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i mark steyn in new york with the president continues into the next hour and that means that sean hannity is going to break it all down for you with full analysis. good night from me. >> sean: we will have my opening monologue in just a moment here the president in manchester, new hampshire, continuing. >> president trump: we believe that children should be taught to love our country, honor our history, and to always respect our great american flag. [cheers and applause] and through every day and every challenge, our hearts beat to the words of the new hampshire state motto, live free or die.
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the future belongs to us. the brave, beautiful, strong, proud, and free future, it belongs to us, it's up to us, we control our own destiny. [cheers and applause] and with your help, your devotion, and your drives, we are going to keep on working, we are going to keep on fighting, and we are going to keep on winning, winning, winning. [cheers and applause] we are one great movement. one people. one family. and one glorious nation under god. [cheers and applause] and together, we are making america wealthy again. we are making america strong
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again. we are making america safe agai again. and we are making america great again! thank you, new hampshire. thank you. [cheers and applause] ♪
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>> sean: president trump method of wrapping up a massive rally in new hampshire, a state he wants to flip in 2020. we have pilots coming up throughout this hour. for us tonight, thanks to the bravery of the philadelphia police department, last night's violence hours long standoff ended with no fatalities. all six officers who were shot, thank god, have been released from the hospital and just after midnight, the perpetrator finally surrendered and how did some of the residents of north philly, how did they think they're police department? we will put the music down. now look at your screen. they taunted them. they shoved them. again, only a few. they pelted them with objects. kyw said only 2% of the hundred%
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there, 90 percent did not involve themselves. these brave men and women in uniform ready to take a bullet. six philly police officers took bullets yesterday to make this neighborhood a safer place. that's the thing's cops get in the middle of an ongoing crisis like this. a day care center across the street? these officers saving countless lives, putting themselves in harm's way, and there are people that are taunting them, pelting them with objects, treating them this way? that's beyond repulsive. frankly, just like the ongoing felony assault against police officers in new york city with water and other objects now. and today, here we are, less than 24 hours after the standoff, police were forced to respond to yet another shooting in the exact same neighborhood. five people were shot today. and these brave philly police officers back again at work and some of the most dangerous conditions in america. they deserve better. you know, i suspect did when i
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was on my radio show yesterday that something wasn't right. the fact that it was about 940 last night in the middle of this program. our coverage on this program, we found out all that time, police officers with people they had apprehended were on the second for the entire time and then flee they got out safely because of the good work and diligence of the commissioner and everybody else in all law enforcement there but at the very same time that the standoff is going on, democrats, the medium, they were exploiting what was an ongoing crisis for political gain instead of actually covering what is serious breaking news on the ground that lives at stake here for example, fake news cnn, less than an hour into their breaking news coverage, dedicating an entire segment, pushing strict gun control and less than an hour into the shooting, police officers still ducking for cover and returning fire, there was 2020 hopeful kamala harris in front of the
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camera saying this. take a look. >> what's your reaction to these initial reports and i would stress the word, initial. >> i mean, when will it stop, right? part of my focus on what we need to do around smart gun safety laws is recognize that we have to have more enforcement around gun dealers. 90% of the guns that are associated with crime are sold by just 5% of the gun dealers in the united states. and so, among the many plans that i have, both in the form of executive action and also in the form of legislation, one of them is to put more resources into the atf to take the licenses of gun who violate the law. >> sean: senator harris, it was less than an hour, remember. this was that about 526 in the afternoon. she is saying this. and we have police officers and people apprehended in the building. they were there at 940 and i. she didn't know any of the facts on the ground. she didn't know who the shooter
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was, she didn't know anything at all about the ongoing santa. she didn't know people were at risk in that same building where there was a live shooter in there. all these people risking their lives, serving and protecting the people of philadelphia, kamala harris is in the comfort of the fake news cnn studio hawking a political agenda about something she knows nothing about. beyond sick, ugly, twisted, shameful, and as a former prosecutor, frankly, you would think she would know better. and several other trains many democratic hopefuls also, yes, shamelessly weighing in during the ongoing standoff. they didn't even wait for it to end now. cheers to julie brown. doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of ever being a president. blaming the nra. while bullets are still flying. cory booker, on roswell rachel maddow's conspiracy tv hour, calling for federal background checks. it still wasn't resolved. pretty disgusting. sadly, not shocking, not surprising.
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all too predictable. and we can't forget, last week, it was elizabeth warren and kamala harris. they were literally advancing those old lies, 5-year-old lies and conspiracy theories that have been debunked about michael brown. lies debunked by one eyewitness after another that saw the incident. even obama's justice department didn't agree with the analysis of kamala harris and elizabeth warren. there justice department pointed out all the eyewitness testimony on the ground. and even now, after another shooting, democrats, the median amount, they are almost to get he had a chance once again to politicize a strategy. very predictable, very sad. but think about this, every weekend there are dozens of shootings and several of america's biggest cities. let's look at the city of chicago. two weekends, last two weekends alone, nearly 100 people were
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shot. nearly 100 people. these violent cities have been run for decades by liberal democrats. these studies all have one thing in common. very strict gun laws. so guess what? we don't hear a peep from democrats. the ones that are getting all upset, raising money off the events in el paso and the events in dayton, you don't hear a peep out of them about chicago. it doesn't fit their political agenda. ultimately, the left's hysteria over gun control has very little to do with the people that are being shot. in pennsylvania for example, violent felons, they are not allowed to purchase guns. it's illegal. last night shooter was a convicted violent felon with at least a dozen arrests, including the illegal possession of a fire arms and aggravated assault and yet, he was in possession of multiple guns. no new law was going to stop him. he had belonged in jail and meanwhile, the shooters in el paso, dayton, they are no felonies on their records, there is no background check that would likely have ever stopped
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them from purchasing any weapon. so this is all feel good is on in the name of the stricter and stricter gun control. innocent people who are law-abiding americans that have the right to defend their homes and families. murder is illegal in every state of this country create shooting people is illegal. a sect in self-defense. criminals don't seem to care. they don't seem to follow the law of the very nature of what they do like the rest of us and in a country with open borders, guns will always be available. maybe they should help control the borders. but if democrats and weak republicans now get their way, those of us who follow the law are responsible, we would be left totally on armed and defensive's. for example, we had a 2020 hopeful comrade defazio. the mayor of new york city. he wouldn't answer any question i asked again and again and again. he had his armed security guards with him. i asked whether people in the city of new york have the right
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to have a gun in their house if god forbid something happens. he kept saying, they have a right to be say. i set it and ask it i pay do they have a right to a gun? it's because i have a right to be saved. they have a right to be safe. that means no. he was saying no in his own way. so for them, your rights are not important, as long as they are protected good hollywood stars, they can afford armed security guards. we will have a lot more coming up on all of this but first, we do have other breaking news to report in the disturbing case of jeffrey epstein. his autopsy report revealed epstein suffered multiple broken bones in his neck. what is that all mean? joining us now with the full report, from a west coast newsroom, following the story, our own trace gallagher. trace? speak of the broken bones include the hyatt which is near the adams apple. these can happen to people who hang themselves but are much more common in victims of strangulation. that's not to say that epstein was strangled but it does boost the level of intrigue.
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especially about the circumstances. our corporate cousin, "the new york post," said epstein hung himself with the bedsheet tied to the top bunk in his cell but there is no information about how he did it. meaning, did he jump? roll? or fall off the bone? standard prison bunks are five and a half feet high and forensic pathologist dr. ciro alexa, he is skeptical about the generation of force. listen to him. speak of the nature of the hanging, no jumping and no falling through a floor like an execution and no jumping from the top of the step b it is no velocity. where does the force come from? >> how did he generate the fourth? epstein's autopsy was completed on sunday but the cause of death is still pending and we should note that the guards ignored epstein for hours so it's very possible he could have been a hanging there for a while. shawn? >> sean: trace gallagher, thank you. tonight, we also have two big brand-new discoveries from our friends at judicial watch.
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first, 330 pages of doj documents showing that in fact, bruce or his wife, nellie ohr, was providing bruce ohr with a constant stream of anti-anti-trump material throughout 2016 and into 2017. keep in mind, nellie ohr was paid for the clintons. she worked with fusion gps could remember, clinton followed the money to the law firm cooley. he hired fusion gps, they hired chris for sale. but ultimately it was the clinton and the dnc playing also dig up dirt on all things donald trump had by the way, eventually the fbi even debunked it in their own spreadsheet. 97% of it. meanwhile, bruce ohr was the associate administrator and even more shocking in some cases, nellie ohr didn't even need her husband to florida proliferate her information. other newly discovered documents show the nellie ohr was communicating with another top official while she was working
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with fusion gps. here on this story from judicial watch, its president tom fitton. i'm reading this and it's pretty amazing to hear she's lie after lie pay they basically looked at every unsavory character in every unsavory sector in all of russia. you know, the biggest ones. the biggest monk people. the biggest whatever people. and they just found a way to tie and tromp when there was zero connection and the fbi eventually even figured out in their spreadsheet, none of this is true. >> bruce ohr is dutifully printing out the material and sharing it or actually stripping gps headers from the material and giving it to his colleaguesd nellie ohr is in constant communication not only with bruce but with his underlings at the justice department on a whole host of matters, sending news reports in the original russian to her friends at the justice department, of course trying to smear donald trump along the way. it turns out nellie ohr may have
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been the most significant higher by the clinton campaign at fusion gps because of her connections to bruce ohr. you have her ability to talk to the justice department independent of her husband and obviously use her program has to not only launder the information and to get connections to steele and simpson the justice department during the campaign but after he was elected. when you look at these documents, this outlines how the coup happened after the election. they used nellie ohr to get the job fusion gps material repeatedly to the fbi who then used it for the fisa warrants to target tromp. >> sean: tom fitton, great work again. for a bit of information act request for bringing us right into this. and again, we are unfeeling layers of the onion here we expect full reports. we are going to get to more of that in a second. we also have major breaking news from an investigative reporter, the executive vice president at the hill, our friend, john
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solomon. according to his report, just out, the 2020 fbi report obtained by solomon, well, the bureau had, quote, medium confidence that the dossier author christopher steele feels like a source and that could also only be minimally verified which is huge since his intelligence was a very basis for the fisa warrants and three renewals, the bulk of information to scan spy on carter page and through carter page, the tromp campaign transition and on the term presidency. by the way, only the tip of the ice or iceberg. okay, when we add that to the fbi spreadsheet that came up with more than 90% of information and the dossiers was total b.s., that means the warnings bruce ohr gave one in 2016 and august before the first finds application. you broke the story about catherine cadillac about ten or 12 days before the first report was signed. they were warned that this is
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tainted, unverified. steel hated tromp and hillary paid for it. they still use it as the bulk of information. they withheld from the fisa judges the big fact that hillary paid for it but they all knew it. which means that lying by omission so i would say, premeditated fraud against the fisa court on four separate occasions to spy on a president. well, first this campaign and then the transition under the presidency and even use to undo a president or attempted to you. >> listen, there is a clearer and clearer picture being formed from the new evidence that's coming out that the justice department had a problem managing, vetting, and relying on human sources. those are people we typically call informants. and there are many dynamics but we know about steele now. he has been exposed for what he is. a very bad informant. he did not provide reliable information and that took us down a three year journey called the russian collusion narrative. but here are some other important things but you are seeing increasing evidence by government officials and
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government jobs were acting in his thinking capacity as informants and sources and workarounds. bruce ohr is bringing his stuff from christopher steele even after christopher steele fired. he's bringing his stuff from his wife even though he is a conflict of interest with his wife being employed by fusion gps. a real significant portrait of the justice department sorties in disarray and allowing all these sources to be blown away by it i will you an example that comes outside the russian case because much of the heart of this. today i learned from the inspector general michael horowitz that the dea was paying tsa workers, the people that screen is at the airports, to be snitches at airports. they were getting in form and pay, just like christopher steele, to spy on us while they were checking us for security. the ig concluded that it violated all the policies. there is a problem at the justice department had they were on government officials with fiduciary responsibility to do things right and turn them into their own informant. it was very unreliable. it gave us the joke that became
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the russian investigation. >> sean: all right. let's give our audience a preview. we thought we might get to this today. we were expecting a following from the ig and your mind might have a slight disagreement on what we would expect and i want to add us out so our audience understands. we will expect the idea on call me alone. we thought we might get that today. that's on the classified materials that he shouldn't have in his home. a month after he is fired, the if they went and they got him back, they also enjoy get at him. they found him to be lacking candor, another way saying he lied to. but there are bigger issues for conley. we agree on that separately. we agree then a full inspector general report on premeditated pfizer fraud and abuse, that is going to be a big deal impacting everybody to sign it, correct? >> yes, absolutely. that will be one of the seminal reports that really examines what the fbi did right and wrong in the russian investigation and i am hearing there is a lot more wrong than rights in it. it's going to be a difficult report on the fbi.
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james comey, andrew mccabe's leadership come peter strzok come a lot of issues about bias, a lot of issues about not keeping the fisa court improperly formed. >> sean: i want to know was going to be held responsible. if i lie to a court in premeditated front, i have a funny feeling there's not a lawyer in the country that is going to save my sorry from being sent to jail. i'm done guessing but i'm pessimistic. let me ask you this. we both agree on those. do you think there might be an ig report alone on leaking? i'm expecting, from what my sources are telling me, jerome, barr, and everybody else, to get to the origins of what is a counterintelligence investigation, which andy mccarthy rightly points out in his new book would meet obama new because the president would have to sign off on it but that origins of this counterintelligence investigation, what will bar, jerome, come out with in terms of what say the report?
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because i hear that is where the single most explosive bit of information, outsourcing of illegal intelligence, took place and a lot of people would be found in violation of spying on americans against the law. >> let's just remember that important phrase that attorney general barr use just a few short weeks ago. he said political surveillance occurred and there's no room for it in the justice department. that is a very serious term. i think the difference between the ig report and what barr and durham are doing, is that they have the ability to go on the justice department. >> sean: let me make some suggestions. without the at italy? australia? great britain? >> we heard a lot about five eyes. two of those are five eyes country.
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canada being another one. italy. it they are still a lot of unanswered questions. i don't want to get to a head of the facts. i think we have to lead barr and durham do their job but i think the attorney general barr is going to give us a much broader view of all of the spy tactics that might have the trump campaign whereas correlates and to the ig are limited to what went on in the justice department. there is a natural evolution but it barr i think would be the most comprehensive and final say of what is right and wrong in this investigation. spooner i, as usual, great reporting from the get-go. also, we are tracking breaking news stories including an shocking deponent about hillary clinton's elusive server. according way, her secret service filled with top secrets. might've been hacked by china but high ranking fbi officials didn't care one bit. at the same time, comey as fbi was spying on the trump campaign
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all over the world and recently one of his alleged performance living abroad stepped on helper, he admitted he was and it government agent. in fact, he asked the judge to dismiss defamation laws against him saying, quote, government agents have immunity from litigation. okay. the onion gets more smaller as we peel the layers. he was a reaction, the brand-new book, witch hunts, the story of the greatest illusion in history. and fox news analyst, gregg jarrett, fox news investigative reporter, sara carter p.a. let me start with the question i was just asking john sullivan about, okay, i think we all agree that we are going to get an ig report on comey. at the top information he received from his house a month after he was fired. the second is going to be the ig on fisa abuse, premeditated fraud on the corn, he thinks there will be a third report and a separate on leaking alone here that would be mccabe, coming, perhaps others. i believe the work that they are
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doing abroad, and he's right, at the attorney general has signaled very clearly, and my sources have confirmed to me that there are a lot of activity across the pond in terms of interviews, including christopher steele 16 hours, and that we might have had high-ranking intelligence officials circumventing american law, spying on an american presidential campaign, transition and partisan c and the counterintelligence investigation might go into the office of barack obama. sarah? >> you pretty much said it sean. this is a very expensive investigation on the part of john jerome. and attorney general barr has made a very clear. they want to know what happened at the very beginning of the fbi's probe into president trump and you brought up another very important point here let's think about this. stuff on helper, his spoke with svetlana mccullough, she is the british russian born in a national who was basically tarnished in a number of used reports coming out of london
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that put her right in the middle of the whole russia scandal and she is accusing stephan halbert of being the point man and not and what is so fascinating is that he comes out in his attorney to say look, if he was looking for the u.s. government, he would be granted immunity and then they go on to say in the lawsuit, basically, look, he was paid over half a million dollars by the u.s. government and remember, that was the story about the assessment at the department of defense. so the department of defense was basically paying stephan halbert and contracting while he was apparently working for the fbi with everybody from george papadopoulos to carter page and donnelly only knows what else, and now svetlana will call but is accusing him of planning alle false stories and he even goes as far as saying even if we
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planted false stories, that's all right because we would have been working for u.s. intelligence. so just think about that and how that plays into this coup had really, it was a soft coup against president trump and how they are all trying to protect themselves. >> sean: do you see the five investigations, including john solomon's belief that there will be a separate leak investigation and my belief that the work that the durham interviewing steele and barr is doing will be the tip of the iceberg in terms of the intelligence community? and you agree with annie mccartney, gregg jarrett, that if it was a counterintelligence investigation, that goes right into it barack obama was oval office with him sitting there and approving it because it would have to be has? >> obsolete here we already know that from a text message from struct to page saying the white house wants to know everything we are doing on this and that was in the late summer of 2016 good when you run a
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counterintelligence ops, it's for the benefit of the existing president. barack obama has to be informed of it, he receives information on it. but it's more of a level than that. after president trump takes office, comay continues a secret and corrupt counterintelligence investigation against the sitting president of the united states while he is lying to president trump about it, assuring him that he is not the target of his investigation. >> sean: but the counterintelligence aspect of this investigation had to come from obama. yes or no? >> absolutely you did and it came through the cia director john brennan and the gni james clapper. so, all of this was quite devious on the part of comay's fbi and the barack obama administration, including the department of justice. i think you can see nellie ohr receiving an indictment in her near future because she lied at
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once, but twice to congress on her testimony and there is already a criminal referral against her. >> sean: i like to see what happens to james comey at the end of all of this based on everything that you said and yet, he knew the whole time and he lied in october and lied in january and then he signed a three pfizer altogether. now, i understand their argument, probably legally, maybe on the first warrant, they trusted christopher steele because he was a good source in the past but then they fired hi him. before the renewal warrant. so i'm not buying. they had an obligation to verify it. you never did. >> they must run to the fisa court and notify the judges signed off on it that circumstances have changed and we have fired the source upon whom we were relying and by the way, fisa judge, he's not really a source, he was a purveyor of information from other sources and we haven't even identified their names, much less the
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reliability of their information, which it turns out to have been phony disinformation. >> sean: sarah, add to that. the next part is, when the fbi finally in the spring of 2017, this is after three comey wants or assigned, then they decided to look into well, is it true? then they found over 90%, and probably likely a hundred, . >> yeah, they launched the investigation and they did so without facts that were required under regulations. >> i was just going to see what greg is saying below, they never cared whether it was true or not. the whole point appears to be based on every bit of evidence that we have seen from the text messages to the emails to the documents produced by judicial watch that from the very beginning, it didn't matter whether it was the truth or not hear what they were doing was
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targeting tromp and after he won the presidential election, after he became president trump, they were moving into their insurance policy and that insurance policy was to remove the president of the united states. that's what it appears to be. >> sean: sarah, greg, thank you both. we are getting so close now. it's all coming to it already, now, just like we told you, we have other news tonight on the 2020 from here we have sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe biden nonstop blunders. it now has the democratic party all across the country and an all-out panic and it's getting so bad that the new plan that has emerged is, let's just hide him from the public. it will do fewer events. don't let them talk. not only is he making gaffe after gaffe and apologizing all over the place for everything you said and done, he is also clearly running out of steam if he ever had a fastball, he doesn't even have a medium possible at this point. this is months before the first primary. president trump weighed in on this earlier tonight. let's take a look.
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>> is there anything better than a tromp rally? what about a sleepy joe biden rally? [boos] >> but whoever it is, different people. but i don't know. i think sleepy joe might be able to limp across the finish line. it may be. it but today they announced that they are going to cut way back on his appearances because he is such a disaster that they are going to have fewer appearances. you heard that, right? they are going to cut way back on his appearances. can you believe that? if i ever did that, it would be over. the fake news we get us but we don't let them get us and it is fake. >> sean: even smart prominent democrats, like it or not, david axelrod took note of this and said this is really bad advice. you can't win. he either he can cut it or he can't and he also said previously, this is probably the
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best biden has got so you see what's going on. stevie crazy creepy uncle joe doesn't have any kind of curveball. he can't run on the obama biden faded failed agenda. 13 more a million americans on food stamps, a billion more in poverty and he knows the new extreme democratic agenda has no chance of beating tromp in 2020 and would drive the country into poverty, properly instantaneously. so the new democrats, they are not moving on from sleepy crazy uncle joe. incomes was with warren an end now a newly released fox poll, well, warren has surged into second place, within striking distance of joe biden. in a national poll, a statistical tie up your chi is surging in places like new hampshire and iowa. why? because, well, she is embracing the ultra radical extremism of her party.
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open borders, trillion new entitlement, abolishing private health care, reparations, and the outcome of the crazy insane and new green deal. that means, by the way, includes lawmakers, let's see, like, oh, yeah, the squad. and by the way, tlaib, ilhan omar, banned from entering israel over a plan to visit over there history of very anti-semitic controversies and their support of boycotting israel. remember, omar's tweet, israel's hypnotize the world, using the phrase all about the benjamins. so much more. and tlaib pushing for a one state solution, no israel backing the boycott of israel even writing for louis farrakhan. that's right. the very anti-semite himself and his magazine. hatred of the state of israel could not be any more clear. the president was right to
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support bb not yahoo and to his decision. the decision was right by the prime minister. their biggest tree deserves to be exposed. he was a reaction, the cohost of the fight, the cohost of what is welcome of the fill and host of every other hour, the one and only, it's as well, jesse watters. only one he hasn't taken it is my hour. >> i haven't been offered, sean. >> sean: i don't know, i think they might eventually push me out and you in. i don't know. nationally syndicated radio host, sebastian gorka, good to see you both. good to see you. they realize he can cut it. >> yeah, he needs to call him the mypillow guy and nap off some of these gaffes. he is my friend. he should send him some product because i don't think is going to make it. i literally don't get i honestly think he's about as confused as robert mueller. >> what if they did his hair like you do yours?
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like will have played? >> points christian mike i think that's the best we can get with joe. but the hair isn't his problem. he's mixing up cities, forgetting when he was vice president, getting knocked around by kemal and family corruption and intimate appropriate touching, the flip-flopping and the apologizing is insane and when you think about what he said about china, come about getting health insurance to illegal aliens, raising middle-class taxes and eliminating oil and natural gas, he flamed out the last two primary scum history repeating itself that he can't pull away or put anybody else away. he is down ten since he lost. harris is up ten. she's up in new hampshire. and he could actually lose the nomination to a fake indian socialist senator from massachusetts. >> sean: sebastian gorka, now we know why we call waters world that i was pretty good. pretty hard to top it i was a great little monologue. >> what can you add? he has the hair. he has the hair. he gives it all.
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he doesn't have the accent though. i'm sorry. yes to work on the accent. look. this man probably doesn't know what day of the week it is. i think his latest gaffe is he thought cory booker was the vice president. he thought twice. how can you think that you are vice president during the park when shooting and not say it once but they had twice? this is a man who recently manhandled a female student because she had the audacity to ask him how many genders are there vice president biden? and she said don't you play games with me. i mean, this is the guy who's going to last another 430 guys . it is a dumpster fire careening down a mountain. that is the biden campaign. >> sean: while my credit was pretty good. i have to say, type a come on for the acts and helps a lot. it's good. it saves compensates for the hair but both of you, superb.
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>> sean: we have more intrigue surrounding continuing to mount following his death, suicide, mysterious new development unfolding where the u.s. flag on mc's private i would have been lowered to half-staff but it is unclear by who. we know somebody picked up a body but we don't know who and then of course, we have the broken neck and look, i'm not getting into the crazy land of the rest of the media and the democrats in the hollywood crowd accusing tromp of doing this
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peer tromp is the only guy that through this out of mar-a-lago 16 years ago for his behavior. >> i think in terms of lowering the flag to half-staff, all it takes is one loyal employee, some guy that mows the lawn, you know, with everybody involved in epstein's life, in terms of the deepening of the mystery, the reason is they are so many and powerful people who have their secrets in epstein's hands. i mean, he could have opened his mouth, he had records on everybody. he told "the new york times" reported he had spent time with that he had dirt on everybody from the royals to presidents. you know, this is a guy who was totally connected. the ruler of saudi arabia, this epstein fellow used his money, use his connection, and he used allure of these underage or barely of age young women to
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create an aura around himself that was impenetrable and it was exotic. but i think that the fact that he is now dead, a lot of people are breathing a sigh of relief. it sounds so rotten. >> sean: maybe not though. dan, when you're hanging out with woody allen and bill clinton and lolita express and when there is all of these young girls in every location and islands, it's creepy. >> yeah, his black book is definitely going to be and i know that there are people out there who know things. let's just leave it at that. the epstein story hasn't ended but having said that, i agree with you. there is no need to theorize about it. bill barr is going to conduct a thorough investigation and then we will figure out what happen but keep in mind, i know you know corrections officers. you have them in your family be able when you talk to corrections officers, the sky had every motivation to end his life.
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he had been accused of horrendous crimes. unspeakable crimes. it wasn't looking good for him. he was living on a yacht and a billionaires lifestyle and now, he's eating the loaf at mcc. to me, the guy i most likely was probably a suicide but we will see what happens. this thing that came out today though with the bone being crushed in the net, you know, it's worth asking questions about. >> sean: i understood, i read several breaks. >> yeah, i mean, i'm not a medical pathologist. listen. as a former investigator, there's nothing wrong with asking questions but i agree with you. let's wait for the fact to come out. there will be an investigation and we will see what happens. we will get an answer soon. >> sean: the key is whether the first suicide attempt on the 21st of july, is that a suicide attempt or was it an attack by his cellmate who is accused of a quadruple homicide? it is that muscular accused mass
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murderer did try to strangle epstein then you know that's the course this probably took. if that was a legitimate attempt at suicide the first time, then i will agree that, you know, it could be a suicide again. fiona gave her a guys, thank you both had a lot to get to you. by the way, the attorney general barr, they've got to get to the bottom of the people that deserve justice are the victims. coming out, president trump, weighing in on the recent attacks against police officers. this time last night in philadelphia, on top of all of the ones that happened in new york city, attacks and assault against police officers but what is happening and why? and it is liberal rhetoric contributing? that's what they claim all the time you can service because all these things. straight-ahead. ♪ too many people in pain settle for
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1-800-269-0271 >> they vilify anyone who doesn't share their extreme views. they slander our laws and our heroes. you see what they are doing with the police that we love. has anyone seen such a thing like the water being thrown on new york's finest? have you ever seen that? for that to be allowed to happen is a disgrace. >> sean: the president's race had a disgrace. simony democrats earlier tonight over there enter law enforcement rhetoric. there's been plenty of it. early in the program, we should do this new disturbing video footage. some philly residents harassing cops, taunting the cops with objects while the situation was still in folding and being fired last night in that harrowing stand up for the attacks on law enforcement don't stop
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there. disturbing new video shows the recent attack on washington ice facility. highlighting what appears to be a pattern of of attacking officers. oh, and the san antonio incident and the arizona incident and the washington state incident. i wonder if any of this has anything to do recently with the, oh, the detention centers with soccer field, record studies, tvs, phones, let's see, beds, blankets, pillows, and a baby formula and diapers and medical facilities in medicine and food and water. they called concord concentration cans? bernie kerik along with former acting i.c.e. director and fox news contributor tom homan. bernie, i see what they did to those cops last night. she was happening in new york and we just talked about the latest incident and i'm thinking, this has got to stop. this is not going to and will here cops are going to want to do their job anymore. >> it's already happening.
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this goes back to forgive sin and forward. you have anti-cop rhetoric and community is most importantly, we had it coming out of the white house. we headed by governors. we have it by mayors. our own manners. new york city mayor. he is an anti-cop they are. >> sean: these are people involved in felony, assault officers. will you promise that you are going to use this evidence to arrest and charge everyone of them? i didn't get an answer. >> sean: this guy told his own son, his own son, prior to becoming the mayor of new york city, you've got to watch out for the new york city police department. you got to watch out for cops and anti-cop rhetoric to the hill. the cops can't stand him. they are not being identified. they are afraid to do their job. >> sean: they can't do it. i can't blame them. let me go to town. san antonio shooting incident over that we can fit and we have
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the more recent incident than we have washington. do you by -- liberals would say, oh, conservative rhetoric calls for el paso. well, it was before and would have been responsible in dayton if you followed up at all of this into immigration talk about detention centers being like auschwitz and concentration camps, do you think that's a contributive factor? speak obstinately for the hateful rhetoric from the democratic leadership, nancy pelosi, chuck schumer, aoc, the squad, just about every democratic running for president has blamed tromp and they wonder why people are doing what they are doing and this is domestic terrorism. he saw the video. this is using threats, intimidation for a political end. this is domestic terrorism and they haven't said a word about it and it is upsetting for the men and women of i.c.e. are
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national heroes. they are patriots. they are enforcing the laws that congress enacted and yet they vilify them. >> sean: what would you say to bernie about dousing the cops? at the rest of the people appreciated the cops in philly but what you do to stop a question mike will have 15 seconds. >> you lock them up. you act at at the time. don't go back and look for them later and tell the cops to stand out and all of this nonsense. you have to arrest them on the side. you get as many cops as you can get. >> amen. amen. >> sean: okay, then you could we have to protect these guys where they carry guns for a reason. more "hannity," next. ♪
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♪ >> sean: so much news the last couple days. we have a lot to be thankful for. those police officers shot, every one of them out of the hospital. thank god. those that were in that building with the active shooter was,
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thank god they got out. with the perpetrators they had in custody. we have a lot to be thankful for. these brave men and women put their lives online every day. let not your heart be troubled. here he is, jason chaffetz for laura. how are you? >> doing great. thank you. >> sean: you have secrets like mark meadows and jordan and you never tell me and that annoys me. you should share your secrets. >> i can't. i won't. >> sean: national security secrets. people are going to be thinking the worst. speak to the government trust me and so should you. >> sean: am i over the target? the answer i usually get is yes. >> jason: you are more over the neighborhood and more over the target than anybody and you are the one asked -- one of the hardest working people. >> sean: tucker was off all week. laura is off all week. i'm a loser.

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