we are out of time. they are in my ear. >> okay. >> tucker: you're the best. have fun over there. >> look, you would love to hunt here. >> tucker: we'll be back monday. have the best weekend. ♪ >> sean: thanks, tucker. welcome to "hannity." we have breaking news all over the place tonight. the deep state abuse of power that we have been covering for over a year is even tonight far worse than any of us could have ever imagined. this is watergate on steroids. remember, the nixon scandal, about a third rate burglary. this is a deep state, political hit job, now spying on an opposition party campaign, fbi spies during an election. it gets worse. the deep state isn't even trying to hide it, and what they did, they are not bragging about it. the former obama director of national intelligence, james clapper, isin actually saying, spying on the trump
campaign was a good thing. has he ever heard of the constitution? we will unpack all of these stunning new detailset tonight. i will make you question how this could ever happen in the united states of america and also tonight, a deep state source smear. this is pretty unreal. liberal media anonymous government sources falsely accusing the president and republicans and conservatives of actually endangering the life of an fbi informant. you know, the one that wasn't spying for the fbi and the trump campaign. do they have a warrant? is also revealing critical information about who this person really is, and tonight, the speaker of the house, paul ryan, he is now telling the special counsel, wrap up the corrupt investigation. also tonight, we have sad news out ofin texas. the president reacting to yet another tragic school shooting. we will explain why it is time for this country to get serious when it comes to protecting our precious children. there is an answer.
we'lln. explain the solution. we have that and more in tonigh tonight's important breaking news opening monologue. major developments again tonight on theni deep states spying on e trump campaign. james clapper, barack obama's former director of national intelligence, is actually today saying, it was a good thing that the trump campaign had a spy for the fbi in their campaign during an election. i can't believe it. watch it. >> they may have had someone who was talking to them in the campaign but, you know, the focus here, as it was with the intelligence community, is not on the campaign per se, but what the russians were doing to try to instantiate themselves in a campaign or to influence ort. leverage it. so if there was someone that was observing that sort of thing, that's a good thing. >> sean: where was the spy in
the hillary campaign, where she did pay for russian lies? clapper is so pompous, so arrogant, this is so illegal, he's actually bragging about surveilling an oppositionn party during a presidential election year. if that is theea case, this is t america. we don't have a constitution. this is something you'd expect from the former soviet union, venezuela. then you have clapper's friend,y john brennan, also after his eyeballs and as a scandal, probably knows a lot a about it, since he's the guy who voted for a communist for president. last night, the great one mark levin reacting to all of us. his analysis, dead spot on. take a look. >> we have a cabal of fbi agents who took it upon themselves to investigate a candidate and his campaign and then we have of course actual spies, one or more, and the trump campaign. what the hell is this? the soviet union, venezuela cup dome at? is the united states of america. i want to knoww what jen got my
john brennan, clapper, they did. not because i will punish them but you will make the decisions. we need to fix this. we cannot have another election where the federal government, our united states government, is interfering with an election. >> sean: the great one is right. we've been right. everyone on this program has been right. we need to fix it because this is about the constitution of the united states and is literally hanging in the balance at this hour. you haveve an elected deep state actors are shredding our fourth amendment rights, your rights to privacy, protection against unreasonable search and seizure. this is, as i have been telling you, one of the darkest chapters in american history. the trump campaign is targeted because people like clapper, john o brennan, comey, others, they think that they knew better than youy did, the american people, about who should a be te president. they weaponize to the powerful tools of intelligence, turned it on us, and they are now
politicizing differences, political differences. by the way, clapper, since you are so concerned about russian influence in the election, did you have a spy in the clinton campaign? we know for a fact or campaign was colluding, had a foreign agent, christopherer steele, paying for russian lies and propaganda to lie to the american people. clinton and the dnc, remember, they paid over $12 billion for the russian dossier full of russian lies. where is the fbi? where is the cia? where the spies? of course they weren't any. instead of investigating it, theyey used warmers by christopr steele, who they fired, as a trusted source, and they used false, completely unverified, never corroborated, a dossier he put together, never tell the judges she paid for it, and the process, lying to fisa court judges on four separate occasions. never revealing hillary paid for all of this.
this is the biggest abuse of power, corruption scandal we have seen in the history of this country. talk about watergate. this is watergate on steroids and human growth hormone. watergate, a third rate break-in that eventually forced a president to resign. you may remember this. >> to continue the fight through the months of it, would almost totally absorbed the time after the president of the congress. in a period with my entire should be on the great issues of peace abroad, and prosperity. therefore, i shall resign the presidency effective at noonon tomorrow. >> sean: what is playing out now, nothing compared to watergate. spying on an opposition party, it looks like watergate stealing
a candy bar from a candy store. the details of this abuse of power are so far worse, "the new york times" nowow confirming this week, everything we have been telling you that the "the times" all of a sudden didn't decide that they want to tell people the truth, this is about actively assisting the deep state and what the "the times" is doing is helping these bad actors get in front of the scandal because they know it is all coming out, so they are twisting and spinning the facts and crafting their own narrativ narrative. they now know, cross fire hurricane is coming. here's why. the deep state is about to be exposed, it's all happening. a portion of the doj, ig report, is set to come out in a couple of weeks, congress, they'll eventually get the documents that led up to the ig report, we'll see it all let's run
through the details, starting with this quote. the fbi obtain phone records, other national security letters, a secret type of subpoena, at least one government informant, spy, meant to several times with mr. paige, mr. papadopoulos, and current and former officials saying, that confirms the fbi had a spy and informant that infiltrated the trump campaign. where's the warrant? in addition? to lying to the for fisa judges, four times, to get the fisa warrant to spy on the trump campaign, the fbi is using secret spies. it was there another secret subpoena?te sounds like the deep state was using every single option available toig go after the trup campaign. by the way, after they rigged to the hillary investigation. here's another significant quote
that matches our reporting. days after they closed their investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private email server, agents began scrutinizing the campaign of her republican rival. "the times" adds that both these investigations were made up of a small group of the same top officials, so the same officials that rigged the clinton email investigation, even though we know she broke laws and obstructed justice, then they went after donald trump and set their sights on him. next, is this shocking part that directly implicates here john kerry and barack obama. nobody has picked up on this. top australian officials broke with diplomatic protocol, allowed the ambassador alexander downer to sit for an fbi diplomatic protocol broken, that means john kerry from the get-go, the obama
state department, i am sure the president, that means obama, all involved. that means they knew about this buying from the start.e as we have been saying for months, john kerry, barack obama need to answer two simple questions. what did you both know and when did you both know it. there are other disturbing details in this. these deep state sources revealed to "the new york times" that four trump camping associates were being investigated by the fbi. it wasn't just carter page and george papadopoulos, whoever he is. the fbi was also going after general michael flynn, paul manafort, from the get-go. this was a major intelligence operation. finally, these unnamed sources also tried to spin the peter strzok-lisa page text messages, what they were talking about, who we now think is andrew mccabe, their so-called insurance policy, in case the unthinkable happened and donald trump won. they are claiming now "they said that anything the fbi did publicly would only give fodder to measure terms campaign claims
that the election was rigged." mr. strzok countered that even if mr. trump's chances of victory were low, like dying before you are 40, the stakes are too high to justify inactio inaction. that's laughable and it proves our point. the deep state, these top players, not rank and file, desperately trying to spin all of this incriminating evidence. another new breaking story to tell you about tonight, anonymous government sources have been repeatedly looking to the media details about the fbi informant who did spy on the trump campaign played at the same time, they are accusing the president, republicans, even people like me, of putting this informant's life in danger. i've known thean guy's name fora full week. here's the latest example from "the washington post." "bigger than watergate" trump joints pushed by allies to expose the role of an fbi source. they are falsely smearing not only thens president and congressional republicans and yours truly, no, we are trying
to conduct an investigation, congress is, they have constitutional oversight authority. they are supposed to do this. in the process, "washington post," as biased as they are, is revealing key details about who the person is. for example, "the source is a u.s. citizen and has provided information over the years to both the fbi and cia as the previously reported and aided the russia investigation both before and after mueller's appointment in may of 2017, according to people familiar with his activities. okay. on the face of this, it's ridiculous. for the record, the person's name has been out there in the media. i've known it for over a week. by the way, it is not some closely held state secret. what is withholding now -- or unfolding before our eyes, utter insanity, and the total hypocrisy on display for the whole country to see. you have the doj, fbi, accusing the president, republicans,
people like me of endangering a source. at the same time, anonymous law-enforcement intel officials, they are the ones leaking the details about who the informant is. that is what we call a deliberative smear. here is point number two, this is really important. these unnamed federal officials have leaked more information to "the new york times" and "washington post" than they've given to congress because theyse are trying to get a friendly audience. and remember, rod rosenstein has been slowin walking, obstructin, stonewalling, every congressional attempt to do their constitutional authority of oversight, every chance he gets. when rosenstein does actually comply, he turned over heavily redacted information andnd the claims of national security, but we have seen that is just a lie. it's not true. look at these leaks about the fbi informant. you know what? would they really be doing all of this if it was a national
security threat? this is about getting out in front of congress, and front of the ig, in front of what they knowey is coming. they are trying to control the narrative, slowly bleated out. it has nothing to do with national security, just like rosenstein were attacking the fact that james comey didn't think that general flynn lied to the fbi. neither did anyone else in the fbi. that had nothing to do with the national security. that was a cya and rosenstein protecting his corrupt friends. he and jeff sessions, they either need to go or do their job. alsoac tonight, the president reacting to this horrible shooting, yes, another sad school shooting. this time, and taxes earlier today. let's take a look. >> unfortunately, i have to begin by expressing our sadness and heartbreak over the deadly shooting at santa fe high school in texas. this has been going on too long in our country. too many years, too many decades
now. we grieve for the terrible loss of life and to send our support and love to everyone affected by this absolutely horrific attack. to the students, families, teachers, and personnel at santa fe, we are with you in this tragic hour, and we will be with you forever. >> sean: very sad and this has to stop. our prayers and thoughts go to these families in texas. they lostld their children. trace gallagher is going to have a full report in a few minutes. as we have been saying on this program, itme is so far beyond time that everything be done to protect our kids in school. it is simple. we canis solve this. this is not a political issue. hard enough for schools, every school in this country needs a full threat to security assessment. every school. we'vee got to secure the perimeter and entry points of every school. we must require and mandate
ids for anybody that walks into a school.nt metal detectors in every single school. and we need to hire retired concealed carry police officers, retired military members, and we should have two on every floor of every school in america. that iss what i think is a simpe answer. here's an idea, by the way,, and kuester interested in new ideas, if these people work 15 hours, retired military, police, concealed carry, let's give them federal, state, local tax breaks as incentives. it won't cost a lot of money. it's not political. p it shouldn't be political. we protect our athletes, our politicians, those on the red carpet. how about we do this for our kids? let's do it in their best interest. more coming up later in the program. another disturbing scene sadly to tell you about. this meant taking place at trump national golf course, where police officers had to shoot a deranged man and his legs earlier today after he reported
started yelling at you trump rhetoric and opened fire inside of the resort. police are saying this lunatic wanted to lure officers into an ambush style attack. thank god they were able to stop this particular nutcase. joining us now with reaction, fox news contributor sara carter. judicial watch president tom fitton.watc author, attorney david limbaugh. full disclosure, david has negotiated every single radio and tv contract and book contract in my career, and i usually pay forf dinner. look, sara, this has been a huge week here. what james clapper said, okay, is basically, we don't have a country, we are not about the rule of law, there is no constitutional protections anymore in this country. >> pretty much. what he is saying is, and remember, clapper is being investigated for leaking by congress. so they believe james clapper was the one that actually deliver the information to cnn
after the president was briefed on the dossier by comey at trump tower. so clapper has a lot to answer for. but basically what clapper is saying, we weaponized the intelligence community to spy on a campaign because we were concerned about the russians. sean, what about the $500,000 that bill clinton got in 2010 for a speech he gave to renaissance capital, which come by the way, is very well-connected to the kgb? did they have a spy with bill clinton at the time, were people investigating the clintons and the clinton foundation during that time? i don't think so. this is i a very well orchestrated, it appears, plan to spy on a presidential campaign, and it's was very well partisan, it involved john brennan, clapper, it involved
foreignn assets, it involved u.. assets, and i think we are only seeing the top of this iceberg. i would like to see this unravel. i have a lot of questions about what i was going on in england t the time.. >> sean: you have a lot of reporting that i know is coming, as you have been telling me. david, let's look at this from the legal side. this is a pollute to politically targeted -- we did not have spies in the hillary campaign, no fisa warrants based on a trump dossier against hillary, lies to fisa warrants. weaponizing the powerful tools of intelligence, --
>> finding out what involvement russia had, then why would they have bent over backwards as andy mccarthy says, to avoid investigating hillary and indicting her and bent overve fr words to indict and implicate auntie jack president trump. why would they have deceived the fisa court if it was an innocent investigation? why would it have presented flimsy evidence that paid for by clintons sponsored group, funneled through the law firm. if it wasn't necessary, innocent investigation, why can't they just present real evidence? and said they deceived the source as to the fact that christopher steele had been fired by the fbi and after the fact that sid blumenthal and others had provided information, and it was a souk circular bootstrapping. based onon a report that was gin
to a news agency. it was also incestuous and corrupt. why would w comey have lied? >> sean: such a good point. tom, you can't have a dual system of justice. the hillary standard and the rest of us standard. for the doj to slow walk, obstruct, lie aboutie national security as a reason for reductions, and clapper's comments, they blow me away. the rule of law does not exist in america. what they did here, they think they have unfettered power to do anything they want if they don't like it. >> that's true. going back to the investigation itself, they were going all out against president trump with this spy operation. recall from the last ig report, which confirmed that the obama justice department, at the same time, was telling the fbi to stand down on any investigation
into the clinton foundation, which we now know that the fbi and doj knew full well was the recipient of monies from russia in order to influence the positiveve outcome on the uranim on investigation. quickly, let's get to the heart of this. this is the mueller operation. counterintelligence investigation that began in 2016 that is being continued. >> sean: let's give a preview of what is coming next week. sara. sara carter, what is coming next week? >> [laughs] i think we will have a lot more information on the inspector general's report, more directions on that. also a lot of stories coming on what was happening in london at the time. >> sean: all right, guys, thanks. great analysis. when we come back, a live report on thehe mass shooting in texas from earlier today. also the liberal media is yet again rushing to politicize a tragedy.
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after takeoff, just miles from havana's international airport. most of the passengers were cuban. five are foreigners. two survivors are in critical condition right now. they nearly 40-year-old passenger jet was leased by cuban aviation from a mexican airline. i'm jackie ibanez. now back to "hannity" ." ♪ >> sean: a school shooting took place yet again today. this time in santa fe, texas, here are some of the chilling eyewitnesses to duties horrific event. >> my friend got shot and as soon as the alarms went off, everybody just started running outside, and the next thing you know, everybody looked and you hear a boom, boom, and i just ran as fast as i could so i could hide. >> we heard the alarms go off, started running, i turned back around and they were arresting somebody by the art class, outside by the brick wall.
they were arresting somebody. i recorded that and then i left and ran with other kids. >> the fire alarm, i thought it was a popping or something, explosion, but then when i heard the next version of clo shots, i was like, that is not an explosion, those are gunshots. >> we were sitting in class, the next thing i know, we heard the teacher run through the hallway, he goes, there is a dude in the building with a shotgun. >> sean: fortunately, sadly, predictably, it didn't take long for the liberal media do try to exploit this tragedy and push their gun control agenda. take a look. >> until the political leadership is not a subsidiary of the gun lobby, and will take that issue one, at least to some read reasonable extent. >> i want to redo something before we bring in our next interview. chris murphy, the congressional district adjacent tois newtown, let's call it like it is. the horrifying inaction of congress, slaughter after
slaughter, has become a green light to would-be shooters who pervert silence into an endorsement. there will be a lot of similar sentiments today, especially for members ofof congress who have been pushing this issue. certainly an important part of this investigation, again, goes to a lot of the issues we've talked about for a long time, that is gun possession and gun rights and that will come up probably no doubt in this case. >> guns are not that hard to get, despite the laws in place. what does it tell you that this young man was 17 years old? >> sean: joining us with reaction,n, former deputy assistant to the president, fox news national security strategist, dr. sebastian gorka. author of the best-selling book, fox news correspondent at large, geraldo rivera. geraldo, you've agreed with me. we've got to solve this. i don't want to report this anymore. the way to do it is every school in america gets a full security threat assessment. every single school in america
perimeter check. points of entry must be monitored, and i.d. system, metal detectors, every floor of every school, two concealed carry armed retired military or police. that will stop at way that's not political, geraldo. >> it isn't, sean. i agree with you, brother, on how we have to solve this problem. what is very, very clear, harshly clear, is that thoughts and prayers don't cut it anymore. we are facing an epidemic. this is the 16th school related shooting thisth year. if there is a perverse copycat phenomenon going on. if we can protect our money and banks, we've said this before, if we can protect our airliners, for god sakes, we have to protect our school children. that means having the armed resource officers on the scene. in this case, we have to be frank about this. there were two heroic cops on
scene, both of them wounded as far as i can understand, even the chief arrived, firing his weapon at the alleged perpetrator, the 17-year-old ki kid. went have to do more. we have to have one entrance. i think that the lieutenant governor of texas said we have to have controlled access, we haveo to, as in many new york city and other big, urban districts, have metal detectors. if we can e do it for an airlin, why can't we do to protect our precious children. but we have to stop the rhetoric, stop the finger-pointing, let's do something. the president has to lead us, sean. he has to tell us, this is what we have to do. maybe it is local jurisdictions. i want federal oversight of every school, one rule for every schoolus, the children are our
most precious resource. if that is not a bunch of b.s., we have to do something about this awful, ugly phenomenon. >> sean: dr. gorka, we know how to do this because we do, rightly so, protect our politicians. we protect athletes and we've never had an incident at the oscars. armed security, threat assessment,, a points of entry, perimeter control, and people armed, concealed carry, on scene every floor, every school, and, yes, the metal detectors. >> this is not a complicated problem to solve. geraldo is half right. number one, we secure federal buildings. we secure banks. this is about controlled access to the most precious thing we have in our country, which is our children. however, i vehemently disagree. uncle sam to fix this for you. it is not about reinforcing the attitudes of the nanny state. this should be done at the local level. if the local school council can't sort this out, if the local municipality or the
government can sort this out, it is not going to be federal government that sorts it out, but controlled access is the key. >> sean: how about we give every police officer, retired, that would d volunteer two or three days a week, every retired military that would volunteer two or three days a week, how about we give them no federal, no state, no taxes? non? it would be insignificant in terms of the cost if we did it that way. thank you,u, both. sad today. our thoughts and prayers with the families again. this is got to stop. good may come back, white house press secretary sarah sanders on the media's current credibility crisis, which is major. stay with us. the people- redefining what that meant from one era to the next. over 90 years later we continue to build as one of the nation's largest investors in infrastructure. we don't just help power the american dream. we're part of it.
>> sean: all right. fake news, cnn's credibility continues to be called >> sean: fake new cnn credibility continues to be called into question, during ane interview on the liberal network, president trump's attorney rudy giuliani called out the entire network for their blatant bias. watch this. >> does the president ever --
is the ever on this network? >> i will tell you something. i think he gets the benefit of the doubt, much more often than you give credit for. >> most people think i'm crazy to come on here. they are unfair to the president. >> do you think this interview has been unfair? >> yeah, i do. >> by? > you are not giving me a chance to explain what the interest as is. you are not giving me a chance to explain the basis of it, with the fbi report that was faulty, the fbi report that came to the conclusion -- i don't understand how a man can be prosecuted when youu come to a conclusion he didn't do anything wrong. how can you invest to get a demand when you conclude he didn't do anything wrong? that part ofay up the report. >> sean: rudy giuliani is right.t. fake new cnn basically never gives this president a fair shake, they neverth will, they e not honest about that. for example, earlier this week, cnn trump hate, officially a reporter, supposedly, he goes on
"jimmy kimmel live" and said he was just as tough on obama as he was on president trump. >> are you there least favorite of all? >> probably. but fdr dripped on mike once said, i welcome their hatred. listen, when i covered barack obama, i was just as tough. >> they didn't like you either. you were universally disliked. >> sean: how he can actually say that with a straight face is beyond me. the tapes don't fly, and our friends at the media research center found this gem of jim aca covering president obama's inauguration in 2013. the only thing missing from ther so-called reporter are the pom-poms. take a look. >> obviously, this is the moment that everyone is waiting for on inauguration day when the president andte first lady step out of their limo and walk out pennsylvania avenue. you know, i feel like i should pinch myself right now.
i can't believe iie have this vantage point of history in the making. >> you are literally about 15, 20 feet away from the president? >> i am probably i a good, i wod say, 50 feet away from the president right now. >> that's very, very close. >> sean: with obama he needs to pinch himself. he says he's a reporter, a journalist. no, he's a liberal activist. be honest. earlier i spoke with white house press secretary sarah sanders about this and so much more. >> sean: sarah, thank you for joining us. you look at all of what i am pointing out here, i don't think there's ever been a more hostile news media in the country then there is burden of president trump. i think it is obvious. it is so bad that there is 91% negative coverage, according to the media research center. >> it's unreal, the amount of negative coverage that comes from the media covering this white house. nowt' just because it is so one-sided but because there is so many good things that they
could be talking about. the economy is booming, isis is on the run. remaking of the judiciary. getting rid of the individual mandate. the foreign policy, and the relationship that this president has built. d every single day, there's a good news story to tell. and yet, 90% of the coverage is negative.f john, one of the clips i hope you will go back and watch it, i think jim acosta also said, he would love to go one-on-one with president trump. just a note to jim, i think he should stick with going one-on-one with me because president trump is way out of his league. i don't think he wants to take on that challenge because he want win. iia think the media bias is outf control and he was a leader for the pack. >> sean: he wants to be an opinion person. i am a talk show host. as a talk show, sometimes i do straightht to news, sometimes i give opinion, other times i moderated debates, sometimes i debate. it is alll encompassing. i tell everybody i am a
conservative. we still do a lot of -- frankly, we break more stories than most of them in a week that may do in a year, my opinion. i may have been wrong so often. why does this continue in this sense? every day i watch you, i don't know how you do your job, there's not enough money on this earth to pay me to do what you do, and it's actually gotten personal and abusive. how we got into the point where maybe they should submit their questions in writing, hand back written answers, because all they are really trying to do is get a moment so they can show their audienceou is how chapped they are, and it's really just show time for them? not about getting answers? >> i do my job because i love this country and i love getting to come to work every day and work for president trump, who also loves this country t and wants to do good things. you can block out the critics and focus on the people acrossan the country that love thecr president, love what he's doing, and we tried to spend our energy
focused on those comments, and the people and the voices coming from outside of d.c. and outside of new york, and outside of the talking heads, because those are the people that really matter and those are certainly overwhelmingly supporting president trump and what he's done, and that makes it pretty is easy to come to work every day. >> sean: look at this week by the president was answering a question about the violent, violent gang known as ms-13. it is obvious. the media ran with it and then they ended up almost all of them having to retract it. there's a lot of attracting that they need to do, though. >> it is incredible. a lot of times you see the media automatically assume the worst out of this president. it is really sad because again, i think they are missing out on some of the most amazing things that are happening. he's had an incredible first year and a half and they are missing this because they so focused on being negative and attacking the president and everyone around him. i think that is a real
disservice to the country. he clearly was talking about ms-13 when he referenced the animals. i said it yesterday, i'll say it again.l i think he could have gone even further. these are some of the most despicable people that have ever walkedt this planet, the things they do, the type of activity they engage in, animal is the nicest thing that the president could have called them, and i hope you will continue to put pressure on everybr law enforcement agency and to bring them down and protect people all over the country and certainly, i think he has done a great job >> sean: great job. i don't know how you do it every day. and 14 states, record low unemployment and record low for hispanics, for women. kept his promise on jerusalem and got out of the -- and when we come back we'll talk more
marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. not the conservative guy, travis allen. what about this john cox? talks a big game... but what's he done? a chicago lawyer? huh? thirteen losing campaigns - seven in illinois? cox lost campaigns as a republican... and as a democrat. gave money to liberals. supported big tax increases.
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around hawaii's kilauea volcano. geologists are perplexed saying they don't know if it's the beginning or near the end of the eruption of the volcano. now back to "hannity" for all of your headlines, log on to foxnews.com. >> sean: as we continue on "hannity" tonight, more reaction to james clapper's stunning admission. we have matt schlapp. and radio tv talk host dr. gina loudoun. dr. loudoun, look, to me this is simple do. we have a dual system of justice in this country, the clinton system versus everybody else and are we going to spy and get fisa
warrants on every campaign or send in an fbi informant without a warrant? >> this is really more -- if all these crimes were happening, it wouldn't be such a big deal because the american people would know about it if the media were reporting it fairly. i want to put this in perspective. imagine for a moment if during watergate for example, the media had been covering up for the things that happened during watergate. that's not the case in this particular instance, the media is covering up for the criminals in this and conspired against the american voter to undermine an entire election. we need to let that sink in as an american people and fight it on every level. >> sean: it's not only the fisa abuse. think about that, unverified and uncorroborated, foreign national put together, christopher steele, russian lies to
influence an election. bad enough. and then the bulk of information, never verified, she paid for it. now we have a spy in the trump campaign? this is not the united states if this is allowed to stand. >> that's right. and i think the worst part is that we have been covering this the entire trump presidency and at the end of the campaign and there is confusion about what our government did to try to undermine and influence our presidential election. you got to repeat that to yourself a couple times and let it sink in. this is a constitutional crisis. i watched this interview with clapper on that show i won't mention because i hate it so much. and i watched mark levin on your show. this is a constitutional crisis. i advise the president to do what ronald reagan did. he picked experts in foreign policy and they came up with
solutions to implement immediately. >> sean: i can't imagine what the reaction would be if they spied on the hillary campaign and she actually was paying for russian lies. >> right. again, if they had done all of this, if anything in this were fair from the things that have taken place in a totally hypocritical manner by the left, by the powers that be, by the government agencies but the media never reporting it accurately and giving the agencies the permission to cover it up in hindsight it is a constitutional crisis. >> sean: last word, matt. >> the american people are getting the joke here. they know there were abuses and the president's numbers are getting better and better. the american people are fair and coming to his side. >> sean: good to see you both. when we come back, rush limbaugh
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>> ♪ >> sean: yes, the host in the country rush limbaugh sounding off on the news that james clapper said it's a good thing if the fbi had a spy in the trump campaign. wow, take a listen. >> the fbi gains a lot of valuable information from informants. >> okay, i will tell you what, then, clapper. whoever you people run in 2020, we will put a spy. it will be a valuable thing. we will find out who is trying to rig the election for you. if the russians tampering with campaigns is a big deal, no, no, we were trying to find out what the russians were doing. you people have done more to damage the integrity of the american electoral process than vladimir putin could do in his dreams. i am not joking.
>> sean: great points by rush as usual. that's all the time we have this evening. thank you for being with us. we hope you have a great weekend. let not your heart be troubled. "the ingraham angle" is next here. see you on monday. >> good evening and live from new york city. i am pete in for laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle." a tough day for our nation as we grapple with yet another school shooting this evening. we will bring you complete coverage from every angle on the tragedy in texas. we dissect a huge move by the trump administration to strip planned parenthood of millions of dollars of federal funding. long over due. a new report from the "new york times" coming out just moments ago on whether team obama spied on the trump campaign. fresh new details on that and a possible change in strategy by president trump towards north korea ahead of the big meeting next month. we begin with the deadly events