us a note. we will be absolutely impressed. next? 9:00 p.m. hosting that shall come alive from new york city, we have a special surprise for you. >> sean: it's not a surprise! >> tucker: sean hannity. >> sean: who were you fighting with today. >> tucker: all i am doing is standing up for myself. >> sean: there are people who want to silence voices they don't like. if you don't like the show, tune in anyway. we believe in freedom of speech, expression. i don't believe in boycotts. i want all voices to be heard. busy next tonight. democrats are very anxious, jerry nadler all of a sudden is beginning to sweat. they cowardly schiff? he's looking more shifty than he usually is. he's the only guy caught on tape
colluding with russians. tell us what you have... "we've got naked pics... that idiot, he thought he was getting intel. let's investigate that guy. the infighting between pelosi, heretical base is getting and the fringe candidates running for president are more than scary, they are more than less than inspiring, their ideas are chilling, but the democratic party tonight are in shambles and for good reason. a multiyear arc russian collusion hoax was a failure. trump winning happened. by the way, look at his presidency. a huge success. thank goodness, thank god, the economy is booming. the forgotten men and women, nearly 7 million americans off of food stamps, as many out of poverty. and we have the lowest
unemployment, the best employment situation since 1969. yes, people left behind. every demographic are doing better, setting record low unemployment numbers in this country. the democrats? they are playing, i guess, whatever they always do, games. they aren't doing anything to help the american people. they don't have any agenda that's going to solve our problems. it's a card they keep playing over and over again. russia, russia, russia. we investigate a couple of times can we get what we want. it doesn't work that way. desperate effort to keep the russian collusion hoax, the conspiracy theory alive for as long as possible? chairman jerry nadler, the gym ferry committee, the intel chair, adam "the cowardly" schiff are forcing bob mueller to testify in public on capitol hill and he said he didn't want to do it and he's going to stick to the report. we will see next wednesday. i don't think it's going to work
out the way they think. i'm almost certain. according to the ap, the democrats are beginning to listen to hannity. they are worried about next wednesday's hearing. i'm excited about it. they should be. robert mueller long said that the report will speak for itself. zero charges for obstruction of justice and it was decided as it should be a special counsel loss, they actually read it, the deputy attorney general and the office of the legal counsel. those questions have all been thoroughly answered in the exhausted, frankly political, poorly written, horribly law based, 448 page report. meanwhile, republicans should focus on the litany of what our unanswered questions that we have previewed on this program last night, we are going to do a full hour tomorrow night. the political bias, prosecutorial misconduct, conflict of interest, so many crucial topics will get the attention they deserve.
not going to come from the republicans on the committee. it's coming for that comes as the democrats 'frenzied calls for impeachments, they are actually going quiet. look at this from "politico," the prominent house advocates acknowledge the push has slowed to a standstill. that means, if you want to go ahead, great. but that's going to guarantee trump's reelection and the republicans get control of the house and senate and we can solve more of america's problems and help the forgotten men and women even more become richer, raise the standard of living, and become energy independent where the strait of hormuz will never matter to us again in terms of strategic foreign policy. that's not stopping nadler's never ending subpoena party. looks at what he wants now. he wants to now plant again, to forcibly interview a boat load of current, former administration officials as part of what is now the fifth official -- fifth official! duplicate investigation into what we already know, there was
no trump-russia collusion or conspiracy. the cowardly schiff, the guy on tape colluding with the russian guy? he is conducting a separate sixth investigation. how many bytes of the apple do they want? president trump summed it up perfectly. democrats want to ask 12 more people who have spent hours with robert mueller, spent a fortune on lawyers in doing so questioning how many bytes of the apple can they get to before working on border loopholes, asylum, and may be jobs in keeping america safe, secure, and proper , prosperous. do you wonder if they care about anyone in the country besides themselves and their psychotic rage and hatred towards trump? this is beyond a psychosis. democrats don't care if they bank of private citizens' legal bills but not only did they testify before mueller, they want them to enter the same answers they've given to the house committee, senate committee, the mueller report.
how many times -- this is harassment! they should be caring about what is a desperate situation at the border. they do not care about the so-called dreamers or if they refused to sit and talk with them. the only thing democrats seem to care about is smearing, besmirching, slandering the president and destroying anyone and everyone who supports him. quite frankly, this is beyond sick. a great deal maker is now in the white house. he's willing to negotiate even with people who hate him with both sides of the aisle on so many different issues to move the country forward. to help the carpenters, the plumbers, electricians, the nurses. and everybody else in america, raise their standard of living. is that what they are focused on? no. the people in the left and their buddies in the media mob cannot see through the fog of their own rage to sit and come through the table and saw america
south america's problems and make america a better, safer place for our children and grandchildren. what a novel idea. they are still excessively talking about conspiracy theories, hoaxes, and lies they've been pedaling for over two years, and a stack of privileged subpoenas from the washed up lawyers in the democratic house. let me get back to my monologue. by the way, i have advice for people. if you've gone and cooperated and answer the questions again and again, my advice is you may want to say, i'm done. fifth amendment, i don't have to say anything. just an idea but what do i know? i'm only a talk show host. with much more, are on catherine herridge who's done a great job who has broke so many aspects of the story on so many levels. what do you have to know? speak of the committee signing off on a dozen subpoenas today, almost all have nothing to do with russia collusion instead focusing on alleged obstructionf justice by the president read the democrats claiming that there is still more defined after robert mueller's lengthy two-year investigation. the former special counsel's
testimony causing a lot of heartburn on both sides of the aisle. the judiciary led by jerry nadler and intelligence led by adam schiff have allowed it to for a morning and afternoon session on july 17th. that means about two dozen lawmakers will never ask their questions and that violates a long-standing practice known as house rule 11 that every members get five minutes to process examine the witness. >> i don't get a chance to examine him? this is plain wrong. i send a message for the leadership in this committee to decide only certain members and there is only time for certain members to be questioned, even on your side of the aisle, is just plain wrong. speak a listen to this exchange were chairman natalie will not explain how they will when the two hour time limit runs out.
>> how will you actually expect to stop the hearing next week? >> i will repeat what i said a few minutes ago. this line of discussion is beyond the spoke of this and i will not comment further. >> republicans could use a number of tactics to run out the clock, effectively derailing the democrats' star witness. thank you for the kind words. >> sean: remember back -- we had the independent counsel statute can start. nadler didn't want that which as a matter of law had to be made public. the special counsel where people like nadler wanted to change, the attorney general is the one who would get the report, didn't want to release any of it. as we know, journal attorney general barr did. we got to see several partial sentences and now mueller is testifying and everything they used to not want they have and now they do not want it. >> it's worth noting that the
democrats are very focused on these allegations of obstruction of justice and the mueller report is two volumes and it's that second volume on obstruction that virtually has no reductions, yet they continue to seek witness testimony about the underlying evidence. >> sean: well said, they got to see the entire document themselves unredacted completely in spite of what they've been saying, some of them publicly. catherine herridge in washington. while house democrats waste your money invested getting their conspiracy theory, for the fifth and a sixth time, the organization tasked with electing them, the democratic congressional campaign committee playing dirty tonight. no surprise. according to a brand-new report breaking moments ago, investigative reporter john solomon, the d.c. cc so that democratic allies can access all of this expensive material.
without technically violating any campaign finance laws. but first, we do turn to the doj's internal watchdog, the inspector general who has now been hard at work looking for the serious abuse of power and corruption we've been telling you about. according to the doj, inspector general michael horowitz, his team is reviewed more than a million records and conducted a hundred interviews into the fisa abuse and the finding of this probe. we expect in the middle of may, late make. that timing now is in flux because of two reasons for a last-minute interview that became available with christopher steele. he's worried about what other people are saying about him. over the course of two days, nearly 16 hours, the author of hillary's bought and paid for russian dossier sat down with our investigators. of course, the clinton bought and paid for ops research was a very basis for , the bulk of information of the fisa warrant
for carter page backdoor literally spying on the trump campaign, the trump transition, and even the trump presidency. as andrew mccabe put it, we didn't have the thorny clinton bought paper dossier, i'm adding these words, no fisa. have expressed so much outrage at the thought of trump-russia collusion all using what we know now as a one verifiable document to unverifiable document, filled with russian propaganda investigation. secondly to bludgeon the president they did not want to win. my message to jim comey and his friends in the deep state? if they want to remain silent, the truth shall set you free. come to think of it, in comey's case, might be the exact opposite. with reaction, sarah sara cartd
to see see you all. i will start with you. what's so interesting to me about this, my sources have told me. i'll get to you, sarah, tom to weigh in, people who already talks to them, they sense they might be in trouble and they wanted to add more to the record. secondly, christopher steele becomes available and other witnesses that were not willing to talk now are willing to talk. there is a real justification for the delay. >> steele is critical because he can blow the lid off the conspiracy in the fbi. he could say i warned them that this is unverified and unverifiable information. it was "rotten intelligence based on limited intelligence" . he's got to say that because he said it under oath. to say otherwise is perjury.
also the wandering scheme that the fbi used to hide the source of all this information. so he's a critical witness. in so horwitz is concerned, his problem is he can only compel those who are current fbi and doj employees and they always engage in what's a phalanx strategy to protect their colleagues and protect the institution which is why durham's investigation is vital because he can compel people with subpoenas to testify in front of a grand jury. but people like comey will invoke the fifth because he's in legal jeopardy. >> sean: interesting. i don't doubt -- i don't think you are wrong, let me put it that way. sara, let me go to you. we get closer to we want mueller to testify, now they are trying to prohibit congressmen, elected officials -- originally, they wanted somebody else to do the interviewing of other people. like, no, that your job. that's why you are elected.
not some unattainable lawyer because you're afraid to do your job. not only are they trying to silence members but they are starting to realize, oh, this could boomerang like everything else. mueller is now on record three times on one position and that is about obstruction. it was clear there was no collusion. that's the fourth time now we've got that verdict. here's the problem. it was never a consideration, the doj policy or or constitutional considerations of whether you could indict a sitting president. say that the barr and others, then they have a nine and a half minute disaster and i don't even know if he was reading someone else's words. then barr bails him out. my point to the question is, it didn't impact, it didn't impact for five hours, it didn't impact again.
once he says, no, that wasn't a consideration. we didn't have the evidence to make that consideration? it's over. >> they have no place to go and then realized that now. they are trapped in a corner, sean, and this is what the democrats are coming to terms with. all of this has backfired on them. it's backfired on them, and in the face of the public, it's backfiring. there are so many more critical issues that the democrats and republicans really need to be working on. immigration, for one. health care, so many more issues that are important to the american people. education. they get their focus on taking down the trump. you said it earlier. it's like trump derangement syndrome. they can't let it go. we are going to see them next wednesday, going to testify. going to the stretch outside for this testimony and go outside of
the report. the republicans can ask him lots of question. going to be some kind of surprises. i'm hearing from sources there are going to be some questions -- b1 don't give too much away -- away -- -- >> i'm not! i'm not going to give too much away. but definitely the audience and the viewers need to be well aware that things are going to happen come next week. i'm going to move quickly to christopher steele. this is a former am i six by from great britain that is now trying to dig himself out of a hole and he's looking for everye to dig himself out of. i do not want to let him skate away. he knew when he turned that dossier in that it was garbage. the dossier is garbage. it's disinformation from russians. he didn't care. why? he made it very clear to bruce or at the department of justice that he did not want president trump or then candidate trump to be elected.
>> sean: that's when he used his dossier and warned on numerous occasions one time in 2016 by bruce orr that steele had an agenda and it was not verified. we have told this audience that he said he didn't know if any of it was true. i go to tom fitton i suspect sarah sara is right. he's going to stick to his script. >> yes. >> sean: low, long, meandering answers to run out the clock. but the fertile ground is what the republicans can ask for. why did you only pick democratic donors? why did you put the guy with the worst, the most atrocious history of withholding exculpatory evidence, losing 9-0 in the supreme court, putting innocent people in jail, why did
you let him hire your entire staff which we just learned today, there is this group called judicial watch that actually got andrew weissmann's emails if i'm correct, tom fitton? >> he was doing the hiring of these anti-trumpers for mr. mueller. showing a document that steele was not only on a clinton payroll, dnc payroll, but he met with the fbi and paid 13 times. the democrats do not care about what we are saying. >> sean: you say they paid for the same lies? >> working for the russians at the same time. >> sean: amazing job if you can get it. >> quickly, the democrats realize the issue with mueller's testimony. trying to protect themselves by limiting, breaking the rules of congress to get trump again not only with subpoenas but destroying the rights of members themselves. they are the focus is doing whatever it
is they can within their powers and without their powers by harassing subpoenas to target trump. it's about getting trump. you are right. there's a risk in doing this. they don't care because they think they will be protected by their colleagues in the media. they are going to try to get anything they can out of mueller. they are going to continue to harass the president not only with subpoenas targeting his presidency improperly but himself, personally. you've got this personal and financial harassment unprecedented by congress with these subpoenas asking for core white house officials -- they know they'll never testify but they'll have to spend a lot of lawyer money having to deal with it. it's really an abuse of power. >> sean: i'm saying enough. they should just say no. here's what i want to ask you, though. it's presidential harassment. also, who can afford the lawyers talking to this congressional
committee, the senate committee? >> you invoke executive privilege and you are forced to testify, invoke the fifth amendment. >> sean: if they have testified -- >> if you testify the earth is round, its perjury and they'll accuse you of lying. don't do it. >> sean: let me ask you about wiseman. this revelation is huge. this is a guy who lost tens of thousands of jobs, beaten in supreme court. was that hillary clinton's victory party, did all the hiring for mueller. he's for one position, the other position, back to the old position. >> he has a book deal. >> sean: wiseman now, he can write all the books he wants. >> it understands the malevolence of bob mueller hiring a team of partisans on your screen. a long history of getting caught threatening witnesses and hiding
evidences. a great book discloses all of his offenses. yet mueller knew this and wanted him to be his chief lead prosecutor. i've written a new book. it's coming out in a couple of months and if the closes astonishing stories about andrew weissmann. >> sean: by the way, tomorrow night we will bring up all the questions we want bob mueller asked. i'm happy. i'm glad he's testifying. surprise you? tune in tomorrow night. a storm brewing in the democratic party. the real speaker, ocasio-cortez, speaker in name only pelosi, the public view has come to new heights. senator lindsey graham here later. and at the end of the show, best video you've seen in your life. out of control. i have an offer for congresswoman ocasio-cortez. straight ahead. [ soft piano music playing ] mm, uh, what do you do for fun?
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>> sean: no denying it, democrats are in an all-out civil war. congresswoman -- i think the real speaker of the house, alexandria ocasio-cortez challenging nancy pelosi's gavel and showing no signs of backing down. remember yesterday, there was a meeting. speaker pelosi said, say it to my face, don't have to say it on twitter. the freshman congresswoman, there it is, suggested the speaker in name only singled out women of color -- excuse me, and pelosi asked about the feud earlier today. >> as we say in the caucus committee took offense because i addressed at the request of my members and offensive tweet that came out at one of the members offices that referenced our blue dogs and our new dams
essentially as segregationist. i addressed that, how they are interpreting and carrying it to another place is up to them, but i'm not going to be discussing it any further. >> sean: it's getting nastier because according to the hill william lacy clay taking sides, saying what a weak argument. you can get your way because you're getting pushed back, you resort to using the race card? before adding, i agree with the speaker. four votes out of 240 people. who cares? this democratic circular fire squad also forcing the media mob. they love their democrats. they are the spokespeople for the democrats. msnbc, fake news cnn, "new york times," "washington post," the media mob is taking sides. let's take a look. >> she's taking some real risk in pushing them away so aggressively. >> to me, it goes back to the optics. you have an older white woman frankly who is very powerful who
understands how congress is run the going up against four women of color who are young who looked like a democratic base. >> democrats, we have to get rid of this and this infighting is not helping. i do not know going to race right away. that's where you go right away? i thought that was a bit much. >> people who are here now, all the young people, you're on the shoulders of a whole bunch of people who came before you. did you sit these moderates down and say, listen, we've got to put this together. >> if you aren't going to do that, you aren't allowed to [bleep] about this! if you want to move it, let's get a move! >> sean: joining us with the reaction, republican senator lindsey graham is with us. why would i ever get in the midst of a fight like that? interesting squabble. but you can see -- think about this, speaker pelosi pulled everyone together, you have something to say to me, say it to my face, not on twitter. you've got to give congresswoman ocasio-cortez credit. she went right out and slugged
right back. i'm like, good for her. a lot of courage. >> what does this really mean? i think republicans are more likely to take the house back because of this breakdown because there are 31 democrats who hold congressional seats where president trump won their congressional district. what does it mean for 31? if you cross aoc, you are going to get a primary. if you vote with them, you will lose in the general election for the biggest beneficiary will be the republican party and president trump because the policies these people are pushing are so out of the mainstream. if you are one of these 31 democrats, sean, you've got to pick between the energy of the fab four and the practicality of nancy pelosi, you are in a no-win situation. >> sean: may be i've only in politics 30 years in radio, 30 years on the fox, i've been here at the beginning. you can see it in my hair.
here's what i'm thinking. the modern democratic party, they want open borders, take down the walls, laws are immoral. they warrants when obama was president. now you have no other choice, medicare for all prayer they want higher taxes. these 2020 candidates support the green new deal. everything is free. everything. by the way, no oil, gas, lifeblood of our economy, no combustion engine, eventually no cows and planes. if i'm donald trump? i'm a happy guy tonight. >> if i'm president trump, i'd go to florida and show up next november and get reelected. >> sean: is that all it's going to take? >> literally, mr. president, if you are watching tonight, enjoy this, be quiet. here's what they are saying. they are going to decriminalize crossing the border illegally. and once you get here, they will give you free health care. how many people in the world do you think will take us up on the
offer, come to america, no more criminal liability, and when you get here, we will give you free health care. this is insane. it's insane! >> sean: but then you've got this whole other side and something you wanted me to ask you a question. they are obsessed with a fifth and sixth investigation! the fbi concluded, house intel concluded, bipartisan set an committee, and the speed and report! no conspiracy, no collusion. no underlying crime, unlike killary, subpoenaed email, bleaching, all that. you've got the ability to bring in andrew weissmann who we learn today responsible for hiring all the clinton donors, even clinton's attorney for robert mueller. you are going to do that?
>> i'm going to let borowitz do his job to tell us what happened with the fisa warrant process. i'm going to explain to the american people that everybody was investigating trump hated his guts and like clinton. i'm going to help tell that story, but i'm not going to do anything until horwitz issues his report. we will try to lay out the facts of the case and in the future if you apply for a fisa warrant you have to tell the court, by the way, the chief informed here the person they are looking at, it's not verified. so i will do that, here's what i want you to understand. the democratic party is imploding, the immigration policies are no more criminal law liability, you do not get fe health care, that's insane. >> sean: i've been down to the
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hang out with this guy? that's the question. >> that's a good question that'll be out in due time i'm sure, sean. giving the horrifying nature of the allegations against jeffrey epstein, it is perhaps not surprising that some estranged alleged details are emerging about his lifestyle. here are some reported by other news outlets, unconfirmed by fox news. "new york magazine" reports that he had a hughes human size chessboard with scantily clad figurines modeled after his employees. "the new york times" reports he had a mural showing him standing in the center of a prison yard, a premonition perhaps? the source of his wealth is largely unknown, although bloomberg reports that epstein once ran a money management firm for the very rich. and the associated press reports that the man who runs both charges near epstein apostle's private island in the u.s. virgin islands said that
everybody called epstein's "ped" previously has been friendly with president clinton and trump. >> sean: what they do not say about trump, thank you, jonathan, in our west coast newsroom, donald trump threw his ass out of mar-a-lago years ago. a number of prominent politicians, with ties to epstein, by the way expected to be ensnared in the growing scandal. chuck schumer got thousands of dollars in donations with a convicted sex offender. going to donate to contributions be here now is fox news correspondent geraldo rivera, fox news contributor, former secret service agent dan bongino. i've covered this story a little while back.
the media would never go near the story because as the new york post says, lolita express and orgy island, and it's been reported and i have it confirmed, i'm saying what's been reported, i've not confirmed, bill clinton was pretty friendly with this guy. this same bill clinton that mess around with the intern in the white house, pretty young girl -- >> i don't recall that. >> sean: i think you broke a big story at at the time. >> i think epstein will be revealed as an equal opportunity bipartisan sleazebag when all is said and done. the shocking thing is how prosecutors in florida and new york chop, drop the ball. if it wasn't for the "miami herald" and the renewed interest in this case, it would've gone basically scot-free after serving that ridiculously lenient service. >> sean: pam bondi said this
last night, she's positive these cases in the past, says one of the hardest things is the victims don't want to testify. by the way, think about it. if they do, they are going to sit there and be cross cross-examine and relive the horror of that? >> the evil though and it important to remember as parents and parents of daughters, the evil was that he set his sights on the most vulnerable young girls, 14, 15 years old. if he had just used his billions to lavish, you know, indulge himself with hookers, i would not be morally outraged. >> sean: wouldn't be an issue. read the daily mail article, dan bongino. "i was 14 and i had braces." that's evil. that's robbing some child of their soul. that's why this matters.
>> the story is really beyond grotesque. when you read the details, and you don't need to be a parent. being a parent, makes it even worse. and he saying them a sense in being reading these details is completely horrified. the other thing about this case, it's really bothersome. geraldo is right, there has been some decent journalism but some of it is displaced. this criticism of acosta, trump trump's cabinet secretary, alexander acosta. it was the case prosecuted well? was a sentence lenient? people don't understand, the federal system acosta was working in as a united states person he , attorney for southern florida, there is no specific ft works like a state charge. >> sean: i've got to be honest... god forbid this happens to a kid. how do you ask them to relive that? that has to be part of the
evidence? i would be torn. >> they had a 53 count federal indictment drafted against this guy and the cost they did not pursue it. he chose to step aside and let the state prosecutors handle it because he wanted to ensure -- >> sean: what about the grand jury in that case? >> i believe that epstein seduced everyone from politicians to prosecutors with his fabulous money. >> sean: sad. sad. you touch a kid, it's evil. even the hardened criminals, you know this, they cannot stand those people. >> they would've put this guy away for a very long time. federally, it was not a great case. >> sean: we'll see what happens. we've got to run. when we come back, remember the former trump campaign staffer that said trump kissed her on the lips? we got the video that totally
>> sean: back in february, a staffer from president trump's campaign filed a lawsuit alleging president trump forcibly kissed her on the mouth in 2016. last month, a judge tossed a lawsuit and yesterday lawyers for the president released a video of the alleged incident and it's even slowed down so you don't miss a thing which appears about as exculpatory as it could ever be -- exonerating the president. take a look at this. >> thank you!
>> sean: look at the slowed down version of the video. it shows the president didn't kiss the woman on her lips. it was a friendly goodbye -- hello, thank you. goodbye. she seems okay too. these are the types of lawsuits because of trump's psychosis rage? this is back in the news. rosie o'donnell, when world there be a law where enough is enough in an interview? a hollywood liberal takes a shot at the president's daughter as if this family hasn't got shot at every other day in even worse ways. this is pretty low even for rosie o'donnell. >> talk a little bit about ivanka trump and what donald trump is doing with her. >> i don't know what he's doing with her. i mean, bad things with her for a very long time. there is a creepy incest feel that's very prevalent amongst donald trump and his children, at least his daughter. very creepy. i don't know.
i think she's come out like, a talentless, not intelligent, nonpowerful woman. >> sean: you would know and not intelligent talentless person really well. that's low, even for you. coming up, the president's attorney rudy giuliani. i will excuse rosie but here you are, the president having a great time, a kiss on the cheek, slow it down, i will re-racket and show it. this is... this is every second, many every minute, every hour attacked the president. >> lucky we have the footage. some people just believe it and i think it's because the media, and a lot of the media, has created this hysteria about the president. i mean, the whole mueller investigation was infused with that. this investigation never should have happened. they printed the wildest, craziest lies and they never apologized for it. i think people feel empowered to say anything they want.
something like that should have serious sanctions and so it doesn't happen again. >> sean: mr. mayor, you are in albania tonight and i know you are there for a particular reason, which is 100 years of freedom. but here's what i want to ask you. we know where the economy stand stands. obama-biden versus president trump, best employment situation since 1969. records for every demographic group. on the issue, look at everyone's foreign policy positions, especially biden. $115 billion on the tarmac cashing in currencies for the mullahs of iran, i'm having a hard time ever understanding bribing dictators saying and chanting death to america. >> one of the problems here, people died as a result of it. obama sent biden to negotiate the status of forces agreement in iraq. every time he dealt with foreign policy, he failed miserably.
we pulled all of our troops out and 120 of these people were killed by the iranians. and it took herculean efforts by this organization, mike mckay z, and number of others, to get these people finally brought to albania so we could fulfill theo protect them. they were a bomb they were abandoned by obama, abandoned by biden. this is the epicenter for the albanian resistance where i'm sitting right now they broadcast 24 24 hours a day like they are the voice of america shunned by the obama administration. the obama administration went so far into some of these people were killed, and luckily this administration the president supports some of the killing has stopped, a lot of protests are going on inside of iran. this is a great alternative to that horrible regime in iran. >> sean: if we could overturn
that regime, it'd be better for the entire world for they form in terror, they fight proxy wars, they have 100 billion extra dollars because of obama biden. when we come back, this video is off the hook insane. a man losing it completely. all caught on tape. plus i have a special offer that i will be making to congresswoman ocasio-cortez. that straight ahead. sure. sometimes i wish i had legs like you. yeah, like a regular person. no. still half bike/half man, just the opposite. oh, so the legs on the bottom and motorcycle on the top? yeah. yeah, i could see that. for those who were born to ride, there's progressive.
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>> who said that to you here? nobody. >> women on dating sites! you think i am making that stuff up? [bleep] shut your mouth, you are not god or my father or my boss! dude, do you want to step outside? do you want to step outside? you shut up, too. >> my god! >> sean: well the guy did bump the other guy. oh, boy, . in the end, no charges. the man left with a cheese bagel. we hope he gets anger management counseling. before we go tonight, i'm going to extend an offer to congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez. i know she watches the show. i want to give you an hour, an invitation to come on the show and have a discussion and by the way i will invite you on my
radio show, 618 of the best talk radio shows in america. i will give you three hours there. we will talk, we will have a conversation. i hope you will join us. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham, i think that is a good offer, would you take it? >> laura: i think we might've done the same thing a couple months ago. no luck at. >> sean: listen, i'm in the car driving home, i can't watch your show every second! i watched the rerun! >> laura: i'm just glad you're following in my footsteps, hannity. i'm just kidding! i think it is a great offer. gosh, you cannot take a joke. you are this mixed martial arts champion in my mind. >> sean: yeah, that is what i do. you know what i do on painted? my sensei, the calcified your arms, i do all that. >> sean: hannity, do you actually do push-ups on your