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he needs to stand up. >> tucker: the adults in the party need to stop this. >> this is infantile. people are being hurt. >> tucker: scary. a senator kennedy, thank you for that. check us out on now sean hannity. >> sean: thank you and welcome to "hannity." we have a lot of ground to cover. we begin by stating the obvious. the radical left, they're not interested in truth or justice. we are one day remove from the chauvin verdict, a jury of his peers found the former officer guilty on all three charges in the horrific death of george floyd. chauvin could now serve up to 75 years behind bars. that apparently is not good enough for the left in this country. now many are hell-bent on some kind of revenge. last night this officer in portland, surrounded by rioters, sucker punched in the face during this same demonstration, anarchists smashed windows of a
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starbucks, spray-painted anti-police slogans on the walls and meanwhile last night in minnesota, protesters were hurling insults at the police and telling them to get the bleep out. >> [chanting] >> sean: tonight it's no secret that many on the left, they want to defund and many want to abolish all pulleys. now others seem more interested in demonizing all people that are white people. here was the scene from last nights protest protest in new york city. it was outside of a local restaurant. watch with your own eyes. >> [chanting] >> we don't want you here. >> we don't [bleep] want you here. >> we don't want you here.
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[bleep] [bleep] >> sean: we don't want you here. we don't want you here. now everyone on the left from the idiots you just heard from two joe biden, everyone in between, actively now stoking racial hatred for political gain. that's what jim crow 2.0 was all about with joe biden when it seems the voting laws in georgia are far more accessible than those in delaware. delaware has no 70 days of early voting in person. georgia does. both have voter i.d. and there are no drop boxes in delaware. why didn't you fix that in 50 years? today democrats tried to capitalize on another police involved shooting, this one in columbus, ohio. officers were responding to multiple 911 calls, encountering this terrifying scene.
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15-year-old ma'khia bryant, knife in hand, as you can see, loaded in order to thrust that blade into the chest of another young girl. watch this. >> [bleep] >> what's going on? hey, hey, hey. get down, get down! [bleep] >> [shouting] [bleep] [bleep] >> sean: that was real-time speed. clearly the girl you see here, the unarmed, under attack by threat of a knife was in imminent danger of being
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severely injured or murdered by mckeon bryant. keep in mind that we are showing you now, this is in slow motion, no sound to it. this is in real time, the officer had less than a second to respond. if he didn't respond faster, that knife that was being held could have been thrust right into that girl's heart and she would have died. because of his quick action, he likely stopped what would have been a minimal, gruesome knife attack. probably saved the life of this young unarmed teenager. of course this is to always a horrific tragedy. a 15-year-old girl is now dead, shot by police after trying to stab someone with a knife in the middle of the day. based on all of the footage, it appears very clear that the girl about to be stamped was in imminent danger of losing her life. that officer in this case clearly had no choice. he had no other options. this video shows that he acted appropriately and he acted quickly and professionally.
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it's is it tragic? absolutely. is it sad? absolutely. every life does matter but it's presimple. if you're trying to kill somebody or inflict massive bodily harm, police have a duty to stop it and protect you. yes, that's sometimes includes the use of deadly force. for the monday morning quarterbacks out there that are saying well, it's only a knife, well, a knife thrust into a person's chest will kill that person, can kill them instantly. as a matter of fact, in the same state of ohio, in ohio, on monday, a 13-year-old girl was stabbed to death by another young teen before police in that case were actually able to intervene. what happened monday. the exact same state. so make no mistake. these are life-and-death situations. a knife, yes, it's a deadly, lethal weapon. i've set on the radio, set on this tv show. people say i don't know what i'm
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talking about. i've been practicing. i am a student of mixed martial arts, krav maga, japanese jiu-jitsu, boxing, we do situational street fighting, all of it. i do it an hour and half a day for five days a week. i would much rather at close range, close range, i would rather deal, to meet would be easier to defend against a firearm than a blade. how do you stop a blade? how do you get blade? you've got a gun, you move it off-line. you fight a person, stripped the gun and stepped back. that's what you try to do. according to state law, any instrument that is capable of inflicting death and designed or adapted as a weapon is considered a deadly weapon. these facts have not stopped the anti-cop crowd from weighing in for example, look at obama top advisor valerie jarrett. black teenage girls killed because the police officer immediately decided to shoot her multiple times in order to
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break up a knife fight. demand accountability, fight for justice. it could be the police officer save the life of a teenager from a knife attack. pretty idiotic thing for her to say. first of all, it's very clear that this was a knife attack, valerie. that would be an attempted murder and progress. on monday, as i just mentioned, a 13-year-old girl died from a knife attack. a young unarmed african-american girl was about to be stabbed to death again, this officer stepped in. this attack was imminent. the knife was cocked and loaded, about to be thrust into the heart of this girl that was pinned against the car. does her life not matter, valerie? does she not deserve police protection? what would you have advised the cop to do differently? such an expert on the issue. he had a fraction of a second. he had to decide what if, god forbid, and i mean this. i don't want this to happen to
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anybody. if what if this was your loved one about to be stamped? what would you want the cop to do? you have a prominent blm activist reading "teenagers have been fighting, have been having fights including fights involving knights for eons. we don't need police to address these situations by showing up to this scene and using a weapon against one of the teenagers. you will need help and i mean that sincerely." she went on to tweet that everyone should be frightened by the white ruling elite who in her mind caused the death of ma'khia bryant. but by far the worst comments of the day came from nba star lebron james. he tweeted out a photo of the officer involved along with an hourglass and the threatening caption that reads "you're next." while back. now while james has since had to delete the tweet after some pushback, what he did was beyond reckless, beyond responsible, and put this officer and his
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family in danger. lebron, you basically just put a bull's-eye on a police officer who saved a young, unarmed african-american teenager who was about to be stabbed, possibly to death. what if god forbid in your case and i don't want this for anybody, god forbid someone did that to you or one of your loved ones? i doubt you'd like it. it would be wrong to put some of these picture up like that. lebron, what you did is wrong. you should apologize. i'm not expecting one. i'll ask you the same question. lebron james, that i post valerie jarrett, god forbid and i mean it got for bid shouldn't have been anyone, if it was your loved one about to be stabbed possibly in the heart possibly killed, would you want the cops to do? please tell us what you do, what you would want to do. tell us what other option that officer had in that fraction of a segment by the way, let's not forget this is the same lebron james who constantly is
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out there complaining and whining anytime someone criticizes his beloved china. he doesn't seem to mind that the chinese government is implementing a racist genocide as we speak. he's more than happy to cash their paychecks. remember, when the houston rockets general manager issued a tweet supporting hong kong, lebron condemned his nba colligan told him to be more careful with the streets because "people could be hurt spiritually or financially." god forbid. watch. >> i believe he wasn't educated on the situation at hand and he spoke and so many people could've been harmed not only financially but physically, emotionally, spiritually. so just be careful what we tweet and what we say and we do even though yes, we do have freedom of speech. there can be a lot of a lot of negative that comes with it. throughout i guess according to lebron, china's did genocidal
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dictatorship is just fine. the columbus officer who stepped in to save a young woman from being stabbed to death is evil and what? what does that mean? meanwhile the biden administration, they're also rushing to judgment on the death, limning it on "police violence" all while bowing to address systemic racism. take a look. >> the killing of 16-year-old mckee o'bryant by the columbus police is tragic. she's a child. we are thinking of her friends and family and community hurting and grieving her loss. we know police violence disproportionally impacts black and latino people and communities in that black women and girls like black men and boys fixed rates higher rates of police violence. our focus is on working to address systemic racism and implicit bias head-on and of course to a passing lodge and legislation that will put much-needed reforms into place in police department around the country. >> sean: we are supposed to believe stopping a stabbing
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attack, attempted murder, is systematic racism? tonight joe biden really wants to address systemic racism, okay. let's address it. we'll start by may be job going out there and apologizing for his conduct and his actions and his words on capitol hill for decades. it was joe biden in the '70s that worked with his friend, his mentor that he prays, robert the former klansman bird, to stop school integration, joe biden didn't want his kids to grow up in schools that were quote racial jungles, his words. why do all these liberals give joe biden a pass on that? he praised robert byrd who filibustered the 64 civil rights act, the 65 voting rights act, historical knowledge, lyndon johnson relied on republicans to pass that historic legislation, not biden's mentors that he heaps praise on. it was joe biden that authored
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in the '90s the infamous 94 crime bill. the one that led to the mass incarceration of african-americans, at the time according to joe, the bill was critical because there were predators on our streets. take a look. >> it doesn't matter whether or not they're the victims of society. the end result is they are about to knock my mother on the head with a lead pipe, shoot my sister, beat up my life, take on my son. i don't want to ask, what made them do this? they must be taken off the street. we should focus on them now, not out of a liberal instinct for love, brother and humanity, although i think that's a good instinct, but for simple pragmatic reasons. if we don't, they will or a portion of them will become the predators 15 years from now. and madam president, we have predators on our streets.
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>> sean: one little side note, joe biden we see today looks nothing like that guy. joe biden we see today looks weak and frail and is clearly struggling cognitively. that guy that we just saw accusing the police of systemic racism, well, joe, instead of apologizing for america, how about you own a new apologize for your past actions, your words, your past praise and associations with former klansman. and segregationists. police are critical to the safety, the security of every single american. law and order is a fundamental prerequisite. if we really want people to have the opportunity to pursue happiness in their god-given talents. a cops job is inherently dangerous, incredibly hard. there's no such thing as a routine traffic stop or routine call. moving forward, i don't think anybody's going to want to be a cop and i can't say that i blame them. take a look at this body cam video from a police involved shooting in illinois. in this case, deputies
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responding to the scene of a domestic violence call. they were attacked by a man with a metal pipe before having to return fire. take a look. >> hands up! sheriff's department. drop it, drop it, drop it! drop it! [gunfire] >> [shouting] >> are you okay? >> joe, are you good? >> send medical, send medical now! >> sean: cops behind every door, danger is lurking. 99% of police officers, they perform their duties honorably, they keep our neighborhoods safe
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and secure. they restore order. they respond when we need them in times of crisis. but according to the modern left democratic socialist party, they're all bad. they're all races, all bigoted, they are all evil. the squad wants to defund and even abolish the police. maxine waters calling for violent confrontations on the streets, measure condemning those remarks in the house of course the democrats stood by it. sounded insurrectionist like to me. that's because the radical left controls the democratic party. the radical left doesn't care about law and order or truth and justice. instead, they want to upend our entire system, our republic, our american way of life and replace it with their own climate based race obsessed socialist utopia that will fail. that's the sad reality of today's political landscape and it won't get better until you vote them out of office. more of my monologue coming up. joining us on the ground in columbus, ohio, investigative
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journalist fox news contributor sara carter. i'd like people's reaction to the shooting. that girl was loaded with the knife clearly in hand. the girl pinned against the car. if used thrust that knife into that girl's chest, the odds of e pretty high. what's the reaction? >> absolutely. i asked people that exact question. there is no normal sense of frustration here in commerce ohio. it's throughout the community. you can feel it, even behind me. over 300 people protesting. they feel that something needs to be done to rectify the issues that they have with her law-enforcement. they are standing right here in front of the columbus, ohio, police department. people have been out on the streets all day and i spoke to quite a few of them, here's what some of them had to say. >> what do you think is going on here? why do you think there's a sense
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of this feeling of dread that's causing people to come out to the streets? >> we've been here before. it happened last summer. i think we are here again. i think this is something, at this point in a way feels familiar. i think people are exhausted and fed up and angry and are getting more and more comfortable to stand up about it. >> for a brief moment, you thought you were getting to experience some form of justice. that was snatched away even before you found out that you can have that little pause and say well, maybe there is justice. >> it's just getting old. the same thing happening over and over and over again. yeah, we got justice for george floyd with derek chauvin but we still took a step back. >> you know, sean, that's the frustration that everyone's been feeling here. the tensions are escalating tonight. you can hear it.
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people are angry. they are angry with the police. they say that columbus, ohio, is the microcosm of what's happening in urban communities all across the trick of the united states. the funny thing is everything is looking for resolution. we spoke to police officers today. police officers said we are the first people here in line when somebody collapses. somebody had a protest o.d. today. police were right there to say that person's life. there was somebody else who passed out. the police with the first ones there to get them to a hospital. so the situation, although it's dire, what they are saying as well, if we don't find common ground, if we don't find a resolution, we are afraid things are going to escalate to the point of no return. what people are looking for, its common ground, community and leadership in their communities. >> sean: sarah, we'll be checking in with you later in the evening. joining us to respond, ohio congressman jim jordan, florida congressman byron donalds has with us.
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jim, this is your hometown. you have the opportunity to see this officer and a fraction of a second on monday in your state of ohio, 13-year-old girl was stabbed to death. by another 13-year-old. this was a case where again, the girl was loaded with a knife, about to thrust it into this girl he was pinned against the car. the cop had a fraction of the second to decide. i don't see any other option. that the police officer had. >> i think you're right. you summed it up. what was the officer supposed to do? if he doesn't take action, as you point out how this young lady hurts or harms or kills the other young lady, that he's in trouble for that. life is precious. life is sacred. in meantime life is lost it's a tragic thing particularly at such a young age but the bottom line is with the left is now demanding of our law enforcement, whether it's the border patrol on the border with the crisis that exist there or what they demand of our police officers who as you said 99.999% of them are good guys busting their tail. for the ones who aren't, the few
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who aren't, justice is served and they're going to be held accountable as we saw just yesterday. so this is a tough situation but i don't know what else this officer could've done. there will be an investigation will see what happens. >> sean: congressman donald, let me ask you. number one, your reaction to this video that we have now had an opportunity to see, this attempted stabbing and the police officers reaction. i saw also that you really went after democrats for attempting to use the murder of george floyd and the conviction of derek chauvin as a means to advance their agenda. do you want to expand on that? >> i do. first of all, with the video that we've seen it's clear that the officer had a duty to step in and save the life of the young woman who was dressed in all pink. to be clear, the family of that young woman, i'm quite sure they're happy that the place officer stepped in. i have a 17-year-old son and a 13-year-old son. if my sons were involved in
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something like that i would be happy for the police stepped in. my point about the democrats really weaponizing this thing and push their agenda is that they are using these points, these flash points in our country just for their own political gain and only for their political power. it's disgusting. it's got to stop. the last thing i'll say is we have politicians who swear they know how to fix all these things going on in our country especially with policing. these are the same politicians who've never started a business. they've never built a department. they've never graded anything on their own. but they're going to tell us how to reform policing in america. i don't buy it. i don't believe it. that is about their agenda. his mother politics. and then using the anger and the outrage of the american people. it's literally rules for radicals, pick a target, polarize it in order to get their way and it's disgusting and it needs to stop. >> sean: you know what the evidence is true. i doubt any american new that in
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ohio on monday a 13-year-old girl was stabbed to death. the police weren't involved in that case. we have scrolled the names of people shot and shot and killed in chicago going back to the biden-obama administration. nobody has ever lifted a finger. nobody hears these names. every weekend, you know, 20, 40, 50, 60 people shot. 30 dead, 20 dead, every weekend. nobody knows the people's names. nobody does anything to fix it. i think that's evidence. we have over 100 cops killed this year, congressman. and i don't think most people know their names either. reaction. >> well, i think the people were actually trying to do something about this our law enforcement officers who are in our community every single day. this is why it's important that people need to stand behind their officers. the polling data has been clear. when you talk about getting rid of police, nobody supports that. you know definitely doesn't support it, black americans because they understand how important police officers are in these communities. they are the ones on the front lines. they are the ones on the ground
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trying to fix the situations and solve situations and bring justice in our communities every single day. >> sean: last word, jim jordan. >> i think byron is right on target. you never what happened last week. it started with congressman woman tlaib saying we need to get rid of police altogether and it ended with maxine waters being admonished by the trial judge for the ridiculous thing she said that the end of that trial. you never hear republicans talking about defunding police, getting rid of police, abolishing police, it's the wrong thing to do for communities and our country. >> sean: thank you both for being with us. a lot of news coming up. the left continues to push their dangerous policies. it's getting worse by the day. joe biden is jumping in fully with the radicals of his party. lindsey graham will join us to detail how republicans will fight this radical agenda. that's next. these are real people, not actors, who've got their eczema under control. with less eczema, you can show more skin. so roll up those sleeves. and help heal your skin from within
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>> sean: joe biden, the extreme socialist democrat, continue feeling rick west's radical rhetoric or about policing and needlessly divide the country. fueling lies about everything from the georgia voting law, far more accessible than joe state of delaware, to the noninfrastructure infrastructure waste of money. of course blue state bailouts. of course covid emergency relief that is anything but. and all this other rhetoric against the police, defunding and dismantling. because tonight the far left extremists are doubling down. they are now firmly backing a corrupt court packing scheme. joe biden has bought into d.c. statehood which is likely unconstitutional without an amendment. here is the senate leader mitch mcconnell slamming it all earlier today. take a look. >> i've never been one to complain about fake news but i want to start with the total
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frustration i have with the coverage that most of you have engaged in with regard to the issue of expanding the supreme court. i read story after story after story on this issue they do not mention that ruth bader ginsburg and stephen breyer, the two most important liberals in modern times, are opposed to court packing. so why don't you include in these objective analysis of this issue that fact? >> sean: joining us now, senator lindsey graham from the great state of south carolina. court packing and ending the legislative filibuster. joe biden now proposing another trillion dollars in spending, new green deal spending. i don't think we can afford it. i don't think i need a math degree from mit or harvard either to figure that out. the most radical agenda i've ever seen in 33 years of doing this, senator.
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>> yeah. well, his whole campaign was a fraud. i mean, you know he wouldn't answer the question about do you support d.c. statehood. he wouldn't answer the question, during the campaign about court packing. well, we now know that the agenda coming out of the biden administration is the most radical agenda, as you said, in our lifetime. >> sean: senator, i've got to correct you. he was asked and he said i don't support any of it, none of it. court packing, ending the legislative filibuster. >> yeah. i'll trust you. i'll trust your research. at best he was unequivocal. i trust you to say that he deny that he would do these things. why did it matter? i think a lot of americans would've been unnerved by joe biden if he said i'm going to make d.c. a state because that eludes power of the state that you live in. i think most americans would be upset to hear that he wanted to change the makeup of the supreme court. that would have been a
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game changer for a lot of people in terms of how they vote. so the whole campaign was a fraud. here's the good news. republicans are not going to let this happen in the united states senate. there are 50 of us. i'm doing a news conference with ted cruz and a bunch of my colleagues tomorrow. were going to standing from the supreme court and were going to protect the court. were not going allow it to go beyond nine. we have the power of the 50 of us to stop this. they can try to change the filibuster but if they do that, you need 51 people to pass a bill. if all 50 of us they were not going to show up on the republican side. >> sean: all right, senator. that leads me to the million-dollar question. i trust you. i trust senator cruz. after hearing mitch mcconnell i believe he's going to do the right thing too. i don't articulate trust mitt romney or ben sasse or lisa murkowski. are they going to stand with you are either going to allow the democrats to go forward with the biggest power grab the history of the country? >> well, i won't speak for my
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colleagues. i like them all. i think they understand that if we give into this, miracle will change as we know it. they will destroy the independence of the judiciary in making d.c. estate is just an unbelievable power grab. h.r. 1 federalized villa's elections. tonight here's what i'm asking. i'm asking every republican senator to come forward and tell my democratic colleagues, our democratic colleagues that if you try to change the filibuster, abolish the filibuster and pass this radical agenda, we will use every tool in the toolbox for us. we will deny you a quorum. don't go down this road. don't blow up the senate. don't blow up the country. with the republicans need to be as aggressive as they are so we have an ability, sean, and to deny them a quorum by not, simply not showing up. i'm willing to do that as a last ditch effort to stop the most radical agenda in my lifetime. every republican senator i think needs to come forward and let the democrats know what await
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them. >> sean: i'll feel a lot better about that plan when i hear from ben sasse, romney, and murkowski. then i'll feel better about it. >> well, let's ask questions of all of us. >> sean: senator lindsey graham, thank you. coming up, republicans are preparing to go on the offensive for the upcoming midterms. lara trump, herschel walker, they are next straight ahead.
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>> sean: just like we've been telling you, republicans need to go on offense heading into 2022. they need to embrace a conservative, america first agenda. make america great agenda. that would be simple. that would be border security, energy independence, free and fair trade, lower taxes, constitutionalist on the bench,
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deregulation, support of the first and second amendment. of course safety, security for every community. choice in schools. it's not complicated. free-market solutions to health care, protecting pre-existing conditions, peace through strength. from what we can tell, president trump is going to be very involved in all of this. this is a brand-new clip from my exclusive interview from earlier this week when we discussed ballot integrity, voting reform and much more. take a look. >> i mention four things that i think are important. chain of custody, partisan observers should be able to watch the entire vote count, signature verification and voter picture i.d. anything else you'd add? >> of the main things. those of the main things. there's something else. you have cold waters, vote watchers. in pennsylvania and detroit, they were viciously thrown out. >> sean: 100 feet away. >> forget about 100 feet. they couldn't get near the
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building trade in georgia, in pennsylvania it was so bad. detroit was horrible. the supervision of these elections. these people were physically thrown out in many cases. so they didn't have republican poll watchers in those areas we lost. >> sean: more of my exclusive interview that we have not aired later in the week but democrats, the mob, the media they continue to fuel lies about oh georges law, jim crow 2.0, despite the fact that george's law expands access to early voting, 17 days of early voting, zero in delaware. even gives voters more flexibility deciding when they want to vote. joe biden's home state, no drop boxes. yeah, they need voter i.d. also. no absentee balloting. they don't have no excuse absentee voting. joe didn't lift a finger in 50 years to do a single thing to make voting more accessible in delaware. now is going to lecture georgia and cost that state
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$100 million? here with reaction, fox news contributor lara trump along with football legend, heisman trophy winner herschel walker. now, it's interesting having both of you on. because i've seen polling on both of you. happens to be for the same office in two different states. herschel, i have the trafalgar pole, a friend of this program, he has you beating senator warnock. lara trump, last poll i saw in terms of getting the nomination, you headed by a whopping 15 points. you would won the general election according to that poll. both of you are in a pretty unique position. herschel, we'll start with you because i've already pressured lara enough. she probably hates me right now as a fox news contributor and friend. herschel walker, are you considering a run for the u.s. senate in the state of georgia? >> i am honored that they keep saying if i've considered it.
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as i told everyone, i'm weighing my options but i can't promise you this and this is probably what the poster has seen, that if i run, i am running to win because right now it's going on in this country is absolutely terrible. i believe in god. i believe in country. i believe in family. i can tell you all americans are my family. it is sad the people are not standing up for the law. i believe in law in order. i hate to tell everyone out there this country was built on that. i'm tired of hearing about black america, white america, asian america, hispanic america. it's the united states of america that we have to get fact that we've got to get leaders in washington that believe in that. that's how were going to fix this. >> sean: do i hear georgia is on your mind? i don't know. it sounds a little bit like that to me. >> well, georgia is always on my mind. it's been on my mind. that's what people don't realize. just because i was living in texas, you don't have a lot of stuff in georgia and that's why
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i say i'm honored that they're considering me running for the senate. i do have to do all my due diligence and see what the world is going on and then i'm going to weigh my options and figure this out. >> sean: if you run, you're into win. lara, i guess there's probably -- >> there is no doubt. >> sean: lara i assume in your f pressure but it is amazing that you really -- the american people and the people of north carolina, that's your home state. that's where you're born and raised. know you so well, they are showing incredible confidence in you. that's got to give you reason to pause somewhat, no? >> absolutely. look, i'm so honored, so humbled when i see these polls. it's amazing to see you and i appreciate it so much. i'm going to echo what herschel said. we need strong leaders, we need people in '22 ed '24 that have the best interest of the
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american people at heart because you're exactly right, herschel, we have seen happen in america, it's so tragic, so disturbing, we've got to get this country back on track so i love seeing this polling. i'm so honored. obviously as you said, my home state, i love it. as a decision that i am also weighing. again, nothing to break here on "hannity" tonight but may be herschel and i will come back together and give you our final decision. we'll see. >> sean: okay. like the final episode of "the apprentice." we will do a two-hour special. both of you touched on something. this agenda of the democrats, spending, borders, packing the courts, ending the legislative filibuster, everything that they are proposing, i've never seen anything like it and i've never been more concerned, herschel and lara, and lara, i've never been more concerned about the direction of the country like i am now. >> well, it starts at the top.
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it starts unfortunately with the president right now, joe biden. there is a total lack of leadership. it's been very sad to see obviously what is happening on our southern border, the fact that that has not been addressed in any way, shape, or form by our vice president, kamala harris, tasked with that three plus weeks ago now. she hasn't visited. she hasn't held a press conference about it. you see so many people that i think feel very disturbed and we are only in april. joe biden took office january 20th. if you're upset about the way things are going now, just hold on. we haven't even talked about what's happening around the world as it relates to america. remember when donald trump was in office it was america first. we are protected. we were safe. we took care of our country. it seems very different now. look, i think the american people come 2022 are going to be ready for a significant change and i think by '24, they're
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going to be totally done with the harris-biden, biden-harris, however they are calling it in the white house. >> sean: herschel, we'll give you the last word tonight. you see internationally aggression by china, aggression by russia, aggression by the iranians. we have no idea what north korea is up to. look at the economy. look at the high taxes that are coming. look at all the regulation. look at all the jobs being lost in the energy sector for example. >> well, i think people should be very concerned about all of it. the reason why, where the greatest country in the world. right now we're going to give china an opportunity to take us over and i think one thing that we ought to do is we ought to fight for it. we are americans. if people don't like it and i hate to say this, get out right now. we've got to fight for america and we've got to get leaders in washington that want to fight for america because right now we're giving it away. i don't want to do that. i am not giving it away.
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i'm going to fight for and i'm going to do whatever can for. i want to thank everyone in america and i want to thank everyone in georgia. i will let you know, lara sent, if he will come back and give some news and let them know it's going to be going on. >> sean: america needs strong leaders that make promises and fight to keep them. it's not that complicated. thank you both. lara trump, thank you. herschel walker, thank you. coming up, you won't believe one whistle-blower teacher caught, his principal thing on tape at the left continues to promote critical race theory. we are going to show you when we return as we are joined by the attorney for the whistle-blower and leo 2.0 terrel. straight ahead. ventures and their suv is always there with them. so when their windshield got a chip, they wanted it fixed fast. they drove to safelite autoglass
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>> sean: we are continuing tonight to cover the extreme far left racist quote woke ideology that is infecting some of new ye schools, for example, whistle-blower teacher at manhattan's grace church school is now speaking out and exposing the schools far left indoctrination. get this, the principal is on tape admitting the school's program was "demonizing white people." much for being born. take a listen. >> do you agree we are demonizing kids? >> we are demonizing kids. we are demonizing white people for being born. >> are some of our students white people? >> yes. >> so we are demonizing white kids. why don't you just say a question mark >> we are using language that makes them feel less than. for nothing that they are
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personally responsible for. >> sean: here with reaction, civil rights attorney, fox news contributor leo 2.0 terrel along with attorney for the teacher, paul rossi. samantha harris. samantha, let's talk about the legal aspects of this. >> yeah, well, you know, institutions have the obligations not to create a hostile environment on the basis of race, not to engage in racial segregation. what we see grace church and so many other institutions is exactly that. affinity group meetings, segregated by race. language used that is the head of school admitted demonizes people on the basis of the race. so for peoples subjected to that, he can give rise to legal claims. >> sean: isn't that an admission, leo terrel, we are demonizing white people for being born? i thought this termination based on race was outlawed in this
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country. >> it is outlawed. let me tell you, let make sure your viewers are listening to this. we are turning the clock back 50 years ago. the principal acknowledged treating people differently because of skin color. that's illegal. it violates civil rights law. i'm sure it violates new york state law. where's the aclu? where are the civil rights organizations that say were not going to evaluate or treat people differently because of skin color? isn't that what dr. king fought for? this is outrageous. i can't even believe this is happening. you're effecting kids. you're telling kids to hate someone, to treat someone differently at an early age. you're planting a negative, discriminatory seed in young kids, the kids of our future. the leaders of our future. you're planting a discriminatory seed. it's outrageous. i need to go to new york. this is crazy.
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>> sean: samantha, will he have 30 seconds but it seems to me you have merit with the lawsuit, the laws are clear on racial discrimination of any kind, right? >> the laws are clear on racial discrimination and i think what really is so telling about this is you have this head of school, we have proof that this ideology is being driven by fear. we now know that people at the head of these institutions imposing this on children have these doubts they don't feel they can express them outside of private conversation with people they know agree. that's what's important to know. they know it's wrong and because of fear they are letting it happen anyway. >> filed a lawsuit right now. >> sean: she is. when we come back, our villain of the day, national guard shooter in minneapolis, straight ahead.
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♪ ♪ >> sean: before we go, we are learning that the suspect, andrew thomas, this weekend's drive-by shooting against the
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national guard in minneapolis, which injured two guardsmen, is only going to be charged with a single count of illegal possession of a firearm. that's it? wow. sad times we live in. troubled times. we will never be the media mob, always independent. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham. i haven't thrown to you. we have been going right to alerts. >> laura: i know. that was a powerful show tonight, sean. >> sean: thanks, laura. >> laura: it's a time for our country to take a breath and separate fact from fiction and he really did a great job of that we are going to pick it up right where you left off. all right, thanks, sean. i am laura ingraham. this is p90 from washington tonight. we are getting wrightwood. convicting america, that's the focus of tonight's angle. now they really want you to think that they care about black people in america, about their well-being and their safety, about protecting them from abuse and discrimination


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