nearly 11 pounds. >> dana: wow. >> kimberly: but i have this in real life. jesse loves them. >> dana: my "one more thing" will remain a mystery. never miss an episode of "the five" when you set your dvr. "hannity" is next. >> sean: thanks for our friends at "hannity." welcome to "hannity." a key campaign promise fulfilled, pulling america out of the paris climate agreement. great for jobs, the economy, business. vice president mike pence is here and later... other guests will join us. but first, there's a massive effort underway to silence conservatives in america. tonight, it's time to fight fire with fire. we will expose the massive, huge double standard when it comes to liberals and free speech and by the way, we ask the question, where are the so-called champions of civil rights and freedom of speech on the left?
why aren't liberal commentators like bill maher and steve colbert -- why aren't they speaking out the defending free speech? and this whole effort to sense conservative voices and where is don lemmon, chris matthews, anderson cooper. where are you people? we will display how ugly, vile, vicious the left is to the president, conservatives in this country, so over the top and that is tonight's extremely important opening monologue. as we have been highlighting on this show, there's a well-funded highly organized left-wing effort to silence conservative voices. i've only become the latest target of this left-wing smear machine. thankfully, there's no a movement gaining and momentum. fighting back against all these attacks and defending freedom of
speech of conservatives. i will have a lot more of that in a few moments but first, why aren't outspoken liberal commentators coming to the defense of conservatives? why do they never do that? i just mentioned there's not a single liberal cable host in america that i know of that has spoken out against the effort to get me fired. not one. for example, there's people like bill maher. they say they stand up for freedom of speech and they have in the past but why are others so eerily silent in this case? nobody came to the defense of me and my rights here. there's a massive double standard when it comes to the first amendment and the left in this country. they get to say and do anything they want when it comes to smearing and attacking conservatives. they don't have to face any backlash, no outrage or boycotts to silence them. this is probably why kathy griffin thought it was okay for
her to pose like an isis fighter with a bloodied decapitated head that looks like president trump. we must warn you, this photo is graphic. here it is. because her actions were still vile, vicious, disturbing, which she had a leader and admit when she apologized -- there were finally consequences for her. i don't support or condone what she did in any way, shape, manner or form. it's beyond disgusting, offensive and a vial. but did you hear me call for her firing? no, you did not. jim carrey, liberals like him, they are actually defending griffin and making their own vicious, vile smears. watch. >> i think it was a job of the comedian to cross the line at all times. that line is not real. and if you step out of that spotlight and you are doing crazy things, we are the last line of defense. really, the comedians are the
last voice of truth in this whole thing. >> sean: really, posing like an isis fighter with a decapitated head of the president? not only him but his family, the president's 11-year-old son, barron trump, tmz reported he was watching tv when he first saw that image. he got so scared because he thought it was real. wouldn't you think the left might have a little sympathy or compassion? a little bit of respect for an 11-year-old kid? let alone the president's son? you know what, that didn't stop people from continuing the attacks were supporting kathy griffin. look at what ken jennings tweeted yesterday. that's really sick. that's ugly, twisted.
imagine if this were ever done to the obama's. and then there's people like stephen colbert. at the beginning of may, he viciously attacked the president in a monologue. you may remember this. >> john dickerson has way too much dignity to trade insults with the president of the united states, to his face. but i, sir, am no john dickerso dickerson. mr. trump, your presidency? i love your presidency. i call it "disgrace the nation." you attract more skinheads than free rogaine. you have more people marching against you than cancer. >> sean: do i think colbert should have said any of that? of course not. i've criticized him for crossing lines in the past but i also push back against the calls to silence his voice at the time. look at this. i will not support these boycotts, monica.
the fire colbert hashtags -- they can say what they want, if you don't like it, change the channel or watch something else. or turn the tv off. next is bill maher. here's one of the many offensive things he has said about president trump. >> a lot of us thought ivanka is going to be our saving grace. when he's about to [bleep] finland or something, she's going to walk into the bedroom and say daddy... daddy... don't do it, daddy. >> sean: obviously, beyond vulgar and repulsive and of course, i criticized maher at the time for saying it but just like in the case of colbert, i never said his voice should be silenced. i never supported a boycott. don't believe me? let's go to the videotape.
maher can say what he wants. >> sean: look, i don't agree on much when it comes to bill maher. over the years, we have gone after each other a lot on each other's shows but despite all of the vile and offensive crap he has said over the years, i've never called for him to lose his job. some of you in the audience have been mad at me for not doing that because i defended his right to be so offensive. over the years, i've been consistent on the issue not to try and get shows canceled. people might not like it but i support people like bill maher and their right to say whatever they want to say, even it's about me or the president -- insane, nasty, disagreeable -- i don't want to silence anybody. over the years, let's go to the videotape again. i have defended maher a number of times. i hate to defend you but i think
you are right in this respect. why can't maher say whatever he wants and let the viewers of the show decide? i have defended bill maher's violent remarks for years. turn the dial. it don't watch don't listen. he has almost become an iconoclast because he's willing to speak the truth when so many others in the media are scared to death. we also have all these liberal hollywood snowflakes spewing all their hatred. people like madonna, ashley judd, they are all unhinged. watch this. >> to our detractors, that insist that this march will never add up to anything? [bleep] you. >> yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. >> i am a nasty woman.
i am nasty like my blood stains on my bed sheets. >> sean: thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house? this brings us to the destroyed trump propaganda media. we point out how the so-called journalists day after day, night after night viciously strand slander, smear, besmirch the president, one personal attack after the other. pushing tin foil hat conspiracy theories. this is apparently news in the country today. >> >> we better be ready for the fact that he might be leading the republican ticket. >> i know you don't believe that but i want to go on. >> this was a white lash. this was a white lash against a changing country. a white lash against a black
president, in part. and that is the part where the pain comes. >> he said today america first. it's not just the hit larry and background to it. >> this is a very sad night for the country. you can't polish this turd. >> you called him a fake president. >> sean: journalism in america is dead. the people you just saw have zero credibility. they are partisan ideological hacks. they have been hell-bent on destroying the president from even before the time he got elected. as we have also set on this show, if you don't like what they are saying -- guess what? you can turn the channel. my larger point tonight is this: where is the so-called free speech tolerant left, the champions of free and open exchange of ideas and opinions? when do they ever stand up for conservatives? i haven't seen it. when do they stand up for
conservative first amendment rights and their ability to speak out, conservatives that are under attack and when their voices are trying to be silence silenced? you watch the clinton-george soros funded groups, when will they go after people on their s? they never do that. look at the disturbing photo from a satire site called the onion. i don't really find it funny. kind of like the kathy griffin decapitated isis look, holding the president's head with all the blood on it. i don't particularly find this funny. nor does my 15-year-old daughter. there is me, bloodied, gruesome, multiple means coming out of a corpse. i don't believe in boycotts. i am consistent. i never have, never will. if we don't fight fire with fire, more conservatives will be isolated, targeted, and in great linsky style and more voices
will be silenced. my next three guests are doing just that -- fighting back. they are just getting started, they gave us a preview of other hosts whose extreme, they will be highlighting and their advertisers. brent bozell, welcome to the discussion and debate. you have been in the forefront of this hypocrisy for decades. we have had enough too. you know agree and by the way, melanie and brian are not doing a boycott. they are just showing the outrageous things that are said. what are you doing? >> first of all, you and i have disagreed on boycotts in the past. but you use the word consistent, you have always been consistent. the left has been utterly inconsistent and hypocritical because they don't believe in free speech. one kathy griffin was concerned, people ask, how did she not know
she was crossing a line? the left believes there's no line you can cross. when conservatives are concerned, there's no line because it shouldn't be there. what are we going to do? i think we've had enough, sean. we have to do a little bit of soul-searching ourselves. why is it that we have the far left getting away with consistently calling us racist, homophobic, nazis, everything else they can give and we haven't responded? i guess i drew the line with the attacks on you. one can disagree with what you said but you had every right to say it. i think there comes a point where we say enough is enough. you're going to have conversations with advertisers. the next time you smear a conservative, i will go right to your sponsor and i will ask your sponsor, is this what you are paying for? are these your values? do you believe in character assassination? if so, you ought to be sponsoring this show. if not, you ought to think twice about it.
we will connect that to you, if you pay for it. >> sean: melanie, some people said it you are only going after one show. tonight, you changed your web site. he said the preview of coming attractions is real. this is not about any one at all. people apparently have said you are only going after one program. you're just exposing what they say and who is paying for it. correct? >> that's correct. i would just like to say, thank you to the hundreds of thousands and millions of sean hannity supporters who have joined our guerrilla expert that has been underway since april 26 with my friend brian maloney and myself. stop the scalping's, a facebook page and at mediaequalizer.com. we are gathering the force of one and turning it into money. it's working. i'm so thrilled to announce that kathy griffin has lost her gig
at cnn. why? all of our people, 61,000 people who are dialing advertisers over and over again -- it's interesting how liberals really hate to get a taste of their own medicine. that's what we are doing. we are crossing over into the line of well education opportunity. media matters has taught us how to do it correctly. we are emulating their model. you know what? it's working pretty well. >> sean: brian, this is an interesting point. you are not calling for a boycott. i don't watch other cable networks. i had no idea about the type of crap they debate every night. i still support their right to say it. if you isolate/target one conservative, you look at the same treatment. do you think because you said you will be going after people at cbs and abc and cnn and ms --
if you go after them, do you think these networks will finally, maybe get up to speed with what we have been living through and do you think that maybe they will get the message? you said you'll stop it when they stopped. >> already happening. there's been a key change with the conservative movement, the tables are turning. i'm getting thousands and thousands of emails from fed up americans. the left is in shock with this movement. you can get all the information you need -- it's funny, i've been interviewed by major publications, all of them. cnn -- instead of interviewing with me, they want to argue with me. they want to to go over the tos of your show. why can't sean talk about what he wants? it's not an approved topic, you know? we don't tell them what to write
about but for some reason, they are are allowed to tell you what you can talk about and if they don't like it, then you should be fired. >> sean: i want to give our audience -- mediaequalizer.com mediaequalizer.com. and mrc.org. >> i want to add one thing, really important. we are unveiling at media equalizer a little feature we like to call coming attractions. the newest attraction on our little button is going to be cnn's don lemon. you might wonder why we are freezing and focusing on don lemon. he's one of the lapdogs of media matters for america. organizing the boycott against you and other conservative talk show host. >> sean: mediaequalizer.com and mrc.org. i think you for all their
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♪ >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." the left in america is completely unhinged. they are obsessed with pushing bizarre, unhinged conspiracy theories about president trump that are absolutely insane and not based on fact or reality. we are talking about hillary clinton who has been the leading voice of the tinfoil hat crackpots for decades. the number one in america conspiracy theorist -- hillary clinton. that is tonight's mini monologu monologue. blaming everyone and anyone for her political failures.
she's constantly making bizarre excuses for the 202016 election loss. let's go back to the 1990s, her husband, bill clinton embroiled in scandal and controversy. instead of telling the american people the truth, the hillary clinton blamed the right-wing conspiracy. >> the great story here for anybody willing to find it and write about it and explain it, the vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president. >> sean: things have not changed much since then. she continues to peddle conspiracy theories and make ridiculous excuses about why she lost the president trump. she's now offering up a long laundry list of reasons for her crushing defeat in november. take a look at the side of your screen. hillary conveniently forgot to mention she didn't bother to campaign a whole lot in michigan and wisconsin.
a large majority of view, the american people, thought that as i do that she was corrupt and untrustworthy. those are just a few examples. let's explain what's really going on here. hillary clinton is the ring leader in pushing bizarre conspiracy theories meant to destroy and damage president trump. the media will follow ensued like this the sheep they are. they have a shared goal. delegitimize present trump's presidency and undermine the will of the american people, the american democracy. joining us now, mike huckabee. we will keep rolling this on the side of the screen, governor. there's nothing she does not blame here. i'm surprised she doesn't blame climate change for losing. >> she will get to that sooner or later, sean. the president just pulled out of the paris accord today. we will hear that pretty soon. i've known the clintons a long time.
i've never known hillary to just walk to the microphone and state you know what? the reason something didn't work is because i failed. because i didn't do it right. even in the book, it was very obvious that even her husband tried to tell her that the polls were not accurate, they needed to go campaign and some of these rust belt states but they didn't listen. and now she is blaming jim comey, the russians, anybody and everybody. the dnc which is not really made her a darling of them. they are pretty angry about it. ultimately, the candidates is responsible for winning or losing. a somebody who has been in elections, the number one thing you have to do is suck it up and say it's me. that's why we lost. >> sean: governor, sometimes it's the moment -- sometimes there are different conditions or environments but at the end of the day, you have to take responsibility. you are watching these attacks on the president.
i think they are unprecedented. you are watching the bizarre russian-trump collision conspiracy. everyone saying there's no evidence of collusion. months and months and hundreds of hours of coverage. is this distracting the president and his team from being able to do their job? >> i think they are trying to distract them and whether they are is something we don't really know. i hope it isn't. it's such a disaster for the president to be taken off a bold agenda to make america great again, to use his term. to put americans back to work. to give us a sense of confidence and leadership in the world. all of these are agendas that donald trump has put forth. every time i hear a democrat interviewed on television, they keep reminding us that hillary clinton got the popular vote. we don't elect a president by
the popular vote. if you want to change the constitution, user entities doing that rather than coming up with these phony russian stories that have so far been proven to be bovine droppings. >> sean: governor, next time you are on, i have a question about you going to the white house. i think you should help the president. my own personal thoughts but we will talk about it next time. >> thank you, sean. >> sean: when we come back, the house intelligence committee subpoenas three obama officials. susan rice, john brennan, samantha power. it's all related to the unmasking scandal. sara carter and john solomon will join us next. also later tonight... >> they make these decisions time and time again in a way that makes it appear that they are hostages. that he is vladimir putin's hostage. >> sean: mbc sinking to brand-new lows in their anti-trump coverage. herman cain weighs in.
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>> good evening and live from america's news headquarters, i am jackie ibanez in new york. an attack on a casino hotel complex in manila, the attacker dead by a self-inflicted gunsho gunshot. the head of the cyber security agency has found no sign of a russian hacking attack on president emmanuel campaign. it was so simple and generic that almost anyone could have been behind it. president trump backing off a pledge in tel aviv. the president saying the move might have a negative effect on key efforts between the israelis and palestinians.
the move is a traditional move to arab-is really teaneck israi peacemaking. have a great night, back to "hannity" ." >> sean: welcome back to "hannity" ." the unmasking scandal continues to expand. the house intelligence committee issued seven subpoenas related to this probe. among those subpoenaed were three obama officials. susan rice, john brennan, samantha power. the president tweeted earlier today... i think he's right over the target. joining us with reaction, sara carter and john solomon. unappealing layers of an onion here. now this is a big one that has been peeled away. >> what we wanted to do with follow the facts. the documentation. i think with the house intelligence committee is doing is the same thing. they are looking at what are
they unmasking and why? with this all related to necessary foreign intelligence that they needed to know or were they unmasking other people? this is what we don't know yet. what we suspect is for other people are being unmasked. devin nunes who spoke a little bit about it, peter king and others who have had some knowledge about what is in those documents. i think that is what is so important here. what were they unmasking and why? those are the answers we need in order to understand the gravity of this. >> sean: we've got to also put this in context, john. this is all part of your reporting as well. this is seen through the prism of an election cycle, 2015-2016. the big question of course was real legitimate surveillance being used as a ruse to spy on
americans. and get intelligence about the trump campaign. members of congress, you see such an increased use of this surveillance unmasking that it raises serious issues in your mind about whether or not spying on political points or americans occurred. is that right? >> everyone we talked to is saying the numbers are large enough to ask a real legitimate question. why didn't we need this musk unmasking of americans? a person is defined as a u.s. person if they are in the u.s. as -- susan power needed to know what that but if it isn't something like that, no one can fathom another reason why samantha powr would need to be looking at unmasked american intelligence. >> sean: what was the percentage increase? >> the number of times we
searched for american's names in the database increased by 300% between 2013-2016. that's really dramatic. how much unmasking? we only have a couple years of data so we don't have that answer. >> sean: in the case of general flynn, it even gets worse. >> yes, it does. that's the big concern here. you have to think about this. general flynn's name itself was classified. a classified name that should have never been linked. the conversation -- only very few people had access to that. according to the sources i've been speaking to, to narrow that down and find out who had access to his name and who had the possible motive to leak it? that's an absolute possibility. another thing and john brought this up very clearly, susan powers. that was a huge surprise and a great concern.
no one would ever think susan powers would be unmasking people. there has to be some reason to subpoena her. there has to be a reason of concern. when john brennan was asked question, he -- he said do you know of any u.s. ambassadors who unmasked people? there is a momentary pause and he finally said i don't know. it does ring a bell. >> sean: it rings a bell. i've got to run but i will say this, this is going to be -- i think -- one of the biggest scandals in history. it's just taking time to get to the truth. it's amazing how the rest of the media ignores it. great investigative work again. we appreciate it. up next on this busy breaking news night, tonight on... "hannity"... >> what did he say?
>> it then saying i meant to do that. >> sean: nbc news continues with their bias anti-trump coverage. you won't believe what they said in the past 24 hours. we will play the tape and get reaction from herman cain. president trump announced earlier today that he will pull out of the u.s. paris climate agreement. a huge win and a campaign promise kept. reaction from the vice president, mike pence, straight ahead. my sweetheart's gone sayonara. this scarf all that's left to rememb... what. she washed this like a month ago!
>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." at last night we showed you some of the most outrageous things set on a so-called news network, cnn. what's now being reported at msnbc -- look at the headline from this. joe scarborough compares donald trump to a kid pooping his pants. it really, joe? >> it's like... a kid pooping his pants and then saying i meant to do that. >> it's like someone pooping their pants and saying its modern art. don't you understand? >> sean: joe scarborough speculates donald trump is vladimir putin's hostage. >> it's hard to believe putin doesn't have anything on trump. there seems to be no guardrails here. >> they make these decisions time and time again in a way that makes it appear that they
are hostages. that is vladimir putin's hostage. >> sean: joining us now, herman cain. herman, joe scarborough is one of the lowest rated shows ever in cabell. he always has. he has always had delusions of grandeur. he has begged for jobs here and that he be the president. he's really just an arrogant, pompous jack -- but the way him and his fiancee, mika, are treating this -- it's a constant refrain over there. >> they have taken it to a new low. they have no evidence, no facts, no message. they have no class, they have lost all of that integrity to
those people who know what the facts are. it's absolutely a disgrace and they are deceiving the few viewers they have left. this nonclassy attack on the president and his administration and everything he does, despitet accomplishments so far -- that integrity will cause even more and more people to simply turn the channel as you have indicated they should do if they don't like it. >> sean: listen, i guess -- the whole channel over there has become the conspiracy theory challenge. the history channel, the american heroes channel, the fox news channel, espn, and then you have the conspiracy news channel. as i watch over there occasionally or i read about what they say, it's like they want the president to fail. they want impeachment. they want to take him out. that's pretty dangerous for the
country. from my perspective. what do you think? >> they have given a double meaning to dts. it is only trump derangement syndrome, it's trump denial syndrome. unfortunately, they don't even realize how off target they are. you take something as bold as pulling out of the paris climate agreement, with logical reasons, and they twisted to say he's all wrong. that means they are using no logic for their criticism and for their crassness when it comes to this president and his administration. i believe their viewership will continue to go down because as i have said many times on your show and others, the american people are not stupid. and they are basically talking as if the american people are stupid. and we are not. even some of the most ardent
critics of the president are seeing through this. >> sean: all right. herman cain. always a pleasure. coming up, president trump. a huge win for him. he has pulled the u.s. out of the paris climate agreement. thank god. up next, we get reaction from the vice president of the united states. mike pence will join us. (vo) at miracle-ear,
>> sean: >> in order to fulfilln duty to protect america and its citizens, the united states will withdraw from the paris climate accord. but begin negotiations to reenter either the paris accord or an entirely new transaction, on terms that are fair to the united states, its businesses, its workers, its people, its taxpayers. we will start to negotiate and we will see if we can make a deal that's fair. if we can, that's great. if we can't, that's fine. >> sean: that was the president earlier today announcing that he will pull the u.s. out of the paris climate accord he
meant, keeping a campaign promise.
here with reaction from washington, the vice president of the united states. mike pence. mr. vice president, always an honor. thank you for being with us. >> it's a great day. >> sean: it's really great because i read as much as $4 trillion in a world wide tax. i'm sure we will pay the vast majority of it. he said he's open to negotiation but not a bad deal. why is this so important? >> i always tell people it's the greatest gift of my life to serve as vice president under donald trump. this person gets up every day to keep the promise he made to the american people. the president has demonstrated his commitment, not just to keep his word, but to put american workers and consumers and energy and the american people first. this was a bad deal from the moment it was signed by the last
administration. it was never submitted to the senate. it never would have had a chance there. this is an agreement that puts an enormous burden on americans consumers, while allowing countries like india and china to get off scot-free for a decade or more. the president after listening to all sides and listening to european leaders last week, he made a decision to fulfill his word to the american people. to get out of the paris accord but also to leave the door open to the possibility of negotiating a completely new deal were going back into the agreement under terms that will put the american economy and people first. >> sean: i've actually been really fighting for my career lately so i've been a little busy with other topics but i think this is really the only show in america that has listed the president's accomplishments. i noticed when he was in the rose garden today that he went through part of that list. it never seems to get reported.
what are you most proud of and what do you see coming, because i'm a little bit worried about the time frame and the legislative calendar about getting a lot of these things done before the end of the year. >> the president recounted many of the compliments. i try to do the same with my introduction of the president today but when you look through the list, there's a reason why the dow closed at a record level today. there's a reason why the month of may a quarter of a million new jobs have been created. >> sean: remarkable, sean. the confidence, enthusiasm, i tell people from the shop room floor to the board rooms this country -- they know they have someone in the oval office who gets up every day and is fighting for them and fighting for american free enterprise and for jobs for the american peopl people. the list is kind of hard to go through in a short period of time. 14 different bills that rolled back, obama arab regulations that would have cost our economy
$18 billion a year, since the 1h century of supreme court justice who is committed to the rule of law and to constitutional principles and to holding back the administrative state. you look at a commitment to repeal and replace obamacare, the way he is driving forward on tax relief, reform, the american people get it all the way through the decision today to withdraw from the paris climate accord. this is a president who is fighting for the american people, jobs, i think the results whether it be job numbers, the confidence you see in businesses and even in our stock market, it will all speak for itself. america is back because they have a president and president donald trump, fighting every day for them. >> sean: mr. vice president, you've been gracious enough. we will have part two of your
interview tomorrow on this program. we appreciate it. we will ask about the unprecedented attacks
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cascade. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." do you think president trump made the right decision about the paris climate agreement? such a great decision and a campaign promise kept. go to facebook.com/seanhannity, @seanhannity on twitter and let us know what you think. this past march, we ran a few stories about spring break activities on south padre island. on march 28th, 1 of our colleagues stated a shooting had taken place at a bar and grill on the island. there was an initial report of shots fired, and it turned out not to be true.
we want to apologize to them for that error, clayton's. that's all the time we have left this evening. i will see you back here tomorrow night. ♪ >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." president trump announced the united states will be pulling out of the paris agreement, intended to combat global warming by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. >> the united states will withdraw from the paris climate accord. we're getting out. i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> tucker: wow, that did it. the left immediately became hysterical even more than usual, keep in mind this was a nonbinding,