the technodystopia is around the corner. we'll be back monday. we'll see you then. >>welcome to the special edition of "hannity." mueller witchhunt, investigating the investigators. comey might have just been caught in a bold-faced lie. but also tonight we will reveal just how out of control, off the rails this special counsel has now become. and breaking today, mueller suffered what is a major beatdown in court. a federal court accusing the investigation of going way beyond its mandate, as we have
judge. campaign chair manafort's charges goes back 13 years. a u.s. district judge named t.s. ellis iii utterly rebukes the investigation and telling a member of mueller's team, "you don't really care about mr. manafort. you care about information mr. manafort can give you to lead you to mr. trump and an impeachment or whatever." the judge went on to say, "you want manafort to sing." and judge ellis also clamming the scope of mueller's investigation, saying, "we don't want anyone with unfettered power." and the judge even mocked the special counsel saying, "we said this was what the investigation was about, but we're not bound by it. and we were lying." a federal judge just confirmed everything we have been saying
on this show for months. there is nothing mueller will not do to malign this president, everyone around him. it's always been about trump, not these other people. during a speech the president was giving at the nra, he reacted to this. take a look. >> none of that information has to do with information related to the russian government coordination and the campaign of donald trump. it doesn't have anything to do. it's from years before. then, how does this have anything to do with the campaign, the judge asked. let me tell you, folks, we're all fighting battles, but i love fighting these battles. [cheers & applause] >>it's a battle over the rule of law, equal justice and application over the law. it's a battle over the constitution. and according to our producer
inside the courtroom, the judge raised questions over why rosenstein has not recused himself. this comes after the deputy attorney general shot down request to review the unredacted memo that now details why the fbi's investigation into collusion started in the first place. hand them over. it's important to note this memo was written in may, three months before mueller was appointed. and this is just one more example of obstruction of justice from the justice department, which is actively preventing members of congress from conducting important investigations. their role, co-equal branches of government, over the fisa abuse and so much more.
they are not impervious for the rule of law. and it's time for this witchhunt to end. now the clear obstruction but rosenstein and the scope of the mueller probe is part of what is now an incredibly flawed destructive so-called investigation. we have multiple leaks revealed. including a series of open-ended questions designed as a perjury trap for the president of the united states. we also know that mueller has been holding the threat of a presidential subpoena over the white house. there are also serious issues surrounding mueller's team, bias, anti-trump, and then ethical questions of people like
anders andrew wiesman. he lost nine of the supreme court, overturned in the fifth circuit court of appeals. and president trump addressed this very topic earlier today. take a look. >> mr. president, have you changed your mind at all about robert mueller? >> well, the problem, you have a group of investigators and they say that i am not a target. and i'm not a target. but you have a group of investigators that are all democrats. they went to the hillary clinton celebration that turned out to be a funeral. you have all these investigators. they're democrats. in all fairness, mueller worked for obama for eight years. >> the president has been right, is right, and he clearly
is a target. now until prosecutors and big democratic donors are removed from the investigation, the president should never agree to any interview of any kind. the constitution is on his side. the mainstream media are actively rooting for a showdown between mueller and trump and cheering for any new anti-trump investigation. now, you think the biased press in this country will focus at all on what judge ellis said today, these historic remarks, what he said in this particular case? of course not. just as we saw all week the destroyed trump media, they're totally obsessed by so many of the left with the demise of this president, delegitimizing this president. their echo chamber is so out of control. watch for yourself. >> there's no shot clock for
getting the truth in this case. we need to know the truth. we can argue about the points of law. and i'm stretched in whatever business misdeeds of which trump might be guilt. what i want to know is whether he cheated to win by having the russians stack the deck. >> it's not just the legal component. there's a political piece of this, if the president does decide to fight a subpoena, he may face political fallout. >> nobody could be sure how this could turn out, but not much reason for the white house to be optimistic that it could win such a fight. >> it's just pathetic. this is causing extreme tunnel vision, resulting in multiple flawed stories and the reporting of totally fake news, anonymous
sources, including everything you see on the side of your screen. and what might be even worse is the media's bias of omission. over 15 months the president has been building a track record of economic and diplomatic can achievement, but you wouldn't know it if you listen to fake news cnn. the president pointed a lot of this out earlier today. take a look. >> so we have the best employment numbers we've virtually ever had. and yet all we hear about is this phony russia witchhunt. that's all we hear about. >> president trump has achieved a lot in 15 minutes. and also breaking today, what do we have? an employment rate that has now dipped to 3.9%. the lowest rate since 2000. add to that the historically low employment rate for african-americans,
hispanic-americans, the important regulation reform, the expansion of american energy. and the president is seeing huge practicing on the world stage, the likes of which barack obama could never dream of accomplishing. and with the help of the israeli prime minister, iran is now finally being held accountable. they do have a nuclear program. the u.s. has regained our international backbone with trump's actions in syria. russia is getting economically squeezed. the american people elected this president to win on the world stage and right here at home. so don't be fooled by the tactics of the left, their russia collusion obsession, their hatred for the president. the president, in spite of all of this, is succeeding.
and more good news is just around the corner. we have a breaking news report that we want to bring you, according to the now less-redacted version of the house intel report of the russia collusion. we now that comey made a shocking commission that he actually testified that the fbi agent saw "no physical indication of deception from former national security advisor mike flynn," despite saying something completely different. oh, that's called a lie. catherine, it all takes place on the unredacted pages, if i'm not wrong, 53 and 54. >> this new version of the report was released just a short time ago. it's not a cleaner version with fewer redactions. key section involves flynn, who pled guilty to one count of
making false statements about his conversations with the russian ambassador. the report states that both former fbi director comey and his department director mccabe testified to the house intelligence committee that the fbi agents saw no signs of deception, which was not a great beginning of a false statements case. and comey testified to the committee that there were no physical signs of deception, nothing that indicated to them that they knew he was lying to them. but when pressed last week, comey suggested something else about his testimony. >> did you tell lawmakers that fbi agents didn't believe flynn was lying intentionally to investigators? >> no. maybe someone misunderstood
something i said. i didn't believe that and didn't say that. >> we asked a spokesman for a comment tonight. >> unbelievable report. how about redacting the rest of it? that's what i want to see. catherine, great work. fox news contributor investigative reporter sara carter. the scheme to clear hillary clinton and frame donald trump. fox news legal analyst. let me put the comey story aside for a second. i have never in my life, in the manafort case, heard a judge call mueller's team liars the way he called them out today and then go on to say, "i don't see what this has good with the counsel. what you really care about is what information paul manafort can give you that will reflect
on mr. trump or lead to his prosecution or impeachment." wow. >> mueller's investigation is rife with deceptions, dishonesty, and underhanded tactics and this judge is not buying it. and he warned them, "don't you subborn perjury to implement the president. you're trying to make manafort sing, and singing can turn into composing." that is the threats by government to get people to say things that are untrue in order to go light on them. we're not going to tolerate that. that's what the judge said. but the most important thing he said today is, "where do you get the authority to charge manafort? your authority comes from the order and "any matters that arise from that investigation." the manafort case doesn't arise
from that investigation. mueller went into the archives at the department of justice tax division and appropriated an old case against manafort that had been cleared and he had been using that. >> and the timing is unbelievable because, remember, sara, it was july 26th was the morning raid guns drawn in manafort's home, when all they had to do was call his attorney and he would have sender. that was july 26th. and it wasn't until august 2nd when the approval came. that mean it is special counsel had to be investigating months before. then they have the raid and then they get the mandate permission for the raid and the investigation. >> judge ellis is not going to be bullied. he said, "i want that memo
redacted. the one you have given to me, i want it unredacted." he wants it right before him. he wants to see everything that's in it. he wants to know the scope of what rosenstein gave authority to to mueller and he wants it now. and when they said, "well, this has nothing to do with anything beyond the manafort case." then he said, "i'll be the judge of that." so he wants to see that. i think it's important because it also means that judge sullivan, who's overseeing flynn's case, has the some kind of issues. this is judge sullivan played it out a little differently. he made himself very clear and now we see it's been suspended for two more months. judge sullivan is probably going through the same thing right now. and greg was right on the money. he understands. they're starting to understand that this is appearing and what we've been saying for all along is a witchhunt. it's going way beyond the scope
of russia and they're doing everything they can to twist people's arms and get them to turn on people. >> this page 5 3 shg3, 54, the unredacted version -- and there's so much more that needs to be unredacted here, about comey. they caught him in a bold-faced lie. he said, "oh, that's not true." but he had said there is no indication that flynn was lying. they squeeze flynn, threaten to go after his family. >> oh, they did. they never had a case against flynn. but mueller is godlike and knows better. and comey is out there lying, but on meet the press last sunday he said the same thing. he denied that those agents had ever concluded that flynn was telling the truth. so was comey lying under oath in front of the intelligence
committee, or lying last sunday and to the american public? it's one or the other. it can't be both. >> and nobody's reporting. the judge very sarcastically brings up rosenstein. he's a witness in the case. then we know rosenstein signed off on the fisa issue. and now we've got rosenstein here. it seems to me he's in trouble and that he needs to go next. >> well, he's in huge trouble and he absolutely needs to go next. if you talk to anybody with any common sense. >> backdating permission to raid manafort's home. that was not part of the mandate. >> and i think we have a little bit more news in all of these developments. if you look at the report and what was unredacted, on page 53 and 54, you'll also see that
mccabe, it appears, was trying to put pressure on these fbi agents. and remember, i had been reporting that all along. when they came back and said, "flynn did not lie." there was a lot of reports that i was receiving that mccabe was putting pressure on them. and i'm wondering how much of this is going to come out in the inspector general's report, which we expect to see in the next few weeks or so. this is going to be important. it's going to play right into this investigation. and i think this is a really great question that judge ellis posed. who's in charge of overseeing rosenstein and mueller? it's going to be these judges. these judges are going to lay down the law and not hopefully let this special counsel exceed any of their privileges beyond the russia scope. >> unbelievable.
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>>welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." so ed henry is here with more on the explosive story from today about a federal judge accusing mueller's team of lying and trying to take down president trump. wow, what a day this has been. >> yeah, you're right. really a stunning development. it came shortly after the president himself declared he
and his new attorney rudy giuliani believe this is a witch-hunt. the president saying he's willing to sit down with mueller for an interview. most of his investigators are democrats and he's not fair he can get a fair shake. the judge suggesting the special counsel office is lying about the scope of their investigation and seeking unfettered power to bring down the president. "you don't really care about mr. manafort. you really care about what information mr. manafort can give you to lead you to mr. trump or an impeachment or whatever." also demanding to see the unredacted scope memo about this investigation, which puts rosenstein on the griddle since he's overseeing this. giuliani is still new to the team and getting his facts straight, as the attorney clarified some of his comments to you on stormy daniels.
listen. >> none of that information has to do with information related to the russian government coordination and the campaign of donald trump. it doesn't have anything to do. it's from years before. then, how does this have anything to do with the can campaign? the judge asked. let me tell you, folks, we're all fighting battles, but i love fighting these battles. >> now, ellis served in the u.s. navy, graduated to law school. a distinguished judge who has issued over 1,000 decisions, making his words all the more stinging for mueller. what this judge was saying was, look, some of the manafort charges go back to 2005. but finally a federal judge is
saying, "wait a second. what does that have to do with the 2016 election? >> well, that came after july 26th. it was like post dated permission. unbelievable. joining us now with reaction, fox news national security strategist dr. sebastian. david has negotiated every one of my contracts that i've ever had on tv and radio and other business. and we once broke bread together and i paid for it. anyway, good to see you both. let me go through the timeline here. put aside the -- i mean, if you look at the timeline, manafort's home was raided on july 26th. the memo didn't come out to
confirm mueller's authority until august 2nd. that means before they raided at dawn with guns blazing, manafort's home, they didn't have permission or mandate, and they got permission specifically after it happened. what does that mean, david? it sounds to me this is done. it's going to be thrown out. >> sometimes judges speak from the bench and fool people, but i think this was pretty unambiguous. this judge is irritated, and rightly so. i had given them the benefit of the doubt, but enough is enough. they have nothing on trump. there's no evidence of collusion. no evidence of obstruction. so they're trying to lure him into a perjury trap. they're trying to get people, tangential people pressured into flipping on trump. but here's what ironic.
this whole investigation is set up on the pretense of protecting democracy and here we have an out of control special counsel in the federal government embued with these people. they are trying to obstruct what he is doing and abusing their authority to do it. and that's what the judge meant by unfettered authority. who holds them accountable? >> we've been warning about this team of democratic can donors. ethical problems that they've had. and when mueller's team is told, "you don't care about manafort's bank fraud from 2005. what you really care about is information manafort might give you that would reflect on mr. trump or lead to his
prosecution and impeachment." so this had been looked into as it relates to manafort for 13 years ago. and they still used it as some type of wedge to try and get manafort to say something to get the president. that sounds like a witch-hunt, dr. gorka. >> we have it from the bench now. we have it from the judiciary. this is a witch-hunt. they are doing things with ulterior motives. number one, they are undermining the democratic process by actually going after a target that they are not authorized to go after. where's the scope memo? we need to see the memo and whether they acted without the memo when they went out manafort, his wife, and everybody else. but there's a larger constitutional issue. a president can only leave
office three ways: if he dies, if he resigns, or if he is impeached. and then the senate convicts him. you can't have a rogue agent of the fbi or the doj take a president in front of a grand jury. the u.s. constitution and case law forbids it. mueller is out of control. >> let me ask about rosenstein. and the judge today -- this was amazing. didn't he recuse himself? the judge was basically saying he's way conflicted here. he would be the witness. we know he signed on to the unverified, uncorroborated clinton bought and paid for phony russian dossier. he never did his work in that particular case. and now he's backdating after mueller's team raid on manafort.
he's backdating the permission. it sounds like rosenstein needs to go yesterday. >> yeah. what's scary about these guys, they see themselves as serving a higher good. and so they think they can bend all kinds of rules because their higher good, removing trump, is the end justifying the means. and so they're scary because there's nobody that will hold them accountable. they think in their twisted way they're doing something right, so they can backdate things and abuse the very process they're pretending to protect. how would we like it if we had local prosecutors who instead of waiting for law enforcement authorities to bring evidence to them to determine whether to prosecute, that we just assigned them names, prominent community members they should investigate and look for crimes? how would that work in our justice system? the framework is set up, a
separation of power. here we have this executive branch with the special counsel trying to eat itself. we don't have donald trump trying to abuse any authority. there's no evidence that he's trying to abuse authority. so they're not trying to hold him accountable. yet they are the one who is are exceeding their authority. and i repeat, who is going to hold them accountable? we need to rethink this entire special counsel law because they have to justify their existence by finding some crime or getting someone to flip. >> the american people strongly believe no one has unfettered power, co-equal branch, separation of powers. >> we don't have unfettered prosecutors and investigators in america. robert mueller is trying to pin
a crime on the president, and it cannot be allowed. this is america, sean. >> all right, guys. great analysis as always. when we come back, we'll speak to a former trump campaign advisor, michael caputo. and he's going to talk about the very personal way this witch-hunt impacted his family. he had to sell his home to pay for legal fees to combat this. stay with us on this special edition of "hannity." when i tr. for leisure. so i go national, where i can choose any available upgrade in the aisle - without starting any conversations- -or paying any upcharges. what can i say? control suits me. go national. go like a pro. but prevagen helps your brain with an ingredient originally discovered...
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george the we're all glad that he's headed home. i'm ed henry. now back to "hannity." >>all right, our next guest has now been caught up in democrat's witch-hunt and it has cost him dealer and personally, michael caputo. he's had to sell his home to pay for legal fees associated with the russia probe and he's now fearful that his kids' futures are in jeopardy over this. this week caputo had harsh words. what america needs is an
investigation of the investigators. i want to know who with's spaying for this? i want to know who cost us so much money, who crushed our kids, forced us out of our home all because you lost an election. i want to know because, well, g-d you to hell. michael caputo joins us now. i know you're not the only one. you said what a lot of people feel. i said this to rudy giuliani the other night. i watched from day one in the trump campaign. i'm guessing -- i don't know for sure. she probably spent more legal fees than she was paid last year. and i think that's the case for a lot of people. explain how this impacts you and your family. >> well, it all started -- well, thanks for having me. but it all started on march 20th of 2017 when the house intelligence committee had a public hearing where representative jackie speier
brought my and my wife's name up in the hearing and called me putin's image maker. the threats to our family came just one after the other. death threat after death threat. one guy called me after that hearing on the phone and said, "i know you're not home. we're going to burn your house down with your wife and children inside." these threats haven't stopped. i had to lawyer up when it became clear i was going to be pulled into the congressional investigations. and since then, after a committee intelligence hearing in 2017 and then a senate committee hearing on tuesday and now sitting before the mueller team on wednesday, we're at about $125,000. i want to tell you, we were on our way out of our home, sean, on our way out because we couldn't have a home like we had and make buffalo money. we had to move to washington to make washington money so i could pay the debt that i had -- these $125,000 is more than i make in
a year here in east aurora, new york. we don't make that much out here. what happened really surprised me because just one last thing we tried to do before we had to really pack up was put up a gofundme. and between the time i told them to go to hell and the time i checked my gofundme, we had raised over $125,000 in $20 increments, more than 2,000 donors. i was just shocked by this. i think it's a good thing for people to see. there are a dozen or more other people that can't afford this and are having trouble. they need to know people will back them up. i'm the first one to see this. i'm proof positive that people are sick of this. >> nobody should have to lose their home. here's the problem for you, though. they drag you into a legal case.
you must hire a lawyer because no person can fight this on their own because, as we learned and talked a lot about this week, they set up perjury trap, and if you don't answer the right way, you're going to be charged the perjury. look at the revelation we had tonight and the unredacted portion of the house intel report where literally nobody thought michael flynn was lying, nobody, including comey, who lied about it. >> i walked right into that same situation wednesday with the mueller team. i was in there three hours, which was i think kind of remarkably short considering how long people have been in there. but they aren't nice. and they didn't ask me one question that they didn't already know the answer to. they weren't investigating. they were there to ask me questions they knew the answer to. i don't want to call what it sounds like because frankly i'm a little intimidated by this.
they warned me they would be watching me on tv. >> they warned you? >> but i'm telling you, sean, it's sticky in there. and they're not pulling you in there for a barn dance. they're in there to put you in a situation where you make a mistake. >> how sad they tried to intimidate you. "we'll be watching you on tv." i've been in this business 30 years, and it's obvious millions of dollars have been spent to try and smear me in just the last recent weeks. we're either going to remain the united states of america or we're going to become valenzuela. i'm sorry what's happening to you. >> thanks very much. but i've had it, sean. everybody's got to stand up.
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hillary clinton celebration that turned out to be a funeral. so you have all these investigators that are democrats. in all fairness, mueller works for obama for eight years. i have to find that we're going to be treated fairly because everybody sees it now and it is a pure witch-hunt. >> all right. that was president trump earlier today. and he was blasting what he calls mueller's witch-hunt, voicing concern that he wouldn't be treated fairly if he sat down for an interview with mueller's team. joining us now, fox news contributor artie and monica crowley. let's just break this down this way. the president's right. well, mueller worked for a democrat. everyone says he's a republican. you have all democratic donors. then you have andrew, his atrocious ethics.
then you've got rod rosenstein after the july 26th raid of paul manafort, giving permission august 2nd to go into this new area of investigation, not in the original mandate. now, i don't care if you're a liberal, a conservative, republican, or democrat. that stacks up as unfair. and the judge's words today stung becau stung. >> the judge's words today sure did sting. that was a remarkable statement the judge did say. but a couple of things. number one, mueller works seven years for george bush and five years under obama. >> but he appointed weismann. >> the reason i know him so
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the best. that's the best. we will always be fair and balanced. we will have a lot more on the huge breaking development on monday. have a great weekend. let not your heart be troubled. >> good evening from washington. the nra gives the president a rockstar reception at its annual meeting. and in tonight's angle, sara sanders versus and out of control press. you want to stick around for the friday folly segment. but first, a federal judge just unloads on the mueller team, suggesting they're lying and only out to get trump. ellis is hearing the case against manafort in the eastern district of virginia. he blasted the