trump was displeased about that snl clip calling it a boring and unfunny show. doesn't much like alec baldwin. what do you think? facebook.com/thekelliefile. see you in vegas tomorrow night. welcome to "hannity" and e e are coming to you live from the beautiful mgm in beautiful las vegas. donald trump and hillary clinton will face off in the third and final debate on the fox news channel. new tonight, information released by wikileaks could up end hillary clinton's campaign. the fbi releases documents related to the server investigation, and they uncover a quid pro quo offer. we'll report what the mainstream media refuses to tell you. get a pen and notepad ready.
throughout the program we will put things up on the screen you want to see. a shocking new undercover video from james owe keefe's project veritas appears to show democrating admitting they're responsible for stoking the violence we have seen at trump campaign rallies. fox news channel has not verified the content of the video, but what is caught on tape is beyond disturbing. watch this. >> if you are there and you do these things and you do these actions, you will be attacked. >> oh, oh, so that's part of the process? the reaction. >> the whole point of it is we know the trump people will [ bleep ], the security team will freak out and the supporters will [ bleep ]. >> this is scott vogle, national field director for americans united for change. he used to work for people for the american way, an organization funded by george soros. he also has his own company called the foval group. he is one of the dark operatives
for the clinton campaign. >> have contacted [ inaudible ]. >> yeah. >> i am contracted to him, but my answer, he's the head of special events for the dnc, i'm head of special events for political for the [ inaudible ] campaign. >> the campaign, the dnc, partners, the foval group goes and executes [ bleep ]. >> democracy partners is a private political consulting company with deep ties to hillary clinton, barack obama's white house and the democrating national committee. >> we are the primary [ inaudible ]. as a team democracy partners is the [ inaudible ] hero. >> wherever trump and pence are going to be we have -- >> okay. >> and we have a team across the country that does that, both consultants and people from the democratic party and people from the campaign.
and, you know, my role in the campaign is to manage all of that. >> so i'm basically a deputy rapid response director for the d dnc for all things trump on the ground. >> he directs the spontaneous protests at trump and pence events. his real name is actually aaron mentor. we don't know why he uses the name aaron black. >> nobody is really supposed to know about me. the chicago protest, when they showed all of that, it was more him than me, but none of this is supposed to come back to us. because we want it coming from people. we don't want it to come from the party. so if we do a protest and it is, oh, dnc protest, right away the press is going to say partisan. if i'm in there coordinating with all of the groups on the ground and sort of playing field general, but they're the ones talking to the cameras, then it is actually people. but if we send out press
advisories with dnc on them and clinton campaign, it just doesn't happen in effect. >> and there's a lot more to come. we reached out to the people and groups mentioned in that full video as well as the clinton campaign and the dnc for comments. scott foval and americans united for change are the only ones to get back to us. his statement about the video reads in part, this scheme to cast legitimate organizing activities as a sinister plot is nothing but a ruse. he later goes on to say all who viewed the recordings should remember they are speculative conversations where we attempted to correct a misguided idea put forth by o'keefe and his kroenys and we did not take the bait. woodhouse responded by saying, americans united for change has always operated to the highest ethical and legal standards.
scott foval is no longer associated with americans united for change. former speaker of the house, fox news contributor newt gingrich. i want to read one more thing that came out here, mr. speaker, if i may, because in this video they explain the flow of money and their rapid response operations. this is what they say. the campaign pays the dnc. the dnc pays democracy partners. democracy partners pays the foval group, and they go out and executes the -- on the ground, meaning when they foment anger and fighting and take credit and brag about they're responsible for what happened in chicago when they stopped donald trump from giving a speech. what is your reaction to all of these tapes? >> well, okay, i think if it turns out to be a systematic organization that blocked trump from even having a meeting in chicago, it is a direct assault on democracy and on the rule of law.
of course, just yesterday you had a republican campaign headquarters in north carolina was fire bombed, something which i think was an act of intimidation that's designed to say to people, you better not go to republican headquarters, who knows what's going to happen. i mean this is the sort of thing the left is so terrified of a genuine outsider winning that you're getting this kind of really illegal and anti-american activities that we should all be condemning, including, by the way, hillary clinton. i mean she should adamantly condemn it. she should fire anybody who is in the chain that paid for it. let's clean this thing up. well, mr. speaker, i take it a step further, i want to know what she knows and when she knew it because they are more than suggesting, they are saying on this tape they are coordinating with the dnc, they are coordinating with -- by the way, that would be a violation of campaign finance law, but all of this is coordinated, all of this
is designed, that this is organized by them around the country to create a false image that trump campaigns are violent. they said they're doing it in every city, in every town, in every state, and they themselves are fomenting the violence. what does that say if the dnc and the campaign is involved in this? >> well, one of the tragedies of having a politically corrupt justice department is that there's nobody there to do the policing. i mean who are you going to turn to? because these people are so deeply now committed to a corrupt establishment that you can't get the kind of response you ought to be getting, and this goes all the way back to 2012 when there were clear examples of voter intimidation in philadelphia, and the attorney general himself refused to investigate it. so i think -- >> yeah. >> -- these people are living in a gray zone that is being created by the decay of the justice system in the united states. they call it conflict engagement, is how they describe it.
but i want to go back to this, how this is all intertwined here. foval explained and is on tape saying they set it up to allow the dnc and the clinton campaign plausible deny ability is to make sure there is a double blind between the actual campaign, the actual dnc and what we're doing, a double blind so there can be plausible denyability they heard anything about it. he's admitting they're coordinating, they're involved and informed. >> remember, this continual effort to have extra-legal behaviors that in some cases are criminal goes all the way back in our experience to madison, wisconsin where when governor scott walker passed his reforms, he had 100,000 people in the street. they had the capital occupied for six months. remember, both the governor and his wife had death threats.
people on the left are terrified that they're going to lose their control of government and they're going to lose their ability to dictate to the rest of us, and this is the kind of stuff we should expect. if trump wins, you're going to see more stuff like this as they try to stop the reforms. let me now move on to the discovery both of the fbi in their investigation and wikileaks and what we're discovering, and while we're speaking, mr. speaker, i'm going to put on the screen. you know, you have john podesta wishing that the bernardino shooter was named chris, you have the head of the clinton campaign literally, you know, calling about taxes and hypersensitive issues. political reporter is offered the campaign a chance to edit the story. we have focus group testing whether or not obama's father is a muslim. so we discover in wikileaks how dirty tricks were used even against barack obama, the campaign believed obama
committed voter fraud in 2008, but i was watching this weekend making a big term of that in terms of donald trump suggesting it is a possibility. as you look at that, as you look at the conflicts of interest, you look at the pay-to-play scheme that was discovered over the money raised for haiti and the list that are made for clinton supporters and donors, that they get preferential treatment in terms of the contracts that would be awarded after 150,000 people died. in its totality, what are we to make of all of this? >> look, this is a giant criminal enterprise disguised as a foundation and disguised as a campaign. you can tell though, an article that came out today i thought was fascinating, that analyzed donations by news media to the clinton and trump campaigns. 96% of all the donations went to clinton, so that means among the news media the ratio was 24-to-1 in favor of hillary clinton. now, of course they wouldn't
suggest that they're biassed, but 24-to-1, which, by the way, is about the same number of the amounts of minutes dedicated friday a week ago between the trump 11-year-old tape and wikileaks, it was 23 minutes on trump and 57 seconds in all three networks combined on wikileaks. part of what is going on is the elite media, which really shouldn't be considered news media. they're really propaganda. i'm thinking that the columbia school of journalism should rename itself into the columbia school of propaganda because these people are not engaged in news. they're methodical propagandists for the left, smothering negative information about hillary and maximizing negative information about trump in a way that is a huge disservice to the united states of america and to the people of the united states. >> yeah. mr. speaker, indulge me for about a minute here, and we will put it up full screen for our audience to see. ace just run down the list of revelations here, that the news media is not reporting as they
seem obsessed with allegations one after another about donald trump that one by one seem to be becoming debunked, but we know clinton had a public and private position on many of the main issues. if we can put it up on the screen, guys. obama knew about the clintons' private e-mail account. we know clinton claimed saudi arabia and qatar fund you had isis. that's fascinating considering both abused women, guys and lesbians and persecute christians and jews, and they accepted money from them. clinton showed concerns about vetting refugees, said we can't possibly vet them. that means she is willing to gamble with lives of american people. clinton bragged about being invited into putin's inner sanctum. she said she is removed from the struggles of the middle class she is so rich. they have a plan to infiltrate the cath lynne church.
she admitted a no fly zone would be difficult but supports it publicly. went back and forth over ski stone pipeline, said fracking was a gift. praised wall street in paid speeches. she supported a plan that could cut social security. she showed support for open borders and open hemisphere. she hated to use the term every day americans. then we have the media, cnbc offering clinton advice. the "new york times," by the way, allowing, quote, edits. "the boston globe" pumping up her campaign. univision giving advice. donna brazile leaking debate questions. calling latinos needy. i can't touch the surface here, all of which describes corruption at a level, i'll be honest, that is bigger almost than watergate to me, but the news media is ignoring it. >> oh, this is -- no, no, this is 100 times bigger than
watergate. watergate was the stupid action of a hand will of people who actually got caught up in the coverup. remember, watergate is one break in of the democratic national headquarters and the effort to cover up how it happened. it is a fairly narrow thing. this is a level of corruption that permeates the federal government. this is a level of corruption you find in the veterans administration, you find in the fbi. comey has become a director corrupting the system, and you can tell by looking at -- as more and more stuff comes out, you have to say to yourself, how could they possibly not have indicted her? the reason is simple, the fix was in. you have the attorney general of the united states in a secret meeting with a former president the week his wife is going to meet with the fbi, and we're supposed to believe that it was purely an accident. this is a level of fundamental dishonesty across the whole
system. >> and the e-mails of wikileaks also show racism and sexism and misogyny and anti-semitism and the media ignores it. if the republicans were fomenting violence at every clinton event, i think it would be covered by the media. i i have to run. i know you have a group of people waiting you. won't keep you longer. >> great to be with you. >> congratulations on success of the book. we have more coming up on veritas, laura ingraham will way in. later tonight. >> mainstream media being fair with all of the coverage? >> no. >> why? >> they don't have the facts. >> "fox & friends" cohost ainsley earhardt interviews melania earlier today. ainsley is here. later tonight, as "hannity" continues live from the vegas strip and the mgm grand. continues live from the vegas strip in the mgm grand.
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. welcome back to "hannity." alarming new video from james o' keep project veritas is causing controversy tonight. as we stated earlier, fox news channel has not independently verified the content of the tape, but it clearly seems to show democrating operatives explaining how they intentionally incite violence at donald trump rallies. here is another example. >> this is a script of engagement. sometimes the crazies fight, sometimes the crazies don't fight. they're starting confrontations in the line, right? >> the volunteers. >> starting in the rally, because once inside the rally
there's [ inaudible ]. when they're outside the rally -- >> they're more effective out. they're harder to get in. >> the media will cover it no matter where it happens. >> i assume it is always in the rally. >> initiating the conflict by having the conversation with people who are naturally psychotic. >> right. >> i mean, okay, honestly it is not hard to get some of these [ bleep ] people to pop off. it is a matter of showing up to want to get into the rally in a planned parenthood tee shirt or, you know, trump is a nazi. you know, you can message to draw them out and draw them to punch you. >> all right. joining us editor in chief of life zed, national syndicated radio host laura ingraham. they are bragging about a grand
scheme, all of the connections to clinton campaign and the white house, even the dnc to orchestrate a lie, a narrative, propaganda to the american people that trump people are like this, and they've been doing it the whole campaign season. >> right. >> and now they got caught. what if republicans did this? >> oh, no, i mean if -- if a hillary clinton campaign office had been fire bombed, it would have led every newscast and every donald trump supporter would have been tarred with the action, okay. but, you know, when that happened over the weekend, it was basically brushed aside by the media as a one-off. and this project veritas tape, sean, really does comport with what you've been saying, i've been saying all along. there have been too many cute little actions that seemed a little too convenient during this campaign. remember that guy who yelled out during the primary season that question about the muslims at
one point, and then he just disappeared? they were trying to engage trump on that about -- i think it was about deportation or something. it was just so obvious that it was -- it didn't seem like it was real. it seemed like these were actors. remember, hillary clinton had that little girl ask her the question at the event last week or the week before, it turns out the question was scripted by her parents who himself had a connection to state government in pennsylvania. so a lot of this stuff is fraudulent and a lot of this stuff is orchestrate zbd. >> let me ask this. >> and it is propaganda. it is what hillary's record is, fraudulent, filled with propaganda, filled with lies, filled with media amplifications, and it goes along with the entire campaign's outlook, frankly. it doesn't surprise me one bit. >> this is right out of rules for radicals. >> absolutely. >> this is saul olinski. what is fascinating is they've been fomenting violence this
entire campaign season. >> yeah, against police officers, too. >> they brag about it and then they brag about how the dnc and the clinton campaign and even the white house is involved. how do you -- >> yes. >> how do you justify this? >> well, again, they don't think they have to justify it, sean. just like what hillary says in response to the private server, she bats away these questions like they're pesky little mosquitos, and then she gets back on her message. oh, no, that's not what director comey said. i think he actually confirmed what i said, you know, in her question and answer with reporters or on capitol hill. so their mode us operandi here is to deny and quickly move on and it works for them because unlike with trump, the press will let it go. >> they talk about creating plausible deny ability. they are talking about having operatives in every state. >> absolutely. >> they're fomenting violence and they've been trained how to ask the questions.
they even admitted they're responsible for chicago. >> yeah. >> a 69-year-old woman they apparently claimed was an operative. they get people in line at 6:00 a.m. so they're in the front so that the media hears their question, and the media buys it hook, line and sinker. >> yeah. >> seems to me we have been victims of a huge organized lie and propaganda campaign this entire election season, and i got to take a break. so i'm going to ask you about wikileaks when we get back. more with laura ingraham straight ahead. plus, the fbi releases more documents related to clinton's e-mail investigation. wait until you hear what a senior state department official tried to get the fbi to do, and later tonight. >> those words, they were offensive to me and they were inappropriate. and he apologized to me, and i expect -- i accept his apology. >> our own ainsley earhardt interviewing melania trump earlier today. she is here with that exclusive
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on what really matters. marie callender's. it's time to savor. . the media is trying to rig the election by giving credence -- and this is so true -- by giving credence to false stories that have no validity. they take a story with absolutely nothing, that didn't exist, and they put it front page news because they want to
poison the minds of the voters. they take things and statements and put it in from 30 years ago, from 20 years ago. by the way, just so you understand just to be very clear, events that never happened, just so you do understand that. >> all right. donald trump earlier tonight campaigning in the swing state of wisconsin. joining us laura ingraham. when you think of donald trump and all that he's been through in the last two weeks and the republican establishment stabbing him in the back and sabotaging him, paul ryan, and you think of the democrats doing everything they could do to sabotage, and then you think about the media on team clinton, and then you look at the polls, "washington post," abc of only a four point spread, he is up four in ohio and dead even in north carolina and nevada. it is frankly a miracle. >> yeah. i mean four points is not that much. he has to flip a number of these battleground states, sean, there's no doubt about it. unless the polls are wildly off,
he's got work to do. i will say that what's incredible here is that if republicans -- and i mean all republicans, every last one of them, were united and they were fanning out across america going through the list of wikileaks revelations that i have on my sheet here, which is stunning -- >> i'm going to put them up on the screen. >> oh, sean. >> we'll split our screen. >> let's put it up on the screen, because when you look at the how enormous the corruption was, the media's involvement, the campaign being on a string for the media like puppeteers, hillary saying i have a public and private position -- >> interpret that. she is admitting she lies. i'm going to tell you one thing in public, but in private i'm going to tell you something totally different. and we have specific instances
that she does it over and over again. >> yeah. >> so one level -- >> and also, sean, when she is talking about she wants a better relationship with russia and she hopes we can have a better relationship with putin, now she criticizes trump at various times for indicating, we don't want to be at war with russia. of course now pope is basically threatening war with russia, looks like wag the dog to a lot of people. sean, think about it, if every republican with that graphic on the screen, if every republican went coast to coast and all they did was stalk about the corrupt-ocrats in the clinton campaign and what they would do to america, if that's all they did and talked about trump's plan for prosperity would create jobs and opportunity, up 10 points. >> here is the problem. guys like paul ryan who i've lost a lot of respect for, have spent more time attacking trump than bringing up what you and i are talking about. >> right. >> or talking about supreme
court justices and the type hillary would appoint or the need for a border wall, or you want to talk about one of the most corrupt things hillary mentions, oh, we can't vet refugees. she is going to bring them in at an increase of 550%. that means by her own admission she is gambling with the lives of the american people. why isn't paul ryan talking about that? i think in 23 days win, lose or draw, we need a long conversation about whether or not he should be speaker of the house. >> i think, you know, anyone who calls himself or herself a republican or a conservative who is not doing everything in his or her power legally, unlike the clintons, to stop hillary clinton from becoming president really has lost all ability or all credibility. to be complaining in the future if hillary clinton should become president, don't complain about supreme court justices, don't complain about anemic gdp, don't
complain about anything because when you could have worked to stop her you were dumping all over trump every chance you got or sitting on the sidelines and hoping secretly and texting your friends, ah-ha, trump is behind. i don't want to hear from any of these people. if hillary clinton wins this, god help our country, but don't complain when you spent most of your time -- >> oh, no, laura -- >> -- going after donald trump. >> they own it. i'm going to tell you, and paul ryan and republicans have been more critical of donald trump -- >> of course they have. >> -- than they've ever been about obama, than they've ever been about hillary. frankly, their weakness created donald trump. >> shawn, just one more thing. in the veritas tape, what they did was also made -- they were basically making fun of mentally ill people because they were saying we throw out these mentally ill people to create disruptions. >> and homeless people. i got to tell you, we'll get to
more of that tomorrow night. by the way, james o'keefe told me today tomorrow's tape will be bigger than today's. we'll see. >> will cnn cover it, will msnbc cover it? that's the question. >> no. cnn has operatives that give questions to their favorite liberals before debates and town halls. >> thank you, donna brazile. >> and msnbc literally takes verbatim questions for hillary clinton interviews and reads it verbatim. >> sleazy. >> coming up, today the fbi released a new batch of documents related to hillary clinton's e-mail investigation, and they reveal a senior state department official wanted to make a deal with the bureau over the classification of the e-mails. the fbi is calling it a quid pro quo. i'm suggesting bribery. also tonight. >> mainstream media fair with all of the coverage? >> no. >> why? >> they don't have the facts i
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start building your credit skills today for free. visit experian.com/free right now. experian®. be better at credit. . mainstream media being fair with all of the coverage? >> no. >> why? >> they don't have the facts i know with me. since my husband announced, story after story, even if i say my answers they don't listen to me. they would prefer to listen to somebody else who doesn't know me. that's why all the story came out as you remember. "new york post" did two days in
a row, my pictures that i took as a model. i'm very proud of my body. i'm not ashamed of my body. i'm very confident in my body. >> all right. that was melania trump talking with "fox & friends" cohost ainsley earhardt about the mainstream media's coverage of her and her husband's campaign. during the sit down ainsley asked mrs. trump about her reaction to the leaked audio of her husband from 2005. let's take a look. >> those words, they were offensive to me and they were inappropriate and he apologized to me, and i expect -- i accept his apology, and we are moving on. >> from a woman's perspective, what were your thoughts when you heard those tapes? >> this is not the man that i know. this is -- we could see, as i always said, as my husband said as well, for a successful
businessman, entrepreneur, entertainer, to -- that he did so much in his life, been in so many shows, so many tapes, it is very hard to run for a public office and he did it anyway. he said, i want to help american people, i want to keep america safe, i want to bring back jobs, bring back economy. so our children, our future will be the best possible. >> the full interview with melania trump is going to air tomorrow beginning at 6:00 a.m. on f"fox & friends." joining us is our own ainsley earhardt. congratulations. i wachld ttched the interview, amazing. >> thank you. >> i have gotten to know her and i want to get your thoughts.
she is such an impressive language. english is her fifth language, not first or second. what did you think about her as a person? >> as a person she is extremely strong. i walked through the apartment and i said, look at your view. you and i both moved here, you are living over the place where every tourist in new york city comes, you come from a different country, you speak so many languages, you are married to a man that could become the president of the united states, you could become the first lady. if that's not the american dream, i don't know what is. i said, do you pinch yourself when you're walking through there? i said at that moment, do you pinch yourself when walking through the apartment? she said, ainsley, i don't have time to pinch myself. >> i b've been in the very same room, and i have to be careful, i don't want to mess anything up in that room. >> i know. beautiful. >> it is a pretty extensive interview. you asked her specific questions about, for example, the women
coming forward and donald trump. i thought she gave a strong answer. here it is. >> every -- oh, okay. >> i was not surprised in one way because, as i said before, everything was organized, and it is three weeks before the election. all of these women coming out and there are allegations that they are not true. why now? why three weeks before the election? and what they're accusing my husband, that is not the person that i know. >> what is your message to these women? what would you like to say to them? >> that all of the allegations should be handled in a court of l law, and without the evidence to
accuse somebody, a man or a woman, it is damaging and it is unfair. >> why do you think they would make this up then? >> because they want to damage the presidency of my husband, and it was all planned, it was all organized from the opposition. >> you know, ainsley, i think you raise a very, very tough point about these women. but i was watching judge jeanine pirro over the weekend. for example, one of the main accusers was on a flight with donald trump and the guy that was sitting in the seat next to them totally debunked that story. but when you reveal it three weeks before an election, it becomes very difficult for the person being accused -- what did you think of her answer on that? >> yeah, i mean i thought her answer was fair. she said there's no evidence, so let's take this to court. prove to me. you can't just come out a few weeks before the election and damage my husband's reputation and say these things about a father without any evidence. but from a woman's perspective, i mean i definitely see both
sides, and here they are, like she said, it was coordinated. so many women came out at one point. she did make a good point saying, why didn't one or two come out periodically if that were the case? why didn't they come out immediately when this happened if it did happen. she said, why did they all come out together and it happened to be just, you know, 22 days out from the election. >> you know, and it is also relevant in this sense, that i interviewed juanita broaddrick, kathleen r kathleen willey and kathy shelton, and they didn't get requested to be interviewed by many of the same media outlets that went wall to wall on this. you ask an important question i want to sneak in here, and that is what she thinks about them probing bill clinton considering we know the monica story is true, the jennifer story is true and he did pay $850,000 to paula jones. let's roll it. >> is it fair for the media to
bring up bill clinton's past or for donald trump to bring up bill clinton's past? >> well, if they bring my past, why not? >> so they're asking for it? >> they're asking for it. they start it. they started from the beginning of the campaign putting my picture from modelling days as you want that to be your first lady. that was my modelling days and i'm proud what i did. i worked very hard. i think it was a good answer. ainsley, just to tell people, programming note, set your alarm. the entire interview with melania airs tomorrow morning, right? >> that's right. tomorrow from 6:00 to 9:00 eastern time we're going to be on with melania. i sat down with her for an hour and a half. >> wow. >> talking about how they decided to run together as a couple. her immigration, people talk about wh she came here legally. why we don't see her on the campaign trail as much, that answer is a strong answer, and
when are we going to see her out more and ivanka more. people always request those things of us. and lots more i'm not including. >> all right. ainsley, a great interview. great job as always. >> thanks, sean. >> thanks for sharing it with us. coming up, the fbi releases new documents about the clinton e-mail server investigation and reveals a senior state department official tried to cut a quid pro quo deal over the classification of hillary's e-mails. we will have details coming up straight ahead. we're going to have the details coming up straight ahead upgrade your phone system and learn how you could save at vonage.com/business
ond and welcome back to "hannity." we're live from the vegas strip, the mgm grand. joining us judge jeanine pirro, civil rights activist, long-time friend niger innis and charlie hurt. i have to praise you. you broke a lot of news. you had one person after another debunking these women the media has gone nets with but they ignore wikileaks. >> they ignore wikileaks, and all of these women we were able to prove, with the bill clinton women they made y all had corroboration, let's put that away. then the man arrives from england, debunks the idea of the woman in the first class cabin. >> she is the one that said 15 minutes is okay, but after 15
minutes i was okay. >> yeah, it was okay, but don't do anything after that. >> and then the other guy who was the cousin that claims that donald -- >> second base, you are taking us back to the '70s. >> i know. i'm sorry. i'm no spring chicken. listen, aside from that, the thing is -- >> by the way, the "new york times" is here. they're going to report all of that. >> i know. he also says that the woman who says she's molested invited donald trump after the alleged molestation to her restaurant. he didn't go so now she is upset. her own cousin said it. >> niger. >> look, i have memories speaking of flashbacks, i have memories of anita hill and clarence thomas. i remember how that bomb was dropped at the last minute, when history was about to be made with justice thomas. >> back to the old play back. >> back to the old play book, and that smear lasted to this day, so much so in the african-american museum you have more on anita hill than you have justice clarence thomas. >> that's a disgrace. then you see this project veritas tape where they are fomenting violence, admitting it and admitting coordination with
the clinton campaign and the dnc and it goes straight up to the white house. >> yeah, i know it is truly incredible. of course, you know, you have the fire bombing of the headquarters. >> yeah, north carolina. imagine, god forbid, democrating. >> yeah, absolutely. but listen to the television and the news and people are talking about maybe it was a trump supporter that did it. what are you talking about? >> yes. >> what are you talking about? >> it is machiavellian. >> it is. if anything happens at a trump rally it is blamed on donald trump. of course, we don't know what happened with the fire bombing thing, but the idea people would entertain the notion. >> here is the deal. they've created a false story, a narrative, violence at trump rallies. now that we know it is fomented entirely and organized entirely by democrats, you know, how do we get that message to the american people in the next 21 days? >> it is going to be very hard because the mainstream media is absolutely opposed to it. it is really up to donald trump. >> no, they're an extension of
hillary. >> right. it is up to donald trump at this debate on wednesday night to do it. you know what -- >> he has to do their job again, right? >> absolutely, no question about it. he has to do their job. you know what, things like this backfire. i mean the pile-on is so profound, i have so much faith in the american people. >> so do i. >> you've never had such a sneak preview of the corruption. >> i'm not sure. i have no feel how this is going to tub out. >> the fact he is still standing after the last three weeks, what he has endured from the media -- >> by the way, up in ohio by four. tied in nevada and north carolina. i got to break. "hannity," at mgm grand, i will be gambling in about six minutes. straight ahead. omantic. so why pause to take a pill? and when you're having fun why stop to find a bathroom? with cialis for daily use, you don't have to plan around either. it's the only daily tablet approved to treat erectile dysfunction so you can be ready anytime the moment is right. plus cialis treats the frustrating urinary symptoms of bph,
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