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>> sean: welcome to "hannity." we will check in with newt gingrich, monica crowley and ainsley earhardt. continuing the ongoing investigation into whether russia meddled in our presidential election. earlier president trump called out the clintons for their alleged ties to russia. the old left radical anti-trump propaganda media will not be covering. but we will. that is tonight's opening monologue. so last night, president trump took to twitter and wrote...
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putting aside the embarrassing russian reset strategy, the hillary clinton trie to enact a state. that is irrelevant right now. i want to focus directly on what could be the single most connection between the clintons and russia. in other words, the rarely covered scandal. ted koppel probably did not cover it. for weeks, we've been telling you there is zero evidence of this 8-month-old media conspiracy narrative that president trump and his campaign were secretly colluding with putin and the russians. zero evidence. i want to focus on the real scandal that is rarely covered by the salt left propaganda destroy trump media. it does involve the clintons and an enormous mining company called uranium one. let me give you some background. it is a canadian-based
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multinational operation, the extract uranium a key material in nuclear weapons. they do it from asia, africa and australia. uranium one is responsible for one fifth of all uranium production right here in the united states. here's the back story. back in 2013, the company directly tied to the russian government purchased uranium one, a move by the way that was approved by hillary clinton state department. that is a very big deal. it allowed russia and vladimir putin to control 20% of all uranium production right here in the united states. you're thinking, that sounds weird, right? if you have not heard this before, you are probably watching the mainstream media. it gets a lot worse. even "the new york times" broke a bombshell report, the headliner was cash flow to clinton foundation amid russian uranium deal. according to the times finding, the chairman of uranium one made
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huge massive donations to the clinton foundation. the times writes as the russians gradually control uranium one, canadian records show a massive flow of cash made its way to the clinton foundation. while millions of dollars flowed into the clinton foundation, the times also reported that bill clinton racked up massive huge speaking fees in moscow. the times writes... mr. clinton received $500,000 for a moscow speech from a russian investment bank with links to the kremlin. that was promoting uranium one stock. right here in this program, clinton has, he provided even more information. remember, clinton and russia --
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putin and russia, and bill clinton, they got 20% of our uranium as a result of this deal. watch peter. >> the rate mike uranium one deal is the perfect example. which is insanity. there was how much paid and that they'll? >> when all is said and done -- yeah, sean, you have nine individuals connected with this tiny uranium company that wants to be sold to the russian government which hillary's state department signs off on in addition to other government agencies but no other government agency had a head who had nine individuals connected to that company, a combined $145 million to the clinton foundation. that is a massive conflict of interest. >> sean: a massive amount of money. a huge payback. they now control 20% of america's uranium. here is a big question, why aren't the democrats that have
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been pushing the theory that is false with no evidence, why aren't members of the alt radical left destroy trump media worried about the real alleged russian association? they are so worried about russia meddling in the election, isn't this far more worthy of an investigation? i wouldn't hold your breath. they are not trying to impugn the character of the house intelligence committee devin nunes, democrats were outraged after the congressman announced that he had briefed the president on new information that he had received that proved the obama administration did in fact surveilled president-elect trump and his transition team. chairman nunes said it was his duty to inform the president. up in arms because democrats learned nunes met his source on the white house grounds. it sounds nefarious. not really. congressman nunez said he did it in order to be near a secure
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location we could probably view the source. that is not good enough for liberal democratic snowflake lawmakers. many like nancy pelosi are calling for nunes to recuse himself like senator schumer calling for him to be replaced. this is nuts. >> if speaker ryan wants the house to have a credible investigation, he needs to replace chairman nunes. chairman nunes seems to be more of a partisan for the president than an impartial actor. he has not been cooperating like someone who is interested in getting to the unvarnished truth. >> sean: they don't care about the truth. neither does the media. congressman nunes, to his credit, is not backing down. >> are you going to stay as chairman? >> why would i not? you need to go ask them why these things are being said. >> can this investigation
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continue with you as chairman? >> why would it not? >> they are saying it cannot run. >> you've got to go talk to them. it sounds like their problem. my colleagues are perfectly fine. they know we are doing an investigation and that will continue. >> sean: speaker ryan was asked if nunes should recuse himself. he said no. you better be ready for the democrats, they will pull out every dirty trick out of their hats. the real story the media will not tell you. you want corruption? look at the hillary clinton foundation, the clinton family foundation, the money that went to bill's pockets and she had to sign off 20% of america's uranium? going to putin and russia? i thought the media was concerned about this? here with reaction, newt gingrich. mr. speaker, we've got one donation, $31 million from this
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ukrainian -- when you look at the money given over a period of time, millions were donated to the clinton foundation. bill gets twice his general speaking fee and hillary signed off on russia getting 20% of america's uranium. which is used to build nuclear weapons. your thoughts? >> it is very strange that both the house and senate intelligence committees are chaired by republicans and to get all the noise is about phony charges involving donald trump. you have real evidence as you pointed out, since then we have had all the wikileaks. an enormous amount of evidence. i do think it is legitimate for the american people to want to know about all this foreign money. where is it going? who is it going to? et cetera. a totally one-sided witch hunt
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by the elite media spurred on by liberals inside the permanent bureaucracy, and then with the shrill partisanship of schumer and pelosi. neither of them to the best of my knowledge ever called for an investigation of bill clinton's money, and investigation of uranium one. an investigation of all the different feelings. i think the country deserves a really thorough exploration of the issue of foreign money gradually corrupting our system. but that ought to be an evenhanded serious look and it has to include really delving into the clintons and their network of millions and millions of dollars. i am frankly mystified why the republican leadership in both house and senate have been so timid and unwilling. >> sean: that is a great question. it seems to me -- that is a quick pro quote. signing off on letting russia have ownership with 20% of our
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uranium? that is insanity to me. if donald trump did it, i guarantee you that what is now an eight month no evidence conspiracy, it would be watergate on steroids. let me ask you this. we now learn from james rosen and john solomon and sarah carter, all investigative journalists for decades that in fact there was surveillance at trump tower. and it went on in november, december, and january and it may have even happened before the election. time will tell. shouldn't that concern every american -- that there is surveillance and that probably the sitting president at the time, president obama and his closest aides knew exactly what was going on in trump tower and they didn't tell him? >> look, i think this whole process should concern everybody. the level of hostility to trump trump, the level of leaks which
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are felonies, clearly illegal. the whole process by which president obama apparently -- we ought to look at the decision on those. who decided -- remember, these are not hard, serious facts. they changed the rules. so you could pick up the dumbest, weirdest gossip and now you can distribute it to all the different agencies knowing that making that available almost guarantees it will leak. this is all done in early january after they lost the election. there is a whole series of these kind of things where you have to believe that the deep state and the obama team were in collusion, doing things designed to undermine and weaken the person who the american people elected to be president. i think it is very troubling. i think it deserves very serious investigation. >> sean: let me ask you an important question about
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health care. i think this was mishandled from the start. in other words, nobody in the congress got to see the bill. consensus was not billed ahead of time. rumors came out before the bill was released. people were vocal about it -- a public civil war emerges on tv because there is such disagreement. all right, what is the right thing for them to do now because this was a major promise. they had eight years to do this. to me, i think it was rolled out in the worst way imaginable. i am holding them accountable like i promised. how can they fix this? >> first of all, i just put on fox, a fairly long outt wrong and what we should now do, drawing on the lessons of eisenhower, reagan, thatcher and what we did with a contract for america. i think first of all they should pick up immediately and work on
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infrastructure because it will bring democrats into talk in a serious, practical way about working together. that opens the door, democrats talking about the tax bill. that sets the stage for a totally different health care. don't try to get it through -- >> sean: how did the get it without reconciliation? they're not going to get any democrats with that. >> if you are right and paul ryan is right and how bad obamacare is for rural america,o a better deal for north dakota, that is so vivid and so clear that senator up for reelection next year has no choice. he other votes for it or get beat next year. i am happy to wait if i have to until after we wipe out an entire wing of the democratic party to pass it in january or february of 2019. but a bad bill, i fight over the
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bill from everyday until now until the election. if we can do better for rural america, the senator from missouri has a real problem. from montana has a real problem. you can go down the list. there are eight or ten democrats were going to get wiped out. this anti-health care but that means house and senate republicans have got to focus on communication. this was as badly designed to process as i have seen. having run a number of elections. we are lucky that they did not vote last friday because that's bill was at 17% and they might have lost the majority next year if they put their people out to walk the plank. >> sean: all night. mr. speaker. we will see later. coming up, we are still calling on "cbs news" to release the full 45 plus minute sit down i did with ted koppel. just a few weeks ago. they only had 70 seconds. laura ingraham weighs in.
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general sessions, abiding by federal laws otherwise sanctuary cities may get federal funding cut off. but mayors are bowing to resist. >> if you could say one thing to your mom right now, what would it be a? >> i am really sorry i got arrested last night. >> what did you get arrested for? >> smoking that dope, yo. >> sean: exposing spring break, what these troubled kids are getting into. ainsley earhardt joins us. you may not want to give them the money next year. straight ahead. ans. businesses count on communication, and communication counts on centurylink. a heart attack doesn't or how healthy you look. no matter who you are, a heart attack can happen without warning. a bayer aspirin regimen can help prevent another heart attack.
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." at last night i told you how "cbs news" veteran ted koppel said i was bad for america. airf what was like a 50 minute sitdown interview taped earlier this month. this was not the first time that cbs has been called out for editing interviews. back in september of 2012 after the benghazi attack in libya that killed four americans, cbs sat down with president obama the day after that attack but when they first aired the interview, they didn't get into any details about benghazi. fast forward about a month during a debate with met romney.
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a terror attack from the very beginning, the president said he did. romney said he did not. it's cbs came the rescue and aired a previously un-aired clip from their interview with the president where he said this... >> it you are right that this is not a situation that was exactly the same with what happened in egypt. my suspicion is that there is involvement, looking to target americans from the start. >> sean: it appears to back up the president's claim that he called it terrorism from day one even though he really didn't. why didn't cbs include that in their original reporting? then a few weeks later, right before the 2012 election -- cbs quietly posted an extended clip of the benghazi conversation on their web site. watch this. >> mr. president, this morning you went out of your way to avoid the use of the word
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terrorism in connection with the libya attack. do you believe that this was a terrorist attack? >> it it's too early to know exactly how this came about. what group was involved but obviously it was an attack on americans. and we are going to be working with the libyan government to make sure we bring these people to justice. one way or another. >> it has been described as a mob action but there are reports that they were very heavily armed with grenades. that doesn't sound like your normal demonstration. >> as i said, we are still investigating exactly what happened. i did not want to jump the gun on this. >> sean: why did cbs wait so long to put that out when it was part of a debate a month earlier? were they trying to cover for the president? this is why we continue to demand for cbs to release the rest of the interview with me and ted koppel. joining us now, big smile on her
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face, laura ingraham. we have dealt with this our whole lives. in that particular case, they had the answer to a big question and a big debate. they would not air it. why? >> because it does not work with the cbs worldview. to play the entire oil at least a fairly edited representative tape of your interview hurts the worldview of the left which often times cbs amplifies and heirs, you do an aggressive show. you criticize republicans. you've held george bush accountable. you have talked about failures in communication, strategy and the current administration, the challenges they face and you are also a conservative. you're very candid that you are conservative.
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the problem with cvs and so many other news organizations is that they will mask the fact that mog for the network, most but not all, or liberals. the way they choose stories, the way they produce stories. the way they choose not to cover certain stories. it is always going to be done through a more liberal perspective and a liberal lens. you don't make any bones about the fact that you are a conservative. to make those more nuanced points, that kind of blurs what cbs really wants to do here. they want to delegitimize you, ted koppel has been up to this old trick, delegitimizing fox. he's been doing that for years. by giving interviews about how bad journalism today is. for years and years. you're just the most recent victim of it. >> sean: it is just sad. the reason they're not going to release this, laura, after the first question -- i gave a
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substantive answer and he said i'm not going to air that answer. you want my real opinion or not? why am i sitting here? i'm taunting him for the rest of the interview, are you going to edit that out, ted? of course they are not. they don't want to hear that part. >> what you have to do next time, if you ever agree, you have to have your own crew -- videoing. and saying list is both video it just for fun and then you release the whole thing. that has to be your ground rule. isn't that sad? the same thing with phone interviews. having permission to also tape this because i cannot trust you to do a representative, fair piece. in 2015, ted koppel told stephen colbert that he does often times more serious studies on serious subjects than other media figures. again, bemoaning a fractured nature of media. >> sean: i'm not holding my
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breath. laura, stay with us. we will hold have you here until the next segment. >> countless loved ones would not be grieving today if these policies of sanctuary cities were ended. it >> sean: jeff sessions calling on sanctuary cities to abide by federal law but some democratic mayors are vowing to resist. president trump signed the new executive order about energy independence. we get reaction from scott pruitt. and part two of our series exposing how dangerous spring break is for your kids. that's all straight ahead with ainsley earhardt. because i am cured with harvoni. harvoni is a revolutionary treatment for the most common type of chronic hepatitis c. it's been prescribed to more
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on the border. down 61% since inauguration. people coming in, down 61%. which is a tremendous number. my highest duty as president is the security of our people, the security of our nation. >> sean: that was the president earlier today. bowing to and sanctuary cities. yesterday, jeff sessions addressed this issue. watch this. >> deporting aliens who are convicted of criminal offenses, putting whole communities at risk. especially immigrant communities in the very sanctuary jurisdictions protecting the perpetrators. countless americans would be alive today and countless loved ones would not be grieving today if these policies of sanctuary cities were ended. >> sean: is some big city democratic mayors are vowing to fight this. joining us is monica crowley and
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laura ingraham. l.a., san francisco, chicago, new york. they want to aid and abet criminal aliens. i spoke to a father today. his 21-year-old son was killed in a convenient store by a criminal illegal immigrant that had previously raped and held and kidnapped a woman for an entire week. we did not deported and he ended up killing his son. >> during the campaign, the president was unafraid to speak very uncomfortable truths about illegal immigration and what he was going to do to enforce the law, enforce the border, protect the american people and our sovereignty. one of the main reasons why he is sitting in the oval office today. there is uniform immigration law under the federal government in this country. the supreme court for over a century has held that the federal government has exclusive power to make and enforce immigration law. >> sean: there is no statute of limitations. >> he is not doing anything
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outside the boundaries and by the way, when president obama was there he had the federal government wanting to enforce federal immigration law, being sued. now onto president trump, it is being resisted. trying to make states and cities enforce the law. >> sean: i look at this and i am saying this is aiding and abetting crime. if any of the three of us did this, i would be handcuffed, perp walked, mug mug shot ed, throw away the key and you would have to visit me with a cake. >> think about the rock fell rape case. these dogs were allowed to go free at the border. allowed to go free. they were held for a week and then released to their sponsors. when this happens under any president's watch, this policy,
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when this occurs, the individuals responsible for this policy -- i think they have blood on their hands. i think they really do. we have enough problems in the united states, enough crime committed by american citizens -- even if it is down in some cities, that is good news. but in places like baltimore and chicago, l.a. the poorest americans, the working poor who have already been dealt a difficult hand in many circumstances -- now we go to them and say we know a lot of these jobs were shipped overseas but we are going to put the welcome mat out for many of these illegal immigrants. many bringing in gang affiliations and drug problems, we are going to bring them in and to see how your life turns out. we feel like it is our noble duty to resist donald trump. we hope it works out for you. if someone in your family dies, i guess that is the price we have to pay. >> sean: thank you both as always. we will have you both back soon. coming up, today,
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president trump signed an executive order related to energy independence. i've been saying this for years. the epa administrator scott pruitt will join us next to explain what is going on and also later tonight... >> get ready to drink water because we are about to get hung over as [bleep]. you are going to die. >> sean: part two exposing spring break, your kids absolutely wasted and hammered and plastered. ainsley earhardt is here with that dangerousda report. e with y lose weight and keep it off. contrave is believed to work on two areas of the brain: your hunger center... (woman) i'm so hungry. (avo) to reduce hunger. and your reward system... (woman) ice cream. french fries. (avo) to help control cravings. across three long-term studies, contrave patients lost approximately 2-4x more weight than with diet and exercise alone. contrave is not for everyone. one ingredient in contrave may
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>> the action i am taking today will eliminate federal overreach. restore economic freedom. and allow our companies and workers to thrive, compete, and succeed on a level playing field for the first time in a long time, fellas. it has been a long time. i am taking historic steps to lift the restrictions on american energy. the reverse government and to cancel job killing regulations. >> sean: that was president trump speaking earlier today after keeping yet another campaign promise by signing a new energy independence executive order that will grow back the obama administrations energy regulations. here with us is scott pruitt. i have been saying for years, we have all this natural gas and coal and oil underneath our feet and we are begging countries
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that hate us for our energy, the lifeblood of our economy. explain what this executive order will do and what it will for -- >> the president as you indicated signed an executive order and how wonderful it was to see a collection of coal miners from across the country stand behind the president as he signed that executive order. it was a message across the country, we are going to do exactly what you said, sean. make sure that we are good stewards of natural resources actually harvest and use those resources to bless the american people. we sent a very progrowth, proenvironment message. that's what started today with the president's executive order. >> sean: let me ask. if you listen to the left especially al gore, this is the same al gore that i caught on a gulfstream three. one of the least energy
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efficient models of private aircraft in the sky. it sleeps 15 or 16. he got into his private limo. he recently suggested that the civil war in syria and brexit are caused by climate change. how do you answer this insanity? >> i think that is a keyword, sean. there has been a lack of common sense. a lack of sanity with respect with how we've done regulations in the last couple years. the environmental protection agency worked with states across the country to advance an environmental agenda that was about clean air and clean water but it also understood that we did not need to be antagonistic toward economic growth and jobs. we have seen a 65% reduction in air pollutants while at the same time, growing and economy. this past it administration made us put on jerseys and made us
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say if you are proenvironment, you are anti-energy. if your pro energy, you are anti-environment. the president is saying we are going to reject that narrative and have a different path forward. we will be progrowth and pro-jobs and proenvironment. will get back to epa original with them. advancing air and water quality but creating jobs. >> sean: many years ago, i was a contractor and i bought an old providence gas company van. it was the best $200 i have are spent my life. i fix that myself. i was able to do it. it was a vehicle that had a run -- this was back in the early '80s, it ran on natural gas. it runs cleaner than gasoline and we have more than the entire middle east has oil combined. to see america may be moving towards natural gas run vehicles? how much with the average american save in how many jobs will be created? >> i think it is happening.
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we are in the process of that technological resolution revol. she declared an end to the war on coal and fossil fuels. we have been blessed with a nation with natural gas. and the rest. that we use all forms of energy to generate electricity, so we can grow our manufacturing base, giving consumers the option with respect to fuel efficiency and choosing vehicles that are run on natural gas. a renewed focus. hydraulic fracking, making sure we take advantage of natural gas but also the last administration picked winners and losers. >> sean: how many millions of jobs will be created -- if we go with this all the above strategy, energy is the lifeblood of any economy. how many years would it take america to become fully energy independent and how many jobs
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will be created if we keep clean coal and natural gas and drilling and maybe even nuclear and new technologies that emerge as well? >> when you think about it, the keystone pipeline. what is great about what the president did today is it is going to unleash an american spirit with respect to energy innovation in the transportation network, and for -- >> sean: can you guess how many jobs will be created? >> you can't because of the manufacturing base that will be reinvigorated. the coal miners that were at the epa meeting today, they heard the president speak and were very emotional. their industry has been under assault for many years. for the first time in a long time, there is optimism and hope, it will create jobs across all sectors of the economy because of what the president did today. >> sean: this is a big day. this may be probably the single
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biggest jumpstart to the economy up to date that the president did. a huge win. you will come under fire but do not worry, i'm sure the civil war in syria and brexit is not a result of climate change. thank you for being with us. up next, tonight, right here on "hannity"... >> i'm just making out with guys. >> are you crying? >> no, i am not crying. >> sean: part two of our series on spring break. you will not believe what our parents caught on tape when we are at south padre island. ainsley earhardt will join us for . than warfarin, i'll go for that too. eliquis. eliquis reduced the risk of stroke better than warfarin, plus had less major bleeding than warfarin. eliquis had both. don't stop taking eliquis unless your doctor tells you to,
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." it last night we show to part one of our exclusive look about what is really happening at college spring break, students all across the country had to tropical destinations to let loose. we saw a lot of risk risky beh. what you are about to see it's shocking, you may want to tell the kids to go get some cookies. three, two, one. >> i'm really sorry i got arrested last night. >> what did you get arrested for? >> smoking that dope, bro.
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♪ >> when did you start drinking today? >> 12:00 p.m. >> get ready to drink water because you are about to be hung over as [bleep]. >> you are going to die. >> we started drinking at like 7:00 in the morning. >> what is the craziest thing you've done since you've been here? >> tell mike a lot of coke. >> are there a lot of people doing coke? >> drinking, doing anything. spring break. >> is there any molly? >> there is everything. yeah. anything you can think of. am i going to get arrested for this? >> it has have fun, get leap up. it's hard being an alcoholic 24/7 but i know you guys can do it. >> everyone here, they are insane. i'm never coming back.
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>> sex on the beach. >> that's a thing. a straight up thing. >> some guys gave them to make because they thought i was cute. >> my beads were free but if you have beats and it you not me, you are a -- . i made up with 14 people >> the best leap ever. >> i made out with guys, don't worry, mom. >> no, i am not crying. >> no one is winning in the situation. >> sean: joining us now,
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ainsley earhardt. they were talking about molesting, sex, cocaine, marijuana and to me, everybody is plastic. >> more people are now going to south padre island which is in texas. >> sean: did we chase them there from panama city beach? >> probably. they've got to find another place where everything goes and anything goes here. you are allowed to bring kegs on the beach here. you are not allowed to drink on the beach in panama city anymore. they are bringing kegs on the beach, four people died during texas week. it's the biggest week in the month of march. most of the universities have spring break that we could, it is between march 11th and march 18th. they had 100,000 people, those are estimated numbers. that weekend alone. >> sean: and four people died from what? >> four people died, there was a shooting at clayton beach bar. rock star beach and then there
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is clayton beach bar. they have concerts there. that's where the shooting happened, they do molly, cocaine, keg stands everywhere. we see them drinking alcohol off each other's body. >> sean: how may people end up in the hospital? >> i sure a lot. i don't have the number in front of me. >> sean: some of these people are not 21, all of this is going on. we got into this a little bit last night. people outside of the area, really bad people, they come in and it their idea is to prey on people. nobody knows they are selling ecstasy. it is not ecstasy it's not moll molly. it's not molly. >> that is twofold. we do not know what is in the drugs because it is synthetic and it's not exactly the same makeup with every match. therefore the officers last year were telling me in panama city that what happens there is you cannot arrest someone necessarily because it does not
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test as cocaine, doesn't test positive as molly. they do not know what's in these drugs. you are trusting these drug dealers to sell you stuff and you could die because nobody knows what is in the drugs. >> sean: so dangerous. a great as always. we did get the laws changed in panama city beach. the bar owners, they don't like us. >> but the parents do. keep the kids safe. >> sean: we have more "hannity" as we continue. we will get to your mean, spirited, hateful and some nice voice mails on the "hannity" hotline. straight ahead. er 45,000 jobs. and each job created by the energy industry supports two others in the community. altogether, the industry supports over 9 million jobs nationwide. these are jobs that natural gas is helping make happen,
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by the way, time to play those mean, horrible messages that you leave on the "hannity hotline" " let's hear it. >> sean: i'm not against fun, but when kids get alcohol poisoning, bad drugs because people are praying on them, girls have been raped, people have been killed. you don't have to be totally
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wasted to have fun. as far as being mean and hateful and negative, i try not to be. have something to say, nice, mean, doesn't matter. 877-225-8587. that's all the time we have left this evening. we'll see you again tomorrow night. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight... >> we are fighting for america. we are saying to those they are patriotic but turn a blind eye to the destruction he's about to cause this country. >> bill: maxine waters oncen again attacking president trump. but what exactly is the beef? talking points on the case. >> there was a very serious effort made by mr. putin to interfere in major ways with our basic fundamental democratic processes. in some corners of the world, that would be considered an act of war.. >> bill: should the u.s. punish russia for interfering in the election?


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