tammy bruce," episodes every tuesday. we'll be watching. >> thank you very much. >> tucker: out of time. back tomorrow, 8:00 p.m., the te show that that is the sworn enf light, positive, smugness, especially groupthink. it is everywhere. resisted if you can. sean hannity live in new york rates be one great show, best to you and hannity. we begin with a fox news alert. we have major breaking news, breaking right now, as we now come on the air tonight, joining us with the story, judicial watch president tom fitton. tom, the stress breaking, what i've been able to read in short order is incredible. what do you have? >> more documents out of the obama state department showing that christopher steele, glenn s simpson had special access to a person called jonathan weiner who was the libya guy in the john kerry state department, and he was working with victoria nuland and a top aide for steny
hoyer, the incoming majority leader at the time, soon made soon to be majority leader at the time, after the election. all about russia and obviously targeting trump. it is just incredible to see, we worry about the justice department at bruce ohr and peter strzok. well, the state department, it was alll hands on deck in terms of targeting president trump. they were meeting with glenn simpson, christopher steele. clinton aides sidney blumenthal and other associatee cody share. there wasas more than one dossi, obviously, going into the fbi and the justice department. not from only christopher steele, but created by the state department itself, targeting trump and the documents show that jonathan weiner was in contact with glenn simpson in september of 2016, who then immediately contacted victoria nuland, a top aide at the state department, and then
after the election, they are working hand in glove with steny hoyer's guy on these russia issues and obviously conveying information that they were gaining from christopher steele, who was extremely close to jonathan weiner. jonathan weiner was christopher t steele's contact at the state department going back a number of years. >> sean: let me ask you couple ofhave a these, when weiner is writing to ginsberg to christopher steele, he's a friend of mine, very high end business service based in london, formerly worked for u.k. government, i spoke to him, it's complicated. at another point in another email about steele, request for contact, specific contracts onrl behalf of the u.s. world bank, international monetary fund. you brief the country team, it would be best this not come in from or through any u.s. official but straight on request in light of the impact on
mongolia. i mean, as you have now had more time with these than me, what do you interpret these things to say? >> the steele's relationship with the state department goes back a number of years. he was well-positioned to launder the russia dossier information through this person, jonathan weiner. weiner admitted that he moved some of the information over to the justice department. source steele had this relationship that was long-standing. then comes election time, his contact becomes his vehicle to t launder the information into the justice department and the fbi,w and into working with, directly to victoria nuland, another top state department official, and weiner, who was no business doing this as the libya coordinator at the state department, on the russia issues with steny hoyer's top guy. the question i have when you take a step back from a cup because we've seen other documents, the state departmentd
material to friendly's in congress, classified information, just before president trump's inauguration. i want to know what democrats in congress knew what and when about the dossier. it's pretty clear they were in on it just as much as comey, strzok, page, the clinton and dnc. >> sean: let me ask you one more question. when you say these documents show fusion gps and clinton bought and paid for by fchristopher steele had a close relationship with the obama state department, and the state department under john kerry is emerging as another center in all of this as it relates to going against president trump, and weiner writing an op-ed claiming that christopher steele and clinton confidant sid vicious blumenthal approached him with separate dossiers, let's try this together if you can. >> there was more than one dossier.
you had the steele dossier, it looks like you had a dossier created by jonathan weiner at the state department, using as a source, not only steele, but folks like sidney blumenthal, clinton aide, and cody share, who goes back a long time with the clinton group. this is just incredible in the sense that everyone has been thinking that at the justice department and the fbi, that is where all the bad activities were taking place. secretary pompeo needs to be working with ag barr as closely as any other agency head in terms of decoding the deep state conspiracy against then candidate trump and president trump and they were desperate to get this information out to their friendly democrats on the hill just before drop was inaugurated. it was not to help president trump. it was to destroy him and undermine him. >> sean: tom fitton, judicial watch, he will be gusting with uss in the next
couple of days. it's getting very interesting, without a doubt, a deep state reckoning, it's happening before our very eyes. the single biggest abuse of power scandal in american history is about to be laid bare for all to see. sources tonight are confirming to me that things are most likely even worse than we originally thought.we we had that new letter from the assistant attorney general, stephen boyd, revealing that the doj's investigations into the origins of the russia probe is broader in scope, multifaceted, and that is not all. according to boyd, the investigation will cover, "activities of u.s. and foreign intelligence services as well as nongovernmental organizations and individuals. now here is what likely this all means. the attorney general along with u.s. attorney john doran, they are now investigating how foreign spyen agencies, allies f the united states, were used likely by obama administration's top officials in the intel community, to spy on trump and the trump campaign.
the trump transition team and the trump residency. in other words, to explain this, this investigation is now examining how high-ranking intel officials literally were outsourcing what is politically motivated, dirty work to spy agencies, and friendly countries, clearly to circumvent american laws and to the civil of the american citizens, and use in an effort to rake a presidential election. that isow not how deep this possibly goes. that would mean people like comey and john brennan and clapper may want to pay close attention because this is not looking good for any of them at this hour. we now know the attorney general has requested that america's intelligence agencies do these three specific things: one, preserve all relevant records, two, ensure the availability of witnesses that may be pertinent to the review, three, begin identifying and assembling all the material that may be relevant to this fall, conference of review.
and there is more. this very same letter, the assistant ag, stephen boyd, is outlining that the investigation is "a collaborative, ongoing effort between the departments team and the intelligence community as well as foreign actors." like we were just talking about. once out for an actor, we all know about, christopher steele. he sought to be interviewed by american investigators in coming days, and as you know by now, he was the former spy, foreign spy, mi6, paid by hillary clinton, paid by the dnc, even paid by the fbi at one point, to createe that dirty russian dossier. the one that, oh, even "the new york times" says most likely russian disinformation from the beginning. we certainly know it was full of lies, misinformation, and propaganda. he says himself, christopher steele, he has no idea if any of this is true, none whatsoever. in an interrogatory in great britain. this is the same, unverifiable information that even its own author won't confirm that in
fact was used by james comey, the fbi director at the time, to secure their first fisa warrant in october of 2016 against not only trump campaign associate carter page, but it opened a backdoor to spy on the entire trump campaign. then the entire trump transition team.. then the entire trump white house when he became president. so let's be clear, 99.9% of american intelligence officers, workers in this country, they perform dangerous and courageous work. they use the best skills in the industry to serve , the surveile tools, to keep americans safe from terrorism, hostile actors at home and abroad. about the height of the 2016 election, just a few select high-ranking bad actors, they abused all of these powerful tools of intelligence that we entrust to them, and it's clear tonight they trampled on the rights of many americans. they committed what it is
clearly a premeditated fraud on fisa court judges to illegally obtain warrants with information they knew was false. by the way, they withheld that from the judges. they used their top-secret access as a backdoor into the communications in the trump campaign, trump transition, and even a trial presidency. remember, watergate was nothing but a bungled burglary. these actions represent what would be a clear and present danger to our constitutional republic. these tools of intelligence are so powerful. it's that serious. that's not all. they used undercover informants to spy on multiple trump officials on yet another intention of my content to spy on team trump. they spread christopherto steels lies throughout the federal government and licked it to the press to influence a 2016 election. yes, it looks like they used foreign intelligence agencies to spy and american so they can circumvent the american constitution and american laws and is associated, they were
going after with donald trump. sadly what i just outlined is likely just the tip of the iceberg. this is dangerous, this is criminal conduct, from top officials of the u.s. government and the biden-obama government. the coming weeks, months, barr and storeroom will conduct a thh investigation. we will get the justice preyed on this information, we take government accountability and the powerful tools of intelligence that are designed to protect us, not be abused. we take it all seriously. however, that is not the case among democrats on the hill. we sell this on display yesterday, jerry nadler dusting off the cobwebs and the mothballs on a felon from a known liar who obstructed justice,st every republicans woe than watergate, john the income so we could compare trump to richard nixon in front of the house judiciary committee, just like it compared george w. bush to nixon also. an embarrassing political circus and stunt, just one more part of
the democrats part two slayer, spanner , smart trump at every turn. this is all about politics 2020. this is all where they're focuses. democrats are now attempting to investigate, believe it or not, the russia hoax, for yet a fifth time. today they move forward with a plan. they want to go after the ag and former white house counsel donald mcgahn and contempt and hold him in contempt for refusing to participate in a sham hearings. meanwhile, congressman cummings is planning to hold more sham hearings, barr and commerce secretary and contempt for not turning over documents related to the u.s. census, of all things. asas per usual, democrats are abusing their power to turn the government into a weapon against political opponents. we'll have a lot more than that in a moment. first we turn to the 2020 campaign trail watch were sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe biden made several rare appearances today in iowa in the so-called
democratic front runners first event, it attracted a whopping less than 200 people. that is on the high side. 200. that is it. this was a speech heavily promoted by his friends in the media mob. compare that to any trump rally. compare that to the outside of a trump rally. there was a massive enthusiasm gap for crazy uncle joe and probably for good reason. not only does biden carry the weight of those historically awful obama-biden track record with the vice president, former vice president, doesn't exactly inspire any voters. todayy all 85 at one rally and attendees were treated to a rambling 25 minute speech were sleepy, creepy, crazy uncle joe called president trump an existential threat to the country. such a powerful statement by uncle joe. >> i believe that the president is literally an existential threat to america.
he is a genuine threat to our core values. america was built the way we were built based on core values. decency, honor, leaving no one behind, realizing that there are things that are bigger than you and y america. we have to get together, we have to cooperate. this is a guy who does everything to separate and epfrighten people. it's about fear and loathing. >> sean: sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe is apparently not happy c that president trump, well, he continues to question his competency for office. all we need do is look back atal the eight prior years when they were in office. yeah, a disaster. take a look. >> i'd rather run against i think by denying anybody. i think he's the weakest mentally. i like running against people that are weak mentally. i think joe is the weakest up here. the other ones have much more energy. i don't agree with their policies. but i think joe is a man -- i
call him 1% joe prayed until obama came along, he did not do very well for you to thought that china was not a competitor of ours. joe biden is a dummy. joe biden thought china was not a competitor. china made $500 billion over a short period of time against obama, biden, and for many, many years. >> sean: after decades in the swamp, crazy joe biden has acquired, well, a ton of baggage, much like hillary clinton, it could be his downfall. last night, hbo's bill maher actually admitted what we have been saying, that hillary clinton was a terrible candidate. she also obstructed justice while, of course, taking a shot at trump. she did obstruct justice and cheated commit felonies. take all, look. >> there's a lot of reasons why the democrats lost, and many of them were hillary was a terrible candidate. that is true. >> she did not help the situation with the emails. and her actions. >> absolutely. she committed obstruction of
justice. now trump did, i think, much worse fashion but smashing up your phones and your hard drive -- >> >> sean: hat tip to bill maher. he told the truth. a guy on the left told the street on truth. go ahead, try it yourself. see if you delete subpoenas and emails, acid wash the hard drive, and postoperative vices, remove sim cards after they are subpoenaed. good luck to you. more reaction to that later in the program. joiningoi us now with a lot more reaction, our top story, ohio congressman jim jordan, fox news and investigative reporter sara carter is with us. we begin with you. we styou were there for the cir. you got a guy that we know like 19 times, obstructed justice, felon, every republican president is worse than watergaterg. >> the fundamental issue, the president was falsely accused of
the narrative. you investigate the false accusations or do you investigate something bob mueller has already spent 22 months on end game back and said there was no collusion and did not indict on any obstruction of justice? so the democrats, they are going to do the latter, they are going to focus on continuing to do what muellerer has done, and thk about these three key facts. they have memorandums of understanding between the respective chairman on how they will coordinate their effort tot go after the president, they bring in michael cohen, who was sitting in prison too lying in congress, their first star witness and their second star witness is, as you point out, john dean, who pled guilty to obstruction of justice and of course he came in yesterday to supposedly give this information on obstruction of justice. so this is just what they are going to do and it's wrong and the american people understand it. >> sean: the fbi investigation, the house until investigation, bipartisan senate investigation, mueller report, four conclusions. they want a fifth investigation. >> exactly right. >> sean: you don't get another two over. i think the president and his team are right.
they will have no part of aridentified every aspect of it. sara, your quick reaction, i know it's just breaking, to tom fitton, judicial watch, and you had a column out today aboutr barr advises trump to invoke cummings privilege as land the contempt fold. explain? >> first, tom fitton's information that he talks about regarding state department officials, and the genesis o actually of this origination of this investigation into president trump. i truly believe and i've been speakingo to sources all day today, sean, one in fact is a tstate department official, someone that was there during the obama administration. said to me, the genesis of this investigation will begin and end with members of the state department. that isin how serious this is. and that is why, as we look at the scope of this investigation, and i'm sure john durham as well attorney general william barr are looking at this, it is not just going to be about what happened with the fbi.
it's going to be about who was involved, also at state, doj, as far as john brennan, clapper, all those other characters. >> sean: let me ask a question to both of you. do you both believe at this point that, in fact, in an attempt to circumvent american law, american constitutional rights, civil liberties of americans, do you believe that there was the outsourcing of intelligence gathering by top intelligence officialsls in this country to allied countries like italy, britain, and australia,ha and if true, what does that mean? sara, you are shaking your head. we'll begin with you. d>> absolutely. part of this investigation should be requesting from our allies overseas exactly what was asked of them. think about this, what they could have asked was, could you please monitor this person because we believe these russin or these people are connected to something that is going on in the united states with the
election. i believe that some of our allies had no idea in the beginning what they were actually doing. i believe some of those allies were very upset about the fact that they found out that they were part -- they were coerced into basically gathering intelligence on a presidential campaign. i believee those allies, based n people that are still going, will come clean and tell they doj exactly what happened. >> sean: jim jordan, go ahead. >> understand this fundamental fact. the fbi was on notice prior to october 21st, 2016. prior to going to the fisa court. they were on notice from both of the department of justice and the state department about christopher steele. p the key player in this, the guy who put together the dossier, who was paid for by the clintons. they were on notice for all kinds of problems but when they went to the court, they did not tell the court to the clinton campaign paid for the documents. hrey did until the court that christopher steele was biased so much so that he communicated directly to the fbi, the doj, as
he was desperate to stop trump and they didn't tell the court that he had been terminated -- >> sean: here's my question, does it go further? >> at may. that is why we have to know -- >> sean: jim jordan, how do you interpret this letter and what is being said by the deputy attorney general when they are talking about other intelligence people, who are they talking about? >> i think they are talking about this as -- this lady was put next to george papadopoulos pretending to be somebody else, got to be talking about that, looking at joseph misfud, the guy whose names come up all the time -- >> sean: do you think they outsource intelligence gathering? >> i do not know. i think bill barr and john durham and the folks at the justice department are asking the right questions. that is what you have to do an investigation. ask the right questions, get the facts, get the information, and each and every day, we learn more. s>> sean: i ask all the time, do you think i am over the target? >> you are. >> sean: i want to know if i am over the target? thank you all for being with us. we get senator lindsey graham's
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>> sean: [laughs] i'm just telling you, joe biden is not going to be able to handle what is coming his way. anyway the president in iowa today going after joe biden's record, which is atrocious, along with barack obama. there was a reaction to all of this and more, senate judiciary committee chairman -- you know, it just cracks me up. [laughs] lindsey graham is with us. i think uncle joe was in a fight he's not ready for. [laughter] senator, good to see you. let me ask you what we are talking about in the last segment, that is the deputy attorney general's letter yesterday. the new developments by judicial watch tonight, the seriousness of which this now has taken on. >> so horwitz will be coming out soon, i hope, with his, internal review of the fisa warrant applications, whether or not the court was defrauded by the department of justice and the fbi. durham is going to look at all
things criminal. he's on the case. the collusion narrative has died with the mueller report. the corruption narrative is growing every day when you find more emails like you had tonight freda >> sean: i often refer to your questioning of the attorney general about mueller, about the investigation into hillary, about fisa abuse, the origins of their probe. he gave you all the answers. and now it appears he is implementing what seems to be an exhaustive, top to bottom investigation into all things serious. do you believe what he talks about, the deputy attorney general, in that letter that he is referring to the possibility of outsourced intelligence gathering to circumvent american law? >> may be so. maybe getting foreign governments to do things that we can't do, which every american should be concerned about. every american should be concerned about whether or not the fisa court, which is a secret court, was lied to about
the source of information used together a warrant. every american should be worried about whether or not our government tried to get some foreign government to do things that we are prohibited of doing by law. >> sean: senator, based on what we know now, closed-door testimony, bruce ohr, august 2016, you warned everybody, christopher steele's motives, it is not verified, hillary paid for it. then the state department meeting the one kathleen x, twof weeks before the first fisa application, staunch warning, don't trust this guy, but political. comey signed the first fisa application. we now know it is unverifiable document and not even its own author stands by it. how is that not a premeditated fraud, fisa court, not just to take away the civil liberties of one carter page, but also a backdoor into the trump campaign, transition, and even presidency? >> i can only imagine if the
names were changed and this was about republicans doing what you just described to a democrat, it would be front page news all over the world. the only place you could find it is on your show and a few other shows. i don't know how we get around the fact that comey tells the president in january 2017, here's the dossier, -- >> sean: unverified. >> unverified. that same document was the reason a warrant was issued four times and under oath, comey tells the fisa court, it's reliable enough to get a warrant, so i don't know how you square that circle. that is why we have horwitz, that is what my committee will be looking at. >> sean: senator , is there not, at this point, incontrovertible evidence -- if it's unverifiable, it's the bulk of the dossier about the grassley-graham memo, the bulk of information, that is a premeditated fraud against the court. how is it anything else?
give me any possible theory! >> all i can tell you for sure is that we know that steele went to the state department trying to get the state department to release the dossier before the election because he wanted trump to lose, and the state department told the fbi about this encounter ten dayshe before they saw a warrant. we know in august, as you said before, bruce ohr tells the fbi doj, you got to watch steele, he's out to get trump., i don't know how you explain all this stuff other than it's just a fraud on the court. a political agenda -- >> senator, what if i did this? what would happen to me? >> you wouldn't have a show. >> sean: what i be living in a different place? >> i would not be playing cards with you anytime soon. >> sean: ever again. now my back is better. not when i wanted it to be better. >> we'll do this again. >> sean: let me ask you on your end, now we've got durham, we've got horowitz, we've got
john huber, we've got the attorney general, durham, also have your committee, which will be leading in all of these investigations. how deep and how far will you go back? to me, if we have equal justice and application of our laws, it has to be in the beginning. >> you got to find out how the clinton investigation began and how it ended. >> sean: do you think it was very good? >> i i think it is pretty clearo me that if you want her to win, you can't indict her. the main reason she wasn't is becauseh a crime were investigating her, they wanted trump to lose in her to win rates we won 100 million to zero. isn't that true? the people that were voting for donald trump smelly walmart shoppers like me? >> these are the same people that did the clinton email investigation, the counterintelligence investigation,nt the warrants, e all same people. >> sean: amazing. we will be watching closely. you have made a commitment.
we appreciate your diligence to keep up on this. all right, this is one for the ages. you have the number one braswell new mexico nbc chief conspiracy theorist is now going to moderate a democratic presidential debate. i'll explain in a mini monologue. later, hollywood leftist alec baldwin picking a fight withik mike huckabee. wait until you see the details.e i'm going to play my favoriteti all-time alec baldwin tape. straight ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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constant 24/7, every second, minute, hour, every day, the anti-trump's mere media mom. they are nothing more than an extension of the new radical extreme democratic socialist party. they are literally one team repeating the same talking points, living in the same echo chamber. tonight it is honestly more than ever. i could not believe reading it but it's true. nbc has now released its moderator lineup for the up the upcoming democratic debate later thisis month. it literally includes the chief conspiracy theorist, yes, braswell rachel maddow, along with chuck todd. savannah guthrie, lester holt. didn't we tell you this would happen? that the media would refuse to hold any of their fake news fanatics accountable for your tinfoil hat rachel maddow, the single biggest liar, conspiracy the country, the person, the one person that
pushed the russia gate lies night after night after night after night for over two years. here's a small sample reminder. >> we are about to find out if the new president of our country is going to do what russia wants once he's commander in chief of the u.s. military. military. >> we haven't ever had to reckon with the possibility that somebody has ascended to the presidency of the united states to serve the interests of another party rather than our own. what is the corrective to that? how do you remedy that? these are no longer hypothetical questions. this is where we are. the presidency is effectually a russian. it is negative 50 degrees in the dakotas right now. what would happen if russia killed the power in fargo today? >> sean: okay, nbc, they are reporting that fake news by giving more airtime and putting her in a position of being a
moderator. you have to wonder, you work at fake news nbc, maybe you consider yourself a real reporter, i wonder how those people are feeling tonight. how do the real reporter's feel, if there are any left, being passed over for the job by braswell maddow the conspiracy theorist? now that media dilution does not stop there because according to cnn's jimmy acosta, the price is as fair as ever, saying ended interview, "i have never witnessed a concerted effort by any news organization to take a stand one way or the other on a political issue to damage one particular party or help another."" okay. i don't know what world he's living in. how can one person be that out of touch? i think he actually believes his own bowl. literally, within hours of the interview being published, thisi banner appeared on fake news cnn, it reads, "breaking news: tied into advisory trump in iowa." sounds like taking a position,
jimmy. along with the rest of the networks never ending attacks, launching a political which will likely never seen in american politics, reporting lie after lie after lie with breathless hysteria and glee every night, smearing justice kavanaugh, attacking the covington kids, where drinking worshiping at the altar of michael avenatti, letting him spew one false accusation after another, the media's work list price is more probable than ever, leading to an all-out credibility crisis and in outright ratings collapse of both of these fake news networks becausese we, the american people, we see you fake news fraudsters for who you are. nothing but political activists dying to take down trump in 2020. here are the reaction, and america first senior advisor sean spicer, cohost of "the five" and five different shows, "watters world," jesse watters is with us. sean spicer, i'm thinking, it fits perfectly.
here's what we will do. we'll have a debate moderated by me, the great one, rush limbaugh, jesse can join us. laura and tucker great house that? >> you know my position on that. i was in favor of it. here's the thing, i will shock you. i'm excited that rachel maddow will be on that stage. one, it exposes nbc, who's always been very clear that theree is a bifurcation between news and opinion. that argument goes out the door now because these debates that are supposed to be news oriented are clearly now a blend of both. it's fine but it undermines the entire argument. the second thing is, rachel maddow is so extreme that she is going to get up there on stage and each one of those candidates is going to have to pay homage to her, and in doing so, it is going to drag them further to the left and expose the socialism that they will advocate for. it puts president trump in a much better position. >> sean: go ahead. >> i just think oft this benefis because the american people this
time around are going to have a very clear choice, the accomplishments of this president over the last four years are what the democrats are offering, and having rachel maddow up there questioning them, dragging them further and further to the extreme left, showing the clear choice of this election, it's exactly what i want to see. >> sean: sure, jesse. >> i think nbc has to rehab rachel because she shattered her credibility, or profitability. all of her ratings. right now, not even "new york times" reporters are allowed to go on her show because she is so french and she lies to her audience for two years. h so nbc has to realign your brand with the news division to resuscitate her because right now she's losing money for them and prime time. they have so much invested in rachel, they can't afford another catastrophe. they are being sued by covington -- listen, sean, nbc news has a big problem here. they are being sued by the
covington voice for about $250 million. they spiked the weinstein expose come they gambled and lost on megyn kelly, they lost matt lauer, brian williams flamed out at 6:30, they can't afford another lost problem with her biggestlo star. >> sean: imploding bodies where there is no water. you can see it. last bird, sean spicer. i agree. 90% plus an poll after poll showing this president faces enormous headwinds with a media that is against him from day one. i think this is going to continue to expose the clear choice that this president and a democrat willem give us next selection cycle. >> sean: thank you both for being with us. great observations.wh when we come back from a hollywood trump hater alec baldwin is at it again, and myag favorite alec baldwin tape of all time. as a matter of fact, what are the greatest radio moments in
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♪ >> sean: alec baldwin played in a twitter freak out last night, naturally unleashing an unhedged ranch directed at people with people who disagrees with his politics, this time for targeting mike huckabee and his daughter sarah sanders, writinga "who knows what the future holds. i tell you what it should hold. that you who have sucked out government paycheck out of the economy, a dreadful lieutenant governor and governor, and that daughter of yours, a mouthpiece for fascism, that you go away, just go away."ay he seems to be grasping for relevancect as his acting career goes the way of his radio h career. my favorite tape of all time.
this might even beat out rush, howard stern, for the best tape and all of radio. take a listen. >> and can we take some calls? >> whenever we want. >> do we have calls that are on there yet? >> no calls yet. >> what number to people call? >> it's right there. >> t do i have the call number n front of me? i'm so sorry. that's interesting. interesting. we have any calls yet there? no calls. let's read some more about scientology. it is a sean hannity a scientologist? alec baldwin posing the big questions tonight here. do we have any calls here, i've been? >> for going on. >> boy, it's just incredible. >> sean: he did not get a call the whole show. then he had to call his mother. then the night me and the great one, we called in, he was auditioning, and he walked out of his own audition and quit. anyway. fellow comedian bill maher was on fake news cnn last night blasting far left political
correct -- maybe alec should take a hint. take a look. >> a lot of those far left political correctness is a cancer on progressivism. i think when you talk to trump supporter's, they are not blind to his myriad flaws, but one thing they always say is, he's not politically correct. i don't think you can underestimate -- overestimate how much people have been choking on political correctness and hate it. >> sean: choking on political correctness and hating it. fox news contributor dan bongino joining us,d lisa boothe. dan, he stumbled onto a couple of truths last night. it's interesting, back in his "politically incorrect" days, conservatives like me and rush hated him but defended him. liberals were nowhere to be found when it really comes to freedom of speech.nd he admitted, hillary did obstruct justice. kind of rare for a liberal. >> yeah, bill maher is an interesting guy when it comes to free speech. he's against boycotts, which i know you are as well.
you guys are completely dead set against them, and he's been consistent. you guys share almost nothing in comic ideologically. you can agree on that. but he's right about this political correctness and the culture. the best analogy, it's like a guided missile, holds on dumb e.icons onto a target, but it cn change course midflight. meaning it changes rules on you midflight. we see this with the language.he they change the rules midflighty they say, you can't use the energy pronouns anymore. everybody's looking at each other, like, what? emg pronouns for hundreds of years. what are you talking about? youth eventually catching up with them. >> sean: sometimes i listen to howard stern, i don't even want to call attention to it because he's like the one guy that just says it all and gets away with it. anybody else cannot get away with it because especially
conservatives, they are taping every second, minute, hour, so they can catch you come up i got you, get you canned. >> i think that's part of the reason why people like president trump because he said what was on his mind and also americans believe that he was authentic. especially conspiratorss into hillary clinton, who was afraid of her own journal, changed her opinion, but her finger to the windin and changed her opinion based on what you thought the democratic party wanted. bill maher is spot on. political correctness is not just a cancer to the left, it's a cancer for the country and it's gotten so bad as a society that we can say things that are objectively true. >> sean: o lisa, i don't like bill maher so i don'ton have to watch them. nobody has to watch anything or listen to anything they don't want to watch or listen to. that is called freedom! how about you use your freedom? >> here's the problem. we've gotten so bad as a country with political correctness, we can't say things that are objectively true. for instance, that a biological
man is going to have a competitive advantage, competing against women in sports. for instance -- look at dan bongino. do you think -- he will have ha competitive advantage over someone like me, if we were in a track race together or playing any sort of sport. it is idiotic to say anything otherwise. we as a society are conditioned to somehow believe that stating the objective truth is offensive. it's insane, it's a distortion of the truth and is unhealthy for the country. >> sean: dan, last word. you've been through this yourself. >> oh, my gosh, repeatedly. it gets old. bill maher has another good point. to stop this, you need one person with enough clout, donald trump type, the social media era with his media presence, to just say, listen, i don't care about your new rules. that's dumb. it's down stupid and are not going to do it. all of a sudden everybody realizes the emperor has no clothes on and they are like, the emperor has no clothes. it's as simple as that and he's right, he nailed it. trump is that guy. he does not care. >> sean: that is what people
>> sean: all right. presidential candidate kristin gillibrand explained her title as tonight's villain of the day. now for insulting all pro life people by comparing them to the worst of society. unbelievable. >> i think there's some issues that have such moral clarity that we have as a society to decide that the other side decided is not acceptable. like it's okay to appoint a judge that is racist or homophobic. all of these ultra radical
conservatives to impose their faith on americans is unconstitutional. >> sean: i'll let that speak for itself. that's all we have time for. we will never be the rage destroy trump media mob but let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham is next. >> laura: i hope she's not getting her acceptance speech for the dnc. i don't think that will be happening. >> sean: i'm on team laura ingraham team on that one. >> laura: thanks. good show. >> sean: thank you. >> laura: i'm laura ingraham. what a show we have for you. what is behind joe biden's sudden reemergence after weeks of hiding? my angle reveals all. and would biden be vulnerable with african americans versus trump? round two between candice owens and cornel