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but if you are not surprised, clinton crime family, kellyanne conway says the president wants everything investigated. >> mark: thanks for that. tune in each night to the show that is the sincere and sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness, and groupthink. sean hannity is here. >> sean: market, it took me a year to get tucker to hit the post. i will get you on the post at some point. i don't know when. >> mark: over run 3 minutes tomorrow. >> sean: great. take it away. great show, good to see you. >> mark: all yours. buckle up. >> sean: yeah, buckle up. a lot of breaking news in the deep state. a horrific disaster this weekend for sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe biden. the media mob is even sicker. everything they are saying and doing. they are never going to admit they are wrong. they've peddled lies, conspiracy theories, a hoax. now they've just doubled down on all of them. it will be that way from now until election day.
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they won't take a day off, they won't take a second off. i promise you. but we start tonight in new york city where there is a prison that we were told is so secure, so impenetrable, that it has been compared to guantanamo bay. since the 1970s, it has locked up the most notorious gangsters, terrorists, ponzi scheme con man bernie madoff, and even el chapo. for decades, the metropolitan center has been the single most trusted prison for america's high risk criminals before and after they are brought to justice in the court of law. but now, ultra wealthy convicted pedophile jeffrey epstein was found dead in his cell. new york post reporting that epstein was hung from a bedsheet he allegedly tried to kill bed sheet for my bunk. himself just days before, what now many are saying is a bizarre move, he was recently taken off
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suicide watch, was in a cell without anyone else, and epstein had been behind bars since july 6th when he was charged with sex trafficking of teenage girls. he was accused of running a year's worth long scheme involving the exploitation of dozens of young girls, as young as 12 and 13. epstein was denied bail because of the severity of his crimes. his near infinite wealth posed a serious flight risk. the media now obsessed with the story because of epstein's high-profile friends. his rolodex was full of politicians, movie stars, billionaires. we'll have more on that in a moment. he owned a private jet. some call that the lolita express. he had property in paris, one of the largest trump's in new york city, 8,000-acre ranch in new mexico, an oceanfront beach in palm florida and a large private island, his own island, in the caribbean, nicknamed orgy island. and today, a dozen fbi agents were spotted on the island,
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some were canvassing the 70-acre property and golf course. others were seen off the coast searching under water. we don't know what the agents are looking for but a previous warrant was carried out weeks ago on that orgy island as well as other properties that were owned by epstein. tonight, we can only tell you what we do know. epstein's autopsy is still pending. there were reportedly no cameras inside his cell. let's be clear. there are wild conspiracies out there. a lot of people, a lot of talk, a lot of chatter, well, we are not engaging that. that's what the media mob does every day. this is what we do know. there were serious issues at the metropolitan correctional center, including broken protocol, staffing shortages, some guards forced to work with what they call extreme over time. with little sleep, look, i know this from my own personal life, background and experience, my mother was a prison guard. she worked 16 hour shifts, seven days a week, months on end. it was a tiring position. they were always understaffed.
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and with that said, this apparent suicide in this present condition is unacceptable. we deserve answers. epstein's victims, more than anybody, as attorney general barr said, they deserve justice. joining us now with the very latest, our west coast newsroom reporter, our own trace gallagher. trace, getting more and bizarre and strange by the second. apparently also they are for hours. >> yeah. and the idea is, a plane is never crashed by one thing. it's always a series of events and this case is very much the same. beginning back on july 23rd when jeffrey epstein was found with bruises on his neck, epstein said he was beaten up but the injuries were treated as self-inflicted and he was placed on suicide watch, meaning 24-hour surveillance. after psychological assessments and pressure from epstein's attorney, the suicide watch was dropped and the 66-year-old sex offender was put in special housing with a cellmate, which
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is policy. but for unknown reasons, the cellmate transferred out and at the time of his death, epstein was alone. the jail assured of the department of justice that epstein would be checked every 30 minutes. when he was found unresponsive, he had not been checked for several hours. the union representing the guards blames understaffing, saying the two guards on duty at the time were working overtime. one was doing an 80 hour a week. still, experts say ignoring such a high-profile inmate is unheard of. the autopsy, as you mentioned, is complete but results are pending because the medical examiner needs more information and exactly how long before the guards found him unresponsive and how long he had been unresponsive remains very unclear tonight. >> sean: very unclear certainly. they are awaiting toxicology reports, if there was anything in his system, we will continue to monitor. thank you very much. if the allegations are in fact true and jeffrey epstein did not act alone, many individuals were likely
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complicit or participated in the sexual abuse of children but for years, epstein and others, they have evaded justice. in 2008, after a criminal investigation discovered epstein's rampant abuse of young girls, well, he struck as a very favorable plea deal serving only 13 months in jail while getting to go to work every day. well, no coconspirators were even charged. it was an absolute injustice. and for years, a dangerous unrepentant predator roamed the streets. while epstein is now dead, the attorney general of the united states is now dedicated to getting to the truth and he had a strong message for any coconspirators, they should be very worried tonight. here's the attorney general. >> i was appalled and indeed the whole department was and frankly, angry to learn of the mcc's failure to adequately secure this prisoner. we are now learning of serious
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irregularities at this facility that are deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation. let me assure you, this case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with epstein. any coconspirators should not rest easy. the victims deserve justice and they will get it. >> sean: the victims deserve justice. that is a promise from the attorney general. serious irregularities, by the way. we need to figure out what they all were. this weekend also the attorney general ordered the inspector general to investigate epstein's death and you just heard it, the federal investigation into these egregious crimes is still very much ongoing. we will have more on that in a moment. first, we do have a big update on the never-ending witch hunt. look at this brand-new report from "the washington post." democrats, they are asking a federal judge to force ex-white house counsel don
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mcgahn to testify. now get this, even though mcgahn denied he witnessed any violation of the law and that the president told him to, "cooperate fully with the special counsel." at this point, democrats, they don't want to hear the truth. for them, this is one ongoing never ending, every second, every minute of hour of every 24-hour day, political smear campaign. what are they ever going to do to help the american people? when are they going to serve their constituents? that's not going to happen until the 4,992nd investigation into finding no trump-russia collusion or obstruction of any kind. here with the very latest, fox news investigative reporter, sara carter. [no audio]
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their mind, they are just not going to have him talk to the committee. he's basically thwarting nadler's requests. it will appear that nadler will have a lot more fight in the courtroom before that happens. even if the judge does compel him to speak, nadler's attorneys are oppressed in saying that unless the white house changes their mind, they are just not going to have him talk to the committee. >> sean: we have to remember, he was the white house counsel. over million and a half documents handed over. personally, i can't believe that they didn't invoke executive privilege, especially for the white house counsel. 30 plus hours before mueller, his lawyer said he saw no crimes of the president.
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this is now beyond a witch hunt. this is now presidential harassment. clearly they have no interest in serving the american people. >> that's right. this is attorney client privilege and what don mcgahn is saying is that when he spoke to about president trump is their attorney-client privilege that he should not be compelled to speak before the committee to begin with. president trump was not accused of obstruction, he did not obstruct justice, there was no conspiracy with russia, and so, this is just another attempt by nadler to keep pushing this issue forward. an issue that is dead. it's like beating a dead horse and unfortunately, for nadler, and unfortunately for mcgahn, this is not the end of it. >> sean: i will make a prediction. don mcgahn will not be before the committee and if he is, they will not be saying anything they want him to say. but the fact that the president told him to fully cooperate and he denies he ever saw or
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witnessed and he's a lawyer, and he is the white house counsel, and he gave mueller 30 hours, the american people need to see this for what it is. this is now everything is 2020. everything through the prism of 2020. sara carter, thank you. and when it comes to jeffrey epstein, there are definitely a lot of unanswered questions tonight. as we speak, yes, the media mob is going wild with conspiracies, speculations, they are obsessed with epstein's mysterious wealth, his high-profile connections. in fact, former president bill clinton flew on epstein's lolita express over two dozen times. high-profile hollywood actors including kevin spacey also apparently flew on his plane. many others took trips to orgy island. donald trump, well, he knew epstein himself. epstein would sometimes hang out at mar-a-lago. over 15 years ago, donald trump threw him out of mar-a-lago. why? he banned him from the club after complaints that he was mistreating the staff. good for the president.
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by the way, where's the media reporting on that information? over the years, epstein donated millions of dollars to different foundations, charities, political campaigns, he donated both democrats and republicans. tonight, we won't speculate beyond the facts as we know them but at this hour, well, the most important fact is that the attorney general of the united states, bill barr, is on the case, he has now involved in the inspector general, he has now pledged to victims that he will get to the bottom of it and in the end, we have to hope justice will be served. here now with reaction, formal police commissioner of new york city. bernie kerrick is with us. former independent counsel, by the way, one of jeffrey epstein's previous lawyers, ken starr. former florida attorney general pam boundy. a lot of aspects of this, ken starr will be honest, to me, everything i right, everything i thought, i believe in due process, i believe in presumption of innocence. everything i seen points to a
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lot of smoke involving this man and young girls. i'm surprised you were representing him. everyone deserves a defense but what can you tell us about him? >> well, i was in fact brought in in florida to address one specific issue and that is whether the issue should be handled by the state. there is no question. there were serious issues and he was accepting the responsibility for those in palm beach county but the issue was, should there be a federal offense as well. but we are going to see what all of these facts are. these are all new facts and thank you for saying it. you believe in the presumption of innocence and you believe in due process and so i'm very happy that the attorney general, who's a man of his word, is going to get to get to the bottom of how this happened. these regularities of great concern. they should be of great concern to all of us but especially in light of the fact that jeffrey epstein was in this very precarious situation and he deserved protection. he also deserved monitoring.
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so we shall see. there are a lot of questions. but i must say, i'm very distressed by the very fact that the day after, he was visiting with his defense lawyers, and he is found dead. that strikes me as very, very concerning. >> sean: bernie kerik, most people know you for your heroism on 9/11 and you and the mayor giuliani, risking their lives. you are right there, ground zero, at the time, he barely escaped with your life that day but many may not know that you ran the department of prisons for new york for some period of time as well. how many years? >> i had rikers and the department of corrections for six years involving 133,000 inmate admissions a year and about 13,000 staff members. >> sean: a lot of people, some of the toughest. look at rikers, some of the toughest prisons in the country. you know this facility well. let's talk specifically about
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the decisions that you saw that were made here especially in light of what had happened just two short weeks ago. >> i think there's a couple of things that the attorney general is going to focus on. primarily, who authorized him to come off of suicide watch, was he put into a buddy system? was there a secondary person in that cell? the reporting as there was. that person was removed. i can tell you, i know that housing area was in quite well. in the north side and the south side of the hallway where those cells are, there are cameras overhead. so you will be able to see who went in the cell, who came out of the cell, there is no camera facing in the cell so you wouldn't see inside. >> sean: but we would know the time that he was last checked on. look, this is kind of personal for me because my mother did this and my mother worked 4:00 to 12:00, and midnight to
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8:00, and she worked 16 hour shifts constantly. she had rounds. she described it. she was making rounds all throughout the night, checking every cell, checking if they were asleep, if there is any activity. it was her job to go over and make sure nothing horrible was happening. all of those things, there was a redundancy of what they did every night and it had to be done in a timely manner and from what i recall, they were checking who checked when and where and when and they had to write it all down and chronicle it. >> that area that he was in, nine south, historically those bed checks are 15 to 30 minutes. a bed check is looking into the cell, identifying the person that's in there, and they have to guarantee that they are breathing. if they can't see that they are breathing, once they see the body, they have to wake the person up and make sure they are alive. i can tell you if that was not dawn, that is one of the
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irregularities that the attorney general was talking about. >> sean: pam, let's go back to florida, what many have described as a sweetheart deal. i know we spoke about this before. sometimes, for example, the issue of james comey. probably a perfect case in point. we know that he d government documents. we know that that would violate the espionage act. we know he showed a lack of candor. but the intent side of the law is probably not as serious as, for example, premeditated fraud committed on a fisa court or the outsourcing of intelligence that would be illegal and i have a funny feeling that durham and barr and the inspector general have focused on bigger picture items but still, i've never heard of a deal like that where a guy gets to leave all week long and go to work in his own office and with the allegations as serious as they were down in florida, how did he get that kind of deal in palm beach? >> well, he should have never been released when he was in jail serving his jail time. someone who is accused of
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sex crimes, convicted, should never be on work release. he got a deal and that was due to the sheriff or the department of corrections, not the prosecutors. and then, you have to know, so many more brave victims have come forward. so what do we have now? we have a dead, most likely pedophile coward and we have very brave victims who want to face the person that did this to them. and i hope we have a lot of scared women out there who participated in this. in my experience, what i've seen, some of the worst people out there are the women who go out and procure these young girls because the girls then tend to trust women and they bring these women into this life of human trafficking and bring them to epstein and or his friends. >> sean: that's what supposedly the system was, ken starr. do you feel -- i don't believe in my heart, now
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i have had my issues with the southern district as it relates to some of the matters involving the witch hunt. but, look, that doesn't get any better. the people of come out of the southern district of new york are the top prosecutors in the country. it's indisputable. so i've got to believe that they had a lot of information and from what i have heard, some of the women that were involved, as pam said, procuring these women for him and others, apparently they had flipped. my sources telling me. >> these are serious allegations. this is a totally different set of facts that we had in florida so 20/20 hindsight, we were dealing with the facts that palm beach county prosecutors and investigators had developed and we dealt with those facts. but let's get all of these facts in and yes, no one is approving of this kind of horrible conduct but at the same time, let's just see in fact what did happen. these are the most serious kinds of allegations, they are new
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allegations, these are not the allegations that we were dealing with now almost 15 years ago. >> sean: thank you all for being with us. great perspective. we will have more developments as they become available. and what was probably the single worst gaffe weekend for any politician i have ever seen in my life. crazy crazy sleepy uncle joe, blunder after blunder, we've got it all chronicled. we will get to that in a special monologue and check in with sean spicer. coming up next and much more, straight-ahead. ♪ when we started our business
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♪ >> sean: sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe biden. biggest opponent right now continues to be himself. the so-called democratic front runners still making gaffe after
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gaffe after gaffe, blunder after blunder, getting worse by the day. if i'm donald trump, i'm thinking maybe i want this guy to get the nomination because during a recent campaign event, uncle joe apparently didn't even remember what years he was the vice president.oe he was talking about the tragedy in parkland, florida, in the shooting which occurred a year after he left office. this is what he said about it. >> i watch what happened when the kids from parkland marched up to me and i met with them and then they went off but on the hill to going out to those neighborhoods, all thosehe congress people were like, i'm not here, don't tell them i'm around. they are afraid of it. they should be exposed. >> sean: doesn't stop there. biden is stumbling over his words at almost every event. here's a small little sampleat from iowa. let's take a look at crazy uncle joe now. >> we are. we choose unity over division. we choose science over fiction.
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we choose truth over facts. >> the words that stung the nation, i would argue, i know, shocked the world. international leaders spoke about it. people like margaret thatcher -- excuse me, you have people like the former chairman and leader of the party in germany, you have angela merkel. >> we had this notion that somehow if you are poor, you cannot do it.s re poor kids are just as brave and just as talented as white kids. wealthy kids, black kids, asian kids. >> sean: poor kids are just as bright as white kids and he wasn't vice president during the parkland shooting and he said we choose truth over facts and prime minister thatcher has been gone a long time. didn't we tell you this would happen? that biden would be spinning in a million directions, unable to stay on message. his team is running scared. they don't know what to do at i this point.
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and putting his campaign in nonstop damage control, he did say you can't work it in the dunkin' donuts and 7-eleven unless you've got a slight indian accent. and then he said about barack obama, he's clean and articulate. this is the firstt african-american. this is storybook, man. and of course he wants to take donald trump behind the school. biden can't run on the obama-biden failed record either. f because not only is that a record of failure, let's see, 13 million more americans on food stamps, 8 million more in poverty, lowest labor participation since the '70s, worse recovery since the '40s. donald trump, the best employment situation since 1969. i know, i was eight years old, the mets won the world series. i could tell you the whole lineup. not only that, record low unemploymenty african-americans, hispanic-americans, asian-americans, women in the workplace, and youth unemployment. that didn't happen in the obama-biden years. that happened in the trump years. after the taxes, after massive
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deregulation, after enticing businesses to invest in america again, energy independent for the first time in 75 years and there are energy companies training truck drivers to drive trucks and then starting pay, 80 grand a year. this will raise the standard of living of every american and we've got gold under our feet and every single american can benefit. unless, of course, we get biden's version of the new green deal. and it's not enough, by the way, for the new extreme democratic party, they want open borders.he they want trillions of new entitlements. they want to get rid of the combustion engine, oil, gas, cows, planes. that will take the country into poverty almost instantaneously. and biden can't run on his own senate record either. yeah, remember, he was against integration, he wanted more segregation, he warned of this,s
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barely taken a political punch. he was chosen by barack obama to be his vice president twice and
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obama led the ticket. biden has not been contested political candidate. he hasn't run a tough campaign and succeeded. both times when he sought the presidency, he failed ethically. he was caught plagiarizing one time and he filled the other and didn't break out of the field here the bottom line is, i think the media and the democrats have put all of their eggs in the biden basket and they are starting to see the real biden here which is that he is not tested, he doesn't have the political metal to get through and that leaves him in a very precarious situation because you end up with 18 other people on a clown car that is driving to the far, far socialist left. >> so who do you think gets it? does this now take the polls out of it? does this have a big impact or no? >> outcome of the problem the democrats have is that coming out, and 2016, we had it 16 joe biden's and one major disruptor. in 2020, they've got 19
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disruptors in one joe biden. so they have a real problem on their hands. president trump, by the way, the most devastating, and he made all weekend was that joe biden lost his fastball here the reason i was release part of the president is because he went right to the heart of what the issue is which is whether or not joe biden is capable of leaving the country. >> sean: he is no match for chum. it's got to be bernie sanders. people are forgetting. this is early organizing effort in the states. bernie is going to carry iowa, new hampshire, and nevada. he will lose up to line up with those first four states, giving real opportunity to show his strength. >> he's on air force one or the campaign trail we get calve c, wendy's, mcdonald's, you look good. good to see you. >> blaming, no. the left selective moral outrage full display, i'm going to
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>> impeachment. >> impeachable. >> impeachment. >> russia investigation russia investigation. >> stormy daniels. >> [bleep] hole. >> is there a difference if the president said [bleep] whole or [bleep] house? >> racist. racist. >> racist. >> sean: for two and half years, the left have spread their nonstop never-ending conspiracy theories, their lies, their propaganda. even russian misinformation, the hoax on the american people, lying every single minute of every day. they are not learning. there is no adjustments. there is no apologies. there's no retractions.po don't ever expect that from the mob and the media. everything now is about 2020. they just want to take this president down. they don't like his success. they don't like that he fights mueller was the key to all of this. during testimony, they were just hoping, just give us one life rn
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push impeachment and take this president down. it didn't work out that way, did a question i get back fired and yet the smear campaign, they don't stop you now they just move on to the next thing. now they are going to compare detention centers with soccer fields, telephones, rec facilities, doctors, blankets, pillows, baby formula, medical supplies, they are going to compare that to a concentration camp come auschwitz? well, they are not the best place to be but i'd rather be there than in some of these big cities because they are well taken care of in spite of the media line. they are not concentration camps. we sent our own griff jenkins down to the biggest one. that is for any moral selective outrage on their part. where's the outrage about what's happening in chicago? with all the coverage of dayton, with all the coverage of el paso, because they can bludgeon trump with that, and they can make it political, four
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people killed, 52 shock, this weekend alone. there have been over 1600 shooting incidents over 20 some people shot in 2019. why don't they ever talk about that? let's see, because democrats owned chicago? their politics decades? where's the national nonstop coverage? the outrage? the concern for people? well, that doesn't advance democrats anti-trump narrative. they can bludgeon trump with the statistics away talk about a question like it with reaction, national syndicated radio host, larry held them. author of why we fight, dr. sebastian gorka. you know larry, i look at this, we talk about it all the time. i don't care about russian interference. if it's hillary, they don't care about obstruction if it's hillary. those are slam-dunk cases. they don't care about sexual assault if it's a democrat lieutenant governor of virginia. only if it's cavanaugh and they can bludgeon trump eight so it's not the issue is that they care
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about. it's the political weaponization that they care about. >> that's right. dead young black families and the inner city is not news as far as the left is concerned viewed on cnn a couple years ago, there was a reality-based series called chicagoland where they followed around a principal of an urban high school in chicago on the south side called finger high. she and her staff were literally mapping out routes to and from school and they would test out to those students to advise them the most safe routes to pass through going to and from school so they don't get killed by gangs. now, i don't think they are worried about net white nationalist or supremacist. they are worried about young black boys killing other black boys for that's what the problem here is going on in this country and you can blame it on the walls, you much tougher laws on guns and they arty have heard you can't blame it on politicians i can. there's now a black man, the head of the police department as a black eye great cancer politicians don't care. you have to look for the source and the source is a breakdown of the family on the left does not
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want to talk about that because their liberal policies have helped to create the problem in the very first place. >> sean: your take, dr. gorka? >> it's unbelievable sean. the local channel in baltimore, channel 13, due to p6 days ago where they said there have been more mass shootings in baltimore this year than they have been days in the year. 250 mass shootings and 216 days when that article was published. if the democrats cared, really cared, about minorities, if they really cared about children getting shot, they would go into the cities they've been running for generations and they would dismantle the political connotation that they've created. they would destroy this dependency culture and this ideology is a victim because sean, i don't think any of those 250 shootings were white supremacist but democrats just
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don't care. >> sean: if they cared, larry, they would be in baltimore every weekend. they be in chicago, detroit, los angeles, where you are, and other places. do they care about people at al all? or is it just political weapons? >> how about vouchers? if you live that high school, if just sit by those teachers mapping out routes you don't get shot by gangs. how about giving parents a chance? the one presents a mass proficiency 0%. zero. it non. at 13 separate high schools. 0% math proficiency. that's unbelievable. we owe our family, our family, better than this. and they don't seem to care. thank you both. when we come back, they hate trump media mauled more on his end by the day. we will explain here also, hollywood wants to backtrack over this movie that hunts down conservatives and kills them.
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♪ >> sean: the media mob -- it is a mob -- they are completely unhinged, only getting worse. goes for hollywood, too. universal pictures' are to release a brand-new movie about hunting, yes, irredeemable deplorable sports board. we smartly trump walmart voters that cling to our god, guns, religion, and bibles. the movie has been pulled. meanwhile, last week, you had the zack cozart conspiracy tv ms dnc, this time, nicole wallace claiming that the president called for the extermination of latinos. okay. don't expect a real apology from anybody over there. this is pretty much every second minute and hour of their day as they follow conspiracy
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theorists, the best of them all, roswell rachel maddow. won't be apologies. they just make up the next ginspiracy. joining us now with reaction, "the hill"'s joe concha. i don't expect them to ever admit theype are wrong. i don't expect them to own it. i don't expect them to change. they are who they are and i think now they have kind of been exposed and the president has done a good job of tattooing fake news into their branding and i don't think they ever get beyond it. >> sure, sean. why would they apologize if there is never any accountability? why would mika brzezinski apologize for saying the president is rooting for mass shootings to happen in this country? why would joe scarborough ever apologize for throwing out a conspiracy theory that the russians somehow had a hand incy the killing of jeffrey epstein? why would msnbc ever apologize for putting on a former fbi assistant director who said that the president was only re-raising flags on 88 because that's a bat signal to neo-nazis? o
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if there is never any accountability, of course nothing's going to happen.n. and as for "the hunt," try to picture a world where supporters of elizabeth warren or alexandria ocasio-cortez are hunted and gunned down by pro-trump supporters and thenow tried to picture the media reaction. the pitchforks and torches store would run out of them and be on backorder for months and the media reaction would be apocalyptic, probably linking that back to the next mass shooting and saying this is what incited that violence and so i think the president deserves credit. he said, "the movie coming out, "the hunt," is made in order to inflame and cause chaos. they create their own violence and then try to blame others." that is precisely right and that is why that movie was pulled a day or two later, the backlash was just too overwhelming. >> sean: for all the criticism of donald trump, at the root of it, there is a deeper anger and that's that there really is a
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belief system that we are smelly walmart voters. we are irredeemable deplorables. i'm guilty. i try to cling to god. be a better person. yeah, i believe in the second amendment. bible, yeah, i believe in the bible and religion. i think that's good for society. i happen to be a christian, judeo-christian principles built this country. i don't know. i think it's insulting thetr american people and it's not going to work well for them. your thoughts? >> it will not. you think of the turning point in 2016 when hillary clinton called trump supporters a basket of deplorables, that changed the whole game and that's what gave the president his momentum ultimately in winning that election. >> sean: when we come back, trace gallagher, an update, breaking news on jeffrey epstein just this second. we will give you that, straight ahead. ♪ they give us excellent customer service, every time. our 18 year old was in an accident. usaa took care of her car rental, and getting her car towed. all i had to take care of was making sure that my daughter was ok.
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♪ >> sean: still a lot of unanswered questions surrounding the shocking death of alleged
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jeff epstein. trace gallagher's life or my west coast newsroom and we have new information about one of the people . . . >> sean: still a lot of d.unanswered questions surroundg the shocking death of alleged jeff epstein. trace gallagher's life or my west coast newsroom and we have new information about one of the people guarding him was not a corrections officer? >> indeed. after he was found with bruises on his neck back in july jeffrey epstein was on suicide watch meeting 24-hour surveillance. after pressure from epstein's attorney, the watch was dropped and he was put in special housing with no cameras. he did have a cellmate, which was policy, but for some unknown reason the cellmate transferred out.he was alone. mithe jail was mandated to check epstein every 30 minutes but whene he was found unresponsive he had not been checked for hours. it's unclear exactly how long he had been unresponsive.the prisos under staffing. the associated press now says one of the two guards on duty wasn't d even officially a prisn guard, simply a corrections employee that filled the void during that time. >> sean: i know my mom as a
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prison guard had all this forced overtime, but they were all corrections officers. all right, trace, thank you. we will never be the destroying trunk mediat mob, we will be te other side, hold those accountable, investigate the investigators. let not your heart be troubled. jason chaffetz is filling in for laura.tucker is off, laura is ot is this, serve 60-week and hannity has to work? what is all that about. >> please, take some time off, i would love it. >> i'm like the suck their comes in every night and take invest little vacation. what's wrong with me?i'm distri. what's wrong with me. >> jason: and you do the radio for three hours and you do this for three hours, nobody can keep up with you. >> sean: i love our country, we are at a tipping point.all hands on deck. this will you go g on through 2020.


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