she interviewed white house chief of staff john kelly for tonight's show. good luck to them both. not that they need it. good night from washington. sean hannity is next from new york have. a good night. >> thanks, tucker. good night to shannon and laura tonight. we have more of that in a little while. you do not want to miss a minute of tonight's show. welcome to hannity. this is a fox news alert. this may be one of the most important monologues i will ever give on this show. tonight we have a major crisis in this country. does america have equal justice under the law? it appears tonight the answer is no. because from everything we now know there is one justice system for the clintons, the left, liberals and all their cronies and another one for everyone else in america. and tonight on this show, with the result of the indictment of paul manafort and his associate, we will show you right here how there is zero evidence of trump/russia collusion. zero evidence of campaign collusion. in spite of all of that the media has been lie talking all day and all weekend
long. what we have is uncontrovertible evidence. we will lay it all out tonight that hillary clinton, bill clinton, and others sold out america's national security interests. yet, only now in the last two weeks are we beginning the process of investigating. we have evidence, including an fbi informant, documents, emails, tapes, all showing that in 2009, our government, including then attorney general eric holder, the fbi director at the time robert mueller and then district attorney rod rosenstein they all knew that russia and vladimir putin were trying to corner the uranium market right here in america. there's also a strong belief that president barack obama knew all about putin and his crimes in this country as he probably saw it in his presidential daily briefing. this is news, information and truth. i promise you can't get anywhere else in the media. and that is tonight's ever important breaking news opening monologue. ♪ ♪ >> sean: let's start in the beginning, it was announced today that paul manafort,
pathetic. another day, another example after a year of speculation, no evidence of any collusion between president trump and russia. now, you've heard the saying, we've all had it can you indict a ham sandwich. grand juries are convened. guess what, in case you don't know, only the prosecution gets to present evidence. the defense gets zero opportunity whatsoever to present their case. the legal standard before a grand jury is much lower. they must be convinced probable cause. okay. but in a court of law, the criminal standard is a jury of your peers yard. a massive distinction. and it's important to point out that this grand jury was impaneled in washington, d.c. let's see, one of the most liberal cities in america where over 90% of the people there voted for hillary clinton. mr. mueller, do you think that's fair? now, here's what paul manafort's attorney said earlier today for the first time they speak out. listen. >> that president donald trump was correct. there is no evidence that
mr. manafort or the trump campaign colluded with the russian government. today you see an indictment brought by an office of special counsel. that is using a very novel theory to prosecute mr. manafort regarding a fara filing. the united states government has only used that offense six times since 1966 and only resulted in one conviction. >> sean: six times since 1966 one conviction. so like every american, paul manafort, he deserves -- well, we all deserve the presumption of innocence. however, is he being tried tonight and convicted in the court of public opinion by what is an abusively biased trump hating media. also, as part of the news that came out today, george papadopoulos, he admitted, okay, he lied to the fbi. i think he is 29 years old. now, i knew everybody in the trump campaign. i never heard about papadopoulos until today. and i think i knew everybody. now, the white house says he was a volunteer. and it seems that
papadopoulos, on his own, was trying to create an anti--clinton russian dossier like the fusion g.p.s. hillary dnc president obama funded dossier. and he wasn't successful. so now that we have no trump collusion, here's what we do have tonight. this is what the media will ignore. this is what matters. these are the facts. this is where the evidence comes in. what did president clinton or president clinton wanna be, president obama, and key members of the administration, what did they know about the uranium one scandal? now, we're learning about how the obama administration officials, they knew in 2009 that vladimir putin was using bribes, extortion, kick backs, money laundering, and racketeering all within this country, spies within this country, nothing was done to stop it. we have incontrovertible evidence that all involved tried to cover this up. they put a gag order on the one fbi informant that knew everything to prevent the
truth from getting out. now it's getting out. we have incontrovertible evidence that the clintons benefited in a massive, huge, financial way because of this corrupt uranium one deal. we know bill clinton doubled his speaking fees in moscow while giving a speech to a bank that interestingly enough, had a financial interest in uranium one. bill clinton also tried to get state department permission, his wife's state department to meet with russian nuclear officials during the time of the uranium one deal and he eventually ended up sitting down with vladimir putin himself. and as the author, peter schweizer, writes about in his best-selling book, "clinton cash" the clinton foundation got $145 million in kick backs from people that directly benefited from that deal. we have incontrovertible evidence that putin and his spies and his thugs were actually successful because he eventually got 20% of america's uranium, the foundational material for nuclear weapons. this is beyond insanity and
it's inexcusable. hillary clinton, bill clinton, the obama administration allowed your national security to be compromised in what is an unprecedented way and few in the media will touch this story. major crimes were committed. they knew about it. they did nothing before the deal. now, here's a simple question. we have to ask it. why on earth would president obama or hillary or eric holder ever sign off on giving russia, a known enemy, putin, a bad actor, 20% control of our uranium? what did america get? what did obama get from this uranium one deal? it never made sense. now, we also have incontrovertible evidence that the clinton campaign and the dnc, they paid fusion g.p.s. over $9 million, although nobody knows anything, and they hired a former british intelligence agent who then used current and former russian government sources to produce this phony, fake,
salacious news dossier that was full of lies, disinformation and prop propaganda against donald trump. in other words, clinton and the dnc funded the money to spread russian lies and influence the election. they did it all because it is the very thing they are now accusing president trump and his campaign of doing. they did it themselves. and we just found out this weekend, this new report from the federalist, the headline, obama's campaign paid $972,000 to the law firm that secretly paid fusion gps in 2016? wow, the same firm that the clinton campaign, the dnc used to pay fusion g.p.s. to create the fake news propaganda, anti-trump dossier that they then regurgitated all over tv. now, we also have robert mueller and his band of big democratic donors that work for him now, supposedly investigating trump/russia collusion. and as i predicted right here on this show, there is
still no evidence that's this er happened. none. now former, current, and top democrats have all said the same thing. smoke, but no fire. smoke, but no fire. watch this. >> have you seen anything that suggests any collusion between the russians and the trump campaign? >> well, there is an awful lot of smoke there let's put it that way. people that might have said they were involved. to what extent they were involved. to what extent the president might have known about these people or whatever, there is nothing there. from that standpoint that we have seen directly linking our president to any of that. >> the last time we spoke, senator, i asked you if you had actually seen evidence of collusion between the trump campaign and the russians and you said to me and i'm quoting you now: you said "not at this time." has anything changed since we spoke last? >> well, not -- no, it hasn't. >> just to be clear, there has been no actual evidence yet? >> no, it has not been. no, it has not been.
clinton, uranium one, the fake news dossier. and that special counsel mueller is clearly complicit in the uranium one scandal. remember, he was the fbi director. the fbi informant had all the evidence of bribes and kick backs and money laundering and he did nothing. so now they need to change the narrative after a very bad week and distract the country from their evidence and their involvement in possible collusion and, by the way, mr. mueller, who leaked the indictments to fake news cnn? was it you? now, i can confirm exclusively here tonight on hannity friday night all day saturday, manafort's team did not know this was coming. so somebody disclosed this information. that is a crime, mr. mueller. you should know this. and by the way, anybody from the grand jury, it's a simple crime. who did it? did anyone, mr. mueller, in your office do it? now, while liberals in the media are hysterical, absolutely beside themselves with giddiness, thinking this is the big smoking gun
about paul manafort, there is another major shoe dropping in these major democratic scandals. now, we first reported on tony podesta over a week ago october the 24th. he is the brother of former clinton campaign manager john poo desattachment according to politico john podesta is stepping down by from his lobbying group because is he being investigated by the special counsel. as we have been reporting the probe into podesta came about after mueller started looking into manafort's. they even european center for modern ukraine. and nbc news even adds that mueller could be looking into whether podesta and his company violated what's known as fara, the foreign agent's registration act. and politico is reporting that both tony and, yeah, john poo destax hillary's campaign manager and even said vicious blumenthal, they were all conveniently together this weekend at
hillary clinton's birthday party in washington. i wonder what everybody talked about? and after new revelations that the clinton campaign and the dnc paid almost $10 million to help spread russia anti-trump lies and propaganda, well now even senator susan collins is saying that john podesta and disgraced former dnc chair deb debbie wasserman schultz, they need to retestify before congress about the phony clinton-russian lying dossier that was meant to influence the american people on the eve of an election. watch this. >> they absolutely need to be recalled. it's difficult to imagine that a campaign chairman, that the head of the dnc would not know of an expenditure of this magnitude and significance. but, perhaps there's something more going on here. but, certainly, it's worth additional questioning of those two witnesses. >> sean: you need to know there is no chance that over
that. >> sean: this is not hyperbole. i am not misstating the case, we are are at a major crisis point in america tonight. do we have equal justice under the flaw this country today. if you or i or anybody in this room with knee now or watching tv with you, if we ever did anything close to what the clintons, the dnc, and others did, we would be rotting in a jail cell tonight hoping our friends would send us a cake that had a file. the only difference between trump/russia collusion is that we have the evidence and after a year of black helicopter conspiracy theories, they have none. and just like we have the evidence, when it comes to clinton and her email server scandal, why hasn't she been charged? fox news legal analyst gregg jarrett will join us tonight. he has helped us put together a list of all the laws broken in all of these scandals. take a look at the side of your screen. these were the laws that were potentially broken all by the clinton campaign and the dnc in the fake news
removing the sim cards before giving the mobile devices to the fbi. that's called obstruction of justice. that's a felony. and just to recap, since it's so vitally important, probably the biggest scandal of all is bill and hillary clinton selling out america's national security to putin and the russians and, guess what? the fbi had the information before they made the deal. and the fbi director's name at that time was robert mueller. and eric holder was the attorney general at the time who oversaw the fbi. they had to know. and, yet, a year later, when even though they had evidence of bribery and collusion and money laundering and all these crimes, they ignored the evidence, and eric holder and clinton signed off on the single beyond the uranium deal dumbest national security decision ever. rod rosenstein, he oversaw the investigation. remember, he is the guy that appointed mueller on a local level while he was serving as the u.s. attorney from maryland. he appointed mueller to be
the special counsel here. this is beyond incestuous. what about investigating their roles in russia? hillary clinton's state department. eric holder signed off on the deal a year later. knowing that putin, what his intentions were to corner the uranium market. bill clinton makes a fortune. doubles his speaking fees. paid with a check that from a bank that has financial interest in uranium one. he tried to get his wife's meetings for russian nuclear officials for him but he met with putin instead. that was in 2009. then in 2010, putin gets everything he wants, in spite of all the evidence of his spies, his agents committing crimes in this country. and as we mentioned earlier, between fusion g.p.s., between uranium one, we have evidence of real russian collusion. america tonight is at a crisis point. will we have equal justice under the law or will america just be a banana republic, corrupt at its core? that is what is at stake tonight. that is what the corrupt
through it, you realize that the basis upon which the indictment is rendered has nothing to do with the campaign or campaign activities of the president. but, rather, involved business transactions and activities that paul manafort was allegedly engaged n his business going back to 2006. so, you have to look at these issues and on the basis of the documents that have been produced. and the document that's been produced right now is the indictment. and as i said, that indictment focuses in on the business activities, corporate activities of paul manafort's and not focused in on at all with regard to the campaign or campaign activities of the president. so i think that's a big take away from this when you look at the nature and the scope of the fact that it's been known for a number of weeks that paul manafort was a principle target of this. so, again, not surprising. surprising that there was a leak of a sealed indictment, however, or at least.
>> sean: who did that, jay? >> cnn was reporting. i don't know. this idea that an indictment would be -- that's sealed, number one, would be leaked is a crime in and of itself. i don't know who was responsible for leaking it. i just know that it was reported. and as you routerred that i guess paul manafort's lawyers did not know until yesterday, late yesterday, evidently, that they were the subject of that indictment. so, again, that raises another issue. and why in the world would there be a leak of an indictment, especially an indictment that's sealed. why seal an indictment? they were concerned about flight risk? there is a list in the department of justice manual. >> sean: let me ask you. >> yeah. >> sean: the media assessed i know everybody in the trump campaign. you know how active and vested i was. the media was ready to say hannity is wrong and his career is over. it didn't happen. obituary is written. papadopoulos, never heard of him. i'm told is he a volunteer. 29 years old. >> yes. >> sean: maybe worked for mueller from july on. >> for manafort.
>> sean: i never heard of the guy until today. thoughts? >> yeah. well, here is what i know. i don't know him either. i do know this: that based on the reports that i have seen, that he was parts o part a committee, foreign affairs committee. typical during the campaign season. these campaigns have a lot of committees. there is a lot of people on these committees. they generally do advisory work. but they are not paid staffers. it's not an organized structure as you would think, for instance, within the state department. this was a volunteer and what he did or did not do is also interesting in the document because what did he get charged for? was it did he get charged for contacting some -- some professor that was supposedly russian? that's at least the allegation in the documents, plea agreement that he signed? no. what he got charged with was lying to a federal agent when asked a question about the timing of those meetings and whether he was a member of this committee.
>> sean: that suggested he said no. nobody knew who the guy was. >> yes. but, again, the fbi didn't -- or the special counsel didn't indict here for his conversation that he had with purportedly someone that had some russian affiliation, this professor. but they indicted him for what or pleaed him for what? that was lying under oath to an agent. >> sean: jay, we have to run. >> all right. thanks, sean. >> sean: jay, appreciate it stay with us this hour, literally we have so much ground to cover. it's changing by the minute. power line line up. newt gingrich is next. sebastian gorka and gregg jarrett all here. go to my twitter page @ sean hannity. do you think equal justice under the law is at risk? tell us what you think. ♪ ♪ nick was born to move. 3 toddlers won't stop him. and neither will lower back pain. because at a dr. scholl's kiosk he got a recommendation for our custom fit orthotic
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>> sean: welcome back to hannity right now. with reaction to opening monologue. all this breaking news out of washington. the author of the best selling book vengeance. former speaker of the house fox news contributor newt gingrich. the most amazing thing here is this supposed to be a special counsel on trump/russia collusion. the big indictment today, announced leak friday but announced today. paul manafort. mr. speaker, 31 pages. no trump/russia collusion.
zero. but all these other issues i am talking about the fusion gps dossier. the uranium one deal. we have a boat load of evidence. what's your take? >> well, first of all, the united states congress should open an investigation to protect the rights of americans. you have an out-of-control prosecutor who is supposed to be looking into russian collusion, who, think about this, paul manafort voluntarily showed up today, walked in, turned himself over is not a threat to the public. was not a threat to flee. yet, this summer the justice department broke into his house at 5:00 in the morning. >> sean: guns blazing. >> caught he and his wife in their pajamas. >> sean: yeah. >> you have to say to yourself this is the most grotesque abuse. then you look at as you point out earlier, a 29-year-old who has now pled guilty to, what?
bribing, extorting, money laundering, racketeering, they knew in 2009. holder knew it, mueller had to know it rosenstein knew it. the two guys in particular in this case. why would hillary or obama just on the surface of it, why would you ever give a hostile regime and a bad actor vladimir putin and russia 20% of our uranium and that's what he set out for and we knew he set out and he was committing crimes to get there. how is that possible? >> well, first of all, if the numbers are right, and i think this is another thing congress should insist on, on bringing in the information and compelling it to be delivered, if the numbers are right, there were various sources associated with this, who gave $145 million to the clinton foundation through a canadian foundation, which could avoid the agreement they made with obama about reporting their donations in
the united states. now, as bad as the bill clinton $500,000 speech was for a russian bank, this is 290 times as much money. so you have to say to yourself, oh, gosh, why would bill and hillary go through with the deal that might involve $145 million? well, i'm going to be old fashioned here, sean. i know it's a shock. [laughter] >> follow the money. they wanted the money. this is about corruption. hillary, from the time she made money illegally, on cattle future, for her entire career has thought she could get away with this stuff. it's only as it begins to unravel now that we begin to realize this is truly horrifying. you have two attorneys general of the united states. you have the director of the fbi, mr. mueller. you have a local attorney who becomes the deputy who then -- the attorney general who then brings in mueller. you have a level of corruption that's unimaginable. and let me say, quoting
allen at guinnessburg college, a student of this, he believes this is the most corrupt presidency in american history. >> sean: talking about the obama administration. >> the obama administration is the most corrupt. >> sean: but, is there any reason you can think of that you would ever give 20% of the foundational material, american assets to putin and russia? what did america get? what did obama get? >> they didn't care. well, the clintons got $145 million. they didn't care. remember, obama is the president who said to the acting -- the then russian president medvedev -- caught on camera, let us get through the election, and then we can be a lot more generous to you. why would you think that these guys who are looney tune liberals who have no idea of the real world would have worried about giving putin uranium? they are -- they were out of touch with reality. they are still out of touch with reality.
corruption have you had and we believe in equal justice under the law. what you did was inexplicable, hillary. that was over the weekend attacking fox news and obviously us because we dare to tell the truth about the scandal surrounding her. we want equal justin under justr the law. joining us is newt gingrich. the very thing they have been accusing president trump of no evidence after a year we now know they are guilty of. we now know that clinton's campaign, the dnc and now we learned over the weekend barack obama, about $10 million, over $10 million of money spent to a law firm. all used the same law firm to funnel money to this christopher steele that gets phony information from russia, this salacious dossier using russian sources to influence americans in the last election. when is mueller going to investigate that because we know the money exchanged hands. we know it was propaganda
tony's podesta and goes after tony's brother john and goes down the list of clinton people. if is he prepared to be genuinely open and to really go after the clinton case, then here's what i found -- i was thinking about this during the commercial break. the most sobering thing about this entire unbelievable scandal is if she had won, none of this would be coming out. think about it, they would have covered it up. they would have continued to corrupt the fbi. they would have continued to corrupt the justice department. we would have learned nothing about how horrible this is. and they would have continued, i think, to sell out america's interests. it is an astonishing gap. and people wonder about whether or not it was important that president trump won. you think about the difference between the -- what we're learning now and what would have been covered up by hillary clinton. >> bribery, extortion. money laundering, racketeering and mueller and eric holder and the fbi informant with evidence in
actual trial the opposite. guilty yard. >> huge difference. >> i don't think you saw manafort respond just to that the point i was trying to make a minute ago i want to go back to. this is a direct challenge to robert mueller. if is he sincerely interested in justice, he has to go after the 145 million in canada. he has to go after bill clinton's half million dollars. he has got to go after all the different permutations that we have now learned about, including the stuff that when he was fbi director was covered up. now, i'm with you, in that i have a hunch he will fail this test. but i think it's a fascinating moment in american history, particularly whether you have tony podesta resign because he now knows he is so guilty he doesn't want to take his entire firm down with him. >> sean: i have another challenge. look at the funding of clinton and now obama and the dnc for firestone russian propaganda that was repeated by everybody to influence an american
election. we know they did that. that's a fact at this point. >> right it turns out that trump's -- the definition of fake news, i'm not sure how you say it in russian. >> sean: yeah. >> you now have absolute proof there was fake news. cheerfully carried out by several of the networks and the "new york times." it was false. i would be fascinating if any major elite news media goes back and looks at how much they were duped. >> sean: hillary, dnc, obama bought and paid for russian propaganda to influence an election. we can follow the money. mr. speaker, you have been great. thank you. go ahead, last word. i see something good coming. go ahead. >> no, i was just going to say. could you imagine the "new york times" or "the washington post" reporting here are the ways we were duped. would that be like a pulitzer prize winning moment? >> sean: yeah. hell would freeze over. we were right and they were wrong and they will never admit it.
[laughter] >> sean: good to see you, sir. thank you. up next sebastian gorka, gregg jarrett, why a special counsel should now investigate fusion gps and, of course, uranium one. and much more. we are on top of it as hannity continues. ♪ ♪ at southern new hampshire university, student success is success worth celebrating. that's why we personally delivered diplomas to online students who couldn't attend graduation. find your online program today at snhu.edu.
>> the big difference here is you have a meeting that took place versus millions of dollars being sent to create fake information to actually influence the election. you compare those two, those are apples and oranges. what the clinton campaign did, what the dnc did was actually exchange money. they took a meeting. those are far different. in one, it's pretty common practice in any campaign to take a meeting. the other one is actually paying money for false information. that's a big deal in a big difference. >> sean: finally somebody saying what we have been saying. that's the white house press secretary sarah sanders earlier today explaining why the millions of collars spent by the clinton campaign on the dnc, fake russian trump news i salacious dossier they bought and paid for by hillary and by the dnc. now we find out obama. joining us now former deputy assistant to the president sebastian gorka, fox news legal analyst. we will get to his column which is blockbuster in a minute gregg jarrett. all right. sebastian gorka, sara is
right, there is real russian collusion, hillary, dnc, obama bought and paid for spread throughout the country to influence the election. all lies. >> yeah. so let's just look at what happened. james comey, who admitted leaking federal documents written on federal hardware admitted to doing so to trigger the creation of the special counsel, who was bob mueller who is his buddy. and what was the mission of the special counsel? to investigate russian undermining of our presidential election in relation to the trump campaign. and what do we find out this morning? paul map for the is charged with not disclosing his foreign bank account. >> sean: 2006 to '14. >> right. 11 years ago. that's how far they have to dig. and not registering adequately as a
representative of foreign government. in the past, when other people have been found to not have registered in time, do you know what they get, sean? they get a slap on the wrist and are allowed to retroactively register themselves. >> sean: we will see what happens to tony podesta, if he did the same thing. >> right. let's see. your column is amazing. still no evidence of trump/russia collusion. hillary a different matter. it's all reversed. the boomerang i predicted and now is coming. >> it was amusing and predictable that the media was giddy with delight all weekend long with when they learned that there would be an indictment revealed on monday like two day long. monday comes. >> sean: that's a great way to describe it? >> all of a sudden they read the indictment oh, tax fraud by manafort and gates has nothing to do with trump and russia and so-called collusion. papadopoulos. >> sean: they are making a big deal about the 29-year-old. who is he?
to hide it by falling -- by filing false and misleading reports. >> sean: this is -- there is so much here. you would be proud of me. like you, i read all 31 pages. did i good today. dr. gorka, i don't know what's the bigger scandal, that the real propaganda lies for the campaign, russian lies was bought and paid for by hillary and the dnc or that we sold out our national security for god knows what reason. why would anyone give russia and putin, knowing in 2009 about bribery, extortion, money laundering, racketeering by his spies within our country? they had the evidence. they had emails. they had an fbi informant. they had documents. they had tape recordings. and nobody stopped them. >> sure. >> sean: he got 20% of america's uranium. >> look, about three months ago i was in the oval office and the president told me, just the two of us, they
will never find anything because there is nothing to find. that's why they have to go after manafort on wire fraud. okay. but what do we know? we know that this whole thing occurred, this russia conspiracy to buy our uranium that there was racketeering and who was -- who were the directors of the fbi when the investigation began? >> sean: mueller. >> mueller. who was the director when it ended? comey. nothing. >> sean: maryland head of the whole thing. >> u.s. attorney. >> sean: u.s. attorney. >> the deal went through. i want to ask one question. why would we ever sell 20% of our uranium to russia? >> sean: why? >> never. we are ignoring everything else. destruction of evidence. the laptops with the fbi's permission were destroyed. the blackberries. that's obstruction of justice and destruction of evidence. >> sean: obstruction. 33,000 subpoenaed emails.
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