hope you will join us tomorrow night. the show that is the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness, and groupthink. the great sean hannity is next, live from new york city. >> sean: that is pomposity and groupthink. we are humble, trying to save america, make america great. tucker, great show. >> tucker: [laughs] they give, sean. >> sean: we are trying our best because i as i know you ar. ournu opening monologue in a few minutes. from the reporting today, tragedy strikes a maryland, armd gunmen killed and seriously injured multiple individuals at a newspaper office. this in annapolis, maryland, for a joining us now with the very latest on this is kristin fishe. tough day for everyone. can you update us on what is goingma on? >> yeah, john. police are confirming this was indeed a targeted attack on the capital gazette newspaper. we don't know if the shooter had a problem with the paper as a
whole or with individual employees at the paper. but police says this was a targeted attack and this shooter came in around 2:30 today with a shotgun and smoke grenades. he walked through the first floor of the building, a brick building just behind me, and he went through shooting and killing five people, injuring more.two police responded, just a ridiculous response time, one minute, just over 60 seconds. police were there. they wanted and they were able towe take that shooter into custody without firing a single shot. just a horrible day here. police across the board are saying this could have been so much worse if the first responders did not respond as quickly as they did. more about the shooter. he's in custody and police say that they are in the process of interviewing him but he has been very uncooperative. there was a press conference about half an hour ago. in that press conference, the
anne arundel deputy police chief could not confirm what i'm about to tell you but fox has confirmed with a separate maryland law enforcement official that they were able to identify the gunmen using facial recognition software because -- they had to do that because he mutilated hiso fingertips in an apparent attempt to make it very difficult to identify him. he didn't have any i.d., what until the law enforcement what his name was, they had to use facial recognition software to identify him. that is why police are saying that he was very well-prepared for this attack. he had it well-planned. he thought it through. now police are going through the process of securing his house and getting search warrants so that they can search for the dash searches property. as for this paper, sean, one reporter said that i can tell you this, "we are putting out a damn paper tomorrow, sean."
>> sean: a real thank you to all of those in law enforcementn 60 seconds, you can't get a better response time. they saved a lot of lives. t we turn to our opening monologue. we'll start with today's huge showdown on capitol hill. the deputy attorney general rodd rosenstein, f director christopher wray appearing before the house judiciary committee where they were grilled by members of congress. was a beat down. we have so many highlights to bring you, including the worst moments from rod rosenstein, who i'm told is unlike me. the deputy ag is continuing to obstruct the u.s. house of representatives and their subpoenas in its effort to check and do their constitutional duty and investigate actions by the fbi and doj. now house republicans are fighting back hard, contempt, impeachment, tonight is very much on the table. also tonight, america's left is ramping up, as i predicted, their disgusting rhetoric,
political tactics ahead of the 2018 midterms, and some are actually trying to forcibly shut down immigration and customs enforcement offices acrosson the country. others are calling for the complete abolition of i.c.e. meanwhile many in the media, well, as we predicted, a full mental psychotic breakdown over the news that justiceus anthony kennedy is retiring. it's been a very bad week for democrats. sit tight. we have all of this and so much more and we are following all the details out of annapolis, maryland, in our breaking news opening monologue. ♪ for over a year, house republicans have desperately been trying to conduct what is their constitutional oversight duties and properly investigate how the fbi and the doj handled, well, really, mishandled the content server investigation. we know she committed felonies, obstructed justice. also the ongoing russia collusion witch hunt and the fisa abuse, lying to fisa court
judges is by an opposition party candidates in an election year. sadly their efforts, their document requests, their subpoenas, they have been met with nothing but obstruction and hatred, antipathy, and animus from the deputy ag, who has a bad temper, rod rosenstein. today some of these house members had a rare opportunity to hold rosenstein accountable right to his face. it started with this powerful opening statement from house judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte. take a look. >> the recent inspector general's report revealed bias in the top echelons of the fbi during a hotly contested presidential election. it revealed that fbi agents, lawyers, and analysts hold profound biases against then candidate donald trump and in favor of his opponent, hillary clinton. it is right out of a novel with salacious, unverified dossiers, reports of informants that appear more like spies for the u.s. government, and application of of the aforementionedgo
surveillance powers to collect on a u.s. person once associated with president trump's political campaign. it's not a novel. it's realai life. >> sean: real life. next, they very ill tempered rod rosenstein, who again doesn't like me, i can't imagine why, he was grilled by ohio congressman jim jordan over rosenstein's blatant effort to hide important information from house investigators. again, this is theire constitutional job. oversight, separation ofhe powe, coequal branches of government. look at this tense exchange. it's amazing. >> why are you keeping information from congress? >> congressman, i'm not keeping any information from congress. >> in a few minutes, mr. rosenstein, i think that house of representatives will say something different. >> i don't agree with you. >> i disagree. i think, in a few minutes, the house of representatives is going to go on record saying you haven't complied with requests
from a separate and equal branch of government, that you haven't complied with the subpoenas, and you got seven days to get your act together. is think that is what is goingo happen by that is notto jim jordan. i think that the majority of the house of representatives. in just a few minutes, i think that's going to happen. i want to know why you won't give us what you ask for. >> sir, i certainly hope that your colleagues aren't under that impression.r it's not accurate, sir. >> it is accurate! we have got you -- >> mr. chairman, can we allow the witness to answer? >> sean: the house did in fact pass a resolution demanding that rosenstein comply with the document request and seven days or they do face the possibility, first of contempt, and even impeachment. by the way, the president can demand at some point everything be handed over, and that will then be a matter of law. in terms of the president having that power, one of the issues at play here, the house investigation into possible coordination between the clinton campaign and the fbi's
initiation of that so-called trump-russia, which we now know to be witch hunt. one of the small part of the scandal surrounds bruce antonelli or. look right there, 2016, nally was conducting the oppo research for the clinton campaign. fusion gps, right alongside ex-barns by, foreign national christopher steele. allst while her husband, bruce,a high-ranking doj official, was the federal government's point of contact for the same christopher steele. rod rosenstein is saying he was totally unaware of the connection.ti really? i don't believe that. take a look. >> you said earlier bruce ohr was not working on the russia investigation. let me ask you -- >> r to my knowledge. >> to your knowledge. did you not know that bruce ohr was meeting with christopher steele, getting information
about the dossier, and supplying that information to the fbi at the same time his wife, nellie, was working for fusion gps, that was helping hillary clinton? did you not know he was doing that for the fbi? >> correct. because you did not know that? >> correct. >> okay. his office as a couple of doors down but you had no idea he was actually the go-between to get that information. >> sean: another key question was asked by a florida congressman ron desantis, a question we have not been asking right hereco on the show for months. why hasn't rod rosenstein recused himself from the mueller witch hunt? notice a lot of what you are hearing tonight should be recognizable to you because we have been reporting this for a long time. it was all true. take a look. >> you appointed mueller, you're supervising mueller, and supposedly about collusion between trump's campaign and russia and obstruction of justice, but you wrote the memo
saying that comey should be fired, and you signed the fisa extension forne carter page. my questionn is do you, it seems like you should be recused from this more so than jeff sessions, you are involved making decisions involving this investigation. why haven't you done that? >> if it were appropriate for me to recused, i would be more than happy to do so, and let someone else handle it. it is my responsibility to do it. all i can tell you -- >> how do you have obstruction of justice possibility for a president exercising his powers to failure and fbi director that you said should be fired, and oh, by the way, the report makes it clear that jim comey should have been fired. by redoing this with the mueller probe? >> i am not commenting on what is going on in the mueller probe. >> sean: here we are, 407 long days into mueller's fishing exhibition. congressman trey gowdy, south carolina, confronting rod rosenstein with what we have all
been thinking. watch this from today. >> russia attacked this country. they should be the target but russia isn't being hurt by this investigation right now.at we are. this country is being hurt by it. we are being divided. we've seen the bias. using the pies. we need to see the evidence. if you have evidence of wrongdoing by any member of the trump campaign, presented to the damn grand jury. if you have evidence that the president acted inappropriately, presented to the american peopl people. justice delayed is justice denied. all of us are being denied. whatever you have god, finish it the hill up. this country is being torn apar apart. >> sean: finish it the hell up. that's right. are you watching what you have done to the country, what you
are doing to the country? rod rosenstein, really, when is this and? rod, it is your constitutional duty, checks and balances, coequal branches, to provide members of congress with the subpoenaed documents and information they need so they can doey your job -- their job d check your department. in seven days from today, if the doj continues as obstruction, i urge every single member of the house to now take action to, yes, move to contempt, and he has, impeachment. enough is enough. trey gowdy was right. of course, many democrats are perfectly fine with doj obstruction. their friends in the deep state have a lot to hide. meanwhile, as robert mueller's witch hunt is producing literally zero evidence that the president did anything wrong, the people on the left are now predictably beginning to unravel. f their favorite new target, the u.s. immigration and customs enforcement agency, it's doing the job that congress passed,
their laws. throughout the week, hundreds of left-wingin protesters, they "occupied" fisa offices across multiple cities, forcing some to temporarily close their doors on these demonstrators blocked interventions, obstructed i.c.e. employees, attempted to tamp out in front of the building, "the hill" reported many protesters celebrated the news that their occupation actually prompted delays and some operations at the center. "this may result in some immigrants being attained for weeks longer than expected." great job. this all culminated in washington, d.c., where 575 people were arrested after literally storming the center building. multiple democratic lawmakers were in attendance, including one congresswoman from washington, who was arrested. sadly, this anti-i.c.e. rhetoric on the left, on tv, he's even farmers. watch this. >>o i think there is no question we've got to critically re-examine i.c.e. and its role in the way that it is being
administered on the record is doing and we need to probably think about starting from scratch. >> i think we need to abolish i.c.e., that seems really clear. they have strayed so far from the interests of the american people in the interests of humanity. we need to abolish it. >> eliminating i.c.e., for instance, president trump. >> i.c.e. isn't doing what it was created to do, it's being used as his own personal police force, and is on those actions, it's making us less safe. >> sean: what you heard is right, the left, democrats must country, literally want to abolish i.c.e., proving exactly what we have been telling you for a long time. this is the most important midterm in your life. of democrats win this november, this is what they are pushing for. i have been telling you, they want to impeach donald trump but don't tell anybody, keep it secret. maxine, stop saying it. they want to keep obamacare. how's that working out for you? of course they want to make sure that you get paid less. they are campaigning and saying
publicly, they want to repeal the trump tax cut and raise your taxes. as you see, they want open borders. number five, they want to destroy whoever the president fixed or replace justice kennedy on the u.s.. supreme court. no vision, no betterment of the american people at all.cr democrats have no agenda, no real plan for improving this country, helping the forgotten men and women. so their playbook is all too predictable. it's the one they use every two and four years. the slayer, samantha, besmirch, assassinate the character of any trump republican. we o are seeing this in the meda after justice kennedy announced his retirement, as i predicted last night. take a look. >> if you are lgbtq, if you are a person of color, if you are a woman -- basically if you are not a straight white male in america right now, you are probably freaking out. >> we are looking at eight obstruction of the constitution of united states. >> we are not screwed. we are screwed for generations. >> clean air and water that you
use and breathe is at stake. >> you're only 81! you know what they say, 81 as the new 79. i don't tell me your mind is going because i read bush versus gore and citizens united. you never had one. >> we are looking down the tunnel of potentially criminal liability for women who are seeking to make decisions about their own bodies. it's time for democrats to throw down. what i mean by that is we've been playing by the rulebook, and donald trump and republicans have been playing my street rules. we need to play by street rules. >> don't allow a vote on this, don't have a hearing, don't let anything go forward. don't play ball with this decision. >> sean: oh, told you. if you think that's bad, it gets even worse. look at this disturbing image from "the huffington post." by the way, view rewarding, it's pretty disturbing braided closing or with the words of "the end of it roe."
then there's whoopi goldberg, another viewer warning, what you are about to see here, it's very graphic particular. >> i don't like this line, i come as a democrat, or independent or whatever, trying to take away anything for me. trying to hold onto my personal rights so that you can have the rights you want. if you take mine, i feel like you're the one with the problem. if you take my right away for me to judge what i do for my family and my m body, i got a little problem with that. you got a problem? you don't want people -- get out of my behind. get out ofof my vagina. >> sean: once again, the media lying about president trump. the exact same tactics the left are used against president reagan and as i showed you last night, judge robert
bork. the same smear campaign against clarence thomas and president trump hasn't nominated anybody yet. you better believe the tactics from the left are going to get much worse every day from now to election day. let me warn you, hold on tight, buckle up, and, yeah, your voice needs to be heard in november. we are going to tell you all the key races. without a doubt, this will be the most consequential midterm election in our lifetime. coming up, gregg jarrett, sara carter, later on, yes, he's here, and i will be a guest on his show sunday night, but the great one, mark levin, is in the house. stay with us. ♪ h us. my name is jeff sheldon,
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♪ >> sean: reacting to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein appearance on capitol hill. sara carter. see that brooke? early july. you can preorder it on amazon.com or barnesandnoble.com. it will be the definitive book, the licit scheme to clear hillary clinton and frame donald trump. fox news legal knowledge gregg jarrett. we can start fromme you. i captured a lot of inconsistencies that ifr know yu did. >> well, one could say they were lysed by rod rosenstein. for example, he denied ever threatening members of the intelligence committee and the staff in a january 10th meeting in which he threatened to get his hands on their emails, text, and phone records. >> sean: that's a little s scary, isn't it? >> attracted to people in that meeting, they use the word,
"threatened," and that he said that he was threatening to obtain those texts and emails and so forth. so that did not appear to be terribly truthful by him. he also wasn't truthful when he said i'm not withholding any evidence of subpoenaed records. well, his own letters refusing to turn over the documents or evidence that he is withholding, and yet he said, i'm not withholding. there wasn't a lot of truth in rod rosenstein today. >> sean: let me get your initial reaction, sara carter. >> i think that when trey gowdy, representative trey gowdy, questioned him and made his statement, saying, if you have any evidence of this, rod rosenstein, let's just get it out right now. stop driving the american public. this administration, and our country, through the mud. if you have any evidence that anything happened with the trump administration for mike president trump, get it out there. let us know what it is. he never wouldn't have done tha
that. you look at the ig report, how he evaded and avoided questions, i tell you, gregg is 100% right. i spoke in a similar sources who have been those backroom rod rosenstein -- >> sean: i spoke to someone who is personally the victim of a temper tantrum. a direct conversation that was relayed to me. >> rod rosenstein flat out lied. he lied to congress, and he lied to the american people. we just got a call a spade a spade. you look at the ig report, i want to go back to that really quick. we look at strzok, i was looking at a more detailed, talking with sources, and there is one point where strzok tried to explain the insurance policy question. in august, the text message that he sent to lisa page about having an insurance policy andur talking with andrew mccabe, and he explains it away as saying, we were talking about how aggressively were going to be or how overt we were going to be with this investigation. and when i was talking to fbi
sources about this, they said, that is so telling. that moment in time, when he left that out to horwitz, when he made that statement, he was basically saying, we are going to go after drum, even if it means going after the people around him. even if it means putting this information out there in the media, even if it means arresting people for crimes that were committed ten years ago or maybe 1 they are not even crime, just getting that around the president. the chaos he really has been the fbi and the people on the seventh floor at the doj, and not even so much the russians anymore. real chaos in our country is coming from them. >> sean: c rosenstein said, i'm not trying to hide anything. i made a short list, wrote it down before the show. we'll stop trump, they had data from everybody from a period of time, he withheld the fact that strzok of rudolph contreras, he
begged up to the last minute, paul ryan, not to release but became the nunes memo which told us about fisa abuse. the doj tried to hide the fact that two of the most important investigative investigators on the hillary and russia probe were anti-trump. five months after strzok and page were shut out the door, it was the inspector general that released for strzok-page texts. that's only the short-list, gregg. >> >> what did rosenstein say? he calls it inappropriate. it has to be the most colossal understatement of all time, especially when you consider the ig said that this is a man who had a willingness to abuse his position of power to influence an election. by gerard rosenstein, oh, it's just inappropriate. >> sean: the things that stand out, all three of us have talked to at least one person, i've talked to one, you've talked to
two. how many sources do you have that he has a temper? >> i have at least four sources. >> sean: you are working harder than greg and i. [laughter] >> i'm not. >> sean: 's actions, highly inappropriate.ac no. that would be bringing an investigatione to influence a presidential election, and as your book says, a scheme to clear hillary and frame trump. that is what happened. >> rosenstein said today, if it's appropriate, i'll recuse myself. it was appropriate a long time ago. he is a witness investigator, prosecutor, judge, jury, all rolled into one. >> sean: say that again.e, >> he's a witness, key witness, investigator, supervising thein prosecution, which makes him a prosecutor, also the judge and jury because he decides whether any charges would be brought. >> sean: why is the only mad at me by name and not you and sara? frankly, i'm taking all the
heat. >> we are feeling a little jealous. >> sean: they tried to undermine the election to favor one candidate and screw the other candidate, and why the rest of the media ignores the story, i don't know. >> it matters because they weaponized our tools of law enforcement, the nsa, the cia, the fbi, and everything else. this is such an enormous investigation. we haven't even talked about the unmasking's yet. they weaponized the tools -- we need to get back to that. we need to have answers. it if the united states is going to move forward, if we are going to clean up our system, our fbi and intelligence agencies, we need to know what happened. the truth needs to come out, and the people thatpl abused it need to be removed. >> one of the most striking moments occurred today when he was asked about mueller's not
one but two clearing conflicts of interest that are disqualifying. rosenstein said, i don't know of any conflict of interests with mr. mueller. he apparently doesn't read newspapers because dozens and dozens of law professors and lawyers i have written a myriadf columns explaining the disqualifying conflicts of interest of robert mueller. but rosenstein is either a modern-day machiavelli and or he is the most oblivious person to hold that position. >> sean: you know what someoneio said today, i really believed them. they said, hannity, you are trying to do this because you are undermining mueller. you'ree missing the whole story. the more important thing they said, they don't get at. they really believe that these guys -- i'll throw this to sara -- that they actually think that they were better, smarter, and that they think they are the super patriots and that we come of the people, are stupid.
they knew better which is why they had to save hillary and a undermined trump. >> they undermined the american people. they undermined the system that our nation is founded on, shawn. just look at at the most disparaging comments that strzok and page it said about people that shop at walmart, the american people, people in pennsylvania. >> sean: i can smell them. i shop at walmart. can you smell me? >> there is nothing more disgusting than people thinking that they know everything. that is the reason why president trump won. people were sick and tired of being told they weren't smart enough, not good enough, they don't know what to do. you know what, the american people said, we are smart enough, we are good enough, and we don't really care what you have to say because we live in this country and we will vote for who we want to vote for. if trump hadn't have won, if you would not have won this election, think about what the alternative would be.
we would never know what would have happened. >> sean: please mark that sara monologue. you get the last word. >> people like rosenstein and comey and strzok and lisa page and mccabe and the whole gang are a symbol of corruption and how absolute power corrupts absolutely. >> sean: we haven't been wrong on one thing yet, have we? >> not yet. >> sean: is scary. the media ignored it. frankly, you guys deserve pulitzer prizes. i can't. wait for your book. good job as always. when we comedo back, don't touch that dial. i have an announcement. the great one, mark levin, and i, will make it next. straight ahead. ♪ get great deals on great gear at bass pro shops and cabela's.
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"living tv, the host of the number one show, "life, liberty, levin." before we get to it, we have an announcement. will you say it? >> i will say it. i'm pregnant. [laughter] >> sean: mark has just been appointed to the supreme court. >> i just self identified. you know, you are my guest on "life, liberty, levin" ." we will switch roles. >> sean: that role reversal thing is a little bit weird. i think it's a great show. f thank you for having me come by the way. mark, you are probably best known for your massive runaway best seller and all your bugs have been number one bestsellers but "liberty and tyranny," i remember you wrote a book callel "men in black." long before anybody else, you talked about this, what the left can't accomplish in an election,
what they can't accomplish legislatively, they want to ignore separation of powers, coequal branches, they'll cite foreign law, and they literally want things legislated from the bench. you have been way ahead of the curve. this president wants to choose an originalist. i want you to go through their reaction to this opening now, what it means for the country. >> first of all, i want americans to understand that the progressive ideology, which you hear on the left, is incompatible with constitutionalism. so they've turned the supreme court, for them, and too a politburo, and all powerful, centralized, political operation, where they want to control a majority of the seats. they don't't talk about upholdig the constitution as written. they don't talk about this article, a this provision, this section, this because of the constitution. when you hear them yap away on the other networks, they are talking about abortion on
demand, same-sex marriage, obamacare, open borders. they give you the same left-wing agenda as if they are running for president or the senate that they want in a judicial nominee. that is not how that works. we don't want a conservative, a liberal, we want a constitutionalist. a constitutionalist or somebody who has sworn to uphold the constitution, looks of the constitution, the words,, takes them in context, tries to figure out what the original intent was, and applies at where the parties before the supreme court have a right to expect that as with the justices will do. but the democrats are telling the president, if you don't nominate ruth bader ginsburg in one form or another, we will oppose whomever you nominate. the republicans will have to steamroll the democrats and that's okay. the democrats have politicized this process where they don't even make any sense. they use to support a filibuster, they oppose it. they use to oppose a nomination, with one year after the
presidency, now they supported, or they don't support it, now they oppose it when it's midterm elections. in other words, forget about schumer, forget about the democrats, forget about their agenda, and let us uphold the constitution with our nomination. i think this president, more than most, understands that. he ran for office, how does list, he was extremely transparent. hillary clinton didn't have a list because the nation would have puked. he has tremendous candidates on this list. he said, i will choose from this list. the left has every opportunity to dig up whatever they can one these candidates and the president is taking to the list. this is very, very important. the supreme court is nott. supposed to be more powerful than the other two branches of government. it is supposed to benc independt of them, justices are appointed for life because they are not to be political. it has gotten way out of whack and under the left it will be more out of whack. here is the additive of the progressives, who rarely use to attack the constitution, as
written by a bunch of white men who owned slaves, not a protective supported, here is the position of the left basically. they want to enshrine their ideology in into the constitution. whenay they say you have to support president, they don't believe that. through dred scott, upholding slavery, plessy versus ferguson, segregation, that was president. the internment of japanese americans, that was president. do they support that? now. what they mean is the most radical decisions of the supreme court, that is what they want to compel, that is what they believe in. now the constitution, but the leftist directions that leftists are taking the constitution. >> sean: i don't even know, when you wrote "men in black" -- >> 2005. one of the reasons we became friends, mark, we became friends because of issues, and i will tell a little bit of a story, with all due respect to
you, i have to twist your arm to fill in for me in radio, twist your arm to do a weekend show, twist your arm to do it 6-8, 6-9, and is indicated. it has been years i have been twisting your arm to come on the tv show. now you a are here, and now youe flipped it and i have to do your show. but the thing is, that what brought us together is -- >> i agree. i want your viewers to know something. we just did this interview. i want the viewers to know more about you then when you are on tv. that is what we are doing in this interview. >> sean: i hate that. >> you've got a wonderful background, a great sense of humor, you are one of the most decent human beings i know. you are under constant attack from the left. you paid me 20 bucks, i got to finish. you are under constant attack from the left and i want people
to know the real sean hannity and that is what is going to happen to happen. >> sean: by the way, i did something that a lot of politicians and liberals. mark would try to get me to talk about me and i wanted to talk about issues.is and he said, "talk about you." your love of this constitution has been your life study. i mean is. i absorbed this because this is important. i swear, if we don't get this right, we will lose this country. we talk about rule of law, equal application of our laws, our constitutional form of government, the foundation of all our laws, and you have been an intellectual heavyweight in all of this. >> let me just say one thing. the s progressive's don't own te supreme court. they don't own the seats in the supreme court. when they talk about the supreme court is going to move hard to the right. it doesn't move part of the right. you either believe in the constitution or you don't. we define everything through thi left. we see everything through the left. stop. we want candidates who are going
to uphold the constitution, not drive their political agenda for the constitution. >> sean: by the way, you likee likely. >> i would support that, if the president is watching, mike lee is your best choice. i think he would be absolutely outstanding. >> sean: he's brilliant. i think it be a great choice. "life, liberty, levin," sunday night, the number one troll on n cable, i am the guest, he beats me up. i hope you'll watch ray dan bongino, geraldo rivera, next. ♪ ♪ and we'll beat the birds down to acapulco bay ♪ ♪ it's perfect for a flying honeymoon they say ♪ ♪ come fly with me ♪ let's fly, let's fly away ♪ ♪ come fly with me
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you know what would happen to parts of our country? it would be overrun with the worst criminal elements who have ever seen. seen. >> sean: that was the president last night at a rally in north dakota hammering democrats for their destruction i.c.e. former secret agent, nra contributor, the best seller of the geraldo show, we have more details now on the shooter that is developed. i wear glasses, they don't want me to wear them on tv. too bad. maryland law enforcement, i won't give the name out, geraldo. here's what we know, we did not know earlier. he lost a defamation case that he brought against this newspaper in 2015, over a 2011, he contended defamed him. obviously, disgruntled with the paper. the column provided an account of his guilty plea to criminal harassment of a woman on social media. by the way, police were there in
60 seconds, geraldo. that is how great they are. not cooperating with investigators. he had canisters of smoke grenades hein used inside the buildings. he was prepared, he obviously premeditated this evil tissue people. i mean, they are just as evil -- geraldo, i want to say one thin thing.g. it really is infuriating. as harsh as i have been against maxine waters, these are separate issues, her call to confront people. this is separate and apart, as i said, ten times on my radio show today. the language is getting out of control. but there was a great city that said, because president trump says fake news, because he believes the media lies, they were almost trying to say, i wonder if this was a trump supporter. if somebody listened to any of the leftzy people on and did something horrible, you blame the person. words do matter, though. but the president saying fake
news is not bad because they do live. constantly. >> first of all, i salute the law enforcement in maryland whoo were there within 60 seconds, fibroid outcome i horrible, horrible event. yet, if 2 minutes had gone by, three, four, the cops traffic going out like the way they did like they did in parkland, it could have been a far worse max liquor, so god bless the cops maryland who did what they had to do.goan also, shame on everyone, right and left, who blamed what happened today on disability dispute, the debate, this one saying, you do this, it had nothing to do that with guy was a specific grudge, who warned the newspaper over social media, threaten them, and carried out his hideous attack. it had nothing to do with
political philosophy. this was a piece between a deranged, despicable, murderous sop who invented the evil against the newspaper he claimed that defamed him. >> sean: admits the left or the right, geraldo, it doesn't matter. words come at the end of the e day, they are dangerous but people are responsible for their own actions. i would encourage people to tone it down a little bit but honestly. there is one idiot i on cnn, "a moment many journalists have year." you know what they are implying there. they were implying if you say fake news and call these people out for being liars and an extension of the democratic party, left-wingers, oh, that somehow is a motivation. no, that is telling the truth actually. >> sean, twitter today was an absolute cesspool. the obsession with some people,
to jump to a narrative, to tell the story right away, before anyone has had a chance to mourn, or even worse, had the chance to get the facts. i was on your radio show. he went through great lengths to put in, what, five or six caveats that you are not connecting the two. you are making a point, i was there, that, yes, the rhetoricho has gotten hot. i said we could all take the temperature down. but what happens, instead of trying to solve the problem, they jumped on your throat, write the ridiculous opposites. nobody talks, sean. it becomes a shouting match in both directions. and it's really sad, this obsession with narratives of our facts. twitter -- i had to log off. i haven't tweeted in two hours. i can't take it. >> sean: geraldo, i tweet out only news and information for the most part now. it is assessable. it's gotten -- anonymity, you're sitting in your basement in your underwear, you can say anything
you want. >> that is absolutely true. there is no governor on social media. it is puke coming out of too many mouths. it is really disgusting. i have to say about i.c.e., the story we were supposed to talk about, it is not merely the hundreds of protesters who were arrested today around the country who want, if not abolished, then severely reform i.c.e., i.c.e. is divided into the homeland security investigation and the enforcement and removal operations, the homeland security investigations are the guys who go after the gang bangers and the drug cartels, the majority of them wrote a letter to the boss today, much of the homeland security secretary, suggesting that i.c.e. be split in two, that the guys who go after the gang bangers be separated, men and women can be separated from those,m remove the citizens, wht
otherwise law-abiding, undocumented immigrant, hardworking, like the people from the gardening company here in ohio, 146 of them were arrested. i think the agency could conceivably be split because the backlash for that horrible family separation is not just among civilians. it's even among the agents themselves. >> sean: thank you both for being with us. you know what, i feel so sorry for these families tonight. s just evil. this premeditated evil. more "hannity" after this. ♪
>> hannity: all right, we're now awaiting a press conference from law enforcement from maryland. this'll take place in the next hour. be sure to tune in for that. they'll have the latest details. looks like a lawsuit, disgruntled, he lost, he went after the paper. really? when you think about it, it doesn't matter. it's just evil.
evil manifests itself in so many forms. we pray for the families tonight, those that lost loved ups with and are healing up in hospitals tonight. laura has a big show coming up. laura, take it away. have a good show. >> laura: law enforcement officials are set to provide updates on the latest about the deadly, horrific shooting in the capital gazette newspaper inta annapolis, maryland. they were not planning on giving further updates tonight. we expect to hear real news. let's go straight to fox news correspondent kristen fisher scene. the kristen? >> reporter: police expected to identify the victims. we don't know if they're going to identify the gunman but already tonight, the parent company of the capital gazette, the newspaper where this horrific shooting took place, the parent company, the baltimore sun