>> tucker: tomorrow morning. thanks, great to see you. that's it for us tonight. tune in every night at 8:00. at 9:00, sean hannity, from new york city is on. b >> sean: i will say hi to both of you. the president is on i "fox & friends" tomorrow. i want the big interview. congratulations to both of you. i want to be in the friend zone, tucker. >> tucker: any time. >> sean: all right. welcome to "hannity." tonight the deep state is crumbling before our eyes. moments ago catherine herridge broke major news. sources claiming fired fbi director james comey may have now in fact leaked his private memos detailing meetings with president trump to multiple individuals. this is a new revelation that could land james comey in serious legal jeopardy. even cnn's chief legal analyst, a liberal, is saying the former career bureaucrat could be in major legal trouble. of course this does note stop comey from having a huge, big, boozy book party.
i guess my invitation got lost in the mail. also tonight, judicial watch, they have released 281 pages brand-new, newly uncovered emails from hillary clinton's private server. yes, it includes some classified information. totally redacted. why haven't we gotten these sooner? we will reveal the contents of those emails in moments. get ready. it's going to make your blood boil.. also the president is getting some very public enthusiastic praise from one of america's most iconic rappers, kanye west. we will give you the latest from his glowing endorsement of the president. this story will blow you away. it's amazing. cnn's trump hating fake news reporter jim acosta has covertly got off the rails.ru we have the take. we are currently awaiting, this hour, could happen any minute, from the justice department, new missing text messages from fbi lovebirds peter strzok and lisa page. we will bring them to you soon as we get them. first, time for tonight's
breaking news opening monologue. ♪ tonight we start with explosive news from catherine herridge, the memos jim comey lead to them media that became the catalyst, his desire for the appointment of special counsel robert mueller. they were more widely shared than he previously disclosed. last year comey told congress that he leaked this memo to his friend, professor daniel richman of columbiae university. tonight sources are revealing comey's current lawyer, longtime friend patrick fitzgerald, you remember the scooter libby case, he was also given this potentially classified information.n. these documents. and sources are also claiming that comey may have leaked the memos to yet another unnamed individual. moments ago here's how james comey tried to explain these leaks he never told us about before. >> i sent one memo, unclassified, still t unclassified, to my friend dan
richman. asked him to get the substance of it to the media.to separately, i wrote a bunch of memos about my interactions with president trump and i was what was called an original classification authority at the fbi, meaning i had the training and authority to make decisions about what should be classified, what shouldn't.he some of these memos i decided should be classified. for others, i wrote them, and i was confident they should not be classified. those four, i kept a copy at the fbi and in my personal safe at home.t after i was fired, i put together a legal team of three people, one of whom was professor dan richman at columbia university. after i asked him to give this information to the media, i gave my legal team four memos that were unclassified. i see no credible claim by any violated the law. >> sean: it is like obama saying no serious person thing russia could ever have tampering in our elections.hi
contrary to what comey said, we will have multiple credible individuals including joe digenova shining light on comey's misdeeds. cnn went on to press comey about his potentially illegal leaking. amazing. watch this. >> you did leak memos.al is it okay for somebody at the fbi to leak something, an internal document, even if it's not classified? isn't that leaking? >> there is a whole lot wrong with your question, anderson. i didn't leak memos. i asked a friend to communicate the substance.co can i finish for a second? one unclassified memo to the media. i was a private citizen. i was not in fbi employee. >> it was a document you had written while you were fbi director.ye that is elite. if you tell somebody, don't give them the document but tell them what's in it, it is still ahe leak. >> not to get tangled up, i think of a leak as an unauthorized disclosure of a unclassified document.
>> sean: has anderson been watching this show? remember in june of last year, james comey made no mention of this during his testimony before congress. take a look. >> did you show copies of your memos to anyone outside of the department of justice? >> yes. >> to whom did you show copies? >> i asked -- the president tweeted friday after i got fired that i better hope there is not tapes. i woke up in the middle of the night on monday night because it didn't dawn on me originally that there might be corroboration for our conversation. there might be a tape. my judgment was i needed to get that out into the public square, so i asked a friend of mind to share the content of the memo with a reporter. i didn't do it myself for a variety of reasons, but i asked him to because i thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. so i asked a close friend of mine to do it. >> was it mr. wittes? >> no. >> who was it? >> a good friend of mine who was a professor at columbia law school. >> sean: he was under oath.
that means even more jeopardy for james comey tonight. what is james comey withholding information from congress? that he lie by omission? new revelations surrounding with whether the fired fbi director acted in an unethical and potentially illegal way after he was fired.ac tonight we can confirm that the office for the inspector general is investigating jim comey, the disgraced former fbi director. for months on this program, we have been predicting that jim comey could well in fact be facing serious legal consequences. earlier this week the president weighed in. he wrote, "james comey illegally leaked classified documents to the press in order to generate a special counsel. therefore the special counsel that was established based on an illegal act.el really? does everybody know what that means?"n even cnn's top liberal legal analyst, he is weighing in. even he acknowledges this is not looking good for jim comey.
>> what is the president implying? >> what he is saying is that when james comey took those memos that recounted his conversations with the president and gave them to professor dan richman at columbia university, that was an illegal leak, especially since he knew richman was going to give it to the press. >> are notes about a conversation with the presidenth taken by a private citizen, are they classified? >> they may or may not be. in fact, when theif administration, or congress released those, some versions of those memos, some were blacked out. i think james comey actually ise in a pretty vulnerable position. just because something is not marked classified doesn't mean that after the fact it couldn't be retroactively designated classified. i think comey may really have a problem there. >> sean: may have a problem. potential legal jeopardy not
stopping comey from living it up, cashing in on his newfound fame and fortune, the trump hating former fbi director threw himself a big party in washington, d.c., an appropriate venue considering many of the guests were from the mainstream media. let's hope james comey made a good impression. we know the book tour and the media blitz is one big tryout for comey's future career, if he wants one, as a pundit on conspiracy tv, msnbc or fake news cnn. one more breaking story. fox news has learned that former new york city mayor rudy giuliani has now taken over discussions with the special counsel robert mueller about a possible interview with the president. rudy giuliani put out abl statement that reads in part, "the president has produced 1.2 million documents. that is historically unprecedented. we believe it presents overwhelming proof that the president did not collude with regard to the 2016 election." that's where it was supposed to start.
according to sources, the t president is open to speaking with robert mueller and wrapping up the investigation. we are going to analyze the developments later in the show. my advice: until andrew weissmann and othern anti-trump agenda-driven investigators are fired, no way donald trump should do that interview. andrew weissmann, described by "the new york times" as mueller's pit bull. he withheld exculpatory evidence multiple times, several high-profile convictions, overturned on appeal. but not before ruining the lives of tens of thousands of people especially at andersen accounting. now we turn to another major breaking story. judicial watch tonight has released hundreds of pages, brand-new for the first time unearthed emails from hillary clinton's illicit email server. why did it take this long? how is it possible hillary clinton was not charged with mishandling classified information because some of the new email show they were classified.fi
we know clinton's server was likely hacked by multiple foreign governments, and now multiple uncovered emails tonight contain information so n sensitive and classified, they were totally redacted. including this email exchange between prime minister tonyte blair, clinton, and other state department officials entitled "mideast peace." another completely redacted email. in this document, even the recipients were removed. the title of the email was "plan." other emails reveal some pretty damning evidence that the clinton state department was in fact actively colluding with the clinton foundation and the clintons' constant obsessive moneymaking schemes. in one disturbing email, a campaign official retrieved a request for, in 2010, asking for advice how to get through to bill clinton about big money offered to speak abroad. was it russia? where was it? t the email was forwarded to a state department employee and even huma abedin herself. during hillary clinton's time
when she was secretary of state. remember kristian saucier? the navy sailor recentlywh pardoned by president trump only after he was forced to spend time in jail, sentenced to a year in jail for mishandling six pictures he was proud of because he worked inside a u.s. submarine. hillary clinton is mishandling top secret emails. this new release only accounts for a couple of hundred emails. where's the 33,000 she deleted and acid washed and had devices beaten up with hammers. now the clintons really want usd to believe foreign entities didn't use the foundation to influence a sitting secretary of state? millions of dollars? we are going to get back to these almost unbelievable discoveries. tom fitton of judicial watch is here. t first it's a new political landscape in america. famed rapper, fashion designer kanye west has issued a very glowing endorsement of
president trump. he took to twitter, telling his millions of twitter followers: "you don't have to agree withis trump but the mob can't make me not love him. we are both dragon energy. he is my brother. i love everyone. i don't agree with everything anyone does. that's what makes us individuals. and we have the right to independent thought." kanye west posted a picture of himself wearing a make america great again hat. driving liberals on social media totally insane tonight. get this. kanye is slamming former president obama for his utter failure in the former president's own hometown of chicago, writing "obama was in office for eight years and nothing in chicago changed." kanye west is absolutely right. we talked about this a lot. under the obama administration, nearly 4,000 people were murdered on the streets of chicago. his own town. obama barely mentioned it, did nothing. this was american lives, american treasure lost, tragedy, travesty.
this all started after kanye west publicly stood up for a black conservative, a woman that we had on the program this week, candace owens, after many on the left slammed her remarks at ucla. take a look at this. >> what's happening right now in the black community, you're going to hear it first. there is an ideological civil war happening. black people focused on their past and shouting about slavery. black people focused on their future. victim mentality is not cool. i don't know why people like being oppressed. "i love oppression." it's the weirdest thing i've ever heard. jim crow, none of you lived through. it's embarrassing that you utilize theire history. you utilized their history, you utilized their history and come in here with more emotion than they ever had when they were living through it. it's embarrassing. you are not living through anything right now. you are overly privileged americans. >> sean: amazing moment. a star is born.
stand for freedom of thought and freedom of expression, we should all support this. as cnn, you have your professional trump hater, so-called journalist jim acosta. he's doing the exact opposite. going completely off the rails.t claiming that americans could be inspired by trump's rhetoric, calling out liberal media bias and actually commit acts of violence against the president,t against the press. does he not remember madonna'sre remarks about desiring and dreaming of blowing up the white house? or the severed head or any other instances and the anthrax scare? watch this. >> the problem is people around the country don't know it's an act. they are not in on the act. they take what he says very seriously, and they take attacks from sean spicer and sarah sanders and what they do on a daily basis very seriously. they don't have all their faculties. in some cases, their elevator might not hit all floors. my concern is that a journalist is going to be hurt one of these days. someone is going to get hurt. at that point, the white house,
president of the united states, they're going to have to take a hard look in the mirror and ask themselves whether or not they played a role in this. >> sean: how many threats against the president? who talks about blowing up the white house?hr putting up severed heads as a joke. we have known for some time that jim acosta lives in a paranoid anti-trump state of delusion. some call it trump derangement syndrome. jim acosta and his friends in the fake news media, they need to wake up. president trump is not the source of all of your problems. to complain that his honest o discussion about the state of the media in this country is going to incite violence, that's a step too far and patently, frankly absurd. joining us now, former u.s. attorney joe digenova. full disclosure, he has donefr legal work for me in the past and full disclosure. i have to tell it h all. he actually came to my radio christmas party. i think this is a trump tie i have on tonight. welcome to the program, sir. >> nice to be with you again.
[laughs] >> sean: good to have you. let's talk about jim comey. let's talk about -- is he in legal jeopardy? >> the dirty cop is in deep trouble. not only because he was engaged in a conspiracy to illegally exonerate hillary clinton and then frame donald trump and trump associates with crimes. he has disclosed illegally classified information to people who were unauthorized to receive it. mr. richman, patrick fitzgerald. patrick fitzgerald receiving classified information isvi particularly rich given his role in the framing of scooter libby for a nonexistent crime. i think mr. comey's troubles and his 15 page memorandum which were a lengthy suicide note,s committing suicide publicly every day. >> sean: we warned him. i have a problem. i know new york city
mayor rudy giuliani, he's been a frequent guest on the program. i was here in new york when he transformed and saved the city. he is saying, there's reports he's reopened negotiations about a possible discussion between mueller and trump. as long as andrew weissmann, with his background and all. these democratic donors, i don't trust mueller and his team. >> i don't think you are wrong. i think the search of michael cohen's office in new york was an act of terror committed illegally by people in the justice department. mueller knew it was going to happen. rosenstein authorized it. it was an outrageous act against the attorney-client privilege. it never should've been done. it was done to intimidate the president and others.d' it was done in bad faith and because it was done in bad faith by mueller and others, i don't believe under any circumstances can you trust mueller and the people around him to do aa good faith interview. i would reject the interview out
of hand. >> sean: do you think, all these criminal referrals from congress, the inspector general, now james comey. a how many people do you think are in legal jeopardy in all of this?, >> quite a few, i think john brennan, clapper, rice, rhodes all involved in the illegal unmasking and the unmasked names. ms. powers from thell united nations. i think mr. comey clearly, mccabe is in deep trouble. i think page and strzok are cooperating so they are probably not in legal trouble. i think a lot of people at the highest levels of the justice department under obama are in very serious legal trouble. >> sean: joe digenova, thank you.io thank you for coming to my christmas party. great to see you. here with more reaction is the house intel committee chairman, california congressman devin nunes. freedom caucus chairman, north carolina congressman mark meadows. neither were invited to my christmas party. and i apologize for that
in retrospect. i've been hearing all night, a lot and all day yesterday that there is a possibility that the strzok-page memos were handed over to the state department last week. we haven't had them revealed. congressman meadows, have you heard that? >> really what we do know, sean, is there is another tranche of peter strzok, lisa page text messages that actually have beee vetted by the doj. we are waiting on the inspector general to release those. he gave that release on friday. we have been expecting those documents each and every day. as of tonight, as of right now, we don't have those. we have let our displeasure be known to the doj officials. hopefully we will receive those tomorrow. >> sean: why don't we get the whole batch? i don't understand the slow roll. congressman nunes, i have to give you credit.ma it always comes to a crisis and
then rod rosenstein, at the last second, for whatever reason, he he will finally hand it over. after he begged paul ryan not to hand over what will became the nunes memo. you said to maria bartiromo this weekend that there was no intelligence, none, as the basiw for the start of the russian probe? >> let me start by saying, to mark's point, they shouldn't wait. they need to enforce the subpoenas immediately. mr. gowdy and mr. goodlatte. you wait and wait and wait and pretty soon there will be an election and i think the department of justice and fbi are banking on democrats taking over so that all these investigations can be shutas do. as it relates to what i said over the weekend, it remains true. we have not seen any intelligence, credible intelligence that started this investigation. it's why we are investigating the state department for a number of reasons.
>> sean: let me ask you, is it going to take a contempt order from -- are they going to be held in contempt of the justice department? i agree with the analysis. it seems trying to push this to 2018, see if democrats get control. >> i think one of the things, chairman nunes has done an unbelievable job, not only investigating this but keeping the pressure on. it's not unless that pressure is felt by doj officials that they actually produce anything. i've been on the phone most of the day with them. i don't understand why it's taking such unbelievable herculean efforts to get them to do that. we notified the white house as well. this president's doj, why are they not producing documents anh let us do our oversight? >> sean: congressman nunes, your thoughts on what it's going to take? >> i do think we are at the point where congress has to exercise its full authority. immediate subpoenas, immediate
contempt. if you have to move to impeachment, do that. as mark just said, as mr. meadows just said, i do believe that the president at this point should step in, should take his authority as the executive officer of this country, and make sure that the united states congress has provided all of the documentation immediately. that's only because,s just look at all of the examples that are out there that go back a year and a half now that we were stalled on. tonight you broke news again,lff it's true that mr. richman was an employee of the fbi, that's n something we had no idea. we did not know that. don't you think we should have known that since we've been investigating it for a year and a half? >> sean: i have to run. up to three people may have gotten this information?ow t i want to thank you both because you are fighting for theeo truth and i know you both have taken a lot of heat for it. the american people deserve it. thank you all for being with us. congressman meadows, congressman devin nunes. when we come back, tom fitton.
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>> sean: joining us now with more reaction to tonight's opening monologue, judicial watch tom fitton. sara carter, gregg jarrett. tom, we are still missing 33,000 emails. this is a couple hundred. there was classified information. i know judicial watch works very hard. freedom of information act. what did you find? >> it's a new batch of emails from the emails james comey's fbi recovered, from the emails hillary clinton tried to delete or hide. this is the batch hillary clinton and her lawyers didn't want anyone to see and they include ten classified emails
about middle eastern policy, communications with anthony blair, and top officials at the state department about middle eastern peace. it's further indication and further demonstration of a massive violation of national security laws related to mishandling classified information that hillary clinton knowingly engaged in. we are spending all his time any money targeting donald trump on really nothing and in the meantime, hillary clinton has walked away scot-free despite time after time of new information coming out showing she engaged in criminal conduct. this justice department, they've got to decide whether they're going to let james comey have the last word or whether hillary clinton did anything wrong or not. >> sean: gregg jarrett, i know you've been writing a book, and your office is two doors down for mine. i would like you to tell the title but then i want you -- we are back again. i feel like i'm getting a law education from you. 18 usc 793 and now it's applicable to james comey tonight. >> absolutely is.
the name of the book is called "the russian hoax:ni the illicit scheme to clear hillary clinton and frame donald trump." one of the things that'sha interesting that we are learning about today is that comey appears to have committed a felony by misleading congress, a material omission because comey was asked about leaking the material to daniel richman. he didn't disclose that richman was an fbi employee. he didn't disclose that he also gave it to patrick fitzgerald. by the way, the fbi has gone to both of those gentlemen's offices to do what's called aas spillage cleanup to contain the wrongful leak by comey. the other thing, and comey's comments you played tonight, heg seems to be overlooking the fact that he stole government documents. 18 usc 641. the moment he took those presidential memos out of the fbi building and took them home, doesn't matter if it's in his safe.
it's an unauthorized place. he was stealing government documents, which is a felony. >> sean: all four of us have been way ahead of the curve. i was joking tonight that it sounds like with a couple questions anderson cooper asked james comey, he might've actually been watching the show and not telling anybody because they have been on the wrong path for a long time over there. but you know, sara, we are waiting the strzok-page memos. i want comments on that and this.. andrew mccabe is in trouble. james comey is in trouble. strzok and page are in trouble.s hillary clinton is in trouble. i mean, this goes to, and i do believe clapper and brennan. i want to find out what they knew, when they knew it, and the leaking of raw intelligence and surveillance and unmasking. we are at the tip of the iceberg and it's now happening. >> we are at the tip of the iceberg because we know that the inspector general has another report coming out in may. that report will detail how thea fbi handled, mishandled the
clinton investigation and let's go to the strzok and page text messages. why is it that congress has to make threats, threats of contempt in order to get these documents?ea they have been looking at these documents for some time now. turn them over to congress. let the american people see what they have. what the department of justice has. i know i have repeatedly called the department of justice today. i received no call back, no information whatsoever as to why they have not turned this over. i know the congressional members say they are expecting to get them tomorrow. there's also a lot of concern here with comey. comey can try to backtrack and make these excuses but he did take fbi property out of the fbi.ng another issue that comey is really going to have to deal w with is, like, if he believes that his discussions with the president were uncomfortable, were obstruction, why didn't he tell congress this when he spoke to them on may 3? why all the runaround? why the leaking?
>> sean: again we are back back to lying by omission. sort of with the fisa court application. they knew they didn't verify it and they knew they handed it over, they handed over something that was something more than politically tainted. it was an opposition party candidate. i want to ask all of you the same question. we will start with tom.at who, based on where we are tonight -- we know now comey is lawyered up. who all should be lawyered up tonight? tom fitton. >> andrew mccabe obviously. this a referral pending now with the u.s. attorney for the district of columbia. that could come at any time. mr. comey, i would stop giving interviews if i were mr. comey at this point. the ig is investigating him, and we already know -- >> sean: we have to go quick. >> the prosecutors are waiting. comey and mccabe faced significant criminal liability. >> it is comey and he knows he's in trouble because he hired the two people he leaked government documents to so that he could invoke the attorney-client
privilege and clam up. it was a machiavellian move. he makes j. edgar hoover look like a boy scout. >> attorney-client privilege doesn't seem to be the thing people are respecting. >> sean: apparently. >> lisa page and peter strzok as well and others, even loretta lynch. s bruce ohr. there's going to be a lot of names in the upcoming reports and a lot of people that i think will be lawyering up. >> sean: all right, amazing work. everything that we have been telling everyone for a year, interesting now even othere networks are finally picking up on it. not completely and not by a long stretch but thank you all. great work. can't wait for that book, c gregg jarrett. when we come back, michelle malkin fired up over jim acosta at cnn and his comments insulting the american people. also jesse watters, jessica tarlov. incredible tweeting by kanye west tonight.
♪ >> sean: as we mentioned in the opening monologue, cnn's number one trumpgu hater, so-called journalist jim acosta getting a lot of backlash forle saying this about people who like and listen to the president. >> the problem is is that people around the country don't knoww it's an act. they are not in on the act. they take what he says very seriously, and they take attacks from sean spicer and sarah sanders and what they do to us on a daily basis, very seriously. they don't have all their faculties and in some cases, their elevator might not hit all floors. c my concern is that a journalist is going to be hurt one of these days. somebody is going to get hurt. and at that point, the white house, the president of the united states, they are going to have take a hard look
in the mirror and ask themselves whether or not they played a role in this. >> sean: acosta took to twitter to say he's not talking about trump supporters. really? given his past outlandish anti-trump behavior, should we really believe him? here are a few of his low lights. take a look. >> what we are witnessing right now is this erosion of our freedoms in terms of covering r the president of the united states. that's just a strange and c unpresidential thing to do, to be throwing rolls of paper towels at people.ti the last three news conferences wolf, all the questions for american news media have handled by conservative press. and i think there is no other way to describe it but the fix is in. >> jim, let me ask you a question. >> for people to say -- >> jim, do you believe -- jim, jim. jim. i appreciate your speech. >> i think we saw the president's true colors today and i'm not sure they were red,
white, and blue. >> stormy daniels, why has heth not spoken on stormy daniels? >> worried about what's going to happen to them. mr. president, what about the daca kids? >> thank you very much, everybody. >> just caucasian or white countries, or do you want people to come in from other parts of the world where there are people of color?bo >> sean: joining us now, crtv host michelle malkin. we want to congratulate michelle. one of her episodes was entered into the manhattan film festival, another award.mi congratulations. full disclosure. michelle is a friend. i think we actually had a cookis in the fox green room one day together. >> i'm sure we have. thanks, sean. >> sean: thank you for being with us. madonna talked about dreaming of blowing up the white house.or we have severed heads of the president. we had an anthrax care. the president talks about fakeke
news. jim acosta talks about trump supporters not knowing it's an act, elevator is not going to the top. not red, white, and blue. and giving strong liberal opinions but he says he's alu journalist. >> acosta is truly the textbook definition of deplorable. dim jim is somewhat of a sniveling little schnauzer in the white house press corps. he is somebody who is more interested in building his brand as the fourth estate resistance leader than he is an actually leader than he is in actually reporting real news of which your show tonight and every night has been filled. if the cnn executives wonder why their ratings are in the basement, all they have to do is look at jim acosta's grandstanding and peacocking every single day. i think it's disgusting he would smear trump voters and trump
himself for his criticism of the leftist media. the collusion news network and then try to run and hide from his own comments! it's laughable! >> sean: i wouldn't care if he identified himself and said i am a liberal but i don't act like a reporter. d blowing up the white house. i've never heard president trump say anything like that. severed heads or any of these other anthrax issues, scares to the family and the horrible things said about melania, ivanka. it's just been so over-the-top. i guess my question to you is the media in this country has chosen a side, and yet they are wondering why people don't trust them anymore. you know, how can they possibly trust them? >> they can't. it's a pretense of objectivity and neutrality that has been completely decimated by their own words. let's talk for a second here
about that true climate of hate, the incitement of violence and to add to your list, of course, look, the congressional baseball team is finally reconvening after a shooting that was committed by a bernie sanders volunteer. you know, where's all the panic of the likes of jim acosta and all of his fellow lapdogs in the white house press about the true source of these incitements to violence? they will never look in their own mirror and they won't look at their own ideological side. >> sean: i love my team here on television. they work really, really hard. 195 times in one day. 195 times, this isd. cnn. take a look. >> what was your reaction when you heard the president calledes african nations [bleep]? >> in one way i am proud. i am a proud [bleep]. >> donald trump has turned the oval office into a [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> [bleep].
>> [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> do you have an example of any [bleep] country the president referred to? >> [bleep]. >> [bleep].. >> [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> i never though i'd be saying [bleep] on television. >> sean: it's irredeemablebl deplorables or bitter people in pennsylvania clinging to their god, their guns, bibles, religion. seems to be a contempt for this red part of america, michelle. >> no question about it. i joked with you last week that i called cnn "pnn."ll they are literally on the toilet. >> sean: a i have that montage, too. >> play those montages every night, these fourth estate elitists preen about an incredible, amazing, and
important role in society when all they do is dig holes and dig them deeper and double down when they are exposed. >> sean: so proud of you. congratulations. we really mean it as it relates to another potential award. best of luck. we love having you on. thank you. when we come back, jesse watters, jessica tarlov,v, kanye west's incredible twitter, tweet storm tonight and his friendship with president trump. straight ahead. ♪ ahead. give us the work no one else wants to do. we don't just go against the grain. we grow it. give us the frontiers. the places where success is measured in pushed limits. give us the middle of nowhere. where the only map is your buddies' tread marks. this life? no one's born ready for it. ( ♪ )
and nothing in chicago changed." despite the left demonizing kanye, chance the rapper came out in support of his message, writing, "black people don't have to be democrats." here with reaction, cohost of "the five" and the host of "watters world", we live in it. fox news contributor jessica tarlov. there's a couple things, jessica. i love kim kardashian standing up for her husband, saying he is a freethinker. saying is that not allowed? i love that comment. here's the other thing. all the years of obama's presidency, there were nights. another high profile cases in missouri, and of course trayvon martin, zimmerman in baltimore. they got so much attention. i would scroll the names of all people we have never heard of shot in the streets of chicago, and it should've been declared a national emergency, and we fix it. here's the point. kanye is right.
why does it have to be, why is someone who elects the president, they get viciously attacked by your side? >> i'm not sure that's actually what's going on here.ck i don't think anyone is objecting to the fact that kanye west has the right to have that opinion or chance the rapper has the right to say that all black people don't have to be democrats. we know that. we do know other people pick the party they align with because they are offering the best policies for that particular group. we also know that the murder rate and the violent crime rate -- >> sean: have you seen social media tonight? >> yeah, i have been all over twitter.te >> sean: horrible things. >> horrible things? >> he is being attacked for that opinion and i'm not so sure the democratic policies are helping black people. he said it about chicago right there. under obama, shootings went up,e homicides went up, poverty rates stayed the same. wages were flat. i don't know if that's good. i think what's happening is very clear. kanye west has loosened the grip the democratic party holds on the black vote. they can't afford to lose even 2%. that's how close this election is.
when you have a cultural influencer like kanye west wearing the maga hat, saying he's one of his favorite people, that'sg a cultural tectonic shift. your feet are moving underneathh the floor because it's such a huge deal. kanye said it best when he said to be great is to be misunderstood. kanye has that problem. i have that problem. sean has that problem. donald trump has that problem. >> i would argue i have that problem. just because you're blackla does that mean you have to vote democratic. >> sean: jesse and kanye. >> you, me, and kanye are on the side of love, and jessica is on the side of the mob. o >> i thought you were going to say hate. i do respect individuality.. i think it's completely fine. but i don't think you can go out there and say that this is a
tectonic shift, and my feet are not shaking because of what happened right now with kanye west. a very nice for kim kardashian to defend her husband.at she also said that's not what k she thinks. then he backtracked and said oh, but i also love hillary. i love everybody. the only person i trust implicitly would be myself. it wouldn't be kanye if it wasn't absolutely self-absorbed. if you wanted go beyond chicago, talk about what's going on with the national crime statistics in major cities, you've seen theey murder rate and violent crime rate go down. that's a trend that's been going on -- >> stay on the topic. >> that is the topic. >> hillary clinton is wrong because she said husbands makeke their wives vote for who they want. it's not true in the kim kardashian-kanye west household. kim is her own woman and i respect her for that. >> i do too. >> sean: let me say one thing. as always conservatives, though, me, rush, mark levin defending bill maher. bill, do his credit, defended
laura ingraham. no one defends me or jesse watters, though. >> i defend you. i hang out with you every week. >> sean: what, i didn't hear what you said. >> i said i defend you. i hang out with you every week. >> are we hanging out? >> it feels like this one. >> sean: you are getting close to winning. jesse, you better jump in. >> i got a good one. i am the precipice. i thought you didn't care about celebrity endorsements. that was something for the pathetic left. >> we don't like the celebrity hate. some celebrity comes in with love that kanye west is coming in, we respect that. we respect the individual. we do not respect mob rule. when you have dragon energy like the president and kanye west, i think it may be confusing for some people. he is zigging and zagging. unlearn your linear thinking. open your mind to the possibilities out there. >> sean: the dragon energy comment for jesse. it's his rules. >> vegas rules or whatever they say?
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>> time for vooft day a holdup gone wrong in mexico. on monday as you see here a young man tried to rob a market when he threatened a customer that has a cowboy hat on wait nothing lean. the would be robber is distracted, points his handgun at a woman who has been at the back of the store. that's when the guy in the hat leaps to action. whereofling the suspect's pistol. fight moves off camera and the suspect is going to get away the employee catches him moments before. a local reports the suspect was taken in police custody, i love people that stand up and lific their lives when the guys in the
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