smugness, and groupthink. tucker will be back tomorrow night but if you want to see me in person, november 16th in san antonio, texas.ri "fox & friends" tomorrow, we have the manager of the little league winning team baseball team in studio as well as newt gingrich.. have a great night, everyone. here's the great sean hannity ready to go. >> sean: all right, brian, thank you. and welcome to "hannity." buckle up tonight. we are going to expose a shocking level of corruption surrounding sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe biden and members of his family. we are talking about new claims tonight of nepotism and possible improper influence. we will let you decide. it should make you sick to your stomach. how do all these people go into government and get so rich and their families get all these special deals with countries that they are governing andam doing deals with? "the hill"'s john solomon, he will be here in a moment. he has a full report. also, we have the very latest blunders from bernie sanders,or elizabeth warren, and yes,
robert francis beto bozo o'rourke, whose campaign is now on life support, but tonight, we begin with the breaking developments surrounding convicted pedophile jeffrey epstein, including a new link between epstein and the prince of england. j this is getting, well, more and more salacious every day. with more, we have our own trace gallagher in our west coast newsroom tonight. these connections run deep, trace. >> yeah, you talk about another epic fail on the part of the metropolitan correctional center, sean. there are now at least two cameras that are in the hallway outside of the cell where jeffrey epstein hanged himself, but "the washington post" reports that one camera had video footage that is unusable. there apparently is clear footage that was also captured but no one is saying what the clear video might reveal or why the bad video is too flawed for investigators to use, and in a case with no witnesses, video is paramount.. meantime, 16 women who say they were sexually abused by epstein
appeared in court today calling him a coward and manipulator. one alleged victim said not being allowed to face her predator in court "eats away at her." and finally prince andrewn has gotten heat for visiting epstein after he becameg a convicted sex offender. the prince calls the meeting a mistake but now the fbi is conducting a forensic sweep of all epstein emails, meaning potential exchanges between epstein and his friends, including the prince, couldel very well play a prominent role in the ongoing under age sex ring investigation. >> sean: trace, he seems to have spent a lot of time with epstein. we appreciate that report. on the campaign trail tonight, sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe, he has become well-known for the all the wrong reasons. now his head-scratching gaffes are now a constant consistent embarrassment almost every day. he didn't remember what state he was in this past weekend. of course his awkward and touching and hugging is beyond
cringe worthy. pretty gross to me. his small crowds in new hampshire and iowa are now causing major concern inside the democratic party establishment. his debate performances are beyond lackluster and tonight, we are going to expose something much more troubling for joe biden and his 2020 ambitions. now while millions of americans struggle to make ends meet under the anemic biden-obama economy, remember, 13 million americans, food stands, 8 million more poverty, lowest labor participation rate since the '70s, that was their record. well, his family members were allegedly profiting off of his powerful position. many of them. in 2014, at the very same time,f vice president biden was leading the obama administration's policy in ukraine while his son hunter took a lucrative position on the board of a major ukrainian gas company. he was reportedly making $50,000 a month even though he had zero experience in the gas industry, no experience in the country of
ukraine. now the arrangement was beyond sketchy and according to john solomon, the john kerry's stepson worked with hunter biden in the investment industry and cut all business ties with his former partner. he wanted no part of this. and that's not all. in may of 2016, the ukrainian energy company that shelled out a fortune to hunter biden was facing a major corruptionne investigation by ukraine's top prosecutor. in response, vice president, then-vice president joe biden threatened to withhold over a billion dollars in u.s. loan guarantees, your tax money, using leverage if ukraine didn't fire the prosecutor that was dlooking into that gas company that was paying his son all this money. ultimately, ukraine relented to biden's demands and sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe bragged about the whole thing on camera. watch this. >> we are not going to give you
the billion dollars. they said you're not the president, the president said. i said, call him. i said, i'm telling you, you are not getting a billion dollars. you are not getting a billion and i leave in six hours. if a prosecutor's not fired, you are not getting the money. well, son of a [bleep], he got fired. >> sean: well, the guy that was investigating the company that was paying his son a fortune had no experience? by the way, that's not the only thing that i told you about the journey and puts another corruption.rr peter schweizer's book goes into great detail about that end according to politico, biden's younger brother james received a generous half aiv million dollar loan from a wealthy donor also with deep ties to ukraine. now more recently, james biden was accused of offering medical companies special access to his own brother. here now with more as investigative reporter and. the "the hill," john solomon.
by the way, he has a big story out tonight about how the president can avoid a g.o.p. fumble on health care. it's at sean hannity on twitter. we'll be tweeting that out for you john, let's start with ukraine. peter schweizer did a great job talking about his son hunter on their first2.xp no experience in the hedge fund edbusiness either, so to speak, and, yeah, it's a huge, massive paid two weeks after traveling with his dad to china. talk about ukraine first. >> it's very important. because joe biden is running in the primary where the democratic party says is against big money, but it is evidently apparent now from the recordsre that are already in the public domain that has family wasas cashing in while he was a vice president, and china, and ukraine, and the health i industry. just about anywhere that they could get their hand out for money.stst that is going to be a problem. a conflict for a guy that wants to head a party that wants tot make ethics an issue in the 2020 election.
i can report on my own front that the documents you are talking about, we have had some favorable discussions with the justice department, i would expect in the next ten to six weeks we are going to get the first document showing with the bidens were doing at the state department and at the embassy in kiev. there's going to be some major revelations ahead for the biden family. none of them are going to be flattering. >> sean: that now brings us between that issue and do we know what the status -- you have been reporting on the issue of ukraine, having evidence of them admitting that they helped influence the 2016 election. does it really matter if it's ukraine or russia? does it matter if obama tries tr influence the outcome of theer israeli election and has his people working against our ally, prime minister benjamin netanyahu? a lot of double standards here but on the issue of ukraine, what were they offering the united states in terms of i information about 2016 and their support of hillary clinton to impact the election?
>> multiple pieces of information. some related to joe biden and his son, some related to the democratic national committee's efforts to get help from the ukraine embassy in washington tp find dirt on donald trump and third, evidence that people in ukraine sent to nellie ohr and other people in the fusion gps world to try to help the trump collusion narrative blossom in the united states even though they really didn't have a factual basis for it. three separate chains of information that the ukrainian government has claimed since late last year.la they tried to get to the trump justice department and nobody there seems to be interested in. >> sean: unbelievable. amazing. you know, they are interested in russia collusion but only if it's trump. not a dirty russian dossier that was used to spy on a candidate, a transition team, and a president. pretty interesting. full of lies and of course, we had premeditated fisa abuse with multiple warnings that you wrote about. kathleen kavalec, bruce ohr,
john solomon, thank you. make no mistake, biden is no shoe-in for this democratic nomination. as a matter of fact, i would say is not the odds-on favorite as of today. recent polls now show the devout socialist bernie sanders is gaining ground. today he praised his fellow socialists in china for saving the world from extreme poverty. okay. remember, he took his honeymoon in the former soviet union. take a look. >> what we have to say about china in fairness to china and his leadership, if i'm not mistaken, they have made more progress in addressing extreme poverty than any country in the history of civilization. they've done a lot of things for their people. >> sean: one child policy, forced abortions, remember, china's socialist policies implemented in the 1950s, about 45 million people dieded from starvation, bernie.0sli poor working conditions, government sanctioned beatings and a case bernie forgot, that's
how china deals with extreme poverty. today china's massive working class remain some of the poorest people on this earth.a' bernie sanders wants to bring that system right here to the usa. great. the very least he wants the high tax socialist system in finland where the government of finland just collapsed. how many democrats, how many socialist liberals have you heard over the years that we need to be like finland? yeah, their government collapsed, why? because of the extreme cost of their entitlement programs. it sounds like the new green deal already tried and failed. m think about how many people on the democratic side of the aisle has praised finland for years to that system that just collapsedo and sanders' socialist policies, well, they are terrible. they won't work. they will lead to poverty but according to the staff at onehe iconic san francisco restaurant, well, his personality is just as bad as his politics because the owner of john's grill reported that during a recent dinner with his campaign staff, bernie sanders was rude, cranky,
didn't want to shake anyone's hand, they didn't want to take pictures with any of the staff. it seems like him on an average day when i watch him but some one might want to remind him that is running for president, not the supreme leader of the communist dictatorship. bernie is now running neck and neck with fellow socialist elizabeth warren. yes, 1/1,024. pocahontas as the president called her. and according to politico, her fake fraudulent lifelong claims of native american ancestry is weighing her down as it turns out, the american people do not trust somebody who lied for decades about their own race and claimed they are something that they are not to gain position. as bernie and warren now battle it out with sleepy creepy crazy uncle joe, way down at the bottom of the pack is comrade de blasio. at least he came on the show. i have to give him some credit. but then you have robert francis beto o'rourke. barring some kind of miracle, his campaign is essentially dead
and done and buried. he is now polling close to 1%. in order to garner any kind of attention, he is now lobbing desperate political hail marys and on the campaign trail he actually put his full support, pay attention, this isn't about abortion, his full support for "abortion." it's not really abortion. that would be called murder, infanticide. to one day before full-term delivery. in other words, he would support infanticide of a fully grown baby that can live independently. he would make that perfectly legal. and beto bozo also blamed the u.s. for an ongoing drought in guatemala. we are responsible because everything that is america's everything bad is america's fault. right robert francis? take a look yourself. >> guatamala is suffering one of
the greatest droughts in the recorded history because not by god or mother nature both by you and me and by all of us and our admissions and our excessive actions in the face of the facts and the science and the truth. e a >> sean: you think you've seen and heard all it all from mr. beto o'rourke but think again. we all know that congresswoman aoc gets a lot of attention for posting her pointless videos like the one right there when she is making friends with the penguin. so nice. naturally, well, bozo o'rourke is trying to emulate her success with pointless videos of his own. here he is making a cheese burger on an english muffin. wow afraid that we'll get you the nomination. he once said that his entire life was a generous charitable contribution to we, the american people.. we should be grateful for all these dumb videos, skateboard, drumming, working out, getting a haircut, and of course, how could we ever forget the bit trip to the dentist? this is a guy who wants to be president.es he's living his life on
facebook live. whatever happened to the democratic party? joining us now, fox news contributor, dan bongino. fox news correspondent at large, geraldo rivera. geraldo is left to laughing the loudest. i'm looking at this cast of characters and i'm thinking if i'm donald trump i am sitting back tonight. what's going on on "hannity" tonight? not stressing it all. hopefully he's watching. >> not stressing it all. i think that elizabeth warren is the most interesting of the political stories that you have mentioned because she really has in substantive terms surged most meaningfully, and if you listen to her, she makes a lot of sense. and that you also alluded to what is her deepest, darkest problem, her biggest deficit,it her origin story. i don't think she can get past the pocahontas label that the president has promised to brand her with. you know,, it is unfortunate. it's tragic. it was a mistake she made
decades ago but i think it will come to haunt her. >> sean: she fought it and fought it forever. she wouldn't admit it. >> i got that.t. i got that. i think that it is a telling error that probably will prove to be the most consequential but take joe biden. joe biden's got a lot of other issues going on but you can't blame joe biden for his brother james or his bad boy son hunter. there is no allegation as far as i know when i listen to that -- >> sean: whoa, slow down. hunter flew on air force 2! wait a minute. you can blame him if he is leveraging our tax dollars to fire a guy that's investigating the very gas company that's paying his son with no experience 50 grand a month. oh, you can blame him! and if he's taking his son to china and two weeks later he is doing these multibillion-dollarh deals, yeah, you can blame him
for that, too! and if his other family are getting special treatment, of course he's knowing what's going on!! that's why he demanded the guy be fired! >> well, hunter's a bad way, he had alcohol problems, drug problems, he got thrown out of the navy. his son has plenty of bad things going on but that's not his dad -- >> sean: let me cry a river for joe biden's family -- i'm sorry. talking too much. dan bongino? >> i'm still in shock. joe biden goes over to ukraine, i believe, it's april 2014. he goes there physically to ukraine. you can look it up yourself. just a short period after that, his son with exactly zero experience whatsoever and natural gas gets this lucrative position on the board of burisma, this natural gas company and right after joe biden leaves and then joe biden is on tape which sean just played calling for the guys should be fired who was
investigated to hire him after he was in ukraine. >> but is isn't it proof that he doesn't have a feeling of guilt about it? the former vice president, he frankly -- >> sean: geraldo -- >>st he doesn't even know what state he is in on any given day. he thought he was in new vermont when he was in new hampshire. >> you can't walk through the corridors in washington, d.c., without running into the son, the daughter, the brother, the sister, uncle, of somebody --eb it's called influence peddling. >> geraldo, timeout! you're the vice president of the united states. royou think you may want to tell your kid it's probably not a good idea to join this natural gas company with these shady connections right after i leave ukraine? can't he wait a few months? >> he's in his 40s. he is not a 21-year-old. >> come on, man. are you serious? you are a lawyer, man.
>> i am saying when you come back to me and tell me that joe biden did something then i will accept that allegation and we will see if it's true or not. >> geraldo! keys on tape! did you miss the opening segment? keys on tape asking for theprose company to be fired or the united states won't give him a billion dollars! >> the former vice president -- the prosecutor made clear that he was a bad guy party that was the problem. >> who was conveniently investigating the company who hired his kid. you can't be serious, man. >> sean: slow down, slow down, slow down. one second. all right. he leveraged a billion taxpayer dollars and said you were not getting money unless you fire the prosecutor. that's the prosecutor investigating a company that paid his kid 50 grand. you are telling me -- hold on. you are telling me that that is
okay with you and you don't think he knew about that? >> i think that the issue is a factual issue that must be proven. the mere innuendo -- >> sean: innuendo? fax! fax! that because joe biden took some innovative actions against a prosecutor -- the company was corrupt! >> sean: the company was corrupt! >> again, it's not the vice president. it's his son. >> it's called google, man.. just look it up. the connections here are endless. he is investigating his son's company. >> i love you, brother, dan. right, but you can assume that i haven't done the same research that you have. lineal connections that you are arguing. >> i'm not even scratching the surface about the joe biden stuff. this is a shorter segment. if i had an hour i could go on about the china stuff and the other suspicious connections this guy had. this is endless with biden.
he plays this lunch bucket joe image and he's corrupt like everyone else and you are giving him a pass because you don't have an ironclad smoking gun? >> that's not fair, dan. that's not fair. joe biden, what do you know tha i don't know? what do you know that the american people don't know? don't vote for him if you don't like him for various substantive reasons. >> sean: geraldo, let me jump in. why would a vice president of the united states, why, just give me any reason you have, and by the way, i will direct you to peter schweizer's book on the china issues. and john solomon's reporting on this ukraine issue. why would the vice president of the united states hold back a billion dollars, demand a prosecutor in ukraine get fired or he's taking his money and he's going home? >> remember everything that is going on at this time. >> sean: why would any vice president to that? >> you have ukrainian dictators
that run out of the country -- >> sean: focus. why would any vice president do that? >> why didn't he recuse himself? >> because he was distressed. i don't know what's in his head. all i know is what he said. he said he didn't want to do business with this prosecutor because this prosecutor is a bad person. the fact that the prosecutor was also going after his son -- >> yeah, makes a ton of sense. >> sean: i'm going to leave it here. all right, this is a really interesting opening segment.eah. thank you, both. good to see you. directly ahead, we know have another bombshell report tonight against theri democrats's witch hunt against the president. catherine herridge is here. also, reaction tonight with tom fitton, gregg jarrett. later, my take. this is unbelievable.va andrew luck, he says i'm out. my fear is a gladiator sport like football and i love the octagon, are we going to water down these sports? i will explain, straight ahead. ♪ will explain, straight ahead.
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>> sean: bre ♪ >> sean: breaking tonight, we have no information that the democrats began pushing their treatment probe before robert mueller was finished with its russia report. you know, that when i said no collusion, and on top of that, no obstruction. catherine herridge joins us with the latest breaking development developments. >> according to these new court records, the house judiciary committee laid the foundation for impeachment proceedings against the president in p marc, that is weeks before the special counsel investigation officially ended. the records of state "on march 4th, 2019, the judiciary committee opened an
investigation into threats to the rule of law, anduc encompassing alleged obstruction of justice. one critical is to determine whether to recommend articles of impeachment against the president." nancy pelosi toldn "the washington post" that she was against impeachment unless they were was overwhelming evidence because she said it would divide americans. earlier this month, house judiciaryis committee chairman jerry nadler may be impeachment investigation official on cnn, so the new court records suggest it began a month earlier. >> this is formal impeachment proceedings. we are investigating all the evidence, gathering the evidence, and we will have at the conclusion of this, hopefully by the end of the year, vote to vote article owes him of impeachment of the house floor. that's a decision we will have to make. >> in the same flooring, the former white house counsel,wh
sean. >> sean: grade reporting out of washington. thank you. joining us with reaction, author of the upcoming book, thehe sequel, the second in the series, "witch hunt," on the heels of his number one best seller, "the story of the greatest mass delusion in american political history," fox news analyst gregg jarrett and judicial watch president tom fitton. gregg, you had a great column about auntie mccabe and his rise too power today. we are still awaiting whether or not he will be indicted for lying and leaking. i don't know what the problem i is. all these other people that lied and leaked, they ended up -- let's go through the list. general flynn set up, by the way, by mccabe and call me innd a way that denied him, i believe, his miranda rights. we've got to paul manafort, we've got michael cohen, papadopoulos. why would it not apply to mccabe and comey? >> you are right. look, andrew mccabe is a guy who has helped put people behind barst for lying, the same legal
standard ought to apply to him if there is any justice in the system of justice. this was a criminal referral by ara neutral party, the inspector general at the department of justice, who said he lied not once, but four times. he said he never leaked information to the media, "the wall street journal." in fact, he did. he said he had no idea who authorized that week when, in fact, he is the one who authorized it. then he was allowed to correct the record and, and a tape-recorded interview, continued to spew his false denials. so again, if we are going to apply an equal standard of justice and not selective prosecution based on politics, andrew mccabe ought to be critically criminally prosecuted. >> sean: you know, one of the things that a very good friend of mine told me earlier today, that is very close to all of this, is that one of the problems you have, if a democrat
is indicted, and the trial takes place in d.c., odds are a thousand times better that democrats get better treatment than any republican, tom fitton, and one of the things that i keep hearing is that they are waiting forep the full damning story before they move forward. there are criminal actions, with any legal actions, indictments, grand jury. your thoughts on that? >> the idea you might have a democratic jury is excuse-making if that is a standard, no democrat will be indicted. it was the excuse not to prosecute hillary clinton during whitewater. it can't be the excuse again because that is a get out of jail free card for the democrats liberal establishment that is running this town, even though trump isis president. you know, i don't understand the idea that he would wait for the big stuff while exonerating them or refusing to prosecute them
for the little stuff. the response to be, we are considering this as part of a broader investigation, and we will defer our prosecution decisions until we have all those fisa material and, if, indeed, that is the real reason. mr. mccabe, we just had d documents come out a week or so ago, i think we talked about it here. 14 leaks exposed at the senior levels of the fbi, fbi special agents, not one prosecution. one of those leaks highlighted in these documents that we received is the mccabe leak, and the detail is, lack of candor, under oath, and lack of candor not under oath. both of which would be crimes if any other american committed at, especially when you look at mccabe's desire to go after flynn and ambush flynn with those fbi agents sent over with strzok, the idea that flynn, who did not lie to the fbi then, according to the evidence, that this man would be allowed to get
away with lying to investigators both under oath and not under oath, both of which are crimes, i can't -- it would be terribly disappointing to millions of americans of the justice department, an addition to letting -- >> sean: i agree with you. it's got to be equal justice, equal application of our laws. otherwise just shred the constitution.. we can't have a dual justice system in this country. look at other people, papadopoulos, paul manafort paul manafort, michael cohen, general flynn, i want to ask you, gregg, would mccabe -- when general flynn says, do i need a lawyer, and mccabe tells him no, and comey brags about doing something he would not do inn the obama or george w. bush administration, took advantage of the chaos and sent his guys in when they had already unmasked general flynn, they had a chapter and verse on everything he said, remember, the fbi guys do not think flynn was lying. then you have to ask a question, why would he admit he was lying? number one, going bankrupt.
number two, they are threatening his family. they are saying, we will have to go after your son, too. i think that is why he said, i'll fall on the sword for my family. that is what i think happened. that is how we treat a 33 year vet that served in combat. >> mccabe was instrumental in that -- >> sean: and comey. >> he was essentially lying andd deceiving and trying to entrap michael flynn to pursue the russia hoax against donald trum donald trump. >> sean: did he deny flynn basically his miranda rights by saying, you don't need a lawyer? >> he did. you heard on tape comey saying that we would never would have tried that with anyone else, and the other administration. but these two guys are the symbol of malevolence and corruption. it should be frightening to all americans that comey and mccabe rose through the ranks to become director of the fbi, both of them. >> sean: should he withdraw? >> absolutely, flynn should
withdraw the plea and i suspect he will know that cindy powell is a defense attorney. >> he could cut this all short by pardoning flynn, especially of mccabe's and prosecutor. i would pardon flynn in a heartbeat. >> i agree 100%. >> sean: i agree with both of you. who is going to listen to little old sean hannity? >> oh, i think people listen. >> sean: we need equal justice. eventually, all of this has to be made public. this has to come out. when we come back from a mainstream media mob, yeah, they hit even a lower low. "washington post" columnist actually saying the country needs to burn down the republican party. wonder if i said that about the democratic party or donald trump cited what the reaction from the mob would be. spicer, charlie hurt, next. ♪ ♪[upbeat music]
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♪ >> sean: now that he trump's media mob is finding more and more ways to destroy their credibility, as if they had any left. "washington post" columnist -- she actually claims she's a conservative, no, never trumper, hates all things donald trump, and anyone who likes donald trump. jennifer rubin actually calling for the president's allies to be banished from "polite society." i don't want to be a part of that society. take a look. >> what we should be doing is shunning these people, shunning, shaming these people is a statement of moral indignation that these people are not fit for polite society. i think it's absolutely abhorrent that any institution of higher learning, any news organization or any entertainment organization that has a news outlet would hire these people. it's not only that trump has to lose but that all of his enablers have to lose. we have to collectively, yes,
bird on the republican party. we have to level them because there are survivors. if there are people who whether there's a storm, they will do it again. >> sean: oh, she saying that a network that, let's see, for two and half years, has told lie after lie, spread conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory, hoaxy after hoax, and there she is. look, i'll admit, i guess i am a proud smelly walmart shopper. i like walmart. i think if you shop at walmart, you are smart. you shop at costco, you are smart. you you save money for the same stuff. good idea, same with target, kmart, although stories. i guess we are all irredeemable deplorables and i guess we all like obama said are angry and cling to our god, our guns, because we believe in the second amendment, and our bibles and religion. guilty. to the extent possible. i'm not that interested in her polite society.
not one washington correspondent dinner or have i ever attended soin my entire time here, and fx tried to mandate i go year after year. i got sick every year, same time, never mind. also tonight, "new york times" self-righteous columnist brad stevens is being mocked after having a full on meltdown, can't even take a little tap after a browser called him a "metaphorical bedbug." in response to a piece about an actual infestation at "the times"'s office. he so upset, he actually emailed the professor's boss and then went on msdn see, the conspiracy theory channel, to air his grievances, the whole thing was attacked by totalitarian regimes. he's in the wrong business. take a look. >> yesterday, a professor at george washington university described me as a bedbug or metaphorical bedbug, just in the
context of "the new york times" having a bedbug problem in our building. i think that kind of rhetoric ie dehumanizing and totally unacceptable, no matter where it comes from. i wrote a personal email, which i think was very civil, saying that i didn't appreciate it, that i would welcome him to come to my home in new york, meet with my family, and see if you would call me a bedbug to my face.bu >> is that the worst thing you have a friend: social media? >> there is a bad history of being called -- being analogized to insects that goes back to a letter to terry of hellier and regimes in. i've been called worse. i bought this guy a personal note, now it's back for everyone to see. >> sean: what a poor hyper sensitive soul. he's not a bedbug. he's a little baby bedbug. hayworth reaction, american first action senior advisor sean spicer. the author of the book, "still winning," fox news contributor charlie hurt. you are both laughing. by the way, sean spicer, what are you doing going on that
stupid show? what are you thinking? >> [laughs] >> sean:n: why would you do that? i admire the courage. you need my vote? >> i'm going to have some fun. >> sean: no! >> let's show these people -- i want to have some fun. it's about time that i enjoyed myself and have a show that i encourage my kids to watch. >> sean: i give you credit. >> i'll have some fun. >> sean: listen, you've taken a lot of crap, i take it every day, you are in the wrong business if you can't stick a little baby bedbug tap. you don't belong, you know, offering your b commentary. people, you have these warriors that are naked in their basement, firing one shot after the other. >> if that's the worst thing is been called, my goodness.
take a look at my twitter feed. i welcome being called a bedbug. [laughs] other people will share it with me. i tell you, the thing that is ss interesting about this is these guys can't take a punch. i agree with brett and the standpoint of i don't think we should be using that kind of language buttld it's amazing whn folk on the left and those never trumpers that claim to be from the right go out and to demonize everyone who supportsrt this president. the fact of the matter is, this president got 306 electoral votes. he won s states like michigan, pennsylvania, and wisconsin. instead of demonizing us, ostracizing, they might want to learn from us because there is a lot of hardworking men and women out there that the president's message resonated with. it's about time we started listening to these people more instead of trying to push them further and further away. >> sean: charlie, one of the things i admire most about the president, he gets hit harder than anyone i have ever seen in politics. and he fights back! and he doesn't stop! and they can't handle it.
>> yeah, and he never gives up. it's amazing. i don't know where the guy gets the energy to do that but watching those clubs that you showed, i felt like i was watching a scene out of "one plot of the cougars next." they've lost their mind they legitimately have become mentally unhinged. i think for them, the idea that president trump won in 2016 is absolutely -- they still haven't gotten their brains around that. in fact, two and half years later, he's still winning on a daily basis. he's racking up huge accomplishments. all of the regular, normal america is finding things to complement about him and these people, they cannot stand it. >> sean: irredeemable deplorables, smelly walmart people, cling to god, gone,go bibles, religion. i'll take it. i'm in. i want to hang out with those people. i am never going to a washington correspondent's dinner. tnow in my contract i don't hae
to go. done. they won't even ask. i got sick every year. all right, thank you, both. good luck, sean, i think you are nuts. when we come back, i am concerned. andrew lock of the colt announced his retirement. he gets booed, caused a massive uproar. but gladiator sports, why do we love them? herschel walker is next. ♪ ♪ doug, doug! douglas! we're running dangerously low on beans. people love your beans, doug. they love 'em. doooooooooug! you want to go sell some tacos? progressive knows small business makes big demands. doug, where do we get a replacement chili pepper bulb? so we'll design the insurance solution that fits your business. it's a very niche bulb. it's a specialty bulb.
the life i want to live." a lot of fans got angry, and they were booing. anyway, to the credit of the indianapolis colts, they still are paying him his full salary. former nfl quarterback from a super bowl champion, joe theismann, along with itisman trophy winner, former nfl star, herschel walker, two personal friends of mine. you know, i don't know why the fans booed. i get it, because they invest a lot in a franchise quarterback, joe. the video of you and your careeu ending hit, when lawrence taylor took your leg out, very hard to watch. it's a real -- you know, the brain trauma issue is a real issue. but isn't that why we like football? >> you know, you coined it very well, it's a gladiator sport. we are gladiators in an arena. sometimes you have to take that type of mentality. with the rules that are
continuing to change in the game, when the integrity of what you -- i think, fans like to see, the contact aspect of it, going to change?'s it's a tough game. i think in andrew's case, i admire him. i admire that he made that decision. i think what the fans, the colt fans did, was flat wrong. the guy gave six hard years of his life, seven years of his life to the organization. he did everything he could come i back from injury 92017, missed an entire year, got into the playoffs a year ago. f for him, at the train going down a tunnel and there's no light at the end of it. when you are constantly having to rehabilitate yourself, it's tough. >> sean: listen, there's not a player that i know that doesn't iget their bell rung, herschel. i played ice hockey. asho you know, because you actually got in the octagon -- i'm a huge mma fan, i get every paper view that they have -- you've got in the octagon. that is a gladiator warrior sport. i am worried -- one of the
reasons we admire athletes so much as they are willing to put it all on the line, including their physical safety. >> one thing you got to think about is that athletes are not going to be able to put it online for a long period of time. you get out of the game, when he was very young. y instead of booing andrew luck, we should applaud him. i think every athlete in america should applaud him because this guy has given up a lot and it's not easy, he did not know he was going to give up this amount of money but look what he was doing for his family. i think they should applaud him rather than boo him. there is a gladiator sport but you know what? it's still a sport and you still have a life, and i think that's what he's talking about. he wants to have a good life. >> sean: someone like tom brady, 40, there is nobody better. >> you've got a true breeze, you've got philip rivers, eli manning, guy seto played long time. they haven't gone through the things that andrew has gone
through. i think you have to say, if he becomes too much, it becomes overwhelming, if people ignore the mental part of it and all they see is the physical part of it, but the mental beating you take when you try and get yourself ready to go on a continuing basis, it becomes so much, it's like, how much can i take? how much more can i take? he was done. i admire that. >> sean: i agree with you. i got to give a shout out to my friend, herschel walker. so he knows i train mixed martial arts, and he does -- how many push-ups today do you do? >> [laughs] >> about 1500 push-ups today, 3500 3500 setups. but at thehe t same time -- >> sean: i can only do 100. you inspired me to double it. >> that's a start. you are in shape, though, sean. he's in shape. don't let him fool anyone. he's in shape. >> sean: we have done push-ups together, so he knows i am not faking it. guys, you are the best.
love you both. thank you for being with us. i love these gladiator sports. you know, these guys are tough, that is what we love about them. coming up, disturbing story out of maryland. illegal immigrant allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl at knife point in her own bedroom. trace gallagher has that shocking report next. ♪ dent. 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. if i met another veteran, and they were with another insurance company, i would tell them, . .
>> sean: truly disturbing story out of maryland, chris trace gallagher with the story.. >> prosecutors say that an illegal immigrant from el salvador and also the father of 10 walked into the bedroom of a 16-year-old girl whose family he was staying with, put a knife to her throat, told her to undress and brutally her.-- . also he brought the knife to the
home meaning the rate was premeditated. the judge says nobody and i.c.e. has placed an inmate gratian detainer.he is accused of rapin, including an 11-year-old girl. >> we will never be the media mob. let not your heart be troubled.. snap hannity, that is just miles from here, with is aoc, tlaib, the squad, they are all for women's empowerment and rights, where the heck are they? in a city they live, we have just miles from here, brutal rapes, onene girl whose life has been shattered is too many in america. it is a travesty. >> at one point, all those that don't want to secure the border, we'll use their lodge he can, at what point if you were in a sanctuary city state you release a criminal and you don't send them back to thehe country from which they came from.