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>> tucker: man that was fun, show that is the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness, and especially group think. good night from washington. sean hannity is next. ♪ >> sean: welcome to the busy night of "hannity" where a lot of breaking news and analysis, i promise you will not get anywhere else. phis abuse, fisa fraud, fraud upon courts, russian lies paid for by the clinton campaign and the dnc, bribery. we had american uranium, the foundational materials for nuclear weapons, oh, they go to russia and putin in exchange for what appears to be kickbacks. fraud, pay to play, rampant corruption, and conflict of interest everywhere. and for years, what has happened? the democratic party, the clintons, the media, and their highest ranking officials in the last two years inside of your
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government fleecing the american people. committing serious crimes, but tonight the mainstream media in america, the democrats, the deep state cronies obsessing over one thing and one thing only, the fantasy. the imaginary campaign finance allegations against president trump. now, we will break all of this down. which is the left final desperate attempt to destroy, delegitimize, and unseat a duly elected president prayed over turn your vote, plus we will show you how disgraced fbi director james comey -- you may have just implicated himself pay to stay tuned. in moments i will sit down for a rare one-on-one interview with jared kushner. also new gay marriage, lindsey graham will join us tonight, and you will not believe this, insane what a liberal professor is saying about god and the virgin mary, we will get to all of that, but it is time for a breaking news opening monologue. ♪ so it begins, remember just a few months ago during the midterms, i repeatedly warned
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you, pretty much every night about what to the democrats were real but hidden agenda was. the agenda that they were hiding before the election. they want to impeach the president, they want open borders, get rid of ice and want their crumbs back at desperately, more regulations and endless nonstop investigation into all things donald trump and his administration. now every night as we go over the news, i want you to look at things from a different perspective. as we talk to the new newsmakers on the democratic side. ask yourself very important questions because you are going to come to a conclusion pretty quickly, i think. are those in power that we show you every night -- ask yourself, if what they are doing is good for this country. to do their comments, do their remarks, drew their actions, do they strengthen the country? will what they are doing improve the lives of the american people? help the american people? advance our country, our
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country's interest. you can forget about a red state, blue state, democrat, republican, conservative, liberal, is what you're seeing good for the united states of america and the american people? because as we speak, there are some in this country that are so filled with anti-trump rage every second, every minute, every hour of every day that they are willing to say and to do anything to destroy the president, his family, delegitimize the 2016 election, even if america and we the people suffer as a result. many months ago i identified what i call the five forces that are actively working against the president. obviously it is democrats, they hate him. then you have the establishment media, they hate him. never-trumpers they want to not be a part in electing somebody who has governed conservatively. establish republicans that are weak. and the deep state. the emperor almost two years
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they have been totally obsessed as we all know by now russia, russia, russia with a few intermittent distractions like storming, storming, whatever else. but on friday the five forces suffered a setback when the memos on paul manafort, michael cohen indicated no, none, no evidence of any trump-russia collusion. a zero. taxicab medallions, loan applications, taxes in general. nothing about russia or trump. the forces were kind of distraught, so they sent their selves into the predictable convulsions and settled on plan b, their backup plan, imaginary finance campaign plans, that's what the russia collusion was about to read and then in the sad and hate filled world, michael cohen's guilty plea making the illegal contributions will surely result in the end of president trump once and for all. or so they say. let's take a look at the
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manufactured but predictable hysteria. >> this is a man that statement only max said that i am bigger than the house, bigger than free press. and he is only going to paste that for the rest of his life. >> when immigrants procure their citizenship by fraud, we strip them of their sedatives their citizenship, when a president procures his presidency, should we consider g the same? >> i think the american people would support impeachment. >> donald trump must be, will be impeached. >> he has to know that his future looks like it is behind bars. >> donald trump is a criminal enterprise. >> it certainly looks like they are the kind of offenses that would call for impeachment hearings. >> you have this memorable phrase of individual number one, and it will go down in the history books along with some of the memorable watergate phrases. >> he may be the first president in quite some time to face the prospect of jail time. >> when evidence become so clear
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that you're very likely have a criminal sitting in the oval office, what is the congress left to do at that point? >> sean: these are the same people that have been saying the same lies for years and it is unfounded according to fox news legal analyst, gregg jarrett, if the nondisclosure payment to stormy daniels or anybody else served a secondary purpose or dual-purpose, then it is not considered a campaign contribution and thus not illegal. in other words have the payment benefited the trump organization, the trump brand name, even president trump on a personal or family level, that is not against the law. it is as simple as that. and the president summed it up pretty perfectly on twitter writing "there was no collusion, so now the democrats go to a simple private transaction. calling it a campaign contribution, which it was not, but even if it was, it is only a civil case like obama's, but it was done correctly by a lawyer. and there would not be a fine,
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lawyer's liability if he made a mistake, not me. cohen trying to get his sentence reduced, which hunt." remember that cohen changed his story on the issue, and it is fascinating, because the liberal media and the democrats only want to pick the version that fits their desire political goal. they did not believe him the first time. even initially stated that the daniels payment for example came out of his own pocket without the president's knowledge, and sadly most of his alleged crimes do include lying and fraud. but the media wants to believe cohen now. they do not like michael cohen. they have never liked michael cohen. and they are not his friend today. meanwhile the president has acted in accordance with the la law. with no criminal finance violation and sure as hell never colluded with russia which is what this was supposed to be about. but then disgruntled director james comey, never letting innocence get in the way of his complete and total obsessive hatred for president trump. he called on americans to oust
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president trump with "every breath we have." but he is not bias at all, take a look. >> all of us should use every breath we have to make sure that the line stops. on january 20th, 2021. >> tucker: i guess he does not have a political agenda, the same guy that lead to information to get robert muellr appointed. oh, that is the same comey who might have espionage issues himself by releasing those documents in the same guy that well, may be in trouble himself with the law. i have some advice for jim comey, do not throw stones from a glass house, it is december, but the year of the boomerang is not quite over. late last week comey testified behind closed doors on capitol hill about the multiple controversies with his leadership at the fbi including fisa abuse, his handling of the clinton investigation for a man that claims to have such integrity and great memory. he seemed to have a really hard time answering questions or
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remembered anything the matter, many accused him of using his attorney is to run interference while another 245 times he says he cannot remember. >> the republicans came out and said that a government lawyer ran the interference in signs of a shutdown of specific mines, did that happen? if so what topics were not discussed? >> one, you read the transcripts and i think you will see that not happening. >> sean: he did admit that the steele dossier was never verified. we will get to that in a second. another lie from james comey, the transcript was out, happening over and over and over again, 250 times according to trey gowdy, he answered, i don't recall 71 times, he stated i don't know an additional 166 times. one lawmaker reportedly said "his memory was so bad i fear that he might not remember
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having -- how to get out of the room after the interview. it was like he suddenly developed alzheimer's after conveniently remembering enough facts to sell his book. pretty awful paid a lot of selective amnesia from somebody who claims to be an innocent man. but even more troubling is this. something that comey actually said during the hearing. according to the transcript from friday, he admitted that hillary it's bought and paid for dirty rushing dossier, the one that was used to commit a fraud four separate occasions on fisa courts was never verified either before or after the fisa warrant application. let me explain this. in other words, the fbi and the doj had zero idea if what they were using to get one of the hardest warrants to get, a fisa warrant, zero clue whether any of the evidence was credible. true, and cooperated, which by law and by a protocol must
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happen as a matter of course. they spied on an american citizen, trampled on his fourth amendment constitutional rights. a trump campaign associate with information paid for by the clinton campaign and the dnc that we now know is completely and totally unverified. but wait, didn't rod rosenstein or sally yates, who signed off, signing off on the final fisa application, identity say that law enforcement if they are going to sign a fisa warrant, identity say that that officer must wear that the information in the fisa request is true and accurate? and if he got it wrong, there were serious consequences. i know, because i have the tape. >> there is a lot of talk about fisa applications. many people that i see you talking about it seem not to recognize what a fisa application -- a fisa application is actually a warrant just like a search warrant, in order to get a fisa search warrant, you need an
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affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears that the information in the affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief. and that is the way that we operate. if it is wrong, sometimes it is, if you find out that that there is anything incorrect, that person will face consequences. >> sean: comey will face consequences. just waiting to find out what they were. in american was spied on by your federal government, think about this with a warrant based on what was on cooperated, unverified, opposition research, bought and paid for it lies by hillary clinton. and they never told the judge that hillary paid for it. ever. multiple judges were lied to. multiple frauds were committed on the fisa court. when will we hear from the fisa judges? because those would be crimes in all likelihood, our own gregg jarrett has identified six specific felonies that would be applicable on this case alone.
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now if the left really cared about civil liberties, they would be demanding an investigation. they would care about equal justice under the law, equal application of our laws, and our constitutional rights. but like with everything else, the destroy-trump forces are willing to put all of their hatred for the president above everything else, for them it is always politics it is the very reason they tried to ruin justice kavanaugh's life without any due process without any presumption of innocence on a case that have been 36 years prior. but at the same time they barely gone, said nothing over recent abuse allegations, physical, emotional, against keith ellison, the number of two at the dnc. many of the same people of bill clinton. none of them spoke out about michael avenatti. if you are a democrat, you do not get the kavanaugh treatment. that is a very reason why they obsess about russia, russia for years, but they ignore the
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uranium one scandal. where vladimir putin had a network inside this country. the foundational material of nuclear weapons, for crying out loud. 20% of america's foundational material for nuclear weapons. putin network in america, we have a spy in there. that is chronicling robbery, kickbacks, money laundering, extortion. and he is telling the fbi, then robert mueller, but the deal still went through, hillary approved it. and guess what, her foundation ended up with people involved in that deal $145 million. given to the clinton foundation. and yes, some of that uranium left the united states paid where's the outrage over that serious russia scandal? why would we ever allow putin's thugs in america to get a hold of our uranium and we do not have enough uranium as a country? where's that investigation? and in the case of hillary's dirty dossier, same here. 2016, the campaign funneled
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millions of dollars, oh, three law form, i bet if paul manafort or michael cohen did it they would be arrested. but anyway, losing a research firm, hiring a foreign national who uses questionable sties spies from russia, christopher steele putting together research from russia. the dossier is based on russian lies paid for by hillary, and i thought we were investigating russian influence on the election. no investigation into bought and paid for lies to influence the american people. so you think about this when you turn on these other networks or pick up a newspaper. you think about this if you listen to any democrat across this country and their sanctimony, and their lecturers talking about campaign finance, there is no trump-russia collusion. but we have major, major mistakes. let's see, vladimir putin, tell vladimir about more flexibility
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after the election, or the uranium one deal. or what we were just talking about and that relates to the dossier. joining us now, south carolina senator lindsey graham. a senator, have one big question, you are laughing -- >> that is allowed to unpack. that was pretty good. >> sean: i care about, i do not trust putin. i think that he is a thug. he sent his thugs here. we had an fbi spy in his network. he is trying to get a foothold on our uranium industry. we all knew about it, but they still signed off on the deal. and hillary benefited through the foundation. she paid for a russian dossier full of lies. absolute lies that were disseminated for the american people. where's that investigation, senator? >> we should have had a special counsel appointed a long time ago to look at all things clinton. so here's what i will do if i am the chair of the judiciary committee and the senate next te
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any information beyond the dossier offered to get the warrant? and if the dossier was unverified, how could you swear to the court that it was accurate? somebody misled the court. so i promise you and your listeners that we will find out how this warrant was issued. how could a judge determined that there was probable cause if the only document was the dossier that was unverified. how did the system break down? >> sean: senator, you have to be honest. not only did -- and that information was pushed out to the american people. they did not verify it or did they tell the courts of something i believe is pertinent. that hillary paid for it. why would they not tell -- why would they hide that from the court? >> to issue a warrant against an american citizen, to surveilled them under the fisa statute, the judge has to believe that there is probable cause that the person is connected to a foreign entity. if the document that the judge was given was paid for by a
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political party and the opposing candidate, and it was never verified and is not verify to this day, what happens to those who submit the document to the court? if they are not punished, you're going to reinforce doing this in the future. imagine if it was the trump campaign, the rnc hired a foreign agent to get a political dossier against clinton given to the court that turned out to be a bunch of garbage and it would be front page news all over the world. we will not let this go because it is important to the american people that the fisa warrant application process works correctly. >> sean: when we get to the bottom, obviously comey is biased and wanted hillary to win as was peter strzok who interviewed her and thought that you should win 100000000-0. are we going to go back to the investigation into the illegal server with classified and top-secret information? are we going to get into the uranium one? how did that ever happen? was there a quid pro quo?
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and who would appoint a special counsel? would it be the new attorney general? can the president do it? can you do it? >> it would be the new attorney general paid here's what is frustrating to you and others. when mueller is done, nobody can doubt that trump was looked very hard. they are trying to flip people right and left, none of that was done during the clinton investigation. if the people involved in investigating clinton wanted her to win and trump to lose. so he never had the same scrutiny. i hope in the future that is corrected. spelling can the president -- you are telling the president to hold out for the $5 billion for the wall? or don't do the deal? >> don't do it, put it on the tail and make them say no to wall funding and relief of the doctorate, stay strong, mr. president. you have the right side of the issue. >> sean: art, lindsey graham, good to see you. and coming up, a rare exclusive one-on-one interview with senior adviser to the president, does not do many interviews, jared
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kushner is up next, newt gingrich and the war on christmas may be worse than ever. to stay ahead. ♪
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♪ mom. ♪ ♪ >> sean: joining us now for a rare exclusive one-on-one interview, senior adviser to the president, that would be jared kushner. good to see you. you hate doing these interviews. i do not blame you, who would want to come on and do this? >> it is good to be with you, sean. >> sean: a lot going on at the white house, let's start with the news paid a new ag coming in, we are waiting an for chief of staff. obviously two years of the mueller probe hanging over everybody's head. no evidence of collusion, but it seems like the pressure is ratcheting up. what is it like inside the white house? what can you tell us about the changes?
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>> i want to start by thinking general kelly for his great service to this administration, general kelly has served the state for 40 years, and very helpful to the president towards implementing a lot of the important parts of his successful agenda. so i want to start with that. the president right now that brought a new white house counsel who just started and it's going to be fabulous, the president announced the pick for attorney general who will be good as well from what i am seeing. and right now the in the white house we have a lot of people who are getting along and the president won't make the right choice of chief of staff. if choosing someone he has a great chemistry with, who will help him navigate the next couple of years through all of the good opportunities to keep pushing forward. >> sean: 30 years in radio, 23 years as a fox news channel, for example, news came out today that nobody will talk about that the u.s. is now an oil exporting nation for the first time in seven years. add that to all of the other
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economic success and foreign policy success, you do not hear about it. you are inside that white house. if you turn on the tv, you know what you will hear every second, minute, hour of every day, how does that impact you and the rest of the white house? >> i think that there is a large part of the white house that it does not impact that much paid we know what the president wants to get through, he is clear what our objectives are. our job is to come in every day and focus on those goals and keep moving along. nobody saw these numbers coming in terms of the oil experts and how we were going to make america an independent country, but we have accomplished that. that has been through a lot of great work of a lot of the cabinet secretaries, but the leadership of the president to make that happen. so there is a lot of stories i get a lot of attention in the news, but we have a lot of phenomenal people in the white house and the administration who show up to work every day ignoring the noise that is out there and just focusing on how do we accomplish the objectives of the president which is to make our country or
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prosperous, increased wages for people, create more jobs and keep people safe. >> sean: one of the issues, you work on specific issues, i will ask you about the middle east. i know that you have been working on that, but i want to get into the issue a prison reform. i think one of the greatest moments in the president's history, he commutes a sentence of a woman by alice marie johnson. i'd a chance to interview her, and we have this video of her after what 20 years in jail, one drug offense, it was serious, but one. and she comes out and i will never forget what she said, she said thank you, america, thank you mr. president. you want to regret giving a second chance. and there is a big prison reform bill, and i know that you're spearheading it in terms of the white house. and i know that there has been reluctance and resistance, especially mitch mcconnell in the senate and others, my question to you is, why it is, what to do we need to do when you have a 77% recidivism rate,
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and -- are we locking people up but not equipping them to meet the challenges when they finally get out? what do you see as the biggest problem? >> so this bill will accomplish a lot to make our community safer, the recidivism rate that we have is way too high. not doing anything about that is irresponsible. we are allowing people to go back to the communities we can help. and there are a lot of programs based in red states that we have really modeled us off of. we know that this works. and we have been able to build a very strong bipartisan coalition under the president's leadership to come up with a bill that we think can really solve a lot of those problems. and what it is is going into the prisons and giving job training, vocational training. mentorship, mental health treatment, drug addiction treatment to people who are coming out to her nonviolent offenders and figuring out how when they leave prison they have a better chance of getting a job in reentering society in a productive manner than going back to a life of crime. these reforms are based on what has worked and it will make a big difference.
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so the president has built an amazing bipartisan coalition of democrats and republicans, and we are very close right now, and hopefully this will get to the floor and we will be able to have a big bipartisan celebration before christmas. >> sean: violent offenders, those are people that you cannot let out. those are people that have to serve their term, but on the other hand i do think that there has been disproportionate sentencing, especially for example on the cracker and powder cocaine issue, that is been proven over and over again prayed i would love to see the president. and i don't know if this part of the package transform the power of the pardon. put up committees, find those people that we really believe have a very low chance of recidivism, one time offenders like alice marie johnson and find them all and let them -- give them another chance with certain conditions, perhaps. >> this bill does part of that, and it rings all of the different inmates who are in the federal prison system under a likelihood of committing a crime
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in the future. and it allows us to focus on the nonviolent people who have a low risk, somebody like alice marie johnson, that case was a grave mistrust us. and the president did a great job of writing that wrong. that case really touched his heart and that was something where he realized that there was no reason for taxpayers to be paying to how somebody like alice when she could be out in society and be a good role model for others. taking the mistakes that she made and figuring out how to show other people how to not to make those same mistakes. we have a great criminal justice system in the country, it is the best in the world, but still far from perfect. the bill would do a lot to correct some racial disparities. >> sean: can we save money? can we save taxpayers money in the process? >> absolutely, we are putting too much money towards warehousing people that we do not need to be warehousing, it should be going to law enforcement on the front lines keeping our communities safe. and as we do this right it has we have seen in the republican states, able to reduce crime and cost. which is why this is something
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that is good. again this is a policy that we have been able to bring a lot of smart people together, we have a great coalition, and the reason we have been able to do that is because it is a data-driven model and it is based on things that work and have worked befor before. >> sean: last question, another area that you have been interested in is the middle east, you have been on a number of trips, you have in the jordan, egypt, israel, saudi arabia. you have talked all these people. it seems like there is a moment where there is a new alliance or coalition emerging against a gemini and nuclear armed iran, has that process been hurt as a result of the jamaal khashoggi killing, and know that individuals are being held responsible, and do you feel that we will get to the bottom of it if we have not already. >> i think that our intelligence agencies are making assessments and we are hoping to make sure that there is justice brought to where that should be, we are focused on the broader region which is figuring out how to hopefully bring a deal together
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between the israelis and the palestinians. that conflict has gone on for way too long. the president has been focused on trying to bring all of the different parties together. we are hopeful in the next couple of months we will put out our plan which not every side will love, but there is enough reasons why people should take it and move forward. this plan will keep the israeli people safe, give them a good future, but also give a real opportunity and hope for the palestinian people so that they can live much better lives. i've been saying a lot that you should not be hijacking your children's future because of your grandparents conflict. and this is a conflict that has been going on for way too long. and the way the people are living in gaza and west bank right now is not acceptable. and there is a lot that we could be doing to improve the quality of life, but it comes with resolving some of the core issues. it is not just the arrears israelis or palestinian people, it is all of the people throughout the entire middle east who would like to se issue resolved so that they can focus on a brighter future. >> sean: jared kushner, thank you for being with us paid
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we appreciate your time. the disgraced fbi director james comey set to face lawmakers again next week. catherine herridge has a full report, and newt gingrich weighs in, and an unbelievable story about a professor and what that professor said about the immaculate conception and the
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because he claimed not to know or could not remember key details including the surveillance warrant application for trump campaign aide carter page. it says verified application, which means that the information is vetted. but comey testified that the fbi was working to substantiate the dnc-clinton campaign funded dossier before and after the application. >> it is hard to believe that jim comey would've forgotten all of those different details. i mean, i am on the intelligence committee, and jim comey testified a number of times, i never recall him not being able
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to answer a question. >> committee democrat said that hearing was designed to damage the special counsel, not search for answers. designed to come back a week today and will likely face questions about leaking memos, documenting his conversations with the president, sean. >> sean: catherine herridge in washington, thank you. joining us with reaction of the best seller "trumps america, the truth about our nation's great comeback." former speaker of the house newt gingrich is with us. so not answering any questions, but he literally said something that should be remarkable to everybody. that's what the newness and grassley memo said, the bulk of information for the fisa application to spy on a trump campaign associate, never told the judges, hillary paid for it. so it may be political nature asked rick. they never verified it. and listening to everything else that he says, how do you get a fisa warrant by committing a fraud like that on the court? >> without any consequence.
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the very people who lied to the court, they are not tracing any consequence. if comey had been a witness being interviewed by mueller and had 245 i can't remembers, i suspect that they would keep him in there for 1,000 hours until we finally -- she finally remembered. this is nonsense. any person with a reasonable sense of judgment knows that today were breaking the law for the purpose of trying to defeat donald trump and stem when the trump won anyway, they went on breaking the law including illegally leaking things and this is not -- as far as a historian, it's hard to explain how unique it is to have the head of the federal bureau of investigation this deeply engaged, this dishonest, this patently fraudulent. i mean, nobody believes that he
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did not know 245 times. and i think that it is a really sad commentary on how sick the system has gotten. >> sean: the russians were invited to interfere in our election with what we now know to be fake information that hillary and to the dnc that she was running paid for the dossier that even the dossiers author does not recognize as true. maybe when pushed under oath, and then comey admits that the dossier is unverified, they literally did this four times, they signed their name to this. and nobody had bothered to look to find out that it was nonsense. and when you look at the russian investigation and trump begins in july of 2016 by may, both lisa page and james comey said that there was still no evidence. then they appointed mueller to find it because they cannot find it. >> let's be very clear here.
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if we had any sense of equal justice, everything that comey has done what in fact from the standpoint of mueller would have comey right now lined up for a whole series of felony charges. you are right, he is signing documents which is illegal to sign knowing that they are false. and now he is telling us, he did not know the things that he said in the document. well, in any reasonable system, comey would now be guilty by his own admission of a series of felonies including what they are going to ask about next week, which is having leaked things which is illegal. but it tells you what a one-sided political witch hunt mueller is engaged in. that all of these things go on and it never becomes important, but going after general flynn after his 35 years of risking
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his life for america, that is okay. even though nothing that he has been accused of is comparable to what comey has admitted. >> sean: what comey has admitted, what clinton has done, the russian dossier, the uranium one deal. i mean, i begin to worry here. and then you see immediate and total meltdown freak out mode, screaming every second, minutes, and our of the day impeachment. because they could not get what they wanted out of russia, now they are suggesting that it is a campaign finance violation and they want to believe that michael cohen's new story about the deal that he put together that he said the president did not know about, and he paid it out of his own money. but now they will take the second version and go with that as gospel truth. >> as i said on your radio show today, and my newsletter on wednesday will be all about this. i believe that we should challenge mueller to release all 70 hours, 70 hours of his interviews with cohen. we have to find out how often
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did they blackmail him? how often did they threaten him? how many different stories did you tell? why did they only believe the one that suits their purpose? because my guess is that you will find 70 hours that he told five or six or seven different stories. >> sean: mr. speaker, thank you. if that will be interesting. it will be a hell of a year coming up. you will not believe what one professor is accusing god of being. it will discuss to you, but it is something that we better deal with now. ♪
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♪ >> sean: here we go again, you cannot make this up, a psychology professor at minnesota state university among cotto accused god of being a
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predator for impregnating the virgin mary without her consent. the associate professor made the argument on twitter, we did reach out to the university for comment, they told us "minnesota state university denounces all messages that demean religious beliefs of any kind, however as a public institution of higher education, we respect the rights and privileges associated with the u.s. constitution including the first amendment, right and freedom of speech and religion. " we find this message ridiculous, outrageous and offensive, he has every legal right to voice his opinion." remember the self-proclaimed grinch principal in nebraska banning candy canes because they were shaped like a letter "jay" for, he has been put on leave. and mike huckabee, and cathy areu is back with us. kathy, it is very interesting
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that you get reactions depending on somebody's individual faith. there are some times that if anybody says anything negative about some religion that is politically incorrect. but it seems that one group who is acceptable to bash the deeply held religious beliefs, and seems to be on a more regular basis christian and christians. why? why is that? >> perhaps they are the most popular religion, maybe it is because more people know more about christmas than they do about kwanzaa than they do about hanukkah. so it is easier to pick on the religion that most people know about, the holiday that most people know about. >> sean: what is your reaction to what the person said about the virgin mary and sexual assault by god. >> it was so extreme, but take anything out of context, the story itself if you are just to explain the story. about this, and spirit and what
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the story is, then you would think, well, that is wild, but then if you put it back into the context from the bible, then it is religion and it makes perfect sense. but when you take something out of context like that, if you pull out of context, you can make anything up. people love to do that. or they love to say of was alive now, what would he do? where would you shop? what would he eat? so he was really extreme. he went way out there. >> sean: i am not a part of a group that says fire him. i guess people in school have a right to sign up for somebody's class or not sign up for somebody's class. it is up to them. but we are seeing a lot of this. you know, we have a nativity scene and the baby jesus is in bars. candy canes are banned because jay equals to use this pit and never really saw a candy cane as a jay before, but apparently that happens. and then you have a first grader who is being told that santa does not exist in reindeer do not exist, contradicting the values of parents.
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this happens every year, why? >> you know, sean, i think the first of all the professor probably got run over by a church bus when he was a little kid and has never gotten over it. i cannot imagine how somebody can come to the conclusion even having a cursory reading of the gospel story. but the one thing that i will complement for, it appears that he does believe in the birth of jesus christ, so that is a plus. he just does not believe that it happened as though scripture teaches it. this principle in nebraska, that is one for the books. that the shepherd's staff candy cane mind to remind somebody of. i have news for her, and i know that this will shock her, but christmas is all about the worship of christ, christ mass is what it is about. i hope she does not get any presence, may be a lump of coal. and it would be unfair to her
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and might insult her sensitivities. we are living in an absurd age. i grew up in a time where not everybody believed in, but we accepted that it was a part of our culture. you do not have to embrace the spiritual and religious aspects of it to appreciate that it was christianity that built most of the hospitals, the great colleges and universities, including every single one of the ivy league schools. now that they have any semblance of connection to the history. but sean, it is like the society has lost its collective mind. >> sean: well, america was founded on judeo-christian principles, period. when we come back at, really revealing what is behind the
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>> ♪ >> rush limbaugh explains the big picture. what is really going on? take a look. >> the whole point of all of
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this is to just flood the media each and every day with all of this negative news about trump stealing the election, being immoral, has been designed to get you to have doubts about trump. it is specifically designed to make you afraid to publicly proclaim your support for trump. it is about you beginning to be afraid to support trump because of the reaction you are going to get from people who are being treated to this salacious stuff. they can't get to where they want to go if trump's approval numbers hang in the mid 40s or higher. >> sean: rush is right. death by 1,000 cuts. that's all of the time we have for tonight.
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remember the radio show each afternoon. laura is next. have a great night. see you tomorrow. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> laura: i am laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle" from new york city tonight. the left ambushes another public figure social media sins from year's past. this time a "usa today" writer found tweets from murray written when he was 14 years old. where does this end? an alarming report about police recruits plummeting in two-thirds of the departments across the country. being the derision of law enforcement lead to a public safety crisis? an

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