive has to deal with. , , ., ,, , ., , with. some supermarkets have been criticised for — with. some supermarkets have been criticised for removing _ with. some supermarkets have been criticised for removing some - with. some supermarkets have been criticised for removing some of- criticised for removing some of their cheaper products, notjust their cheaper products, not just tesco their cheaper products, notjust tesco others. in a slight response to that tesco said a range of 1000 products, they guaranteed to lock the price until 2023. what we are talking about is figures for the first half of the year. second half of the year, budgets are squeezed even more. christmas coming up. that puts pressure on household budgets. you are not the first to mention it. thank you. we have some stunning and sometimes shocking pictures now. the ocean photographer of the year awards always produces some stunning images of life beneath the waves — but this year's competition has seen a shift in focus to the impact of humans on marine life. the winner was this beautiful

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to no service today. the tube, the elizabeth line and 0verground will continue to run as normal. line and 0verground will new figures show the record summer heatwave saw visitor numbers drop into the centre of the capital. the high streets data service stats suggests that on the day london reached 40 degrees celsius, visitors to central london fell to about three—quarters of the previous month's total. the mayor said that the drop in footfall was "to the detriment" of businesses. plans to build 19—storey tower blocks and a new shopping centre in southeast london have been withdrawn after thousands of local objections. the scheme at the walnuts in 0rpington would have provided nearly 1,000 new homes alongside a new town square and elderly day care centre. a spokesperson for the developer said it remained "fully committed to providing a vibrant and distinctive town centre". campaigners trying to save a decaying plane from the scrapheap say they're heartbroken after running out of time to raise the money they need to rescue it. the handley page dart herald

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use our electricity, our water, and the products are here. so it's an amazing resource. lynsey, the school's safeguarding officer, used to support only a small number of families known to social services. not any more. we've got, you know, working families who aren't eligible for free school meals, but they can't afford to pay for the child's school meal. what happens then? debt increases. do you have that figure? do you know what that figure is? has it increased ? i know for certain that there is one family that have in excess of £1,000 worth of debt. they send their children to school. i can't not feed their children, can i? and this isn't families exploiting you. no, those families are families that are doing their very best, trying to get out of the cycle that perhaps their parents have had. love you, see you at 3.00, be good now. | see you at 3.00, babe. alex's childhood was hard. marred by domestic violence, she'd love much more for her son. i want him to have -

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"i cannot grieve for my son, there's no time," she says. "i need to find work and food to keep my other children alive." listening to her is her 11—year—old son. the mention of his brother is too much for him. 0ne family among millions now wrestling with drought, war and our climate emergency. andrew harding, bbc news, baidoa, somalia. let's speak now to richard blewitt from the british red cross. i think you have recently returned from somalia. tell us what you witness. i from somalia. tell us what you witness. . ., ., , witness. i travelled in two regions. i travelled witness. i travelled in two regions. | travelled 1000 _ witness. i travelled in two regions. i travelled 1000 kilometres - witness. i travelled in two regions. i travelled 1000 kilometres off - witness. i travelled in two regions. i travelled 1000 kilometres off the | i travelled 1000 kilometres off the road to visit five villages and i saw women losing energy. i saw that half the village was made up of

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BBC News

at herfuneral, women ripped their headscarves off in solidarity. with restrictions on reporting on the ground, videos shared online are vital evidence in understanding how things are unfolding. the bbc and independent media are not allowed to report from iran, butjournalists across bbc persian and bbc monitoring have been gathering videos from social media and speaking to witnesses, tracking where protests broke out in the first few weeks. by using landmarks like this monument and these signs and checking it against satellite images and pictures of the streets, the team can pinpoint the location of protests. we've analysed more than 1000 videos and compared our work to reporting from the armed conflict location and events data project, verifying at least 300 protests

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last week. tesco are doing so today. it has reported a 10% fall in underlying profits in its retail operations, said this was down to of things. as you said, that switch from branded products to cheaper own label ranges. customers putting fewer items in their baskets, people moving into frozen from fresh food, so volumes are down. and of course, tesco, like all the other supermarkets, are trying to absorb a lot of these huge cost price pressures that they are facing. tesco are also saying today that it is increasing pay for staff for the second time in a year. that is an extra 20p an hour, taking total pay up extra 20p an hour, taking total pay up around 8% for the year. it has also announced a price freeze today on more than 1000 products. the ceo of tesco warned about significant uncertainties ahead about how consumers are going to continue to

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New Day With John Berman and Brianna Keilar

they could have on the winter season. what does the analysis say? >> we know that the viruses tend to spread more as the weather gets cooler and dryer. so covid is still around. that's very clear. what this analysis did, this was from the commonwealth fund and yale. they said, look, if you stay at the current booster rate, what's going to happen? and what they expect is that, you know, we'll peak around 1,000 deaths per day again some time over the fall and winter. if we increase eligible to closer to 50%, which is around flu vaccine uptake, then we could potentially save 75,000 lives if we get closer to 80%, 90,000 lives could be saved by the end of march, the end of winter. so these are the numbers out there. it still boggles my mind a little bit we haven't seen more protective measures taking place in the form of boosters.

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