>> brian: that's it for our show. dan bongino. watch the show every night. my book, "sam houston: the alamo avengers." i want to see you. >> sean: this special edition of hannity, trump versus the left. the d.o.j. inspector general michael horowitz has pleted his investigation into fisa abuse. attorney general barr is reviewing the documents. according from the house judiciary ranking member, congressman doug collins, after barr is done reviewing the report it will then be released to you. we, the people. the general public. this is a culmination of a months, months-long investigation by the d.o.j.'s watch dog into rampant abuse of power at the highest levels of
the f.b.i. and the d.o.j., all eyes will be on jim comey, andrew mccabe and the other high ranking officials that used christopher steele's dirty dossier as the basis for the bulk of information for a fisa warrant to spy on the trump campaign and presidency, and mccabe is the guy who said no dossier, no fisa warrant, remember what "the new york times" said about the dossier, it was likely russian disinformation from the beginning. they used it. they never verified it. they were warned about it. now the consequences if we have equal justice under the law. comey and others were warned over and over and over again. this dossier was unverifiable. eventually the f.b.i. did a spreadsheet and found out it was not true. all paid for, lies by hillary
clinton, steele said i don't have any idea if the dossier's contents are true yet it was used to get a warrant to deny an american citizen's constitutional rights and spy on a presidential transition and presidency. the f.b.i. had a spreadsheet eventually after the fact detailing, yeah, it's all false yet somehow comey, mccabe, rosenstein, sally yates and others used this to get a warrant to spy on carter page at the height of the presidential election that backdoored them into everything trump world. they told the judge in the fisa warrant at the top it said verified, that it was true. it was accurate. even though they knew the exact opposite was true. warn again multiple times. they did this not once, not twice. on four separate occasions. that's why this would be pre-meditated fraud committed on the fisa court.
tonight we look forward to the inspector general's findings. every american. we must demand accountability. we think it's pretty difficult. are they going to hold their own accountable in these things? or is there some reticence, is there difficulty applying our laws equally? if we don't do that, shred the constitution. we have a dual justice system. we don't have equal justice or equal application of our laws. one bad actor, andrew mccabe is already in hot water as we discussed last night facing a potential indictment for leaking sensitive material and then lying about it, and his anxious legal team is making yet another last-ditch attempt to shield their client from federal charges by pushing a rumor that a grand jury initially failed to indict their client. sara carter and the president of judicial watch, tom fitton.
sara, is there truth to the rumor? i hadn't heard that and i think i'm close to the story. >> i haven't heard that either and no one is talking at the department of justice about it, sean, not at all, they are not talking about whether there is a grand jury, whether there has been any decision by the grand jury. i have talked to a number of sources and they're tight-lipped. the attorney for mccabe may be leaking this information himself in an effort to try to get the media to push a different narrative on mccabe. i don't know if that is true either. all i'm hearing from sources is that this is a possibility, so that's really interesting here. mccabe made a final ditch effort. jessie liu, the u.s. attorney wasn't buying it. the deputy assistant attorney general was not buying it. they rejected his appeal. that's where it's at, right now. >> sean: tom fitton, you have been very adamant like i have been. this to me is a slam-dunk case.
it's not a difficult case. we'll identify the laws later with gregg jarrett. lying to a court and denying a citizen their constitutional rights. you don't get to claim evidence is verified when it's not. do you believe they're capable of holding their own accountable? the d.o.j. and the f.b.i. -- remember, the f.b.i. falls under the d.o.j. banner. are they going to be willing to apply the laws to their own? that's the question tonight. >> we're not even sure that mccabe is going to be indicted. i hope he is. he will be indicted. not on spygate but on lying about, frankly, his leaks about the clinton investigation noninvestigation that he and the d.o.j. weren't doing. look, the comey report outlined the coup. comey went to the president-elect with the
fraudulent dossier after meeting with barack obama, joe biden, susan rice, talked to his senior f.b.i. guys, talked to his fellows in the intelligence community and agreed they would confront him with it with the idea of getting his response as a witness and a target. trying to destroy trump from the beginning. that's outlined in the i.g. report and the justice department couldn't manage to figure out whether that was a criminal violation of the president's rights and a fraud on the united states. it doesn't suggest to me that a fisa investigation or a fraud on the fisa court are going to be prosecuted either but we'll see. my concern is that the deep state will narrowly define the crimes and decide not to proceed. i just hope attorney general barr takes his own counsel as opposed to listening to the thousands of james comeyes that are in the justice department and the f.b.i. still.
>> sean: more throughout the show. we will turn now to the radical, extreme, socialist democratic party tonight. we the american people -- you should be alarmed. 24 hours ago all the democrats running for the highest office in the land basically pushed a venezuela style socialism as the solution to all of america's problems. they didn't talk once about the american economy and the revival under donald trump. shocking. not even a single question from their friends in the media mob. they called for a hostile government take over of the entire medical industry and proposed for a hostile government takeover of the entire energy sector putting all oil and gas companies out of business. i hate to tell you. that's the lifeblood of our economy. what a setback that would be now that we are for the first time in 75 years energy independent under trump. they called for government-run
universal child care, pre-k, government mandated wages, vacations, healthy food, retirement, everything is free, free, free, they even pushed government mandated gun confiscation. socialism 101. it's the status quo. there are no moderates inside the democratic party. we start our debate analysis with sleepy, crazy, joe and his poll numbers have taken a dive for good reason. if he ever had a fastball it's long gone. i don't think he even has a softball and by most accounts biden's debate performance was a disaster. the only person interrupting joe was joe. look at your screen. it starts with an apparent problem inside of biden's moufth. very bizarre this whole thing here. look at this. >> a measure to require extended background checks died on the
senate floor. if you couldn't get it done after sandy hook, why should we give you a second chance? >> i'm the only one up here ever to beat n.r.a. nationally. >> sean: it only got worse from there. it was not a good night for biden. here is more. >> the option i'm proposing is medicare for all -- medicare for choice. the president thinks my friends from vermont. as a young councilman. play the radio. make sure the television -- excuse me, make sure you have the record player on at night -- the phon, make sure the kids hear words. i'm the vice president of the united states. >> sean: i don't want to see his medical records. he looks like he's aged 20 years since he left office. his performance was so bad some of those on stage questioned his state of mind. yeah, they went there. take a look. >> you just said that. you just said that two minutes ago. you just said two minutes ago
they would have to buy in. you said they would have to buy in. are you forgetting what you said two minutes ago? are you forgetting already what you said just two minutes ago? i can't believe that you said two minutes ago that they had to buy in and now you're saying they don't have to buy in. you're forgetting that. >> there are definitely moments when you listen to joe biden and you wonder but i don't know -- look. >> senator, do you think he's too old to be president? >> no, i'm definitely not saying that, i listened to joe biden over the years and found that there are times that he's going on or meandering in his -- in his speech. >> sean: uh-oh, they're going there. maybe just had a really bad night. maybe he's not a great debater. maybe he's not good at speaking and campaigning. sarah palin beat him in the debate handily. if biden limps across the finish line and wins his party's nomination, i think the president, president trump, i think he will be happy with the
result. no matter who the president faces in the general election, frankly, we can all expect democrats to once again weaponize the politics of race, and we see it every two and four years. i have given the history on this show many, many times. they pretty much call half of america racist, white supremacists, russians want dirty air, water, they want to kill children, they want grandma and grandpa to eat dog food and cat foot. they were in rare form last night. >> racism in america is endemic. it is foundational. we can mark the creation of this country not at the fourth of july, 1776 but august 20, 1619 when the first kidnapped afcan was brought to this country against -- kidnapped african was brought to this country against his will and in bondage. systemetic racism.
system -- systemic racism. white racism. systemic racism. there is institutional segregation in this country. >> sean: last night when democrats weren't busy playing the race card they spent time pushing their insane socialist policies. medicare for all. very expensive. and you can't have private insurance. take a look. >> on medicare for all, costs are going to go up for wealthier individuals and costs are going to go up for giant corporation, but for hard working families across this country, costs are going to go down and that's how it should work. >> every study done shows that medicare for all is the most cost-effective approach to providing health care to every man, woman and child in this country. >> anyone who can't afford it gets automatically enrolled in the medicare type option but of the 160 million people who like
their health care now, they can keep it. >> sean: when you hear medicare for all with no private insurance option, ok, as bad as obama care, keep your doctor plan, save money think of that a thousand times worse with no exit escape hatch as it stands now because obama care nearly 40% of all u.s. counties, nearly half the country only have one insurance option in the obama care market. only one choice. that's 40% of the country. premiums -- yeah. nobody saved money. premiums have skyrocketed. and many people lost their doctors. and the federal price tag for all of this suffering will be trillions of dollars. under medicare for all, that system, it will even be worse. you don't get to keep your doctor, plan, in fact, in a medicare for all system every american would even lose their private health insurance. the government would be the only insurer. and guess what. to top it off, your taxes.
they're going to explode. that's right. according to multiple studies. look at bernie's medicare for all plan comes with a price tag of $24 to $36 trillion with a t dollars over 10 years. in other words, our entire federal budget is only 4 trillion a year. all of your income taxes will need to pretty much double just to cover that cost of that one program. that doesn't include the green new deal. and there is more because almost every democrat, they support a version of the insanely expensive green new deal. to battle so-called climate change. bernie sanders wants to spend a whopping -- trying to figure out scratching my conservative head here $16 trillion. $16 trillion. even so-called moderate amy klobuchar has a plan that cost more than a trillion dollars. that's on the low end. the tip of the iceberg for
democrats and their big socialist plans literally take the greatest system of wealth creation and pretty much destroy it in about 24 hours. take a look. >> we should be talking about rehabilitation. nobody should be in jail for a nonviolent crime. >> i'm going to do something unprecedented tonight. my campaign will now give a freedom dividend of $1,000 a month for an entire year to 10 american families. someone watching this at home right now. >> start with our babies by providing universal child care for every baby age zero to five. universal pre-k for every three-year-old and four-year-old in this country. >> everyone up here favors an assault-weapon ban. everyone up here favors magazine limitations. >> this is an incredible burden on millions and millions of young people who did nothing wrong except try to get the education they need. we are going to cancel all
student debt in this country. >> sean: kamala harris said it's not about cost, it's about an investment. every time you hear the word from a politician about investment, that means raise your taxes. we're investing. that's what we're doing. one of the more shocking proposals from last night's debate came from beto, bozo, robert francis o'rourke who made it perfectly clear he's coming for your guns. >> americans who own a.r.-15's and a.k.-47's will have to sell them to the government. are you proposing taking away their guns? and how will this work? >> i am. hell, yes. we're going to take your ar-15. your ak-47. we're not going to allow -- >> sean: criminals will have those. stand back and observe the democrats and their radical extremist proposals, you're going to find one common theme.
centralization of power and money in order to protect law-abiding americans from themselves. it is a scary ideology. if america doesn't reject it, i see a lot of trouble ahead. american conservative union matt schlapp, and correspondent ed henry back in the saddle again. thanks for making me a jerk on "fox and friends." i get out of the hospital, hannity punched me. >> you're a karate champ. you almost knocked me every on. >> sean: i don't do karate. i do an eclectic blend boxing and street fighting, blade, firearm and street fighting. >> you made your point. you almost knocked me over. >> sean: to be honest a feather could knock you over. so courageous. i'm glad about the great news about you and your sister.
you're a reporter. not a commentator. but you see this last night and you think back to every presidential campaign you have covered. i have never, ever witnessed anything this extreme or radical in my many years doing this. >> i think you make a fair point there and i want to say i think when you're talking about joe biden losing his fastball, you're half right. he may have lost his fastball. he was fumbling and bumbling last night ask and so much to the point that fellow democrats like cory booker are pointing that out. that is a huge problem for the front runner. what you might not have noticed is he had kind of a curveball. joe biden pushed back on the socialism plan. he might have had a better night than critics are realizing because he said stop this medicare for all nonsense. >> sean: he still supports the green new deal. doubling down on obama care. that makes him a moderate -- >> here is moy point, in the short-term i think joe biden did
better than some of his critics think last night simply because he tried to put a stop to at least some of the socialism. there are other spending that he will support. he may have won the battle and kept his front runner status but he may lose the war to president trump. what i saw on that stage last night were smaller candidates who probably can't take the president on a big stage mano a mano and joe biden if he gets the nomination that the establishment wants, he will be easy pickings for president trump in a general election debate because of all the fumbling around on the details. >> sean: i think what's happened is we have such low expectations now of -- you know, joe 30-3-30, matt the fact he didn't have ia disaster, wasn't another night of gaffe after gaffe, he didn't seem energetic, he lost his train of thought, he digressed a
lot, obama care, he still wants to double down on it. 40% of the country. only has one option. millions lost their doctor's plans and everybody is paying a ton more. i'm not sure that's going to go over well. he's got to run on the obama-biden record. eight million more on poverty and the lowest labor participation rate since the 1970's and here is the thing. donald trump added seven million new jobs, gotten seven million people off food stamps, produce something called comparing and contrasting. your eight years, trump's three years. >> let's be clear about this. i agree that biden is trying to hold onto a bit of the obama legacy but let's face it, barack obama isn't extremities extreme enough for these candidates and joe biden has endorsed every aspect of this socialist agenda even if he says he isn't an avowed socialist. he literally said at a rally
that we will have zero use of fossil fuels. he said anybody can buy into medicare. think of what that's like if you're a senior who has been paying these taxes into the medicare trust fund your whole life and you're getting ready to start to have to use it and now anybody can buy into it. this is an insane policy. >> sean: great to see you, matt schlapp. welcome back. we have missed you. when we come back, attorney general barr is reviewing the finished horowitz report on i.g. fisa abuse. congressman trey gowdy will weigh in. we'll check in with our own gregg jarrett and much more. felicity huffman receiving her sentence today in the college admissions scandal. our special edition of hannity. billions of mouths.
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>> sean: for more reaction on it tonighta breaking news, inspector general horowitz has submitted his fisa report for reviews. former congressman trey gowdy, the idea that now mccabe -- they passed on any special treatment but it was a while ago that report identified the inspector general report identified him as a liar and a leaker and you said it's a celebration of our justice system. now we have the second minor report. that was comey lacking candor. but that didn't result in -- well, it didn't result in a referral but it doesn't seem like they're moving forward. why is this taking so long? and we'll get to fisa next. i have concerns about what the outcome will be. >> you know, sean, there was a trial in d.c., what, last week,
and former white house counsel greg craig was found not guilty in what was a quick jury verdict. these are tough cases. it's harder than it might appear to convince 12 people of anything. i used to have to do it for a living. it's tough. you've got to dot every i and cross every t and it's more difficult if it's a high-profile defendant. if they go forward with mccabe, you can rest assures that's going to be a tough trial. we don't want the united states government going to trial and losing on a regular basis. they lost to greg craig. that's not good. if you're going to go to trial, you need to win. >> sean: you never lost a case as a prosecutor. you're so good at what you do. here is my question. we now know, as it relates to fisa and the fisa inspector general report, i know of three separate times including, by the way, the u.k. memo warning about steele's credibility.
we know three separate instances before the first fisa application was signed, the bulk of information we now know was the unverified dirty russian dossier, likely russian disinformation according to "new york times" from the get-go but they were warned about steele's credibility before they signed the first fisa. they were warned by bruce ohr. the u. confuse warned about his credibility. steele had an agenda, it wasn't verified and hillary paid for it. they used it anyway. we know it's unverifiable because steele never stood by his own dossier and under oath said "i have no idea if any of it is true." to me that sounds like pre-meditated fraud on a fisa report and when you couple that andrew mccabe saying no dossier, no fisa warrant, that tells me they didn't care, they knew it was a fraud but they said it was verified and it wasn't.
>> let's assume for the sake of argument that everything you said was true. let's just assume that. >> sean: it is. >> you still have to find a criminal statute if your objective is indictment which is why i'm really clear, every time you're good enough to have me on we can't live in a society where indictment is the only thing that carries with it any stigma. most of the names involved with the fisa approval process in 2016, have either been fired or publicly called to task. jim comey twice now, the inspector general said you did not meet our expectations. you failed to follow policy. you violated your employment agreement. all of that has to be significant. i used to make representations in front of a court and i tried hard to be honest and fair about it but let's assume that i didn't tell the court something. the remedy for me is not indictment. the remedy is i may lose my law license. the remedy is the court may hold me in contempt. >> sean: here is the thing.
if i am warned that something i'm about to present in court is false and at top of an application i'm making to the court it says, "verified" and i sign it and say that it's verified but i was warned that it isn't and i don't do the job of verifying it because it's unverifiable, we know now, when the f.b.i. finally got their spreadsheet they discovered 90 plus percent of all the dirty dossier was untrue. that was later, though. if i know it's not verified and i present it as verified and it's unverifiable, that would seem like sean hannity went to the court and committed a fraud on the court consciously for the purpose of achieving a political agenda. why do i think trey gowdy, as great an attorney as you are, never lost a case as i prosecutor that i would go to jail. >> it depends -- if you're a lawyer you would lose your law license and the court can hold you in contempt.
devin and i wrote the fisa -- >> sean: we're talking about lying before a judge. >> you will be held in contempt of court. absolutely. and you can go to jail for that. i don't know that lawyers who make factual misrepresentations in front of judges wind up getting indicted. you're going to get punished. you're going to be held in contempt. you may get sent to prison. i'm not minimizing any of what they've done. i'm saying -- >> sean: hang on. >> attach it to the right offense. >> sean: you're denying by signing that an american citizen their constitutional rights. you're literally using that lie to spy on a presidential candidate campaign. and then transition. >> ah-hah. we've identified a statute. using the color of government official -- it could be a 1983 action. that's all i'm saying is we've got to match up the conduct with
a specific code violation. what you just laid out is a 1983 violation. now we're getting somewhere. >> sean: i'll send you gregg jarrett's list. he's identified a variety of crimes. >> don't send it to me. send it to bill barr. nothing i can do about it right now. >> sean: i don't have his email. i don't know bill barr. i would be glad to. i think bill barr is probably aware of what the applicable statutes would be. trey gowdy. good to see you. michael horowitz submitting his draft of his report on fisa abuse to attorney general barr. staffers at fake news cnn are speaking out, upset the network has hired the disgraced f.b.i. director mccabe who was fired for lying and leaking. gregg jarrett and pam bondi straight ahead. felicity huffman sentenced. woman 1: i had no symptoms of hepatitis c.
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>> sean: we continue the special edition of "hannity." cnn's new hire moves closer to possible prosecution. at least one on-air personality telling fox news.com the move erodes our journalistic credibility. the fake news network is largely ignoring the major news surrounding the disgraced former f.b.i. official as their credibility sinks even lower and lower, also tonight democratic hopeful julian castro under fire because he had the unmitigated gall and audacity to question joe biden's short-term memory. now the mob and the media are accusing him of taking a cheap shot at the former vice president. >> julian. >> thankful.
>> don't do that. that was not what we needed last night. that was not what we needed. you have an shall issue with older folks, i guess that's your problem. >> there were a lot of incredible moments, joe, including i think a real low blow. >> how many things wrong with that, joe, a rookie, low blow, obviously so obsessed with joe biden that he was going after biden being proud of working in the obama administration. >> i want to look at that moment. that incredible moment where julian castro seemed to be playing the age card on joe biden saying that he had forgotten what he had just said two minutes earlier on the medicare for all issue. i looked back at the transcript here and it looks to me like julian castro was flatly wrong. >> sean: here with reaction to these top stories and the breaking news michael horowitz submitting his fisa report to the attorney general. that would be bill barr. his new sequel.
"witch hunt." coming out soon. gregg jarrett, fox news legal analyst. and former florida attorney general pam bondi. several statutes violated by jim comey as it relates to pre-meditated fraud on a fisa court. >> abuse of power, fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud, false and misleading statements and you've got perjury. there are actually several others that i identify in the new book "witch hunt" but i am confident that william barr is well aware of those statutes. he has a draft report from the inspector general. likely has already read through it at least once and he realizes that these people who signed off on the fisa warrant including andrew mccabe and james comey and others, sally yates, rod rosenstein, that they deceived the court.
they lied to judges. they concealed evidence. and that is actionable fraud and felonies. and i think he will take action. >> sean: pam, i guess i speak for a lot of people because when you deal with the department of justice and the f.b.i. falls under the department of justice and a lot of these people were all warned ahead of time -- to me that's the pre-meditated part of it not like we accidentally did this. we now know it's an unverifiable dossier and i guess the fear among the american people is, and i guess the test will be here is do we have a dual justice system or do we have equal application of our laws, equal justice under the law but the feeling that there is a reluctant resistance to go after your own and whether or not there is special treatment that will be involved here. >> sean, i can't see bill barr giving anybody special treatment. i really can't. he's a tough prosecutor. he's a tough, tough united
states attorney general. when you say a fisa warrant violation, that is sacred as you and gregg and i have been talking about for so long because you are certifying to a judge that what you say is accurate. that's why these allegations are so very, very serious. a judge is giving you one of the highest rights you can have. to spy on someone else. based on information you're certifying as true. so whether or not they can prove all this in court is one thing. but sean, come on. cnn to hire this guy just to have him now who we know now is -- >> sean: just a second, pam, because it's interesting to me because of the magnitude of what they're signing off on. now we know that steele couldn't even stick by his own dossier so it's unverifiable. now we know that the f.b.i. eventually laid out a spreadsheet and examined the dossier and they determined it's not true. >> right. >> sean: they didn't do it
before they filled out the application. that was october 2016. there were three subsequent renewals. in the interim, jim comey signed three of the four including the original application. he told donald trump it's salacious. but not verified. the opposite of what he's saying to the court. we know he's a liar. we just don't know -- do you agree with gregg on the applicable laws that he identified? >> i do, and there are many laws -- and one thing i think gregg will agree with me on, perjury is difficult to prove because you can come in and say i misspoke. i made a mistake. but what's happened here is like you said, they obtained these warrants and ultimately there was no doubt that they knew they were using false information. yet they could have -- and everin very simplistic terms undone it and they didn't. they kept renewing the warrants. they kept going and going and going. i'm shocked frankly that the
fisa court hasn't tried to hold all of them in contempt. >> sean: thank you. gregg, thank you. as far radical left as bill maher is, he's coming out against the democratic extremists saying they're really far out. coming up next. sebastian gorka. herman cain. an update on the college admissions scandal. full report straight ahead. por. ♪[upbeat music] ♪now i'm gonna tell my momma♪ ♪that i'm a traveller ♪i'm gonna follow the sun♪ ♪now i'm gonna tell my momma ♪that i'm a traveller transitions™ light under control™ to put on our website? i mean i would have but i'm a commercial vehicle so i don't have hands...
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the jerk that was hoping for a recession. the one that would likely hurt many americans. yeah, that jerk. called the far left of his own party out on their position. let's take a look. >> it's kind of a cancer on progressivism, i have been saying this for years that first of all you have to stand up to twitter, twitter isn't us, twitter isn't the rank and file democrat, it's not even most liberals but they don't do it but yes, if you run on taking people's health care and taxing them too much and taking away all their guns and -- transwomen get abortion rights, i think that came up in the first debate -- i don't think you're going to win this election. >> sean: he may be a jerk but in this case he's right but they probably won't listen to him. here with reaction. "the war with america's soul"
author sebastian gorka and the new voice c.e.o. 999, herman cain is with us. i can't believe that somebody as rich as him would hope for a recession. doesn't show a lot of compassion for the americans that will lose their jobs, end up back in poverty, on food stamps. putting that aside, what he said there seemed to ring true to me, herman cain. >> the reason that he wishes for a recession is that because of all of his money he is recession proof. secondly, on that so-called debate stage last night you had 10 socialists with an audience of socialist lunatics. that's what it was. calling the democrats progressives is a misnomer. there is nothing progressive about them. the term should be regressive.
medicare for all is regressive. doing a legal warrant search on a citizen is regressive. increasing taxes is regressive. also, increasing regulations is regressive. the media has allowed them to get away with using that term. co-opting that term "progressive" when there is absolutely nothing progressive about them at all. >> sean: what are your thoughts specifically on maher's comments? dr. gorka? >> i think that clip you played, sean, is fascinating. i cannot recall since he began his disgusting program bill maher having such low energy. >> sean: he looks almost as low energy as joe 30-3-30. >> can we remember that -- how absurd it is that this man is complaining about the radicalism
of his party? how extreme they have become? you mentioned it. this is a person who was praying for a recession. he said "i don't care if it costs people their jobs. it's the only way we're going to get trump out of the white house." that's the democratic party. he is as extreme -- he's worried. he knows that they're in trouble now. but he is as extreme as any of them up there. but as long as they keep coming out of the closet with beto -- i'm sorry, that giving himself a name when he's irish. >> sean: i'm looking at this the same way dr. gorka is and these positions are frankly impossible. medicare for all can't happen, the green deal can't happen, what they want to do with the health care system is destroy
it. total state control. no oil and gas. i don't think -- i don't even know liberals that would support this nonsense at this point. >> not at all. the 10 people on that stage the other night represented the democrat party, and they are appealing to the low information voter. that's why you've got these applauses after they made these lunatic proposals that are basically socialist. so you had 10 socialists on the stage and you had an audience of socialist lunatics. that's why it came across that way. but what they're trying to do -- they believe that if they keep saying it and saying it and saying it more people are going it gravitate toward it. i don't think so. look at what happened in north carolina. two republicans won when the democrats and the liberals and the conservatives and the progressives, whatever you want to call them, they thought they were a sure thing in terms of
>> sean: we continue our special edition of hannity, actress felicity must haveman hs huffmn court today, after the first whatever might be many people >> the first of 51, sean. before she was sentenced in two-weeks in press son, atariful felicity huffman read a statement apologizing to the students andparents affected by her actions and said she was
deeply ashamed and didn't realize the damage. they say motherhood does not make you a cheat and felon. they agreed trying to be a good mom is no execution, saying the college situation was already you change bed money and the fact that huffman immediately accepted responsibility is not a threat to the community and apparently regained her moral compass. she will spend two-weeks in prison, pay a $30,000 fine and perform 250-hours of community service. huffman is hoping to serve her time at an all women's low security press son in california. after leaving the courthouse, the actress said her family, friends and community will forgive her. sean.t,ra >> trace gallagher, thank you. unfortunately, that is all the
team we have left this evening. thank you for being with us. you make this all possible let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham is up next. we have a busy news week next week. we will we will see you monday. >> laura: i'm laura ingraham.th. you will want to stay with us for the whole hour because we have debate recap unlike anything you've heard before with monique pressley, candace owens, and a heck of a lot more. and raymond arroyo with a special debate version of friday follies. >> i think we're going to hit on kechopper joe's trouble. the standup routine, that's a nsstinker. two exclusions, first, famous