smugness, and groupthink. those are an ample supply right now in case you haven't noticed. tomorrow night will be a great show. we'll have more on developments on the gun debate. in the meantime, good night from washington. sean hannity. >> sean: great show. welcome to "hannity." we'll get it all in. the president blasting the attorney generalal jeff sessions over his planned investigation into rapp and administration fisa abuses and also breaking the sabbath, g.o.p. congressmen are rightly calling for the special counsel to be appointed to investigate all the fisa abue in the scandal, the corrupt clinton email investigation, and how the trap the trump-russia s started. on top of all of that, how ironic, hillary clintonn is accusing president trump of surrendering to the t russians. did you forget about uranium one, the dossier you paid full of lies that were used
to manipulate the american people? we have a burning question tonight. four fisa judges were lied to by the fbi and doj. what do they think about being lied to in a massive way? we have some insight and clues into what they are thinking. also tonight, the clock isal ticking for top ranking obama administration officials to respond to congressman devin nunes is ten questions about the clinton bought and paid for dossier. all of that and ed henry has the latest about the white house communications director hope hicks resigning. we'll have more and so much mork in our opening monologue, breaking news monologue. ♪ >> sean: i cannot breaking news. i promise we'll get it all in. we start with this. president trump is slamming the attorney general, jeff sessions, for relying on an obama appointed inspector general to probesa with the massive fisa abuse scandal and not doj lawyers who actually have we'll prosecute your power. the president tweeted earlier
today, wise attorney general jeff sessions asking the inspector general to investigate potentially massive fisa abuse. will take forever, has no prosecutorial power, and played with reports on comey et cetera. isn't the idea an obama guy? why not use the justice department lawyers? the attorney general responded, put out a statement. it reads... >> sean: we know from parker republican, memos and the schiff memo, that i clinton bought and paid for dossier filled with russian government lies and propaganda was used to spy on the trump campaign. we know that. we also know for a fact the fbi
and doj lied to a fisa judge about clinton and the dnc financing the dossier. and these memos show us that this fisa application, it never mentioned hillary or the dnc that she controlled. they never told the fisa judges. that is called to maliciously and purposefully deceiving fisa court judges. and justices. here is what is worse. the fbi and doj, they did it four separate times. one for the original warrant to spy on carter page, and then that warrant was renewed on three separate occasions. we have also discovered that thd trump campaign was in fact spied on and here's why. when the fbi got approval for that fisa warned, using her bought and paid for dossier, it also gave them access to everyone on carter page's old emails, all text messages, old phone calls. b everything, which dates back to when he was a member of the trump campaign. itep gets worse. remember "politico" reported
that the former top white house advisor, steve bannon, he may have been picked up on fbi surveillance of page. this is about immediate accountability. this is aboutut the rule of law. if you did this at home, i promise you he would be investigated and probably be on trial by now. government officials in the end, i predict, will go to jail over this. it is time, knowing the facts as we have them, which areto incontrovertible and overwhelming, that the attorney general has to do his job, serve the american people, and yes, the rule of law and the constitution. jeff sessions, if he is not up to the task, if he wants to create a two to your justice system, we have other options. how about appoint a special counsel? that is other breaking news tonight. republicanma congressmen are demanding that jeff sessions do that very thing, appoint a counsel to investigate what is massive and widening fisa abuse scandal. these lawmakers want the special counsel to probe their corrupt clinton email investigation.
remember, thehe fix was in. writing the exoneration before investigation at out the j trump-russia investigation even started. we justba explained all the key details about the obama era fisa abuses. here's what we know about the clinton email investigation. we know the fix was in. we know it was predetermined, hillary was not going to be charged, even though she had her unsecured email server, she deleted emails, acid washed, smashing blackberries with a hammer. all of that, they are all major crimes. it would send everyone of of you to jail out there, everyone not named hillary clinton, for a long time. it never happened. why not? james comey james comey, trump-hating fbi agent peter strzok, other top fbi officials, theyne started writing the exoneration, gave her the get out of jail free card, before doing their investigative work. then there's of course the issue of how the trump-russia probe started. here's the information we currently have.
the trump-hating fbi agent peter strzok, a top counter intelligence official, signed the paperwork that actually kicked off this entire russian witch-hunt. peterd, strzok, and lisa page, they are is corrupt as they come. they talked about the insurance plicy with we think andrew mccabe. insurance policy in case of what? p donald trump warning? the american people deciding they want him as their president? we also have new at this hour, hillary clinton has zero -- she's pretending to be outraged. she's feigning outrage and accusing president trump of surrendering to the russians. and shens lashed out earlier toy in a tweet writing... >> sean: okay.
obama knew in 2014 this was going to happen in 2016, he did nothing. hillary, you couldn't be a bigger hypocrite or more partisan. do you really have the audacity todi lecture anybody on russia? did you forget that reset button you handed over to your counterpart or uranium one giving 20% of america's uranium to the hostile regime of russia, the hostile actor, vladimir putin? maybe it was because you and bill, you doubled his speaking moscow and then $145 million following right back into your foundation, the people involved in that deal, or about how you supported barack obama, who did absolutely nothing, even though he was mourned again and again, that he had to stop russia election interference? oh, and hillary, there's also the dossier, and the evidence of real russia collusion in the campaign 2016. how you and the dnc that you controlled four for over
$12 million for russian lies, to lie to the american people, about going to the ballot box on the eve of an election. really? a little bit of free advice, hillary, when it comes to russia, maybe you just want to keep your right to remain silent. we have even more breaking news that involves a very big question. here it is. how do four fisa judges that we now know tonight were lied to by the fbi as it relates to the clinton dossier, how do these judges feeld about being lied t? tonight, we have new information to help answer that very question. sara carter reporting that foreign intelligence presiding judge,ie her name is rosemary collier, she told devin nunes and bob goodlatte in a february 18th letter that documents they are requesting from the fisa court can actually be obtained from the doj with the approval from the white house. ins her letter, this is where gt
interesting, she writes that requests for fisa court information related to the approval of a fisa warrant to spy on carter page, "prevent novel and significant questions." meaning new, never happened before, significant, yeah, this is pretty profound, and the judge asked that the court does not have any problem with the executive branch releasing any material from the fisa court to congress. here's my take away. it sounds like this one judge and probably the other three are now saying we'd all pretty darn well we were lied to. we were manipulated. but we now have to go through theo proper process to get the truth out.. at that as a major development. we'll be following the story very, very closely. i also printing tonight. that clock is ticking for the obama administration, those officials, to answer congressman devin nunes' ten questions about the dossier.in the deadline for the house intelligence committee, the chairman said, friday at midnight. what devin nunes is trying to
find out is, what these obama officials knew, when do they know what,y in regards to this phony dossier. we know that the obama fbi, doj, state department, members of congress, all either how the dossier over briefed on the phony dossier. what nunes rightly is seekingou our answers to how these officials found out about the dossier, who told them aboutnd , and what they did with that information. "the wall street journal," the editorial board, raising very important serious questions, making key points about the dossier. for example, the editorial board points out that of hillary clinton and the dnc are paying the 12 million bucks for the dossier with russian sourced lies, fusion gps would have almost certainly shown them what their money bought. former senate minority leader harry reid also reference to a close the dossier. remember? he sent that letter to james comey at the end of 2016, days before the election, clearly, the dossier was not some closely held secret in
terms of officials all across the obama administration obviously knew about it. harry reid knew about it. it is now time for all of them to respond and tell us, you, we, the american people, what do they know and when did they know what? the scandal stretches well outside of the obama administration and 20 months afterhr christopher's deal gave this phony, fake news dossier to the fbi, believe it or not, we now have evidence that so many liberals two years later are still trying to prove it's true. russian hookers, ritz-carlton, they are that desperate. "the washington times" put a fullye list of the liberal plays in the scandal letter hoping they can verify anything amiss clinton bought and paid foror dossier. a couple of examples. buzzfeed published the dossier, they are being sued for libel.
they were hired a retired fbi cyber expert to incorporate these lies. fusion gps also being sued for libel, also trying to verify the dossier. former british by christopher's deal is locked in a huge legal battle. his lawyers are trying to confirm what he wrote in his own dossier, his own fake dossier. verifying the dossier is what buzzfeed, fusion gps, steele should have done in the first place, not to manipulate the american people just a couple of months before the election. they never bothered to verify it because to them it didn't matter. it was always about smearing then candidate now president donald trump. finally tonight, a major report from "the daily caller," this is interesting. we'll follow it very, very closely. as it relates to james comey's very questionable leadership atc the fbi. "the daily caller" is reporting "the department of justice's expect every general sanctioned4 fbi officials for a range of
inappropriate acts, most of it occurred under former to former fbi director comey. they were waiting any day now, michael horowitz, found that comey actually attemptedd toea interfere with the investigation. we reached out to james comey for comment. shockingly, he never got back to us. i bet he's probably watching. this is another example of how corrupt i james comey really is. he's the national embarrassment. he's a disgrace to law. enforcement. he deserves to be fired, and we'll follow this closely.ut i can't wait for this book to come out.n he is so sanctimonious on twitter. tick tock. here with reaction, fox news contributor sara carter., civil rights criminal defense attorney david schon is with us, gregg jarrett, and sara, let's start with you. let's give us many details as we can to her audience. >> what is fascinating here is that judge collyer did respond
to the request for the transcripts from the fisa court when the fbi made the application to spy on carter page. whatic she said wasse significat because she said, sean, the department of justice can easily give you the same documents that we have prayed this has never been requested before from the fisa court, collyer said. this is a new thing. they have to review everything, decide whether or not they can handle to hand over these documents. she said the court would not object to the fact that the department of justice could hand them. over. i confirmed tonight that nunes and bob goodlatte did request to those documents from the department of justice and the department of justice never responded to them. >> sean: let's talk about all that from a legal perspective. >> collyer has made it clear that they didn't transcribe or record any of the q&a that occurred in the application for the warrant. >> sean: the application exists. >> the applications exist, that
is in the possession of the department of justice. and congress has the legal authority to request that from o doj. they should handed over, those that don't contain -- >> sean: one quick question.g why is the judge saying that the executive branch can release this? >> there is a question of separation of powers as to whether or not the judiciary can hand this over but clearly, congress has constitutional oversight over the executive branch. so it's easier if the executive branch, the department of justice, hands it over. >> sean: you agree that the president's right as it relates to jeff sessions? >> 100%. >> sean: why would he rely on the inspector general? >> because jeff sessions is the attorney general in name only. he's not running the department. i suspect he's being told, don't appoint a second special counsel. he's been asked three times since last july by congress to
appoint a second special counsel. he ignored the first two, i suspect he did not see those requests. then in november, he said i'm thinking about it. finally, he hands it off to the inspector general who has no prosecutorial authority, can't compel witnesses, has complained that every time he tries to talk to the doj and the fbi, they stonewall him or provide documents heavily redacted. the only way you can get to the bottom of this is somebody who subpoena power to compel testimony under oath, the ig does not have that. >> sean: what do you make, david schoen, of what this judge is saying in this particular case? very specifically, the considerations involved, not only prerogatives of the legislative branch, but also the interest of the executive branch includingee its responsibility r national security and need to maintain the need of any law enforcement? >> i think judge collyer is a
very common sense judge. i think what she is saying is a couple of things. remember, as you well know, and by the way, you and sarah are doing tremendous of work getting on top of this, it's only two weeks old, but what judge collyer seems to be saying, openness and transparency are the hallmarks of our justice system. the fisa court is an exception, only since 1978. judge collyer and every judge on that court cannot allow that c court to be politicized, number one, and cannot allow that court to be a forum for either misleading evidence or the omission of critically important evidence in their decision-making process because, as bad as that kind of thing is, and our regular judicial process, and a secret court like fisa where we don't see the light of day, we don't have public access to it, it is a much greater danger. >> sean: go ahead. >> i'm just about finished. judge collyer cannot allow that
to happen. she sang after all, the justice department, the executive branch, made the application. we've told you, she said for some time now, not just in this case, that you are not restricted in terms of turning this over to congress. >> sean: this is new to me in the sense that we can get the application before the american people? sara, let me go back to you. i like to see that application. i'd like to see the footnote that said it may have some political connection. we know now everybody knew clinton bought and paid for it. we know that nobody verified it, and we know that they went to a fisa judge because they wanted all of that information and they caught what they wanted, spying on an opposition party candidate, in the weeks leading up to an election, and for an entire year thereafter. how-- do you lie to a fisa judge or't any judge? >> well, you can't. the american people deserve to
see the facts. this is why judge collyer, she is a "no" nonsense judge, she wants to make it very clear that they don't object to the fact that the doj can share these documents with the committee. not only that, sean, there is a central fourth amendment issue here at stake. it iss i will write, our rights under the fourth amendment, and they are saying if those rights were violated, this should be thoroughly investigated. call a special counsel. call the prosecutor. but investigate this because this really is the biggest stor story. >> perjury, abuse of power, obstruction of justice, fraud, and conspiracy to med fraud and false and misleading statements. those are six felony statutes that appear toor have been violated by officials of the department of justice and the fbi. it demands a second special counsel to prosecute if the evidence is there.
>> sean: david, is this the biggest abuse of power, corruption case you have seen in your lifetime clock? i certainly believe in mind. >> we don't know yet. >> sean: let me focus in on one thing prayed on the very specific issue, purposely withholding information, lying a judge, lying by omission, whatever you want to say. >> god forbid anybody should get away with that, we don't have a country that operates with a secret court system, with misleading evidence coming to judges. the very sensitive work that this court does, can you imagine section 702 application with misleading evidence? as sara said to -- >> sean: they did it for power. they did it for power. that's what makes this so corrupt. i got to let you all go. you all have been amazing. great work today, sara. you are writing a book and all of us. we will update people soon. david, thank you. when we come back, and anthony scaramucci, geraldo rivera,
see how you can save by adding xfinity mobile to your internet. plus, save even more when you sign up for internet, tv and voice together. click, call, or visit an xfinity store today. ♪ >> sean: all right, big news tonight about a staffing change at the white house in terms of >> sean: big news about a staffing change at the white house. in terms of communication director hope hicks, she is stepping down. here are the very latest, fox news chief national correspondent ed henry. i want to remind our audience, i was there when it was hope and corey lewandowski. and that was -- and the president -- and that was the team in the beginning. i know the media has been unmerciful to her. i watched up close how hard she worked and did an amazing job. >> what you were mentioning as well, it's hard getting back to the campaign, she's been deeplys been there from the beginning, a remarkable climb for someone who was quite
young but at the age of just 29 years old, became very influential around here. in fact, we are being told that after this story broke this afternoon, hope hicks was seen crying, as were others on the communication team, a sign of how well-liked she is around the west wing. also, how abrupt and unexpected this was. she was critical to the president getting that tax cut through, leading the messaging for that, one reason why the president put out a glowing statement raising her three years at his side, dating back to vet campaign, remember, there's been controversy recently. she received negative publicity whenen her boyfriend at the tim, white houseef aide rob porter, left after accusations he had abused her her, left on my ex-wives. then she spent several hours, nine, testifying behind closed doors to the house intelligence committee about russia and tooks heat today after it was revealed she had told whiteflies for the president, though there is at least one republican lawmaker tonight saying that is such a minor thing that this whole
house russia probe should be shut down. nonetheless, top advisors told me thiso exit has nothing to do with yesterday's intelligence testimony and that hicks had recently signaled should be leaving soon and what is going on is that chief of staff john kelly is trying to consolidate power, even though he put out a statement declaring hicks has it served country with "great distinction." this comes amid indications that kelly may also be trying to ease out senior advisor and presidential son-in-law o jared kushner after a series of leaks about his security clearance problems, in fact, bloomberg has a breaking news story tonight suggesting that more than 30 white house aides lost their top secret clearances, sean. >> sean: ed henry at the t white house. as always, we appreciate it. running is not, former white house u communications director, founder of skybridge capital, anthony scaramucci. and fox news correspondent at large. geraldo rivera. the media -- they were so cruel to her.
as it relates to -- she's dating somebody, it's none of their business, number one, and she admits she told a white lie. this is what a white light yes. the president would love to do the interview -- is a nice way of saying no.or or you look great when you don't think the person looks great. >> tell me a person in the world that has not told a white lie. that would be a ridiculous statement. the real thing about this -- >> sean: and the media lies every day. >> they like rollingy people lie hope and broken glass to see if she will break. she's a wonderful person. i will tell you, she is one of the least malicious people i've ever met in my life. she's dedicated, she is charming she's thoughtful. at the end of the day, she will have an unbelievable career, sean. >> sean: she's already 29 -- >> hope, if you are watching, my agent wants to represent you. >> sean: she can work at the fox news channel.
>> anything you want.al he's an all-star hollywood agent. my point. is that this woman is an entrepreneur, but what the president did, starting with her and corey lewandowski, and his children to where he is today. she deserves all the respect and love and support and kindness. >> sean: geraldo, i was there. it was her and corey love and our -- will, president trump willll wear out a lot of peoplee whole time, was there the whole time, and what is so unbelievable to me -- geraldo, you don't want to tell somebody we are never giving you the interview? we'll try. isn't that what a white lie is? the media has blown that up into something that it never was or getting into a personal life and cameras are following her to her apartment, to her taxi cab, it is pretty despicable how they
have treated her. >> they cut her up like muggers, sean. nobody is indispensable in the white house except for the president, with the possible exception of the chief of staff john kelly. but hope hicks comes as close as they come. she was a trusted, loyal friend. you when i know about loyalty, we know about friendship, we know about trust. the president could trust her. he distrusted her for three years. she hasas taken this from the candidate, the long shot candidate, the buckaroo, the wild maverick, helped mold him into the candidate that he became,pr to win the presidency, and then in the first year in office, she has been a key aide. she's been by his side. but she has been whittled down, she's been worn down, and i think the house intelligence committee and how they dealt with her, and how they slandered her, that is coming on the heels, moved mentioned, the rob porter thing.
she's helped draft the statement about the donald trump jr.er meeting at trump tower. she's very young, she's been very effective and loyal. she will be sorely missed. i lament this. this is bad news. you know, mercedes schlapp, we know her, she was with fox news for many h years, she's the white house director of strategic communication, she would be a replacement that i could endorse. but i think there is no doubt that hope hicks will be missed, sean. >> sean: anthony, i agree that you will be missed. geraldo is also right. it's the president. >> vice president pence is way more indispensable than, say, chief of staff kelly. these guys should start appointing people like -- and start doing the job. >> sean: i don't get the hold up acrosss the board. i agree with you. >> grenell, this is the german country, the third, fourth largest economy, why don't we
have an ambassador there? there is a lot of -- >> sean: i think we sent geraldo. geraldo? >> i've got another abbasid or ship. >> i will sell you are reince priebus wanted to send me, antarctica. [laughter] >> spanish harlem. >> so far we are doing okay with the penguins. >> sean: i think geraldo would be good in antarctica or anywhere, he would find a way to have a police siren behind him as he reports. i know him. i love you both. >> puerto ricans don't go well and antarctica. >> hope hicks, we can't overlook that she was remarkable for her age. she was a steady presence. i don't know -- i can't speak for other reporters but she was my lifeline to the president, what i needed to speak to the president or he wanted to be with the president, like the mar-a-lago meeting. >> sean: she was everyone's lifeline. the president would actually --
>> sean: there is hope with four phones and that iste how se operated, an amazing testament to her. media is so corrupt and abusive to so many women in this administration. we'll call him out on it. good to see you. when. we come back, the gun controlol debate is heating up. i will explain to you in a mini monologue bygones and more of them are the answer, not the problem. michellet malcolm, straight ahead. ♪ my name is jeff sheldon, and i'm the founder of ugmonk. before shipstation it was crazy. it's great when you see
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guns are not the problem. but they can be a part of the solution. and that is tonight's mini monologue. ♪ >> sean: the president started today's meeting by highlighting such a very important point, so often overlooked, about mass shootings. watch this. >> 98% of all mass public shootings of the united states since 1950 have taken place in gun free zones. it's terrible. you've got to have defense come too. you can't just be sitting ducks. that is exactly what we've allowed people in these buildings and schools to be. >> sean: the president is so right. the vast majority of these mass shootings occur inside of soft targets. this was due on february 14th. no gun free zones, they call them, like most schools in america, stoneman douglas is a gun free zone with a one armed resource officer on duty who clearly was not up to the task of really defending students and
teachers from an armed lunatic. i said this over and overr agai. utilize highly trained, armed former military personnel, police officer, concealed carry, guard our schools, complete, thorough threat assessments, and literally, provide the kidshe wh ids, when in trouble or doubt, use mental attractors, what dohe we need the people on the ground to provide a quick, effective response to any threat that might arise. a put one retired military police guy on every floor. we have armed personnel at the u.s. capitol. we have them at the white house. we have them at airports. we have them at banks. we have them it truly restores. we have them at sports stadiums. almost every commercial building in new york city. by the way, you'd think the oscars, the academy awards sunday night is going to be a gun free zone? i doubt it. so why should our school children not have the samens
protection. unfortunately instead of addressing this problem and protecting our kids, you got money feigning outrage, predictable comments by all the lawmakers. they want to big government bureaucratic response that would also step on your rights to keep and bearar arms. >> there is no other issue out there in the american public today like background checks.ch 97% of americans want universal background checks. >> d and so, does doing somethig on its back on issue, you think that is -- i would like to add some of these other things to talk about, making a major difference. >> a bipartisan bill, which is prevents her from the last couple of decades, federal agencies from researching gun violence. >> we canve do universal background checks, and in increase the age to 21. >> sean: may be these have already forgotten the complete and utter failure of the
bureaucracy. in this case, the fbi, the disaster that is the broward county sheriff's department, they received dozens of prior warnings about the stoneman douglas shooter. nothing happened. people heard something, said something, and they never stopped this guy. bureaucracy is not the solution. taking away people second amendment rights, not the solution, when, sadly, they were pushing for government solutione for the democrats were proposing limits on the second amendment. don't believe me? listen to them in their own words. >> what i watched and seen as the development of weapons that i never thought would leave the battlefield, that are out on our streets, and the latest and newest, mr. chairman, is the ar-15. what do we do about weapons of war easily accessible on our streets? >> the majority people in this country now understand that there are limitations on the second amendment. you cannot own an automatic weapon. you cannot own a a bazooka.
there is no reason to continue to sell to people a weapon of war like this. >> sean:le let me be clear.o allowing the federal government to place limits on our right tos self-defense from threats foreign and domestic is not going to result in a safer society. moreover, it does nothing to increase school security, it does nothing to protect our kids from deranged criminals who do not care about the law. i have no doubt the democrats, pro-government, antigun arguments were well-intentioned. i don't question their intentions., i assume they want americans to be safe. but i have a warning. the road to hell waswi paved wih good intentions. here now, someone calling on the broward county sheriff's office to release the footage of their response during the stoneman douglas shooting, a host of "michelle malkin investigates," michelle malkin. we saw 9/11, cops going up, whea they knew what could potentially
befallhe them, as everyone elses racing down. ii never in my life heard of one cop that in a situation like that, stayed outside. but you have four tells me this hard to be protocol. that is my belief. thoughts? >> yes. that isin why i think releasing that video of the exterior cameras is so important. there are three media outlets that are now filing lawsuits under the open records act in florida. i absolutely support their efforts to dislodge the video that the sheriffs office and the school superintendent, the district, want to keep secret. they are hiding behind broad, overbroad, exemptions for public disclosure, because they don't really's care about public safe. that is clear from their action or rather their inaction. what they cares about preserving their own reputations. and their jobs. some of these excuses, sean, for wanting to keep this hidden, and a black box, these videos are
that -- it would endanger the school security plan. well, they are already demolishing building 12 where those cameras weree fixed. that is a specious argument. they are also saying there is an open internal affairs investigation and an active criminal investigation, while it was broward cower to sheriff israel, who disclosed what was on those videos, or so he claims, and the first place. he said, "this is information that people need to know. why should we trust him, given hiss fecklessness and his grandstanding. ever since the massacre. why should we trust him to describe what is on the video when we know that he, through this deputy scott peterson and the bus, and scott peterson has given public statements disputing what sheriff israel has said. this should be released tomorro tomorrow. it is in the public interest. >> sean: 39 times they watch this kids house. he couldn't bring a backpack to
school. two specific fbi warnings, and a screenshot that he wants to be a professional school shooter. is there anything else we need before we start talking about a taking away peoples second amendment rights and if we had security, armed security, retired military police, i would prefer them there. ifif i'm in a building that hasn active shooter. >> a couple of points. i'm in colorado, and we have experienced several of these massacres. columbine, the aurora theater, and i got a high school senior who has a campus where there are armed guards. after newtown, i interviewed and highlighted the example of volunteer veterans and retired law enforcement officers, exactly what you talked about in your mini monologue, sean, who are part of a sheriff's posse, and places like custer county. people who are professional, who
are trained, and who care about the kids in their backyard. this raises one of the most fundamental and basic points. changege start in your backyardr there is something rotten in broward county, and both the sheriff's office on the school district. i highlighted it on my blog. a state grand jury report from several a years ago that talks about "the culture of malfeasance, -- >> sean: 66 -- i got to run because of the constraints of timet but let me say this. we can even have these people do it for free. retired military police. i no income tax if you contribute 15-20 hours per week. none. if you don't pay any taxes at all. how about that? that will hardly be noticed. michelle, thank you. when we come back, hillary clinton's hypocritical russian feigned outrage. really? dr. gorka, larry elder, next. ♪
>> sean: earlier today >> sean: earlier today, hillary clinton have the audacity to accuse president trump of ignoring the cyber security threat posed by russia.ri okay, twice failed presidential candidate warning "the russians are still coming." here are three auction, news national security strategist sebastian gorka. national syndicated radio talk show host larry elder. where do i begin, gorka? the dossier, uranium one, reset? >> you have to laugh because otherwise you get really, really angry. there is no other secretary of state that this nation has ever had since 1776 that has done more damage to this country. uranium one, fisa gate, the fact that she had a server that was illegal, that had classified information on it, that u.s.
officials have said is absolutely habitable by nation-states including russia.w i really, really think that this woman needs to get off social media, get off twitter, and find a lawyer who is better than the lawyer she used to buy that russian propaganda to get that illegal surveillance warrant against carter page. >> sean: larry? >> sean, between russian meddling in the corrosive effect of the left-wing media, the left-wing media has a lot more to answer to you. there was an experiment on by a professor who wrotero a book called "left turn," he wanted to find what kind of affect the left media has on people who think come avoid. people who -- those that have a liberal newspaper offered a free subscription to the conservative newspaper and let's find out how this affects how people vote. in both cases, puked on my peoplebe shifted. the people got the liberal
newspaper started voting so much more liberal larry. the people who got the conservative newspaper, start devoting a lot more conservatively. he concludedot that if people gt their news in a fair and balanced way, half liberal, half conservative, the average date would vote like texas toast, eight to ten points in favor of republicans. that is in the corrosive effect of the left wing media. remember, in the indictment of the 13 russians, the conclusion was the modeling had no effect on our electorate. imagine the effect of our left-wing media. corrosive, far more powerful, far more damaging. >> sean: such a good point. dr. gorka, respond to that. when you think of all that they ignore, ity is so profound, how they cover for their ideology. it is so pervasive. >> just look at the last 13 months, sean. what has this president done with regards to russia? he's alleged to be in the pocket of vladimir putin, but what i see john? with the unleashing of oile
production the xl pipeline, the fracking, he is destroying russia has a stranglehold on gas and oil. with nato finally come after 30 years, saying, we will pay for our own defense and meet those 2% gdp targets. he's brought the alliance back together. he saying we will armed the ukrainians. he's doing the opposite of what hillary and obama did, who rolled over her -- rolled over -- when russia invaded the ukraine.uk >> sean: larry, the final word word. >> don't forget how they threw the czech republic and the poles under the bus because they didn't like the deal that george w. bush negotiated. let's not forget all of that. trump is too cozy to putin? give me a break. >> sean: while side. right on target. thank you both. when we come back, a video of the day you will love and a hannity hotline that will entertain you, straight ahead. ♪ you won't see these folks at the post office
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♪ >> sean: a time >> sean: time for the video of the day. it is a site you don't see very often. t a deer running few districts in louisville, kentucky, making ain splash. watch it.. it jumps off a guard rail, falls into the ohio river. the deer was fine. and there's a happy ending, it swam away. wow. pretty amazing. time for you to hitit me with yr best shot, the hannity hotline. e doing fantastic work, but by are you chewing your pen up so much? >> you've got to do stop saying, "you, the american people." i have a drinking game, every time you say, "you, the american people," i have to take two shots. i can't stay up >> sean: you should be happy, you get an extra drink every time i say "you, the american people." i actually don't chew my pen. i don't know why i do these
things. thanks for pointing it all out. there is a number on your screen, 877-225-8587. we are not the destroy trump media, always fair and balanced. let not your heart be troubled. here is laura! t's like this. seriously, you can't do it? i thought you said you were athletic. >> laura: oh, my gosh. i will be due at any sport any time. you know it is called obsessive-compulsive. >> sean: i can actually do all this at one time. >> laura: are we still doing the foam football or had we graduated? >> sean: tomorrow is the "ingraham hotline." call the number and talk about ingraham and don't suck up to her. >> laura: i have to say something, i watched you and michelle tonight and i completely agree that they have to release those videotapes. thatig