tomorrow, we'll bring you the survivor story we told you about. we ran out of time with the presser. these are challenging times, folks. thank you for trusting us as your news source here where figure figure fox news found the investigation has taken several different terms where the husband may have radicalized the buy. >> and there was about 30,0$30, in estimate of bomb making material and bullets and say that trail may have led outside the united states and looking at the possibility the couple was planning on hitting a second target. >> the soft target they hit
where they killed 14 people and injured another 21 may have actually been the first of two intended. >> we did hear from a first responder who went to that horrible site. >> the situation was surreal. >> it was something i don't think again we prepare for. >> they try to-an active shooter they talk about sensory overload, they throw everything at you to prepare you for dealing with that, what you're seeing, what you're hearing, what you're smelling. >> it was all of that and more. >> the saudi arabian government says the couple was there last year for nn days and there's a chance they may have been engaged in mecca. >> i'll be back throughout the evening. >> now, back to "hannity." "hann" welcome to hannity tonight. the threat posed by radical islamists in america is real and being ignored by your president, president obama. now while law enforcement is
still investigating yesterday's shooting in san bernardino, california, we're learning more about the suspects. now a source briefed on the investigation is now told fox news that siyed farook did have contact with individuals who were previously the subject of fbi terrorist investigations. they say manufacture the cases have since been closed. and reuters is also reporting the saudi embassy in washington is saying that farook traveled to saudi arabia for nine days in july of 2014. now the fbi also said earlier today that farook traveled to pakistan while adding that his wife was in the u.s. on a visa and had a pakistani passport. keep in mind radical islamic threats are now increasing. now we know that are tl are investigations into isis in all 50 states and the president told you, the american people noshgts to worry about isis striking our home land. watch this. >> what i try to do is to make sure the people understand the
threat is real. we have to be vigilant. but we also can't panic and we can't respond out of fear. isil is not going to pose a threat us to. they are a dangerous organization like al qaeda was. but we have hardened our defenses. our homeland has never been more protected by more effective intelligence and law enforcement professionals at every level than they are now. >> the president once again underestimating this enemy and just hours before last month's deadly paris attacks, remember that was carried out by isis. the president made this shocking claim. watch this. >> from the start, our goal has been first to contain and we have contained them. they have not gained ground in iraq. and in syria, they'll come in. they leave. but you don't see the systematic
march by isil across the terrain. what we have not yet been able to do is to completely decapitate their command and control structures. >> also, we cannot forget it was back only in 2014 the president said, "the analogy that we use around here sometimes and i think it's accurate that is if a jv team puts on a lakers uniform that, doesn't make them kobe bryant." well, the jv team has struck again. the author of "crippled america: how to make america great again," donald trump. now we don't know the association here mr. trump. fwhut is an important question. how can our president be so wrong, so often on so many issues involving our safety, the jv team? they're contained. they're not a threat to america. the president won't say radical jihadists. they won't say radical islam. what is it about this president at this point it almost seems
pathological? >> well, perhaps he's incompetent. we have a president that didn't know what he's doing. i think perhaps you could actually say hard to believe but we have somebody that is incompetent. wasn't meant for the position but he's there and we have him for another year. a little more than a year if you think. and we're stuck with him, i guess, for a little while. hopefully the right decision is going to be made. but we'll see. but hopeful lit right decision is going to be made and we'll have an amazing leader, a great leader and somebody that's going to do the job and do it properly in every respect. i mean we're not only talking about isis, we're talking about on trade. we're talking about on border. we're talking about on obama care which is turning out to be a total catastrophe, it's a disaster. you look at what is happening with rates. we're talking education. we're talking about everything, sean. we're not just talking about isis. isis right now is the hot topic. and the man doesn't have a clue. >> you know, we now have reports
out there all day to day, law enforcement officials saying that siyed farook was apparently radicalized and in touch with -- and being investigated by the fbi, people investigated for the international terrorism incidents even though the case maze be closed, it makes you wonder how come they keep missing these things? and then you have to raise the question about the president in spite of what james clapper is saying and the fbi director is saying and intelligence officials are saying. bringing in syrian refugees when isis we know wants to infiltrate that population. what is your response to that? >> well, he doesn't even want to use the term the proper term to describe these people. and, you know, if you're not going to use the term and you're not going to define them correctly, you're never going to solve the problem. he doesn't use the term. he doesn't really know. i don't know. somebody told me before they think he has bad intentions. let's assume he doesn't have bad intentions. i just don't think he knows what he's doing. i think it's gotten to a point
where it's embarrassing. he's over there talking about global warming. global warming is our biggest problem. they want to blow up our country and our cities. they want to knock down our buildings. and he's worried about global warming. so, you know, we have somebody that's not in touch. >> he's talking about the weather and meanwhile, i was stunned, former cia director's comments where he said the very financial foundation that is making isis rich, the oil wells that, they made a conscious decision not to cut off their finances but they didn't want to have environmental damage. is that a duty the proper description of that? how do you describe it? >> well, you know, i've been saying this for three years. he actually put people out to say that's not a good idea. some of the generals said that's not a good idea. i've been saying it for years on your show. i think you'll confirm that. and he's just been saying oh, no, that's not a good idea. now as soon as paris happens,
they start hitting the oil. they should have done it two years ago. you wouldn't have isis probably. because that's a great source of their wealth. i said keep the oil. i said hit the oil but keep the oil. we wouldn't do that. why would we do a thing like that? so anyway, they're starting to hit the oil. and that will be good. you know, the interesting thing is the ones that hit the oil first was france. but i did hear that there were reports that environmentally they had big environmental concerns because by hitting the oil, you'll put things into the atmosphere and that would be bad for the world. so i mean the whole thing is so preposterous. it's hard to believe. i will tell you part of the reason the wall was never built on our southern border is because they had environmental impact statement problems. and that's a hard one to believe also. >> then let me -- let's go over the time line here. january 2017. donald trump was sworn in as president. how do you deal with isis?
what are the first moves you make? what are the moves you make to secure the border? what are the moves you make in terms of people with visas from countries where maybe they practice shah reea law and there's a clash of culture? >> well, i can talk about that question for about three hours to be honest with you. that's a big question in terms of there's a lot of things you're going to do. we're going to get rid of his executive order allowing people to just pour into our country unabetted where our great border patrol. and they are a braet border patrol. i spent a lot of time with them. but they're told to stand down. don't do anything. people walk right front of them and they're standing there. they want to do something. people are pouring into the country. so, you know, we've had some pretty good luck legally on that one in the courts recently. but he's got executive orders that immediately terminate them. i hit isis very, very hard. i'd check the visa situation. i want people to have to be the right people coming into the country. and i want people coming in. but this he have to come in legally. >> would you go through every
visa? >> you have to. >> let me ask you about that. if you grow up under the law where women can't drive. they can't even go out in public. the very restrictive laws that they live under,en into saudi arabia. it is the antithesis of our constitutional republic. how do you ascertain if it's a syrian refugee, how do with ascertain whether they want to bring tlir values that they grew up with them or they want to assimilate and enjoy the new breadth of freedom that they never enjoyed before? i don't think it's possible to determine that. >> they do want to bring their values f we were going over, there we would want to bring our values in all fairness. that's the way it goes. >> i believe in american exceptionalism. >> just look at what happened recently when i made the statement about, you know, dancing on the roofs and the streets of new jersey. i mean, now it's been validated. so many people have come out and
said that's right, hundreds of calls. and they have so much information now. for most part, people have been reporting it. a lot of them have not reported it the way they should be. you've been amazing. you've been so honest about it. but i've been proven right. everybody wanted know apologize. now i've been proven right. and, you know, it's the way it is. look, they have their customs. that's the way it is. i'm not even blaming them of that. the question is, is this country prepared to do that? are we prepared to go? you know, like they're talking about the syrian refugees coming in. shawn, who knows who these people are? there's no documentation. there's no proof whatsoever. i've seen on lots of shows including yours where you have really good police and police types. and they're saying there's absolutely no way of verifying where these people are coming from. so it could be the greatest of all trojan horses. we just don't know. you're not talking about big percentages. if five people come in, the wrong people, we've got ourselves some big problems. >> but how could a president, knowing that his own national
director of intelligence, fbi director, assistant fbi director, thinks general in charge of strategizing to defeat isis are all saying what you just said and he's not listening? you were right. even dan rather had reported on it. pablo guzman, "the washington post," the ap, the star ledger announced it in some capacity and celebrating on 9/11. now you say we have to take out the families of those abroad that are attack americans and have affiliated themselves with these terror groups. do you want to expand on that? >> look at the world trade sen center. the animals that knocked do you remember the world center killing thousands of people and permanently destroying so many families and the destruction and everything. forget the money. the money was massive. look at the people that we killed. these people put their wives and whatever, they put their family but they put their wives on
airplanes a day or two before, all going back xecht fexcept fo one to saudi arain yachlt and they're all going. in other words, they're leaving. those wives, i guarantee you, those wives knew everything that was going to take place. and they probably said to themselves, let's go home and watch our husbands knock down the world trade center, the pentagon, and almost wherever the other plane was landing except we had some very brave passenger onz that plane, frankly. but wherever that plane was going to hand, it ended up in a field in pennsylvania. bu went home. i say take him out. take him out. the thing, they supposedly don't care about their lives. i say they're chicken and they do care about their lives. but supposedly they don't care about their lives. but they do care about their families' lives. that's one thing i am so certain. they know and they care about their families' lives. their family, in particular the
wives, know everything that's going on. and i guarantee you every one of those wives went back home and they wanted to watch you on television, the destruction that their husbands were going through. >> that's chilling. >> i say take them out. >> i actually agree with you. you also, i want to go back to the five people out of the 10,000 syrian refugees that president wants to take in against the advice manufacture smart intelligence officials in our government. if in fact five of those people commit acts of terror and kill americans, wouldn't that mean the president has blood on his hands? >> well, look, the president is somebody, you know, you could say he's a fool in a certain way. because everybody is saying don't do it. he's very arrogant. he's very stubborn. he doesn't want to listen to anybody. and he's so wrong. and he's so wrong. by the way, the 10,000 is it not a real number. the 10,000 is going to be much more. i've been saying 200,000. the 10,000 is a fictitious number.
if you watch this democrat debate and it is actually democrat debate, not democratic debate. they put it democratic because it sounds better. but if you watch the democrat debate, you would see that number that they mentioned was 65,000. now he's mentioning 10,000. let me tell you, they're going to bring hundreds of thousands. but if you look at the debate -- i believe the number is 65,000 that they use in the debate. hillary clinton, she is another -- force. >> in terms of refugees, not all from syria. the number is 355,000. we tried toad indicate about but they didn't learn. all right, donald trump. stay right there. we'll have more with the presidential contender when we come back. and then later tonight, do we need to start spying on mosque with ties to extremists in america? we'll debate that controversial issue plus tonight -- >> we don't know what the motives of the shooters are. but what we do know is that there are steps we can take to make americans safer.
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welcome back to "hannity." we continue with the author of "crippled america: how to make america great again." you dominated throughout the entire summer and now throughout the entire fall. less than two months away from the iowa caucuses. there's been a little bit of a shift. ben carson has gone down a little bit. rubio and cruz are coming up. you were kidding around with cruz saying if he gets too close, i'm going to have to come
after you. how do you assess the race now snt numbers seem to be in the high to mid 30s fairly regularly. >> well, i'm winning by a lot every poll. i mean every single poll i'm winning every state. i'm winning all of the national polls. you see the ones that just come out. some big polls are komg out very soon. i think i'll probably do well there. i'm having tremendous enthusiasm. i go to these meetings. we have 10,000, 12,000, 15,000 people. we get by far the big environment groups. much bigger than anybody including bernie sanders. you know, we've always had bigger than him. it's been an amazing -- it's like a love fest. it's like a movement going on. people are tired of stupid people running a country that it's horrible what's going on. i listen to you and others. all you have to do is read the papers. >> america is in decline. >> stupidity. >> america is in decline and it doesn't need to be. >> let me ask you. >> you're right 100%. >> you said about the next debate, a cnn debate that you
might not go. you want the networks to make it more money because of the higher ratings. and you said why doesn't cnn take e$5 million and give to t wounded warriors. what's your reaction? >> i'd like to do it. i said i would certainly be willing to give that a shot to get them to pay. they're making a fortune. look, i'm not saying it. i will tell you variety. if you look at the trade magazines, they're saying that trump is the one that added. you know, they used to be terribly rated. now they're getting 24 million people to watch it. it's the biggest stuff on television. i say they should take the enormous profit and give it to the wounded warriors and vets. i want to do. that the problem is if i do it, if i actually strike -- they'll absolutely fold 100%. but if i actually did it and they didn't fold, it would be, you know, i'm the front run bier a lot. i think you'll confirm that by a lot. and, you know, i don't want to
be watching it and having them say chicken and trump was afraid to debate. i think i won the first debates. the on line polls of drudge and who is a great guy by the way. but drudge and "time" magazine and everyone sid won the first debate. i don't want to be in a position write don't do it and they say trump was chicken. i just don't want to take that chance. so it's up to them. i think they should make a major contribution to the wounded warriors personally. they're make ag fortune. they used to get like $4,000, i know for the second debate, $4,000 for a 30 second ad. now they're getting $250,000. >> a lot of money. >> so they're making a fortune. they should make a contribution to the wounded warriors in my opinion. i don't want to be accused ever of being a chicken, right? >> i don't know if that's an adjective that is going to stick you to. >> it's never happened before. i can tell you that. >> both the hill and forbes
reported about a meeting of big donors how fast belaire hotel in california. big republican donors. sitting around a table saying oh, if donald trump gets the nomination, they may not support you. and meanwhile, the nrsc sent out a memo telling candidates, by the way warning them that you might win and by the way, you should adopt some of donald trump's both rhetoric, how he dresses, the way he uses twitter. so kind of conflicting. what do you say to establishment people that would the no support you because you're an insurgent? >> first of all, the one memo sent that was a great compliment. i've only been doing this for five months. they've been telling long term politicians how to act. they have to act like trump and dress like trump and talk like trump. i mean it's going to be a little bit hard for them to get 10 million people on twitter. i have 10 million people between facebook and twitter.
the other one is a group of people whoi don't really know. but they were sort of -- there is a lot of jealousy and anger going on. nobody's ever seen anything like. this one of the really great and big reporters called me up and said how does it feel? this has never happened before. but, look, i built a great company. you saw that in the filings. i filed. people are really impressed and really amazed at how great the company s that's the kind of thinking we need in our country, what we're doing is, you know, the deals we're making. this crazy dweel iran where we're giving them $150 billion. sergeantberg dal sergeant bergdaln the new fox poll, i beat hillary clinton
easily. that's a very important element. not only am i leading, but i also beat hillary clinton one-on-one. >> right. i think ultimately they'll come around. if they don't, that's okay. i'm self funding my campaign. i don't need their contributions. i don't need them telling me what to do because they have a company where they want to rip off the country. i'm self funding my own campaign. i'm the only one doing it. i think they're not very happy about it. they won't have control. i won't be a puppet like the other guys that are all puppets. >> good to see you. thank you for being with us. trying times. we have to turn the country around. there's no doubt about it. thank you for being here. >> you're right. thank you very much. >> coming up, liberals already trying to politicize pretty sickening the san bernardino shooting. the government starts spying on mosques here in america that may have ties to extremists.
california, are in shock that two of their neighbors carried out deadly mass shoot lz. last night one worker said he noticed a half dozen middle eastern men in the area in recent weeks but decided not report anything since he didn't wish to racially profile those people. he went on to say, "now we see them leave when they were raiding at apartment. so political correctness prevent the atrocity from being stopped? it is time to start spying on some mosques that we believe have radical ties? joining us now, the author of the complete infidel's guide to isis, robert spencer and from the muslim community, harris zofar is us with. all right. if you go back, robert, and look -- remember the kid with the block bomb. remember the mrc that a man on the street and showed the device to 50 people, all 50 people thought it was a bomb. the teacher reported it. look at all the trouble the teacher got in. then you have this case where people see a lot of suspicious activity. they don't want to be accused of being racially profiling.
they don't say a word. are we at a point that maybe this act could have been stopped if people would have just spoken up but fear of political correctness prevented them? >> there's no doubt about it, sean. absolutely. this goes back years. the fort dixie and there was a young man that uncovered the plot and he also was afraid to go to police initially for fear of being called racist. groups like the hamas linked council on american islamic relations and others tried to stigmatize them as racism and bigotry. we see with the neighbor how successful they have been. and the whole moral of the story of that clock host bomb that young man brought to school is if you see something, say something unless it's a muslim. anybody who now who knows that -- who realize what's happened in that case is going to be afraid to go to authorities. they'll know it will be career suicide to do so.
>> we're now at the point where pc, harris, is silencing people and can have lethal consequences. now i know a lot of people. i know your community by the way is outspoken against radical islamists. but even this president is too cowardly to say the words radical islamist or radical jihad or radical islamic terror. there's a mysterious reluctance and resistance that is almost pathological now. i would even argue is putting people in danger. do you agree with that? >> well, thanks for having me. our belief is that it does -- the competition is a nuance that it deserved. on the one hand, we do understand. we do agree that terrorism and violence and murder does violate explicit teachings of the koran. it is unfair to say that islam or religion has no role to play because groups do use islam or religion to but if i and otherwise the ideology and
recruitment. >> but the reality is raz call islamists at war with us? they're at war with europeans and the western world. there is a clash of cultures here. this is something that america has to come to grips w if you grow up in a country under sharia law. okay. women can't drive. women have to dress a certain way. women can't go out in public without a male relative. in other countries, women need four mail male eyewitnesss to prove rape. if you grow up in that country, how do we ascertain if somebody is willing to assimilate, that he want the breadth of freedom and new life for themselves and their family or if they want to bring their ideas, their culture with them? because i don't think can you read hearts and minds or ascertain what people's hearts are, do you? >> the way that we -- we're trying to pass this forward ideology is by defining what we
call true. do they agree with the true islam? >> you can't deny. your religion is being hijacked. >> which is why we're talking about muslims and nonmuslims tell us who agrees with the definition of true islam? >> robert, there's a problem. radical -- robert, radical islamists take the words out of the koran and use it to justify killing. christians or jews for your friends, jihad, infidel, they take it literally. they look at the life of mohammed, a warrior. his life, his background. and they feel that they ought to replicate the califate, correct? >> yes, that is the lure that has drawn 30,000 muslims from aren't world to go to iraq and syria to join the islamic state. they read the same koran including at least 250 muslims from the united states.
>> what about -- and this goes to the heart of -- hold on a second. this goes to the heart of the 10,000 refugees that the president wants to bring in from syria. our intelligence director, the director of national intelligence, our fbi director, assistant fbi director. other intelligence sources, robert. they say that isis will infiltrate the refugee community coming from syria. why would the president of the united states in light of paris and san bernardino gam wblt lives of the american people? >> it just seems as if he is refusing to acknowledge this problem at all. the islamic state has already boasted about placing jihadies among the refugees. they have warned their people. they have instructed their people, i should say, not to appear overtly islamic, to appear moderate and not dairy around a koran or go to mosque. just wait until they're called upon to commit mass murder in the name of islam. so there is absolutely no way to vet among these refugees and, of course sh the obama administration can't vet them anyway because they won't even
admit there is a jihad. how are they going to determine who the jihadies are among the refugees? >> absolutely. >> thank you both for being with us. we appreciate your time. coming up next on this busy news night right here on "hannity." >> we don't yet know what the motivesst shooters are. but what we do know is that there are steps we can take to make americans safer. >> it's inexplicable. the president and the liberal cohorts rushing to politicize yesterday's tragedy before we even know what was involved. so are democrats going to use looks like some folks have had it with their airline credit card miles. sometimes those seats cost a ridiculous number of miles... or there's a fee to use them. i know. it's so frustrating. they'd be a lot happier with the capital one venture card. our and you would, too! why? it's so easy with venture. you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase, every day. just book any flight you want then use your miles to cover the cost. now, that's more like it.
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"hannity." >> welcome back to "hannity," the it is yif of san bernardino comes to grips with the horrific shooting that took the lives of 14 innocent people and injured 21 more. well, you have some people on the left politicizing this tragedy. now yesterday president obama just after hearing the news this is what he does. >> we have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in the world. and there's some steps we can take not to eliminate every one of the mass shootings, but to improve the odds that they don't happen as frequently. we don't yet know what the motives of the shooters are. but what we do know is there are steps we can take to make americans safer. >> the president is not the only democrat who uses every opportunity that he can to push
through a radical gun control agenda. here's what hillary clinton said yesterday before the world learned about the san bernardino shooting. >> 90 americans a day die from gun violence, homicide, suicide, tragic avoidable accidents. 33,000 americans a year die. it is time for us to say we're going to have comprehensive background checks. we're going to close the gun show loophole. we're going to close the on line loopholes, close the immunity for the gun makers and sellers. >> joining us now with reaction, the editor in chief laura ingraham and josh horowicz. josh, let me ask a simple question. i've been a pistol marksman since i'm 11 years old. i have license carry permits in rhode island, alabama, georgia and new york. if there is ever a moment in your life where a crazy radical
islamist comes into shoot you, you would want me in the room with you armed with my weapon? >> well, i don't know your level of training. >> i've been trained since i'm 11. iams i'm a marksman, sir. >> if you train regularly -- >> you'd like me there, wouldn't you? >> there actually was a concealed carry person on scene last time and too confusing for them. i think we need to divorce thish u of whether we need -- >> i don't think so. it's a reality. it's a reality lives can be saved. in other words, when they were reloading the clips and shooting 75 bullets, laura, at innocent people, that might have been a moment where they could have been taken down. they weren't wearing bullet-proof vests. >> first of all, sean, i'd like to be in the room with you. i'm just going to be on the record saying. that whether you're trained every day, whether you train six months ago or whether you're a law-abiding citizen with a pragmatic prudence of self-defense, we have a lot of americans today who are watching
the show who are living in fear. they're in high crime areas where it's very difficult to purchase a gun. very difficult for many single women to own firearms in in m. metropolitan areas. the most vulnerable americans are the ones that suffer most from this reflective attitude that guns are the problem. i reject any opportunity that the left is taking to blame law abiding gun owners or the second amendment folks through what happened yesterday. it was a horrific act by criminal people of an islamic background. we'll find out what that had to do with all of this. but, you know, shifting this to some gun control argument is predictable and not helpful at all. i'm sure josh is a great guy. but josh, we're leaving people vulnerable out. there gun control will do nothing to save the lives of innocent people. >> the bigger question, is you talked about, you know, i listened to the last section. you already talked about how the folks are probable terrorists. i don't know. that let's say they are. why are we making it so easy for
them to get firearms? there are two questions here. i get. that but the bigger question is we have people on the terrorist watch list today who are able to buy firearms. how can we allow terrorists to get firearms especially assault weapons in this country? we need to do a far better job. so we need -- these are two different questions. i understand the self-defense question. but we are allowing people who are dangerous, where there are people that have violent histories of crimes or people on the terrorist watch group, why are we allowing them to do that. >> you must know something i don't know. i call this the no fly law. the no fly list or the terrorism list. if people cared about all these issues if, josh cared about this criminality in the united states, i'm sure you'd be leading the charge to shut down the border, close up this migration of criminals in the streets today. i don't hear any of the anti-gun people out there talking about the 179,000 criminal alien who's are now on our streets. so forgive me if i don't think
there is a lot of credibility on this issue. we have a criminal problem in the united states. we do not have a gun owner problem in the united states. these were criminals. they had pressure cooker it looks like technology bombs. you don't have to go to a gun store to get a pressure cooker the last time i checked. >> we have to leave it. there laur yashgs well done. thank you. appreciate it. coming up next, here on "hannity." >> gunshot! those are gun shots! >> oh, yeah! >> those are gun shots! >> when we come back, more reaction to yesterday's shooting in san bernardino, plus we'll play you video that proves why cops lives matter. we'll show you bravery. if you haven't seen it, it will amaze you and inspire you amaze you and inspire you straight ahead. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424. or visit your24info.com.
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>> sean, i've been to many police officers' funerals and they're good friends of mine. and every day, these great men and women go out to protect and take care of us. i tell everyone if you see a police officer, thank them. because they're out there making it safe for us to go to church, for our kids to go to school, for us to go to work. >> i want to ask you a different question. i want to put up the new york daily news headline today this, is so outrageous. they put republican tweets out saying they're in our thoughts and prayers. god isn't fixing this. the other new york tabloid, the new york post put up muslim killers and terror in california. you're conferenced this is terror? >> i call this, last night i questioned it. i saw the evidence can 12 bombs, i texted you this morning saying
do you know what? i'm 100%. >> 6:00 a.m. >> this is a terrorist attack. you know what? take the firearms away. what are you going to do with the 12 damn bombs? what are you going to do? stop selling stuff to make bombs next? this is the most-ridiculous thing. and democrats jumping on the band wagon. we have 14 dead people and 20 people not going home for christmas. this really upsets me. >> let me ask pam this question. you're talking about 15 pipe bombs, 15 rounds of ammunition, and equipment to make eids. you have the pakistani passport. the father saying he's a devout muslim and the report that he had been radicalized, what is an intelligent person supposed to conclude? >> everything points to terrorism. of course it points to terrorism. the investigation has to conclude, but everything we're hearing and seeing now, that is what it's demonstrating.
you know, sean, guns, they're politicizing it and shame on them for criticizing us for wanting to pray for the victim. they put us -- >> in florida because of your support for the second amendment. >> i get attacked all the time. i believe in the second amendment. >> last word? >> you have got this valerie jared running this country in the oval office. i want to tell you. that one, too. >> valerie -- >> i don't care what her name is. >> we have to get the fbi director to say this was an act of terrorism. >> all right. thank you both for being with us. pam, good
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